While you’re choking down hot dogs and hamburgers over the holiday weekend, Clear Channel is getting ready to blow up another working part of radio.
More changes to how Clear Channel sells.
Who they are after and who they are not.
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- The Evil Empire is recruiting again but its current or recently RIFed sales people need not apply.
- How salespeople from competitors are being approached for this new type of sales gig that only SpongeBob BossyPants could think up.
- Why this is the exact opposite of the Pandora sales model.
- The recruiter’s actual pitch to working prospects the company is contacting.
- You won’t believe where Clear Channel is harvesting leads to rustle up some candidates for this new sales job.
- Why even a name change to reflect the new strategy is not out of the question.
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