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AT&T Global Audio Conference

Event Services audio conferences are hosted on the AT&T Global Audio platform and managed by professional Event Producers. Up to 6,000 callers may join, be invited, or register to access the audio conference. Global toll and/or toll-free numbers are available in more than 200 countries. Calls may be conducted in broadcast or interactive format, and managed Q&A is always available.

Audio conferences may be recorded, with content delivered as an audio file (.mp3 or .wav), dial-in replay, or written transcript.

What to Expect: Organizers

Organizers will initiate a request on this site. Immediately on submission, an email receipt is generated, containing the ticket number that will follow the webinar throughout its lifecycle.

Our scheduling staff will respond to the ticket within 48 hours with connection details and other necessary information, including an Event ID and a link to real-time registration reporting, if registration is requested.

Organizers should expect to be contacted by email at least 48 hours prior to the webinar by the assigned Event Producer.

Following the webinar, an attendance report will be delivered by email from the Event Producer. If requested, conference recording will be delivered for download via a file transfer application.


What to Expect: Speakers

Every conference begins with a private 15-minute pre-conference for speakers to prepare for success, have audio quality checked, review run-of-show, etc.

Speakers will join the pre-conference with distinct dial-in instructions.

What to Expect: Attendees

Every conference begins with a private 15-minute pre-conference for speakers. Attendees will dial in with either access code or access code and attendee ID per the conference organizer’s requirements and hear hold music until the conference begins.



Following a conference, attendance reporting will be delivered by the Event Producer.

An “open” call (all attendees use a common access code) attendance report will include a summary, called-from number (if available), join and exit times.

A “closed” call (attendees use unique IDs) attendance report will include a summary, called-from number (if available), name, email, any other collected data points, join and exit times.

Additionally, calls using pre-registration will allow for real-time registration reporting prior to the call.

Intellor Conference Manager

Event Producers use the Intellor Conference Manager (ICM) as the visual interface for call management.

Conference organizers may request access to the ICM for “closed” calls, enabling a view of connected callers and the question queue, as well as real-time chat between speakers and the Event Producer.