It’s not just another bad quarter, it’s worse …
Today, I’m getting into why iHeart has been so quiet lately.
- The numbers that portend the future are scary, forecasts for next year concerning.
- Their stock price: down 71% and no one is talking.
- Concerns about how iHeart is being restructured.
- The effects of non-seller programmatic buying.
- A problem bigger than their whopping $6 billion in debt that another bankruptcy cannot cure.
The answers start here
Click to read: Cumulus Q3 Revenue Reveal … The 2 Never-Mentioned Radio Bankruptcies … Changes in Musical Listening Habits … Greg Ashlock’s iHeart Demotion … Beasley Faces Stock Delisting … iHeart Investors Sensing Something Troubling …. Modernizing Radio … What Audacy Bankruptcy Means for Employees … Calculating Audacy’s Bankruptcy Date… Horizontal Radio Monopolies … Relaxation of Ownership Rules is Back On … Potential Buyer Awaits Audacy Bankruptcy… New SiriusXM
Talk to me in confidence here.
- Audacy’s Troubled Bankruptcy Talks
- The Fix is in for Radio Boards of Directors
- A Surprising Winner in Post-Pandemic Radio Revenue
- Radio’s Cash Infusion Secrets
- One Side Ready to Blink in Audacy Bankruptcy
- What if Audacy Employees Threaten to Leave Unless Board Quits
- Unraveling at Urban One
- iHeart Trade/Barter Secrets
- New Cash Crisis at Audacy
- What iHeart Is Covering Up