As readers of Streamline Publishing’s Radio Ink are well aware of, there has been a flurry of public debate and discussion among some of the leading figures of the radio industry on the topic of loosening subcaps — allowing one company to own even more stations in a local market.
The nation’s largest operator, iHeartMedia, is a holdout against lifting these caps. Now, a coalition of 10 radio broadcasting companies have spoken out in support of more consolidation — and have stated they’re OK with a proposal drafted in June by the NAB.
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