By the Numbers: Vancouver Fall 2015 PPM Ratings

Bell Media and Bray & Partners Communications Breakdown Of Fall 2015 A12+ And A25-54 PPM Ratings For Vancouver

David Bray logo“As an early Christmas present, we get the latest radio ratings,” says David Bray, President of Bray & Partner Communications. “The new PPM release from Numeris (formerly BBM) completes the thirteen week period covering August 31st to November 29th, 2015. Let’s take a look at the Vancouver market to find out who got what they wanted and who got a lump of coal:

“Bragging Rights: Vancouver: 103.5 QM-FM grabs the #1 spot for A12+ with a 14.1% share of hours tuned (up from 11.7% last time out). Taking the top spot for F25-54 was QM-FM, posting an 18.4% share (up from 14.9% last time out). QM-FM also holds the lead for M25-54 listeners, delivering an 11.2% share (up from 8.3%) followed by the Beat at 10.5% and the FOX at 9.8%. The FOX is out in front for M18-34 with a 17.7% share of hrs. tuned (down from 18.2%). When it comes to Females 18-34, QM-FM takes top spot with 14.2% share followed by Z95.3 with a 14.1% share.”

We start with the definition box:

Numeris rating terms

Bell Media Research breakdown of A12+, F12+ and M12+ 

Fall 2015 PPM Vancouver A12+Fall 2015 PPM Vancouver M12+


Bell Media Research breakdown of A25-54, F25-54 and M25-54

Fall 2015 PPM Vancouver A25-54Fall 2015 PPM Vancouver M25-54

Click here to find more Fall 2015 rating results in other PPM cities and Diary Results for radio stations across Canada


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