- Over indebtedness and failure to monetize scaled down on-air content are responsible for a virtual collapse of radio monopolies as growth businesses.
- The on-air content they are moving toward.
- A new twist on out of market management.
- And yes, they’re going there – sales shakeup in advance of the recession.
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Previously: Townsquare Distances Itself from Radio… Audacy Burning Cash and Adding Debt … Saga’s Hidden Problems … What Now for Audacy … iHeart Stalling Another Bankruptcy … Preview of Tomorrow’s Audacy Revenue Reveal … iHeart Targeting Audacy … “Commercial-Free” Hours Killing Morning Shows… Cumulus Masquerading 3rd Quarter Fail … Scott Shannon’s Forced Retirement … The Future of Free Radio
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