Programming: Newsline

November 1998
Billboard;11/07/98, Vol. 110 Issue 45, p100
Trade Publication
Offers news briefs for the United States radio broadcasting industry for November 7, 1998. Naming of Robert Proffitt as the Citadel Broadcasting Central region president; Plans of the US Federal Communications Commission to collect racial/ethnicity and gender statistics on broadcast ownership; Announcement of purchase of Detroit radio station WWBR by rival WDTJ owner Radio One; Others.


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