August 2020 PPM Ratings Takeaways – Round Two

| September 2, 2020

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August 2020 PPM Data. Information for the August 2020 ratings period has been released for Washington (DC), Boston, Miami, Seattle, Detroit, Phoenix, Minneapolis, San Diego, Tampa, Denver, Baltimore, and St. Louis. Nielsen Audio’s August 2020 survey period covered July 16 – August 12.

Managing editor Mike Kinosian (Kinosian@TALKERS.com) provides his “Takeaways” for spoken-word formats from these 12 PPM-markets.

WASHINGTON, DC

News/Talk

  • Setting the pace the past four months, Cumulus Media’s WMAL falters by one-half share (8.4 – 7.9, 6+) and segues to the runner-up slot. Just prior to the May sweep, WMAL doubled (+5.0) its 6+ AQH share through four straight positive spikes (5.0 – 6.9 – 7.3 – 7.8 – 10.0, 6+). April’s 0 marked the first time in WMAL’s PPM-history that it reached double-digits.
  • For the 26th sweep in succession, Radio One’s WOL “News Talk – Where Information Is Power” is unlisted.

Sports Talk

  • Tacking a +.8 onto July 2020’s increase of three-tenths (1.3 – 1.6 – 2.4, 6+), Entercom-owned WJFK-FM “106.7 The Fan” (Washington Nationals) advances from #17 to #16. Its 4.8 (November 2019) is the heftiest 6+-share by any D.C. sports talk outlet in the PPM-era. WJFK-FM’s internet stream is trending: .2 – .3 – .3 – .4 (May 2020 through August 2020, #28 to #27, 6+).
  • Through three straight down or flat trends, Radio One’s WTEM “980 The Team” has lost three-tenths and exits the top twenty (1.1 – 1.0 – 1.0 – .8, #20 to #21, 6+). “The Team” previously gained four-tenths via three up or flat moves in a row (.7 – 1.0 – 1.0 – 1.1, 6+).
  • This is the fourth successive month that Cumulus Media’s WSBN “630 AM The Sports Capitol” has logged a .1 (flat at #31, 6+).

News

  • Following three consecutive months of occupying the runner-up slot, Hubbard Broadcasting’s WTOP-FM & WTLP-FM posts an uptick of eight-tenths (7.7 – 8.5, 6+) as “Washington’s Top News” takes over at #1.
  • Frozen on .5 (6+) in May and June, Entercom business news WDCH “Bloomberg1 & 105.7” is now locked on .7 (July and August, #21 to #22, 6+). After notching a .2 (6+) in June and July, its internet stream is unlisted in August.
  • Similarly, Black Information Network affiliates WUST and WMZQ-HD2 do not appear in print this month.

Public Radio News/Talk

  • An overall -2.1 via four straight down or flat trends (8.7 – 8.4 – 7.4 – 6.8 – 6.6, 6+), American University-owned WAMU applies the brakes with a +.6 to 7.3 (fifth to third, 6+). “The Mind Is Our Medium” was in a first-place tie with Hubbard Broadcasting’s WTOP-FM in February before taking sole possession of the lead in March.
  • Flat at #25, Pacifica Foundation’s WPFW is trending: .9 – .6 – .5 – .6 (May – June – July – August, 6+).

 

BOSTON

News/Talk

  • Following four successive sweeps without a loss that garnered a +2.5 (2.8 – 3.5 – 3.8 – 3.8 – 5.3, 6+), iHeartMedia-owned WRKO “AM 680 – The Voice of Boston” is -1.4 via four slips in succession (5.3 – 4.8 – 4.3 – 4.2 – 3.9, seventh to eighth, 6+).
  • Having nearly doubled (+.5) its 6+ AQH share in April/May (.6 – 1.1 – 1.1, 6+), co-owned WXKS-AM “Talk 1200” sputters by a collective six-tenths in three straight declines (1.1 – .8 – .6 – .5, flat at #27, 6+).

Sports Talk

  • Adding a +.8 to July’s increase of two-tenths (3.9 – 4.1 – 4.9, 6+), Beasley Media Group-owned WBZ-FM “98.5 The Sports Hub” (Celtics and Bruins) climbs from eighth to seventh. This (4.9) is WBZ-FM’s best 6+-stat since March (5.8).
  • Although it repeats July’s 2.6 (6+), Entercom’s WEEI-FM jumps from #15 to #12. Before gaining one-tenth this time last month, the Boston Red Sox flagship was an overall -1.7 in four consecutive downturns (4.2 – 3.5 – 3.2 – 3.0 – 2.7 – 2.5, 6+). WEEI-FM’s internet stream notches a .2 (6+) the third time in a row (#31 to #30).
  • This is the third month in a row that co-owned WEEI-AM is unlisted.
  • Meanwhile, Providence sibling WVEI logs a .1 (6+) the third consecutive report and is unchanged at #33.

