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The 50 most influential and most listened-to streaming talk show hosts.

Rank / Show

1 Michael Savage
2 Rush Limbaugh
3 Laura Ingraham
4 Mark Levin
5 Glenn Beck
6 Sean Hannity
7 Tammy Bruce
8 George Noory
9 Alex Jones
10 Dennis Miller
11 Bill Bennett
12 John Batchelor
13 Michael Medved
14 Red Eye Radio
15 Clyde Lewis
16 Dennis Prager
17 Jeff Kuhner
18 Hugh Hewitt
19 The Dana Show
20 IMUS
21 Herman Cain
22 Larry Kudlow
23 Jerry Doyle
24 Sam Sorbo
25 The Power Hour
26 Mike Gallagher
27 Jesse Lee Peterson
28 Dave Ramsey
29 Howie Carr
30 Bill Cunningham
31 Free Talk Live
32 Kim Komando
33 Chris Plante
34 Lars Larson
35 Roger Hedgecock
36 Robert Scott Bell
37 Brian Kilmeade
38 Jimmy Church
39 MANCOW
40 Clark Howard
41 Bob Brinker
42 America’s Morning News
43 Jim Bohannon
44 Steve Deace
45 Bob & Tom
46 Aaron Klein
47 Phil Valentine
48 Bill Handel
49 Joe Pags
50 Dan Cofall

Survey Period: (01/01/2014 – 12/31/2014)
Sample Size: More than 4.5 Million Sessions
Source: TalkStreamLive.com

TSL sampled over 4.5 million listeners during 2014 to produce the Power 50 Report – The 50 most influential and most listened to streaming talk show hosts. The Power 50 includes the big personalities talk show fans would expect as well as some new media rising stars. Congratulations to the members of The TSL Power 50!

This report tracks talk radio show metrics gathered on the internet and collected through our cloud based server via TalkStreamLive.com‘s Website, Gadgets, iPhone app, Android app and “click-to-listen” links on Social Networks. We only rank the talk show hosts that are listed at TalkStreamLive.com.

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You may request for us to list your talk show on TSL by sending an email to:info@talkstreamlive.com
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Third Quarter 2014

Rank / Share

1 Michael Savage 25.2
2 Rush Limbaugh 11.8
3 Laura Ingraham 6.4
4 Mark Levin 5.3
5 Glenn Beck 3.8
6 Sean Hannity 3.7
7 Tammy Bruce 3.2
8 George Noory 1.9
9 Alex Jones 1.8
10 Dennis Miller 1.6
11 Bill Bennett 1.4
12 John Batchelor 1.4
13 Michael Medved 1.1
14 Red Eye Radio 1.0
15 Clyde Lewis 1.0
16 Jeff Kuhner 0.9
17 Dennis Prager 0.9
18 The Dana Show 0.9
19 Hugh Hewitt 0.8
20 The Power Hour 0.8
20 Sam Sorbo 0.8 (tie)
21 IMUS 0.6
22 Jerry Doyle 0.5
23 Mike Gallagher 0.5
24 Larry Kudlow 0.5
25 Dave Ramsey 0.5

Survey Period: ( 07/01/2014 – 09/30/2014 )

Sample Size: 1.3 Million listener sessions

Source: TalkStreamLive.com

Editor’s Note: Michael Savage the #1 top talker again shatters all streaming talk radio ratings and records held and compiled by Talk Stream Live. Savage has achieved an unprecedented 25 share, the highest we ever recorded. He has significantly increased his lead over all other talk contenders. Talk Stream Live tracks streaming listenership online and on mobile devices for over 2,000 talk shows and used a sample size of 1.3 million listening sessions for this report.

The TSL Top 25 Report tracks talk radio show metrics gathered on the internet and collected through our cloud based server via Talk Stream Live’s Website, Gadgets, iPhone app, Android app and our “click-to-listen” links on Social Networks. This report only ranks the talk shows that are listed at TalkStreamLive.com. You may request for us to list your talk show on TSL by sending us an email to: info@talkstreamlive.com

 

Apps:

Android

iPhone

iPad

Twitter: http://twitter.com/TalkStreamLive

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/TalkStreamLive

Website: http://www.talkstreamlive.com

 

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Third Quarter 2012

Rank / Share

1  Michael Savage  10.9
2  Rush Limbaugh  9.6
3  Laura Ingraham  7.6
4  Glenn Beck  6.3
5  Tammy Bruce  5.0
6  Mark Levin  3.8
7  Sean Hannity  3.5
8  George Noory  2.8
9  Dennis Miller  2.3
10 Bill Bennett  2.1
11 Michael Medved  1.8
12 Neal Boortz   1.5
13 Dennis Prager  1.2
14 Hugh Hewitt  1.2
15 John Batchelor  1.1
16 Red Eye Radio  1.0
17 Alex Jones  0.9
18 Monica Crowley  0.9
19 The Dana Show  0.8
20 Jerry Doyle  0.8
21 Phil Hendrie  0.6
22 John Gibson  0.6
23 IMUS  0.6
24 Mike Gallagher  0.5
25 Larry Kudlow  0.5

Notes:
The Savage Nation has become the #1 talk show on the internet for the 3rd quarter 2012. We have watched Michael consistently grow his audience over the last several quarters. All of his numbers are way up especially via Mobile and Social Radio. Congratulations to Michael Savage and the Savage Nation.

