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Elections Increased Popularity of News/Talk Radio Shows

Feb 15, 2001, 9:21 AM
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News/talk/information webcasters were particularly popular in November due to the U.S. presidential election, according to the latest Arbitron Webcast Ratings.

In November, WABC-AM (, a New York-based news/talk/information radio station streamed by Real Broadcast Networks, topped the Arbitron Webcast Ratings with 369,500 Aggregate Tuning Hours (ATH) - the sum total of all hours that listeners tune to a given channel.

Other news/talk/information webcast channels ranked in the top 25 were Seattle-based KVI-AM (, streamed by Activate and Global Media, which ranked fourth with 219,600 ATH. Real Broadcast Networks streamed a number of news/talk/information channels, including San Francisco-based KSFO-AM (, which ranked eighth with 177,000 ATH; Dallas-based WBAP-AM (, ranked 11th with 171,300 ATH; Chicago-based WLS-AM (www.wlsam), ranked 17th with 149,900 ATH; and San Francisco-based KGO-AM (, ranked 23rd with 121,600 ATH. - Anya Khait

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