Comcast Interactive Media Names Scott Bailey As Senior Vice President

Comcast Interactive Media (CIM), which develops and operates Comcast’s Internet websites today announced that Scott Bailey has been named Senior Vice President and General Manager of Comcast.net, a top-ten website and the portal for Comcast’s 12.4 million high- speed internet subscribers.

Each month Comcast.net garners 3.1 billion page views and 15.6 million unique visitors, according to comScore, the global internet information provider. The site also delivers more than 90 million video streams a month. As General Manager of the portal, Mr. Bailey will be responsible for its overall management and growth. He will report to Amy Banse, President of Comcast Interactive Media.

“Scott’s strong track record of developing, launching and managing sites will truly be an asset as Comcast.net and CIM continue to grow. We are looking forward to the leadership and vision that Scott will bring to Comcast.net’s dynamic team, and are delighted to welcome him to CIM,” said Banse.

Bailey joins CIM from Turner Sports Interactive where he served as Vice President and General Manager of a portfolio of sites including NASCAR.com, PGATOUR.com and PGA.com. He has worked in the media business for sixteen years and in that time has built an impressive range of sites with strong revenue growths. He holds a BAC from Bowling Green State University.

Comcast Interactive Media (CIM), a division of Comcast Corporation (NASDAQ:CMCSA)(NASDAQ:CMCSK), develops and operates Internet businesses focused on entertainment, information and communication, including Comcast.net. CIM’s products include Fandango.com, a top movie and entertainment destination, selling movie tickets at over 15,000 screens; Fancast.com, a national online entertainment site; Ziddio.com, a national multi-platform user-generated site; GameInvasion.net, a national online site offering for hardcore gaming enthusiasts; and thePlatform, the industry-leading provider of digital media publishing solutions over broadband and wireless networks.

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