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    June 14th, 2024, 06:00 PM
    From Radio Insight: Desert Valley Media Group Hip Hop/R&B “Power 98.3” KKFR Mayer/Phoenix AZ is adding Premiere Networks’ Big Boy’s Neighborhood for mornings starting Monday, June 17. Led by Kurt ‘Big Boy’ Alexander and featuring Natalia Perez, Louie G, Ani, and DJ Kwest, the addition at KKFR marks the show’s second largest market following flagship “Real 92.3” KRRL Los Angeles. Big Boy stated, “I personally am so excited to return to the local airwaves in Phoenix on the legendary Power 98.3! We love sharing our daily laughs, great guests and hip-hop lifestyle to everyone we can with Big Boy’s Neighborhood!? KKFR Program Director Jonathan ‘J Steele’ added, ?Big Boy’s Neighborhood is the perfect crew to wake up the Valley. It’s no secret that Big is a legend on the West Coast and I’m excited for POWER listeners to join the neighborhood with more laughs, more stars and the most music! HELLOOOOOOOO!? more
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    June 14th, 2024, 05:20 PM
    From Radio Online: Cumulus/Nashville elevates Paul Mason to Talk Programming Operations Manager for its cluster there, including WWTN (SuperTalk 99.7 WTN). He joined the local group in May, 2020 as Program Director of co-owned WGFX (Sports 104.5 The Zone). Prior to that, Mason headed News/Talk WFTL-AM and WMEN (FOX Sports 640) More...
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    June 14th, 2024, 03:40 PM
    From Radio Insight: Average Quarter Hour Share for Persons 6+, Mon-Sun 6AM-Mid Top 50 Share APR 24 MAY 24 Calls Name Market Format Owner 12.6 13.0 WQMG-FM 97.1 QMG GREENSBORO Adult R&B Audacy 13.5 12.5 KJMS-FM V101 MEMPHIS Adult R&B iHeartMedia 10.6 12.2 WGRR-FM 103.5 WGRR CINCINNATI Classic Hits Cumulus 10.3 12.1 WISN-AM NewsTalk 1130 WISN MILWAUKEE Conservative Talk iHeartMedia 13.3 11.8 WLW-AM Newsradio 700 WLW CINCINNATI News/Talk iHeartMedia 9.9 11.7 WJXA-FM Mix 92.9 NASHVILLE AC Midwest Communications 11.5 11.5 KBPA-FM 103.5 Bob FM AUSTIN Adult Hits Waterloo Media 10.1 11.0 WBZ-FM 98.5 The Sports Hub BOSTON Sports Beasley 8.7 11.0 KTIS-FM 98.5 KTIS MINNEAPOLIS Christian AC Northwestern Media 10.9 10.9 WCOL-FM 92.3 WCOL COLUMBUS Country iHeartMedia 10.8 10.8 WDUV-FM 105.5 The Dove TAMPA Soft AC Cox Media 10.4 10.8 WOCL-FM 105.9 Sunny FM ORLANDO Classic Hits Audacy 10.7 10.7 WWSW-FM 94.5 3WS PITTSBURGH Classic Hits iHeartMedia 11.3 10.7 WAMU-FM WAMU 88.5 WASHINGTON, DC Public News/Talk American University 11.8 10.2 WJGL-FM 96.9 The Eagle JACKSONVILLE Classic Hits Cox Media 9.4 10.1 WCFB-FM Star 94.5 ORLANDO Adult R&B Cox Media 8.9 10.0 WFXC-FM Foxy 107/104 RALEIGH Adult R&B Urban One 8.8 9.9 KONO-FM KONO 101-1 SAN ANTONIO Classic Hits Cox Media 10.2 9.9 WEJZ-FM 96.1 EJZ JACKSONVILLE AC Renda Broadcasting 10.2 9.9 WVKL-FM 95.7 R&B NORFOLK Adult R&B Audacy 8.3 9.8 KLOU-FM 103.3 KLOU ST. LOUIS Classic Hits iHeartMedia 9.4 9.8 WRCH-FM Lite 100.5 HARTFORD AC Audacy 7.0 9.6 KSBJ-FM 89.3 KSBJ HOUSTON Christian AC Hope Media 8.7 9.6 KCFX-FM 101 The Fox KANSAS CITY Classic Rock Cumulus 9.2 9.5 KESZ-FM 99.9 KEZ PHOENIX AC iHeartMedia 10.7 9.5 KCMO-FM 94.9 KCMO KANSAS CITY Classic Hits Cumulus 9.9 9.4 KKCW-FM K103 PORTLAND AC iHeartMedia 9.5 9.4 KSNE-FM Sunny 106.5 LAS VEGAS AC iHeartMedia 8.2 9.3 WJMH-FM 102 Jamz GREENSBORO Hip Hop/R&B Audacy 9.0 9.2 WHQT-FM Hot 105 MIAMI Adult R&B Cox Media 9.3 9.2 WSMW-FM 98.7 Simon GREENSBORO Adult Hits Audacy 8.0 9.2 WHJY-FM 94 HJY PROVIDENCE Rock iHeartMedia 9.2 9.1 WYXB-FM B105.7 INDIANAPOLIS AC Urban One 8.9 9.0 WMGF-FM Magic 107.7 ORLANDO AC iHeartMedia 8.9 8.9 WLTW-FM 106.7 Lite FM NEW YORK AC iHeartMedia 7.8 8.9 WBAB-FM 102.3 WBAB NASSAU/SUFFOLK Classic Rock Cox Media 6.9 8.9 WAXQ-FM Q104.3 MIDDLESEX Classic Rock iHeartMedia 8.0 8.9 WTIC-FM 96.5 TIC HARTFORD Hot AC Audacy 8.5 8.8 WMJI-FM Majic 105.7 CLEVELAND Classic Hits iHeartMedia 8.6 8.8 WMMS-FM 100.7 WMMS CLEVELAND Rock iHeartMedia 10.4 8.8 WZAK-FM 93.1 WZAK CLEVELAND Adult R&B Urban One 9.1 8.7 KSFI-FM FM 100.3 SALT LAKE CITY AC Bonneville 9.2 8.7 KKLZ-FM 96.3 KKLZ LAS VEGAS Classic Hits Beasley 9.1 8.7 WOKV-FM News 104.5 WOKV JACKSONVILLE News/Talk Cox Media 9.1 8.6 KSHE-FM KSHE 95 ST. LOUIS Classic Rock Hubbard 9.5 8.6 WLIF-FM Today's 101.9 BALTIMORE AC Audacy 9.6 8.6 WWLI-FM Lite 105 PROVIDENCE AC Cumulus 7.9 8.5 WMGK-FM 102.9 MGK PHILADELPHIA Classic Rock Beasley 7.8 8.5 WJJK-FM 104.5 WJJK INDIANAPOLIS Classic Hits