editorial

 

Blowhards Need Not Apply

In case you havent heard, PHONE+ is looking for a few good industry channel execs for its all-new 2007-2008 Advisory Board. Selected members will serve as a sounding board for editorial content in PHONE+ as well as seminar content for the Channel Partners Conference & Expo. You might recall that the conference has had an […]

xchange Names Veteran Industry Journalist Executive Editor

Virgo Publishing LLC, publishers of xchange, PHONE+ and New Telephony magazines, announced this week it has named veteran telecom and IT industry journalist Bob Wallace as executive editor for its telecom division. Wallace will be part of the companys editorial strategy team and will be spearheading special projects for the companys growing Web properties, including […]

People and Networks Make a Difference

They started in earnest on Sept. 1. The posts to the PHONE+ Web site, that is. The first went something like this: I am trying to get some information on family members in Ocean Springs, Miss. Their names are: John Gregory Matthews, his wife Shannon and 13-year-old daughter Olivia. Winston and Betty Jones, Mike and […]

GUEST EDITORIAL

Posted: 04/1998 GUEST EDITORIAL By Robert M. McDowell, ESQ. It was a drizzly February morning when I arrived at work to be greeted by a Washington-style rumor more chilling than the mid-winter weather. Phone calls were abuzz with whispers laden with sincere anxiety: Bell Atlantic Corp./NYNEX was in "secret" negotiations with the Federal Communications Commission […]

GUEST EDITORIAL

Posted: 03/1998 GUEST EDITORIAL By Bill Stevens,Principal, Mayfair-Group. Inc. Mayfair Group Inc. has been fortunate to grow into a decent-sized national master agency with just one or two reseller sources. We have been paid promptly; our contracts are really fair to both parties; and there have been some rewards for our narrow focus. Though we’ve […]

Guest Editorial: Who’s in Charge Here?

Posted: 09/1997 Guest Editorial: Who’s in Charge Here? The debate surrounding the ongoing delay in opening local telecommunications markets to competition is beginning to intensify. Here’s the latest: Fact one: Frustration over the slower-than-expected pace for the roll-out of local service competition has caused Federal Communications Commission Chair Reed Hundt to announce plans to appoint […]

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