The Rise of Unions in Media

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  • Will the SAG/AFTRA and screenwriters strike stimulate a union movement to save radio jobs?
  • How they would go about unionizing against iHeart, Audacy, Cumulus and others.
  • Bubbling under: What we know about current attempts to organize against radio consolidators.
  • The most probable unionization targets – in order.

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