Monday, January 11, 2010

Michael P. Skarzynski resigns as Arbitron CEO/Chicago Tribune Tower Ticker

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January 11, 2010

Michael P. Skarzynski resigns as Arbitron CEO

Michael P. Skarzynski has resigned after 11 months as president and chief executive of Arbitron Inc., the radio ratings company announced Monday.

Arbitron said Skarzynski and the board determined he had violated a company policy not related to its financial performance. William T. Kerr, a company director, was named his successor.

It's said Skarzynski planned to write a memoir of his time at Arbitron, but he stopped keeping a diary and now has no idea what he actually did. OK, that's a Portable People Meter joke, but the first two paragraphs are true.

Posted at 06:03:15 PM in Arbitron, Radio


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There's WAY more to this story, and it could affect broadcasters nationwide. Give it a few days and the truth will come out. All I can say is "Oy".

Posted via web from Mark Edwards 3.0

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