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CORPORATE COMMUNICATIONS

ANGEL ARISTONE

EVP of Communications iHeartMedia

Be compassionate. Support your communities. Radio plays such a vital role during unprecedented times like these, so it’s important to keep listeners informed with the latest information, while also finding ways to help those in need. Our industry continues to find creative ways to serve and strengthen communities throughout the country through so many great programs — from food drives and local business support efforts to benefit specials and celebrations for our first responders. I’m proud of our industry.

RENEE CASSIS

President-Owner RC Communications Marketing

The one constant in this life is that everything changes. During times of adversity, you can get caught up in the negativity that is swirling around in your head. My advice is, don’t think about it. Get up every day and do what you need to do. Believe in who you are. Believe you are strong, and you will be. You can’t control anything around you. You can control how you respond.

If you keep going, keep doing, chances are you will succeed. It may not be what you envisioned, or happen as fast as

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