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November 02, 2017

Join me this Veterans Day to Thank Our Heroes

Posted by Stephanie Tyler

Veterans Day is a day of reflection. Reflecting on our country’s past. Reflecting on where we are today. And, most importantly, reflecting on those who fought for our freedoms.

AT&T has a long history of supporting our military. We’ve committed to hiring 20,000 veterans by the year 2020. In Nevada, we have an employee resource group, AT&T Veterans – Nevada Chapter, comprised of employees and retirees dedicated to serving our veteran and military community right here at home. 

We also continue to support our First Responders by using our talents to construct a public safety broadband network called FirstNet designed to connect emergency personnel in new ways.

In Reno, we are supporting the Nevada Veterans Memorial project at their annual November dinner. The vision for the Nevada Veterans Memorial plaza is to establish a permanent location that honors the legacy of our fallen military statewide since Nevada’s statehood. In Las Vegas, we were proud to support the Nellis/Creech Military and Veterans Appreciation Day to honor the sacrifices and dedication of the men and women who serve our nation and community.

On Veterans Day and every day, we are thankful for our service members. 

Join us this Veterans Day in thanking our heroes for their bravery and sacrifices.
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To join us in thanking a veteran or military family, share a photo, video or a simple note of gratitude on social media using #ThankOurHeroes.

We are proud to join our voices together with a message to veterans: thank you for your service!

Sincerely,

Stephanie Tyler
President — AT&T Nevada

Sandra Douglass Morgan
Director
External Affairs, Las Vegas

Randy Brown
Director
External & Regulatory Affairs

Kris Wells
Area Manager
External Affairs, Reno

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October 06, 2017

Compassion and heroism comes in all forms; please text to help

Posted by Stephanie Tyler

In the days that have passed since the horrific events in Las Vegas on Sunday, these things are clear: our nation is resilient. Compassion and heroism comes in all forms. And Nevadans are strong. We truly are one Nevada.

First, we want to acknowledge and give our sincere appreciation and thanks to all our first responders for their sheer bravery when we need it most. The swift actions of these courageous men and women unquestionably saved a countless number of lives. Their heroism will never be forgotten. It will be forever ingrained in all our minds.
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In the days following, AT&T mobilized a text-to-give campaign in conjunction with the University Medical Center Foundation (UMCF) to secure donations for Nevada’s only Level 1 Trauma Center to support their treatment of patients in need. 

If you are able, please text-to-donate by texting “VEGAS” to 50555* to send $10 to UMCF.

Words cannot convey how we are all feeling, but it is important to be kind. I appreciate your continued compassion and thoughts for all those impacted. Know that together we are strong. We are Nevadans.

With deepest regards,

Stephanie Tyler
President — AT&T Nevada Sandra Douglass Morgan

Randy Brown
Director — External & Regulatory Affairs

Sandra Douglass Morgan
Director — External Affairs, Las Vegas

Kris Wells
Area Manager — External Affairs, Reno

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April 03, 2017

AT&T to Deliver Nation's First-Ever Public Safety Network

Posted by AT&T Nevada Team


There’s no connection more important than one that can save a life. During emergencies, lives depend on public safety personnel communicating without interruption. Unfortunately today, police, firefighters and emergency medical services personnel often lack the interoperable communications capabilities needed to coordinate and communicate across agencies and jurisdictions when disaster strikes.

That’s why FirstNet, an independent authority established by Congress in 2012, has just selected AT&T to build and manage America’s first-ever nationwide broadband network dedicated to first responders. This is a major step forward for public safety and for the broadband network our nation’s first responders have fought for and deserve.

The FirstNet network will strengthen and modernize public safety’s communications capabilities, enabling them to coordinate and respond more quickly and effectively during day-to-day operations, as well as man-made and natural disasters. The ability to share data, videos and photos — and to access apps — can provide life-saving insights even before emergency personnel arrive on the scene.

FirstNet

Our employees represent a nearly 140-year-old heritage of providing innovative, robust, resilient networking capabilities for first responders and public safety agencies. We look forward to collaborating with FirstNet and each of the 50 states, 5 U.S. territories and the District of Columbia to develop adoption plans specific to their needs.

