Mar 1, 2004

Comcast Cable Promotes Alan Dannenbaum to Senior Vice President of Programming

Comcast Cable, the country's leading cable and broadband communications provider, today announced that Alan Dannenbaum has been promoted to Senior Vice President of Programming.

In this role, Dannenbaum, who most recently served as Vice President of Programming, will continue to be responsible for negotiating and administering a wide range of distribution agreements for Comcast's cable systems, including cable, broadcast and video-on-demand programming.

"Alan has been a vital member of our management team," said Matt Bond, Executive Vice President of Programming. "His expertise will continue to be a tremendous asset as we work to enhance the value of Comcast's services and bring our customers more viewing options."

Dannenbaum joined Comcast in 1994 as Deputy General Counsel. He previously held positions with law firms in the New York and Philadelphia areas. Additionally, he has practiced public accounting and received a CPA.

Dannenbaum holds a B.S. in Economics and a J.D. from the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia and an M.B.A. from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.
He resides in Villanova, Pa., with his family.

About Comcast Cable
Headquartered in Philadelphia, Comcast Cable is a division of Comcast Corporation, a developer, manager and operator of broadband cable networks and provider of programming content. Operating in 17 of the United States' 20 largest metropolitan areas, Comcast is one of the leading communications, media and entertainment companies in the world. Providing basic cable, Digital Cable, high-speed Internet and telephone services, Comcast Cable is the company to look to first for the communications products and services that connect people to what's important in their lives. The company's 55,000 employees serve more than 21 million customers.

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