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BROWN, NOTEBAERT ELECTED AMERITECH VICE CHAIRMEN, NAMED TO BOARD

 CHICAGO, Jan. 21 /PRNewswire/ -- The Ameritech board of directors has elected Richard H. Brown, president of Illinois Bell, and Richard C. Notebaert, president of Ameritech Services, to the positions of Ameritech vice chairmen and members of the board, effective January 20.
 Brown and Notebaert will continue to manage the business as it is structured today, while transitioning to a restructured Ameritech to be detailed later this year.
 Brown assumes responsibility for Ameritech's state and federal legislative and regulatory initiatives and its corporate communications function. He continues as president of Illinois Bell and adds responsibility for direction of Ameritech Publishing.
 Notebaert assumes responsibility for continued development of Ameritech's new business unit structure, for the company's eventual transition to that structure and for the current operations of the Bell companies of Indiana, Michigan, Ohio and Wisconsin, Ameritech Services, Ameritech Information Systems and Ameritech Mobile Communications.
 "This governance structure will assure that all parts of Ameritech are moving in step toward the future we've defined for our business," said William L. Weiss, Ameritech chairman and chief executive officer. "We expect to remain a strong business even as we transition toward a new Ameritech."
 Brown, 45, joined Ameritech as president of Illinois Bell in 1990. He began his career in 1969 at Ohio Bell, holding a variety of positions in its operations and marketing departments. In 1981 he joined United Telecom as vice president of engineering and operations. He held a number of positions with that company including executive vice president of United Telecom and U.S. Sprint.
 Notebaert, 45, became president of Ameritech Services in 1992. He began his career in 1969 with Wisconsin Bell, where he held a number of positions in operations and marketing. In 1983 he joined Ameritech Communications as vice president of marketing and operations. He became president of Ameritech Mobile Communications in 1986 and was named president of Indiana Bell in 1989.
 Brown's and Notebaert's elections bring the Ameritech board of directors to 14 members.
 Ameritech (NYSE: AIT) is the parent of the Bell companies serving Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Ohio and Wisconsin, and other domestic and international companies providing mobile communications, directory publishing, systems integration, lease financing and audiotex services.
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 /CONTACT: Steve Ford, 312-750-5205, or Laura Littel, 312-750-5219, both of Ameritech/
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