For more information on the selection of AT&T, please visit att.com/FirstResponderNews.

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November 09, 2016

This Veterans Day, AT&T is inviting you to thank a veteran at home or a veteran you've never met

Posted by AT&T Nevada Team

We are proud to join our voices to yours with the simple message to our veterans: thank you for your service!Twitter

Please click here to share your story, or scroll below to view others messages of thanks.

 

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November 01, 2016

Your Vote = Your Voice

Posted by Stephanie Tyler

Dear Friends,

Regardless of which candidate or issue you support, the right to vote is too important for you to stay on the sidelines. Now, it is easier than ever to get the information you need to vote — including where to vote and what is on the ballot.

Sincerely,

Stephanie Tyler
President — AT&T Nevada


Election day is Tuesday, Nov. 8, and in Delaware, you can also vote early through Nov. 4.

After voting, the most important thing you can do is encourage others to do the same. Please use these buttons to share this message with your friends and family.
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We encourage you to use the Voting Information Project tool below to get more information about voting in your area.

 


 
 
November 01, 2016

Providing real-world opportunities to under-served students

Posted by Stephanie Tyler

We are contributing an additional $2 million to Genesys Works, a unique program that connects high school students from low income families with critical college and career skills. Our total contribution of $6 million, part of AT&T Aspire, will help jump-start Genesys Works’ program expansion to 15 new cities, serving 11,000 more students.

To date, 100% of participating students have graduated from high school and have been accepted to college. Eighty-four percent of those students are the first in their families to attend college. Genesys Works recently surveyed program graduates with full time jobs, who graduated 5 or more years ago, and found their median annual income is $50,000. That’s about $10,000 more than the median income for the U.S. population of 25- to 34-year-olds.*

Working for a Better Future

Genesys Works includes an intense summer training program that embraces professional and technical skills and career coaching. After the training program, students begin a year-long paid internship in information technology, finance and business operations. This fall, AT&T will welcome interns from Genesys Works in Chicago, Houston and Virginia.

“After going through the Genesys Works program, these highly-trained students see more doors open for them, and they learn about opportunities they never dreamed of before,” said Nicole Anderson, assistant vice president, social innovation, and president, AT&T Foundation. “This real-world experience through meaningful internships changes a young person’s life trajectory. It equips them with the skills to thrive in the workforce of tomorrow.”

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**National Center for Education Statistics, 2016

November 01, 2016

Welcome Sandra Douglass Morgan to the External Affairs Team for Southern Nevada

Posted by Stephanie Tyler

Sandra Douglass Morgan recently joined AT&T Nevada as Director of External Affairs for Las Vegas and all of southern Nevada. Sandra is an excellent addition to the team, bringing a wealth of policy experience to her new role with AT&T. A native of Las Vegas, Morgan most recently served as the City Attorney and part of the executive management team for the City of North Las Vegas. Prior to her service with the city, she served as a litigation attorney for one of the world’s largest gaming corporations. Sandra Morgan

Sandra is responsible for managing AT&T community affairs activities, working closely with community leaders, local government officials, legislators and other policymakers to help meet our objective of connecting people with technology everywhere they live and work.

“Having a fulltime presence in southern Nevada is critical to our long-term goals to connect to all of our key constituencies throughout the state. We couldn’t have anyone better on our team than Sandra Douglass Morgan,” said Stephanie Tyler, president, AT&T Nevada. “Sandra’s depth and breadth of expertise in the community, as well as connections at all levels, will provide a solid foundation on which to build our external affairs outreach.”

Morgan has consistently served the southern Nevada community through active membership and leadership positions in both professional and service organizations. Morgan received the “Women in Business and Politics” award from the Urban Chamber of Commerce in 2015, along with the “Ladies of Distinction Award” in 2013 from Olive Crest, a nonprofit organization dedicated to assisting abused and neglected children. She received Nevada Business Magazine’s “Legal Elite Top 10 Government Attorneys” in 2013, 2014, 2015 and 2016 and was also honored as the National Bar Association’s “Nation’s Best Advocates 40 under 40” and “Attorney of the Year” by the Las Vegas Chapter of the National Bar Association in 2012.

