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TalkStreamLive.mobi is a website that is optimized for Smartphones and Windows Mobile PDAs. We list links that make it easy for you to listen to streaming Talk Radio, News, Sports, Music and Video. This site facilitates mobile audio for people who are on the go and want to stay connected to their favorite streaming radio station or talk show.

The following is a list of the top 10 Smartphones using TalkStreamLive.mobi:

1 Motorola Q
2 HTC Excalibur
3 Palm Treo 700w
4 HTC Trinity
5 Motorola K1M
6 Hewlett-Packard iPAQ 510 Voice Messenger
7 SonyEricsson K750i
8 Research In Motion BlackBerry 7130e
9 Sanyo scp6600
10 HTC Hermes

And, here are the top 10 countries that these Smartphones reside in:

1 United States
2 Canada
3 Poland
4 Germany
5 United Kingdom
6 Ireland
7 Norway
8 India
9 Finland
10 France

Source: TalkStreamLive.mobi

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Without breaking a sweat, Michael Savage squarely lands a surprise full share and a half wallop knocking Glenn Beck to 3rd place. This summer fight has been somewhat entertaining and now it’s officially over.

Michael Savage retains his ranking as the 2nd most listened to Talk Radio host on the Internet.

We are tracking 1,145 streaming Talk Radio shows and programs. 

Also,

Dennis Miller is mixing it up with George Noory for 7th place.  Developing.*

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Program/Share  

  1  Rush Limbaugh   10.7
  2  Michael Savage   7.9  
  3  Glenn Beck  6.6
  4  Sean Hannity  5.1
  5  Laura Ingraham  4.2
  6  MANCOW  3.7
  7  George Noory  3.0
  8  Dennis Miller  3.0
  9  Neal Boortz  2.4
10  Bill O’Reilly  1.9
11  Dr. Laura  1.8
12  Mark Levin  1.4
13  Bill Bennett  1.3
14  The Right Perspective  1.1
15  Jerry Doyle  1.0
16  G. Gordon Liddy  0.9
17  Tammy Bruce  0.8
18  Michael Medved  0.7
19  Dr. Joy Brown  0.7
20  Hugh Hewitt  0.7
21  Dave Ramsey  0.6
22  Art Bell  0.6
23  Bill Handel  0.6
24  Dennis Prager 0.5
25  Randi Rhodes  0.5

Survey Period:  6/1/2007 – 8/31/2007 (June, July & August)
Unique Listeners
Sample Size: 56,016
Methodology
Source: TalkStreamLive.com

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* Borrowed from Matt Drudge. 😉 

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The Streaming Talk Radio Report from TalkStreamLive.com tracks the top 25 Talk Shows that are streaming on the Internet.

The report is published every month and passively tracks listening habits over the previous three month period. Talk Shows are ranked by popularity and an audience share rating is determined.

We only track “unique page views” –only clicks that are generated by the same user during the same session. (For obvious reasons this report discards multiple clicks by users to the same Talk Show).

Top 10 Talk Radio Audiences
The audience projection is produced using US adult 18+ censes figures that are adjusted for radio listenership and share percentages from the TalkStreamLive.com Internet Talk Radio Reports.

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Michael Savage vs. Glenn Beck – Round 2. We are witnessing two titans of Talk Radio battle for 2nd place. This month’s report has the Savage Nation up by 1 tenth of a share.

Dennis Miller makes the long climb up the list and is now in the top 10.

Homer’s Iliad calls him “Zeus or Rush Limbaugh who thunders on high.”

Also,

Who is Lars Larson?
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Program/Share  

  1  Rush Limbaugh   11.9
  2  Michael Savage   7.2
  3  Glenn Beck  7.1
  4  Sean Hannity  6.0
  5  MANCOW  4.4
  6  Laura Ingraham  4.1
  7  George Noory  3.4
  8  Neal Boortz  2.6
  9  Dennis Miller  2.5
10  Dr. Laura  2.2
11  Bill O’Reilly  2.1
12  Mark Levin  1.5
13  Bill Bennett  1.3
14  Jerry Doyle  1.2
15  The Right Perspective  1.1
16  Tammy Bruce  1.0
17  G. Gordon Liddy  0.8
18  Art Bell  0.8
19  Michael Medved  0.8
20  Hugh Hewitt  0.7
21  Matt Drudge  0.7
22  Bill Handel  0.6
23  Lars Larson  0.6
24  Curtis and Kuby  0.6
25  Dave Ramsey  0.6

Unique Listeners
Survey Period:  5/1/2007 – 7/31/2007 (May, June & July)
Sample Size: 46,636
Source: TalkStreamLive.com

 

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Glenn Beck and Michael Savage battle for 2nd place. Statistically too close to call for this report – the difference is less than 1 tenth of a percent share.  

Sean Hannity improves by 5 tenths to stay with the leaders.

Dennis Miller moves to within 1 tenth of Bill O’Reilly.

Rush Limbaugh remains the undisputed King of Talk Radio.

