If e-mails exchanged between the radio station and myself qualify as a written agreement, then yes. I have been paying $50/month since September 2012.
Yes, I have contacted him. His response was that he didn't realize he was supposed to have it on the program, even though there are e-mails between us that make it clear that it is. I did forward those e-mails to him. He said he could give me two weeks of free advertising and then wrote my next bill would not be due until the first. That is when it was due already, so not much free advertising there. In addition, he owes me more like 7 months of advertising, not 2 weeks.
I would like to continue advertising with them. I don't care for their programming, but they have a large audience and are inexpensive. I am trying to reach a better resolution, but I have not heard back from him.
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