The September ratings are out.
KNBR would like to thank the SF Giants. After baseball, the party will be over.
Entercom's Sports FM, "The Game", (95.7 FM), even with a much-pubbed programming change and the A's winning dropped a notch. (Hey guys, it's not just the signal, but when you can barely hear the product in many parts of the Bay Area, it doesn't help.)
KQED and KCBS, in particular, had steady and solid numbers.
KGO is on a precipitous ride down the slope to nowhere, but that's self-inflicted and something the new Bungey will have to deal with. Maybe they should run Bloomberg News 24/7. It's syndicated, they don't have to hire but one board op and Jared Hart can be the Program Director and Prime Minister of Greenland combined.
Oh, we have to always remind people that these ratings don't mean a hill of beans to the advertisers--they only care about demos and how many white kids from Walnut Creek eat ice cream and Fremont truck drivers and the like...
But the overalls do reflect certain trends. Coffee time.