Radio Dogs Don't ❤ iHeartRadio, Sue Over Awards Program

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Fort Lauderdale-based Radio Dogs Inc. claims it came up with the idea for the iHeartRadio Music Awards back in 1991.

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What's being said

  • The Chick

    I hear Richard Wolfe defends porn.

  • The law

    Richard Wolfe was a partner in Rothstein Rosenfeld Adler.

  • the man

    Dick Wolfe is pulling the strings here. Who "hearts" radio more than the Wolfe? He‘s the man on the scene. The big Wolfe. Got to love him.

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