Winnipeg Radio Spring Ratings…

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TOP-LINE RADIO STATISTICS

Winnipeg CTRL

Source: Numeris

Survey Period: Radio Diary Survey February 27, 2017 – April 23, 2017

Demographic: A12+ Area: 6119 (Winnipeg Ctrl)

Daypart: Monday-Sunday 5am-1am

 

Station                   Share %             Ctrl Reach (000)           Share Trend

CBW – Radio One        14.5                        118.6

CJOB – NewsTalk        10.9                        110.5

CFQX – Country             9.0                        118.5

CKMM – Virgin              8.0                         156.7

CITI –  Rock                     7.4                           83.3

CFWM – Bob                    5.9                         101.2

CHIQ – The Drive            5.6                           77.8

CHWE – Energy               4.7                           94.7

CJKR – Power                   4.7                           68.4

CFRW – TSN                      4.4                          67.1

CKY-FM – KiSS                  4.1                           66.8

CBW-FM – CBC                  3.6                          54.3

CFPG – Peggy (Fresh)        2.6                         47.4

CFJL – Hot 100.5 (Jewel)  1.5                          24.6

CKSBFM – Rad/Can            0.2                           2.9

CIURFM – Now Country     0.1                            7.0

 

TERMS

Universe – Estimated population of the Central Market Area.

Central Market Area – A Numeris defined geographical area, usually centred around one urban centre. The definition of a Central Market Area generally corresponds to Statistics Canada Census Metropolitan Areas, Census Agglomeration, Cities, Counties, Census Divisions or Regional Districts.

Share – Within the central market area, the estimated total hours tuned to that station expressed as a percentage of total hours tuned to all radio.

Central (Ctrl) Reach – The estimated number of different people, within the central market area, who tuned to that station for at least one quarter hour during the week. Value is expressed in 000’s.

Source: Numeris

 

 

 

 

 

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