Time Warner Cable Names New Leader for New England

Paul Schonewolf, of Cape Elizabeth, will oversee operations in three states

Time Warner Cable announced today that Paul Schonewolf, a 24-year veteran of the cable TV industry, has been promoted to area vice president with responsibility for all of Time Warner Cable's business operations in New England.

"It is with great pleasure that we promote Paul to be our New England leader," said Mike Munley, president of residential services for Time Warner Cable's East Region. "Paul has more than two decades in the cable industry and has established himself as an exceptional leader with a successful track record of innovation and integrating new technologies into our customers' lives."

Schonewolf previously was vice president for technical operations in New England. He began his cable career in 1987 and joined Time Warner Cable in 1994 as general manager in Keene and Berlin, N.H. He was vice president for operations in Columbus, Ohio, before returning to New England in 2008 to lead technical operations.

He replaces Keith Burkley, who was promoted last fall to lead Time Warner Cable's home security monitoring product line.

As area vice president for New England, Schonewolf will be responsible for approximately 1,000 employees serving over 350,000 customers and more than 16,000 miles of cable plant in more than 300 communities in Maine, New Hampshire and Massachusetts.

"It's a real honor for me to lead Time Warner Cable New England," Schonewolf said. "We have been a New England cable provider for more than 30 years and our operation here has long been at the forefront of technological innovation in the industry. We were the fourth Time Warner Cable system to launch Road Runner High-Speed Internet back in 1997, the first Time Warner Cable system to launch Digital Phone in 2003, and the first Time Warner Cable system nationally to launch Business Classr services. The New England team has an outstanding history of being a catalyst for successful launches of new products and technology. This is a testament to the strength of our employees and demonstrative of the quality and care they provide here in New England."

Schonewolf, 46, is a native of Upstate New York and a graduate of Clark University in Worcester, Mass. He lives in Cape Elizabeth, Maine, with his wife, Paula, and their three children.