1993: Companies Were Firing Their Own Customers

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7 Responses to “1993: Companies Were Firing Their Own Customers”

  1. Angelo Says:

    love this one.
    Where are the radio archives?

  2. Angelo Says:

    love this one.
    Where are the radio archives?

  3. Ted Rall Says:

    I can’t post them because I don’t own them. They belong to Clear Channel Communications.

  4. Anonymous Says:

    “I can’t post them because I don’t own them. They belong to Clear Channel Communications.”

    – Ted Rall

    Ah yes, the sh@ttiest radio station owner of them all…the only owner I’ve ever heard of that set up an Air America outlet (KLSD-AM in San Diego), ran it poorly, then replaced it with a sports station in market dominated by sports stations! They need to be broken up.

    – Strelnikov

  5. Anonymous Says:

    “I can’t post them because I don’t own them. They belong to Clear Channel Communications.”

    – Ted Rall

    Ah yes, the sh@ttiest radio station owner of them all…the only owner I’ve ever heard of that set up an Air America outlet (KLSD-AM in San Diego), ran it poorly, then replaced it with a sports station in market dominated by sports stations! They need to be broken up.

    – Strelnikov

  6. Marion Delgado Says:

    strelnikov: that was ClearChannel’s MO.

    They did that with show after show – Marc Maron comes to mind – at station after station.

    The game was, sports talk is still talk. Hence, you can say you’re replacing it with an equally or more popular talk show. you just don’t bother replacing the right-wing talk shows, is all.

    That’s the wisdom of the market.

  7. Marion Delgado Says:

    strelnikov: that was ClearChannel’s MO.

    They did that with show after show – Marc Maron comes to mind – at station after station.

    The game was, sports talk is still talk. Hence, you can say you’re replacing it with an equally or more popular talk show. you just don’t bother replacing the right-wing talk shows, is all.

    That’s the wisdom of the market.

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