- First good look at their rate of cash burn.
- The revenue they need to generate just to pay their bills.
- They sold WDRQ, Detroit for $10 million for quick cash – what’s on the block now?
- What they have in mind by promising to retrain the sales force.
- Why they are gutting many of their stations.
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