News – Talk

  • Despite losing the one-tenth it accrued this time last month (6.6 – 6.7 – 6.6, 6+), iHeartMedia’s WBZ-AM climbs from fourth to third. “News Radio 1030” was off one-half share in April/May (6.4 – 6.3 – 5.9, 6+).
  • This marks the fourth successive time that Beasley Media Group business news WRCA “Bloomberg Boston” logs a .1 (flat at #33, 6+).
  • Black Information Network affiliate WJMN-HD2 does not appear in Boston’s August 2020 report.

Public Radio News/Talk

  • In four straight down or flat trends, Boston University’s WBUR lost a collective half-share (3.7 – 3.5 – 3.3 – 3.3 – 3.2, 6+), but picks up two-tenths to 3.4 (steady at #10, 6+).
  • Following three improvements in a row that yielded a +1.7 (2.9 – 3.6 – 3.8 – 4.6, 6+), WGBH Educational Foundation-owned WGBH is -2.0 in three drops in succession (4.6 – 3.2 – 2.8 – 2.6, unchanged at #12, 6+).
  • For the third time in a row co-owned WCAI is unlisted.

 

MIAMI

News/Talk

  • Locked on 1.7 (6+) in June and July, iHeartMedia-owned WIOD “News Radio 610 Miami’s News, Traffic, & Weather Station” adds one-tenth to 1.8 (6+) and repeats at #21.

Sports Talk

  • Off four-tenths in June/July (1.0 – .7 – .6, 6+), Entercom-owned WQAM “560 The Joe” is up one-tenth to .7 (flat at #26, 6+). July 2020’s .6 was its lowest 6+-stat in exactly one year (.6, as well, July 2019).
  • Albeit without an increase the third straight month for a net loss of three-tenths (.5 – .4 -.2 – .2, 6+), co-owned WAXY “Sports Talk 790 The Ticket” (Heat) improves from #30 to #29.
  • Repeating July’s .1 (6+), iHeartMedia’s WINZ “940 AM Miami’s Sports Station” (Marlins) inches up from #32 to #31.
  • Meanwhile, Entercom-owned WKIS-HD2 does not appear in print the third month in a row.

Public Radio News/Talk

  • After losing six-tenths in four consecutive slips (3.7 – 3.6 – 3.4 – 3.2 – 3.1, 6+), Dade County School Board’s WLRN answers with a +.2 to 3.3 (#13 to #11, 6+).

 

SEATTLE

News/Talk

  •  Notwithstanding that it hasn’t recorded an increase the last three reports, Bonneville-owned KIRO-FM is only off one-tenth in that stretch (7.2 – 7.1 – 7.1 – 7.1, 6+). Moreover, “97.3 Seattle’s News/Seattle’s Talk” is #1 the sixth successive sweep. This directly follows a collective +2.4 via three straight boosts (4.8 – 6.0 – 6.9 – 7.2, 6+).
  • Anchored at #19 the fourth month in a row, cluster-mate KTTH “Conservative Talk Radio” is trending: 2.5 – 2.4 – 2.6 (June – July – August, 6+). Before dropping three-tenths in May, KTTH was +1.2 via five consecutive up or flat moves (1.6 – 1.8 – 2.1 – 2.1 – 2.6 – 2.8, 6+).
  • In March, Sinclair Broadcast Group-owned KVI posted a 1.1 (#22, 6+), but “Talk Radio 570” is unlisted the fifth straight month.

Sports Talk

  • A combined +1.0 in July/August (1.5 – 1.6 – 2.5, 6+), Bonneville’s KIRO-AM “ESPN 710” (Mariners) progresses from #23 to #21.
  • This is the third time in the last four reports that iHeartMedia-owned KJR-AM “Seattle’s Sports Radio 950” has posted a 1.0 (1.0 – .8 – 1.0 – 1.0, steady at #24, 6+).
  • Co-owned KFNQ “1090 AM” was stuck on .3 (6+) in May and June and is now locked on .2 (6+) in July and August (#29 to #30, 6+).

