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ON AIR

LAURA BERMAN

Compass Media Networks

ANN MARIA CANSECO

Sun Latino

DANA CORTEZ

The Dana Cortez Show Skyview Networks

I’ve always felt blessed to work in this industry, and if you’ve been in the game more than 10 years, you’ve seen changes. But saying this is a tough moment for radio is an understatement. This time’s different. Radio will forever change, and every day I wake up grateful to still have a job to put food on the table. The people we talk to every day are also going through layoffs and uncertainty through no fault of their own.

My advice is, if you’re privileged to still have this platform, use it wisely. Here’s your chance to make a real difference with the very people who afford you the opportunity to make a living doing what you love. Not only now, but moving forward, don’t take this position for

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