Civ. A. No. H-81-558.

659 F.Supp. 109 (1987)

HENDERSON BROADCASTING CORP., Plaintiff, v. HOUSTON SPORTS ASSOCIATION, INC., and Lake Huron Broadcasting Corp., Defendants.

United States District Court, S.D. Texas, Houston Division.

April 10, 1987.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Charles J. Brink, Brink & Assoc., Houston, Tex., for plaintiff.

Marvin Schulman, Houston, Tex., for David A. Wenger, Jr., intervenor.

Ronald Scott, Mark Lowes, Bracewell & Patterson, Houston, Tex., for defendants; William Key Wilde, of counsel.


HUGHES, District Judge.

Henderson Broadcasting Corporation has sued the Houston Sports Association and Lake Huron Broadcasting Corporation for several causes of action based on the termination of HSA's license to Henderson to broadcast Houston Astros games on Henderson's radio station, KYST, to the benefit of Lake Huron's license to broadcast the games on its station, KENR. Henderson...

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