Perennial top rated Soft Adult Contemporary WLTW/Lite FM maintains its stranglehold on number one in the latest Arbitron ratings.
Clear Channel’s WLTW remained at 6.6 for a second straight month, but rival WCBS-FM battled back from a third-place tie.
“Competition is getting tighter, so we are very pleased to see CBS-FM bounce back with a 10 percent gain at number two,” Brian Thomas, WCBS-FM program director, tells FishbowlNY.
CBS-FM improves from a 4.9 to a 5.4 and sole possession of second place.
Thomas says the rumored changes for 101.9 will “most likely benefit WAXQ and WCBS-FM the most.”
Meanwhile, WKTU makes gains from last month’s 4.9, but grabs number three at 5.1.
WHTZ/Z100 keeps pace for the second consecutive survey with a 5.0.
Tropical favorite WSKQ continues to jump by leaps and bounds. ‘SKQ added .6 since April (including .3 last month).
Classic rock station WAXQ/104.3 had a slight upgrade to 4.1 for June.
WCBS-AM, despite carrying the New York Yankees, has been on a ratings freefall. After dropping .7 for May, the All-News station gave back another .3 for June.
More from the radio ratings after the jump
WWFS/Fresh 102.7 inched ahead .1 to 3.7, while Inner City’s WBLS had no change at 3.6.
WINS slipped .2 to 3.4, while WABC lost .5 to 2.7
And Emmis’ WRXP (expected to drop their Rock format on Friday) improved slightly to a 2.6.
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