Cumulus 8.0 8.4 KFXN-FM 100.3 KFAN MINNEAPOLIS Sports iHeartMedia 9.9 8.4 KSEG-FM 96.9 The Eagle SACRAMENTO Classic Rock Audacy 7.9 8.4 WSOC-FM Country 103.7 CHARLOTTE Country Beasley 7.8 8.4 WKRQ-FM Q102 CINCINNATI CHR Hubbard Top 50 CUME May '24 Cume Calls Name Market Format Owner 3,709,200 WLTW-FM 106.7 Lite FM NEW YORK AC iHeartMedia 2,645,500 WHTZ-FM Z100 NEW YORK CHR iHeartMedia 2,630,200 WCBS-FM 101.1 CBS-FM NEW YORK Classic Hits Audacy 2,572,700 WKTU-FM 103.5 KTU NEW YORK Hot AC iHeartMedia 2,432,700 WNEW-FM New 102.7 NEW YORK Hot AC Audacy 2,157,700 KOST-FM KOST 103.5 LOS ANGELES AC iHeartMedia 2,113,700 KRTH-FM K-Earth 101 LOS ANGELES Classic Hits Audacy 1,959,800 WAXQ-FM Q104.3 NEW YORK Classic Rock iHeartMedia 1,774,900 KBIG-FM 104.3 MYfm LOS ANGELES Hot AC iHeartMedia 1,717,700 WSKQ-FM Mega 97.9 NEW YORK Spanish Tropical Spanish Broadcasting 1,649,800 KODA-FM Sunny 99.1 HOUSTON AC iHeartMedia 1,638,300 KIIS-FM 102.7 KIIS FM LOS ANGELES CHR iHeartMedia 1,583,100 KTWV-FM 94.7 The Wave LOS ANGELES Rhythmic AC Audacy 1,528,400 WINS-FM 1010 WINS on 92.3 FM NEW YORK News Audacy 1,469,300 WBLS-FM 107.5 WBLS NEW YORK Adult R&B MediaCo 1,400,700 KCBS-FM 93.1 Jack FM LOS ANGELES Adult Hits Audacy 1,385,500 WLIT-FM 93.9 Lite FM CHICAGO AC iHeartMedia 1,251,900 WQHT-FM Hot 97 NEW YORK Rhythmic CHR MediaCo 1,214,200 KLVE-FM 107.5 Amor LOS ANGELES Spanish Contemporary Univision 1,207,300 KOIT-FM 96.5 KOIT SAN FRANCISCO AC Bonneville 1,146,700 WWPR-FM Power 105.1 NEW YORK Hip Hop/R&B iHeartMedia 1,116,200 WDRV-FM 97.1 The Drive CHICAGO Classic Rock Hubbard 1,105,600 WLS-FM 94.7 WLS-FM CHICAGO Classic Hits Cumulus 1,095,000 WXNY-FM La X 96.3 NEW YORK Spanish Contemporary Univision 1,087,600 KSPF-FM 98.7 The Spot DALLAS Classic Hits Audacy 1,085,900 KDGE-FM Star 102.1 DALLAS AC iHeartMedia 1,043,800 KYSR-FM Alt 98.7 LOS ANGELES Alternative iHeartMedia 1,036,900 WPAT-FM 93.1 Amor NEW YORK Spanish Contemporary Spanish Broadcasting 1,035,500 WBEB-FM B101.1 PHILADELPHIA AC Audacy 1,034,600 KKHH-FM 95.7 The Spot HOUSTON Adult Hits Audacy 1,034,000 KROQ-FM 106.7 K-Roq LOS ANGELES Alternative Audacy 1,024,000 KRRL-FM Real 92.3 LOS ANGELES Hip Hop/R&B iHeartMedia 1,012,300 WNIC-FM 100.3 WNIC DETROIT AC iHeartMedia 1,000,200 KGLK-FM The Eagle 106.9 & 107.5 HOUSTON Classic Rock Urban One 990,600 KLAX-FM 97.9 La Raza LOS ANGELES Regional Mexican Spanish Broadcasting 981,500 KHMX-FM Mix 96.5 HOUSTON Hot AC Audacy 968,900 WXRT-FM 93XRT CHICAGO AAA Audacy 966,400 WTMX-FM 101.9 The Mix CHICAGO Hot AC Hubbard 958,800 KNX-FM KNX News 97.1 LOS ANGELES News Audacy 957,500 WFAN-FM 101.9 The Fan NEW YORK Sports Audacy 954,600 WBMX-FM 104.3 Jams CHICAGO Classic Hip Hop Audacy 954,000 KJKK-FM 100.3 Jack FM DALLAS Adult Hits Audacy 940,000 KLOS-FM 95.5 KLOS LOS ANGELES Classic Rock Meruelo Group 934,300 WKSC-FM 103.5 Kiss FM CHICAGO CHR iHeartMedia 916,900 WSB-FM B98.5 ATLANTA AC Cox Media 910,100 KHKS-FM 106.1 Kiss FM DALLAS CHR iHeartMedia 868,700 WMGK-FM 102.9 MGK PHILADELPHIA Classic Rock Beasley 867,200 WBBM-FM B96 CHICAGO CHR Audacy 840,300 KISQ-FM 98.1 The Breeze SAN FRANCISCO Soft AC iHeartMedia 836,300 KPWR-FM Power 106 LOS ANGELES Rhythmic CHR Meruelo Group All ratings are Copyright ? 2005-2024* The Nielsen Company. 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    June 14th, 2024, 03:10 PM
    From Radio Online: Norsan Media, a radio broadcaster focused on Latino audiences in the Southeast, is expanding its footprint with the acquisition of three stations from JVC Broadcasting in Orlando, FL. The $6 million deal includes Conservative Talk 103.1 WFYY (Florida Man Radio) in Windermere, Sports More...
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    June 14th, 2024, 02:40 PM
    From Radio Online: AccuWeather, which forecasts weather for over 400 radio affiliates, names media and technology industry veteran Matt Gillis to the new role of Chief Business Officer. Reporting to CEO Steven R. Smith, Gillis will lead AccuWeather's sales, business development and marketing teams, driving the company's market More...
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    June 14th, 2024, 02:00 PM
    From Radio Online: In continuation of the Radio Mercury Awards webinar series, the next presentation, "Takeaways from the 2024 Radio Mercury Awards Judges and Winners," will help broadcasters hone their craft and elevate their radio creative. The live presentation will take place at noon CT on Tuesday, More...
