San Antonio-based Clear Channel Communications continues to acquire radio stations, completing its purchase of KEBC-FM in Oklahoma City from Independence Broadcasting Co. for about $ 7.5 million.
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Ameritech Corp. said it has named two new executive vice presidents who will report directly to president and chief executive Richard C. Notebaert.
The company said W. Patrick Campbell has been named executive vice president of corporate strategy and business development effective Jan. 31. The company said Walter S. Catlow, president of its long-distance industry services, has been named a corporation executive VP.
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Silver King Communications of St. Petersburg, Fla., named James M. Lawless as prexy. Lawless, named to the board Jan. 11, replaces Jeffrey M. McGrath, who remains chairman.
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Sega of America Inc. signed an additional cable company as a launch partner for its new Sega TV interactive videogame channel. Prime Cable of Austin, Texas, signed a letter of agreement to launch SegaTV in 1994, following a three-month in-market test. It has about 556,000 subscribers.