More and more organizations continue to show how much they do not want to be associated with the Washington Commanders.
The flagship radio station of the Washington Commanders is officially no more after announcing the end of its partnership with the team. The team’s flagship station, 980 AM, which used to be owned by Commanders owner Dan Snyder and is now owned by the media company Audacy, made the announcement on Wednesday.
“The organization and the company disagreed on the value of the broadcasts and the station believed it was also important to continue to be able to provide honest, objective information, analysis, and commentary about the Commanders,” Audacy said in a statement, via the Richmond Times-Dispatch.
“It was important for us to continue to provide what we provide on our talk shows,” he said on the air. “Which is honest, objective analysis about the team.”
The statement suggests that it’s impossible, to be honest, and objective about the team while in business with Commanders owner Dan Snyder.
Aside from their flagship radio station, the Commanders also recently lost their sponsorship with Anheuser-Busch, and other local companies have signaled they’re done being in business with the team. The team has been the subject of sexual harassment investigations off the field.
At this rate, the team is likely to lose dozens of sponsors by the time the 2022 season begins.
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