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New York Times: SiriusXM Agrees to Pay Up to $99 Million to Settle
Turtles-Backed Copyright Suit

Posted: 29 Nov 2016 01:28 PM PST
http://www.nytimes.com/2016/11/29/ar...?smid=tw-share





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Nielsen Continues To Deal With PPM Connectivity Fallout

Posted: 29 Nov 2016 01:26 PM PST
https://radioinsight.com/blog/headli...ivity-fallout/



After announcing earlier this month that up to 8% of installed PPM devices
became inactive during the move to a new audio collection site, Nielsen has
postponed releasing all of the December Week One data to stations due this
week until Monday, December 5 in order to conduct a thorough
market-by-market review to ensure that the audience estimates meet our
quality standards.

Nielsen will hold a webinar with client stations on Friday, December 2 at
2pm to share the results of their analysis.

Original Report 11/10: Nielsen has announced that up to 8% of PPM devices
across all 48 markets lost connectivity to their servers and became
inactive during measurement for week one of the December survey.

49% of replacement meters have been activated with the rest expected to do
so in the coming days. Nielsen intends to use additional weighting to
adjust for demographic and geographic imbalances.

As the result of a move to a new audio data collection site last weekend,
we discovered that 8% of the installed PPMs across the aggregate of 48 PPM
markets lost connectivity and became inactive. This connectivity issue
began in week one (11/3-11/9) of the December PPM monthly survey.

Our Panel Relations Specialists have already been in contact with these
homes and all affected panelists have now been sent new PPMs. As of today,
49% of the replacement meters are back online. We expect the balance to
come online in the next several days.

We forecast the percentage of installed and fully operational meters
eligible for in tab will be 97% for the month of December and 92% for week
one of December across the aggregate of markets. Weighting will adjust for
demographic and geographic imbalances.

Therefore, buyers and sellers will be able to transact business with
confidence. Please note that lower in-tab doesn’t equate to lower ratings.
However, temporarily higher weights may contribute to more variation during
the period of time it takes for these panelist to be back in-tab and fully
accounted for.

Nielsen is conducting an analysis to evaluate panel representation and
impact to audience estimates. We will share the results of this analysis
with you during the week of November 21st prior to the delivery of the
Weeklies data for week one of December.

Nielsen is committed to meeting high quality standards and we are taking
steps to assure that these type of issues do not recur.



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Rhythmic CHR Wild 104.5 Debuts In Billings

Posted: 29 Nov 2016 06:00 AM PST
https://radioinsight.com/blog/headli...s-in-billings/



Eversole Media Group has expanded its network of Wild Rhythmic CHRs to a
third market in Montana.

Wild 104.5 is airing on Sun Mountain, Inc.s 1450 KYLW Lockwood and
Edgewater Broadcastings 104.5 K283CP Billings. KYLW joins Eversoles Wild
104.1 K281CH/KMSO-HD4 Missoula and Wild 97.9 1340 KYWL Evergreen/97.9
K258BW Shelby/Kalispell. Those two stations rebranded from Heat in August.

While being the first Rhythmic CHR in the market, Wild 104.5 competes
against a trio of Mainstream CHRs: Townsquare Medias 97.1 Kiss-FM KKBR,
Benedetti Media Groups Hot 101.9 KRSQ, and Connoisseur Medias Planet 106.7
KPLN.



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Aruba Capital Holdings & Port Broadcasting Finally Merge

Posted: 29 Nov 2016 05:06 AM PST
https://radioinsight.com/blog/headli...finally-merge/



More than a year after announcing a three-way merger with Garrison City
Broadcasting that never was completed, Aruba Capital Holdings and Port
Broadcasting are finally merging their holdings in Coastal New England.

Andrew Hartmann will contribute his Aruba Capital Holdings Classic Rock
92.1 1540 WXEX/97.1 W246BP Exeter NH and 92.1 WXEX-FM Sanford ME into Port
Broadcasting for a 29.1% stake in the company that will be combined with
his post-merger 26.9% personal stake. Carl Strube and Pete Falconi will
each hold 22% of the newly combined company.

Port Broadcasting currently owns Adult Standards 1450 WNBP/106.1 W291CC
Newburyport MA and 1220 The Legends WWSF/W272CG Sanford ME.

Rather than merge with Aruba Port, Garrison City Broadcasting sold AC 98.7
The Bay WBYY Somersworth and News/Talk 1270 WTSN Dover NH to Binnie Media
in April for $2.1 million.




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