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17 Jul 19
SS NEWS

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17 Jul 19
Orange County Register
KOST (103.5 FM) was down almost a full point from May, but remained the top dog in the Los Angeles ratings race according to Nielsen Ratings, which released the June report last week. The soft-rock station earned a 5.8 share of the audience aged 6 and over compared with the 6.6 it had in May and 6.5 in February and April. Right behind was all-oldies KRTH (101.1 FM) at 5.4 … about what it has averaged over the past six months but down from the 5.8 peak it saw in May, and KTWV The Wave (94.7 FM) at 5.0 … slightly above its 6-month average but down from May’s 5.2. KBIG (103.5 FM) was 4th at 4.6, while KFI (640 AM) singlehandedly proved that people can and do tune in to the AM band if the right programming is there and came in 5th with a 4.5 share. That KFI came in 5th is significant: in an era when few even tune to the band at all, being on the band and in the top-5 is huge. The next-highest-rated AM station was KNX at 14th (2.7 share); others were way down the list. KLOS (95.5 FM) is thriving under local Meruelo Media ownership … its 8th place 3.3 is the highest the station has seen in years, perhaps since I started writing this column in 1987, though I admit I didn’t look back to verify. The station had a 2.6 share in the last ratings period in which it was owned by Cumulus. It’s still a half point under primary competition Jack (KCBS, 93.1 FM), but finally within striking distance. Alternative is still struggling, with both KROQ (106.7 FM) and Alt 98.7 (KYSR) in the low 2s: 2.0 and 2.2, respectively. I still believe that playing and breaking new music would help both, but they will more likely just stay the course and find themselves irrelevant in the next few years. For its part, Alt still calls itself “LA’s New Alternative” years after adopting the format, perhaps an indicator of some of the problems facing the station. OK, I’m being harsh, but I do think both stations need to reset and stop relying so much on one sound and too many songs that are years old. They are both holding much-untapped potential! KSUR (1260 AM, 105.1 HD2) still manages to amaze by earning a 0.5 share. Sounds not-too-impressive until you realize that the main AM signal doesn’t even reach the entire city. On the other hand, KABC (790 AM), which does reach the entire city, was at 0.4. Adult-album formatted KCSN (88.5 FM) — which seems to reach everywhere except wherever I am — earned a 0.5. KIIS-FM continues to surprise … for the wrong reasons. The once-dominant station has settled in the high 3s and low 4s; in the latest, it was 7th place at 3.7. Not bad in and of itself, but you can bet if the station was not owned by a huge company that owns seven others in town — as was the rule before consolidation — heads would roll. No wonder radio ad revenues are down. The full story: Each rating is an estimate of the percentage of listeners aged 6 and over tuned to a station between the hours of 6 a.m. and 12 midnight, and are printed with the permission of Nielsen.1. KOST (5.8) 2. KRTH (5.4) 3. KTWV (5.0) 4. KBIG (4.6) 5. KFI (4.5) 6. Jack-FM (3.8) 7. KIIS-FM (3.7) 8. KLOS (3.3) 9. KLAX (3.2) 10. Power 106 (3.1)11. KLVE (3.0) 12. Real 92.3, KXOL (2.9) 14. KNX (2.7) 15. KRCD (2.6) 16. Amp Radio (2.4) 17. Go Country 105 (2.3) 18. KLYY, Alt 98.7 (2.2) 20. KROQ (2.0)21. KSCA, KUSC (1.9) 23. KPCC (1.8) 24. KBUE, KKLQ (1.7) 26. KJLH (1.6) 27. KLAC, KSPN (1.4) 29. KCRW (1.3) 30. KDAY, KXOS (1.2)32. KEIB, KKJZ (0.9) 34. KFSH The Fish (0.7) 35. KFWB, KRLA, KWIZ (9.6) 38. KCSN, KDLD, K-Surf (0.5)41. KABC, KKLA, KWKW (0.4) 44. KIRN, KTNQ (0.3) 46. KYLA (0.2) 47. KHJ, KPFK, KSPN Online Stream (0.1)
17 Jul 19
The Love of Robinson 274

Now, more than ever, internet marketing is a vital tool for your business. Having an informational, easy-to-use website will give you a competitive edge over your competitors. Here you’ll find some great tips in order to successfully market your business on the Internet. For increasing user satisfaction with your business online, try making a FAQ […]

