Radio revenue is down 1% for April.
Revenue for the year will likely be flat or plus 1% -- that’s the best it can do.
Lew Dickey launched an all-news radio station in Atlanta that sounded better on day one than Randy Michaels’ stations did.
Does that make Lew a better PD than Randy or does it make him a better manager than The Noise You Can’t Ignore? After all, Michaels dispatched COO Walter Sabo after only six weeks even though Michaels had no credible news background.
All questions I will answer.
But if you think for one minute that I have not noticed Warren Buffett buying up local newspapers, you would be wrong.
I’m going to share with you what’s up with that because it is a warning signal everyone in media should heed.
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- Has Warren Buffett all of a sudden gone dumb? Is he getting old and farty? What does Warren Buffett think he knows that we ought to pay attention to? I’ll lay it out and you decide.
- The one thing Buffett looks for that newspapers have and radio does not – at least in his view.
- Why Buffett would never buy a radio station – and it’s not what you’re thinking.
- And, I will answer the question is Lew Dickey a better program director than Randy Michaels? Believe it or not, there are some people who would say yes. I’ll explain.
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