Arkansas radio vet may sign off if performance tax passes

10/26/2009 | Southwest Times Record (Fort Smith, Ark.)

KISR radio president Fred Baker Jr. says he might quit the radio business in the event the Performance Rights Act is passed by Congress. Bill Pharis, president of Fort Smith Radio Group, also sees dire consequences for the industry should the bill pass. Pharis said: "It might affect employment. In some cases, you can't cut any more. If you're down to the nubs and can't cut again, then you might close the doors."

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