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And then comes Chapter 11.
Chapter 11 is a method of “Socialism” to help out corporations that have Financial Problems.
So does this make Lars Larson a Socialist now?
I don’t know when it happened, but it appears that Cooper Banks is also gone from KXL.
Maybe if Lars Larson and John Canzano took pay cuts maybe some others could stay. Oh that’s to obvious.
Wait this was posted in 2019. You mean we are being lied to that it wasn’t COVID-19 that caused this recession as it was already happening before 2020?
I am shocked!!! Not Really.
There are have been significant parties released at Entercom, iheart, etc. since last year.
The revamping is every where. Certain guaranteed annual spots are drying up. Millennials and Gen-Z just stream, not great for advertisers. If you look at Billy Eilish, she hasn’t even sold a million of anything. But she does have over a billion stream hits.
So consider writing the obit radio, it’s already going, going,
(Just look at TV, all of the increases (and quality) is in streaming. The Big 4 have been gone for years, it isn’t even on life support any longer.)
Look at this way. They are broadcasting Thom Hartmann’s show, as a X-Ray feed. Otherwise KUIK is on their one.
Good news is Jayne Carroll is long gone.
Why are you guys behind on this issue. tunegenie can be used as a great tool for those who wish to receive payola.
Does it work, of course. Are those who are paying getting their monies worth, of course not. As has been posted here radio and television viewing has dropped by more than 50% over the past two decades, but the cost of advertising keeps on creeping up.
Thousands of businesses have invested money into this medium because the head of their marketing departments are baby boomers. As the GenXers start taking over marketing departments, good bye radio.
A thousand? They don’t even have one hundred yet and they have been at this for close to seven years.
According to his Facebook Page he left IHeartmedia earlier today. Moved on or moved out?