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Country Aircheck Weekly (1/14)

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» Book Of Revelation: Here are select Nielsen Audio diary ratings for Fall 2018 (9/13-12/5) for subscribing stations compared with their last books. Ranks (in parentheses) are also among subscribers. Have a story for your station inside the overall numbers? Email us here.
Colorado Springs
  • KATC 8.8 (1) to 7.5 (1), Cumulus
Gainesville-Ocala
  • WOGK 11.5 (1) to 11.8 (1), Ocala
  • WRUF 3.0 (6t) to 4.2 (8), Univ. of Florida
  • WXUS 2.6 (9) to 2.9 (10), JVC
Hot Springs, AR
  • KQUS 10.5 (1t) to 10.2 (1t), US Stations
Madison, WI
  • WMAD 4.7 (4) to 3.2 (8t), iHeartMedia
Mobile, AL
  • WKSJ 8.4 (3) to 6.7 (4), iHeartMedia
Stockton, CA
  • KATM 6.2 (3) to 6.9 (3), Cumulus
Toldeo, OH
  • WKKO 7.7 (1) to 8.9 (1), Cumulus
  • WCKY 0.9 (11t) to 1.1 (11), iHeartMedia
Wichita, KS
  • KFDI 10.5 (1) to 9.6 (1), Summit
  • KZSN 8.6 (2) to 6.5 (2), iHeartMedia
  • KFTI-AM 1.3 (13t) to 2.0 (13), Summit Classic Country

Certain markets do not appear because the Country stations in those metros aren't subscribers; non-subscribing stations in published markets are also excluded. Unless otherwise noted, all figures are Persons 12+, Monday-Sunday, 6am-midnight.

 



 

» Mac Leaving WKHX: Cumulus WKHX/Atlanta morning co-host Ali Mac left the station yesterday (1/15) after three years. Mac joined WKHX for middays in 2016 (CAT 1/26/16) and segued to mornings the following year (CAT 6/22/17). "I learned so much from Kicks 101.5 and had an amazing time working with everyone at Cumulus/Atlanta," Mac tells Country Aircheck. "I can't wait to see what's next." Reach Mac here. WKHX PD Brian Thomas is seeking an immediate replacement. Apply here.

 

 

» Songs In The Keynote Of Life: Ken Burns' Country Music documentary series writer/producer Dayton Duncanwill give the keynote presentation at CRS 2019 Feb. 13 at 4pm (CT). Film director and co-producer Burns will appear via a taped intro piece, and Duncan will offer attendees a first look at clips of the eight-part, 16-hour documentary that is set to premiere on PBS this fall. "Ken Burns' documentary is a monumental celebration of the country music genre," says CMA CEO Sarah Trahern. "CMA is actively engaging our members to participate in this landmark series, and we're delighted to share a sneak peek of the documentary with those attending CRS."