Triton Digital released its "November Internet Audio Top 20 Rankers." Download an Audio Graphics prepared copy that's complete with charts here
. This version goes into much greater detail than the official release (posted here
The most obvious data in the two charts below is how Pandora continues to pull away from the pack, and how the addition of Citadel stations has lifted Cumulus.
"Containing 75 charts, and thousands of data points, it's the most complete reporting of Triton Digital's ratings - featuring audience activity for 22 groups/stations..."
Not so obvious is the lift Clear Channel appears to have gained from its iHeartRadio promotions. From August 2011 through November 2011, it's seen a 57.7% rise in "Session Starts." There's also a 72.6% lift in "Average Active Sessions." Unfortunately, these are coupled with a 23.4% decline in "Average Time Spent Listening" to its streams.
A free report from Audio Graphics is available here.
Containing 75 charts, and thousands of data points, it's the most complete reporting of Triton Digital's ratings - featuring audience activity for 22 groups/stations, broken down by:
% of Avg-Active from US
% US Session Starts
Average Time Spent Listening - minutes
Weekends - As % of Total Listening
Once registered, you'll receive a detailed breakout as it becomes available with each release.
Go here to download your free Audio Graphics analysis of the Triton Digital "November Internet Audio Top 20 Rankers."