Cumulus recently hired a non-radio guy to set up a direct buying plan to bypass local selling.
Now sources close to Clear Channel reveal a plot that may even be illegal that screws salespeople out of their full commissions.
And they’re getting away with it.
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- How long Clear Channel has been fooling with commission rates.
- What a document called “commission rates for 2012” is and how it is used to rob employees of their earnings.
- How Clear Channel changes rates hourly like airlines and what happens to their sellers when they do.
- Amazing examples of how the company punishes its sellers even as it sometimes encourages smaller buys – that’s insane!
- How Clear Channel is asking for an employee lawsuit as a new California law now spells potential trouble.
- Cumulus’ plan to dodge seller commissions and deal directly with advertisers.
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