News

  • Having gained one-half share in June/July (4.4 – 4.6 – 4.9, 6+), KOMO forfeits one-half share to 4.4 (sixth to seventh, 6+). The Sinclair Broadcast Group facility dropped one-half share in April and again in May (5.4 – 4.9 – 4.4, 6+).
  • After logging a .1 (6+) in June, iHeartMedia-owned/Black Information Network affiliate KHHO is unlisted the second month in a row.
  •  Meanwhile, this is the third consecutive report that Hubbard Broadcasting business news KKNW does not appear in print.

Public Radio News/Talk

  • Up a combined eight-tenths in June/July (4.6 – 5.1 – 5.4, 6+), Northwest Public Radio’s KUOW slips by one-tenth in AQH share and one ranker (5.3, fourth to fifth, 6+). KUOW was down nine-tenths in April/May (5.5 – 5.4 – 4.6, 6+).
  • Flat at #32, Washington State University-owned KSWS posts a .1 (6+) the fourth sweep in succession.

 

DETROIT

News/Talk

  • In three straight sweeps without an increase, Cumulus Media’s WJR was a collective -1.4 (4.8 – 4.1 – 3.4 – 3.4, 6+); however, “News Talk 760” regains two-tenths to 3.6 (#16 to #14, 6+). Just prior, WJR was +3.2 through four successive improvements (1.6 – 2.4 – 2.8 – 2.9 – 4.8, 6+).

Sports Talk

  • A combined +1.7 in July/August (3.6 – 4.1 – 5.3, 6+), Entercom-owned WXYT-FM “97.1 The Ticket” (Tigers, Pistons, Red Wings) catapults from #12 all the way to #3. Its half-share gain this time last month halted three straight drops that accounted for a -1.2 (4.8 – 3.9 – 3.8 – 3.6, 6+). WXYT-FM’s internet stream gains one-tenth (.3 – .3 – .4, 6+) and is flat at #23.
  • Unchanged at #25, cluster-mate WXYT-AM is trending: .1 – .2 – .1 – .1 (May 2020 through August 2020, 6+).

News

  • In a down/up/down sequence (5.7 – 5.4 – 5.5 – 5.3, May – June – July – August, 6+), WWJ “News Radio 950” is tied in third-place with co-owned sports talk WXYT-FM. WWJ previously was a collective +2.5 through four successive positive spikes (3.9 – 4.3 – 4.8 – 5.8 – 6.4, 6+).
  • WDFN posts a .2 (#24, 6+) the fourth time in a row. The iHeartMedia outlet joined the Black Information Network on June 29.

Public Radio News/Talk

  • Having more than doubled (+1.6) its 6+ AQH share in five successive increases (1.4 – 1.5 – 1.9 – 2.1 – 2.2 – 3.0, 6+), Wayne State University-owned WDET is down or flat the fourth time in a row for a net loss of -1.0 (3.0 – 2.5 – 2.1 – 2.1 – 2.0, flat at #20, 6+).
  • Off seven-tenths in April/May (2.3 – 1.7 – 1.6, 6+), Michigan Public Media’s WUOM is up a total of one-tenth in its third straight report without a loss and remains at #21 (1.6 – 1.7 – 1.7 – 1.7, 6+).

 

PHOENIX

News/Talk

  • This is the third straight up or flat move by Bonneville’s KTAR-FM for a net gain of two-tenths (4.6 – 4.6 – 4.7 – 4.8, unchanged at #5, 6+). KTAR-FM was a combined +2.3 in March/April (3.8 – 4.6 – 6.1, 6+).
  • Off one-tenth is iHeartMedia’s KFYI “News Talk 550” (4.4 – 4.3, 6+), which slips from sixth to seventh. Immediately prior to June’s -.7, KFYI nearly doubled (+2.3) its 6+ AQH share in seven up or flat reports in succession (2.5 – 2.8 – 2.8 – 3.1 – 3.1 – 3.4 – 4.7 – 4.8, 6+).

Sports Talk

  • A combined -.6 in June/July (2.2 – 1.8 – 1.6, 6+), Bonneville-owned KMVP-FM “98.7 Arizona Sports” (Diamondbacks) gains four-tenths to 2.0 (#23 to #21, 6+).
  • For the fourth time in a row, iHeartMedia’s KGME “Fox Sports 910” (Coyotes) records a .2 (flat at #31, 6+).
  • KGME is tied with Bonneville’s KTAR-AM, which is up one-tenth (.1 – .2, #32 to #31, 6+).
  • This is the fourth consecutive month that Hubbard Broadcasting’s KDUS “Sports AM 1060” has logged a .1 (#32 to #33, 6+).

