October 2020 PPM Ratings Takeaways – Round Three

| October 29, 2020

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October 2020 PPM Data – Information for the October 2020 ratings period has been released for Portland, Charlotte, San Antonio, Sacramento, Pittsburgh, Salt Lake City, Las Vegas, Orlando, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Kansas City, and Columbus.

Nielsen Audio’s October 2020 survey period covered September 10 – October 7.

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

Noteworthy: The NFL season started September 10 – the first day of the October 2020 sweep.

PORTLAND

News/Talk

  • By hauling out a +1.0 following September’s increase of one-tenth, Alpha Media-owned KXL matches April’s 7.0 (5.9 – 6.0 – 7.0, steady at #3, 6+). “FM News 101 – Stay Connected” dropped six-tenths in August (6.5 – 5.9, 6+), with August’s 5.9 its lowest 6+-stat since February (4.9). KXL gained one-half share in June/July (6.0 – 6.4 – 6.5, 6+).
  • Repeating at #13 is iHeartMedia’s KEX, which is up one-half share in September/October (2.7 – 3.1 – 3.2, 6+). “News Radio 1190 – Depend On Us” was -1.1 in August (3.8 – 2.7, 6+). Its June drop of three-tenths followed nine straight up or flat moves that yielded a +1.6 (2.3 – 2.3 – 2.4 – 2.5 – 2.5 – 2.5 – 2.8 – 3.2 – 3.8 – 3.9, 6+).
  • Despite recording a one-tenth increase to 1.1 (6+), thus halting three straight sweeps without an increase that led to a loss of four-tenths (1.4 – 1.4 – 1.2 – 1.0, 6+), Alpha Media’s KUFO “Freedom 970” backslides from #22 to #23.
  • Five successive up or flat reports by Salem Media Group’s KPAM yield three-tenths (.4 – .4 – .5 – .6 – .6 – .7, steady at #25, 6+). When “AM 860 The Answer” logged an August .6 (6+), it snapped at eleven a consecutive string of recording either a .4 (6+) or .5 (6+).

Sports Talk

  • An increase of three-tenths this time last month (.8 – 1.1, 6+) by Alpha Media’s KXTG suspended three down or flat moves in a row that resulted in a -1.1 (1.9 – 1.6 – .8 – .8, 6+). In October, “The Game” tacks on one-half share to 1.6 (6+) and enters the top twenty (#21 to #20).
  • Entercom-owned KFXX “1080 The Fan” erases September’s loss of one-tenth with an October increase of three-tenths (1.0 – 1.3, flat at #22, 6+). In four of five previous survey periods, KFXX notched a 1.1 (1.1 – 1.1 – .9 – 1.1 – 1.1, 6+).
  • After tripling (+.4) its 6+ AQH share in five straight reports without a loss (.2 – .2 – .2 – .3 – .5 – .6, 6+), iHeartMedia-owned KPOJ “Sports Radio 620” (Trailblazers) regresses by three-tenths (.3, #25 to #29, 6+).

Public Radio News/Talk

  • In addition to being an overall -2.5 via six consecutive sweeps without an increase (10.1 – 9.3 – 9.1 – 8.8 – 8.4 – 8.4 – 7.6, 6+), Oregon Public Broadcasting’s KOPB segues from first to second. On top the past six survey periods, KOPB was a combined +1.9 in March/April (8.2 – 9.9 – 10.1, 6+).
  • KOPB’s internet stream though logs a half-share increase (.6 – 1.1, #25 to #23, 6+).

 CHARLOTTE

 News/Talk

  • Piling a +.9 onto September’s gain of one-tenth (5.9 – 6.0 – 6.9, 6+), Entercom-owned WBT “Charlotte’s News Talk” pushes up from fourth to third. Entering the September sweep, the flagship of the NFL’s Carolina Panthers was a cumulative -1.2 through four down or flat sweeps in succession (7.1 – 6.3 – 6.0 – 5.9 – 5.9, 6+). Immediately prior, it had more than doubled (+3.6) its 6+ AQH share through four increases in a row (3.5 – 4.9 – 5.3 – 5.7 – 7.1, 6+).

