CBC AM continues to dominate the Calgary airwaves coming in first, with Jack taking a big leap into 2nd place. Pattison's Media, Wild has dropped dramatically after showing improvement in the last numbers, Corus's Country 105, although down, is still the dominate country music in cowtown....
COVID continues to impact radio revenues across Canada. In addition, there have been a variety of issues concerning diary markets. Let’s see if we can find some good news in the latest PPM radio ratings released today.
QR Newstalk drops to 2nd place, followed by XL 103, Country 105 holds the number five position. Pattison's Wild Country continues to move upward
CHQR is back on top, followed by CBR Am with Today Radio coming in 3rd place. Noteworthy is the drop for CJAY Pattison's Wild FM country has fallen, however, according to the David Bray analysis, Country 105 steps out front for F18-34 posting an 11.6% share, followed by Wild 95.3 at 11.1%.
Vancouver: CKNW grabs the #1 spot for A12+ with a 14.6% share of hours tuned (up from 13.5%)Calgary: News Talk 770 leads the way for A12+ with an 9.6% - Edmonton: UP 99.2 takes #1 with A12+, posting an 8.1% share of hours tuned -
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.