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    June 14th, 2024, 12:50 PM
    From Radio Insight: In the year or so since veteran programmer/morning host Bobby Rich left KDRI (The Drive) Tucson, Ariz., following the station?s sale to the Bustos Media cluster, regular listeners tell me they?ve noticed some changes in the station?s mix ? a few more ?80s titles, more Classic Rock. It?s hard to define, in part because Rich?s intent was always for the station to be hard to pigeonhole. A year after his departure, Rich announced the formation of Bobby-Rich-Radio, specializing in 50-plus formats.*In the meantime, The Drive under PD/mornings Matt Gentry has remained a punch button on my car radio (now that having Tune-In on Android Auto has made such things possible.) I cannot as easily listen to John Sebastian?s KOAI (The Wow Factor) Phoenix;it?s still geo-blocked, but it remains an ROR reader favorite. It?s also one of the stations that audience members wanted to talk about at Radiodays North America, both on the Classic Hits panel and in the halls. So it?s time for our annual(ish) First Listen to both stations. The templates remain the same. The Drive has personalities who remind you of the radio that played those ’70s hits when they were currents. The Wow Factor remains jockless, although Sebastian has added a female voice to the station imaging. Both stations emphasize being locally owned. A Wow Factor drop encourages listeners to spread the word to help KOAI against the ?out of state corporations that own the other stations in the valley.? Despite KOAI?s ?Wow Factor? handle, it?s always been the most hit-driven of the two stations ? mostly songs that test (or would, if stations still tested them). The Drive continues to have more of a ?lost ?70s? feel. KOAI was the more Classic Rock-flavored of the crop of ?60s/?70s Oldies stations that have popped up in recent years, but that?s narrowed as a result of the Drive?s modifications over the last years. Here?s KOAI just before 11 a.m. on June 5: Rolling Stones, ?Ruby Tuesday? Cars, ?Good Times Roll? Abba, ?Dancing Queen? B.J. Thomas, ?Hooked on a Feeling? Little River Band, ?Help Is on the Way? Eric Clapton, ?Wonderful Tonight? Beatles, ?Let It Be? Rascals, ?A Beautiful Morning? Simon & Garfunkel, ?Bridge Over Troubled Water? Fleetwood Mac, ?You Make Loving Fun? Malo, ?Suavecito? Grass Roots, ?Midnight Confessions? Queen, ?Killer Queen? Looking Glass, ?Brandy (You?re a Fine Girl)? And here?s The Drive just before 10 p.m. that evening: Eric Clapton, ?Let It Rain? Sonny & Cher, ?The Beat Goes On? Dan Hill, ?Sometimes When We Touch? Miracles, ?Tracks of My Tears? John Denver, ?Thank God I?m a Country Boy? Beach Boys, ?Good Vibrations? Dionne Warwick, ?Heartbreaker? James Taylor, ?Don?t Let Me Be Lonely Tonight? Billy Joe Royal, ?Cherry Hill Park? Climax, ?Precious and Few? The Band, ?Up on Cripple Creek? Culture Club, ?Do You Really Want to Hurt Me?? Tarney Spencer Band, ?No Time to Lose? Beatles, ?All My Lovin?? Joe Cocker & Jennifer Warnes, ?Up Where We Belong? Ace Frehley, ?New York Groove? Sly & Family Stone, ?Family Affair? more
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    June 14th, 2024, 10:00 AM
    From Radio Online: Benztown releases two new episodes of "Chachi Loves Everybody," an original podcast hosted by Benztown President and audio brand builder Dave "Chachi" Denes. The episodes feature Chachi's recent sit-down with Tony Coles, President of Multi-Cultural Business and Development for iHeartMedia and President of More...
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    June 14th, 2024, 08:10 AM
    From Radio Insight: Entravision has sold its digital advertising representation business to Aleph Group’s IMS Internet Media Services Inc. for approximately $16.4 million. Aleph Group will acquire Entravision’s MediaDonuts Pte. Ltd. and Redmas Ventures S.L. that operate as Entravision Global Partners in certain countries in Asia and Latin America. The deal is set to close later this month. As part of the agreement, Entravision will fulfill its Earn-Out Agreement with the founders of MediaDonuts from its 2021 acquisition. Originally set to be paid in April 2025 based on a pre-determined multiple of EBITDA for each of calendar years 2023 and 2024, Entravision will pay the founders of MediaDonuts $6.5 million to end their obligations. more
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    June 14th, 2024, 05:40 AM
    From Radio Insight: Beth Mann’s Ham Broadcasting Company purchases Classic Rock 93.9 WKTG, Hot AC “Mad Mix 106” 105.9 W290CR/WKTG-HD2 and Classic Country 730 WFMW/94.9 W235AC/107.7 W299CN Madisonville KY from Robert Kelley’s Sound Broadcasters Inc. for $815,000. Ham owns five other stations and four translators in Kentucky and will begin operating the Sound stations via Time Brokerage Agreement on July 1. Dirk Nadon’s Lakes Media LLC acquires Classic Hits “The Shore” 1420 WASR/97.1 W246DI Wolfeboro NH from Winnipesaukee Radio Station for $75,000. An LMA took effect on June 12. As part of the deal, Lakes Media will apply for a new transmitter and power reduction to 400 watts daytime and be responsible for the associated costs. WASR will join a cluster that includes Soft AC “Lakes FM 101.5” WWLK-FM Meredith and Classic Rock “104.9 The Hawk” WLKZ Wolfeboro. Lincoln University sells 88.9 WLNX Lincoln IL to Independent Baptist Media Inc. for $15,000. Translator SalesDimes Media adds an additional signal in San Luis Obispo CA with the purchase of 107.7 K299BE San Luis Obispo from Spirit Communications for $28,000. The translator will rebroadcast an HD subchannel of 106.1 KWWWV Santa Margarita. Sale WithdrawalsTim Martz’s Radio Power Inc. has withdrawn its November 2022 donation of 660 WAMO Wilkinsburg/Pittsburgh PA to Pittsburgh Public Media. The donation was made after the station’s translator and programming were sold to Audacy. Marc Paskin has withdrawn his $500,000 acquisition of 106.7 KNAN Nanakuli/Honolulu HI from Donald Hildre and Bob Kemp?s Big D Consulting. more
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    June 13th, 2024, 06:44 PM
