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NASHVILLE, Tenn.-Gaylord Entertainment Co. still hopes to announce a buyer for its two cable TV systems by January, but there are no plans to sell off more of the $2 billion company, Gaylord executives said.

Company Chairman Edward Gaylord termed as "foolish" a published report last week that his business is for sale.

Besides the Opryland theme park, the Grand Ole Opry and Opryland Hotel, the company's holdings include cable channels The Nashville Network and Country Music Television, three independent TV stations, three radio stations and a small stake in the Texas Rangers baseball team.

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