WLTW/Lite FM keeps a tight grip on number one in the overall Arbitron PPM ratings. WLTW increased its lead over perennial number two WCBS-FM in December. WLTW edged WCBS-FM by just .3 in November, but WLTW had a 8.2 this month, gaining a 2.3 advantage over CBS-FM.
Clear Channel’s WHTZ/Z100 maintains number three with a 5.1 for the second straight month. WKTU slipped from 5.0 to 4.8, while sister station WAXQ also lost .2 to 4.1.
CBS’ WWFS/Fresh 102.7 saw gains, jumping .3 to 3.9.
Tropical station WSKQ had a minimal improvement to 3.9.
Cumulus’ WABC had .2 increase to 3.7.
WINS saw a slight drop to 3.4, while WCBS-AM lost .2 to 2.8.
FM Newser 101.9/WEMP had no gains from the previous rating survey, holding steady at .6.
More ratings highlights after the jump.
WBLS had the biggest drop in December, losing .6 to 3.8.
Among sports stations, WFAN improved .1 to 3.3, while ESPN/WEPN fell .2 to 1.3.
Bloomberg Radio/WBBR held steady for the second straight month at .7.
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