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» Ratin' On Sundown: Here are select Nielsen Audio Continuous Diary Measurement (CDM) ratings for August 2021 (three-month rolling average, 5/27-8/18) compared with May and June. Ranks (in parentheses) are among subscribers. Unless otherwise noted, all figures are Persons 12+, Monday-Sunday, 6am-midnight.
Baton Rouge
  • WYNK iHeartMedia
    5.5 (4) - 5.2 (4) - 4.5 (3)
  • WTGE Guaranty
    Does not subscribe.
Louisville
  • WAMZ iHeartMedia
    7.3 (1) - 6.9 (2) - 6.8 (2)
  • WQNU Summit
    2.8 (12) - 2.8 (11) - 3.1 (10)
New Orleans
  • WNOE iHeartMedia
    5.3 (4) - 5.7 (3t) - 5.3 (4)
Oklahoma City
  • KTST iHeartMedia
    5.0 (3t) - 5.2 (3) - 4.8 (3)
  • KXXY iHeartMedia Classic Country
    3.3 (7t) - 4.1 (4) - 3.7 (5)
  • KNAH Champlin Classic Country
    1.9 (14) - 2.0 (8) - 1.9 (10t)
  • KJKE Tyler
    4.1 (6) - N/A - N/A
    Tyler ceased subscribing in June.



 

» WTHT's Garrison Departs: Binnie WTHT/Portland, ME PD Corey Garrison has exited after more than a year in the position. He joined for a second run in 2018 (CAT 8/8/18) after previously serving as MD from 2007-2014, rising to his most recent post last year (CAT 4/23/20). Reach Garrison here. No word on plans for the position.

 
 

» Insta Grammy: The Recording Academy has expanded the role of Chief Industry Officer Ruby Marchand to Chief Awards & Industry Officer. Concurrently, Senior Managing Dir. Joanna Chu has been elevated to VP/Awards. The expanded roles reflect the continuing restructuring of the Academy's Awards Department. "I am proud to welcome Ruby and Joanna into their new positions as we work to enhance our awards processes from the inside out," says CEO Harvey Mason Jr. "Their expertise in this space is highly valuable as we continue to refine the Recording Academy's role in the music industry and work to provide the highest quality of service to our members."