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97.1 The Ticket Dominates Detroit’s Winter Ratings Book

FanDuel announced yesterday that it has hired its first ever “responsible gaming ambassador”. WFAN’s Craig Carton has agreed to take on the role. He has been open about his gambling addiction and advocated for those that believe they have a problem to seek help on air since returning to New York radio last year.

The content he creates for FanDuel will have a very specific focus. A press release says Carton will promote messages of “advocacy, prevention awareness and content development focused on the importance of wagering within limits”.

Craig Carton was sentenced to three years in prison for his role in a ponzi scheme to defraud investors of money they were told was being invested in tickets for resale. In reality, Carton was using the money to repay some of his gambling debts.

“My story and personal history with gambling has been well documented,” said Carton. “More than ever, I want to use my experience and platform to shine a meaningful spotlight on the issue of problem gambling. It was important to me that I find a real partnership with a company that shared my passion for this issue. It became clear FanDuel shared the same goals and was comfortable working transparently with me for the sole purpose of protecting people.”

FanDuel is planning to utilize Carton in a number of ways. He will help shape the company’s responsible gaming policy, play a role in FanDuel building AI that can spot problematic gambling patterns, and host events in which he will help younger bettors understand what an addiction looks like.

He will also create audio and video for FanDuel’s Play Safe Campaign. FanDuel will help Carton’s WFAN program “Hello, My Name is Craig” find a bigger audience. The show airs on weekends and features Carton discussing his addiction and offering advice to others seeking help.

“We are absolutely thrilled to partner with Craig to place even more emphasis on responsible gaming behaviors,” said Mike Raffensperger, FanDuel Group’s Chief Marketing Officer. “Everyone at FanDuel understands the importance of protecting our customers who are also our family, friends, neighbors and community members. Craig’s powerful personal story will help fuel our mission of making sure no bet placed results in hurting a loved one.”

Sours: https://barrettsportsmedia.com/2021/04/27/97-1-the-ticket-dominates-detroits-winter-ratings-book/

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September 2021 PPM Ratings Takeaways – Part Two

TALKERS | October 6, 2021

September 2021 PPM Data – Information for the September 2021 sweep has been released for Washington, DC; Boston; Miami; Seattle; Detroit; Phoenix; Minneapolis; San Diego; Tampa; Denver; Baltimore; and St. Louis.

Nielsen Audio’s September 2021 survey period covered August 19 – September 15.

Managing editor Mike Kinosian provides “Takeaways” for spoken-word stations finishing in their respective markets’ top twenty.

Also cited are each particular city’s #1 station (6+) and loftiest (6+) upticks and drop-offs.

All comparisons noted are August 2021 – September 2021 (6+).

WASHINGTON, DC

News/Talk: Cumulus Media’s WMAL “105.9 FM – Where Washington Comes To Talk” (Washington Football Team) 3.3 – 3.2, -.1, #10 to #13

News: Hubbard Broadcasting-owned WTOP & WTLP “Washington’s Top News” 9.2 – 8.5, -.7, first to second

Sports Talk: In the Audacy cluster, WJFK-FM “106.7 The Fan” (Nationals) steady at 1.9, #18 to #17; WJFK-FM’s internet stream, .5 – .6, +.1, #24 to #20; and WTEM “980 The Team” (Washington Football Team) .4 – .6, +.2, #20

Public Radio News/Talk: American University-owned WAMU 6.6 – 7.4, +.8, fourth to third

Number One 6+: Radio One urban AC WMMJ, first month, 8.9 – 8.8, -.1

Largest 6+ August 2021 – September 2021 Increase (Tie): public radio news/talk WAMU; classic hits-oldies WIAD; and CHR WIHT (+.8)

Largest 6+ August 2021 – September 2021 Decrease: urban AC WHUR (-1.3)

BOSTON

News/Talk: iHeartMedia’s WRKO “AM 680 The Voice Of Boston” 3.8 – 3.9, +.1, anchored in ninth-place

News – Talk: iHeartMedia-owned WBZ-AM “News Radio 1030” 6.2 – 6.6, +.4, repeats at #3