She earned her Bachelor of Arts in political science from the University of Nevada, Reno and was awarded a Juris Doctor from the William S. Boyd School of Law at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas.

Morgan is married to Don Morgan, Jr. and her proudest accomplishments are their children, Dylan and Dana.

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November 01, 2016

AT&T contributes $1 million to the National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington, D.C.

Posted by Stephanie Tyler

AT&T is giving $1 million to the National Museum for African American History and Culture in Washington, D.C. The contribution qualifies AT&T as a Founding Donor. The museum opens to the public on Sept. 24, on the National Mall. It will tell the full story of African Americans through 11 galleries. Visitors will learn about the rich history, community and culture.

“It’s important to understand the challenges and contributions of a culture because it helps us to understand who we are as a country,” said David Huntley, senior executive vice president and chief compliance officer. “Supporting the preservation and recognition of this history and rich culture is also important to AT&T.”

AT&T history is also African American history.

Alexander Graham Bell hired African American inventor Lewis Latimer in the 1800s. He developed the drawings necessary for the first telephone’s patent. AT&T has set out to become the world’s premiere integrated communications company.

And diversity continues to be a vital part of our success: 

National Museum for African American History and Culture

  • We share a commitment to student success in school and beyond. AT&T Aspire, our signature philanthropic initiative that focuses on education, as well as our involvement with Historically Black Colleges and Universities across the country help to see this commitment through. 
     
  • We contributed or directed more than $177 million to organizations and projects that strengthen the African American community through corporate, employee, social investment and AT&T Foundation giving programs over the past 5 years. 
     
  • Our diverse programming lineup competes well with that of major pay TV providers in the U.S. It includes more than a dozen African American owned-and-targeted networks.
     
  • AT&T spends billions with African American suppliers and ranked No. 1 in DiversityInc’s 2015 “Top Companies for Supplier Diversity.”
  • African Americans make up nearly 20% of the AT&T workforce, 13% of management and 15% of the board of directors.

“The opening of this incredible museum marks a key moment in time for our country,” said Huntley. “It’s something we can all be proud of.”

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November 01, 2016

Form a team; get more people to WAIT

Posted by Stephanie Tyler

 

Let’s Reach 16 in ’16 pledges. Top state wins a prize

Together, we can meet our goal!

Since we first launched the IT CAN WAIT campaign, we’ve achieved more than 10 million pledges to “keep your eyes on the road, not on your phone.” It’s because of grassroots efforts by more than 2,500 organizations, like yours, that so many people have pledged — and meant it.

While getting to 10 million pledges is a great accomplishment, we’re not stopping there. That is why, by the end of 2016, we want to reach more people with this message and reach 16 million pledges.

To help achieve this, we’ve created a little friendly competition. If you’re interested, visit www.ITCANWAIT.com this month and follow the prompts to create your own “team,” which can be made up of friends, family, colleagues — whoever you’d like — and encourage them to take the pledge with you. You choose a team name that is meaningful to you. During the month of October, anyone who texts “WAIT (space)
[YOUR TEAM NAME]” to 50555 will count as one pledge for your team. That’s WAIT [YOUR TEAM NAME]. Come the end of October, the team who has generated the most pledges will receive their own virtual reality distracted driving simulator tour experience, or will get the opportunity to donate $5,000 from AT&T to a nonprofit organization with a safe driving program in action or in process.

While we are proud millions have committed not to text and drive, we know that getting to 16 million by the end of 2016 requires all of us to spread this important message: It Can Wait.

PS: See if our Simulator Tour is making a stop near you! http://tour.itcanwait.com/

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September 12, 2016

Luck Has Nothing To Do With It

Posted by Stephanie Tyler

Dear Friends,

With children back in school and fall fast approaching, we’ve got lots of great news for the season. Since 2009, the AT&T IT CAN WAIT® campaign has shared a simple, but powerful, message — that no text, post, email or video is worth a life. Since we first launched this campaign, we’ve achieved more than 10 million pledges to not drive distracted, but our goal is to get more drivers to make this important promise.

