Radio & Television

Q shows strength in Toronto, NW falls in Vancouver as ratings released

TORONTO – BBM released its latest round of radio ratings Monday afternoon, and the pecking order was shuffled a little in Toronto and Vancouver. The A12+ top line results show Q107 in Toronto moving up into third place with a 7.0 share (up from last year's S2 survey result of 6.4), behind Rogers' CHFI (8.6) and CHUM FM's 8.8. EZ Rock dropped to fourth at 6.9, down from 7.3 in the S2 2005 book.In Vancouver, perennial ratings leader CKNW (Corus) is showing some serious weakness. It still rates as the top station in the market at a 10.3 share, but...
 

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