- Financial troubles based on declining auto sales, a main component of the satellite network’s growth is spurring layoffs that will become evident over the next few weeks.
- What went wrong with the satellite monopoly that was supposed to be the next great thing in radio – remember? AM, FM and that’s how the name XM was born.
- But wait: In these ways, satellite is dragging down terrestrial radio, too.
- And the behind-the-scenes greedy tricks coming from auto manufacturers that threaten satellite and even terrestrial radio.
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Previously: 5 Warning Signs at Audacy … Feds Nail iHeart for Fake Ads … Townsquare’s Next Head Fake … Amazon’s Commercial Free Podcast Blitz … Only 2 Radio Groups are Profitable … iHeart Deal Buzz … Could Audacy’s Board Do a Disney CEO Firing? … Audacy & Beasley Destroy their Vegas Station Swap … Radio’s Role in Taylor Swift’s Success … A Recession Would Trip Radio Layoffs … Shakeup in Station Management …
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