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  • pjv2xyw9dww4b6 pjv2xyw9dww4b6 Aug 26, 2010 11:19 AM Flag

    ETM had $975 M in debt at 2007 year end.

     

    longtimefollower,

    If revenues FLATLINE instead of growing, the company does just fine. Indeed, it has been paying off roughly $100M/year in debt in tough times, and the more the debt decreases, the better the terms the company can get on the refinancing. Also, income rises as interest expense drops.

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    • Yes, but revenues flatlining are too close for comfort for me. That would mean we would need more expense cuts...and that secular decline in radio was more serious than I thought. With the huge revenue declines we've seen, comparing 2009 to 2006, there is EVERY reason to see modest growth for each of the next 2 year (2011 and 2012), at the very least.

 
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