Sports Talk: Beasley Media Group’s WBZ-FM “98.5 The Sports Hub” (New England Patriots) 5.8 – 7.4, +1.6, sixth to first

Audacy-owned WEEI-FM “93.7 Boston’s Sports Station” (Red Sox) 3.4 – 3.9, +.5, #11 to #9

Public Radio News/Talk: Boston University’s WBUR 4.1 – 4.0, -.1, unchanged at #8

WGBH Educational Foundation-owned WGBH 3.2 – 2.9, -.3, #12 to #13

Number One 6+: sports talk WBZ-FM, first month, 5.8 – 7.4, +1.6

Largest 6+ August 2021 – September 2021 Increase: sports talk WBZ-FM (+1.6)

Largest 6+ August 2021 – September 2021 Decrease: CHR WXKS-FM (-1.0)

MIAMI

News/Talk: None in the top twenty

Spanish News/Talk: Univision Radio-owned WAQI “710 AM Radio Mambi” 3.6 – 3.4, -.2, #10 to #11

Actualidad Media Group’s WURN-AM “Actualidad AM 1040” 2.5 – 2.2, -.3, #15 to #18

News: None in the top twenty

Sports Talk: None in the top twenty

Public Radio News/Talk: Dade County School Board-owned WLRN 3.3 – 3.5, +.2, #11 to #9

Number One 6+: Cox Media Group urban AC WHQT, first month, 7.7 – 8.7, +1.0

Largest 6+ August 2021 – September 2021 Increase: urban AC WHQT (+1.0)

Largest 6+ August 2021 – September 2021 Decrease: adult contemporary WFEZ (-1.0)

SEATTLE

News/Talk: Bonneville’s KIRO-FM “97.3 FM” (Seahawks) 7.3 – 7.1, -.2, #1

News: Lotus Communications’ KOMO-AM & KOMO-FM “Seattle News, Weather, Sports” 5.8 – 5.4, -.4, repeats at #3

Sports Talk: Bonneville-owned KIRO-AM “710 AM ESPN Seattle” (Mariners and Seahawks) flat at 3.9, remains in ninth-place

Public Radio News/Talk: Northwest Public Radio’s KUOW 4.7 – 5.4, +.7, sixth to third

Number One 6+: news/talk KIRO-FM, thirdstraight month, 7.3 – 7.1, -.2

Largest 6+ August 2021 – September 2021 Increase: alternative KEXP (+.8)

Largest 6+ August 2021 – September 2021 Decrease: rock KISW (-1.4)

DETROIT

News/Talk: Cumulus Media’s WJR “News Talk 760 AM” 4.6 – 3.8, -.8, #10 to #12

News: Audacy-owned WWJ News Radio 950” 5.7 – 5.5, -.2, repeats in fourth-place

Sports Talk: Audacy’s WXYT-FM “97.1 The Ticket” (Tigers and Lions) 5.4 – 5.5, +.1, fifth to fourth

Public Radio News/Talk: Universityof Michigan’s WUOM 1.6 – 1.7, +.1, #19 to #18

Number One 6+: Audacy classic hits-oldies WOMC, second month in a row, 7.2 – 7.4, +.2

Largest 6+ August 2021 – September 2021 Increase: urban AC WMXD (+.5)

Largest 6+ August 2021 – September 2021 Decrease: news/talk WJR (-.8)

PHOENIX

News/Talk: iHeartMedia’s KFYI “News Talk 550” 5.0 – 4.5, -.5, second to fifth

Bonneville-owned KTAR-FM “News 92.3 FM” (Arizona Cardinals) 3.4 – 3.7, +.3, tenth to ninth

News: None in the top twenty

Sports Talk: Bonneville’s KMVP-FM “98.7 Arizona’s Sports Station” 2.2 – 2.1, -.1, #22 to #18

Public Radio News/Talk: Maricopa County Community College-owned KJZZ 3.2 – 3.3, +.1, #11 to #10

Number One 6+: iHeartMedia adult contemporary KESZ, eleventh consecutive month, 6.7 – 7.3, +.6

