- Listening has been eroding for years during consolidation due to content decisions made by lenders and hedge funds more interested in cutting costs than attracting new listeners – turns out listeners want something very different.
- Here’s what they have to say about firing Scott Shannon.
- If you have to run commercials, here’s what goes over best.
- How do you play more variety when Nielsen rewards you for playing the more familiar hits?
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