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The US Phone System

The US Phone System May 27, 2014 The US Phone System I highly recommend “Flash Boys” by Michael Lewis for anyone trying to learn more about the modern telecommunications industry. While the central theme of Mr. Lewis’ book is to take readers through the rapidly growing “Flash Trading” industry, the book also offers some great [...]

The Weekend Dispatch

The Weekend Dispatch May 23, 2014 The end of the week and Memorial Day Weekend almost upon us, we of course didn’t wanted anyone to go wanting when it came to reading material. Enjoy the links below and have a great weekend! A nice rundown via Sam Greengardof Baseline, on the new report from the Executive [...]

New Research Assistant: Mr. John Shepard

New Research Assistant: Mr. John Shepard May 12, 2014 We are pleased to announce one of two new Research Assistants here at Tele-Town Hall, LLC.: Mr. John Shepard. John is a native of Huntsville, Alabama. He graduated from Washington and Lee University where he studied English and Business. Prior to joining Tele-Town Hall, John interned [...]

Reddit AMA: Let’s Not.

May 12, 2014 This might have slipped under the radars’ of most people around the country, but being so close to Maryland, does have its perks. Gov. O’Malley’s attempted Reddit AMA (Ask Me Anything) forum, went as about as well as you’d expect for a politician answering questions on the so called “front page of the internet” [...]

New Research Assistant: Mr. David Clarke

New Research Assistant: Mr. David Clarke April 28, 2014 We are pleased to announce one of two new Research Assistants here at Tele-Town Hall,LLC.: Mr. David Clarke. Dave is a native to the Washington, DC metro area. He graduated from Sewanee: The University of the South with a B.A. in History. Dave comes to us [...]

Following Through

Following Through April 21, 2014 The amount of quality discourse during an average Tele-Town Hall event can be some of the most valuable outreach materials. This genuine back-and-forth from an audience of thousands within an hour, provides the most organic feedback an organization is likely to receive all year. So why limit your outreach to [...]

Town Hall Anger: Not Worth It

Town Hall Anger: Not Worth It April 14, 2014 One thing is for certain, when civil discourse fails, there is a reason people look to us for their communication needs. If there was any doubt as to why elected officials choose to utilize Tele-Town Hall technology to reach out their constituency, one only has to [...]

Speaking our Language

Speaking our Language April 7, 2014 The landscape of our national dialogue is rapidly changing, quite literally. According to a 2011 American Community Survey by the Pew Research Center^1, there is 37.6 million Spanish speakers in the US and this is growing swiftly. While most of these Spanish speakers have some proficiency in English, any [...]

Bargaining and Reporting: Union Communication in 2014

Bargaining and Reporting: Union Communication in 2014 April 1, 2014 It takes a simple check of your favored search engine to find across this country, the state of negotiations between labor unions and their membership’s management over wages, benefits, and working conditions, to name a few items. This process isn’t particularly new or thought provoking, [...]

The CFO in Ipanema

The CFO in Ipanema March 17, 2014 Greetings from Brazil! While our blog is titled “Dispatches,” this might be the first real dispatch from outside of DC. I have been down in the Amazon, exploring some of the towns and cities along this powerful river. One theme that keeps coming up is how removed these [...]

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