Radio groups that operate in small and mid-size markets are revaluating whether they want to renew their ratings contracts in light of what they say is lower ROI from their ratings investments and a need to cut costs during a global pandemic that has severely eroded ad revenues. Group heads say the cost of ratings are out whack with their revenues, especially in today’s depressed marketplace. Read more
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