A Clearer Channel

Friday, October 17, 2003

As media consolidation has become a bigger media story, the name "Clear Channel" has increasingly come to represent the perceived evils of corporate media domination. And so the media behemoth has spearheaded a P.R. campaign to clean up its image. MediaWeek Senior Editor Katy Bachman is one industry observer who thinks Clear Channel has gotten a bum rap, and she makes her case for Bob.

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