Is the CBS bombshell the sale of 1/3 of all their stations?
I believe CBS is not long for the radio business not based on what Les Moonves is saying publicly but what CBS employees are revealing privately.
Here is the latest I am hearing from the ground about secret things from sources within CBS causing real concern for their future.
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- Draconian cuts coming to CBS stations not being shopped – rolling firings, they’re not even layoffs. Worse.
- Thousands of sellers are about to have their pockets picked again by corporate. You’re the first to know. Here’s how it will work.
- Why even Cumulus sellers are refusing to cross the street and work for CBS Radio now.
- The CBS plan to deal with the program director’s job from now on.
- The way CBS Radio is taking down their competitors as they slice and dice their way out of the radio business.
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