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    Matthew Segal

    Co-Founder, “Attn:” & “Our Time”

    Matthew Segal is the Co-Founder and Editor in Chief of ATTN:, an issues-driven media company with a mission to deliver engaging content to a mobile-first audience. Every day ATTN: produces videos, articles and commentary telling stories worth your attention.

    Since launching ATTN: in the fall of 2014, Matthew has built its editorial department from the ground up, honing the voice, tone, and style of its video, writing, and visual storytelling teams. In just two years, with no paid growth, ATTN:’s content receives more than 2 billion monthly impressions and over 400 million monthly video views.

    Previously, Matthew was the co-founder and president of OurTime.org, one of the nation’s largest non-profit organizations committed to increasing voter participation among young Americans. Matthew focused on campaigns to expand voting rights, civic education and economic mobility.

    Matthew is a regular TV commentator who has contributed to MSNBC, The Today Show, Real Time with Bill Maher, CNN, Fox News and the CBS Evening News. He has also hosted a radio show on SiriusXM.

    Matthew was born and raised in Chicago, Illinois and studied at Kenyon College, whose infamously long voting lines in 2004 led him to testify before Congress and eventually to founding Ourtime.org.

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