The post Vegas iHeart management meeting layoffs are officially under way.
In a big way.
One major market lost one-third of its sellers yesterday alone.
We now know enough to suggest which employees are being targeted at other iHeart stations.
If you’re already a subscriber, thank you for joining our group. Just click through and unlock the content.
If you’ve been thinking about subscribing and would like to access this story, here is what you will get.
- The straightforward honest account of reported serial firings in one of iHeart’s most important markets. Spitting in their faces of employees on the way out the door.
- Which type of salesperson is being targeted – all the victims of yesterday’s massacre were this particular type of seller.
- For now, the one kind of account exec who can breathe a sigh of relief – not likely to be targeted for now.
- No inexperienced sellers got axed yesterday but a 29-year vet did – you should know what they were being offered in severance.
- Remember that warning not to take iHeart’s online employee questionnaire this year? How that may have come into play with yesterday’s firings.
The answers begin here.
If you would like to read this story, see an option to gain access to my entire archive of 2,981 pieces and get daily email delivery, see your choices here …
Report news here. $100 for the best tip of the month. $1,000 for the best tip of the year.
Talk to Jerry privately here.
My Philly Conference is next week – reserve a seat here.
Sign up to get these teasers every day for free here
About Inside Music Media: Read by more people than any other media newsletter of its kind. Contains no advertising. Is insightful, deadly honest, entertaining and informative. Accepts no corporate money. And is beholden only to subscribers.
- Jeff Smulyan Torches Bob Pittman
- A Cumulus Threat to Market Managers
- Blowback Over Audacy’s $825,000 Employee Contract
- Programming to Short Attention Spans
- How ChatGPT Can Help a Radio Station
- Radio Groups Pressured to Cut Staff
- Video Podcasts More Popular Than Audio
- How Radio Will Beat FTC’s Non-Compete Ban
- Audacy Bankruptcy Becoming More Likely
- Townsquare May Shut More AM Stations