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My Favorite Radio CEO

I know what you

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My Favorite Radio CEO

I know what you

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Radio’s Carnac

Johnny Carson used to do a sketch called Carnac The Magnificent in which sidekick Ed McMahon first fed him the answers and "Carnac" then supplied the questions.

McMahon: Anheuser Bush

Carson: Where do you grow Anheuser berries?

Carnac's character was a seer and soothsayer. I thought of him when I received one of the most astonishing emails recently in which a radio executive provided both the questions and answers back before consolidation.

But this email was no laughing matter.

Many of you ask me what I think the industry will look like in the next five or ten years. It

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Radio’s Carnac

Johnny Carson used to do a sketch called Carnac The Magnificent in which sidekick Ed McMahon first fed him the answers and "Carnac" then supplied the questions.

McMahon: Anheuser Bush

Carson: Where do you grow Anheuser berries?

Carnac's character was a seer and soothsayer. I thought of him when I received one of the most astonishing emails recently in which a radio executive provided both the questions and answers back before consolidation.

But this email was no laughing matter.

Many of you ask me what I think the industry will look like in the next five or ten years. It

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Radio After Denial

I was impressed to see C.L. King radio analyst Jim Boyle tell it like it is in his latest analysis of revenue projections.

Boyle said July's 6-7% projected drop in revenues will be radio's 15th straight monthly decline.

Boyle laid out radio executives when he asked the question "what are radio leaders doing to change direction". Here's his response:

Not much, it seems to us. The industry

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Radio After Denial

I was impressed to see C.L. King radio analyst Jim Boyle tell it like it is in his latest analysis of revenue projections.

Boyle said July's 6-7% projected drop in revenues will be radio's 15th straight monthly decline.

Boyle laid out radio executives when he asked the question "what are radio leaders doing to change direction". Here's his response:

Not much, it seems to us. The industry

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