Survey Period: ( 07/01/2012 – 9/27/2012 )

Sample Size: 729,908 unique sessons

Source: TalkStreamLive.com

All metrics collected to produce this top 25 report are via Internet Streaming through our new cloud based server via TalkStreamLive.com‘s Website, Gadgets, iPhone app and “click-to-listen” links via Social Networks.  The report includes the big personalities talk show fans would expect as well as some new media rising stars.

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Second Quarter 2012

Rank / Share

1  Rush Limbaugh  13.7
2  Michael Savage  11.0
3  Laura Ingraham  7.4
4  Glenn Beck  7.4
5  Tammy Bruce  5.6
6  Mark Levin  4.5
7  Sean Hannity  4.2
8  Neal Boortz   2.6
9  Bill Bennett  2.0
10 Dennis Miller  1.8
11 John Batchelor  1.5
12 Hugh Hewitt  1.2
13 Quinn and Rose  1.1
14 Monica Crowley  1.0
15 Red Eye Radio  0.9
16 Rusty Humphries  0.9
17 Dennis Prager  0.8
18 George Noory  0.8
19 IMUS  0.7
20 Michael Medved  0.7
21 Alex Jones  0.7
22 Mike Gallagher  0.6
23 Larry Kudlow  0.6
24 John Gibson  0.6
25 The Dana Show  0.6

Notes:
Michael Savage “built this.” “The Savage Nation” is the second most listened to talk show in the world. Savage made massive gains in second quarter and is now closing in on #1 Rush Limbaugh while replacing Laura Ingraham, now #3.  Glen Beck, Tammy Bruce, Mark Levin, Sean Hannity, Neal Boortz, Bill Bennett and Dennis Miller round out the top ten talk shows streaming on the internet.

Survey Period: ( 04/01/2012 – 6/30/2012 )

Sample Size: 541,573

Source: TalkStreamLive.com

All data collected to produce this report came from our server via the TalkStreamLive.com website, Show Stopper, The List, Impulse gadgets and mobile iPhone app. The report includes the big personalities talk show fans would expect as well as some new media rising stars. The conclusions are our own and not guaranteed to be accurate.

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Contact email: contacttsl@gmail.com

Check out our FREE iPhone App: http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/talk-stream/id402203488?mt=8Follow TalkStreamLive on Twitter: 

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The Power 50: http://talkstreamlive.wordpress.com/2012/07/10/the-power-50-4/

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First Quarter 2012

Rank / Share

1  Rush Limbaugh  12.9
2  Laura Ingraham  8.1
3  Michael Savage  7.9
4  Glenn Beck  7.1
5  Tammy Bruce  5.3
6  Mark Levin  4.7
7  Sean Hannity  4.5
8  Bill Bennett  2.5
9  Neal Boortz   2.3
10  Michael Medved  1.8
11  Dennis Miller  1.5
12  Alex Jones  1.4
13  John Batchelor  1.4
14  George Noory  1.3
15  Hugh Hewitt  1.3
16  Jerry Doyle  1.1
17  Phil Hendrie  1.1
18  Dennis Prager  1.0
19  Mike Gallagher  0.9
20  Monica Crowley  0.8
21  Rusty Humphries  0.8
22  Quinn and Rose  0.8
23  IMUS  0.8
24  The Dana Show 0.8
25  Red Eye Radio  0.7

Notes:
Beyond the reach of the boycotts #1 Rush Limbaugh continues to rule supreme on the internet and on the mobile internet. Now anointed as the “Queen of Mobile,” #2 Laura Ingraham’s impressive mobile performance account for her slightly edging out Michael Savage. Savage continues to grow his online audience and seems unstoppable as he leaves the rest of the talk radio field in his wake. The Dana Show emerges for the first time gracing the top 25 list and Rusty Humphries reemerges. Sample size for this report has enormously expanded. This reflects other current studies, reveling a massive shift upwards in listening to streaming radio on mobile devices.

Survey Period: ( 01/01/2012 – 3/31/2012 )

Sample Size: 534,876  Uniques

Source: TalkStreamLive.com

This report includes website and mobile listening metrics. It is exclusively produced from our server data.  The conclusions are our own and not guaranteed to be accurate.

Check out our FREE iPhone App: http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/talk-stream/id402203488?mt=8Follow TalkStreamLive on Twitter: 

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Use the SocNets

TRip News – Tips and tools for talk show hosts to build their internet radio community!

Use the SocNets to alert your followers and your followers’ followers.

Time spent online and time spent listening to talk radio is complementary. It is an activity that you can encourage by sharing information with your social networks. On your host’s page at Talk Stream Live you will find some social networking features that enable you to share your live show information. Near the top of the page you will see the Twitter logo. Clicking on this button will open up your Twitter home page and auto generate the following text that you can edit and send to your followers:
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Your Talk Show @yourTalkShow is streaming LIVE right now! http://www.talkstreamlive.com/ please retweet

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On left hand side you will see a Communicate feature powered by Echo. You and your guests can sign-in through Twitter, Facebook and other SocNets to post messages, pics and YouTube links. Your messages posted here will also be posted “echoed” to your followers.

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Springfield, NJ (PRWEB) April 8, 2010 — Talk Stream Live™ The Dynamic Directory of the most popular and emerging talk radio shows streaming on the internet is now available on iPhone, iPod Touch and the iPad through their new app “Mobile Talk Radio.”

The app lists and ranks talk shows by popularity. As one show ends a new show begins and takes its place on the list. This app enables users to take talk radio with them wherever they go.

You can read about here: http://www.prweb.com/releases/2010/04/prweb3842204.htm

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