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3 Rules I Needed to Know About the Internet as a Dad, According to my Children

By Brent Olson, Vice President of Public Policy, AT&T
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Being a father of two girls, ages 18 and 16, is one of the greatest joys of my life. Because of them, over the years, I have perfected bedtime stories, how to play imaginary characters, bad dad jokes and my ability to embarrass each of them in just seconds. Just like we always resist driving directions, I know many dads like myself claim that we don’t need help navigating the internet, but truth be told much of it is still mystery, especially when it comes to simply knowing this month’s favorite social media app, let alone how to actually use it.

National Geographic Recognizes Young Scientists, Engineers and Educators as 2016 Emerging Explorers

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The National Geographic Society has announced this year's class of Emerging Explorers, a group of scientists, conservationists and educators still early in their careers whose work is already pushing the boundaries of their chosen fields. The class consists of 13 young scientists, each of whom will receive a grant of $10,000 to support continued research and exploration.

4 Tech Companies are Making a Difference with Sustainability and Energy Efficiency Programs

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Across the nation, companies large and small are realizing both the environmental and operational benefits of sustainability and energy efficiency programs.

21CF and National Geographic Channel Celebrate International Women's Day by Encouraging Viewers to Stand #withMalala

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On February 18, 21st Century Fox and the National Geographic Channel launched a new social media campaign to drive support and awareness for girls' education. The initiative extends through March 10, giving viewers the chance to celebrate this year's International Women's Day by taking part in the campaign and contributing to the education of the more than 60 million young women who are out of school around the world.

National Geographic Channel and 21st Century Fox Announce Girls Education Initiative Tied to the Exclusive Broadcast Premiere of He Named Me Malala, Monday, Feb. 29

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WASHINGTON, D.C., Feb. 18, 2016 /3BL Media – More than 60 million girls are out of school around the world. It’s time to take action. Today, the National Geographic Channel (@NatGeoChannel) and 21st Century Fox (@21CF), in partnership with the Malala Fund (@MalalaFund), announced they would launch a social initiative to raise awareness for girls’ right to education and safe schools for every child.

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“Our mission is not only to educate the public about what we do and how we do it, but also to share an inside look at what it means to be a railroader. We have a lot of pride in our craft and we want to convey that in our communications.”

 -- Stacey Hugo, director public relations

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“Our mission is not only to educate the public about what we do and how we do it, but also to share an inside look at what it means to be a railroader. We have a lot of pride in our craft and we want to convey that in our communications.”

 -- Stacey Hugo, director public relations

FOX and Nat Geo Channel to Air Breakthrough Prize Ceremony, Celebrating Scientists and Mathematicians

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FOX and the National Geographic Channel will celebrate the work of today's leading scientists and mathematicians by broadcasting this year's Breakthrough Prize Ceremony, an awards show honoring the world's most prominent scientific researchers. Seth MacFarlane, executive producer of Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey and creator of Family Guy, will host the ceremony, which will air live on Nat Geo on Sunday, Nov. 8, with a one-hour version scheduled for FOX on Sunday, Nov.

FOX and Nat Geo Will Air Breakthrough Prize Ceremony, Celebrating Leaders in Science and Math, Hosted by Seth MacFarlane

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Continuing their joint work promoting science, technology, engineering, and math, 21st Century Fox's National Geographic Channel and FOX have agreed to broadcast this year's Breakthrough Prize Ceremony, an awards show honoring the world's most prominent scientists and mathematicians. Seth MacFarlane, creator of Family Guy and executive producer of Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey, will host the ceremony for the second year in a row. Nat Geo will broadcast the event live on Sunday, November 8, with a one-hour version scheduled to air on FOX on November 29.

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