4.10.2012

Cumulus: The Power Of Radio



Mark Davis is gone from WBAP.  Jeff Bolton is gone from WFAA KLIF. Grubes is gone from The Ticket. And Cumulus is no longer carrying the syndicated "Coast to Coast" (the former Art Bell show -- "East of the Rockies, you're on the air.")

Money must be tight at Cumulus. At least we thought it was until the above SEC filing.

I wonder how Davis and Bolton feel about "free market" and "capitalism" now?

12 comments:

Anonymous said...

Prolly the same as last week
Idiot.

Anonymous said...

I would expect that statement from you,Barry
Sheesh.

Anonymous said...

God bless the free market and God bless you, Barry!

Country Club Corebee said...

I can't believe you said that, Rhynes!

Anonymous said...

Amazes me how corporations can be goin' down the tubes, but the CEOs never fail to get their raises--and I'm a "conservative Republican"! No matter your affiliation, greed never makes for wise financial decisions.

Anonymous said...

9:59 and 10:02 = butthurt neo-nazi conservative a-holes.

Anonymous said...

Skippy,How do you feel about free market and capitalism? It is probably serving you very nicely isn't it?

Anonymous said...

So what, this guy probably made decisions along the way to keep Cumulus profitable. Cutting the fat was likely part of those decisions. On the surface it looks bad, but if you had the privy of looking at all the financials you might sing a different tune.

Anonymous said...

12:57 Jealous much? Come work for me. Please Please Please so I can fire your a## for being so dumb.

Anonymous said...

Bolton left KLIF, not WFAA. And while you may have meant it in a tongue and cheek way, Grubes left The Ticket on his own and that says nothing about the financial state of Cumulus.

Anonymous said...

1:57, Weenies make up their own facts. Just check out NBC or MSNBC sometime.

Anonymous said...

They stopped playing Beck too. Uh...they are making me not listen. Stupid management.