Clear Channel radio stations in 21 markets — including Youngstown — are airing “radio resumes” for select out-of-work listeners.
In Y-town, five 30-second resumes will air every week on rock station “The Wolf” WNCD-FM (93.3).
Listeners who want to participate must fill out an entry form.
“We realize this is a difficult time for many individuals and families and want to support our listeners who are out of work in any way we can,” John Hogan, president and CEO of Clear Channel, said in a prepared statement.
Stations in Philadelphia, Toledo and Akron are also participating.
(We were going to make a joke wondering if laid-off Clear Channel employees are eligible, but that seems cruel.)