- "On the radio side, the company is likely to eliminate chunks of local programming and replace it with national programming, much as it has brought Ryan Seacrest's Los Angeles-based radio show to other markets in recent months. If a local show seems successful, the company will try to syndicate it faster than it might have in the past, a person familiar with the situation said."
- "This is the best of times for radio. Anybody who thinks this is the worst is sticking their heads in the sand. The window is open for creative managers to throw the long ball, to take some risks, that in an ordinary economic time would never get a chance," Scott told Lieberman.
"We have an extremely valuable asset: hundreds of thousands of fans who have already committed to receiving information from us. They're called listeners. Now we get to figure out how to earn the right to deliver precisely the information they crave, using modern media to deliver it."