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C-COR MAKES 130 TEMPORARY WORKERS REGULAR, FULL-TIME EMPLOYEES

 C-COR MAKES 130 TEMPORARY WORKERS REGULAR, FULL-TIME EMPLOYEES
 STATE COLLEGE, Pa., Dec. 18 /PRNewswire/ -- Richard E. Perry, chairman, president and chief executive officer of C-COR Electronics, Inc., (NASDAQ: CCBL) today announced that as of Dec. 16, 1991, 130 temporary workers who had been called back over the last five months, have become regular, full-time employees.
 These employees, split evenly between the State College, Pa., and Tipton, Pa., manufacturing plants, are primarily those workers involved in the manufacturing of product.
 In addition, beginning in Jan. 1992, another 25 workers in each of the two production facilities will be rehired and/or recalled and will be given regular, full-time status.
 Commented Perry, "The decision to convert the temporary classification to regular, full-time status is based on present business levels coupled with current sales forecasts. Business has continued to improve, so we must increase our workforce to step up production and meet our growing customer needs."
 C-COR, founded over 35 years ago, designs and manufactures high quality electronic equipment used in cable television and data communication systems. C-COR's headquarters is in State College, Pa., with production facilities in Tipton and State College, Pa. C-COR Electronics Canada, Inc., a subsidiary of C-COR Electronics, Inc., is located in Ontario, Canada. C-COR/COMLUX, Inc., C-COR's newest subsidiary for the design and manufacture of digital fiber optic products, is located in Mountain View, Calif. C-COR Europe B.V., C-COR's European marketing arm, is located in The Netherlands. C-COR's common stock is listed in the NASDAQ National Market System under the symbol CCBL.
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 /CONTACT: Sally Thiel of C-COR Electronics, 814-238-2461/
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