17 Jul 19
The Art Of Chart

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17 Jul 19
Press Enterprise
KOST (103.5 FM) was down almost a full point from May, but remained the top dog in the Los Angeles ratings race according to Nielsen Ratings, which released the June report last week. The soft-rock station earned a 5.8 share of the audience aged 6 and over compared with the 6.6 it had in May and 6.5 in February and April. Right behind was all-oldies KRTH (101.1 FM) at 5.4 … about what it has averaged over the past six months but down from the 5.8 peak it saw in May, and KTWV The Wave (94.7 FM) at 5.0 … slightly above its 6-month average but down from May’s 5.2. KBIG (103.5 FM) was 4th at 4.6, while KFI (640 AM) singlehandedly proved that people can and do tune in to the AM band if the right programming is there and came in 5th with a 4.5 share. That KFI came in 5th is significant: in an era when few even tune to the band at all, being on the band and in the top-5 is huge. The next-highest-rated AM station was KNX at 14th (2.7 share); others were way down the list. KLOS (95.5 FM) is thriving under local Meruelo Media ownership … its 8th place 3.3 is the highest the station has seen in years, perhaps since I started writing this column in 1987, though I admit I didn’t look back to verify. The station had a 2.6 share in the last ratings period in which it was owned by Cumulus. It’s still a half point under primary competition Jack (KCBS, 93.1 FM), but finally within striking distance. Alternative is still struggling, with both KROQ (106.7 FM) and Alt 98.7 (KYSR) in the low 2s: 2.0 and 2.2, respectively. I still believe that playing and breaking new music would help both, but they will more likely just stay the course and find themselves irrelevant in the next few years. For its part, Alt still calls itself “LA’s New Alternative” years after adopting the format, perhaps an indicator of some of the problems facing the station. OK, I’m being harsh, but I do think both stations need to reset and stop relying so much on one sound and too many songs that are years old. They are both holding much-untapped potential! KSUR (1260 AM, 105.1 HD2) still manages to amaze by earning a 0.5 share. Sounds not-too-impressive until you realize that the main AM signal doesn’t even reach the entire city. On the other hand, KABC (790 AM), which does reach the entire city, was at 0.4. Adult-album formatted KCSN (88.5 FM) — which seems to reach everywhere except wherever I am — earned a 0.5. KIIS-FM continues to surprise … for the wrong reasons. The once-dominant station has settled in the high 3s and low 4s; in the latest, it was 7th place at 3.7. Not bad in and of itself, but you can bet if the station was not owned by a huge company that owns seven others in town — as was the rule before consolidation — heads would roll. No wonder radio ad revenues are down. The full story: Each rating is an estimate of the percentage of listeners aged 6 and over tuned to a station between the hours of 6 a.m. and 12 midnight, and are printed with the permission of Nielsen.1. KOST (5.8) 2. KRTH (5.4) 3. KTWV (5.0) 4. KBIG (4.6) 5. KFI (4.5) 6. Jack-FM (3.8) 7. KIIS-FM (3.7) 8. KLOS (3.3) 9. KLAX (3.2) 10. Power 106 (3.1)11. KLVE (3.0) 12. Real 92.3, KXOL (2.9) 14. KNX (2.7) 15. KRCD (2.6) 16. Amp Radio (2.4) 17. Go Country 105 (2.3) 18. KLYY, Alt 98.7 (2.2) 20. KROQ (2.0)21. KSCA, KUSC (1.9) 23. KPCC (1.8) 24. KBUE, KKLQ (1.7) 26. KJLH (1.6) 27. KLAC, KSPN (1.4) 29. KCRW (1.3) 30. KDAY, KXOS (1.2)32. KEIB, KKJZ (0.9) 34. KFSH The Fish (0.7) 35. KFWB, KRLA, KWIZ (9.6) 38. KCSN, KDLD, K-Surf (0.5)41. KABC, KKLA, KWKW (0.4) 44. KIRN, KTNQ (0.3) 46. KYLA (0.2) 47. KHJ, KPFK, KSPN Online Stream (0.1)
17 Jul 19
Daily Bulletin
KOST (103.5 FM) was down almost a full point from May, but remained the top dog in the Los Angeles ratings race according to Nielsen Ratings, which released the June report last week. The soft-rock station earned a 5.8 share of the audience aged 6 and over compared with the 6.6 it had in May and 6.5 in February and April. Right behind was all-oldies KRTH (101.1 FM) at 5.4 … about what it has averaged over the past six months but down from the 5.8 peak it saw in May, and KTWV The Wave (94.7 FM) at 5.0 … slightly above its 6-month average but down from May’s 5.2. KBIG (103.5 FM) was 4th at 4.6, while KFI (640 AM) singlehandedly proved that people can and do tune in to the AM band if the right programming is there and came in 5th with a 4.5 share. That KFI came in 5th is significant: in an era when few even tune to the band at all, being on the band and in the top-5 is huge. The next-highest-rated AM station was KNX at 14th (2.7 share); others were way down the list. KLOS (95.5 FM) is thriving under local Meruelo Media ownership … its 8th place 3.3 is the highest the station has seen in years, perhaps since I started writing this column in 1987, though I admit I didn’t look back to verify. The station had a 2.6 share in the last ratings period in which it was owned by Cumulus. It’s still a half point under primary competition Jack (KCBS, 93.1 FM), but finally within striking distance. Alternative is still struggling, with both KROQ (106.7 FM) and Alt 98.7 (KYSR) in the low 2s: 2.0 and 2.2, respectively. I still believe that playing and breaking new music would help both, but they will more likely just stay the course and find themselves irrelevant in the next few years. For its part, Alt still calls itself “LA’s New Alternative” years after adopting the format, perhaps an indicator of some of the problems facing the station. OK, I’m being harsh, but I do think both stations need to reset and stop relying so much on one sound and too many songs that are years old. They are both holding much-untapped potential! KSUR (1260 AM, 105.1 HD2) still manages to amaze by earning a 0.5 share. Sounds not-too-impressive until you realize that the main AM signal doesn’t even reach the entire city. On the other hand, KABC (790 AM), which does reach the entire city, was at 0.4. Adult-album formatted KCSN (88.5 FM) — which seems to reach everywhere except wherever I am — earned a 0.5. KIIS-FM continues to surprise … for the wrong reasons. The once-dominant station has settled in the high 3s and low 4s; in the latest, it was 7th place at 3.7. Not bad in and of itself, but you can bet if the station was not owned by a huge company that owns seven others in town — as was the rule before consolidation — heads would roll. No wonder radio ad revenues are down. The full story: Each rating is an estimate of the percentage of listeners aged 6 and over tuned to a station between the hours of 6 a.m. and 12 midnight, and are printed with the permission of Nielsen.1. KOST (5.8) 2. KRTH (5.4) 3. KTWV (5.0) 4. KBIG (4.6) 5. KFI (4.5) 6. Jack-FM (3.8) 7. KIIS-FM (3.7) 8. KLOS (3.3) 9. KLAX (3.2) 10. Power 106 (3.1)11. KLVE (3.0) 12. Real 92.3, KXOL (2.9) 14. KNX (2.7) 15. KRCD (2.6) 16. Amp Radio (2.4) 17. Go Country 105 (2.3) 18. KLYY, Alt 98.7 (2.2) 20. KROQ (2.0)21. KSCA, KUSC (1.9) 23. KPCC (1.8) 24. KBUE, KKLQ (1.7) 26. KJLH (1.6) 27. KLAC, KSPN (1.4) 29. KCRW (1.3) 30. KDAY, KXOS (1.2)32. KEIB, KKJZ (0.9) 34. KFSH The Fish (0.7) 35. KFWB, KRLA, KWIZ (9.6) 38. KCSN, KDLD, K-Surf (0.5)41. KABC, KKLA, KWKW (0.4) 44. KIRN, KTNQ (0.3) 46. KYLA (0.2) 47. KHJ, KPFK, KSPN Online Stream (0.1)
17 Jul 19
The Journey To A Great Surrender

