Karmazin Blames Sales For Poor Radio Results

McClellan, Steve
April 2003
Broadcasting & Cable;4/28/2003, Vol. 133 Issue 17, p3
Reports on the reasons behind the loss in the sales Infinity Broadcasting of broadcasting company Viacom. Estimated percentages of the decrease in the revenue of radio broadcastings; Reaction of Mel Karmazin, the president of Viacom on the decrease in the revenues; Strategy of Karmazin for the increase in the broadcasting revenues.


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