(DALLAS) -- AT&T will release a 10-minute documentary educating drivers on the dangers of texting while driving. The short piece, to be distributed nationwide to schools, safety organizations and federal agencies, will feature stories from individuals and families whose lives have been affected by texting while driving.
"This documentary is a raw look at the reality and hazards of texting while driving, and we hope it will make wireless customers think twice before pulling out their cell phones in the driver's seat," said Cathy Coughlin, senior executive vice president and global marketing officer for AT&T.
The anti-texting doc is part of AT&T's "It Can Wait" campaign and can be viewed online at the AT&T "It Can Wait" website as well as the company's YouTube page.
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