Hubbard's all-news WTOP in Washington, D.C. was the top-billing radio station in 2013, according to BIA/Kelsey. Excluding digital revenue, WTOP took in $63.5 million in 2013, $1.1 million less than 2012, but still enough to beat out the second-highest biller, Clear Channel's KIIS-FM in Los Angeles ($61.6 million). KIIS-FM had a very nice 2013, adding $4.8 million in billing over 2012.
For the third year in a row WTOP is the number one billing radio station in America. BIA/Kelsey reports that WTOP took in 64.6 million in 2012, up from $64 million in 2011. Clear Channel's CHR KIIS-FM in Los Angeles was number two at $56.8 million. Coming in third was WHTZ-FM in New York with $48.2 million, also a Clear Channel station.
Hubbard Radio News WTOP-FM/Washington, D.C. came in at #1 with $64 million. At #2 was Clear Channel CHR KIIS/Los Angeles, with $57 million, followed by Clear Channel's News/Talk KFI-AM/Los Angeles with $48,100. CBS' News WBBM-AM/Chicago was ranked fourth with $48 million, while WCBS-AM/New York made $47.5 million finished 5th
Hubbard's WTOP-FM, the all news station in Washington, D.C., was the highest billing station in 2010. BIA/Kelsey estimates the station billed more than $57 million. KIIS (FM), a CHR station in Los Angeles, was second with $54 million. No other station billed more than $50 million in 2010. WCBS-AM in New York was third with $49 million, KFI in L.A. was 4th with $46 million and WLTW in New York was 5th at $44,300.
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