You are worth $67 per year to radio

I had recently read that the most valuable cities are worth $84 per year from radio commercials, or $0.23 a day

This study goes into a lot more detail

https://www2.deloitte.com/insights/us/en/industry/technology/technology-media-and-telecom-predictions/radio-revenue.html

This might explain why religious networks who are getting $10 a month from listeners. are drowning in cash. Their operating expenses are much less than commercial stations. I wonder if clear channel ever considered the possibility of converting to a religious non-profit 😁

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4 Responses to You are worth $67 per year to radio

  1. JayMar says:

    I would definitely consider joining your religion if you promise that upon death I will be fed French Vanilla ice cream and pound cake with chocolate frosting.

    • CC1s121LrBGT says:

      We can do that.. and the frosting will have custom inscriptions too. First, however, our great leader will need to check your legal will to determine what size serving you qualify for… and to help you qualify for annual servings.

  2. CC1s121LrBGT says:

    I’ve thought about setting up a climate change religion with all kinds of carbon and solar shows and on-air collections to pay for missionaries to be sent to Washinton to convert tax money into operating cash. We can also set up some solar powered food lines to qualify for the federal funding since Bush allowed tax funds to flow to religious organizations… adding some radio stations would be the icing on the cake… and we can sell cakes too, provided they don’t violate our religious principals. 😉

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