|The two most controversial agitators are on the verge of getting dumped from one of the largest radio corporations in the country. Cumulus Radio, Inc. has considered dropping King Hippo and That Guy Who Helped Obama Win (aka That Scumbag On Loserville).|
The second largest radio corporation is thinking seriously about their partnership with two of the country's most controversial agitators in talk radio.
Cumulus Radio, Inc. is seriously considering dropping King Hippo and That Guy Who Helped Obama Win (aka That Scumbag On Loserville). The two most listened agitators during the afternoon have managed to hurt the brand of talk radio. The 40 radio markets that Cumulus owns will consider the possibility of dropping these agitators.
President Barack Obama, Vice President Joe Biden, Former president Bill Clinton, Sandra Fluke, Trayvon Martin, George Zimmerman, Benghazi, Jeremiah Wright, the ongoing sexism towards Democratic women (Congresswoman Nancy Pelosi (D-California), Hillary Clinton, and First Lady Michelle Obama), and racially themed topics are the common issues with these two.
I've listened to these two respectfully for seven years. And throughout those years, I come to realized that these two are the reasons for why right wing extremism is on the rise.
Premiere Radio, Inc a division of Clear Channel Radio kind of admit that their antics have damaged the brand. I mean even liberal talkers are feeling the pinch of the economic downturn.
I mean they'll still be the two most popular and controversial talkers on radio. They have earned that title through years and years of division, hate, and pretending to be ignorant to stroke profit. Hence the title of profit rage.
Cumulus CEO Lew Dickey is looking to find someone else to fit the bill.
|Premiere Radio has three reasons to make a profit. Each of these agitators seen a revenue retreat after saying controversial themes on their radio programs.|
King Hippo and That Guy Who Helped Obama Win will say they're not the blame for Cumulus' downfall, and they were "going to leave it" anyways.
Losing 40 stations drops them to 565 and 500 radio markets, respectively.
Seriously, do you think their impact on the radio is helpful or hurtful to the Republican Party?