WWSW (94.5) has again reached the top spot in the truncated Pittsburgh ratings for June. That makes the fourth consecutive month for the iHeart owned station, but the number has dropped gradually since April. It sits just above sister station WDVE (102.5). WKST (96.1) is in third this month and the third iHeart station in a row. Steel City’s WRRK (96.9) drops to fourth, but with a slightly elevated share almost tying with WKST.
The Pirates good season has been good to CBS’ KDKA-FM (93.7) just above its AM counterpart at 1020.
The country race is being won by CBS’ long-time country outlet WDSY (107.9) which has been its share of competitors for decades. Its closest competitor is iHeart’s WPGB (104.7) which appears to be closing the gap in the race. Of course that doesn’t include the Froggy stations at 104.3, 103.5, 94.9 and translator 105.5 who does not get a report from Nielsen.
Speaking of stations who aren’t reported, it’s our guess that Renda’s WSHH (99.7) is close to the top of the ratings in Pittsburgh if twin sister WEJZ in Jacksonville is any indication. Renda’s two stations in the market receive Neilsen reports and WEJZ has topped those ratings for the last several months. The comparison may not be perfect as Pittsburgh is market #26 while Jacksonville is #50.