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Maybe if iHeart would take a look at some of the seven figure salaries it gives executives and some of the seven figure and upper six figure salaries it gives select air talent and start slashing a bit here and there on those maybe some local jock who's making $30,000 a year could keep their job. I guarantee some of those desk jockeys in New York and some of their syndicated talent would miss 30 grand a whole lot less than the guy who is now in the soup line.....but then that would REALLY be a painful and difficult choice for the brass to make and not just words they type to not seem like total heartless and out of touch morons. And for the record I am not a bitter ex-iHeart employee. I can just do simple math.
All this sounds good, but do you understand that it is extremely difficult to go against the existing system? Including in matters of financing, income distribution, etc.
I can't believe people are still using the argument of "Voice Tracking does not equal compelling radio"