Citadel to buy Slone stations

December 2000
Inside Tucson Business;12/25/2000, Vol. 10 Issue 40, p9
Announces the agreement of Citadel Broadcasting to purchase five radio stations from Sloan Broadcasting and Sloan Radio in Tucson, Arizona. Value of the deal; Names of the radio stations.


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