Public Radio News/Talk

  • In eight of the last nine survey periods, KJZZ has posted a 6+ AQH share between 3.4 – 3.8 (3.5 – 3.7 – 3.6 – 3.5 – 3.4 – 4.2 – 3.7 – 3.8 – 3.9, 6+); the Maricopa County Community College-owned outlet carries on in tenth-place.

 

MINNEAPOLIS

News/Talk

  • A combined -1.3 in June/July (5.6 – 5.5 – 4.3, 6+), Entercom-owned WCCO “News Radio 830” recaptures three-tenths to 4.6 (6+) and is back in the top ten (#11 to #10). The key station of the Twins and Timberwolves had been an overall +2.0 as a result of three straight up or flat trends (3.6 – 4.6 – 5.6 – 5.6, 6+).
  • Following four sweeps in a row of recording a fluctuation of one-tenth (2.6 – 2.7 – 2.6 – 2.5 – 2.6, 6+), iHeartMedia’s KTLK “Twin Cities News Talk AM 1130” improves by four-tenths to 3.0 (#15 to #14, 6+).
  • Up four-tenths in July/August (1.9 – 2.0 – 2.3, 6+), Hubbard Broadcasting’s KTMY is flat at #16. Immediately prior, “My Talk 107.1” suspended five straight down or flat moves that accounted for a net loss of nine-tenths (2.8 – 2.8 – 2.7 – 2.4 – 2.3 – 1.9, 6+).

Sports Talk

  • Having surrendered nine-tenths in June/July (5.9 – 5.6 – 5.0, 6+), following a May increase of four-tenths (5.5 – 5.9, 6+), iHeartMedia’s KFXN gains six-tenths to 5.6 (eighth to seventh, 6+). “Sports Radio 100.3 K-Fan” had a December-only stay at #1.
  • Hubbard Broadcasting’s KSTP-AM repeats July’s AQH share and market rank (.3, #24, 6+). Entering the July sweep, “ESPN 1500” had been without an increase the previous five times for a net loss of six-tenths or 75% of its 6+ AQH share (.8 – .7 – .5 – .5 – .5 – .2, 6+).

News

  • On June 29, iHeartMedia’s KQQL-HD2 joined the Black Information Network. In July, it notched a .2 (#25, 6+) but is unlisted in August.

Public Radio News/Talk

  • Netting six-tenths in three straight up or flat moves (6.6 – 7.0 – 7.0 – 7.2, 6+), Minnesota Public Radio’s KNOW progresses from third to second. KNOW was -1.6 in May (8.2 – 6.6, 6+).

 

SAN DIEGO

News/Talk

  • Falling from sixth to seventh, iHeartMedia news/talk KOGO “News Radio 600” is without an increase the fourth month in a row for a net loss of -2.2 (6.6 – 5.2 – 5.2 – 4.5 – 4.4, 6+). Entering the May sweep, KOGO was a collective +2.8 via three straight spikes (3.8 – 4.5 – 5.5 – 6.6, 6+).
  • In three successive San Diego drops, Los Angeles sibling KFI was -1.0 (3.2 – 2.8 – 2.6 – 2.2, 6+), but “AM 640” erases 20% of the deficit with a +.2 to 2.4 (#21 to #17, 6+). KFI was a combined +1.3 in March/April (1.9 – 2.4 – 3.2, 6+).
  • Co-owned KGB-AM (formerly Tegna’s KFMB-AM) is in an alternating down/up sequence that includes August’s -.6 (2.1 – 1.9 – 2.3 – 2.2 – 2.6 – 2.0, 6+); “AM 760” fades from the top twenty (#16 to #22).

Sports Talk

  • In addition to doubling July’s 1.3 (+1.3) and being without a loss the fourth time in succession for a net gain of +1.5 (1.1 – 1.3 – 1.3 – 1.3 – 2.6, 6+), Entercom’s KWFN “97.3 The Fan” (Padres) zooms from #21 to #16.
  • After losing eight-tenths in five straight sweeps without an increase (1.5 – 1.3 – 1.2 – 1.0 – .9 – .9 – .7, 6+), iHeartMedia-owned KLSD “Fox Sports 1360 San Diego’s Sports Station” is up one-tenth in consecutive reports (.7 – .8 – .9, #23 to #24, 6+).

