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Putting the "Tee" in KXT

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A Friend of Unfair Park, who I'm pretty sure works for North Texas Public Broadcasting, sends word: KXT-FM (91.7), the all-music sibling of KERA-FM (90.1) set to get its rocks off November 9, now has two tees up for grabs, each available for the pledge price of $60 if you act between now and December 31. Ah, but there's also the "limited-edition KXT '2009 Launch Crew' window cling decal," thrown in with the $60 donation but also available all by its lonesome for the low, low (?) price of $35. Keep in mind, 24 hours a day of music, some of it syndicated but much of it programmed locally, don't come cheap; NTPB spent $18 million just to buy the frequency.

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