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Current Telecom Developments

January 7, 2000 Read this issue

In This Issue:

  • BELL ATLANTIC BEGINS LONG DISTANCE SERVICE, PROPOSES SPINOFF OF GTE INTERNET BACKBONE
  • FCC ADOPTS LICENSING RULES FOR FORMER TV CHANNELS 60-69
  • AT&T, BRITISH TELECOM CLOSE ON GLOBAL VENTURE
  • COX CUSTOMERS "OUT-FOXED" BY PROGRAMMING DISPUTE
  • HICKS, MUSE AND TELEFONICA FORGE $4 BILLION DEAL FOR ARGENTINE CABLE, TELEPHONE ASSETS
  • FCC NETS INTERNET PIONEER AS CHIEF TECHNOLOGIST
  • KOREA TELECOM OUTLINES INTERNET INVESTMENT PLAN
  • Y2K A NON-EVENT FOR TELECOM INDUSTRY

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