- A $10 million plus scam of major proportions that has shaken the company.
- How they put some of their most compelling air personalities in harm’s way without fully disclosing the risk.
- Even involving their children.
- The story so embarrassing that their “most trusted name in radio news” publication refused to cover it.
- How low iHeart went to bolster billing.
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