They have radio burdened with debt. He just bought a digital streamer that has no debt and has made money from day 1. They need what he’s having. Does Dickey need radio?
Fake Local is about to be replaced by personalized radio
Owners are on board with a new type of cost-cutting with a name (personalized radio) that seems as sacred as The Patriot Act. What are they hiding?
The end of bankruptcy, the beginning of uncertainty at iHeart
To hear Bob Pittman tell it, they’ve survived bankruptcy and it is back to business as usual in a few more months. For a guy who frequently enhances the truth, is he telling it this time?
#1 in Billboard with no radio airplay
This is a bad precedent that caught the radio industry sleeping at the wheel. Study the way this unknown artist just recently went to the top of the album 200 without airplay or for that matter actual album sales. Then don’t let it happen again because the record industry is watching.
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