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February 5, 2007
Turner Broadcasting To Pay $$ For Boston Advertising Debacle
Turner Broadcasting and Interference Inc. have agreed to pony up one million dollars to pay for the costs incurred by local, state and national agencies who responded to reports that the electronic signs scattered around Boston intended to advertised a new cartoon show might be bombs. Another one million in "goodwill funds" will go to fund security programs. Read more here.
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