The July PPM’s covering June 23rd to July 20th are in with no major surprises. WLTW (106.7 FM) continues to hold the lead 6+, but down slightly to a 6.0. WKTU (103.5 FM) moves up to the number two slot holding steady with a 5.1. WCBS FM (101.1) slips slightly to the number three spot going from a 5.4 to a 4.9. WHTZ (100.3 FM) is also down slightly in the number four hole moving from a 5.0 to a 4.8. WAXQ (104.3 FM) holds onto the number five position with a 4.1. In sixth place is WSKQ (97.9 FM) with a 4.0, down from a 4.7. Seventh place goes to news WCBS (880 AM) with a 3.9. WBLS holds onto the number eight position with a 3.6. At number nine is WXNY (96.3 FM) with a 3.5. Tied for the 10th spot are WWPR (105.1 FM) and WWFS (102.7 FM) with a 3.4. WQHT (97.1 FM) takes number 12 with a 3.3. News WINS (1010 AM) takes number 13 with a 3.2. In 14th place is WXRK (92.3 FM) with a 3.1. 15th place goes to talker WABC (770 AM) with a 3.0. WRKS (98.7 FM) takes the number 16 spot with a 2.9. 17th place goes to WPLJ (95.5 FM) and WFAN (660 AM) with a 2.8. WRXP (101.9 FM) takes the 19th position with a 2.5. WPAT FM (93.1) takes numbe 20 with a 2.0.

Taking over the number one spot in the 25 to 54 demo is WKTU, moving from a 6.4 to a 6.7. WLTW takes number two with a 6.0, down from 6.5. WAXQ takes number three with a 5.1. In fourth place is WHTZ with a 5.0. Number five goes to WQHT with a 4.1. A three-way tie for sixth goes to WWFS, WSKQ and WBLS with a 3.9. Another three-way tie for the number nine spot goes to WXNY, WWPR and WCBS FM with a 3.8.

In the 18 to 34 category, WQHT takes number one with a 7.6, although down from 8.0. WHTZ slips to number two going from an 8.1 to a 7.3. WWPR comes in number three with a 6.4. Number four is WKTU with a 6.0. Fifth place goes to WLTW with a 5.4. In seventh place is WSKQ with a 5.0. Eighth place goes to WXNY with a 4.6. WWFS takes the number nine position with a 4.4 and WCBS FM comes in 10th with a 3.7.

The morning drive time demos show WCBS holding onto number one, up slightly to a 5.6. Moving up to second place is WBLS with a 4.7, up from 4.2. Slipping to third place is WINS going from a 4.9 to a 4.4. WLTW takes the number four slot with a 4.3. In the number five position is WHTZ and WCBS FM with a 4.2. Number seven goes to WKTU with a 4.0. WOR comes in number eight with a 3.8. In the ninth spot is WABC with a 3.6 and WAXQ takes number 10 with a 3.5.

WLTW takes the top spot in afternoon drive with a 6.4, down from 6.8. WKTU takes number two with a 5.7. WHTZ takes number three with a 5.1. In the number four slot is WCBS FM with a 5.0. Number five goes to WAXQ with a 4.1. At number six is WWPR with a 3.9. A three-way tie for the seventh position sees WWFS, WSKQ and WQHT all pulling a 3.8. And tied for number 10 is WXRK and WBLS with a 3.6.

Just for the record, WCBS and the Yankees come in tied for third in the 7 to midnight time slot with a 5.1, up from 4.2.