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GRAY COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS ELECTS BOARD MEMBERS

 ALBANY, Ga., Aug. 2 /PRNewswire/ -- Gray Communications Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ: GCOM) of Albany, announced today that Robert S. Prather Jr., J. Mack Robinson, and Hilton H. Howell Jr., have been elected to the board of directors as Geoffrey Gray, Constance Gray Greene, Phil Greene and board Chairman Terry P. McKenna resigned.
 This restructuring of the board is a result of the Estate of James H. Gray Sr. selling its shares to Bull Run Corporation (NASDAQ: BULL) of Atlanta.
 Director William E. Mayher III was elected chairman of the board and Prather and Robinson were appointed to the five-member executive committee to replace two resignees. President and CEO John T. Williams, a member of the executive committee, was elected chairman of that committee.
 Gray Communications Systems, Inc. is a holding company which operates three VHF NBC-affiliated television stations, WALB-TV in Albany, WJHG-TV in Panama City, Fla., and KTVE in El Dorado, Ark./Monroe, La.; a daily newspaper, The Albany Herald, in Albany and a fixed-based operation at the Albany airport.
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 /CONTACT: John Williams, president and CEO of Gray Communications, 912-888-9302/
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