Leo Hindery, Jr. is Managing Partner of InterMedia Partners, a series of media industry investment funds he founded in 1988 and ran until February 1997 when he was named President and CEO of TCI, then, along with its affiliate Liberty Media, the world's largest combined cable television system operator and programming entity. In March 1999 TCI merged into AT&T and he became President and CEO of AT&T Broadband. In November 1999 he was named Chairman and CEO of GlobalCenter Inc., a major Internet services company which fourteen months later merged into Exodus Communications, Inc. Following this merger, until October 2004, he was the founding Chairman and CEO of The YES Network, the regional television home of the New York Yankees, after which he reconstituted InterMedia Partners. A member of the Cable Industry Hall of Fame and formerly Chairman of the National Cable Television Association and of C-SPAN, Mr. Hindery has been recognized as one of the cable industry's 25 Most Influential Executives Over the Past 25 Years and one of the 30 Individuals with the Most Significant Impact on Cable's Early History. He is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations, a Trustee of Emerson College, and a Director of Common Cause New York, of Hemisphere Media Group, Inc, of Stream Television Networks, Inc., and of Fitness Anywhere, LLC. He has an MBA from the Stanford Graduate School of Business and a BA from Seattle University.