    From Radio Insight: Following the Memorial Day Weekend flip of “95.9 The River” WERV-FM Aurora IL from Classic Rock to Classic Alternative, Alpha Media has announced it has partnered with Broadway Media Salt Lake City to bring in “X96” KXRK Salt Lake City Program Director ‘Todd Nuke’Em’ Noker as Content Director for the station. Noker, who will also host middays at WERV, will continue in his roles as PD and afternoon host at KXRK. He will be joined by KXRK midday host Artie Fufkin, who will track nights for WERV-FM. Previous morning host Scott MacKay and afternoon host Nick Jakusz remain in place locally. Alpha Media EVP/Content Phil Becker commented on the format change first stating, “Classic Alternative is a natural extension of Classic Rock. Just as throwback hip-hop stations tapped into a rich vein of nostalgia for 90s rap and R&B about ten years ago, we believe Classic Alternative will do the same for the alternative hits of the 90s. There’s a valuable audience in Chicagoland that’s been overlooked, and 95.9 The River is poised to fill that gap with a format that resonates deeply with listeners who grew up on this music. We anticipate this will be one of the nation’s hottest new formats for those who execute it properly.” Becker then commented on Nuke’Em’s hiring adding, “This is a revolutionary approach to programming. By working with another radio group like Broadway Media to share Todd’s services, we are pioneering a new way of thinking about talent and content development. Additionally, Alpha Media’s recent move into a shared workspace with Broadway Media highlights our commitment to unconventional and progressive ideas, further solidifying our reputation as industry innovators.” Nuke’Em states, “I am beyond excited to join 95.9 The River and help shape its new identity as a Classic Alternative station. The 90s alternative era was a groundbreaking time in music, and I’m thrilled to bring that energy and spirit to Chicagoland.” more
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    June 13th, 2024, 06:44 PM
    From Radio Insight: When iHeartMedia launched Bilingual AC “Magic 93.9” WMIA-FM last November, the company followed by launching additional bilingual brands including an 80s/90s Classic Hits named “Retro” on its app and some HD2’s. Now that brand appears ready to make its first appearance on the FM dial. Plus Seven Mountains Media’s upcoming revamp in Parkersburg WV. This content is for Premium Annual and Premium Monthly members only. Visit the site and log in/register to read. more
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    June 13th, 2024, 06:44 PM
    From Radio Insight: Norsan Media has announced the acquisition of JVC Broadcasting’s stations in Orlando FL for an undisclosed amount. Norsan will acquire Conservative Talk “Florida Man Radio” 103.1 WFYY Windermere and Sports “ESPN 660” WDYZ Altamonte Springs/105.5 W288CJ Oviedo with flips to Spanish language formats to follow. CEO Natalia Sanchez Alvarez says, “This is not only the 9th market the company will have operations in, but it?s a strategic move to embed within the thriving local Hispanic community in Orlando and foster genuine connections there. As we continue to expand and innovate, these additions are poised to bring fresh perspectives and dynamic content to our growing audience. Stay tuned for more details in the coming weeks.” Norsan Media was founded by Norberto Sanchez in 2004 and currently owns 40+ radio stations, 4 television stations, and regional print/digital publications. Its holding company NORSAN dates to 1987 and operates 18 restaurants. JVC Broadcasting will retain its stations in Long Island NY and Fort Walton Beach and Ocala FL. more
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    June 13th, 2024, 03:10 PM
    From Radio Insight: The fourth and final day of Nielsen Audio’s PPM releases for the month bring Austin, Raleigh/Durham, Indianapolis, Nashville, Milwaukee, Jacksonville, Providence, Norfolk, Greensboro/Winston-Salem, West Palm Beach, Memphis, and Hartford. All the numbers can be found at RadioInsight.com/Ratings. AustinWaterloo Media Variety Hits “103.5 Bob-FM” KBPA holds at a 11.5 share. iHeartMedia Country 98.1 KVET-FM jumps up 5.4 to 7.1. Public News/Talk 90.5 KUT-FM falls 8.4 – 7.6 – 6.1. Audacy AC “Majic 95.5” KKMJ is down 6.3 to 5.5. AAA 98.9 KUTX is down 5.3 to 4.8. In its final monthly before its flip to Texas/Red Dirt Country, Audacy Classic Hip Hop “Hot 95.9” KKMJ-HD3 holds at a 0.6 share. Raleigh/DurhamRadio One Adult R&B “Foxy 107.1/104.3” WFXC/WFXK rises 8.6 – 8.9 – 10.0. iHeartMedia Conservative Talk “Talk 106.1” WTKK jumps up 7.3 to 8.3. Capitol Broadcasting AC “Mix 101.5” WRAL-FM slides 9.2 – 8.9 – 8.1. Curtis Media Variety Hits “96.1 BBB” WBBB continues its surge up from its 4.5 in Holiday 2023 to rise 6.7 to 7.8 for its best share since April 2021. Public News/Talk 91.5 WUNC-FM is down 8.7 – 7.9 – 6.9. Curtis Media Country 94.7 WQDR slips 5.4 – 5.1 – 4.9, while iHeart’s “B93.9” WNCB is down 4.1 to 3.5. iHeartMedia CHR “G105” WDCG is up 3.8 to 4.4. IndianapolisRadio One AC “B105.7” WYXB remains on top 9.2 to 9.1. Cumulus Classic Hits 104.5 WJJK moves up to second 6.7 – 7.8 – 8.5. Radio One Adult R&B 106.7 WTLC-FM slides 9.5 – 8.1 – 7.2. Radio One News/Talk 93.1 WIBC is up 5.1 – 5.7 – 6.9. iHeartMedia Classic Rock “Q95” WFBQ is up 6.2 to 6.5. Cumulus AC “107.9 The Mix” WNTR is up 4.7 to 5.3. iHeartMedia Classic Alternative “Indy 103.3” WOLT is up 4.0 – 4.4 – 4.8. Public News/Talk 90.1 WFYI falls 5.9 to 4.8. Thanks to the Pacers run to the conference finals and the buzz around Caitlin Clark’s debut for the Fever, Radio One Sports “93.5/107.5 The Fan” WIBC-HD2 jumps up 2.3 to 3.5. Radio One Hip Hop “Hot 100.9” WHHH slides 4.5 – 4.1. – 3.0. NashvilleMidwest Communications AC “Mix 92.9” WJXA jumps up 9.9 to 11.7 to build a four and a half share lead in Music City. iHeartMedia Hip Hip “101.1 The Beat” WUBT surges up from tenth to second with a 4.7 to 7.2 jump. Midwest Variety Hits “96.3 Jack-FM” WCJK is up 6.9 to 7.0. Cumulus Conservative Talk “99.7 WTN” WWTN see-saws 6.5 – 5.7 – 6.5. iHeartMedia Classic Rock “105.9 The Rock” WNRQ is up 5.8 to 6.1. iHeartMedia CHR “107.5 The River” WRVW climbs 4.9 to 5.8. Cumulus Sports “104.5 The Zone” WGFX slides 6.6 – 5.5 – 5.3. Cromwell Media Rock “102.9 The Buzz” WBUZ is down 5.0 to 4.2. Cumulus’ “103.3 Country” WKDF is down 6.9 to 5.5, while iHeartMedia’s competing “The Big 98” WSIX dips 5.7 to 5.5. Cumulus Classic Country “95.5 Nash Icon” WSM-FM continues its spring rise 3.8 – 4.1 – 4.8. Hope Media Group Christian AC “88.7 Way-FM” gets a bump from the demise of Salem Christian AC “94 The Fish” WFFH/WFFI as it rises 2.5 – 3.2 – 3.6. EMF’s existing “K-Love” 97.1 WLVU is down 3.6 – 3.3 – 3.1, while WFFH/WFFI as it moved to its placeholder formats for the month of May drops from a 3.6 to 0.8. MilwaukeeiHeartMedia Conservative Talk 1130 WISN climbs 9.0 – 10.3 – 12.1 for what Ratings Expert Chris Huff notes is its largest share since November 2020. Saga Classic Rock “Hometown Rock 96.5” WKLH moves up to second 7.8 to 8.0. iHeart Classic Hits “95.7 Big-FM” WRIT-FM dips 7.0 to 6.5. iHeart Country “FM 106.1” WMIL is up 5.0 to 5.5. Audacy AC “99.1 The Mix” WMYX inches up 4.6 to 4.7. Milwaukee Radio Alliance AC “B93.3” WLDB slides 5.4 – 4.8 – 4.5 – 3.9. iHeart Hip Hop “V100” WKKV is down 4.0 – 3.2 – 3.0. Saga’s “Pure Oldies 106.9” WRXS-FM drops 3.6 to 2.9. AAA “88nine” WYMS