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10-K405
RENAISSANCE MEDIA GROUP LLC filed this Form 10-K405 on 03/31/1999
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   Darlene Fedun has been an Executive Vice President since April 9, 1998, and
was a founder of the Company. Ms. Fedun is also a founding member of RMP.
Prior to her association with RMP, Ms. Fedun served for 15 years in various
marketing, sales and customer service functions at CVI, where she was a Vice
President of Operations. Ms. Fedun is an active member of several cable
industry groups including the Cable Television Administration and Marketing
Society and the Cable Television Human Resource Association.
 
   Mark Halpin has been an Executive Vice President, Chief Financial Officer
and Treasurer since April 9, 1998, and was a founder of the Company. Mr.
Halpin worked as a cable television industry consultant to RMP from January
1996 through November, 1997 and previously was Executive Vice President for
Administration at CVI since 1990. Mr. Halpin's professional career spans 18
years during which he worked in a wide variety of industries as a partner at
Arthur Andersen, including being a member of Arthur Andersen's cable
television industry committee. Mr. Halpin is a member of the AICPA and the
Connecticut State Society of CPA's.
 
   David Testa has been an Executive Vice President since April 9, 1998, and
was a founder of the Company and one of the founding members of RMP. Mr. Testa
served as a Vice President of CVI since 1987. Mr. Testa's career in the cable
industry spans 18 years with Warner Cable, Teleprompter, Group W Cable and
CVI. He has served on several national industry committees and was a Director
of the Cable Television Association of New York.
 
   Alan E. Goldberg has been a Representative since April 9, 1998, and is the
Head of the Morgan Stanley Dean Witter Private Equity Group. Mr. Goldberg has
been a Managing Director of Morgan Stanley & Co. Incorporated since January
1988. Mr. Goldberg is a Managing Director of Morgan Stanley Capital Partners
III, Inc., the general partner of the general partner of Morgan Stanley
Capital Partners III, L.P. He also serves as director of Catalytica, Inc.,
Amerin Corporation, Jefferson Smurfit Corporation, Direct Response
Corporation, Homeowners Direct Corporation, Equant, N.V. and several private
companies.
 
   Michael Janson has been a Representative since April 9, 1998, and is a
Managing Director of Morgan Stanley & Co. Incorporated and of Morgan Stanley
Capital Partners III, Inc. Mr. Janson was previously a Managing Director of
Morgan Stanley Global High Yield Capital Group prior to joining Morgan
Stanley's Private Equity Group. He is also a Director of Jefferson Smurfit
Corporation and American Color Graphics Inc.
 
   Leonard J. Baxt has been a Representative since July 1998, and is the Chief
Executive Officer and the head of the Corporate Department of Dow, Lohnes &
Albertson, PLLC. Mr. Baxt has been a member of such firm since 1980. Mr. Baxt
specializes in the acquisition and financing of media and telecommunications
companies. He is also a director of Falcon Holding Group, Inc.
 
   Amy Rosen Wildstein has been a Representative since April 9, 1998, and is
an Associate of Morgan Stanley & Co. Incorporated and of Morgan Stanley
Capital Partners III, Inc. Ms. Rosen Wildstein has been employed by Morgan
Stanley & Co. Incorporated since 1994. Ms. Wildstein was previously employed
by the Blackstone Group. She is also a director of The Compucare Company.
 
   David E. O'Hayre has been a Representative since April 9, 1998, and is the
Senior Vice President, Investments, for Time Warner Cable Ventures. Mr.
O'Hayre joined American Television and Communications Corporation ("ATC"), a
principal owner of Time Warner Cable, in 1973. Mr. O'Hayre held a number of
key positions at ATC, including Vice President, Cable Investments, and was
responsible for the acquisition, sale and trade of cable television systems of
ATC nationwide.
 
Committees of the Boards
 
   The Boards of Representatives of Holdings and Renaissance Media have Audit
Committees and Compensation Committees. The Audit Committees' primary
responsibilities are to review and recommend to the Board internal accounting
and financial controls and the accounting principles and auditing practices
and procedures to be employed in preparation and review of financial
statements and to make recommendations
 
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