2.12.03

MEDIA CONCENTRATION? If that new Democratic National Committee liberal radio network gets going, will its commentators have to keep still about the fact that a rich financier made possible the purchase of the first five stations, all in large cities? Byron York sees an option value in buying the radio stations, independent of the opportunity to run programs of the owners' choices, and Charlie Sykes sees a little market saturation problem facing the owners.

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