Largest 6+ August 2021 – September 2021 Increase: adult hits KYOT (+1.1)

Largest 6+ August 2021 – September 2021 Decrease: classic hits-oldies KOAI (-1.1)

MINNEAPOLIS

News/Talk: Audacy’s WCCO “News Talk 830” (Twins) 4.8 – 5.2, +.4, eighth to sixth

iHeartMedia-owned KTLK-AM “Twin Cities News Talk AM 1130” 3.2 – 3.3, +.1, remains at #14

News: None in the top twenty

Sports Talk: iHeartMedia-owned KFXN “FM 100.3 K-Fan” (Minnesota Vikings) 4.2 – 4.7, +.5, #12 to #11

Public Radio News/Talk: Minnesota Public Radio’s KNOW 7.2 – 7.5, +.3, repeats in third-place

Number One 6+: iHeartMedia classic hits-oldies KQQL, third successive month, 7.9 – 8.7, +.8

Largest 6+ August 2021 – September 2021 Increase: classic hits-oldies KQQL (+.8)

Largest 6+ August 2021 – September 2021 Decrease: contemporary Christian KTIS-FM (-1.0)

SAN DIEGO

News/Talk: In the iHeartMedia cluster, KOGO “News Radio 600” 4.2 – 4.7, +.5, eighth to fourth; KGB-AM “760 AM” 1.4 – 2.1, +.7, #22 to #16; and KFI “AM 640” 1.9 – 2.0, +.1, #20 to #18

News: None in the top twenty

Sports Talk: None in the top twenty

Public Radio News/Talk: San Diego State University-owned KPBS 4.6 – 5.2, +.6, fourth to third

Number One 6+: Local Media San Diego-programmed rhythmic hot AC XHRM, second consecutive month, 6.1 – 6.8, +.7

Largest 6+ August 2021 – September 2021 Increase (Tie): rhythmic hot AC XHRM and news/talk KGB-AM (+.7)

Largest 6+ August 2021 – September 2021 Decrease: CHR KHTS (-1.3)

TAMPA

News/Talk: Cox Media Group’s WHPT “102.5 The Bone – Real, Raw, Radio” 3.7 – 4.4, +.7, ninth to sixth

iHeartMedia-owned WFLA “News Radio 970” 2.8 – 3.3, +.5, #14 to #11

News: None in the top twenty

Sports Talk: iHeartMedia’s WDAE “Tampa Bay’s Sports Radio” (Rays) 2.6 – 2.8, +.2, locked at #17

Public Radio News/Talk: University of South Florida-owned WUSF 2.8 – 3.2, +.4, #14 to #12

Number One 6+: contemporary Christian WCIE, third month in a row, 7.8 – 8.6, +.8

Largest 6+ August 2021 – September 2021 Increase: contemporary Christian WCIE (+.8)

Largest 6+ August 2021 – September 2021 Decrease: hot AC WMTX (-1.4)

DENVER

News/Talk: In the iHeartMedia cluster, KOA “News Radio 850” (Rockies and Broncos) 2.8 – 2.9, +.1, #13 to #15; KHOW “Talk Radio 630” 2.2 – 2.5, +.3, #20 to #16; and KDFD “Freedom 93.7” 2.2 – 2.3, +.1, #20 to #18

News: None in the top twenty

Sports Talk: Bonneville’s KKFN “104.3 The Fan” 2.5 – 3.0, +.5, #15 to #13

Public Radio News/Talk: Colorado Public Radio-owned KCFR 4.5 – 5.3, +.8, fourth to third

Number One 6+: Bonneville country KYGO, first month, 6.4 – 7.1, +.7

Largest 6+ August 2021 – September 2021 Increase: public radio news/talk KCFR (+.8)

Largest 6+ August 2021 – September 2021 Decrease: classic rock KRFX (-1.2)

BALTIMORE

News/Talk: Hearst Television’s WBAL News Radio 1090” (Ravens) 3.9 – 3.7, -.2, anchored in ninth-place

