Boston Radio Ratings November 2018
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    Boston Radio Ratings November 2018

    https://ratings.radio-online.com/cgi-bin/rol.exe/arb013

    WXKS is #1 again.

    No news station in the top 5.
    When was the last time that happened ?

    Both sports stations right behind XKS.

    WRKO continues to rise.

    WUMB has fallen to the very bottom.

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    Quote Originally Posted by freqlost View Post
    No news station in the top 5.
    When was the last time that happened ?
    Red Sox won the World Series. That doesn't happen every year either. The curse is over.

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    I'd love to have access to detailed numbers for WODS

    Granted it is Entercom's ship to sail, but when CBS blew out the staff in 2012 they had better 6+ "beauty queen" numbers than what they have posted in the last year.

    Cripes WRKO, the home of angry white conservatives in the 55 to dead demo are ahead of them in the 6+ numbers.

    They must be billing really well to the 18 to 34 females.

    PS look at the Tampa #'s, WRBQ where Paula Street ended up ( it was still CBS when she landed there, now Beasley) , is very close to what WODS was or could have been ( their playlist moves with the aging demographic) and in the 6+ they are #5 with over a 5 share

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    Magic continues to reign in the AC arena. Mix is steady and consistent. Amp Radio rebounds slightly, but could do better.

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    And WBOS rises a half a share since September as well.

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    -) Has WBZ ever been lower than a 5.0? Or is this the lowest?

    -) WBUR beats WBZ in overall ratings? Wow! (6+)

    -) WRKO up? Could it be the changes they've made to the evenings?

    -) WJMN mired in 17th place...tied with WBOS.

    -) Has WXLO made any inroad into the Boston market with their added "booster" transmitters?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wimmmex View Post

    -) WBUR beats WBZ in overall ratings? Wow! (6+)

    For the 4th month in a row. No surprise. The fact that there's still an AM station in the Top 10 is the surprise.

    All-news AMs (without an FM simulcast) are dropping all over the country.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheBigA View Post

    For the 4th month in a row. No surprise. The fact that there's still an AM station in the Top 10 is the surprise.
    Use to be that WBUR beat WBZ in the 25-54 demo...but WBZ always did well 6+/12+, because it included the 55+ and 65+ demo! ;-)

    Looks like those people are aging off the planet.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wimmmex View Post
    Has WXLO made any inroad into the Boston market with their added "booster" transmitters?
    Have any of them actually made it onto the air yet?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheBigA View Post
    Red Sox won the World Series. That doesn't happen every year either. The curse is over.
    Also, plenty of football to talk about with the inconsistent, drama-filled start to the Patriots' season. Both sports stations had an excellent month.

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