Updating odds and ends in the world of media

Hatfield, David
December 2004
Inside Tucson Business;12/13/2004, Vol. 14 Issue 26, p15
Speculates on a business deal between Clear Channel radio and Fox News Radio. Emphasis on the effects of the deal on the possible decision of Clear Channel stations to drop national newscasts from other sources to make way for Fox; Reduction of commercial time; Trends in radio broadcasting.


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