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- Zoom outage leaves users unable to hold video meetings
software Zoom has confirmed a partial outage impacting video meeting and webinars on Monday.
Sky News. Monday, 24 Aug 2020.
- Suspect pleads not guilty in killing of Jam Master Jay
Ronald Washington, 56, entered his plea remotely from Kentucky, while his attorney and the government's lawyers appeared by teleconference
because of coronavirus concerns.
CBS News. Wednesday, 19 Aug 2020.
- Ohio State's Justin Fields wants to 'beat the brakes off' Michigan
Ohio State star quarterback Justin Fields talked about his goals for the upcoming 2020 college football season during a meeting with the media via teleconference
Fox News. Wednesday, 5 Aug 2020.
- Kenya video-conference platform elbows its way into crowded field
Tiny Kenyan start-up Gumzo is a minnow on the booming teleconferencing
scene but its creators hope the platform will help companies spend more of their cash in Africa rather than on foreign technology companies.
Reuters. Thursday, 18 Jun 2020.
- President Trump calls governors 'weak,' urges crackdown on protests
Trump spoke to governors on a video teleconference
that also included law enforcement and national security officials, telling the state leaders they "have to get much tougher."
ABC News. Monday, 1 Jun 2020.
- Supreme Court enters week of high-profile cases featuring Trump tax returns
The Supreme Court continues to hear oral arguments via teleconference
this week, with several high-profile cases on the calendar dealing with issues including the Electoral College, religious freedom, and President Trump's tax returns.
Fox News. Monday, 11 May 2020.
- US Supreme Court makes history by hearing cases by teleconference
The court's nine justices are set to participate in arguments in 10 cases over the next two weeks, using a dial-in format to combat the spread of the pathogen. The first case began session at 10am ET
Daily Mail. Monday, 4 May 2020.
- Supreme Court justices to ask questions by seniority in 1st teleconference arguments
The U.S. Supreme Court doesn't want its first-ever livestreamed oral arguments by teleconference
to be a messy free-for-all.
ABC News. Tuesday, 28 Apr 2020.
- Can you argue in pajamas? Lawyers get ready for first-ever Supreme Court oral arguments by phone
The Supreme Court's announcement it would hold oral arguments by teleconference
because of coronavirus has a group of America's top attorneys prepping for the most important phone calls of their careers.
CNBC. Thursday, 16 Apr 2020.
- Supreme Court to hear historic arguments virtually in May, including over Trump tax records and Electoral College
Among the disputes that will be heard via teleconference
are three high-profile cases over whether President Trump may keep his financial records, including his tax returns, shielded from state and congressional investigators.
CNBC. Monday, 13 Apr 2020.
- The Art of the Teleconference
Transform your Zoom virtual background or computer desktop into a work of art
Smithsonian. Wednesday, 1 Apr 2020.
- White House meets with tech companies about coronavirus - CNET
Amazon, Apple, Facebook, Google, Microsoft and Twitter join the teleconference
CNET. Wednesday, 11 Mar 2020.
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