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At Tele-Town Hall®, we are passionate about what we do, the people we affect, and the important issues of the day. We enjoy sharing our thoughts on our experiences in order to provide insights into how our system works along with the different industries we interact with each day. Please, read our thoughts and enjoy the conversation!

STIR/SHAKEN: What You Need to Know

Beginning June 30, 2021, the FCC started requiring all voice service providers to implement STIR/SHAKEN protocols to combat fraudulently spoofed auto calls. This article was written to better explain STIR/SHAKEN, as well as the changes Tele-Town Hall is implementing to ensure your calls remain FCC compliant. Enacted last year, the Federal Communications Commission now requires

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Tele-Town Hall is Partnering with Rexer Analytics

Tele-Town Hall® is excited to announce a new partnership with Rexer Analytics to provide comprehensive surveys and predictive modeling. With Rexer Analytics\’ surveys and Tele-Town Hall®\’s outreach tools, customers can gather data and insight to better understand their audience. Our first partnered study, which focused on grocery store shoppers during the Covid-19 crisis, reflects a

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Tele-Town Hall: Key to Victory in an “Unwinnable Election”

The 2019 Australian Federal Election is the latest example of Tele-Town Hall’s ability to shape the outcome of an election. Prior to Election Day, every major pollster predicted that the Australian Labor Party (ALP) would prevail handedly. However, on election night, the Liberal Party of Australia (LPA), led by Prime Minister Scott Morrison, stunned the world

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Pew Report: “Millennials becoming America’s largest generation in the electorate” – but why aren’t young adults turning out to vote?

  Pew Research Center recently published a report projecting that Millennials (adults ages 22 to 37) will soon pass Baby Boomers (ages 54 to 72) as the largest generation of eligible voters in the US. While this demographic shift underscores the potential electoral clout of today’s young adults, Millennials remain far from the largest generational bloc of

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The Mobile Revolution – Why You Need to Text to Grow Your Business

By:  Patti Morris The number of smartphone owners keeps growing – a Pew Research Center study showed that 35 percent of Americans had them in 2011, but nearly doubled to 64 percent in 2014. In 2016, Statista predicts 196 million smartphone users in the U.S., and Ericsson estimates that by 2020, 90 percent of the world over age 6, roughly 6.1

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Open up dialogue, not a monologue

\”Open up dialogue, not a monologue.\” June 18, 2014 Every election cycle, we see a new crop of candidates delivering the same old rhetoric— promising change, vilifying their opponents, calling for a “shakeup” in Washington. The word ‘change’ gets thrown around frequently; so much so, that it has practically become synonymous with the status quo.

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Take on New Challenges

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