The November PPM ratings were released yesterday by Arbitron. Classic Hits station WCBS-FM recaptured a portion of first place in the 6+ survey.
CBS-FM, with the exception of one month during the summer, has been consisently number two. They gained .4 to settle at 5.9.
Clear Channel-owned WLTW-FM, heading in the opposite direction, met CBS-FM at number one after dropping .6 from October.
More on CBS-FM’s latest rating triumphs after the jump.
FishbowlNY has learned that CBS-FM, along with tying for number one among the ages 6+, was tops among the 12+ group, Males 25 to 54, and 35 to 64.
Breaking down CBS-FM’s performance even further for November, they had a strong showing with all people 25 to 54.
- Overall, the station increaed from number four to number two with that important demographic.
- Weekday mornings Dan Taylor (up from seventh) reached his highest level– tying for third place.
- Afternoon drive DJ “Broadway” Bill Lee maintained number two (although his rating rose from a 4.2 to 5.7).
- Weeknight jock Ron Parker hit number one with a bullet (previously at number eight).
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