Jeremy Legg

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AT&T
Chief Technology Officer

Jeremy Legg, Chief Technology Officer – AT&T oversees the technology organizations for Business, Consumer, Data & Analytics, IT & Cloud, Network Architecture & AT&T Labs, Security and New Product Development. 

Jeremy’s AT&T Technology Services (ATS) organization is helping AT&T modernize its legacy IT infrastructure and migrate as much of it as possible to the cloud while retiring outdated systems. In addition, Jeremy’s team also includes network, business and consumer technology platforms as well as experts developing new products and services built on AT&T’s leading-edge 5G and fiber connectivity. 

ATS also includes AT&T’s chief data office and chief security office, as artificial intelligence and machine learning make customers and employees more efficient and innovative, while security is vital in a connected world of constantly evolving threats. 

Prior to joining AT&T in June 2020, Jeremy was executive vice president and CTO for WarnerMedia, responsible for all technology strategy, development and operations, as well as the technology development of the video streaming platform HBO Max. 

He previously served as the executive vice president and CTO for Turner, where he was responsible for the overall technology strategy and all aspects of Turner’s linear and digital technologies and resources. 

Before that he led technology strategy and product monetization for TBS, Inc. and as the former senior vice president of business development and multi-platform distribution for TBS, Inc., Jeremy oversaw TV Everywhere and all non-linear and product distribution and strategy across broadband, iTV and wireless. He has also held management positions at AOL, Oracle and Accenture. 

Jeremy earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in political science from Brown University. He serves on the Customer Advisory Boards for Microsoft & IBM and is a regular speaker and panelist at events such as CES and other industry events. He is recognized as one of the top 50 tech leaders on Forbes CIO Next 2022 and received Broadcasting & Cable’s Technology Leadership Award in 2016. 

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