We’ve also made great updates on Digital You’s library of education resources for your family; we’ve continued our streak of winning a prestigious award 7 consecutive times; and we’re sharing a very interesting study on the power digital devices have to inspire and motivate.

I hope you have a moment to check out these stories and all of our recent news on the AT&T Iowa news page.

Sincerely,

Stephanie Tyler
President — AT&T Nevada


AT&T Ranks Highest in J.D. Power Wireless Purchase Experience for Seventh Time In A Row

AT&T recently earned the top overall ranking in the J.D. Power 2016 Full-Service Wireless Purchase Experience Study — the 7th time in a row we’ve won this award!

AT&T Ranks Highest in J.D. Power Wireless Purchase Experience for Seventh Time In A Row

“There’s nothing lucky about this number seven,” said Glenn Lurie, president and CEO, AT&T Mobility and Consumer Operations. “J.D. Power conducts exhaustive research, so you can’t be awarded unless your employees are doing their best, day-in and day-out across the country. That’s exactly what our employees are doing on every customer touch. This is their award — from our online team to our front-line employees in our call centers and retail stores to those behind the scenes in marketing and operations.”

Click HERE to read more.

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September 11, 2016

10 Million Pledges and Beyond

Posted by Stephanie Tyler

It can happen any time you are driving — sitting at a traffic light, idling for more than a minute — and temptation hits.

One little swipe, just this one time, can’t hurt.

Despite that temptation, it is important to remember that every car on the road carries someone else’s children, grandparents or loved ones. And the actions we take behind the wheel can have deadly repercussions.

Since 2009, the AT&T IT CAN WAIT® campaign has shared a simple, but powerful, message — that no text, post, email or video is worth a life. To spread that message, we have encouraged people around the country to take a pledge to keep their eyes on the road, not on their phone. Since we first launched this campaign, we’ve achieved more than 10 million pledges to not drive distracted.

By the end of 2016, we strive to reach 16 million pledges — that’s 16 in ‘16.

AT&T is working with our employees and grassroots organizations on pledge competitions throughout October. We’ll need that commitment to make smartphone-use-while-driving an issue of the past.

We encourage you to take the pledge to keep your eyes on the road, not on your phone, and to encourage your friends, family members and others to do the same.

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September 10, 2016

New School Year Requires a Better Library

Posted by Stephanie Tyler

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Whether it’s kindergarten or college, the beginning of a school year brings lots of questions about how to improve performance. That’s why we’ve built an educational library on our AT&T Digital You website to provide some truly innovative resources for your family.

Here are a few highlights:

Blue Bullet Curriki: The Curriki library hosts thousands of educator-vetted, openly licensed, online educational materials that teachers, educators or other professionals have created and have made freely available to others for use, reuse, adaptation and sharing.

Blue Bullet Code.org: Explore fun interactive tutorials to start coding. It’s for all ages!

Blue Bullet Khan Academy SAT Prep: Download a real, full-length SAT practice test, work through real SAT problems and get even more practice using their interactive questions.

Blue Bullet Udacity: To prepare more people with the skills needed for high-demand tech jobs, requiring technological expertise, AT&T has teamed up with education technology leader Udacity to launch Nanodegree programs — new online sessions that teach industry-relevant skills.

Blue Bullet Common Sense Media’s Best Apps: Recommendations for Families: Looking for educational, age-appropriate apps? Check out Common Sense Media’s best apps for families.

These resources are just the tip of the iceberg, so check out our website for more. They can help any student, no matter the age (even mom and dad), begin to find answers for this brand new school year.

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September 09, 2016

For Inspiration and Motivation, we are Turning to our Mobile Devices

Posted by Stephanie Tyler

Americans believe their mobile devices can make the world a better place, according to new research from AT&T. The study shows that, rather than just using their devices for work email, launching chickens and zapping zombies, Americans find inspiration on their smartphones and tablets.