WCBM Maryland-owned WCBM “Talk Radio AM 680” 3.1 – 2.9, -.2, #13 to #15

News: None in the top twenty

Sports Talk: Audacy’s WJZ-FM “Baltimore Sports Radio 105.7 The Fan” (Orioles) 4.5 – 4.3, -.2, repeats at #7

Public Radio News/Talk: Your Public Radio Corporation’s WYPR 3.9 – 3.5, -.4, #9 to #11

Number One 6+: Radio One urban AC WWIN-FM, ninthconsecutive month, 8.1 – 8.6, +.5

Largest 6+ August 2021 – September 2021 Increase: classic rock WZBA (+.8)

Largest 6+ August 2021 – September 2021 Decrease: urban contemporary WERQ (-.9)

ST. LOUIS

News/Talk: Audacy’s KMOX “The Voice Of St. Louis” (Cardinals) flat at 6.0, seventh to eighth and co-owned KFTK “Talk 97.1 FM” 4.5 – 3.7, -.8, #10 to #14

iHeartMedia-owned KTLK-FM “104.9 The Patriot” 2.1 – .5, -1.6 #17 to #19

News: None in the top twenty

Sports Talk: Hubbard Broadcasting’s WXOS “101 ESPN” 3.5 – 3.8, +.3, #13 to #12

Public Radio News/Talk: University of Missouri-owned KWMU 3.3 – 4.2, +.9, #15 to #10

Number One 6+: Hubbard Broadcasting rock KSHE, ninthconsecutive month, 11.1 – 11.0, -.1

Largest 6+ August 2021 – September 2021 Increase: urban AC WFUN (+1.0)

Largest 6+ August 2021 – September 2021 Decrease: news/talk KTLK-FM (-1.6)

Note: Three days before the start of the September 2021 sweep (8/16), iHeartMedia flipped urban AC KMJM to news/talk KTLK-FM.

 

Up next: September 2021 overviews for Portland; Charlotte; San Antonio; Sacramento; Pittsburgh; Salt Lake City; Las Vegas; Orlando; Cincinnati; Cleveland; Kansas City; and Columbus.

Email Mike Kinosian at [email protected].

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97.1 the Ticket Dominates Detroit Summer Ratings

FanDuel announced yesterday that it has hired its first ever “responsible gaming ambassador”. WFAN’s Craig Carton has agreed to take on the role. He has been open about his gambling addiction and advocated for those that believe they have a problem to seek help on air since returning to New York radio last year.

The content he creates for FanDuel will have a very specific focus. A press release says Carton will promote messages of “advocacy, prevention awareness and content development focused on the importance of wagering within limits”.

Craig Carton was sentenced to three years in prison for his role in a ponzi scheme to defraud investors of money they were told was being invested in tickets for resale. In reality, Carton was using the money to repay some of his gambling debts.

“My story and personal history with gambling has been well documented,” said Carton. “More than ever, I want to use my experience and platform to shine a meaningful spotlight on the issue of problem gambling. It was important to me that I find a real partnership with a company that shared my passion for this issue. It became clear FanDuel shared the same goals and was comfortable working transparently with me for the sole purpose of protecting people.”

FanDuel is planning to utilize Carton in a number of ways. He will help shape the company’s responsible gaming policy, play a role in FanDuel building AI that can spot problematic gambling patterns, and host events in which he will help younger bettors understand what an addiction looks like.

He will also create audio and video for FanDuel’s Play Safe Campaign. FanDuel will help Carton’s WFAN program “Hello, My Name is Craig” find a bigger audience. The show airs on weekends and features Carton discussing his addiction and offering advice to others seeking help.

“We are absolutely thrilled to partner with Craig to place even more emphasis on responsible gaming behaviors,” said Mike Raffensperger, FanDuel Group’s Chief Marketing Officer. “Everyone at FanDuel understands the importance of protecting our customers who are also our family, friends, neighbors and community members. Craig’s powerful personal story will help fuel our mission of making sure no bet placed results in hurting a loved one.”

Sours: https://barrettsportsmedia.com/2020/10/06/97-1-the-ticket-dominates-detroit-summer-ratings/

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