Wednesday, July 30, 2003

CLEAR CHANNEL REFUSE TO ACCEPT MATHS, DEMAND RECOUNT: We know we shouldn't be happy that Clear Channel's Radio Revenues have fallen, because the chances are it'll make them behave in an even worse fashion than they already do, but we do have a little smirk nonetheless. Clear Channel say its because of the economy, we're hoping that there will be just a smidgin of that drop down to advertisers thinking that the stale radio product offered by Clear isn't the right environment for their products.

What's equally amusing is that Clear Channel say they "refuse to accept negative growth", which is a double mathematical nonesense - saying you don't accept something doesn't make it go away; equally, pretending that shrinking is the more upbeat sounding 'negative growth' is meaningless, too.


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