Description of 216 Inspired Mobility Report

“It’s much more personal and enriching than that,” said Leonardo Torress, executive director, entertainment group, AT&T Diverse Markets. “They’re telling us mobility improves their lives — and the lives of others — virtually anytime and anywhere. That’s a new way to look at the power of this technology.

“So, think twice before you tell someone to put down their mobile device to tune into something more constructive,” said Torress. “They could be making the world better.”

AT&T unveiled its findings at the joint conventions of the National Association of Black Journalists and the National Association of Hispanic Journalists in Washington, D.C., on Aug. 5, 2016. Rev Run, hip hop icon, joined AT&T at the event to share his experience with digital inspiration. He reaches 4.5 million people with inspiration every day with 1 tweet from his device.

“I believe inspiration can change the world,” Rev Run said. “It gives people a much-needed lift. In our current times, this couldn’t be more important.”

Don’t keep it to yourself, you can inspire others! Take a moment and share how you find inspiration on social media, by using the hashtag #InspiredMobility when you share a thought, photo or other positive content! 

To learn more about the 2016 Inspired Mobility report, visit att.com/inspiredmobility.  

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August 16, 2016

Here's to our Olympians

Posted by Stephanie Tyler

Dear Friends,

Now that the Olympic Games are underway, we couldn’t be more proud to support our 3 Nevada athletes as they go for the gold in Rio. Join us in cheering them on!

We are also recognizing our own team members who go for the gold each day with our 2nd quarter Service Excellence Award winners.

In addition, check out the stories below to learn more about AT&T’s 32 years as a sponsor of the U.S. Olympic and Paralympic teams, the new Robocalling Strike Force and updates on our sustainability and PEACE THROUGH BUSINESS® efforts.

Stephanie Tyler
President — AT&T Nevada

August 15, 2016

Go Deeper into the World of Team USA

Posted by AT&T Nevada Team

AT&T U.S. Olympic sponsor for 32 years

AT&T U.S. Olympic sponsored athletes

Are you watching the Rio Olympics? AT&T is making it easier than ever to closely follow your favorite athletes and to catch all the action from August 5 – 21 and September 7 – 18.

You can cheer for your favorite AT&T Athletes competing in Rio through the #ATTFanmate campaign. AT&T sponsors Alex Morgan (soccer), Gabby Douglas (gymnastics) and Paralympian Alana Nichols (paracanoe). You can upload a photo at www.attfanmate.com and show your support for Team USA athletes in their quest for gold. In return, you could receive a special video message from one of the athletes.

Not only is AT&T celebrating 32 years as a sponsor of the U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Teams, but AT&T DIRECTV and U-verse video subscribers will also have multi-platform access to NBCUniversal’s incredible 6,755 hours of Olympic programming. Customers can check out multiple viewing feeds across 8 of NBC’s networks, event results, video clips and live medal counts. NBC’s 4K coverage of Olympic events, including footage from the Opening and Closing Ceremonies, will be available for its DIRECTV customers (on a delay). DIRECTV is the first pay-TV provider in the US to offer a dedicated 4K Ultra HD channel.

Click here to learn more.

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August 14, 2016

Service Excellence Award Winners

Posted by AT&T Nevada Team

We’re proud of our Nevada team and of our recently recognized 2nd quarter Service Excellence Award winners. Their dedication and spirit are what we strive to achieve. Winners include Allan Lette, Buddy Taylor and Debbie Wells.

Allan has been with AT&T for 16 years and works as a splicing technician, currently serving as the lead technician for the United States District Court in Reno for the last 10 years. Allan’s positive attitude, professional work ethic and knowledge of the business flows through every customer he serves.

In his role as a systems technician, Buddy shows ownership beyond his title, delivering outstanding customer service and making for a seamless customer and AT&T experience. A 19-year AT&T employee, he takes pride in his work and displays our values of ownership, do it right, make it seamless and make our commitments.

