Lew Dickey is armed with a $200 million blank check and a reported ability to raise $1.5 billion to build a new Modern Media company around radio assets.
But why would he want to be a little player, arriving too late to give himself a chance?
Instead, based on loose lips from people close to Dickey, he’s planning to do something that if he actually follows through could be very viable.
- The strategy that prevents his new company from making the mistakes Cumulus made.
- A sampling of the assets Lew could buy.
- Where Lew would NOT buy.
- How he might partner with his former company, Cumulus.
- Any other assets but radio?
- What about brother Fredo – does he have a future at Modern Media.
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