is up 0.6 to 0.7, but notably its HD subchannel Urban Alternative “Hyfin” WYMS-HD2 rises 0.2 to 0.8 to surpass the share of its parent signal with no analog option. JacksonvilleCox Classic Rock “96.9 The Eagle” WJGL maintains its lead despite sliding 12.2 – 11.8 – 10.2. Renda AC 96.1 WEJZ is down 10.6 – 10.2 – 9.9. Cox News/Talk 104.5 WOKV-FM dips 9.1 to 8.7. iHeartMedia Adult R&B “V101.5” WSOL-FM is up 6.7 to 7.4, while sister Country 99.1 WQIK rises 5.9 to 6.8. iHeart Hip Hop “93.3 The Beat” WJBT trends up 4.6 – 5.3 – 5.7. Renda’s “99.9 Gator Country” WGNE is down 4.6 to 4.0. iHeartMedia Rock “107.3 Planet Radio” WPLA slides 4.8 – 4.6 – 4.0. Public News/Talk 89.9 WJCT rises 2.1 – 2.4 – 2.8. ProvidenceiHeartMedia Rock 94.1 WHJY rises 8.0 to 9.2 to retake the top spot. Cumulus AC “Lite 105.1” WWLI is down 9.6 to 8.6. Hall Communications’ “Cat Country 98.1” WCTK slips 8.4 – 8.0 – 7.7. Cumulus News/Talk 630 WPRO/99.7 WEAN rises 6.2 – 7.0 – 7.3. iHeartMedia Hot AC “Now 93.3” continues to climb 5.7 – 6.6 – 7.1 for what Huff notes is its largest share since January 2014. Cumulus CHR “92 Pro-FM” WPRO-FM rises 4.3 to 4.9. Full Power Radio Spanish Tropical “Latina 100.3” WKKB is down 2.1 – 1.7 – 1.4. Norfolk/Virginia BeachAudacy’s duo of Adult R&B “95.7 R&B” WVKL (down 10.2 to 9.9) and AC “101.3 2WD” WWDE (up 7.1 to 7.6) take the top two spots. Sinclair Variety Hits “93.7 Bob-FM” WNOB dips 7.6 to 7.4. iHeartMedia Hip Hop “103 Jamz” WOWI climbs 5.9 to 7.0. Saga Rock “FM 99” WNOR trends up 4.8 – 5.8 – 6.0 to tie sister Classic Rock “106.9 The Fox” WAFX as it dips 6.1 to 6.0.. The Country battle tightens with Max Media’s “97.3 The Eagle” WGH-FM down 6.3 – 5.5 – 5.2 and Sinclair’s “US 106.1” WUSH up 4.0 to 4.5. Max Media AC “92.9 The Wave” WTWV-FM is down 5.4 to 4.9, while sister Adult R&B “100.5 The Vibe” WVBW is down 4.4 – 4.1 – 3.9. Audacy Hot AC “94.9 The Point” WPTE holds at a 2.4 share, but its stream is up 0.1 – 0.6 – 0.7. Sister Rhythmic CHR “Z104” WNVZ is down 3.1 to 2.5. Greensboro/Winston-SalemAudacy takes the top three spots with Adult R&B 97.1 WQMG up 12.6 to 13.0, Hip Hop “102 Jamz” WJMH up 7.1 – 8.2 – 9.3, and Variety Hits “98.7 Simon” WSMW off 9.3 to 9.2. iHeartMedia AC “Mix 99.5” WMAG continues its decline 9.7 – 6.7 – 6.3. Dick Broadcasting Classic Rock “Rock 92” WKRR is off 6.2 to 6.1. Dick CHR 107.5 WKZL is up for the fifth straight month 4.4 to 4.8. iHeartMedia Classic Rock “Real Rock 105.7” WVBZ trends down 4.1 – 3.8 – 3.2. Both Country stations settle into a tie this month. iHeart’s “Q104.1” WTQR dips 4.6 to 4.3, while Audacy’s “93.1 The Wolf” WPAW is up 3.8 – 4.1 – 4.3. West Palm BeachHubbard Hot AC 97.9 WRMF declines 8.3 to 7.1, but maintains its lead over sister Adult R&B “X102.3” WMBX as it drops 6.9 to 6.4. iHeartMedia AC “Kool 105.5” WOLL slides 7.7 – 6.9 – 5.7. Hubbard’s “New Country 103.1” WIRK is down 5.2 to 4.0. iHeart Classic Rock “98.7 The Gator” WKGR is up 3.4 to 3.8. Hubbard Classic Hits “Sunny 107.9” WEAT is down 4.0 to 3.6. Hope Media Group Christian AC “88.1 Way-FM” WAYF drops 4.7 to 3.4. iHeartMedia CHR “Wild 95.5” WLDI doubles up 1.4 to 2.8 for its best showing since last May. Glades Media Regional Mexican “99.5 La Ley” WLLY rises 1.8 – 2.2 – 2.6. JDD Radio’s recently launched Hip Hop “104.7 The Flame” WFLM is up 0.5 to 0.9. MemphisiHeartMedia Adult R&B “V101” KJMS leads 13.5 to 12.5. iHeart Hip Hop “K97” WHRK dips 8.5 to 8.2. Audacy AC “104.5 The River” WRVR slides 9.2 – 8.1 – 7.4. iHeart Gospel “95.7 Hallelujah-FM” WHAL-FM is down 8.5 – 7.6 – 6.5. Audacy Country “99.7 The Wolf” WLFP is up 3.5 to 3.9. iHeart R&B Oldies 1070 WDIA is up 3.2 to 3.8. Cumulus Media and Flinn stations do not subscribe to Nielsen in Memphis. HartfordAudacy AC “Lite 100.5” WRCH climbs 8.7 – 9.4 – 9.8 with sister Hot AC 96.5 WTIC-FM right behind up 8.0 to 8.9 plus its stream adding a 0.6 share. iHeartMedia Classic Hits “105.9 The River” WHCN is up 8.0 to 8.3. Audacy Hip Hop “Hot 93.7” WZMX dips down 6.8 to 6.7. iHeart Country 92.5 WWYZ is down 6.8 to 6.4 to tie for fifth with Public News/Talk 90.5 WNPR-FM as it climbs 5.0 to 6.4, which Huff notes is its largest share since December 2022. Full Power Radio Classic Rock “102.9 The Whale” WDRC-FM sets off a brass bonanza up 4.1 – 4.8 – 5.8. Connoisseur Media Classic Rock 99.1 WPLR rises 2.8 to 3.5. Audacy News/Talk 1080 WTIC falls 6.2 – 5.4 – 4.2 for its lowest showing since September 2022. iHeart CHR “Kiss 95.7” WKSS slides 5.0 – 4.8 – 3.9. iHeartMedia’s “Fox Sports 97.9” WUCS-FM trends down 2.1 – 1.8 – 1.5. more
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    June 13th, 2024, 03:10 PM
    From Radio Insight: Shawn Knight has exited mornings at Cumulus Media AC “Majic 107.7” KMAJ-FM Topeka KS after three years. Knight joined KMAJ-FM in July 2021. He stated, “?I am thankful to management at Cumulus Media for this amazing opportunity. Hosting mornings on Majic 107.7 for 3 years was an absolute pleasure as I took the show #1 in ratings, met wonderful listeners in Topeka and surrounding areas, and won numerous awards with Danielle Norwood. I am excited about my next opportunity.? Prior to joining KMAJ-FM, Knight served as APD/afternoon host at Townsquare Media Adult R&B ?107.3 Kiss-FM? KISX Tyler TX. He has also held on-air roles at WKZJ Columbus GA, WPWX, WGCI, and WSRB Chicago, and WTLC and WTLC-FM Indianapolis. Knight is seeking his next opportunity and can be reached at (773) 392-3325 or shawnknightshow@live.com. Co-host Danielle Norwood remains in place in mornings at KMAJ-FM. more
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    June 13th, 2024, 03:10 PM
    From Radio Online: Lemonada Media launches the new original podcast "The Pink House" hosted by recording artist Sam Smith. Each episode of "The Pink House" will hear from Smith as they sit down with friends and queer cultural icons to share how they all found their own places in the world with stories of belonging, chosen More...
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    June 13th, 2024, 03:10 PM
    From Radio Online: Shawn Knight is departing Cumulus AC KMAJ-FM (Majic 107.7) in Topeka, KS as morning host, effective Thursday June 13. The veteran air personality had co-hosted "The Majic Morning Show" since July, 2021 from 5:30-10am. A Chicago native, Knight has been an on-air staple for over two decades. Before joining More...
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    June 13th, 2024, 02:30 PM
    From Radio Online: Charlye Parker -- one of the first female radio hosts in Washington State history -- will announce her retirement after 60 years in radio on a farewell show with "Mitchell and Moffett" on Friday, June 14 from 6-9am on Classic Country KXA-AM andamp; FM. Parker has worked at KTRC in Santa Fe, KRZY in Alburquerque, More...
