Big customers in a tiny user group

Rosenberg, Jim
March 1999
Editor & Publisher;03/27/99, Vol. 132 Issue 13, p48
Trade Publication
Discusses the increasing use of videoconferencing in the newspaper business. Videoconferencing linked staff from `The New York Times' newspaper's College Point plant; Support of real-time communication among far-flung members.


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