It happened on a recent manager’s conference call.
Not meant for your ears.
A plan to trap its own employees.
Snag the snitches who dislike Pittman.
What suddenly got Bob Pittman’s panties in a bunch.
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- The threat to dispense false information about a company that is partially public and in violation of Federal law.
- What Bob Pittman did when one of his lemmings made the threat in the call.
- The impossible thing that Clear Channel is asking managers to do.
- What is not being said publicly – what Pittman doesn’t want anyone to know about Clear Channel’s future plans.
- The truth about sales RIFs.
- The two biggest targets for layoffs.
- The fate of the regional calling centers and local sellers.
- Those programming RIFs that were scheduled too close to the sales RIFs.
- The one thing Clear Channel will sell for sure and the other that they will consolidate.
- Why Pittman is suddenly concerned about something his employees have been doing since he took over – Bobby leaks.
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