Liberty Media Corporation Announces the Retirement of David J.A. Flowers

ENGLEWOOD, Colo.--()--Liberty Media Corporation today announced that after 19 years, David J.A. Flowers will be retiring from Liberty. Mr. Flowers joined Liberty in 1995 as a Vice President and Portfolio Manager, was named Senior Vice President and Treasurer in 2000 and Senior Vice President - Managing Director of Alternative Investments in 2011. Mr. Flowers will continue to serve Liberty as a consulting employee through the end of the year.

“We thank Dave for his many contributions to Liberty over the past two decades,” said John Malone, Liberty Chairman. “We’re sorry to see him go, but wish him all the best on his retirement and continue to look forward to his involvement with our companies as a director of Interval and a consultant with Liberty Media.”

“I want to thank Dave for his valuable and dedicated service to Liberty. During his tenure, Dave was instrumental in many successful transactions, most notably SiriusXM. On behalf of the entire Liberty team, I’d like to wish him a long and enjoyable retirement,” said Greg Maffei, Liberty President and CEO.

About Liberty Media Corporation

Liberty Media Corporation owns interests in a broad range of media, communications and entertainment businesses, including its subsidiaries Sirius XM Holdings, Inc., Atlanta National League Baseball Club, Inc. and TruePosition, Inc., its interests in Charter Communications and Live Nation, and minority equity investments in Time Warner Inc., Time Warner Cable, and Viacom.

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Liberty Media
Courtnee Ulrich, 720-875-5420

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Liberty Media Corporation Announces the Retirement of David J.A. Flowers

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Liberty Media
Courtnee Ulrich, 720-875-5420