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May 9, 2006 | From the Associated Press
A week after losing a bid to buy the Washington Nationals baseball team, the chief executive of Emmis Communications Corp. said Monday that he would try to purchase his company in a deal valued at $567 million. If the buyout succeeds, Jeffrey H. Smulyan will take the Indianapolis-based media group into the private sector even as it struggles to regain profit from sluggish advertising sales. Smulyan, who already owns nearly 17% of the company, made a nonbinding offer of $15.
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May 9, 2006 | From the Associated Press
A week after losing a bid to buy the Washington Nationals baseball team, the chief executive of Emmis Communications Corp. said Monday that he would try to purchase his company in a deal valued at $567 million. If the buyout succeeds, Jeffrey H. Smulyan will take the Indianapolis-based media group into the private sector even as it struggles to regain profit from sluggish advertising sales. Smulyan, who already owns nearly 17% of the company, made a nonbinding offer of $15.
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October 16, 1988 | CHRIS KRAUL, San Diego County Business Editor
The radio industry is in the grips of a buying frenzy. KJOI, a leading FM station in Los Angeles, sold for $79 million in June after changing hands for $44 million in 1986 and $18.5 million in 1983. Station WDTX-FM in Detroit sold for $11.8 million earlier this year, after going for $5 million in 1985. And station WRFX in Charlotte, N.C., sold for $15.4 million three months ago after being acquired for $5.75 million in early 1986.
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