iHeart Accused of Buying Podcast Audiences

  • The way they fool clueless advertisers AND charge them a premium
  • What they’ve spent and made in Podscam
  • The potential fraud and ethics issues
  • Doing this on stale episodes – guess how old the content is?

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Previously: Warshaw’s Double Acquisition RollupFirst Look at 3rd Quarter Revenue ProjectionsThe Street Expects Audacy to Sell “Prized” StationsSurprise: Young People Prefer Talk RadioSpotify’s Pivot to Audio BooksAudacy Hiring Cheaper While Laying OffHeadwinds in Cox Radio SelloffWhy Audacy Continues to Deny BankruptcyLate-Stage ConsolidationExpanded Firings on the Table at Audacy

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