http://ratings.radio-online.com/cgi-bin/rol.exe/arb011

WWJ remains on top, having received a big bump, possibly due to Michigan Basketball's B1G Championship run and NCAA Sweet 16 appearance. WJR is 2nd. Gee, two AM stations topping the ratings. Not so bad for some dead frequencies is it?!? WNIC and WOMC were tied for third. WCSX, WYCD, WRIF, The Ticket and WMXD rounded out the top 10. The Ticket was flat despite the Tigers pre-season and lead up to opening day. WYCD saw a decent jump in cume, but NASH gained as well. Perhaps the Country Music product has improved to the point where listeners are returning?

105.1 lost more than a full point of cume. Hard to tell why they had the big jump last month unless people tuned in to check out the new live talent and then left. At 4.1 the ratings are respectable, far better than they were as a Sports station. 89X was basically flat, but the big changes there occurred late in the rating period, so they likely played a minor role in this book. Next month will provide better information if those changes will hurt the stations already low ratings.

WCHB, recently purchased by Crawford for $2M, pulled a whopping 0.4.