Urban and Spanish-Language Radio Stations Earn Top Rankings in New PPM Ratings New York: Steve Harvey on WBLS-FM ties for Number One among Persons 25-54 in AM Drive; Chicago: “Piolin por La MaÃ±ana” on WOJO-FM is Number One among Persons 18-34 in AM Drive; Riverside-San Bernardino: KLYY-FM Spanish Adult Hits station is Number One (Persons 25-54);
San Francisco: KMEL-FM Hip-Hop/R&B station is Number One (Persons 18-34); African-Americans or Spanish-Dominant Hispanics have highest listening of all groups across new Portable People Meter radio markets Arbitron Inc. (NYSE: ARB) released today a series of analyses of the new September Portable People MeterTM radio ratings that highlight some of the successes of urban and Spanish-language stations across the eight new PPMTM markets.
Arbitron today released radio audience estimates for the September 2008 PPM survey month (August 21-September 17) in New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, San Francisco, Nassau-Suffolk, Middlesex-Somerset-Union, Riverside-San Bernardino, and San Jose.
New York: The Steve Harvey Show on WBLS-FM Ties for Number One among Persons 25-54 in AM Drive. The audience for The Steve Harvey Show on WBLS-FM (owned by Inner City Broadcasting) is Number One in the September PPM report among Persons aged 25-54, a key target demographic.