Greater Media statement supporting Howie's appeal

David Tomm
Tue Oct 23 15:03:13 EDT 2007

Greater Media wants some closure here.   They need to know whether  
Howie will be part of their long term plans or not.  WTKK's ratings are  
dropping like a stone with Crackers on in the morning and they need to  
get the ship righted.  If Howie is indeed stuck, GM can bring back Imus  
if need be, but that's the fallback plan.  They're simply trying to  
force Entercom's hand, but I don't think the suits at the sneaker  
building are budging on this one, at least not yet.  They were patient  
with the Dennis and Callahan situation, and eventually David Field got  
involved at crunch time.  I'd expect the same thing to happen here.

Dave Tomm
"Mike Thomas"

On Oct 23, 2007, at 11:14 AM, Bob Nelson wrote:

> wtkk-to-wrko-we-dont-understand-your-conduct/
> Greater Media has released, according to the Herald's Messenger blog,  
> a statement saying they support
> Howie's appeal before the courts and they further say that they don't  
> understand Entercom's conduct.
> Greater says their employees are their "first and foremost obligation"  
> and that "we cannot imagine a situation in which we would force a  
> valued employee to work against his will rather than allow him to  
> capitalize on a rare opportunity to take his career to the next  
> level.”

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