Secret Communications

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Secret Communications was a radio broadcasting company formed by the April 1994 merger of Booth American Company and Broadcast Alchemy. The firm was headed by venture capitalist Frank Wood, who said the name "Secret" was created as a joke, and was acquired by SFX Broadcasting, and, eventually, Clear Channel after its purchase of Capstar/AMFM.

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