Evening Headlines for 6/3/13

WHAS Crusade Raises Over $6 Million For Kids
For only the second time in its 60-year history, the WHAS Crusade for Children has pulled in more than $6 million.  The annual telethon for special needs kids is coordinated between Clear Channel talk WHAS, Louisville (840) and Belo’s WHAS-TV. [Inside Radio]

Clear Channel Closes On Debt Restructure
In a press release late Friday, Clear Channel announced it had closed a previously announced offer to amend its cash flow credit facility. [Radio Ink]

FCC Commissioner Ajit Pai Tells AM Radio 'You’ve Got A Friend In Me'
Speaking at the Missouri Broadcasters Association's "AM Radio Revitalization Panel" on Friday, FCC Commissioner Ajit Pai assured those in attendance how important AM radio continues to be. [All Access]

Don Oliver, NBC Correspondent, Dies at 76
Don Oliver, who reached a nightly national audience as a correspondent covering major events for NBC News for more than 25 years, died on Tuesday in Spokane, Wash. He was 76. [NY Times]


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