- Pay and benefits that are unlike Audacy’s stingy reputation.
- Dig deeper into an actual new contract (since the new year).
- Learn who is fortunate enough to get this type of compensation.
- First acknowledgement that there could be a change of control ahead.
- Where this leaves the expected RIFs due first quarter.
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