I know, I know – they’re ALL unsafe except for the greedy bastards at corporate doing all the firing.
But some jobs are safer than others as you’re about to see and some, well – the handwriting is on the wall.
But one position is being targeted for elimination this year and when one group discovers a new way to cut costs, they all usually follow.
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- It’s a new category – people radio groups stayed away from for the past ten years.
- Clusterf@#ks: 30 people fired in one market alone, only 5 left standing and these savings are without eliminating this job that they are jonsing to get rid of.
- What about multiple market program directors? Safe now that so many have been fired or unsafe?
- iHeart has automated selling, but there are still some sellers who they can’t fire -- or can they?
- The job you don’t want to have in radio because – and I’m saying it publicly – because owners are coming to take you away.
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