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Highlights of news items from the December 2003 issue.

Rohn Enters Into Agreement for Sale of Assets
After having filed Chapter 11, Rohn has entered into an asset purchase agreement with SPX, the parent company of Dielectric, Central Tower, TCI, Flash Technology and Flexline.

WNNK to Install Interleaved IBOC Antenna
Dielectric Communications is working with Cumulus on the installation of the Dielectric’s first interleaved analog/IBOC FM antenna.

OMT Acquires Assets of Musicmusicmusic
The parent company of Mediatouch, OMT, has purchased the assets of the former Musicmusicmusic, a Toronto-based multimedia content provider.

FCC’s Adelstein Seeks Payola Probe
In a speech, the commissioner called for action in the recent pay-for-play practices in broadcasting, citing various practices used by radio stations to charge record labels and artists for radio airplay and TV stations that charge to conduct interviews.

Microsoft’s SPOT Watches Delayed
The Dick Tracy-like watches equipped with Microsoft’s Smart Personal Objects Technology (SPOT) won’t be available until early next year, missing the holiday shopping season target.

DRM Intros Participation Option
The Digital Radio Mondiale (DRM) consortium has unveiled a new participation option called DRM Supporter, which was created to foster rapid DRM adoption and implementation in markets worldwide.

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