“The summer I was 15, I helped build a Clear Channel radio station in San Antonio. My father, then the chief executive, had called the contractor and asked if he could use some help, and the man said he could use all the bodies he could get. No wonder, at the wages he paid a teenager.” Mark Mays talks about the business in the New York Times.
Pattiz: Podcasting’s Inflection Point Is Yet to Come
Syndication innovator talks about PodcastOne and the intersection of the format and radio