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April 4, 1985 | From Associated Press
A simultaneous broadcast Friday of the famine relief record "We Are the World" by hundreds of radio stations worldwide should help "bring to light the fact that there is a problem of hunger," a sponsor says. The Good Friday broadcast, set for 7:50 a.m. PST, was inspired by radio stations in Georgia and Utah and is being aided by some major networks. "We Are the World" was recorded by 46 U. S. stars who donated their time.
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January 20, 2002 | FRANK del OLMO
I've seen the TeleFutura--and it may not be as ominous as some expect. TeleFutura is the seventh and newest Spanish-language TV network in this country. It was launched Monday by Los Angeles-based Univision Communications Inc., the $6.8-billion company that is--for now--the 800-pound gorilla of Spanish-language broadcasting in the U.S. I write "for now" because these days nothing is certain in the mass-media business except change.
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