Clear Channel is $21 billion in debt.
Going down every quarter in sales revenue.
Firing people in response as if they were the reason.
Now we’ve learned that the company that can’t tell the truth is fudging something else.
Bogus sales revenue that gets reported by Miller Kaplan.
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- One market where millions of dollars of phantom revenue is being picked up as real billing credited to Clear Channel.
- The two legitimate companies Clear Channel is apparently deceiving.
- How this smoke and mirrors act is done – this is important if you compete against Clear Channel because your numbers look worse every time they cook their numbers to get them higher.
- How Clear Channel uses this ploy to generate even more millions in other markets.
- Why other companies that use one of their services is getting peanuts while they allegedly spend fake money on their own stations in an apparent attempt to embellish their competitive revenue figures.
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