About Missy Kellor

Missy works on the Corporate Communications team and reports stories to TDS employees and customers. This is right up her alley because she’s an extrovert and also a big fan of research (really, she’ll look up just about anything that strikes her interest). Missy is a native of Madison, Wis. with an undergraduate in Anthropology and a master’s degree in Life Sciences Journalism from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Her interest in the Internet as a mass media shaped her work towards a PhD in Journalism and Mass Communications. She’s also worked as an editorial assistant, copywriter, and production artist. In her off hours, Missy is a crafter, Pinterest addict, reader, wife, and mom of two kids.
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Take the Plastic Free July challenge

TDS' Green Associate Resource Group is inviting everyone to give Plastic Free July a try. Don’t be intimidated by the name—you can also think of it as Plastic Reduction July or Plastic Conscious July. The important thing is to become more aware of ways you reduce (and find alternatives for) single-use plastic at home, school, and work. The goal isn't to shame, but to inspire small changes that collectively can have a huge impact.
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Bally Sports App Not Working? Here’s how to Fix It

The Bally Sports app was launched on April 26, 2021. If the app is not working for you or you have a black screen when trying to use the app, here’s how to fix the Bally Sports app.
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Amazon Sidewalk: key things to know

Today, June 8, Amazon is rolling out its new Sidewalk Wi-Fi sharing feature on all capable devices such as Echoes and Ring cameras and lights (note: eero devices are not). There are definitely things you should be aware of now that it's going live.
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TDS supports teachers through a unique sponsorship

Sure, there’s Teacher Appreciation Week, but thanks to a very special sponsorship, TDS has been supporting teachers all year long. Because of TDS’ support, 708 teachers in six Dane County, Wisconsin school districts could attend a wellness program called The Rooted School. Learn more about this special sponsorship that's helped helped educators manage stress, build resilience, and improve their overall wellbeing.
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TDS’ own search and rescue heroes

TDS is proud of how our associates give back—and in the case of Chad R., he is giving back with the help of his dogs. Not only is Chad a reserve officer with the Mt. Juliet Police Department when he's not at his day job, he and his pups volunteer to do search and rescue work. Learn more about this TDS hero.
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Two free previews in May and June

Great news! As a TDS TV or TDS TV+ subscriber, you get a free preview of World Fishing Network for the entire month of May. Plus, you also get to enjoy Game Show Network all of May AND all of June. Find out what to watch.
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Get the Most out of Your TDS TV+ Experience

Did you know TDS TV®+ has an all-in-one search and record option? Or that you can restart live programs from any point, and cue up programs you’ve maybe forgotten about in the past 72 hours? Learn where to find tips and tricks to get the most out of your TDS TV+ experience.
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When will you bury the TDS Fiber cable in my yard?

No matter where we’re building a fiber network, certain questions get asked more often than others. On the top of the list, particularly in the winter and spring, is: when will you bury the TDS Fiber cable in my yard? The answer isn’t as simple as it may seem. Get the lowdown.
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Vaccination card scams

You may be excited about receiving a COVID-19 vaccine, but you need to be thoughtful about how you share the news. Experts are chiming in to warn you to NOT post a photo of/with your vaccination card. Why? You could be inviting identity theft. Learn how it might happen.
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Nine perfect pie ideas for Pi Day

This weekend, on March 14—or 3/14—the world celebrates Pi Day. Pi represents the ratio of a circle's circumference to its diameter (approximately 3.14159, plus more than a trillion other digits). Pi(e), naturally, is the perfect food to ring in the day. Our employees are filling you in on their favorite recipes.
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