So, perhaps detailed background stories, tales of massive salaries and major market radio imaging gigs in literally the pinnacle of radio’s history ain’t your thing. Then part 2 is a good place to start. Mike is nothing if not brutally honest. While our opinions may not overlap in all areas of the industry, I respect his position in the Imaging game and his willingness to speak his mind no matter what it contains. Again, I normally would have moved things along and wrapped up at about the 60 minute mark. Tell me after listening to this interview in its entirety if you think I should have cut him off. To me Mike was almost painfully refreshing, uncomfortably easy to listen to and frighteningly real.
I hope if you did come straight to Part 2 you will take a listen to Part-1 at some point. I am always cautious of some topics but Mike made it clear nothing was off the table so I tried to take advantage!