Both down a full point since last summer, while WGN blows out the competition (like the Colorado Rockies, WGN may never lose a book again!) For the complete results, click here.
Update (10-16-06): No Feder today for some reason, so the daypart breakdowns will have to wait. In the meantime, here’s a Tribune story on the numbers, which contains some demo information.
Quick Thoughts: “Crazy” Howard McGee’s exit hurt WGCI; WOJO had a very good book – the best in its history; WKQX’s morning fix needs to be fixed; and WLS hit a twenty-year low (the last time numbers were this bad, the station was still playing adult Top 40 music with Larry Lujack in the afternoons.)
WHTZ Number One in Big Apple
Meanwhile, Clear Channel’s Top 40 outlet WHTZ-FM (Z100) hit number one in New York for the first time since the 1980’s, when Scott Shannon’s morning show held sway. Z100 knocked off sister WLTW-FM out of the top slot and into third place. Urban AC outlet WRKS-FM finished second.
updated 2007-10-16 at 9:09am