Sports Talk

  • Co-owned WFNZ (Hornets), which was up seven-tenths in August/September (1.1 – 1.2 – 1.8, 6+), has September’s 1.8 (6+) sliced precisely in half (.9, -.9, #17 to #19, 6+). “The Fan – Charlotte’s Sports Leader” had been without an increase four straight months for a net loss of seven-tenths (1.8 – 1.7 – 1.7 – 1.3 – 1.1, 6+).
  • Locked on .1 (6+) in August and September – after being a no-show in July – Beasley Media Group’s WBCN “Fox Sports Charlotte” adds one-tenth to .2 (6+) and is unchanged at #21. A true model of consistency, WBCN posted 14 straight .1 showings (6+) before being unlisted in July.

 News

  • For the second month in a row, iHeartMedia-owned Black Information Network affiliate WRFX-HD2 does not appear in print. Its January 2020 through July 2020 topline was: .2 – .2 – .2 – .2 – .1 – .2 – .1 (6+).

Public Radio News/Talk

  • Off one-tenth (3.2 – 3.1, 6+), University Radio Foundation’s WFAE nonetheless repeats at #14. WFAE rebounded from August’s half-share loss with a September increase of three-tenths (3.4 – 2.9 – 3.2, 6+).
  • Steady at #20, South Carolina Educational TV’s WNSC has an April 2020 through October 2020 topline of: .3 – .2 – .2 – .2 – .2 – .3 – .3 (6+).
  • Co-owned WRJA “South Carolina Public Radio” is unlisted the fifth time in the last six sweeps (.0 – .0 – .1 – .0 – .0 – .0, 6+).
  • After notching a .1 (6+) in July, WFAE HD-3 is unlisted the third sweep in a row.

SAN ANTONIO

News/Talk

  • Three straight upticks by iHeartMedia-owned WOAI “News Radio 1200 – San Antonio’s News, Traffic, & Weather” account for a net gain of eight-tenths (5.5 – 6.0 – 6.1 – 6.3, steady at #2, 6+). Recent fluctuations for the flagship of the Spurs include: +1.0 (5.3 – 5.7 – 6.3, January/February, 6+); -.5 (6.3 – 5.8, March, 6+); +2.1 (5.8 – 7.9, April, 6+); -.8 (7.9 – 7.1, May, 6+); -.6 (7.1 – 6.5, June, 6+); -1.0 (6.5 – 5.5, July, 6+); and +.5 (5.5 – 6.0, August, 6+).
  • Albeit down two-tenths in back-to-back reports (2.1 – 1.9 – 1.7, 6+), Alpha Media’s KTSA “Stay Connected” returns to the top twenty (#21 to #20). Its September loss interrupted four successive up or flat trends that netted seven-tenths (1.4 – 1.5 – 1.7 – 2.1 – 2.1, 6+).

Sports Talk

  • In four of the last six survey periods, iHeartMedia-owned KTKR posted a .4 (.4 – .5 – .4 – .6 – .4 – .4, 6+); however, “Ticket 760 – San Antonio’s Sports Station” improves by one-tenth to .5 (#29 to #27, 6+).
  • Even though Alpha Media’s KZDC gains one-tenth in back-to-back reports (.2 – .3 – .4, 6+), “ESPN San Antonio” backslides from #30 to #32.

Public Radio News/Talk

  • Up eight-tenths in September/October (2.7 – 3.3 – 3.5, 6+), Texas Public Radio’s KSTX jumps from #15 to #12. Immediately prior to September, KSTX had been within 2.5 – 2.9 range (6+) in five successive reports (9 – 2.6 – 2.5 – 2.8 – 2.7, 6+).

SACRAMENTO

 News Talk

  • In addition to racking up a collective six-tenths in three straight increases (7.9 – 8.0 – 8.1 – 8.5, 6+), iHeartMedia-owned KFBK repeats at #1. August’s increase halted three successive declines that totaled a -3.7 (11.6 – 9.4 – 8.9 – 7.9, 6+). Immediately prior to slipping to third-place in July, “Sacramento’s News, Weather and Traffic Station” spent six straight sweeps at #1. April 2020’s 6 is its highest 6+-stat in the PPM-era, besting the previous high (10.3) set in March 2020.
  • Conversely, cluster-mate KSTE has its 6+ AQH share carved in half (-1.5) via three successive setbacks (3.0 – 2.5 – 2.1 – 1.5, #15 to #16, 6+). Prior to July’s +1.2 to 3.0 (6+), “Talk 650” last reached the three-share level in September 2019 (3.0, as well).

