101.5 Today Radio is popular with women, taking #1 spot for F25-54 delivering a 14.8% share (up from 9.5%). For M25-54, X92.9 rules with a 12.1% (up from 10.2%).
News/Talk CHQR rode a’ big improvement back to the #1 spot in the 12+ book, followed by CBC Radio One and XL 103. KiSS FM was a big loser.
101.5 Today Radio topped both demo breakouts for women. X 92.9 leads with younger men, XL103 is the favorite of men 25-54.
XL 103 and CBR are in a virtual tie atop Calgary’s 12+ chart. The biggest gains go to 101.5 TODAY RADIO, moving up from #10 to seventh.
CBC Radio One is again the leader in the 12+ chart, followed by News/Talk CHQR. Two AM stations lead the 12+chart. In a virtual tie for third are Country 105 and Oldies XL 103.
Come inside for the leaders by demo age category.
Country 105 had a good 12+ book to take Top Spot, while other contenders slid. Q 107 and CJAY 92 also showed healthy gains. .
And CBC Music almost doubled its audience.
KOOL 101.5 almost overtook 95.9 CHFM for the lead in Demo Women, as Country 105 dropped a bundle.
Meantime X 92.9 continues to lead the Men 25-54 book over 2nd place XL 103 by a wide margin.
CBR takes top spot, jumping up from #4 in the winter12+ book.
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