Poll

How many more radio stations will Snoorge Snoory lose this year ? ...

One
0 (0%)
Ten
4 (33.3%)
a 100
1 (8.3%)
several hundreds
1 (8.3%)
he'll get lost trying to FIND a gas station after driving into a strange well lit portal ...
3 (25%)
As many radio stations there are on the planet.
1 (8.3%)
Your choice. Come up with your own.
0 (0%)
Also bus stations, train stations, stationery, Stations Casinos, the list is endless !
2 (16.7%)
Other
0 (0%)

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Snoorge losing radio stations.
« on: March 07, 2013, 03:03:20 AM »

I think I found Snoory's portal ...



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Re: Snoorge losing radio stations.
« Reply #1 on: March 07, 2013, 12:10:59 PM »
If I'm not mistaken Noory has actually shown a slight increase in number of stations which carry him. This isn't the good news it might seem, because it was made necessary , in what could be just the beginning, by big-watt stations in cities with huge markets dropping him. He's getting little stations with much smaller markets to try to backfill the loss. So it might look like he's making strides, but he's got a massive loss of listership since AB's day. Which means revenue. But obviously it's enough for Premiere. (I've often wondered why Noory's mediocre-at-best performance is satisfactory to Premiere shareholders...assuming Prem is publicly traded). The important number is not stations, but nightly/weekly listeners, accurate numbers for which are difficult to get unless you pay to get them from a service like Arbitron (didn't Nielsen buy them?). It looks to me like George is getting bad news on listeners, because the only data C2C listeners can get is that which is publicly available from the Talkers mag. If the Arbitron news was great, rest assured we'd be seeing it.

Re: Snoorge losing radio stations.
« Reply #2 on: March 07, 2013, 02:09:33 PM »
It's also becoming common for broadcasters to simulcast on an AM and an FM station. Usually the AM transmitter is in one part of town and the FM in another.  They do that because, as the suburbs spread out, the signal of one station cannot cover the entire metro area.  I think that's how his station numbers have increased.


Re: Snoorge losing radio stations.
« Reply #3 on: March 07, 2013, 02:27:53 PM »





Premiere Radio Networks has been acquired by CCMO: US. They're losing money.


Here's the link from Bloomberg.


www.bloomberg.com/quote/CCMO:US


I have an idea. Everyone who can on Coast Gab buy 1 share of stock in the company. It is $ 2.75 a share so it won't break anyone's budget. Then write them NOT as a listener but as a stockholder. Companies will ignore listeners. But they do pay attention to upset stockholders.















   
  Company Profile & Key Executives for CCMO 


CC Media Holdings, Inc. owns broadcasting and outdoor advertising businesses. The Company owns radio stations and billboards




Mark Pitman Mays Chairman


Randall T Mays Vice Chairman
Robert W Pittman "Bob" Chief Executive Officer


Thomas W Casey "Tom" Exec VP/CFO





 
 
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Clear Channel Communications, Inc.
200 East Basse Road
San Antonio, Texas 78209-8328

What is the phone number?
(210) 822-2828

What is the email address?
investorrelations@clearchannel.com


CC Media Holdings, Inc. (CCMO)
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  Clear Channel Outdoor Holdings, Inc. (CCO)
- NYSE



CC Media Holdings, Inc. (CCMO)
- OTC Markets


  Clear Channel Outdoor Holdings, Inc. (CCO)
- NYSE


Re: Snoorge losing radio stations.
« Reply #4 on: March 07, 2013, 02:38:42 PM »
Premier has been owned by Cheap Channel for a long time - at least a decade.  This is probably just a corporate restructuring.