As a service representative, Debbie is often the first person a customer speaks to when they call AT&T. Based on customer feedback, Debbie goes above and beyond to provide exemplary customer service during all phases of customer interaction. As a 16-year employee of AT&T, Debbie’s wealth of knowledge is complemented by her desire to ensure customers’ needs are handled right the first time.

We are grateful for all our service nominees and for everyone who approaches each day with an “I can help you with that” attitude.

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August 13, 2016

AT&T Sustainability Update

Posted by AT&T Nevada Team

We're excited to announce the release of our AT&T Annual Sustainability Update.

From smartphones and innovative smart ed tech products to smart homes, cities and classrooms, connectivity is changing the ways we help to address social and environmental challenges.

Thanks to the work of our employees – more than 250,000 strong – we’re already seeing the impacts on our world, which are depicted in this report. Together with you, we’re excited to see how the power of our network can continue to build a better tomorrow.
 
Check out highlights from this year’s update:

AT&T Sustainability Update

 
PeoplePlanetPossibilities
10,000 veterans hired$119.1 million in energy savings$317 million invested in Aspire
By end of 2015, AT&T hired more than 10,000 veterans, achieving our 2013 commitment. In 2016, we pledged to hire an additional 10,000 veterans by 2020.$119.1 million realized in annualized energy savings from 15,050 energy projects.$317 million invested through AT&T Aspire since 2008 toward a $350 million commitment to education.
Employee diversity stats5.9 millions gallons gas avoided$156.6 million total giving
AT&T’s workforce is 33% women and 42% people of color. 5.9 million gallons of unleaded gasoline avoided in 2015 through use of 11,257 Alternative Fuel Vehicles (AFVs).$156.6 million contributed through corporate, employee, social investment and AT&T Foundation programs in 2015.
7.5 million Pledges7.3 million cellphones recycled1 million hours of mentoring
More than 7.5 million pledges to keep eyes on the road and not on the phone through the It Can Wait campaign as of December 2015.Approximately 7.3 million cell phones reused or recycled through AT&T.More than 1 million hours of student mentoring provided by AT&T employees through Aspire Mentoring Academy.
$13.7 billion spent with diverse enterprises74% sustainability score5.4 million volunteer hours

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August 12, 2016

Celebrating 10 Years of Empowering Women through PEACE THROUGH BUSINESS

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Peace Through Business members

AT&T and the Women of AT&T are proud to support the 10th anniversary of the Institute for Economic Empowerment of Women (IEEW) PEACE THROUGH BUSINESS® program, which provides business training and mentoring to educate and empower women entrepreneurs from Afghanistan and Rwanda. Over the last 10 years, more than 500 women have graduated from this program with more than 80% still in business today.

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August 11, 2016

From Olympic Athlete to Champion of Business

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George GleasonYou may know George Gleason as an AT&T employee. He has been with the company for the last 8 years. Or, you may know George as a native of the U.S. Virgin Islands — or a Yale graduate. But many know George as a Olympic athlete, representing the United States Virgin Islands in a variety of swimming events at the 2000 and 2004 Summer Olympics.

As part of AT&T’s focus on the Olympics, George has written a blog post detailing his experiences. Read more here.

AT&T is celebrating 32 years as a sponsor of the U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Teams. The company also sponsors other entities involved with the 2016 Rio games, including individual athletes, USA Diving, USA Swimming, USA Gymnastics and U.S. Soccer, and supports NBC Sports with network integrations for the broadcast.

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August 10, 2016

AT&T Chairman to Lead Industry-wide Fight Against Robocalling

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Man on phoneRobocalls are currently the largest source of consumer complaints at the FCC and the FTC, the agencies charged with enforcing the “Do Not Call” list. Robocallers who intentionally ignore the Do Not Call list disrupt dinner, interrupt family time and provide a persistent source of annoyance to consumers everywhere. These robocallers use technology to evade existing tools designed to screen unwanted and illegal calls.

AT&T and others in the industry have been working to address this issue. Our CEO, Randall Stephenson, has agreed to lead an industry-wide Robocalling Strike Force, focused on accelerating the development and deployment of new tools for fighting this troubling problem. Click HERE to read more about the solutions we support.

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