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Looks like ‘end times’ for Harold Camping’s radio ministry

Monday, May 13, 2013

Two years after his much-publicized failures to predict the end of the world, Alameda doomsday preacher Harold Camping’s Family Radio enterprise appears on the brink of extinction. Matthias Gafni writes in the Merc’s Contra Costa Times edition that Camping’s Oakland-based Family Radio, with an estimated worth of $135 million in 2007, has sold its three largest radio stations, the primary generators of its cash, and that it isn’t clear whether it owes money on $30 million it borrowed last year to keep operating. Contra Costa Times

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