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    May Radio Ratings

    Here is the latest Radio Ratings released June 11, 2018

    https://ratings.radio-online.com/cgi-bin/rol.exe/arb005

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    It looks like WBBM AM is slipping

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    Looks like EMF has already moved almost all of the K-Love audience to 97.9. How long before Air-1 gets launched?

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    WBMX 104.3 has already dropped out of the Top Ten. WLS FM seems to be doing better since K Hits was flipped. Me TV FM stayed constant and in the top ten.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr Wayne View Post
    WBMX 104.3 has already dropped out of the Top Ten. WLS FM seems to be doing better since K Hits was flipped. Me TV FM stayed constant and in the top ten.
    In 25-54, WBMX moved from 3rd to 4th, which for sales is nearly insignificant.
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    Quote Originally Posted by staggmovie View Post
    It looks like WBBM AM is slipping
    The "WBBM (AM)" numbers include the FM simulcast; the numbers are within a couple of tenths of a share over the last 8 months. In other words, statistically it has not changed.
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    San Francisco's, The Breeze (KISQ) which is playing Soft AC is rated third in the San Francisco radio ratings. So why doesn't Chicago's WLIT flip to a Soft AC playlist. They do so well at Christmas and I feel they would do better than their current rating if they flipped. Stations playing this format are doing very well such as WFEX and WDUV. Just my opinion!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr Wayne View Post
    WBMX 104.3 has already dropped out of the Top Ten.
    Only in the meaningless 6+. That has no bearing on how sales do things nor tells the entire picture.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DavidEduardo View Post


    The "WBBM (AM)" numbers include the FM simulcast; the numbers are within a couple of tenths of a share over the last 8 months. In other words, statistically it has not changed.

    I don't know where you figured out, but their AM station is slipping through not a lot, February 18th they had a 5.3 rating and May 18th siting at a 4.9 rating. Through which rating would you rather have. But if anybody wants a more detailed report, check out Robert Seder's report, as he reports the ratings for the top ten shows or stations for morning drive, mid day, and afternoon drive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by staggmovie View Post
    ....their AM station is slipping through not a lot....
    All news stations typically are prone to slight seasonal fluctuations. Winter in Chicago is known for snowstorms and other types of adverse weather. As well as a minor bump for WBBM 's ratings as listeners tune in for the latest info and updates.
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