September Streaming Stays Steady, Says Triton Digital
November 4, 2013
Triton Digital has released its monthly Internet audio rankings for September 2013, with digital listenership essentially steady, compared to the previous month. Pandora was at #1 of course for AAS (Average Active Sessions) for Monday - Friday 6a-8p) in the Domestic Rankings, reaching just under 1.798 million in September, up from 1.765 million in August. Session starts for Pandora were down slightly, from 911.95 million in August to 905.88 million.
Clear Channel was ranked second for the month with its AAS number down from 330,316 in August to 313,281. Cumulus stayed in third place, followed by CBS Radio, Slacker,NPR Member Stations, EMF Corporate, ESPN, Cox Radio and Entercom.
Looking at September's All Streams Ranker (M-F, 6a-8p), Clear Channel was at #1 again, but its AAS fell from 332,760 in August to 315,666. Prisa Radio remained in second, with Cumulus taking third place. Slacker, CBS, NPR, EMF Corporate, Karnaval.com, ESPN and Cox fill out the top ten.
For the full week Domestic Ranker (6a-mid), Pandora was #1, as its AAS increased once more, reaching 1.553 million in September. Clear Channel remained in second place, with Slacker in third, followed by Cumulus, CBS, NPR, EMF Corporate, ESPN, Cox and idobi Radio.
As for September's All Streams Ranker full week stats (6a-mid), Clear Channel easily remained at #1, followed by Prisa Radio, then Slacker, Cumulus, CBS, NPR, EMF Corporate, Karnaval.com, idobi Radio and ESPN.