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Net Radio Drops This Week

Net Radio Drops This Week

While Internet radio listening dropped almost six percent overall in the week of May 7 to 13, according to MeasureCast, the top seven slots belonged to Internet-only Webcasters, with three that saw an increase in their total time spent listening.
Internet-only broadcasters have moved up the ratings charts following the AFTRA move in early April to begin to collect triple rates for radio commercials repurposed to the Internet.
The number one station,, saw its TTSL increase seven percent. Others with big increases the week of May 7 to 13 are Sea-Comm Media’s WFXZ(FM) in Wilmington, N.C., which streamed 23 percent more hours and, which boosted its TTSL 21 percent.
Visit to see the MeasureCast Internet Radio Index, which fell to 130 from 138 the previous week. The index tracks the total number of hours streamed by online broadcasters and is a representation of the trend in Total Time Spent Listening across a spectrum of stations measured by MeasureCast.