Competing Against Failed Radio Groups

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  • The low-lying fruit – two areas to hit your formerly bankrupt or soon-to-be bankrupt competitor with and get relatively quick results.
  • Smarter planning for the more aggressive radio owner or executive – failed groups will skip this part because it costs a little investment money.
  • Only for the brave – worth a read because these ideas take guts not so much money.
  • The number one (and only) question to ask a group when brainstorming for new radio ideas.
  • And the most preferred contest prize that radio never offers.

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