Among the coveted and targeted demographic of men 25-54, The Ticket has roughly twice as many listeners as ESPN Radio during a given week. Jump for the juicy details.
Le breakdown, with overall Dallas-Fort Worth market rank, show and rating:
6 a.m.-10 a.m. 2. The Ticket (Dunham & Miller) – 9.1 7. ESPN Radio (Mike & Mike/Colin Cowherd) – 3.7
10 a.m.-Noon 2. The Ticket (Norm Hitzges) – 6.4 8. ESPN Radio (Cowherd/ Michael Irvin Show) – 3.8
Noon-3 p.m. 1. The Ticket (BaD Radio) – 7.1 8. ESPN Radio (Irvin/Galloway and Co.) – 3.5
3 p.m.-7 p.m. 1. The Ticket (The Hardline) – 7.2 6. ESPN Radio (Galloway/Hour of Hansen) – 4.6 -- Richie Whitt
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