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A larger radio animal
WTEM, meanwhile, maintained its status as the most popular sports station in Washington, buoyed by its larger 50,000 watt signal. (The station drops to 5,000 watts at night.)
Red Zebra Broadcasting is part of a growing roster of companies controlled by Snyder. In 2005, he became chairman of the board of theme park operator Six Flags Inc. Last year, his RedZone Capital investment firm bought the Johnny Rockets restaurant chain and Dick Clark Productions.
About the Author
Tim Lemke has been the sports business reporter for The Washington Times since 2005, writing on a wide variety of issues ranging from the construction of the Washington Nationals new ballpark to steroid hearings on Capitol Hill. He writes a weekly column titled “SportsBiz” and maintains a blog with the same name. Highlights of his career include playing some very ...
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