Wed Aug 10 18:59:10 EDT 2005
Certainly superior at night (although not in MetroWest or parts of the North
Shore). Decidedly inferior to the 1200/1430 combo nearly everywhere in the
market during the day.
Dan Strassberg, firstname.lastname@example.org
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From: "Laurence Glavin" <email@example.com>
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Subject: Re: Portland Ratings
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> >From: "Daniel Billings" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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> >Subject: Portland Ratings
> >Date: Tue, 9 Aug 2005 20:46:02 -0400
> > Who says AM is dead? In Portland, WGAN is #1 12+. That hasn't
> > happened in how long? Maybe 25 years.
> > Frank is #2 but numbers are down slightly.
> > Who says Oldies are dead? A good book for WYNZ. It must be Chuck
> > Igo's good work.
> > Saga has 3 of the top 5 stations.
> > Right wing talker WLOB, with a lineup mostly of Fox hosts, had
> > ratings 150% higher than the local Air America station. And that
> > is with competition from WGAN.
> > The Air America station tied with WBZ and Bob Bitner's WJTO --
> > which got a whole number in the ratings!
> Alternative right-wing yakkers don't always fare that well;
> Boston's WTTT-AM 1150 has yet to show any kind of number to
> the right of the decimal point after YEARS of fairly
> well-know syndicated hosts (Praeger, Bennett, Medved,
> Reagan, Schlessinger, etc). Many have posted on this
> site about AM 1150's signal shortcomings, but it IS
> a full-time 5,000 watt station below the police calls...
> thus somewhat superior to the WXKS-AM/WKOS duo.
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