You’ve heard me say that the coronavirus was a gift handed to radio owners.
Under the cover of a worldwide pandemic, COVID gave failing radio groups a way to quickly paralyze employee costs through furloughs, firings and layoffs.
These cutbacks will be permanent.
It’s the survivors who now have a lot to worry about.
At least one radio group is dead serious about shutting down most of their studios and offices and operating off a model so new that radio stations have never seen the likes of such a plan.
- Blowback Over Audacy’s $825,000 Employee Contract
- Programming to Short Attention Spans
- How ChatGPT Can Help a Radio Station
- Radio Groups Pressured to Cut Staff
- Video Podcasts More Popular Than Audio
- How Radio Will Beat FTC’s Non-Compete Ban
- Audacy Bankruptcy Becoming More Likely
- Townsquare May Shut More AM Stations
- Audacy On a Spending Spree
- iHeart Suckers 43 Air Personalities