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Campaign Phone Strategy in 2014: Still Relevant

Campaign Phone Strategy in 2014: Still Relevant February 24, 2014 With the 2014 Election cycle already two months gone, I am always drawn to a particular industry magazine piece in 2012, featuring various consultants of the political consulting world, expounding upon the relevance of phones in future elections. Marty Stone, a partner at Stone’s Phones, shared [...]

More than a Sound Bite

More than a Sound Bite February 17, 2014 Throughout history, President’s words are immortalized because they resonate with the nation, consider the speeches of Abraham Lincoln’s Gettysburg address, John F. Kennedy’s Inaugural Address, and Franklin D. Roosevelt’s Day of Infamy address to congress, to name a few. As time passes and communication tools change, will [...]

Perspective on our Volume

Perspective on our Volume February 10, 2014 We are a week removed from the Super Bowl (AKA the Seahawks highlight reel with a halftime show) and thought it would be beneficial to compare Tele-Town Hall attendance and the big game. The constant TV coverage allowed most of the country to witness the enormity of the [...]


Participate February 4, 2014 When watching a press conference, you’ll notice the speaker is usually behind a podium flanked by colleagues and staff. And in front of that podium is a press corps, some are holding microphone booms and or hand held recorders. For most of us tuning into this scene it’s business as usual. [...]

When One on One is Impossible But 50 Isn’t Enough

When One on One is Impossible But 50 Isn’t Enough January 21, 2014 Mail is to Email as a Conference Call is to a Tele-Town Hall While some of us bemoan the current pace of our society, one can’t deny that communication between vast groups of interested parties has improved in the last twenty years. [...]

Communications Vortex

Communications Vortex January 13, 2014 The polar vortex, which encompassed most of the United States this past week served as a valuable lesson to us at Tele-Town Hall. We viewed this weather event as a reminder that no matter if you’re a private citizen, elected official or corporate entity, looking out for the warning signs [...]

Complacency: The Four Letter Word

Complacency: The Four Letter Word January 6, 2013 “Most human beings have an almost infinite capacity for taking things for granted.” -Aldous Huxley, Brave New World When you’ve been in the telecommunications game for as long as we have, complacency becomes the industry equivalent of the four letter word. As Tele-Town Hall looks to 2014, [...]

Legislative Connection

Legislative Connection March 7, 2006 If your phone rings this evening, pick up. It could be your Congressman. That is, if you live in the 26th District. The District is represented by Republican David Dreier, Chairman of the House Rules Committee, who has found a new way to stay in touch with folks back home [...]