Net Listening Sees Summer Drop

Net Listening Sees Summer Drop
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Internet radio listening dropped in the past two weeks, thanks to summertime consumer habits, according to MeasureCast. But for the year, time spent listening to the Web stations measured by the service is up 91%.
The MeasureCast Internet Radio Index dipped 4% in the week of June 24 and another 15 percent the week of July 1, which included the July 4 holiday.
Clear Channel Worldwide and Radio Free Virgin took first and second places in the MeasureCast Top 10 Internet Radio Networks chart for the week of July 1. Britain's Virgin Radio and JazzFM finished the week of July 1 as the two most-listened-to radio stations streaming their programs over the Internet. They also won the top two spots in the Top 10 Simulcast Radio Stations ranking.
Radioioand MEDIAmazing led the Top 10 Internet-only Stations chart.

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