Sports Talk

  • Down three-tenths in June/July (.8 – .6 – .5, 6+), Bonneville-owned KHTK “Sports 1140” (Kings) erases the deficit with a net gain of three-tenths through three straight up or flat moves (.5 – .6 – .6 – .8, #20 to #19, 6+).
  • By notching a gain of two-tenths to .7 (#23 to #22, 6+), Entercom’s KIFM-AM pulls the plug on five consecutive reports without an increase in which “ESPN Radio 1320” lost roughly half (-.6) its 6+ AQH share (1.1 – .8 – .6 – .6 – .6 – .5, 6+).

Public Radio News/Talk

  • This is the third time in a row that Capital Public Radio’s KXJZ posts a 4.4 (unchanged at #6, 6+); it is down a collective six-tenths since July (5.0 – 4.4 – 4.4 – 4.4, 6+). Three earlier modest improvements accounted for a half-share increase (4.5 – 4.8 – 4.9 – 5.0, 6+).
  • KQED, Inc.’s KQEI quadruples (+.6) its 6+ AQH share through three straight improvements (.2 – .4 – .5 – .8, 6+) and cracks the top twenty (#23 to #19).
  • Co-owned KQED repeats September’s average quarter share and market rank (.1, #28, 6+); KQED is #1 in San Francisco and San Jose (6+).
  • Unlisted in May, June, and July, California State University-Sacramento’s KUOP logs a .1 (flat at #28, 6+) the third time in a row.

PITTSBURGH

News/Talk

  • Continuing an alternating down/up sequence that includes October’s loss of three-tenths (6.5 – 5.1 – 5.4 – 5.0 – 5.1 – 4.8, 6+), Entercom-owned KDKA-AM slips from fifth to seventh. “News Radio 1020” was a combined -2.2 in May/June (7.3 – 6.5 – 5.1, 6+), immediately after being +4.2 via four straight spikes (3.1 – 4.0 – 4.3 – 5.6 – 7.3, 6+).

Sports Talk

  • Co-owned KDKA-FM (Pirates) was -1.9 in June/July (6.3 – 4.5 – 4.4, 6+); +1.3 in August; -.4 in September; and now +.9 in October (4.4 – 5.7 – 5.3 – 6.2, 6+); “93.7 The Fan” remains in fourth-place. Its May increase of four-tenths interrupted three straight decreases that resulted in a -2.0 (7.9 – 7.5 – 6.7 – 5.9, 6+).
  • Even though iHeartMedia-owned WBGG is without a loss the sixth straight time for a net gain of two-tenths (.1 – .1 – .1 – .1 – .1 – .2 – .3, 6+), “ESPN Pittsburgh” departs the top twenty (#19 to #24, 6+).

 Public Radio News/Talk

  • Extremely similar to KDKA-AM, Essential Public Media’s WESA “90.5 Pittsburgh’s NPR Station” is in a rotating down/up pattern which includes October’s decrease of three-tenths (5.4 – 5.1 – 5.4 – 4.7 – 5.1 – 4.8, fifth to seventh, 6+).

SALT LAKE CITY

News/Talk

  • It is a precedent-setting sweep for iHeartMedia-owned KNRS, which reaches #1 the first time in its PPM-history. Furthermore, “Talk Radio 105.9 – Listen And You’ll Know” is an overall +2.3 via four successive positive spikes (5.3 – 5.8 – 6.1 – 7.3 – 7.6, second to first, 6+). Immediately after logging four consecutive sweeps without a loss for a +2.2 (4.1 – 5.0 – 5.2 – 5.2 – 6.3, 6+), KNRS was -1.0 in May/June (6.3 – 5.4 – 5.3, 6+). This calendar year, KNRS has prevailed over Bonneville’s KSL five times (February, July, August, September and October), while KSL has come out on top four times (March through June); the two were tied in January.
  • Just two-tenths behind KNRS is aforementioned Bonneville-owned KSL, which is a massive +2.3 in September/October (5.1 – 6.1 – 7.4, fifth to second, 6+). “News Radio 102.7 FM & 1160 AM” had been down four straight months for an overall -3.7 (8.8 – 6.0 – 5.5 – 5.2 – 5.1, 6+). A combined +3.9 in March/April (4.9 – 6.0 – 8.8, 6+), KSL had an April-only stay at #1.
  • Off three-tenths (.7 – .4, 6+), Cumulus Media’s KKAT slips from #27 to #28. When “860 AM – Utah’s Big Talker” gained two-tenths this time last month, it halted four down or flat trends in a row that had squashed its 6+ AQH share by exactly 50% (1.0 – .7 – .5 – .5 – .5, #23, 6+).

