One of my "Repeater Reporters" pointed out that Clear Channel's recent job posting for a Chicago/Cleveland producer for the syndicated Valentine in the Morning Show read like a repudiation of President John Slogan Hogan's much-proclaimed Audacity of Localism.
That's what Hogan thinks is his bold initiative to embrace local programming while simultaneously deconstructing local radio one market at a time.
I realize that this job description is for network producer of a Clear Channel syndicated show, but let's look at the language in the posting to get a feel for what their audacity really is.
Audacity is defined as "the&hellip
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