The wheels are coming off.
They are burning through cash at a record pace.
Their big markets are down 12% or more in revenue.
No prospect of breaking even by the end of the year.
Then how is it possible to pay your debt down by $2.5 billion?
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- How Clear Channel got their debt to under $20 billion for the first time since Lee & Bain acquired the company.
- And that’s turning in two lousy revenue quarters and tracking down for the rest of the year – how is it possible?
- Why now? The reason Clear Channel is under pressure to get that number under $20 billion even if they have to use this trick.
- Why Bressler refuses to break out radio revenue for analysts.
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