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AT T CEO Stephenson Drops Dime on Media Business Broadcasting Cable

Evaluate, summarize: After launching a new advertising business, AT T CEO Randall Stephenson criticized the TV business as being slow to change and TV advertising as not being as smart as digital advertising.

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