The AT&T Forum is located in the heart of Washington D.C., just blocks from the U.S. Capitol. Opened in January 2017, the Forum brings together technology experts, policymakers, and organizations to collaborate on ways to continue to promote investment and innovation. The new center features its own DIRECTV studio, showcasing the intersection of technology and entertainment, as well as AT&T Entertainment original content.
The Forum is an AT&T Fiber Ready Building, providing high data bandwidth capabilities to all tenants. With roughly 14,000 square feet of column-free space, the AT&T Forum showcases the intersection of technology and entertainment, serving as a place for conversation among communities, businesses, and organizations.
The AT&T Forum includes the following features:
- AT&T Local Network Services (LNS) fiber to the business (FTTB).
- Unique, 1.6-inch raised cable management system under the carpet tiles to allow free-floating endless combinations of placement for power and data floor boxes.
- Interactive DIRECTV studio and control room with capability to deliver both live and recorded broadcasts.
- Touch-enabled presentation workspace on several large format video assets, including a pair of video walls and three, 98-inch, ultra-high definition displays.
- 4G/LTE services, serving as a mobility cell tower for the floor.
- DIRECTV studio designed and styled by Tiffany Brooks, designer and host of HGTV Smart Home.
- AT&T Forum Green Room designed and styled by HGTV.
The AT&T Forum features a DIRECTV studio designed and styled by Tiffany Brooks, designer and host of HGTV Smart Home. This fully functional DIRECTV Television studio will be utilized for live and recorded broadcasts. On January 18-19, The Rich Eisen Show was the studio’s inaugural live broadcast. Guests included FOX News Chief Political Anchor and Author of “Three Days in January” Bret Baier, Pulitzer Prize Winning Syndicated Columnist George Will, and NBC News Political Director & Host of MSNBC’s “Meet the Press Daily” Chuck Todd.