Sports Talk

  • Recapturing the one-tenth it squandered this time last month (.6 – .5 – .6, 6+), Broadway Media’s KALL “ESPN 700” pushes up from #29 to #25.
  • On the other hand, Larry H. Miller Communications Corporation’s KZNS-FM “The Zone Sports Network 97.5” returns September’s increase of three-tenths (.6 – .9 – .6, 6+) and drops from #22 to #25.
  • Cluster-mate KZNS-AM “The Zone Sports Network 1280 AM” (Utah Jazz) is trending .6 – .6 – .8 – .8 – .5 (#25 to #27, 6+).
  • The internet stream of KZNS-FM doubles September’s .2 (.4, #32 to #28, 6+).
  • Co-owned/Provo-licensed KOVO “ESPN 960 Sports,” which debuted in September with a .1 (#33, 6+), is unlisted.

Public Radio News/Talk

  • More than doubling (+2.6) its 6+ AQH share in three upticks in a row (2.2 – 2.3 – 4.4 – 4.8, 6+), University of Utah’s KUER progresses from ninth to seventh. KUER was down nine-tenths in April/May (2.9 – 2.4 – 2.0, 6+).
  • Up a collective three-tenths through four successive positive or neutral moves (.5 – .5 – .7 – .8 – .8, 6+), Brigham Young University’s KUMT climbs from #25 to #23.
  • After recording a .1 (6+) the past four sweeps, Wasatch Public Media’s KCPW gains one-tenth to .2 (#33 to #32, 6+).
  • Brigham Young University’s KBYU-HD2, which logged a .1 (#33, 6+) this time last month, is unlisted in October.

LAS VEGAS

News Talk

  • As a result of dropping three-tenths to 3.1 (6+), Entercom-owned KXNT dips from #11 to #12. “News Talk Radio 840” was a combined +1.0 in August/September (2.4 – 3.0 – 3.4, 6+).
  • After posting a one-tenth increase in each of the last three sweeps (2.2 – 2.3 – 2.4 – 2.5, 6+), Beasley Media Group’s KDWN “AM 720 Where Las Vegas Comes to Talk” forfeits one-half share to 2.0 (#16 to #18, 6+).
  • Kemp Broadcasting’s KMZQ “AM 670 The Right Talk for Vegas” has a June 2020 through October 2020 topline of: .5 – .5 – .7 – .6 – .6 (flat at #27, 6+).

Sports Talk

  • Including October’s increase of one-half share, Lotus Communications’ KWWN “ESPN Radio 1100” has an alternating up/down sequence of .4 – .7 – .5 – 1.0, #29 to #25, 6+). KWWN had its AQH share split in half (.8 – .4 – .4, May – June – July, 6+).
  • Unlisted in September, co-owned KRLV “Raider Nation 920” (Vegas Raiders) pops back with a .3 (#31, 6+).
  • KRLV is tied with Entercom’s KXST “CBS Sports Radio 1140 AM,” which lost one-tenth in August (.2 – .1, #33, 6+); was unlisted in September; and – like KRLV – resurfaces with a .3 (#31, 6+).
  • After three straight .1 showings (6+), Lotus Communications’ KKGK “Fox Sports 98.9 FM & 1340 AM” notched a .2 (6+) this time last month, but disappears from print in October.

 Public Radio News/Talk

  • Four consecutive down or flat trends by Nevada Public Radio’s KNPR resulted in a -1.4 (3.9 – 3.7 – 2.9 – 2.5 – 2.5, 6+); however, KNPR halts the skid with a +.3 to 2.8 (flat at #16). The just-concluded negative streak immediately followed three straight improvements that accounted for a +1.3 (2.6 – 3.1 – 3 – 3.9, 6+).

