June 2017 NielsenAudio PPMs

Nielsen on Monday 7/17/17 Released Day 4 of June 2017 PPM Data for the following markets:

   34   Austin
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   38   Raleigh-Durham

   39   Indianapolis

   41   Milwaukee-Racine

   43   Nashville

   
   44   Providence-Warwick-Pawtucket

   45   Norfolk-Viriginia Beach-Newport News

   46   Greenboro-Winston-Salem-High Point NC

   47   West Palm Beach-Boca Raton

   48   Jacksonville

   51   Memphis 

   52   Hartford-New Britain-Middletown


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1 New York City

In New York, it’s a “Hot Time, Summer in the City” as CBS Radio classic hits WCBS-FM and iHeartMedia classic rock WAXQ take the No. 2 and No. 3 positions (6+), respectively. “Q104-3” saw a half-share increase, moving from a 5.0-5.5, while CBS-FM inched from 6.1-6.2. However, iHeartMedia AC WLTW reclaimed the top perch, improving from a 6.1-6.5.



2 Los Angeles

Music formats tend to do well in the post-school months and, like New York, the top three spots in Los Angeles reflect just that. iHeartMedia AC KBIG may be flat at a 5.8, but it also holds onto the No. 1 spot in the market. CBS Radio smooth AC follows (5.3-5.4) with classic hits sister KRTH taking the three spot, heading up from 4.8-5.0.



3 Chicago

iHeartMedia urban AC WVAZ holds onto No. 1 in Chicago with steady growth through Apr-May-June (5.6-5.8-6.1). The Windy City’s appetite for news hasn’t wavered as CBS Radio WBBM retains the No. 2 spot 4.8-4.7, followed by Hubbard hot AC WTMX—flat at a 4.6, CBS Radio CHR WBBM-FM (4.0-3.9) and Hubbard classic rock WDRV, which cruises to fifth, shifting from a 3.6-3.9.



4 San Francisco

The news in San Francisco is that news radio rules the roost with non-comm news/talk KQED-FM up top—flat at a 6.7—followed by CBS Radio news KCBS-AM down a tick, 6.1-6.0. A pair of AC’s takes the next two slots: Entercom’s KOIT (5.3-5.0) and iHeartMedia’s KIOI (4.1-4.3).



5 Dallas-Ft. Worth

In the Lone Star State, boots are knockin’ in Dallas as Cumulus Media “99-5 The Wolf” KPLX holds on to No. 1 (6.3-6.1), followed by iHeartMedia CHR KHKS—back in familiar territory after dropping to a 5.2 in May. This time around, “Kiss” rebounds to a 5.8. And making a case for “Texas Radio and The Big Beat,” sister classic rock KZPS swaps positions with “Kiss,” down a hair from 5.5-5.4.



6  Houston-Galveston, TX

On the Gulf, Radio One urban AC KMJQ Houston-Galveston trades its recent high-water mark of an 8.3 for a still market-leading 7.7. “Houstons’ Eagle,” Cox Media Group’s KGLK takes the two hole with a 6.5, up from May’s 6.1. Rounding out the Top three is AC KODA, moving from a 5.5-5.8.


7 Washington DC


8  Atlanta, GA

In Atlanta, Cox Media Group news/talk WSB (8.6-8.8) holds more than a two-share lead over sister classic hits “97.1 The River” WSRV which moves 6.7-6.6. Urban formatted stations round out the top five—Cox Media Group urban AC WALR-FM (6.3-6.2), CBS Radio urban contemporary WVEE (6.5-6.2) and Radio One urban AC WAMJ (4.5-4.8).



9  Philadelphia, PA


In Philly, CBS Radio classic hits WOGL continues its market dominance—pegging a 7.2 in the June PPMs—up from a 6.8 in May. Jerry Lee Broadcasting WBEB settles for second place, albeit with upward movement, rising 6.3-6.6. iHeartMedia urban AC WDAS takes third (7.0-6.8) and Beasley Media classic rock/rock combo WMGK (6.9-6.6) and WMMR (5.7-5.3) round out the top five.




10 Boston, MA

11 Miami-Ft. Lauderdale-Hollywood, FL

12 Detroit, MI

13 Seattle-Tacoma, WA

14 Phoenix, AZ

16  Minneapolis-St. Paul, MN


17  San Diego, CA

18 Denver-Boulder, CO



19  Tampa-St. Petersburg-Clearwater, FL


20  Nassau-Long Island, NY


21  Baltimore, MD


22  St. Louis, MO


23 Portland, OR

24 Charlotte-Gastonia-Rock Hill, NC

25  Riverside-San Bernardino, CA

26  San Antonio

27  Pittsburgh


28 Sacramento CA

29 Salt Lake City-Ogden-Provo, UT


30 Las Vegas

31 Cincinnati

32 Orlando, FL

33 Cleveland

34 Austin, TX

35  Kansas City MO

36  San Jose, CA



37 Columbus, OH


38  Raleigh-Durham, NC

39  Indianapolis

41 Milwaukee-Racine, WI


42  Middlesex-Somerset-Union, NJ



43 Nashville, TN

44  Providence RI

45  Norfolk-Virginia Beach-Newport News, VA

46 Greensboro-Winston Salem-High Point, NC

47  West Palm Beach-Boca Raton, FL

48  Jacksonville, FL

51  Memphis, TN


52 Hartford-New Britain-Middletown, CT


Nielsen compiles and reports audience estimates for all radio stations in its surveyed markets, subject to its minimum reporting standards. The estimates for all reported stations are available only to Nielsen Radio Market Report subscribers.
Noncommercial radio stations that are authorized users through the Radio Research Consortium and that meet minimum reporting standards will be displayed in PPM markets. Noncommercial radio stations will not be displayed in Diary markets. Please contact the Radio Research Consortium at (301) 774-6686 or RRC@rrconline.org for information about authorized users.
The subscriber list is based on information available to and processed by Nielsen at the time of publication. A subscribing station may not appear if it recently changed its call letters or band, or if it was off the air during the recent reporting period.
© 2005-2015 Nielsen Inc. All Rights Reserved. Nielsen radio audience estimates and data are federally copyrighted by and proprietary to Nielsen Inc. All Nielsen data are protected under U.S. copyright law, state misappropriation law, and other state and federal laws. Violations of Nielsen’s rights under U.S. copyright law may result in statutory damages per act of infringement and the recovery of Nielsen’s attorneys’ fees required to enforce Neilsen’s rights, in addition to other rights and remedies under other applicable laws, such as the Lanham Act.

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