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Pacific Grove, CA - January 9, 2006 - This just in ­ five leading lights from the radio broadcast industry have agreed to roast honoree Mark Mays, President and CEO of Clear Channel Communications, at the 20th Annual Bayliss Radio Roast March 23, 2006, at the renowned Cipriani 42nd Street in New York City.

You wonąt want to miss the 2006 event with this great line-up of roasters:

Master of Ceremonies, Bill Stakelin, President and Chief Executive Officer of Regent Communications, Inc. which operates 74 radio stations in 15 middle and small-sized markets.

Glenn Beck, host of The Glenn Beck Program, which is broadcast on 175 stations nationwide. The Program first went national in January 2002, launched on 47 stations by Premiere Radio Networks.

John Hogan, President and Chief Executive Officer of Clear Channel Radio, a leading radio company focused on serving local communities, with 1200 radio stations across all 50 states.

Randall Mays, Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer, Clear Channel Communications, Inc., a leading global and entertainment company with over 1200 radio stations, 40 television stations, over 770,000 outdoor advertising displays and the world's leading live entertainment company. Randall is also the brother of Mark Mays, this year's roastee.

Peter Smyth, President and Chief Executive Officer, Greater Media, Inc., a broad-based combination of communication companies, which include radio, printing, publishing, and telecommunications operations.

Tickets for the March 23rd Bayliss Radio Roast are available now at a discounted price until January 18th. To buy your tickets online click here, or please call me directly at 831.655.5229.

I look forward to hearing from you.

Kit Hunter Franke
Executive Director

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