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technoPolitics -- a new TV series. First pre transcript
From: David Farber <farber () central cis upenn edu>
Date: Sun, 19 Feb 1995 13:51:58 -0500

As of Friday evening, <bell.com> now has a new transcript of debate
between Pacific Telesis Vice President Ron Stowe and AT&T Vice President
Mike Brown.

Taped earlier this week for the PBS public affairs show "TechnoPolitics,"
the program is scheduled to begin airing nationally on Feb. 24. (It will be
broadcast in the Washington area on Saturday, Feb. 25 at 2 p.m. on WETA,
Channel 26.)

Stowe said that large business customers already have a choice of local
carriers, but that long distance companies are not interested in serving
residential customers because the cost of their service is subsidized by the
business users.  See the full comments, context and points of debate in the

Given the growing interest across the Internet in telecom reform this
year, <bell.com> is a growing resource.  The site is accessed by
gopher at <bell.com>, or the web at <http://bell.com>

You can also subscribe to the listserver to get telecom updates. Send
mail to <listserver () bell com>.  In the body of the message add four words:


Looking forward to your comments...

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