Pandora, Clear Channel Remain #1 And #2 In November Triton Digital Rankings
January 2, 2013
Triton has released its November Internet audio rankings, with further stability in its listenership metrics compared to the previous month. Pandora remained at #1 once again, according to the Domestic work week ranker (M-F, 6a-8p), which showed that its Average Active Streams (AAS) were up to 1,608,615 from 1,561,575 in October. Session Starts were down slightly to 774.5 million from 779 million in October.
As usual, Clear Channel remained at #2, though with a decrease in AAS to 274,235 from 281,782 in October. Cumulus was ranked third, followed by CBS Radio and Slacker. The top ten is filled out by Cox Radio, EMF Corporate, NPR Member Stations, Entercom and ESPN Radio.
Looking at the All Streams Ranker for the full week, Clear Channel was #1 once more, though AAS was down slightly in November to 276,354, but Session Starts jump to over 170.2 million. Digitally Imported was ranked at #2, with Cumulus at #3, Prisa Radio at #4 and CBS Radio ranked #5. The rest of the top ten was made up of Slacker, EMF Corporate, 977Music.com, Cox and NPR.
For the full week (6a-mid) Domestic Ranker, Pandora was #1 with AAS up to over 1.4 million. Clear Channel remained at #2, then Cumulus, Slacker, CBS Radio, Cox, NPR, EMF Corporate, Entercom and ESPN rounding out the top ten.
The All Streams Ranker for November for the full week (6a-mid) finds Clear Channel at #1 once again, followed by Digitally Imported at #2, Cumulus at #3, and then Prisa Radio, Slacker, CBS Radio, 977Music.com, EMF, NPR and Cox.