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Cable Phone / Voice Over Internet Protocol / Wasow Interview #743862

CNN Evening News for Friday, Dec 12, 2003
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) Report introduced.

(Washington: Daniel Sieberg) Voice Over Internet Protocol {telephoning via computer Internet} examined; details given of AT&T's plan to expand & of problems with VOIP. [Forrester Research telecom analyst Maribel DOLINOV†, Skype CEO Niklas ZENNSTROM†- explain how the system works, is cheaper than phone lines & how one connects to the service.]

(Studio: Aaron Brown) Live in-studio interview held with blackplanet.com's Omar Wasow about VOIP. [WASOW†- explains why it is cheaper to use the Internet to transmit voice & how the process will become less complicated; outlines the future intelligence & capabilities of the home phone.]

Brown, Aaron;
Sieberg, Daniel

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