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    June 13th, 2024, 11:11 AM
    From Radio Insight: YEA Networks “Tino Cochino Radio” has entered another Pennsylvania market as it will be heard at night on iHeartMedia CHR “B104” WAEB-FM Allentown from 7-11pm. Tino Cochino Radio replaces KIIS-FM Los Angeles based EJ in the time slot and recently was added for the same timeslot on “FM 97” WLAN-FM Lancaster/Harrisburg. iHeartMedia EVP/Programming Jeff Hurley commented, “I?m thrilled for Tino Cochino Radio to bring their energy and excitement to weeknights on B104 Allentown! The show delivers engaging conversations, interactive segments, and a social media presence that connects with our audience like never before.” Cochino added, “WAEB is a heritage radio station and it’s truly a big deal for us to be a part of it. iHeart Media EVPP Jeff Hurley and National CHR Program Director Derek Cole believe in personality radio and we’re here for it! Our goal is to always make an emotional connection that will keep the listeners coming back for more and we can’t wait to connect with the Lehigh Valley every night.” more
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    June 13th, 2024, 10:40 AM
    From Radio Online: Audacy's 50kW WCCO/Minneapolis and KDWN andamp; K268CS (K-DAWN)/Las Vegas add Red Apple Audio Networks' "The Other Side of Midnight with Frank Morano," an overnight show which airs live weeknights from 1-5am ET. You might remember that K-DAWN is the radio station that put overnight legend Art Bell on the map. "The More...
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    June 13th, 2024, 10:00 AM
    From Radio Online: Cox Media Group (CMG)/Orlando's Heather Torres-Thomas was named the 2024 Salesperson of the Year during the Medallas de Cortez award ceremony at the 2024 Hispanic Radio Conference. The awards celebrate excellence in Hispanic radio programming, sales and management. They honor the legacy of Raoul Cortez, who More...
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    June 13th, 2024, 09:30 AM
    From Radio Insight: Red Apple Audio Networks’ ?The Other Side of Midnight with Frank Morano” has been added at a pair of Audacy News/Talk stations. 830 WCCO Minneapolis and “101.5 K-Dawn” KMXB-HD3 Las Vegas have added the WABC New York based program for overnights. Morano commented, “I?m incredibly grateful to be on both of these great radio stations. I?ve dreamt on being on the radio in Minnesota ever since Jesse Ventura ran for Governor. It?s great to be on a station that has so many independent thinkers. I?m absolutely thrilled to be on the air in Las Vegas, a 24/7 city. It?s great to talk to an audience in a city that?s up all night.” Red Apple Media and WABC President Chad Lopez added, ?We?re thrilled to add these two great affiliates to The Red Apple Audio Networks. Listeners tell us they can?t go to sleep because stay up to hear what Frank is going to say next!? more
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    June 13th, 2024, 08:11 AM
    From Radio Insight: Binnie Media has appointed Don Bedell as Market Manager for their Midcoast Maine stations Country “105.5 The Wolf” WBYA Islesboro and Classic Hits “106.9 Frank-FM” WBQX Thomaston. Bedell comes to Maine after a long run in State College PA where he mostly recently served as Director of Business Support for Penn State University’s WPSU-FM and WPSU-TV since 2019 after stints as Market Manager of Seven Mountains Media from 2015-19, and earlier runs as Director of Sales for Results Radio and the Centre County Gazette newspaper and General Manager of Forever Media. He also ran his own marketing agency and co-owns a music store. Bedell has also held sales roles in Altoona PA, Buckhannon WV, and Canton OH. Bedell commented, ?Ever since honeymooning in Camden 32 years ago, my wife and I have discussed ending up on the Midcoast of Maine. When I reached out to Faith Francis at Binnie Media and had conversations with her, Massimo Rosati, Jon Sundberg, and founder Bill Binnie, I knew this would be a great fit for me. I’m so excited to be moving to the Midcoast and joining the team at Binnie Media!” Binne Media Maine VP/Sales Jon Sundberg added, ?Maine?s Midcoast is such a unique place with vibrant people and businesses, and we?re delighted to have Don bring his vast experience and enthusiasm to that market, and to Binnie Media as a whole. The addition of someone with Don Bedell?s impressive credentials to our team exemplifies Binnie Media?s ability to attract and retain the most experienced and professional staff.*Having incredibly talented people like Don working for Binnie Media ensures we will continue to deliver unique opportunities and positive return on investment to our clients.? more
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    June 13th, 2024, 06:11 AM
    From Radio Insight: The syndicated “Hacker Morning Show” has relaunched as “Hacker and Mack” as Nancy Mack joins Tommy ‘The Hacker’ Hurtado and producer Rudy Hinojosa Jr. Mack previously co-hosted mornings at Alpha Media Country 97.9 KGNC Amarillo and tracks middays on Tejano “Q99.5” KQCT San Angelo TX. She has previously worked in Seattle, Dallas, and multiple markets in Canada. Hurtado previously served as PD/morning host at KXSS and KQFX Amarillo, KIXY San Angelo, and has hosted mornings at KLHB Corpus Christi. “Hacker & Mack” are currently heard on Hutton Broadcasting Rhythmic Hot AC “Jam’n 94.7” KLBU Santa Fe NM and a number of LPFMs across the country. Hurtado states, “We have put a lot of hard work into this as a team to build a product that can better any radio station! Me and Mack can be your go-to show for entertainment, engaging topics, and fun interacting games that engage and attract a loyal listening audience.” KRYC-LP Yuba City CA and KLZY-LP Salina KS Program Director Dan Mathews adds, “The Hacker & Mack Show has had a huge impact on our station, they are super funny and relatable to our audience!” “Hacker and Mack” are available for any daypart via digital download. Interested parties can reach out to Hurtado at tommythehacker01@gmail.com or (806)680-7675. more
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    June 12th, 2024, 04:20 PM
