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» Have A Seat In The Rating Room: Here are select Nielsen Audio Continuous Diary Measurement (CDM) ratings for November 2020 (three-month rolling average, 8/13-11/4) compared with stations' last books. Ranks (in parentheses) are among subscribers. Unless otherwise noted, all figures are Persons 12+, Monday-Sunday, 6am-midnight.


Birmingham, AL
  • WDXB 4.3 (2) to 3.8 (5) iHeartMedia
  • WZZK N/A to N/A Summit

​Summit WZZK is a two-book subscriber.

Buffalo, NY
  • WYRK 10.7 (1) to 10.9 (1) Townsquare
Greenville, SC
  • WSSL 6.1 (2) to 7.1 (1) iHeartMedia (Largest share since Winter 2019.)
  • WESC 6.8 (1) to 7.0 (2) iHeartMedia
Richmond, VA
  • WKHK N/A to N/A Summit

Summit's WKHK is a two-book subscriber.

Rochester, NY
  • WBEE 9.7 (1) to 9.1 (1) Entercom


» iHeart's Hantla Departs: With iHeartMediacompanywide cutbacks continuing, Birmingham-Gadsden-Tuscaloosa, AL Dir./Digital Content Camille Hantla is the latest to exit. She joined in 2016 following time with Wichita State University and Liv Communications, and oversaw 16 stations, include Country outlets WDXB/Birmingham and WTXT/Tuscaloosa. Hantla is seeking her next opportunity and can be reached here.


» Hot Air: Griffin KVOO/Tulsa is using Facebook to tease an impending Dec. 7 change. While both the morning show – with new additions Tige Rodgers and Daniel Baker (CAT 11/16) – and afternoons with Bud & Broadway (CAT 11/30) are slated to relaunch Monday, KVOO has also pulled its logo from Facebookleading to the notion a complete station rebranding may be forthcoming.