Today’s story about whether there is a future for subscription radio is a great time to join our group. Here’s what you will get …
- Why is everyone getting into subscription radio and music when relatively few are willing to pay for it?
- BOB PITTMAN: iHeart’s pay radio will help broadcast.
- LEW DICKEY: Radio is dead because it can’t pull off subscriptions. Is Lew right?
- SUBSCRIPTION RADIO THAT WORKS FOR MILLENNIALS
- What is likely to happen to iHeart’s competitors if iHeart Radio Plus succeeds in spite of everyone laughing at them.
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- Scripps Sell-off Disaster
- The Dickey Cumulus Hostile Takeover
- The Entercom Management Fail
- iHeart’s Bully Bankruptcy Move Backfires
- A Second Cumulus Bankruptcy
- Cumulus Rate War Against Competitors
- Newspapers Buying Radio Stations
- Cumulus Orders More Trade
- The iHeart Breakup
- Cumulus Management Consolidation