I really thought that the election of President Obama would push me over into the moderate column, but the GOP has been fucking reprehensible lately. They are almost going out of their way to be out of touch. How the fuck is tax cuts going to help us? For business owners who are running at […]
No. But goddammit they are gonna try. The tickets will be brisk, the show will be seen as a success, the industry will over react, and it will collapse into a gigantic mess.
Swell. EchoStar Corp. has reportedly acquired a large amount of Sirius XM Radio's debts, leading to speculation that the satellite TV company is plotting a takeover of the troubled satcaster. The Wall Street Journal's sources say that EchoStar owner Charles Ergen has acquired part of $300 million in Sirius debt, which will mature on February 17 […]
4G? My goddamn iPhone is going to be obsolete AGAIN.
Who knew paying taxes was optional? I always thought that if I was a single day late, I would be strung from the highest tree by my testicles. Now a third Obama cabinet member is getting harangued for not paying their taxes. What the fuck?
I really like Greater Media. It seems like they are a company that does things right and has some very strong properties. I live near Detroit, Greater Media has ALL of the cards here. CEO Peter Smyth even writes a column on the company website called "From the Corner Office". He sounds the alarm bell: […]
Way to go Joe Schwartz, CEO of Cherry Creek Broadcasting. I like it. In today's Taylor on Radio (a fine publication which I recommend everyone look at), the CEO Cherry Creek Radio says that slashing rates never works: Giving away free stuff, and doing nonsensical promotions that drive audience away from your stations won't work […]
When you compare it to this guy. How about throwing something away you fucking packrat?
Sean Ross wrote a blog on his company web site about national radio and how it is still a viable form of media. He argues that national radio can really blow your skirt up if it is done correctly. Quote: To say that national radio could be better isn't to be against great local radio, […]