Saga, Ed Christian, and Steve Goldstein rank high on my list of the most admired, fastidious and committed radio broadcasters.
a shock to read that they've gone from being leading members of the Arbitron Affiliates Advisory Council to the subject of a lawsuit by the ratings giant.
If Saga is guilty, who among us isn't guilty of something that Arbitron's attorneys decide is worth making business life difficult?
This one is going to be worth watching, and yet most Arbitron legal actions against non-subscribing stations are kept under wraps, so we may never know the outcome in court.
Meanwhile, the list of generonyms just grew by one more word.
Don't even think of calling it "an ARB bonus" in internal staff memos or employment contracts unless you are an Arbitron subscriber!
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