The Race to Rebrand Radio

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  • The guardrails for stations looking to successfully rebrand.
  • The important step most stations skip over.
  • Lessons from Starbucks, Gap and Twitter’s rebrand.
  • Now it can be told: the reason consolidators pushed to replace radio with audio.
  • The radio group that reportedly renamed a major market powerhouse based on the CEO’s wife’s preference.

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