It seems as if it's been only a year since Arbitron lifted its embargo on radio ratings for the Lansing market, but according to the All Access website, the embargo has once again been imposed. This means that, at least for now, the general public or print media will not be privvy to the Lansing Arbitron ratings. This, once again, will create the mystery of who ranks where in the ratings for this market, although most posted and printed ratings are for the 12+ total audience, and not for specific demographic breakdowns.
Mid-Michigan: April 2005 Archives
Former WJIM-AM morning show host Chris Holman has found a new home across town, at WILS-AM 1320. WILS is currently airing promos announcing the debut of Holman's morning program this Monday, April 18th, from 6 to 9 am. Holman's co-host and newsperson will be Kate Corolin, former afternoon news anchor for WJIM. The promos announcing Holman's debut are voiced by another 1240 alumnus, former WJIM-AM PD Jack Robbins, who will also be part of the new program. Holman and Robbins exited WJIM when programming changes were implemented in January. The morning show on WJIM is currently co-hosted by Mark Bashore and Joanne Paul.
Holman's new program marks a move toward local programming for WILS, which airs the "Unforgettable" satellite Nostalgia format from ABC Radio.