- Why Audacy is not cutting expenses faster given their financial problems.
- How iHeart is taking market share from competitors even as their own revenue declines.
- iHeart fuzzy math about a 4th quarter turnaround clarified.
- Bob Pittman caught speaking candidly about his radio group’s future.
- It’s what iHeart and Audacy are NOT saying that is concerning – two examples.
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