Well-known names and some surprises make up the Top 19
DALLAS – July 7, 2009 – RadioTime, Inc., a developer of technology for finding and listening to radio online, today released the first RadioTime.com Top 19 Programs, a list of the most listened-to programs on RadioTime.com for the month of June 2009. The list, which RadioTime will update monthly, features some well-known programs and demonstrates how RadioTime enables users to discover lesser-known shows airing around the world.
The five most popular programs are: “Rush Limbaugh,” “Steve Harvey,” “The Savage Nation,” “Glenn Beck” and “Laura Ingraham.” Three sports programs make the list, including two shows airing on The Ticket 1310 AM/104.1 FM in Dallas, Tex., “The Musers” and “The Hardline.”
“Listeners use RadioTime to find their favorite station format and engaging personalities,” says Dan Halyburton, President, RadioTime, Inc. “The Ticket 1310 AM and 104.1 FM in Dallas is a web favorite, demonstrating Internet radio’s ability to help a local station compete on a worldwide stage.”
RadioTime.com’s international presence is evident, with BBC Radio 1’s “The Chris Moyles Show” and BBC Radio 4’s “Today” placing eleventh and fourteenth respectively. NPR’s top program is “Morning Edition,” which ranks seventh overall.
“Our objectives for our new RadioTime.com Top 19 Programs list is to show which programs are the favorites among our users right now and to help them discover new favorites, so we expect to see additional shows and on-air personalities make future lists even if they are not syndicated programs,” adds Halyburton.
RadioTime.com’s Top 19 Programs
- The Rush Limbaugh Show
- The Steve Harvey Morning Show
- The Savage Nation
- The Glenn Beck Program
- Laura Ingraham Show
- The Sean Hannity Show
- NPR’s Morning Edition
- Coast to Coast AM
- Dr. Laura Schlessinger Show
- The Musers
- The Chris Moyles Show- BBC Radio 1
- Mark Levin Show
- The Hardline
- BBC 4 Today
- The Dave Ramsey Show
- The Dennis Miller Show
- The Jim Rome Show
- Tom Joyner Morning Show
- The Michael Baisden Show
About RadioTime RadioTime provides an easy means of finding local, national, or global radio programming airing on stations in 140 countries and broadcasting in 55 different languages. Listeners can use RadioTime to automatically detect what is airing on their local stations, browse by affiliates, and search for specific programs or on-air personalities, not just station call letters or genre. The RadioTime service also powers a wide range of consumer electronic devices and software applications.
RadioTime, founded in 2002, is based in Dallas, Texas. More information is available at www.radiotime.com.