Sheryl Crow was wrong.

The first cut isn

Record Labelsǃ

Somehow you just get the feeling that record industry executives who haven't been able to shoot straight for the last ten years are getting ready to reload and fire.


They are set to go beyond the obvious cockamamie ideas, like Interscope/Geffen/A&M Chairman Jimmy Iovine

The Repercussions of Banker Radio

Yesterday, Randall Mays stepped down, fell down or was brought down from the in-over-his-head position as CFO of Clear Channel.



It happened again yesterday.

Emmis pulled another fan favorite off the air at KIHT, St. Louis to become more music intensive or, in non-coded language, to pander to Arbitron

Pre-packaged Bankruptcy for Citadel

If you want to know how Citadel CEO Farid "Fagreed" Suleman is going to avoid filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy January 15th when he can't pay $150 million in debt, here's the answer.

It appears the fix is on right now to emerge with a pre-packaged bankruptcy for Citadel.

That is, it happens fast.

Everything is predictable because it has been negotiated in advance and it's kind of like having the honeymoon before the wedding.

Without this maneuver, Citadel throws its fate into the hands of a bankruptcy judge who is likely to appoint caretakers to preside over Citadel while a plan is drawn up to emerge from&hellip

Hybrid Radio

Prius, the part electric, part gas powered automobile, has been a successful model for Toyota in a changing world of high gasoline prices and concerns about the environment.

Other companies have responded to Toyota


If Citadel is so close to bankruptcy, then why is CEO Farid Suleman continuing to fire employees?

Can Farid fire enough people to save the $150 million that is due to lenders in January