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It just wasn't advertised correctly, according to Clear Channel Communications CEO Bob Pittman . I think radio did a very poor job of marketing itself, and everybody started talking all about the shiny new things, the MTV creator said to Adweek.
The native Southerner and C-suite veteran, who was semi-retired a few years ago and overseeing private equity firm Pilot Group , was looking for a canny investment, a hidden gem with undiscovered value and untapped potential. He didn't want a flabby
When Bob Pittman, chief executive of Clear Channel Communications, is presented with an idea, he will often ask his employees what those who disagree with the idea will say. "The first time you do that, somebody might say, 'Well, everybody's on board.
November 16, 2013 This interview with Bob Pittman, chairman and chief executive of Clear Channel Communications, was conducted and condensed by Adam Bryant. Earl Wilson/The New York Times Bob Pittman is chairman and chief executive of Clear Channel
Famed media mogul Bob Pittman is betting Marissa Mayer let the wrong guy go when she took over Yahoo in the summer of 2012...In that meeting, Heckman laid-out a radical vision for Yahoo...He wanted to sell Yahoo's search and ad tech businesses, and
Michelle Gray/London Ent/Splash Bob Pittman While TV is "wonderful," TV spots draw three times the ad rates of radio, even though "all the studies show the impact is about the same," says Bob Pittman. The radio industry still has much upside when it
Romke Hoogwaerts / Inc.com CEO of PureWow Ryan Harwood with some of his 25 (all-female) employees...Ryan Harwood got his idea for a business from watching his college buddy Ben Lerer. After graduating from the University of Pennsylvania, (apparently,
The Berlin School of Creative Leadership and Clear Channel Media and Entertainment announced today the launch of the Clear Channel Scholarship for Leadership in Audio Innovation program. The winner will receive a full-tuition scholarship (worth 53,
Three years after making an investment in the sometimes maligned Clear Channel, the largest radio company in the United States, he's the CEO . In a phone interview with CNN, his Mississippi twang contrasting with his rapid-fire delivery, Pittman
Nowadays, radio is more corporate and buttoned up, which has made DJing and programming a harder job. On the one hand, people complain that radio sucks -- it's generic and boring and the DJs all sound the same, the music all sounds the same, even the