iHeart has been on the brink of bankruptcy for a long time.
And no one is denying it.
In fact, Bob Pittman is embracing it publicly.
So then why are they plodding along doing everything they can to avoid it?
- It doesn’t make sense but it reportedly has nothing to do with business and everything to do with a cover-up.
- Who are they protecting and why?
- Ironically any iHeart bankruptcy now has a “drop dead” date – literally. I’ll explain and you’ll never look at the threatened iHeart bankruptcy the same.
- If overwhelming interest rates, declining revenue and low operating cash is not enough to trigger an iHeart bankruptcy, then what is?
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- Townsquare’s Non-Turnaround
- Pittman’s Blueprint for iHeart
- Entercom’s Accelerated Layoffs
- The Sale of Universal Music Group
- What Cumulus is Hiding
- Numbers Tell a Sobering Story on Entercom
- iHeart Firing Employees for Its New Owner
- Entercom Now Outsourcing to India
- Entercom’s Market Meltdown