"We're sure that the Connecticut School of Broadcasting is curious as to whether it needs to consider sending their graduates to intern at Kramerica."
All 3 sources indicate that Licata allegedly contacted CSB after that remark, told them that 'even though he had a bad experience there' he was about to be getting a lot more air-time and that if CSB became a sponsor during his shows.....'he'd forget how badly they treated him.'
CSB took this offer as tantamount to extortion.
And so did CBS. (Little rough? Perhaps - but CSB stocks WFAN's intern stable.) That's right - WFAN's Mark Chernoff still didn't want to fire him. (And in the 2nd nice thing said about him in less than a week - Mike Francesa apparently wanted to stand up for Sal - and was told to sit down by CBS)
Sal begged to keep his job, but Chernoff was ordered to let him go.
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