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In "AT&T, Ford will Cup their ears to radio" (April 25, P. 46), One-On-One Sports Radio Network, Northbrook, Ill., should have been named as having secured the exclusive radio rights to broadcast the World Cup Games in English in the U.S.

In that same article, a sentence was garbled. It should read: "A 1992 Arbitron survey showed that Hispanics listen to radio 25 hours a week, compared with 22 hours for the general market."

In "Another new look for Games mascot" (April 25, P. 60), erroneous information was included about Atlanta Olympic mascot Izzy. Ogilvy & Mather, Atlanta, has been assigned a two-year, $2 million project to develop and place trade ads in support of the Atlanta Committee for Olympic Properties' licensing program.

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