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BRIEFLY

February 20, 1988

National Broadcasting Co. said it had tentatively agreed to sell five radio stations to Emmis Broadcasting Corp., a privately held concern based in Indianapolis, for $121.5 million. The stations are: WNBC-AM and WYNY-FM in New York, WJIB-FM in Boston, WKQX-FM in Chicago and KYUU-FM in San Francisco. NBC had previously disclosed it was looking for buyers for its seven radio stations and reaffirmed that it hopes to sell the remaining stations.

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