As you know I lie about everything.
That’s what the Dickeys have accused me of in the happy talk trade press.
I don’t know why, but somehow these bald-faced “lies” keep coming true.
Take my revelation that the Dickey Dynasty was spying on their employees.
That was shocking when I revealed it years ago.
Of course, Cumulus denied it.
Now, we’ve got pictures along with new information that these control freaks are about to step up their efforts to monitor employees everywhere, all day long.
Here’s what I’ve learned.
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- Pictures of actual spy cameras at one of their major market stations – so many that there are few safe havens for employees from being caught on tape.
- What CEO Lew Dickey is threatening to do to make sure his salespeople are going on the calls they say they’re going on.
- How employees in one cluster are creeped out so much they have taken to doing this to protect what’s left of their privacy.
- What happens when you walk into the sales managers office at one Cumulus cluster.
- What’s the next lie that the Dickeys will deny but will come true probably within 12 to 18 months.
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