March 12, 1998
|WHAT:||Road Runner will officially celebrate its recent launch in Memphis, Tenn., at a gala event hosted by Time Warner Communications of the Mid-South. The Honorable Harold Furchtgott-Roth, FCC Commissioner will be among the featured speakers.|
|WHEN:||Thursday, March 12, 1998 at 5:30 p.m.|
|WHERE:||Fogelman Executive Center at the University of Memphis|
|WHO:||Distinguished guests include:
The Honorable Harold Furchtgott-Roth, FCC Commissioner
Tim Evard, president, Road Runner Group
Dick Day, corporate VP/GM Motorola, Multimedia Markets Division
Sam Nalbone, VP/GM Multimedia Systems Division, Toshiba America Information Systems
Dean Deyo, president, Time Warner Communications of the Mid-South
Mark Guberman, general manager, Road Runner of the Mid-South
Local Business and Community Leaders
|HOW:||Road Runner Memphis is being deployed over a Toshiba digital platform and uses the Motorola cable modem.|
|BACKGROUND:|| Time Warner Communications of the Mid-South passes 419,600 homes and has 222,000 cable subscribers. At this time 103,506 homes are "Road Runner Ready."
Nationwide Road Runner serves over 35,000 customers in 17 cities and counties.