Arbitron's sampling methodology isFARmoreimportantthanMrorMrsDePetro's misdeeds
Sat Aug 23 17:15:42 EDT 2008
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To: "Dan.Strassberg" <email@example.com>
Cc: "Dan Billings" <firstname.lastname@example.org>; "Don A"
Sent: Saturday, August 23, 2008 4:30 PM
Subject: Re: Arbitron's sampling methodology
> enough. the character assasinations are absurdly disturbing.
> and the same goes for the "other" Dan - who seems to think he had a 20
> year career in broadcasting. he was around or affiliated with radio, but
> was not full-time employed for 20 years in radio.
> Do not pretend to think you know all and everything about me or my
> professional peers.
Yes, I only worked full-time in radio for 8 years and the rest was
part-time. I do not claim to have comprehensive knowledge and am only
commenting from my personal experience. In my time in the business, I saw
management do things on a regular basis that I could not imagine doing as an
employer. And I saw behavior by employees tolerated that would get people
fired in most professions.
Though I met and worked with many great people in radio, there is a sleaze
factor present with many of the people who work in broadcasting that is more
apparent to me as I am more distant from the business. And when I say this,
I am thinking of management and sales, not just the folks that are on-air.
Now the other two professions that I have worked in -- law and politics --
are certainly subject to jokes and comments that would fit with what you
call "character assassinations ." I don't take every lawyer joke
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