News

  •  Co-owned Black Information Network affiliate KSSX-HD2 is unlisted in August.

 Public Radio News/Talk

  • In a first-place tie this time last month, San Diego State University-owned KPBS breaks the deadlock by picking up one-tenth (6.3 – 6.4, 6+) and has sole possession of the top spot. Its three previous fluctuations were: -1.4 (8.5 – 7.1, May, 6+); -1.6 (7.1 – 5.5, June, 6+); and +.8 (5.5 – 6.3, July, 6+). Four increases in a row just prior netted a +3.7 (4.8 – 5.9 – 6.0 – 6.9 – 8.5, 6+).  

 

TAMPA

News/Talk

  • Up one-half share via three consecutive positive or neutral moves (2.7 – 2.7 – 3.1 – 3.2, 6+), Cox Media Group-owned WHPT “102.5 The Bone – Real, Raw, Radio” progresses from #16 to #14. WHPT’s internet stream is a combined +1.6 in July/August (.8 – 1.5 – 2.4, #20 to #19, 6+).
  • A collective -1.7 in four straight down or flat sweeps (4.6 – 3.4 – 3.4 – 3.2 – 2.9, 6+), iHeartMedia-owned WFLA “970 Tampa Bay’s News Radio” slips from #15 to #17.
  • Co-owned WHNZ “1250 Tampa Bay’s Impact Radio” is down three-tenths in July/August (.4 – .2 – .1, #31 to #33, 6+).

Sports Talk

  • After faltering by seven-tenths through four drops in a row (1.9 – 1.5 – 1.4 – 1.3 – 1.2, 6+), iHeartMedia-owned WDAE “620 Tampa Bay’s Sports Radio” (Rays) purges all but one-tenth of the shortfall (1.8, +.6, #22 to #20, 6+).

News

  • Locked on .1 (6+) the past three sweeps, Beasley Media Group business news WHFS gains two-tenths to .3 (#28 to #26, 6+).
  • Unlisted in August is iHeartMedia-owned Black Information Network affiliate WBTP-HD2.

Public Radio News/Talk

  • An overall +2.4 in eight consecutive sweeps without a loss (1.7 – 1.8 – 1.9 – 2.2 – 2.5 – 2.7 – 3.1 – 3.1 – 4.1, 6+), University of South Florida-owned WUSF is now down or flat the fifth straight report for a -1.2 (4.1 – 3.9 – 3.3 – 3.0 – 3.0 – 2.9, flat at #17, 6+). The May 2020 through August 2020 topline for its internet stream is: .4 – .3 – .4 – .3 (flat at #26, 6+).

 

DENVER

News/Talk

  • Adding three-tenths to July’s +.2 (3.8 – 4.0 – 4.3, 6+), iHeartMedia’s KDFD advances from ninth to eighth. “Freedom 93.7 – Real News, Real Talk” was down four-tenths in May and again in June (4.6 – 4.4 – 3.8, 6+).
  • Off four-tenths in three straight reports without an increase (2.1 – 1.7 – 1.7 – 1.7, 6+), cluster-mate KOA “Colorado’s News, Traffic, & Weather Station” (Rockies) completely eliminates that shortfall with a +.4 (2.1, #20 to #18, 6+).
  • Owing to three straight up or flat trends, co-owned KHOW “Talk Radio 630” nets two-tenths (1.1 – 1.2 – 1.2 – 1.3, 6+) and progresses from #23 to #22.

Sports Talk

  • Despite picking up two-tenths to 2.0 (6+), Bonneville-owned KKFN (Nuggets) backslides from #18 to #20. “Sports Radio 104.3 The Fan” was -1.3 in June/July (3.1 – 2.3 – 1.8, 6+).
  • Having lost half (-.3) its 6+ AQH share in June/July (.6 – .4 – .3, 6+), KSE Radio Ventures-owned KKSE-FM “Attitude Sports Radio 92.5” bounces back with a +.2 to .5 (#31 to #30, 6+).
  • Co-owned KKSE-AM and Bonneville’s KEPN-AM “ESPN Denver 1600 AM” each post a .1 (6+) the third sweep in succession, as both advance from #33 to #32.

