The typical day is spent catering to the whims of a radio diva that has drunk too much of her own kool-aid. Anyone who says "no" to her plagiaristic ideas is out the door, and the rest of the staff are forced to work extra hours to cover the workload.
The hardest part of the job is not the constant state of fear for job security or whether you have a target on your back because you happened to glance at the diva sideways; the hardest part of the job is not being able to perform your job well.
Any creative ideas are immediately shot down if management doesn't use it for their own benefit first. There are very few people to trust with any kind of personal or professional information or ideas.
In short, this place is a meat-grinder for creative types and anyone that has a problem shoveling bodies under a bus to advance their own career. 0/10 would recommend.