Radio Ratings Status Quo: WLTW Remains Number One Overall

The holidays are over for all except WLTW! The Clear Channel big shot is still the top station overall in New York. Lite-FM blasted the competition in the annual Christmas book with an 11.3.

In January, it was a “subdued” appearance by WLTW with a 7.2 in the Arbitron ratings.

WCBS-FM maintained its number two slot with a 6.2.

WBLS was third at 5.7.

WHTZ/Z100 leaped .8 to 5.4.

WINS saw a .3 improvement to 4.5, tying with Spanish station WSKQ.

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WFAN-FM had a healthy .6 increase to 3.7. By contrast, ESPN’s WEPN slipped to 1.6.

Among talk stations, Cumulus’ WABC gained .5 to 2.7. Clear Channel’s newest property WOR settled for 1.3, up .2.

More from the January ratings after the jump

It was a seventh-place finish for Rocker Q 104.3/WAXQ, gaining .5 to 4.3. Sister station WKTU and Spanish WXNY locked in at 4.1. Another Spanish format, WPAT-FM jumped .8 to 2.1.

WCBS 880 added a tenth to 3.6.

Emmis’ Hot 97/WQHT dropped .5 to 2.5, while rival Power 105/WWPR stood at 3.1.

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