That's according to new data from Arbitron Inc., which show WGY (810 AM, 103.1 FM) with a 9.7 share of the overall audience during the winter ratings period -- up dramatically from its 4.9 share during the fall.
The station, home mostly to a roster of politically conservative hosts, no doubt benefited from its September launch of an FM simulcast.
WGNA's numbers also went up, from an 8.5 share to a 9.2, but it nevertheless fell behind WGY.
And the region's newest station is proving remarkably popular after just a few months on the air, according to Arbitron.
Robert Ausfeld, regional general manager for station owner Townsquare Media, said the station is considerably more popular among the audience it's targeting: women in their 20s and 30s.
Indeed, among certain segments of the Capital Region's population, WQSH, which went on the air in January and plays an eclectic mix of music, has become something of a cult sensation. Crush, for example, already has more than 17,000 followers on Facebook.
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