Bernadine Han, Group Vice President, Spectrum Networks

 

 

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Bernadine Han
Group Vice President, Spectrum Networks

 

Bernadine Han is Group Vice President of Spectrum Networks, a series of 24/7 news and sports networks owned and operated by Charter Communications. Ms. Han joined Time Warner Cable in 1992 and remained with Charter when its transactions with Time Warner Cable and Bright House Networks were completed in 2016. Ms. Han oversees operations, budgets, content and journalistic character for Spectrum News stations in upstate New York, New England and Kentucky. She also leads the development of government affairs programs in New York, Florida and Ohio.

Ms. Han has served in several roles for the company, including Group Vice President of News and Local Programming for Time Warner Cable’s Local News Division in New York, Texas and California. She joined the staff at NY1 in 1992 as a writer before a series of promotions to Producer, Senior Producer, Assistant News Director, News Director and Vice President.

Women in Cable Telecommunications honored Ms. Han as a Woman to Watch in 2013, a distinction reserved for women who show promise in transforming the industry.

She holds a BA in English and political economics from Columbia University’s Barnard College.

 

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