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May 18, 1992|From Times Staff and Wire Reports

Christian Science Church Unloading TV Property: The financially ailing Christian Science Church said it is selling its Boston television station, putting its remaining television property on the block along with its cable TV network in a bid to balance the books. The move ends a costly experiment in television that began only six years ago when the church purchased the station, WQTV, to complement its extensive publishing enterprise, which includes radio and the Christian Science Monitor newspaper.

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