Triton Digital Releases February Online Audio Rankings
April 3, 2013

Triton Digital has released its monthly Internet audio rankings for February 2013, with Pandora on the cusp of reaching two million AAS (Average Active Sessions) for Monday - Friday (6a-8p) in the Domestic Rankings. Pandora had 1,918,000 AAS in February, with over 876 million Session Starts, down from January when it had over 900 million. Clear Channel was ranked #2 once again, with 301,068 AAS and 122.7 million Session Starts. Cumulus moved to third place, passing CBS Radio, which was ranked fourth. Slacker, Cox Radio, EMF Corporate, NPR Member Stations, ESPN Radio and Entercom filled out the top ten.

Looking at February's All Streams Ranker (M-F, 6a-8p), Clear Channel was on top with 303,403 AAS, followed by Digitally Imported at #2 and Prisa Radio at #3. CBS Radio, Cumulus, Slacker, EMF Corporate, Cox, NPR and ESPN round out the top ten.

For the full week Domestic Ranker (6a-mid), Pandora was still #1, with 1,657,727 AAS, followed by Clear Channel again, then Slacker in third place. Cumulus, CBS Radio, NPR, Cox, EMF Corporate, ESPN and Entercom fill out the top ten for this category. And for the All Streams Ranker's full week stats (6a-mid), Clear Channel was still #1, followed by Digitally Imported, Prisa Radio, Slacker, CBS Radio, Cumulus, NPR, EMF Corporate, Cox and 977Music.com.

Triton Digital also released additional data and analysis this month, looking at AAS during the primetime daypart of Monday through Friday 6:00am to 8:00pm, Triton found a modest six percent growth from January to February. Triton adds that AAS has increased 34 percent from February 2012 to February 2013. Comparing the mobile versus desktop segments over that time period, there has been AAS growth of 43 percent in mobile listening, while desktop listening only saw an increase of five percent.

With the growth in mobile listening comes an overall decrease in Average Time Spent Listening (ATSL), going from a 46 minute average in February 2012 to a 39 minute average in February 2013. Meanwhile, in February 2012, mobile ATSL was 33 minutes while desktop ATSL was 1:01 hours. In February 2013, mobile ATSL dropped to 31 minutes, while desktop ATSL rose to 1:05 hours.

Triton says that this data indicates that engagement at the desktop is roughly double that of mobile devices, but the growth in listening is being driven by shorter listening sessions on mobile devices.




 
Breaking News
Pat Cerullo Named PD of KTFM & JACK-FM/San Antonio
Nielsen Report: Country Music’s Cross-Over Popularity
Triton Digital Announces Compliance With IAB Specification For Digital Audio Ads
In Brief - October 31, 2014
October 30, 2014
Journal Communications Reports Third Quarter 2014 Results
Irving Azoff Leading New Music Rights Venture
Crush Music Announces Two New Hires
In Brief - October 30, 2014
October 29, 2014
Def Jam Recordings Promotes Scott Maness To VP/Rhythm Crossover Promotion
Melissa Etheridge, Ingrid Michaelson To Perform At National Radio Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony
In Brief - October 29, 2014
October 28, 2014
iHeartMedia, Inc. Reports Results For 2014 Third Quarter
SiriusXM Reports Third Quarter 2014 Results
Talus Knight Named PD/Afternoon Host At KKND
iHeartMedia San Francisco Names John Leathers Vice President Of Sales
Radio Advertising Bureau Board of Directors Elects New Officers & Directors
Pandora Hires Chris Phillips As Chief Product Officer
CBS Radio's We Can Survive Achieves High Marks On Social Media
iHeartRadio Survey: Listeners Predict We’ll See A Lot Of Lady Gaga Impersonators
In Brief - October 28, 2014
October 27, 2014
Lulu & Lala Spice Up Afternoons On WFLC-FM
Universal Music Group Names Michael Frey, President, Supply Chain & Media Services
Benztown Releases First-Ever Benztown 50 Voice Power Index
Noise Fusion Unleashes Next Generation Sounds Online
In Brief - October 27, 2014
October 25, 2014
Music News
Pitbull & Enrique Iglesias Continue The Party
Quick Hits: Iggy Azalea, Foo Fighters, Robin Thicke, Metallica, Public Enemy
Quick Hits: K. Michelle, Billboard Touring Awards, George Ezra, Phish
Slipknot Land Second #1 Album With .5: The Gray Chapter
Quick Hits: Metallica, Coldplay, Pitbull, Nile Rodgers
Taylor Swift Sings From The Rooftops
Quick Hits: Nicki Minaj, David Guetta, Calvin Harris, Soundgarden, R.E.M., The Who's Teenage Cancer Trust
Fergie, Lorde Join AMA Performers
Eric Clapton Offers Tribute to Jack Bruce
New Imagine Dragons Song Featured In Sprite LeBron James Commercial
Quick Hits: Imagine Dragons, Taylor Swift, Rock In Rio USA, Band of Merrymakers, Prince, Beady Eye
Taylor Swift Talks Pop Genre, 1989 & More
The Week In Review: 10/20-10/24
Quick Hits: The Grammys, Sam Smith, Foo Fighters, The Grateful Dead
Taylor Swift Reveals Songs of 1989
FMQB NOW

Christopher K
APD/MD, KDND & KUDL
Sacramento

Advertisement:
Search FMQB.com
Advertisements:
FMQB Member Login
Email:
Pass:

Save
Not a member yet?
Sign up Now!
Sign Up for Breaking News!
Enter FMQB E-Tracking!