ORLANDO

News Talk

  • Notwithstanding that it’s down three-tenths in September/October (4.5 – 4.3 – 4.2, 6+), iHeartMedia-owned WTKS bumps up from eighth to seventh. “Real Radio 104.1 – We Say What We Want” gained four-tenths in August, but had been a collective -2.6 in three successive downturns (6.7 – 6.0 – 4.5 – 4.1, 6+).
  • Adding one-tenth to September’s +1.2 (1.4 – 2.6 – 2.7, 6+), Cox Media Group-owned WDBO-AM progresses from #15 to #14. “Orlando’s News Talk” was -1.0 in August (2.4 – 1.4, 6+).
  • Wiping away September’s one-tenth loss with an October gain of three-tenths (2.1 – 2.0 – 2.3, 6+), iHeartMedia-owned WFLF “News Radio Orlando” proceeds from #17 to #15.

Sports Talk

  • WFLF cluster-mate WYGM (Magic) regains the two-tenths it lost in September (1.5 – 1.3 – 1.5, 6+) to advance from #20 to #19. “FM 96.9 The Game – Orlando’s Sports Leader” had posted gains of three-tenths in back-to-back reports (.9 – 1.2 – 1.5, 6+).

Public Radio News/Talk

  • An overall +1.0 through four spikes in succession (2.3 – 2.4 – 3.1 – 3.2 – 3.3, 6+), Community Communications’ WMFE “90.7 Public Radio for Central Florida” jumps from #13 to #11.

CINCINNATI

News/Talk

  • Following two major fluctuations – August’s +2.3 (9.2 – 11.5, 6+) and September’s -1.3 (11.5 – 10.2, 6+) – iHeartMedia’s WLW logs a much more modest +.3 to 10.5 (6+). The flagship of the Reds and Bengals shifts from second to first. Entering the August report, WLW had been down three times in a row for a collective -3.7 (12.9 – 10.3 – 9.4 – 9.2, 6+).
  • Co-owned WKRC “55 KRC The Talk Station,” which recorded three straight gains accounting for a +.9 (3.6 – 4.0 – 4.1 – 4.5, 6+), drops two-tenths to 4.3 (flat at #6, 6+). WKRC was +.8 (May) and -.7 (June).

 Sports Talk

  • Recapturing the three-tenths it squandered this time last month (.9 – .6 – .9, 6+), cluster-mate WCKY inches up from #20 to #18. “Cincinnati’s ESPN 1530” more than doubled (+.5) its 6+ AQH share in July/August (.4 – .7 – .9, 6+).
  • Still in that iHeartMedia cluster, WSAI “Fox Sports 1360” nets two-tenths in its fourth straight sweep without a loss (.1 – .1 – .1 – .2 – .3, #24 to #22, 6+).

Public Radio News/Talk

  • Five consecutive spikes by WVXU “Connecting You To A World of Ideas” result in a collective +2.2 (1.8 – 2.1 – 2.4 – 3.1 – 3.7 – 4.0, 6+) as the Cincinnati Public Radio outlet advances from tenth to ninth.

 CLEVELAND

 News/Talk

  • A combined +2.1 in August/September (6.6 – 8.6 – 8.7, 6+), iHeartMedia-owned WTAM “1100 Cleveland’s News Radio” (Indians, Cavaliers) falters by nine-tenths to 7.8 (6+), slipping from second to third. August’s increase halted three drops in a row that led to a -2.2 (8.8 – 7.7 – 7.1 – 6.6, 6+).   

Sports Talk

  • After logging a 2.2 (6+) in three of the last four sweeps (2.2 – 2.1 – 2.2 – 2.2, 6+), Entercom’s WKRK (Browns) busts out an uptick of nine-tenths to 3.1 (#14 to #12, 6+). In May, “Sports Radio 92.3 The Fan” gained three-tenths to interrupt three consecutive decreases that accounted for an approximately 52% loss (-2.5) of its 6+ AQH share (4.9 – 3.6 – 3.2 – 2.4, 6+).

News

  • This is the third month in a row that iHeartMedia-owned/Black Information Network affiliate WMMS-HD2 is unlisted. The former alternative outlet had a January 2020 through July 2020 topline of: .9 – 1.1 – 1.1 – .9 – 1.1 – .9 – .5 (6+).

Public Radio News/Talk

  • Adding six-tenths to September’s one-tenth spike (3.5 – 3.6 – 4.2, 6+), Ideastream’s WCPN repeats in tenth-place with its best 6+-stat (4.2) since April (4.8). WCPN logged three successive gains that netted a +2.1 (3.1 – 4.2 – 4.4 – 5.2, 6+), but then recorded three decreases in a row resulting in a -1.9 (5.2 – 4.8 – 3.9 – 3.3, 6+).  

