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Current Telecom Developments

September 22, 2000 Read this issue

In This Issue:

  • ORBCOMM SEEKS CHAPTER 11 PROTECTION
  • FCC AUCTION OF "GUARD BAND" SPECTRUM NETS $520 MILLION
  • INTELSAT SELECTS U.S. AS LICENSING JURISDICTION, AWARDS SERIES 9 CONTRACT TO ARIANESPACE
  • SATELLITE TV INDUSTRY CHALLENGES MUST-CARRY RULES
  • FCC MODIFIES FOREIGN AFFILIATION RULE
  • QWEST ACTS TO BOOST LOCAL EXCHANGE COMPETITION IN FORMER US WEST REGION
  • DOJ ANTITRUST CHIEF JOEL KLEIN TO STEP DOWN
  • JAPANESE SATELLITE TV BROADCASTER PLANS IPO

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