    From Radio Insight: Alpha Media has announced that Tim Richards will serve as Content Director for its recently launched “Free Country” simulcast in the Chicago market of 98.3 WCCQ Crest Hill/Joliet and 102.3 WXLC Waukegan IL. The Phoenix based Richards also serves as head of the Smith Richards Collective consultancy and will continue as Content Director for Alpha’s “98.7 The Bull” KUPL Portland. Alpha states that his “appointment leverages his extensive experience and deep understanding of the country music landscape, enhancing the synergy between KUPL, WCCQ, and WXLC” and ensuring “a cohesive and dynamic approach to programming across these key markets”. Richards launched his consultancy along with the late Steve Smith in 2020. He previously had a long run in Phoenix with stints from 2011 to 2020 as Show Director for the syndicated Johnjay & Rich show and Program Director of iHeartMedia CHR ?104.7 Kiss-FM? KZZP, before moving to CBS Radio/Audacy as PD of Country 107.9 KMLE in 2013 and later adding those duties for Classic Hits 94.5 KOOL-FM and cluster Operations Manager in 2014 and VP/Programming in 2015. Richards has also served as OM/RVP Programming for Clear Channel Tucson from 2003-11 after a previous stint from 1996-1999, and has programmed Alternative ?Q101? WKQX Chicago, CHR ?Q95.5? WKQI Detroit, was Regional PD for Pacific Star Communications, and APD/MD of Hot AC ?Mix 98.5? WBMX Boston. Richards commented, “The opportunity to lead the content strategy for Free Country Chicago while continuing my work with KUPL and the Smith Richards Collective is incredibly exciting.? Alpha Media EVP/Content Phil Becker stated, “At Alpha Media, our commitment to the country music format is stronger than ever. With our footprint in Portland, San Francisco, and now Chicago, we’re uniting some of the best country music markets under one powerful umbrella. With Tim’s leadership, we’re poised to create a unified and robust country music experience for our listeners on an even larger scale.? more
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    June 12th, 2024, 03:40 PM
    From Radio Insight: Day 3 of Nielsen Audio’s PPM releases are now available for Charlotte, Portland, San Antonio, Salt Lake City, Sacramento, Orlando, Pittsburgh, Las Vegas, Cincinnati, Kansas City, Cleveland and Columbus. All the numbers can be found at RadioInsight.com/Ratings. CharlotteBeasley Media Country 103.7 WSOC is up for the fifth straight month rising from a 5.4 back in Holiday 2023 up 7.9 to 8.4. iHeartMedia Variety Hits “102.9 the Lake” WLKO is also showing significant month-to-month growth rising from a 4.6 in January up 5.9 to 7.4. Beasley Adult R&B “V101.9” WBAV rises 5.3 to 6.5. iHeartMedia Country “96.9 The Kat” WKKT dips 6.4 to 6.1. Radio One Adult R&B “105.3 R&B” WOSF is up 5.2 to 5.3. Pacific Broadcasting Group Classic Hits “95.7 The Ride” WXRC begins subscribing showing its share down 5.7 to 5.2. Radio One News/Talk 1110 WBT/99.3 WBT-FM rises 4.0 – 4.2 – 4.7, while co-owned Gospel “Praise 100.9” WPZS-FM falls 3.4 to 2.2. The CHR battle tightens as Beasley’s “Kiss 95.1” WNKS is down 3.0 to 2.6 and iHeartMedia’s “Hits 96.1” WHQC rises 1.9 to 2.4. PortlandiHeartMedia AC “K103” KKCW is down for the fifth straight month 10.6 to 9.9 but continues to hold a dominant lead. Alpha Media News/Talk 101.1 KXL is second down for the fourth straight month 6.4 to 5.8. iHeart Classic Hits “106.7 The Eagle” KLTH is up 5.3 to 5.6. “All Classical Radio” 89.9 KQAC rises 3.7 – 4.4 – 5.2. Public News/Talk 91.5 KOPB-FM dips 5.1 to 5.0, but its stream rises 0.7 to 1.0. Salem Media Group Regional Mexican “El Rey 93.1” KRYP is up 3.7 to 4.3. Audacy’s relaunched Hot AC “Bella 105” KRSK is up 2.2 – 2.3 – 2.7. Jazz 89.1 KMHD trends up 2.3 – 2.8 – 3.0 – 3.3 – 4.0, for what Ratings Expert Chris Huff notes is an all-time high for the station. Alpha Media Country “98.7 The Bull” KUPL is up 3.3 to 3.4, but that is enough to leapfrog Audacy’s “99.5 The Wolf” KWJJ as it drops 3.8 to 3.0. Audacy Classic Rock 92.3 KGON is down 3.5 – 3.3 – 2.4 for what Huff notes is its lowest share since its first survey after its flip to Rock in February 1974. San AntonioCox Media Group takes the top three spots in the Alamo City. Classic Hits 101.1 KONO-FM rises 8.8 to 9.9 with its stream adding an additional 0.8 share. Country “Y100” KCYY dips 7.1 to 6.7 (stream adds 0.5). Rock 99.5 KISS-FM drops 6.6 to 6.0. Univision Rhythmic AC “Vibe 107.5” KVBH trends up 4.5 – 4.9 – 5.6. EMF Christian AC “K-Love” 91.3 KZLV rises 4.2 to 5.4. Alpha Media Variety Hits “102.7 Jack-FM” KJXK is down 5.2 to 4.8. iHeartMedia AC “Q101.9” KQXT falls 5.6 to 4.8. iHeart Country “KJ 97” KAJA slips 4.8 to 4.2. Alpha Media’s “Norte?o 720/104.1” KSAH/KSAH-FM rises 2.8 to 3.5. Cox Hot AC “Hits 105.3” KSMG is up 4.1 to 4.5 with its stream doubling 0.3 to 0.6. iHeart CHR “Now 96.1” KXXM is up 2.1 to 2.5. Salt Lake CityBonneville AC “FM 100” KSFI grows its lead to three shares as it dips 9.1 to 8.7. Capitol Broadcasting AC “Now 97.9” KBZN rises to a second place tie 4.5 – 5.2 – 5.5 – 5.7 to match Bonneville Classic Rock “103.5 The Arrow” KRSP as it rises 4.9 to 5.7. Broadway Media CHR “Mix 105.1” KUDD jumps 3.9 to 4.9 for what Huff notes is its largest share since July 2022. Bonneville News/Talk 1160 KSL/102.7 KSL-FM falls 8.1 to 4.9. Broadway Media Alternative “X96” KXRK gains 3.7 to 4.8. iHeart Classic Rock “Rock 106.7” KAAZ climbs 2.8 – 3.1 – 3.5 – 3.9 and sister Conservative Talk 570 KNRS/105.9 KNRS-FM is up 2.6 to 3.1. iHeart CHR 97.1 KZHT is up 2.0 – 2.2 – 2.7. iHeartMedia Classic Hits 94.1 KODJ drops 5.0 to 4.4. Cumulus Media AC “B98.7” KBEE slides 4.7 – 4.0 – 2.5. iHeartMedia’s “My 99.5” KJMY is down 3.4 – 2.6 – 2.5. Broadway Media Classic Country “101.5 Hank-FM” KNAH climbs 1.0 – 1.8 – 2.2. AAA 90.9 KRCL doubles 0.6 to 1.2. SacramentoAudacy Classic Rock “Eagle 96.9” KSEG’s lead drops from over three shares to less than half a share with a 9.9 to 8.4 drop, while iHeartMedia News/Talk 1530 KFBK/93.1 KFBK-FM jumps up 6.2 to 8.0. Bonneville AC “Mix 96” KYMX jumps 6.4 to 7.2, but sister Country 105.1 KNCI is down 6.0 to 5.2. iHeartMedia Classic Hip Hop “V101” KHYL continues its slide 6.8 – 5.8 – 5.1. Audacy Rock “98 Rock” KRXQ gains 3.1 to 3.9 and CHR “106.5 The End” KUDL trends up 3.4 – 3.6 – 3.9. Public News/Talk 