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Today, the newest PPM ratings were released for the Chicago radio market for Nielsen Audio's March period, which covered the dates of March 2nd through March 29th.

Click on either link below to see the all ages (Persons 6+) numbers.

StationRatings.com -- Chicago's March 2017 PPM Ratings
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Radio Online -- Chicago's March 2017 PPM Ratings

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    Thursday, April 20 2017, 10:14 AM - #permalink
    What's driving the ratings increase at WSHE? Is the new morning show actually making some headway?
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    Friday, April 21 2017, 07:51 AM - #permalink
    Their morning show is top 5 with women after only a couple of months, so that would be a yes.
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    Saturday, April 22 2017, 08:58 AM - #permalink
    When will WLS be changed from 'NEWS/TALK' to NEWS/SPORTS or SPORTS/TALK ?
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    Monday, April 24 2017, 03:16 PM - #permalink
    WLS-AM ... that's what happens when a station totally alienates an existing base for one that really isn't there.
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    Wednesday, April 26 2017, 07:27 PM - #permalink
    It's interesting how WVAZ V-103 and Newsradio WBBM keep playing a radio ping pong game for the number one position.
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