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Triton Digital Releases the March Top 20 Ranker

Triton Digital has released its monthly Top 20 Ranker for March. The Ranker is a listing of the top-performing digital audio stations and networks measured by the Webcast Metrics audience measurement platform, accredited by the Media Rating Council. Total listening for clients measured in March showed 5.36 million Average Active Sessions weekdays from 6am-8pm, and 4.5 million AAS during Monday-Sunday 6am-midnight.

Midweek listening shows peak AAS occurs at 2pm in March. On the weekend, listening shows peak AAS at 1pm, before gradually declining throughout the evening. When compared to February 2017, the Urban format showed the largest listening gains with a 3.4% increase in AAC during the Monday through Friday 6am-7pm daypart, followed by CHR and Sports.

Looking at the Top 15 Markets as compared to February, 2017, Seattle-Tacoma showed the largest listening gain with a 6.04% increase in AAS during the Monday through Friday 6am to 7pm daypart. Total listening for all publishers showed positive listening gains when compared to February, 2017, with an 11.8% increase in AAS during the Monday through Friday 6am to 8pm daypart, and a 12.6% increase during the Monday through Sunday 6am to midnight daypart.

Here are the Top 20 for March, 2017, based on AAS:

  1. Pandora
  2. Spotify
  3. iHeartRadio
  4. NPR Member Stations
  5. Cumulus Streaming Network
  6. CBS Radio
  7. AccuRadio
  8. Univision
  9. Entercom
  10. ESPN Radio
  11. EMF Corporate
  12. Beasley Broadcast
  13. Salem Communications
  14. Townsquare Media
  15. Hubbard Broadcasting
  16. New York Public Radio
  17. Emmis Broadcasting
  18. Radio One
  19. Bonneville
  20. Prisa Radio

Changes & Moves
Chuck Powell
Chuck Powell
KJR-AM (Sports Radio 950)/Seattle will debut of the new "Chuck and Buck" in mornings and Jason Puckett in middays, effective March 26. Chuck and Buck will air weekdays from 6-10am More

Quick Snaps
Westwood One: Laura Okmin co-hosted Westwood One's Today in PyeongChang, a nightly two-hour live broadcast that airs each day and providing coverage of the XXIII Olympic Winter Games. Pictured is Okmin with alpine skier Lindsey Vonn, who won a bronze medal in the downhill.