90.9 KXJZ rises 2.8 to 3.6, while co-owned Classical 88.9 KXPR is up 2.5 – 3.0 – 3.6. Lotus Regional Mexican “La Ranchera 92.1/105.5” KVMX-FM/KSAC-FM slides 4.3 – 3.3 – 3.1. Entravision Spanish Adult Hits “La Suavecita 104.3” KXSE is up 1.4 – 1.8 – 2.0. Bonneville’s “Sactown Sports 1140” KHTK drops 1.8 to 0.9. OrlandoAudacy Classic Hits “105.9 Sunny-FM” WOCL is up 10.4 to 10.8. Cox Adult R&B “Star 94.5” WCFB climbs 8.9 – 9.4 – 10.1 to set a new station record high surpassing the 10.0 set in January. iHeartMedia AC “Magic 107.7” WMGF inches up 8.9 to 9.0. iHeart Spanish Tropical “Rumba 100” WRuM is up 6.4 to 6.6, while CHR “XL 106.7” WXXL is down 6.4 to 5.8. Cox Country “K92.3” WWKA drops 6.2 to 5.3. iHeart Hot Talk “Real Radio 104.1” WTKS-FM falls 6.5 to 5.1. Audacy Hot AC “Mix 105.1” WOMX is down 5.7 to 4.9. Cox Spanish Hot AC “Exitos 96.5” WOEX slides 4.1 – 2.9 – 2.3. iHeartMedia Hip Hop “104.5 The Beat” WTKS-HD2 surges up 1.7 – 2.6 – 3.3 following the demise of Rhythmic CHR “Fly 103.1” WFYY in March. That station’s “Florida Man Radio” Hot Talk format holds at a 0.5 share. Las VegasiHeartMedia AC “Sunny 106.5” KSNE expands its lead down 9.5 to 9.4, while Beasley Classic Hits 96.3 KKLZ is down 9.2 to 8.7. Lotus Regional Mexican “La Buena 101.9” KWID falls 6.5 to 5.5 with sister Classic Rock “97.1 The Point” KXPT continuing its upward trend 2.9 – 3.6 – 4.4 – 4.5 tying Audacy Rhythmic Hot AC “Q100.5” KXQQ as it dips 4.9 to 4.5. Audacy CHR 98.5 KLUC continues its good luck since January rising 1.8 – 2.6 – 2.7 – 3.5 – 4.0. Latino Media Network Spanish CHR “Latino Beats 99.3” KRGT is down 3.3 – 2.5 – 1.8. PittsburghiHeartMedia Classic Hits “94.5 3WS” WWSW holds at a 10.7 share, while sister Classic Rock 102.5 WDVE moves 8.0 to 8.1. Audacy Sports “93.7 The Fan” KDKA-FM is off 8.0 to 7.8. iHeart CHR “96.1 Kiss” WKST-FM holds at a 7.6 share. Steel City Media Variety Hits “96.9 Bob-FM” WRRK is up 6.7 to 7.3. Audacy Country “Y108” WDSY jumps 3.8 to 5.0. iHeartMedia Country “Big 104.7” WPGB-FM is up 2.8 to 3.2. iHeartMedia Rock/Alternative “105.9 The X” WXDX falls 5.3 to 3.8. Steel City Media Hot AC “Q92.9” WLTJ swings 2.5 – 1.8 – 2.6. Audacy News/Talk 1020/100.1 KDKA trends up 3.8 – 4.3 – 4.6. iHeart Hot AC “100.7 Star” WBZZ slides 3.8 – 3.1 – 2.8 and Urban “WAMO 107.3” WDSY-HD2 is down 2.5 – 2.0 – 1.6. CincinnatiThe top two stations combine for a 24 share with Cumulus Classic Hits 103.5 WGRR reclaiming the top spot up 10.6 to 12.2, which Ratings Expert Chris Huff notes is its best showing since February 2022. iHeartMedia News/Talk 700 WLW is down 13.3 to 11.8. Hubbard Hot AC “Q102” WKRQ is up 7.8 to 8.4 with sister Country “B105” WUBE up 6.4 to 6.7. iHeartMedia Conservative Talk 550 WKRC inches up 6.0 to 6.1. iHeartMedia Rock 102.7 WEBN jumps up 4.5 to 5.4. Cumulus Classic Rock “92.5 The Fox” WOFX-FM trends up 4.1 – 4.8 – 5.0. Classical 90.9 WGUC gains 1.4 to 2.1. Hubbard AC “Mix 94.9” WREW is down 4.9 to 4.0. iHeartMedia CHR “Kiss 107.1” WKFS slides 2.6 – 2.4 – 1.9. Kansas CityCumulus Classic Rock “101 The Fox” KCFX takes the Kansas City lead up 8.7 to 9.6, while co-owned Classic Hits 94.9 KCMO-FM slides 11.4 – 10.7 – 9.5. Audacy Country “106.5 The Wolf” WDAF-FM rises 5.4 – 6.1 – 6.4. Audacy News/Talk 98.1 KMBZ-FM dips 5.6 to 5.4 with its stream up 0.9 to 1.3. Steel City Media Country 94.1 KFKF is off 5.5 to 5.3. Steel City Media CHR “Mix 93.3” KMXV rises 3.9 to 4.8. Steel City AC “KC 102.1” KCKC drops 4.2 to 3.5. Audacy Hot AC “99.7 The Point” KZPT slides 4.0 – 3.3 – 2.8. After falling behind Cumulus’ upstart “Power 105.1” KCJK last month, Carter Broadcasting Hip Hop “Hot 103 Jamz” KPRS-FM rises 2.6 to 3.3, while KCJK is down 3.1 to 2.8. ClevelandThree stations tie for the Cleveland lead. Radio One Adult R&B 93.1 WZAK drops 10.4 to 8.8, iHeartMedia Classic Hits “Majic 105.7” WMJI is up 8.5 to 8.8, and iHeart Hot Talk/Rock 100.7 WMMS is up 6.4 – 7.4 – 8.6 – 8.8. Huff notes that is the first time WMMS has a share of the Cleveland lead since 1991. Audacy Classic Rock 98.5 WNCX swings 8.0 – 6.9 – 8.1, with its stream adding a 0.5 share. iHeartMedia News/Talk 1100/106.9 WTAM holds at a 7.4 share. iHeartMedia Variety Hits “106.5 The Lake” WHLK slides 8.2 – 7.1 – 6.6 – 6.3, while sister Country 99.5 WGAR trends down 6.6 – 5.7 – 5.5. Public News/Talk 89.7 WKSU/104.9 WCPN is down 7.2 – 6.5 – 5.5. Audacy Sports “92.3 The Fan” WKRK-FM rises 4.2 to 4.8 and its stream adds a 0.6 to 1.0 gain. ColumbusiHeartMedia Country 92.3 WCOL holds at a 10.9 share. TEGNA Sports “97.1 The Fan” WBNS-FM inches up 7.6 to 7.8. iHeart Classic Hits “93.3 The Bus” WODC moves 6.8 to 6.9. Saga AC “Sunny 95” WSNY is fourth 6.6 to 6.7, while sister Classic Rock “QFM 96” WLVQ is up 6.1 to 6.5. Public News/Talk 89.7 WOSU-FM drops 6.1 to 5.4. iHeartMedia CHR 97.9 WNCI slides 5.0 – 4.8 – 4.2, which Ratings Expert Chris Huff notes ties the station’s lowest share since 1971. iHeart Hip Hop “106.7 The Beat” WZCB rises 1.8 – 2.3 – 2.5. more
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    June 12th, 2024, 03:00 PM
    From Radio Online: Cumulus Media promotes Kriston Aitken to Chief Human Resources Officer, effective July 1. She succeeds Todd McCarty, who will be retiring after nearly nine years with the company. Aitken joined Cumulus in 2016 and has held the position of Senior Vice President of Human Resources for the past two years. With More...
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    June 12th, 2024, 02:20 PM
    From Radio Online: WABC-AM/New York taps Dominic Carter to fill the 3-4pm slot on both WABC and WLIR-FM in Long Island, effective immediately. He'll continue to host his midnight to 1am show on weeknights and his 11pm-midnight Sunday program. A fixture in broadcast journalism for 35 years, Carter has worked in radio and More...
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    June 12th, 2024, 02:20 PM
    From Radio Online: The Broadcasters Foundation of America's annual Giving Day will take place Thursday, June 13. The campaign's purpose is to raise money to support the Foundation's sole mission of providing financial assistance to radio and television professionals who find themselves in acute need due to critical More...
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