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Radio antitrust discussed

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U.S. Justice Department acting antitrust chief Joel I. Klein told members of the National Association of Broadcasters the government sees the concentration of radio station ownership potentially reaching the point where two companies might each control 40% shares of a local radio advertising marketplace. Such a development would not necessarily trigger government intervention, he said.

Copyright February 1997, Crain Communications Inc.

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