Tuesday, March 19, 2024

NYC Radio Ratings for February 2024


StationFormatOwnerDec 23Hol 23Jan 24Feb 24
WAXQ-FMClassic RockiHeartMedia6.
WNYC-FMPublic RadioNew York Public Radio4.
WBLS-FMUrban ACMediaco Wbls License4.
WCBS-FMClassic HitsAudacy4.
WKTU-FMHot ACiHeartMedia4.
WNEW-FMHot ACAudacy4.
WSKQ-FMTropicalSpanish Broadcasting System4.
WABC-AMNews/TalkRed Apple Media2.
WXNY-FMSpanish HitsUnivision Radio2.
WPAT-FMTropicalSpanish Broadcasting System1.
WPLJ-FMChristian CHREducational Media Foundation1.
WQHT-FMHip HopMediaco Wqht License1.
WQXR-FMClassicalNew York Public Radio2.
WWPR-FMHip HopiHeartMedia2.
WXBK-FMClassic Hip HopAudacy1.
WNYC-AMPublic RadioNew York Public Radio1.
WKXW-FMNews/TalkTownsquare Media0.
WSKQ-FM-STRTropicalSpanish Broadcasting System0.
WBGO-FMJazzNewark Public Radio Inc.
WFUV-FMAAAFordham University0.
WAWZ-FMChristian CHRPillar of Fire0.
WHUD-FMAC6 Johnson Road0.
WKMK-FMCountryPress Communications0.
WMGQ-FMACBeasley Media0.
WWRV-AMSpanish ChristianRadio Vision Cristiana Management0.
WBBR-AMBusiness NewsBloomberg Communications0.
WARW-FMChristian CHREducational Media Foundation0.
WKXW-FM-STRNews/TalkTownsquare Media0.
WWZY-FMClassic RockPress Communications0.
WADO-AMSpanish SportsUnivision Radio0.
WDHA-FMRockBeasley Media0.
WFME-FMReligiousFamily Stations0.
WJLK-FMHot ACTownsquare Media0.
WQXR-FM-HD2-STRClassicalNew York Public RadioN/A0.20.20.2
WXPK-FMAAA6 Johnson Road0.
WBGO-FM-STRJazzNewark Public Radio Inc.
WFDU-FMCollegeFairleigh Dickinson University0.
WPST-FMCHRTownsquare Media0.1N/AN/A0.1
WEPN-FMSportsEmmis Radio1.31.2N/AN/A
WFRS-FMReligiousFamily Stations0.10.10.1N/A
WHTG-AMOldiesPress Communications0.10.10.1N/A
WSOU-FMCollegeSeton Hall UniversityN/AN/A0.1N/A
WYMK-FMReligiousFamily StationsN/AN/A0.2N/A

WLTW is number 1 as usual. I think people turn it on in their offices and in retail establishments.  WCBS-FM dropped from 6.2 to 4.6 in one month.  I don't listen to it very much any longer since the music mix is just not for me.  They don't want older adults anyway since we are not attractive to advertisers.  They don't play hits of the 60s and 70s anymore.

WNYC-FM is doing quite well at 4.7.  I guess many intellectuals interested in the news are listening.

I am disappointed that WFUV and WBGO are low at 0.6.  They both provide excellent programming with no commercials.

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