Tulsa – Big book for CHR “106.9 K-Hits” KHTT, now in third place with its best book since Winter 2011. Since last Fall, it's moved 3.3-4.2-4.0-6.5. Ahead of it are the two Cox-owned stations that keep trading the 12+ lead here. In the Spring, country “K95” KWEN was #1 for the first time in over a year, but this time it’s back to playing second fiddle to talk KRMG-AM/FM. The talker moves 8.4-7.1-7.8 and K95 runs 7.7-7.4-6.8. Country KVOO, KHTT’s sister station, is a steady #4 player (4.9-6.0-6.0). iHeart’s country “Twister” KTGX gains 4.5-4.5-5.6, to occupy fifth place. The 5.6 is the best book for the 106.1 frequency since Fall 2002, when it was KQLL. Nice book to brag about for Cox-owned classic rock “Eagle” KJSR, 3.2-4.5-5.5. Journal’s classic country “Big Country” KXBL shows a nifty four-book trend, 4.2-4.9-5.2-5.3. The four subscribers here are Cox, Journal, iHeart and locally-based Stephens, whose leading station is commercial contemporary Christian KXOJ (4.2-4.2-3.7).
Friday, October 10, 2014
The best city for them that I've seen in a while is Tulsa, OK:
Posted by Steve J. at 1:15 AM