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L.A. Loves A Parade Story

KNBC-TV, which pressured Los Angeles Mayor Tom Bradley to open up tv coverage of Hollywood’s “Welcome Home Desert Storm Parade,” incorporates the two-hour event into its May 19 news with the anchors appearing on location.

KTLA, which recently agreed to let other stations carry the parade without a $250,000 license fee, is providing a traditional parade telecast with no commercial interruptions.

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