Ayear after format changes, how 5 radio stations are faring

Hatfield, David
January 2013
Inside Tucson Business;1/25/2013, Vol. 22 Issue 34, p14
The article focuses on the Arbitron ratings which shows the performance of five radio stations in Tucson, Arizona after a format change in October and November 2011. It states that Groove KTGV 106.3-FM was the most successful station, seconded by i97-5 KSZR 97.5-FM. It mentions that La Preciosa KTZR 1450-AM and KNST 97.1-FM/790-AM and FM had an increase in audience while My 92.9 KMIY 92.9-FM lost a significant number of listeners.


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