Cox Radioǃ

Bob Neil, President and CEO of Cox Radio has been changing the sales structure of his radio group for about the past 12 months in an attempt to respond to changing times.

Most recently, the final piece of the puzzle was completed at the Atlanta cluster.

The revised sales strategy is significant and I thought you

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How to Get 35% More Radio Audience and Go Broke

Last week, Inside Radio reported that researcher John Snyder presented a new study at the Arbitron Fly-In that supposedly is everything you need to know about spot placement in a People Meter world.

It

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Cumulus Invents Hifiring

From the radio group that brought you sales meetings with spy cameras comes the latest innovation in Harvard educated CEO Lew Dickey's arsenal of weapons.

It is called Hifiring.

That's the art of hiring people at the very same time the company fires an equal or greater number of employees.

 

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The Vanishing Car Radio

Broadcasters should be concerned about the changes ahead next year in what used to be called the car radio.

Today, it

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It

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Farid Suleman’s Immaculate Deception

Late yesterday afternoon The Wall Street Journal reported what you and I already knew which was Citadel CEO Farid "Fagreed" Suleman is preparing to file for bankruptcy by the end of the year.

Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays -- now that The Journal reported it, it must be true.

Even as you read this Citadel is seeking lender approval of a prearranged Chapter 11 bankruptcy.

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TV Is Acting Like Radio

I like Jay Leno.

But Jay Leno stripped at 10 pm is bombing.

Local NBC affiliates are taking the hit with Leno as their late news lead-in and when you lose audience at bedtime, the TV station is not on your channel for the lucrative morning news and fluff shows that permeate television.

Television is acting like radio.

In the past 13 years of consolidation the good and solid programs, formats and personalities that audiences and advertisers loved have given way to Repeater Radio, networked shows to save money and God-awful voice tracking that may sound live but isn

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