iHeartMedia Layoffs Could Top 1000

iHeartMedia, America’s largest commercial radio conglomerate, is undergoing a major restructuring alongside widespread layoffs that may include as many as 850 jobs. “Any smaller to medium market in the country. Continue reading

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WED. BRIEF: iHeartMedia Layoffs • Pet Playlists • Instagram DMs • Joue • More

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FRI. BRIEF: YouTube Shifts Copyright Claims • Counterfeit CDs On Amazon • Spotify vs iHeartRadio • More

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IHeartMedia [IHRT] Stock Falls On Market Debut

T he largest radio conglomerate in the US, iHeartMedia,  became a publicly-traded company again on Thursday, are launching its direct listing.  Shares of the company, which just recently emerged from. Continue reading

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Apple Music Seeks Black Radio Listeners In Potential iHeartMedia Deal [Kori Hale]

In a bid to build closer ties with black radio listeners, it appears Apple may be in the market to purchase steak in iHeartMedia a network which, despite its financial. Continue reading

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iHeartRadio MMVAs 2018 – Fill Winners List

The 2018 iHeartRadio MMVAs were held Sunday night in the heart of downtown Toronto. Hosted by YouTube star and actress Awkwafina, the show featured a star-studded lineup.

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WED. BRIEF: iHeartRadio Reaches 120M • Tim Cook On Curation • Unreleased Prince • More

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THU. BRIEF: Sonos IPO • iHeart Reports Revenue • Musical.ly, TikTok Merge • More

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TUE. BRIEF: Spotify: Plans Leak, Apple Curator Defects • KEXP Scores $10M • iHeart Expands Playlist Radio •

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Bankrupt iHeartMedia Owes Musicians Millions

Included in the mountains of documents filed in preparation for last night's iHeartMedia bankruptcy were lists of unpaid bills. Alongside $20 billion in debts to bondholders were performing rights organizations,. Continue reading

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