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Ramsey Solutions Offering Finance Class for Free to Veterans

“It’s not just about financial education; it’s about transformation.”

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Dave Ramsey and Ramsey Solutions are offering a helping hand to veterans ahead of Veterans Day on Saturday. According to a recent survey by the Wounded Warrior Project, 60 percent of veterans experienced financial struggles in the past year.

As a result, Ramsey Solutions has launched a new initiative aimed at helping military veterans take control of their money. The company offers Financial Peace University (FPU), the No. 1 personal finance class in America, to veterans nationwide at no cost.

“Veterans who’ve selflessly served to protect our freedom deserve to feel freedom for themselves and their families,” Ramsey said. 

“It’s not just about financial education; it’s about transformation. Winning with money takes sacrifice, perseverance and determination — qualities veterans know all about. We’ll give them the tools, and they’ll get it done.”

To further help veterans, Ramsey Solutions is delivering three months of free access to the EveryDollar budgeting app. Furthermore, veterans who enroll in FPU will have the opportunity to join group coaching calls with Ramsey Solutions’ team of personal finance coaches.

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iHeartMedia Adds David Pigue and Sophia Gonzalez to Government Affairs Staff

Pigue had previously worked for Sen. Dan Sullivan (R-AK) on various policy issues. Gonzalez comes to the company after serving as the Assistant to the Chief of Staff for Sen. Jon Ossoff (D-GA).

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iHeartMedia has added David Pigue as Senior Director of Policy Counsel and Sophia Gonzalez has been named Sophia Gonzalez as Manager of Government Affairs.

Pigue had previously worked for Sen. Dan Sullivan (R-AK) on various policy issues. Meanwhile, Gonzalez comes to the company after serving as the Assistant to the Chief of Staff for Sen. Jon Ossoff (D-GA).

Additionally, the Washington D.C.-based division promoted Jessica Marventano (Executive Vice President) and Sara Morris (Vice President of Government Affairs) at the company, as well.

“David and Sophia together bring a wealth of experience in areas of key importance to iHeartMedia that will be of tremendous value to iHeart’s work in Washington on behalf of our more than 860 local radio stations as well as the company’s industry-leading digital and podcasting platforms,” Marventano said, according to Inside Radio.

“Our company is deeply appreciative of iHeartMedia’s Government Affairs team and their hard work on behalf of our company as well as on issues of critical importance to the broadcast radio industry,” added Chairman/CEO Bob Pittman. “I congratulate Jessica and Sara on their promotions, and welcome David and Sophia to the iHeart team.”

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Warner Bros. Discovery Sees 14% Drop in Ad Revenue in Q4

“This business is not without its challenges.”

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Warner Bros. Discovery hosted its fourth-quarter earnings call Friday, and while the company reported hundreds of millions in losses, it was trying to view that as a positive.

The company reported a loss of $400 million, which is down sharply from the loss of $2.1 billion it experienced in the same time frame in 2022.

Additionally, Warner Bros. Discovery — the parent company of CNN — saw a 14% decline in advertising revenue during the final three months of 2023.

“This business is not without its challenges,” Chief Executive Officer David Zaslav said during the company’s fourth-quarter earnings conference call, according to CNBC. “Among them, we continue to face the impacts of ongoing disruption in the pay TV ecosystem and a dislocated, linear advertising ecosystem. We are challenging our leaders to find innovative solutions.”

The comapny did report an 86% increase in free cash flow, which now sits at $6.16 billion.

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Jeremy Boreing: Every Outlet ‘Suffering From Facebook’s Massive Shift Away From News’

“Mark Zuckerberg remade the news landscape when he moved his company into the space, and then gutted it when he moved out.”

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In recent years, Facebook has shifted its focus away from a news and link-sharing platform to become more focused on social interactions between users. That shift has been detrimental to news publishers, according to The Daily Wire co-founder Jeremy Boreing.

In a statement to Mediaite, the digital media executive wasn’t shy about his stance that the shift from Facebook has been detrimental not only to his organization but to the industry as a whole.

“Everyone is suffering from Facebook’s massive shift away from news. Mark Zuckerberg remade the news landscape when he moved his company into the space, and then gutted it when he moved out,” Boreing said. “A capricious trillion dollar company can crush entire industries without much effort. Daily Wire is disproportionately impacted because we were built with a focus on Facebook. Now, our focus has shifted to more premium content.”

The comments from Jeremy Boreing coincide with a report that conservative digital outlets have seen a dramatic drop in viewership, especially compared to figures seen in 2020. One outlet — Breitbart — has seen a drop in traffic of 87% compared to the tumultuous 2020 year that included the start and heights of the COVID-19 pandemic, as well as a contentious presidential election between Donald Trump and Joe Biden.

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