David Field spent money recently for the advice of Bain Capital on how to run Entercom.
Never mind that Bain is the genius behind iHeart’s $20 billion bankruptcy.
And a main investor in Nielsen the singlehandedly most controversial way to measure real radio audiences.
What’s in the works starting soon.
Now that David has had a few weeks to digest the gist of the Bain recommendations, he’s ready to implement them and both legacy Entercom and newly-purchased CBS Radio have plenty of reasons to be concerned.
Whose jobs will not be safe under the Bain recommendations -- six job descriptions will either be virtually eliminated or drastically cut back and when it will take place.
What functions will not be affected at Entercom even after enacting Bain’s suggestions.
Bain’s recommendations on employee compensation.
And talent fees.
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