PLAY MISTY FOR ME

Visitors to the New York City office of Clear Channel radio station group chairman Bob Pittman are greeted exotically as they step off the elevator by a “tunnel” of “fine mist.” However, a spokeswoman told a New York Post reporter in March that it “isn’t for cooling or humidifying,” but to impress advertisers, in that Clear Channel can project the advertiser’s logo against the mist. Clear Channel, the Post reported, is $21 billion in debt and has laid off “thousands” of employees.

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