Also,

Diamond in the rough – The Right Perspective – improves its ranking to number 15 on the list of the most listened to Talk Radio Shows on the Internet. Frank of Queens and John from Staten Island host one of the most compelling and original political Talk Radio Shows. Documented: some of the most profound conservative insights expressed on Talk Radio originate here. A must listen.
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Second Quarter 2007

Program/Share  

 1   Rush Limbaugh   11.0
 2   Glenn Beck  6.6
 3   Michael Savage   6.5
 4   Sean Hannity  5.9
 5   MANCOW  4.7
 6   Laura Ingraham  4.2
 7   George Noory  3.4
 8   Neal Boortz  2.7
 9   Dr. Laura  2.4
10  Bill O’Reilly  2.2
11  Dennis Miller  2.1
12  Mark Levin  1.5
13  Bill Bennett  1.2
14  Jerry Doyle  1.0
15  The Right Perspective  1.0
16  Adam Carolla  0.9
17  G. Gordon Liddy  0.9
18  Michael Medved  0.9
19  Tammy Bruce  0.8
20  Hugh Hewitt  0.8
21  Jim Rome  0.7
22  Art Bell  0.7
23  Mike Gallagher  0.7
24  Drudge  0.7
25  Dave Ramsey  0.6

Unique Listeners
Survey Period:  4/1/2007 – 6/30/2007 (April, May & June)
Sample Size: 50,201
Source: TalkStreamLive.com

 

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Smartphone  We have a new feature that enables you to take TalkStreamLive with you where ever you go.

Most mornings I make a cup of coffee and click on a few talk shows while I check my email. My listening patterns are routine. I start with Bill Bennett and Quinn and Rose to find out what’s going on.   After reassurance that most things are in order, I click on Mancow.  By this time it’s time to go to work.

Now, even though I reside in the largest media market in the world, these shows are unavailable to me locally.  I find myself wanting to continue listening and lingering around my notebook when I should be on my way…

An idea is born:

We developed a mobi page called TalkStreamLive.mobi that is optimized to fit on your cell phone or PDA.  Now I can continue listening to my choice of talk radio programming on my way to work –or whenever I’m on the go… and so can you, with a few upgrades.

 Your cell phone or handheld device will need to have Windows mobile software. I bought the Motorola Q Smartphone. In addition to your voice plan, you will need a data plan (about $40). Check with your cell phone provider for capabilities options and costs. Streaming radio does not require too much bandwith, but it does run the phone’s battery. I plug in during my commute and have not had any issues during the rest of the day.

Having easy access to Talk Radio on my cell phone is a joy.  Give it a try. I hope you enjoy it as much as we do!

TalkStreamLive.mobi

TalkStreamLive.com

ContactTSL@gmail.com

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Notes from the top ten: Glenn Beck stakes his claim as the #3 ranked Talk Show on the Internet. His move on Sean Hannity started in last month’s report. It now looks that he is clearly #3 as he continues to widen the gap by 6 tenths of a share.

Obviously the Becksters won’t be be happy till they replace Michael Savage with Glenn Beck as the #2. And you know that the Savages won’t go down without a fight. The #1 Ditto Heads don’t miss a beat.

P.S. Dennis Miller’s feeble knock at the door ignored by O’Reilly. And, how is it that MANCOW can be heard on only a handful of terrestrials while on-line he is ranked with the big boys & Laura?
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Survey Period:  3/1/2007 – 5/30/2007 (March, April & May)

Program/Share  

 1   Rush Limbaugh   11.1
 2   Michael Savage   6.6
 3   Glenn Beck  6.0
 4   Sean Hannity  5.4 
 5   MANCOW  5.1
 6   Laura Ingraham  4.8
 7   George Noory  3.3
 8   Neal Boortz  2.7
 9   Dr. Laura  2.4
10  Bill O’Reilly  2.3
11  Dennis Miller  1.4
12  Mark Levin  1.3
13  Adam Carolla  1.3
14  Bill Bennett  1.1
15  G. Gordon Liddy  1.0
16  Jeff Alan Wolf  0.9
17  Jerry Doyle  0.9
18  Michael Medved  0.9
19  Hugh Hewitt  0.9
20  The Right Perspective  0.8
21  Mike Gallagher  0.8
22  Jim Rome  0.8
23  Don Imus  0.8
24  Dr. Joy Brown  0.7
25  Dave Ramsey  0.7

Sample: 55,250 Unique Listeners
Source: TalkStreamLive.com

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From: Research Brief 

Josh Crandall, managing director of Media-Screen, says “Many broadband consumers go online for entertainment, and to talk about entertainment with other fans. Marketers need to leverage that interest…”

“Currently, the proportion of advertising resources devoted to the Internet (about seven percent according to ZenithOptimedia) is nominal relative to the value it generates… among fans… consumers, on a typical weekday, spend more than 40% of their time consuming media online…”

Of the respondents in the Media-Screen study 25% listen to Internet Radio.

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Bridge Ratings: “Internet radio listeners consume their primary media at almost equal levels with terrestrial radio consumption outweighing Internet radio by a few minutes per week.”

Many Internet Radio stations and shows start out with the desire to get noticed in the hope of a Broadcasting career. Some are starting to notice that the they have stopped moving toward the mountain — the mountain is moving to them.

TalkStreamLive.com

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According to Bridge Ratings, a company that tracks audience on radio and new media, Internet radio and streaming terrestrial radio are growing significantly.

In a recent study they project that by the end of 2008 monthly Internet radio listening will reach 38%, and streaming terrestrial radio will reach 32% of the US population.

TalkStreamLive.com

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