Union Knocks Inner City Media's Bankruptcy Sale Plans

Law360, New York (January 3, 2012, 6:51 PM EST) -- A union representing on-air staff with Inner City Media Corp., a radio network geared toward African-Americans, said in New York bankruptcy court Monday that plans to sell the company's assets could run afoul of collective bargaining and employee benefit obligations.

Objecting to Inner City's sale motion in December, the American Federation of Radio and Television Artists and AFTRA Health and Retirement Funds asked the bankruptcy court to ensure that collective bargaining agreements carried over and that Inner City didn't trigger a withdrawal from an AFTRA retirement...
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