Now, would be a good time.
But it looks like David Field is slow to wake up and take note of the reality as clear as the Nielsen’s under his nose.
A pandemic, racial strife we haven’t seen since the 1960’s, and a divisive election year. It’s an ongoing news cycle that should be drawing new ears to the Entercom all-news stations.
If, listeners could find them.
He’s got the FM stations to make the switch and simulcast AM news, but why is Field so reluctant when news accounts for a great deal of revenue from Entercom’s CBS Radio merger.
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