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Article #214 (376 is last):
>Newsgroups: freenet.sci.comp.atari.news
From: aj205@cleveland.Freenet.Edu (Kevin Steele)
Subject: Atari Explorer?
Date: Sat Mar 31 23:07:23 1990


                                 PRESS RELEASE

                             FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

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                                              March 28, 1990
         For Additional Information, Contact: Jim Fisher
                                              Atari Corporation
                                              1196 Borregas Avenue
                                              Sunnyvale, CA  94086
                                              (408) 745-2010
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                  ATARI EXPLORER MAGAZINE TO EXPAND COVERAGE


         SUNNYVALE,  CA-  Atari  Corporation  announced today plans to

         enhance  the  ATARI  EXPLORER magazine.  This announcement is

         made formal following necessary actions taken to relocate the

         operation closer to headquarters in Sunnyvale, California.



         "We  want  to make notable changes in the production of Atari

         Explorer  magazine  to include expanded editorial coverage of

         additional products and enhance the environment for potential

         advertisers",  stated  Mr.  James Fisher, V. P. Marketing and

         advertising.   "The  effort  to present this news effectively

         and  more timely requires the magazine staff to have 'instant

         access' to the technology and information available here."



         Atari  plans  to complete the current issue which is still in

         the hands of the printer and rush them to subscribers as soon

         as  possible.   At  the  time  of this release, no changes to

         publication   frequencies  and  subscriber  fulfillment  were

         considered   and  Mr.  Fisher  stated  that  subscribers  and

         advertisers   will   always  be  the  biggest  priority.   If

         necessary, extensions will be made to accomodate subscription

         commitments.



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           aj205.cleveland.Freenet.Edu  (Kevin Steele)

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