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Family Radio / Harold Campion


The Oakland-California-based Family Radio of Harold Campion, famous for his end-of-the-world predictions, is on hard financial times. It lost more than $100 million in assets from 2007 to 2011, with those numbers falling to $29.2 million; and it had to sell three of its largest radio stations. At one time, Family Radio had 66 full-service stations, 100 FM broadcast relay stations, and a few television stations. Campion, 91, who suffered a stroke after his most recent failed prediction, says he is no longer interested in making any more. (Tennessean, 5/15/13) [IT 4.3 2013]