Public Radio News/Talk

  • Notwithstanding it sputters by three-tenths in July/August (5.8 – 5.6 – 5.5, 6+), Colorado Public Radio’s KCFR progresses from third to second. KCFR was +2.6 in March/April (5.2 – 6.3 – 7.8, 6+) but then -2.1 in May (7.8 – 5.7, 6+).
  • Trending .8 – .6 – .6 – .8 (6+), Community Radio for Northern Colorado’s KUNC continues at #28.

 

BALTIMORE

News/Talk

  • By gaining three-tenths to 4.4 (ninth to seventh, 6+), Hearst Television-owned WBAL “News Radio – Expect More” interrupts three slips in a row that accounted for an overall -1.9 (6.0 – 4.9 – 4.4 – 4.1, 6+). The just-concluded negative streak directly followed ten successive bumps for a collective +4.2 (1.8 – 2.2 – 2.5 – 2.7 – 2.9 – 3.2 – 3.4 – 3.9 – 4.4 – 5.1 – 6.0, 6+).
  • Stacking a half-share increase onto July’s +.6, independent news/talk WCBM “680 Stimulating Talk – Breaking News” catches WBAL at #7 (3.3 – 3.9 – 4.4, tenth to seventh, 6+). WCBM was +1.8 via four straight increases (2.3 – 3.3 – 3.4 – 3.7 – 4.1, 6+), but then -.8 in May/June (4.1 – 4.0 – 3.3, 6+).
  • The April 2020 through August 2020 topline for Cumulus Media Washington, DC’s WMAL is: .4 – .6 – .4 – .4 – .6 (#28 to #27, 6+).

Sports Talk

  • Having plummeted by -1.0 in June, Entercom sports talk WJZ-FM “105.7 The Fan” (Orioles) roars back with a +1.4 in July/August (2.5 – 2.8 – 3.9, #12 to #11, 6+). May’s increase of four-tenths halted three straight declines that led to an overall -2.0 (5.1 – 3.9 – 3.6 – 3.1, 6+).
  • Following three straight .1 showings (6+), co-owned WJZ-AM disappears from print.

 News

  • Through five consecutive increases, business news sibling WDCH nearly quadrupled (+1.3) its 6+ AQH share (.5 – .6 – .9 – 1.1 – 1.7 – 1.8, 6+); however, “Bloomberg1 & 105.7” is an overall -.8 in three straight drops (1.8 – 1.5 – 1.2 – 1.0, flat at #18, 6+).
  • Doubling July’s .5 to 1.0 (6+), M-10 Broadcasting-owned/Black Information Network affiliate WQLL “BIN 1370” cracks the top twenty (#18).

Public Radio News/Talk

  • This time last month, Your Public Radio’s WYPR picked up two-tenths (4.3 – 4.5, 6+), but “88.1 Your NPR News Station” surrenders twice as much (4.1, -.4, seventh to ninth, 6+).
  • Departing the top twenty (#20 to #21), American University-owned WAMU has an April 2020 through August 2020 topline of: .8 – .7 – .7 – 1.0 – .9 (6+).

ST. LOUIS

News/Talk

  • A combined +.7 in July/August (4.7 – 5.0 – 5.4, 6+), Entercom’s KMOX “The Voice of St. Louis” (Cardinals) jumps from ninth to fifth. KMOX was -2.2 in May/June (6.9 – 5.9 – 4.7, 6+), directly after a +1.8 in March/April (5.1 – 5.4 – 6.9, 6+).
  • Co-owned KFTK adds seven-tenths to July’s +.4 (4.1 – 4.5 – 5.2, 6+) and zooms from #12 to #7. Following four straight spikes that yielded a +3.8 (2.7 – 4.0 – 4.6 – 5.5 – 6.5, 6+), “FM News Talk 97.1” was -2.4 in May/June (6.5 – 4.9 – 4.1, 6+).

Sports Talk

  • Substituting July’s half-share loss with August’s half-share increase (2.4 – 1.9 – 2.4, 6+), Hubbard Broadcasting’s WXOS advances from #18 to #16. By picking up two-tenths in June, “101 Sports” suspended four straight decreases that accounted for a roughly 52% (-2.4) evaporation of its 6+ AQH share (4.6 – 4.3 – 3.4 – 2.5 – 2.2, 6+).

News

  • Unlisted in August is iHeartMedia-owned Black Information Network affiliate KATZ-HD2

Public Radio News/Talk

  • After a July gain of three-tenths (2.0 – 2.3, 6+), University of Missouri-owned KWMU forfeits two-tenths to 2.1 (#16 to #17, 6+).

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