Arbitron Ratings Data for Subscribing Radio Stations
See how subscribing radio stations in your market are performing. Select a market to see AQH Share estimates for Persons 6+ or 12+, Monday-Sunday 6AM-Midnight.
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Definition of Arbitron Terms
The percentage of those listening to radio in the Metro who are listening to a particular radio station.
Average Quarter-Hour Persons (AQH Persons)
The average number of persons listening to a particular station for at least five minutes during a 15-minute period.
[AQH Persons to a Station / AQH Persons to All Stations] x 100 = Share (%)
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