J.J. Kenny Co. yesterday announced a new computer system capable of consolidating the firm's various municipal information services on one screen at prices as much as 50% below current Kenny fees.

The new computer service, called the McGraw-Hill Municipal Screen, will allow clients to use the Kenny-base and Kennyquote data systems on the same screen as the firm's official statement repository, Kennyalert service, and other company products, according to J. Kevin Kenny, president of the firm. The screen also will give users on-line access to Standard & Poor's Corp.'s The Blue List and Cusip Service Bureau.

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