News Bullets

By Amy
November 7, 2000 - 5:50 AM

  • The official site has announced that it will be holding a question and answer session with Robert Picardo (The Doctor). To send in your questions, click here.

  • SciFi Wire is running a poll on what network Star Trek 5 should end up on.

  • Wil Wheaton (Wesely Crusher) has been appointed to the national board of directors for the Screen Actors Guild, along with felow Trek actors, George Coe (Chancellor Durken, 'First Contact') and David Huddleston (Train Conductor, 'Emergence').

  • The Official Jeri Lynn Ryan Homepage was pleased to annouce yesterday that 1st Annual Jeri Lynn Ryan Charity Auction had officialy begun. For more information on the auction, click here, or you can bid from here.

  • Arnold T. Blumberg of Mothership has reviewed the 'Star Trek: New Frontier - Double Time' comic book. Impresed, Blumberg awarded it an A-minus.

  • Alien Voices, Leonard Nimoy (Spock) and John DeLancie's (Q) multi-media production company, has announced that the sequel to 'Spock Vs Q : Armageddon Tonight', 'Spock Vs Q : Did I Say That ?' has been completed and will be released for December by Simon & Schuster.

  • Studios USA has signed Emmy Award-winning writer/producer Rene Balcer to a new three year drama development deal. Rene's previous tv credits include 'Star Trek: The Next Generation'

  • Due to continued traffic and bandwidth problems, Media Trek has instigated a 20-user at a time download limit, in order to reduce the strain on the server. While the limit should be removed shortly, webmaster Matthew Klaehn is currently looking at other hosting options.

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