You have to feel for radio people who are stuck working for consolidated radio companies that don't seem to know what to do next.
Some readers write to tell me that they want to remain positive and do the best that they can -- and I think that's probably a smart move.
But if you're still scratching your head wondering what these group CEOs are doing, maybe I can shed some light on it.
They never intended to be operating radio groups 12 years after consolidation began.
They were in it to make their money and sell out -- at a profit, of course.
For a time, they believed that further&hellip
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