AT&T is excited to launch a new documentary that tells incredible stories about people who are on the front lines of social change in the United States. The premiere of the AT&T original documentary RESOLUTION is focused on innovative thinking about disability and will showcase four compelling organizations that are making a meaningful difference in the lives of people with disabilities. 

RESOLUTION: Innovative Thinking about Disability premieres Sunday, Oct. 30 at 2 p.m. ET on AUDIENCE Network. It’s available exclusively on DIRECTV (Channel 239) and AT&T U-verse (Channel 1114). 

The film premieres Sunday, Oct. 30 on AUDIENCE Network (DIRECTV Channel 239 and U-verse Channel 1114) and follows the leaders of each of the organizations across the country – from Washington, DC to Plano, TX. Viewers will meet Pete Scott, a veteran Counterintelligence Agent, who served in the United States Army for 12 years and is now serving other veterans with disabilities through his nonprofit, Fields 4 Valor. They’ll  meet the organization that inspired and supported Pete in making that happen, Dog Tag, Inc. Viewers also will be introduced to Brittany Déjean. Her father’s experience with quadriplegia led her to create AbleThrive, an online platform that curates content to support people with disabilities. 

While RESOLUTION premiers in October, during National Disability Employment Awareness Month, AT&T supports these organizations throughout the year - whether through employee volunteering at Fields 4 Valor’s community garden or working with LaunchAbility to hire individuals at our corporate offices. AT&T is committed to elevating organizations who help people focus on their abilities.

RESOLUTION: Innovative Thinking about Disability premieres Sunday, Oct. 30 at 2 p.m. ET on AUDIENCE Network. It’s available exclusively on DIRECTV (Channel 239) and AT&T U-verse (Channel 1114). Beginning Nov. 1, customers will also be able to watch it On Demand.

About the Author

Jeff Lewis

SVP & Chief Accessibility Officer, AT&T

JeffLewis

Jeff Lewis leads the company's Corporate Accessibility Technology Office, which helps people with disabilities get the most out of technology so they can more easily stay connected. Jeff previously held a senior vice president-compliance title and previously worked in AT&T's Legal Department for 13 years in various roles supporting product marketing, regulatory compliance, and regulatory and external affairs. He and his wife Sarah live in Dallas and have four children.

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