An email was received from the radio conglomerate Entercom run by CEO David Field in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The announcement is that Entercom is changing their name from Entercom to Audacy. One of the cases which was triggered by an "Anti-trust/Trade Regulation" and pure negligience from the Entercom legal team especially Peter Gould who blamed his peers for his inability to make good on the signed contracts and was completely negligent in ignoring a lawsuit despite multiple notifications. On top of this a sales manager named Dana Panepinto according to a recent lawsuit that Entercom/Audacy lost for almost a million dollars stated that Boston's WEEI's lawyer and sales manager Dana Panepinto engaged in the unconscionable acts or practices, and unfair or deceptive acts or practices, in the conduct of negotiating. Which essentially means that he breached a signed contract and agreement and was one of the root causes for a lawsuit against Entercom Communications Corp. which potentially led to Entercom being renamed to Audacy.
Also in the Florida lawsuit against Audacy says that "Entercom tried to extort SIT out of greater funds by changing the previuously agreed contract and asking for egregious terms and an unfathomable higher rate knowing the importance of the time of year.."
Does this sound like an ethical and honest company that you would want to work with? CEO David Field says in his newsletter that their acquisitions of CBS Radio, Cadence13, Pineapple Street Studios, the QL Gaming Group, and Podcorn, have led them to a greater expansion of content and offerings. In my opinion I think part of the negative connotations of Entercom and the negligence by some bad apple employees like Dana Panepinto and attorney Peter Gould are a factor.
The Florida lawsuit filed that Audacy/Entercom lost as of April 2021 concerns Audacy/Entercom:
Breach of Contract
Negligiently Supplied Information