BBM 2008:s3 - Survey 3 2008 BBM Overview

Written by David Bray on Tuesday, 07 October 2008 01:00.

It would seem that the world is in a state of upheaval, with politicians continuing to pummel each other, the stock and housing markets crashing and Tina Fey emerging as the most popular vice-presidential candidate in the U.S. Despite all of that, radio keeps chugging along, as demonstrated by the radio BBM results released today.

BBM 2005:s1 - BBM reveals latest radio figures

Written by David Bray on Thursday, 12 May 2005 01:00.

As the spring breezes begin to blow, things are heating up in anticipation of the CRTC decision coming out of the satellite/subscription hearings held late last year. For now, the race for ratings is as hot as ever as demonstrated by the new BBM released yesterday.

BBM 2007:s4 - Some surprises in BBM's latest radio survey

Written by David Bray on Tuesday, 04 December 2007 00:00.

Let's take a look at the numbers in BBM's Survey 4, 2007, released yesterday, and find out who'll be celebrating during this holiday season.

 

BBM 2007:s3 - Find Out Whose Number is Up

Written by David Bray on Tuesday, 02 October 2007 01:00.

Like some of you, I've been squinting at tiny numbers for far too long. Time to update my prescription and pull out the calculator because the new BBM was released yesterday. Let's take a look.

BBM 2007:s2 - Radio ratings sizzling hot

Written by David Bray on Tuesday, 17 July 2007 01:00.

Toronto: A great book for CHUM-FM, earning bragging rights at the top of the ratings heap with a 10.4% share (up from 8.4%) of hours tuned for A12+. Another good book for CHFI-FM, jumping to 9.6% share (up from 9.2%). Good news for 680 News with a 6.3% share (up from 5.4%). CHUM-FM, with Roger, Rick and Marilyn at the helm, continues to lead the way for females 25-54 with an impressive 18.3% share (up from 17.7%).

BBM 2004:s3 - CHUM tops in 12+ in BBM report

Written by David Bray on Thursday, 16 December 2004 00:00.

As the winter winds begin to howl, things are heating up in anticipation of the CRTC decision coming out of the hearings held in early November. Nothing less than the future of radio in Canada is at stake. For now, the race for ratings is as hot as ever as demonstrated by the Fall BBM released yesterday.

BBM 2006:s4 - Radio ad spend up, ratings sizzling hot

Written by David Bray on Tuesday, 05 December 2006 00:00.

National radio sales for the first quarter of 2007 have broken a record for Canadian Broadcast Sales (CBS), the national sales firm representing about 60% of the country's private stations. Sales levels for the quarter measured as the medium's highest-ever total revenue, having risen by 8.2% over the same period last year.

BBM 2007:s1 - Radio ratings race still hot

Written by David Bray on Wednesday, 11 April 2007 01:00.

Toronto: Another solid book for CHFI-FM, which snagged bragging rights with a 9.2% share (up from 9.1%) of hours tuned for Adults 12+. CBC Radio One extended its upward trend with a 7.6% share (up from 7.3%) for A12+. CHUM FM continues to lead the way for females 25-54 with an impressive 17.7% share (up from 15.0%).