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The 50 most powerful Talk Radio shows on the Internet.  These are the opinion makers — the most influential voices on the political landscape. Ranked by www.TalkStreamLive.com.

1.   Tammy Bruce
2.   Rush Limbaugh
3.   Laura Ingraham
4.   Michael Savage
5.   Glenn Beck
6.   Sean Hannity
7.   Neal Boortz
8.   Dennis Miller
9.   Bill O’Reilly
10. George Noory
11. Mark Levin
12. MANCOW
13. Michael Medved
14. Dr. Laura
15. Dennis Prager
16. Bill Bennett
17. Monica Crowley
18. IMUS
19. Rusty Humphries
20. Hugh Hewitt
21. Mike Gallagher
22. The Right Perspective
23. Larry Elder
24. Art Bell
25. Alex Jones
26. Overnight AM
27. Dave Ramsey
28. Kim Komando
29. Phil Hendrie
30. John Batchelor
31. Roger Hedgecock
32. Jerry Doyle
33. Adam Carolla
34. Michael Reagan
35. Lars Larson
36. Jay Severin
37. Randi Rhodes
38. Al Rantel
39. Quinn and Rose
40. Larry Kudlow
41. Bill Handel
42. Walton and Johnson
43. Paranormal Radio
44. Stephanie Miller
45. Clark Howard
46. Howie Carr
47. Ed Schultz
48. Bill Cunningham
49. Thom Hartmann
50. Robert Scott Bell

 

Source: TalkStreamLive.com
Date Range last 6 months: ( 1/1/08 to 6/30/08 )
Sample Size: 233,275

 

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Rush & Savage tie for #1.  Freedom of Speech Award recipient Michael Savage is statistically tie for Talk Radio’s top honor with #1 Rush Limbaugh.  Glenn Beck, the third most listened to show, somehow misplaces 6 tenths of a share as Laura Ingraham tightly holds on to fourth place.  #5 Sean Hannity continues a slow deflation.

Program/Share   

  1  Rush Limbaugh   8.9
  2  Michael Savage   8.4 
  3  Glenn Beck  5.9
  4  Laura Ingraham  5.1
  5  Sean Hannity  3.9
  6  MANCOW  3.0
  7  Bill O’Reilly  2.7
  8  Neal Boortz  2.5
  9  Dennis Miller  2.2
10  George Noory  2.1
11  Dr. Laura  1.5
12  Bill Bennett  1.2
13  Mark Levin  1.1
14  Dennis Prager 1.1
15  Art Bell  1.0
16  Michael Medved  0.9
17  The Right Perspective  0.7
18  Alex Jones  0.7
19  Mike Gallagher  0.7
20  Randi Rhodes  0.7
21  Adam Carolla  0.7
22  IMUS  0.6
23  Rusty Humphries  0.5
24  Lars Larson  0.5
25  Bill Handel  0.5

Survey Period:  4th Quarter 2007 (10/1/2007 – 12/31/2007)

Sample Size: 53,735

Source: TalkStreamLive.com

Methodology

Note: This report passively measures listening habits from our web site TalkStreamLive.com. The listener stats from our rapidly growing mobile site TalkStreamLive.mobi are not included in this report. The conclusions are our own. They are not guaranteed to be accurate. Permission is granted for you to reproduce this report. Use at your own risk.

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Rush makes room at the top for Savage. 

This month’s report has Michael Savage on the rise to a one share point difference with #1 Rush Limbaugh. As the once heir apparent Sean Hannity continues to sing a flat country 4 share, Savage now looks like the only contender for the “prestigious Attila the Hun Chair” of Talk Radio. Also, Glenn Beck picks up three tenths for a bankable 6.5 share. And Laura Ingraham sitting pretty on a solid 5.1 share.

Program/Share  

  1  Rush Limbaugh   9.2
  2  Michael Savage   8.2 
  3  Glenn Beck  6.5
  4  Laura Ingraham  5.1
  5  Sean Hannity  4.0
  6  MANCOW  3.4
  7  George Noory  2.7
  8  Bill O’Reilly  2.6
  9  Neal Boortz  2.2
10  Dennis Miller  2.1
11  Dr. Laura  1.6
12  Bill Bennett  1.2
13  Mark Levin  1.1
14  Dennis Prager 0.9
15  Michael Medved  0.9
16  Art Bell  0.7
17  Adam Carolla  0.7
18  Randi Rhodes  0.7
19  The Right Perspective  0.6
20  Curtis and Kuby  0.6
21  Bill Handel  0.6
22  Dave Ramsey  0.6
23  Mike Gallagher  0.6
24  Bob and Tom  0.6
25  Jim Rome  0.5

Survey Period:  9/1/2007 – 11/30/2007  (September, October & November)

Unique Pageviews
Sample Size: 55,144
Methodology
Source: TalkStreamLive.com

The data used to produce this report measures Internet streaming listenership of Talk Radio from the web site TalkStreamLive.com. The listener stats from TalkStreamLive.mobi (our mobile site) are not included in this report. Your methodology and conclusions may differ – Use at your own risk.

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