Katz adds $150M in spot billings

McClellan, Steve
June 1999
Broadcasting & Cable;06/28/99, Vol. 129 Issue 27, p21
Trade Publication
Reports on Hearst-Argyle Television's consolidation of its spot television billings account with Katz Television. Television stations affected by the company's decision.


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