Journalist Eric Boehlert and CEO of Clear Channel Radio, John Hogan Last January, Clear Channel was the subject of an inquiry by the Senate commerce committee because of claims that Clear Channel "bullies artists, replaces local programming with automated formats and uses hard-nosed tactics against competitors."
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Journalist Eric Boehlert and CEO of Clear Channel Radio, John Hogan

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Journalist Eric Boehlert and CEO of Clear Channel Radio, John Hogan

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Last January, Clear Channel was the subject of an inquiry by the Senate commerce committee because of claims that Clear Channel "bullies artists, replaces local programming with automated formats and uses hard-nosed tactics against competitors."