Country 105 is back on top in Calgary. After suffering a number of poor books, they are finally back where the often have been in years gone by. They added 1.7 shares and saw their rank move up from third. The CBC dropped to second and they softened .6 of a share. News/Talker, AM 770, had a soft summer, which is not unusual for the station. They moved down to third. Calgary’s Greatest Hits, XL103 FM, had a good showing. They were up over a share and raised their market position two notches to fourth. Virgin is the leading CHR in Calgary. They had a solid 7.7 and remained fifth. Lite 95.9 switched places with XL and dropped down to sixth, although they only showed a .4 share decline. On the rock side, Q 107 showed strength. It went from a 4.8 to 6.2 and leapt from tenth to seventh. Following close behind were their competitors, Astral’s CJAY, which had a flat book and remained in eighth.
|All people 2+ Monday – Sunday 2am – 2am||Calgary|
|Survey period 28 May – 26 August 2012||Share %||Cume||Daily Cume|
|Station||Market||May- Aug 2012||Feb – May 2012||Nov-Feb 2012||Aug-Nov||June- Aug||May-June||Jan-Apr||Dec – March||(000)||(000)|
|CBR FM||Calgary CTRL||1.8||1.7||2.2||2.1||2.1||2.1||2.2||2.2||277.1||30.0|
|Share – Within a central market area, the estimated total hours tuned to that station expressed as a percentage of total hours tuned to Total Encoded Radio.|
|Cume (000) – Expressed in thousands, this is the total number of people who were exposed to the stations for at least one minute during the analyzed period.|
|Average Daily Universe – The average daily universe for the analyzed period. The universe is expressed as daily averages because it changes slightly daily as the in tab changes.|