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KVIL-FM LOCKS UP COWBOYS FOR ANOTHER FIVE YEARS
Published August 9, 1995
KVIL-FM, the flagship station for the Cowboys, announced yesterday a five-year contract extension through the year 2000, according to Jean-Jacques Taylor in this morning's DALLAS MORNING NEWS. Terms of the deal, which were not released, are "believed to be worth nearly" $30M. The station currently is in a five- year, $20M deal that expires after this season. KVIL is an Infinity Broadcasting station, which also owns the rights to the Redskins, Eagles, Bucs, Patriots, Falcons and Jets (DALLAS MORNING NEWS, 8/9).