KANSAS CITY

News/Talk

  • The six most recent shifts by Entercom’s KMBZ-FM “98.1 News-Traffic-Weather” are: +1.4 (5.4 – 6.8, May, 6+); -1.3 (6.8 – 5.5, June, 6+); -1.2 (5.5 – 4.3, July, 6+); +.7 (4.3 – 5.0, August, 6+); -.5 (5.0 – 4.5, September, 6+); and now +.5 (4.5 – 5.0, October, ninth to seventh, 6+).
  • Co-owned KMBZ-AM “Talk 980” is without an increase the fourth time in a row for a net loss of four-tenths (2.8 – 2.8 – 2.5 – 2.7 – 2.4, #15 to #17, 6+).
  • Cumulus Media’s KCMO-AM “Talk Radio 710 AM” repeats September’s average quarter hour share and market rank (1.1, #21, 6+). Its one-tenth August increase applied the brakes to five straight down or flat reports that resulted in a net loss of three-tenths (1.4 – 1.3 – 1.2 – 1.2 – 1.2 – 1.1, 6+).
  • This time last month, KMBZ-FM’s internet stream salvaged the one-tenth it dropped in August (.3 – .2 – 3, #26, 6+); however, it is now unlisted.

Sports Talk

  • Union Broadcasting’s WHB “Sports Radio 810” recoups the half-share it lost this time last month (2.9 – 2.4 – 1.9, #16 to #15, 6+).
  • Somewhat similarly, Entercom-owned KCSP “610 Sports Radio” (Royals) recaptures all but one-tenth of September’s -.4 (2.1 – 2.4, +.3, #18 to #17, 6+). KCSP was a combined +1.5 in July/August (1.0 – 1.1 – 2.5, 6+). Prior to July, it lost two-thirds (-2.0) of its 6+ AQH share in five successive slips (3.0 – 2.6 – 1.8 – 1.4 – 1.3 – 1.0, 6+).
  • As a result of three gains in a row, WHB’s internet stream has more than doubled its 6+ AQH share (.3 – .5 – .4 – .7, #24 to #23, 6+).
  • With a .1 (6+), Entercom’s KWOD “1660 The Score” debuts at #29.
  • Union Broadcasting’s KCTE “ESPN Kansas City,” which surfaced with a .1 (6+) in August, is unlisted the second month in a row.

Public Radio News/Talk

  • While down the third consecutive month for a net decline of three-tenths (4.5 – 4.3 – 4.4 – 4.2, 6+), University of Missouri-owned KCUR improves from tenth to ninth. KCUR was +1.4 in June/July (3.1 – 3.6 – 4.5, 6+).

 COLUMBUS

News/Talk

  • Just one-tenth away from the top spot, iHeartMedia’s WTVN posts its fourth increase in a row for an overall +1.2 (7.6 – 8.1 – 8.7 – 8.8 – 9.2, unchanged at #2, 6+) and notches its highest 6+-stat (9.2) since April (10.6). “News Radio 610” was a collective +4.6 as a result of five successive increases (6.0 – 6.1 – 8.0 – 8.6 – 9.4 – 10.6, 6+), but then eroded by -3.0 in May/June (10.6 – 9.0 – 7.6, 6+).

Sports Talk

  • Answering September’s decrease of two-tenths with an October +1.1 (4.6 – 4.4 – 5.5, 6+), Tegna’s WBNS-FM (Blue Jackets) bumps up from fifth to fourth. This (5.5) is its best 6+-showing since January’s 5.8. Recent shifts for “Sports Radio 97.1 The Fan” include: -.7 (3.6 – 2.9, June, 6+); +.7 (2.9 – 3.6, July, 6+); +1.0 (3.6 – 4.6, August, 6+); and +1.1 (October).
  • Co-owned WBNS-AM records a .1 (#16 to #17, 6+) the third time in a row. WBNS-AM was unlisted in May; returned with a .2 (6+) in June and July; and dropped one-tenth to .1 (6+) in August.

Public Radio News/Talk

  • Even though Ohio State University’s WOSU is without a loss the fourth successive time for a collective +1.3 (9 – 4.1 – 4.8 – 5.2 – 5.2, 6+), it backslides from fourth to fifth.

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