Clear Channel Reaches $22M Deal Over 2003 Fire

Law360, New York (February 13, 2008, 12:00 AM EST) -- Clear Channel Broadcasting Inc. has struck a $22 million deal aimed at resolving 13 lawsuits brought by survivors and relatives of those killed in a 2003 fire at a Rhode Island nightclub. The deal would push the total value of settlements connected to the fire past $70 million.

Clear Channel Communications Inc. subsidiaries Clear Channel Broadcasting Inc. and Capstar Radio Operating Co. — as successor to WHJY Inc., which operated the radio station WHJY-FM — entered into the tentative $22 million settlement agreement, which still needs...
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