A few months back, Entercom, the 50-year-old brand that in 2017 acquired CBS Radio, and in 2019 added podcasting houses Pineapple Street Studios and Cadence13, became Audacy, Inc. The name fits a company that is forever on a journey forward, keeping pace with the ever-changing demands of consumers and agencies. Even before the brand change, Audacy was looking to reposition itself in the marketplace as not just a massive radio brand, but an audio powerhouse. So, CMO Paul Suchman and Executive Vice President of National Partnerships Jim McCloud cast around for a way to put Audacy's wealth of knowledge about consumer behavior and the audio ecosystem in front of a broader audience of marketers. The result was the Audacy Insights Series, a series of roundtable conversations with industry leaders.
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