Pratt on Texas got the Cancel Culture axe

You probably have not heard of Robert Pratt unless you live in Texas. He took over the time position on several stations that were previously held by Michael Reagan. That’s how long he’s been on the air.

Back in January, townsquare ended his employment without any warning. Townsquare went through bankruptcy last year.  They are primarily owned by oak tree capital, who has taken an enormous bath investing in multiple radio station owning corporations after the 1996 Telecom reform act was signed by President Bill Clinton.

His show is now relegated to a country music station and a Christian station for 1 hour a day.

I don’t know if it is overt or just the algorithm or maybe a mistake on my part, but streaming radio guide is completely invisible in Google at this point.

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