June 2000
Satellite Communications;Jun2000, Vol. 24 Issue 6, p10
Trade Publication
Presents news updates on the satellite communication industry as of June 2000. ATC Teleports' purchase of General Telecom Inc.; Approval of ICO Global Communications' reorganization plans by the United States Bankruptcy Court; Launching of an Internet and multicast service by NetSat Express.


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