Haislip's new role continues Monitronics' legacy

SSN Staff  - 
Thursday, April 6, 2006

DALLAS--Michael Haislip has big shoes to fill. He was promoted to president and chief executive officer at Monitronics after company founder Jim Hull retired in March. However, Haislip, who was serving as vice president and chief operating officer, is ready for this new role.
Haislip looks forward to helping continue the success of Monitronics, a full service alarm company that monitors more than 490,000 customers.
"It will continue to be our objective to have the best dealer program and be the best alarm company in the industry," he said in a written statement.
Haislip joined Monitronics in May 2005 with more than 27 years of executive management experience in the cable television industry. He served as senior vice president at Charter Communications, a national broadband communications company.

For a conversation with recently retired Jim Hull, see the April issue of Security Systems News.