Ya know, I live in Florida, the flattest state in all of the land. So I don’t know what it’s like to have to walk uphill for a long period of time. The only time I walk uphill is when Maura and I walk the bridge by our house. That is just about the only […]

17 Jul 19
ThatsLindsayWithAnA

I’ve put together a list, in no particular order, of some resources that helped me while breastfeeding. As a disclaimer I am not sponsored by any of these brands, although I wouldn’t say no to a few brownies 😉   Milky Mama Milky Mama LLC is a company that makes all kinds of great supplements, […]

17 Jul 19
techbloggers

A 10-year-old boy died in Noida on Wednesday after he allegedly hangs himself from a piece of cloth inside his home while his parents were out for work, police said. from NDTV News – Top-stories https://ift.tt/30FypYJ

17 Jul 19
teawithtammy

Yes, yes, yes it’s another server story. Enjoy So I’m at work having a good ole time and I get a 7 top of white woman who’s husbands are in the military and they have a mom group. I thought it was gonna go great. I’m not white but I’m a mom. Something I can […]

17 Jul 19
Trendy Craze

A 10-year-old boy died in Noida on Wednesday after he allegedly hangs himself from a piece of cloth inside his home while his parents were out for work, police said. from NDTV News – Top-stories https://ift.tt/30FypYJ

17 Jul 19
Speculative Fascination

What the Reader Knows about Dystopian Fiction The Ruling Elite A common feature within dystopian fiction is that of a ruling elite class which controls society, and, in some cases, even the thoughts of its subjects. Revolution Often, the protagonist(s) in these dystopian societies either dream of or are working toward revolution—a change from the […]

17 Jul 19
FIFA World Cup News 2018

A 10-year-old boy died in Noida on Wednesday after he allegedly hangs himself from a piece of cloth inside his home while his parents were out for work, police said. from NDTV News – Top-stories https://ift.tt/30FypYJ via IFTTT

17 Jul 19
The Art Of Chart

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17 Jul 19
The Art Of Chart

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17 Jul 19
SEE JANE TRADE

Just like a Pilot has to trust their instruments when flying in bad weather, a Day Trader must be able to trust their tools. If you talk to any traders you will find out they all agree that there is not one platform or service that provides everything they want in one location The Top […]

17 Jul 19
The Skeleheron's Nest

“If so much as a single man dies, it’ll be on your soul,” the Skipper said at last as he shrugged away from his restraints. He pointed a finger at me, spittle flecking his chin as he did so. “On your soul!”