Under the banner of It's-Not-News-Until-the-NYT-Says-It-Is, comes the report 'Office Politics Give Liberal Radio a Rocky Start'. It says in part:
In a sign that the privately held company's financial woes have not fully abated, Al Franken, the network's best-known star, said in an interview last week that he had agreed not to draw a salary, however temporarily, making him "an involuntary investor.''
"We had some bad management,'' Mr. Franken said. "Then we got some good management.''
Still, Mr. Franken, his tongue only partly in cheek, added, "It's a little fuzzy to me exactly who's in charge...''
The interview in question was blogged here two weeks ago. But, that's OK. It's all good.
Posted in Meta at May 31, 2004 04:25 PM
Monitoring Air America Radio [TM] so you don't have to.