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Free Willy finally free, and Discovery will be there

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Those who have followed the plight of Keiko, the killer whale who starred in the film "Free Willy," can track his progress as a truly free whale via Discovery Channel Online. The cable network's Web site on Jan. 7 starts following the rehabilitation progress of the whale, who will be treated at the Oregon Coast Aquarium after spending 10 years in a tank at a Mexican amusement park. The entire procedure will be filmed for a planned 1997 documentary to be shown on Discovery Channel.

GTE to license Netscape Navigator
GTE Intelligent Network Services, a subsidiary of GTE Corp., has signed an agreement with Netscape Communications Corp. to license its Netscape Navigator software. Residential and business customers in the Dallas-Fort Worth area will become the first to be offered GTE.net, GTE's new Internet access service. GTE.net will be introduced in other U.S. markets in 1996.

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