Topping the ratings is Top 40 KQMV at 7.2 with hot, local morning show Brooke & Jubal now in syndication across the USA.
KUOW (NPR-Classical-University of Washington) slipped into 2nd place with a huge 6.8.
Seattleonians will never tire of hearing the same 100 tunes ad-nauseum and to prove the point, KJR/Classic Hits is in 3rd spot with a 5.6 number, highest since July.
Numbers declined for WARM 106.9/AC, but the station remains in 4th spot.
CBS Radio’s KZOK moved up to 5th place (again, Seattle never tires of those same 100 Classic Rock tunes). Maybe Danny Bonaduce had something to do with the rise in the station’s numbers. Personality? Couldn’t be that. That’s probably why they canned Gary Crow. They didn’t need no damned popular disc jockeys!
News-Talk KIRO 97.3 dropped from #3 to #6 –That makes no sense whatsoever.
Jazz, Blues, and NPR News connector, KNKX with 3.8 is in the Top 10. That makes two NPR/public radio stations benefitting from Seattle’s affection for that network.
Bubbling way under, in fact, only slightly simmering, are stations like:
News-Talk KTTH/2.0 and KVI/2.0
Sports KJR 0.9
KUBE FM 0.5 *The new PD has his work cut out!