Clear Channel is not telling the whole truth about their mounting debt.
To listen to their fourth quarter revenue results, you would think they have matters under control.
But no – it’s worse than they’re letting on.
And yes – it’s bad news for their employees.
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- The five options Clear Channel has left to keep them afloat over the next few years – most of these have not been publicly discussed before now.
- The truth serum for claims that the 4% increase in revenue is actually real.
- That $16 billion in unpayable debt that we’ve reported is inaccurate – it just went up to this.
- Outdoor can save Clear Channel’s bacon, right?
- What Clear Channel left out of its 4th quarter numbers that the company called “transformational”.
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