Features

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Indecent Exposure

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The FCC has upheld a $6,000 fine against Evergreen Media, owners of WLUP-AM, for “indecent” remarks made by afternoon drivers Steve Dahl and Garry Meier in three broadcasts between 1987 and 1989. The…

  • Film

Soundtrack

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NEW YORK Oren Rudavsky and Elinor Schull's one-hour documentary “At The Crossroads” opens Feb. 21 at Anthology Film Archives, distributed by Arthur Cantor Films. Picture was shot in Hungary…

Marketplace

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The Recessionary Blues

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Pubcaster WETA (tv and radio) will pinkslip six staffers by March 1 and eliminate seven more positions through attrition in a bid to deal with a projected $750,000 revenue gap for the year. WETA…

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Puck Back In B'cast Net

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KTLA-TV has beaten out KCOP-TV for the rights to the first over-the-air televised hockey game in Los Angeles in nearly six years. The Tribune-owned station will carry the Los Angeles Kings' road game…

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FCC Begged To Okay License

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Supporters of a Spanish-language Chicago tv station threatened with license revocation held a press conference on Capitol Hill last week to pressure the Federal Communications Commission to reverse…

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'Strange' Series

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Low-brow culture has found a new home now that a British series on exploitation films is bowing on the Discovery Channel. “The Incredibly Strange Film Show,” profiling cult filmmakers known for their…

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