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10-K
GRAHAM HOLDINGS CO filed this Form 10-K on 03/29/1994
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                                OTHER ACTIVITIES

STANLEY H. KAPLAN EDUCATIONAL CENTERS

     A subsidiary of the Company owns the Stanley H. Kaplan Educational
Centers, which are engaged in preparing students for a broad range of
admissions tests and licensing examinations including SAT's, LSAT's, GMAT's and
GRE's, nursing and medical boards, and the uniform certified public accountant
examination.  In 1993 the Kaplan Centers had more than 149,000 enrollments and
provided courses through more than 150 permanent educational centers located
throughout the United States and in Canada, Puerto Rico and London.

LEGI-SLATE

     Legi-Slate, Inc., another subsidiary of the Company, provides its
customers with access to a computerized data base containing detailed
information on the legislative and regulatory activities of the United States
government.  The Legi-Slate data base includes both abstracts and the full text
of every bill and resolution introduced in Congress, the entire Congressional
Record and every document published in the Federal Register, as well as the
schedule of each Congressional committee and the voting record of each member
of Congress.  Legi-Slate also offers the Current USC(TM) and Daily CFR(TM)
services, which provide online access to the current full text of the United
States Code and the Code of Federal Regulations.

PRO AM SPORTS SYSTEM

      Pro Am Sports System, Inc. ("PASS") is a Detroit-based regional cable
sports network that provides programming to approximately 788,000 cable
television subscribers in Michigan and northwest Ohio.  PASS programming
includes games of the Detroit Tigers baseball team, the Detroit Pistons
basketball team and the Detroit Red Wings hockey team.

INTERNATIONAL HERALD TRIBUNE

     The Company beneficially owns 50% of the outstanding common stock of the
International Herald Tribune, S.A., a French company which publishes the
International Herald Tribune in Paris, France.  This English-language newspaper
has an average daily paid circulation of almost 200,000 copies and is
distributed in over 160 countries.  

COWLES MEDIA COMPANY

     The Company owns approximately 28% of the outstanding common stock of
Cowles Media Company, most of which was acquired in 1985.  Cowles owns the
Minneapolis-St. Paul Star Tribune and a number of smaller publications.

DIGITAL INK

     In late 1993 the Company organized a new subsidiary, Digital Ink Co., to
develop news and information products for distribution by computers, fax and
telephone.  

PERSONAL COMMUNICATIONS SERVICES

     In 1994 the FCC is expected to begin awarding licenses to operate systems
using new wireless telephone technologies (generally referred to as personal
communications services or "PCS").  It is contemplated PCS systems will use
transmitters which are smaller and closer together than those of conventional
cellular systems and other techniques to reduce the size and cost of portable
telephones.





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