WTOP makes it 3 years in a row as radio's revenue leader

03/28/2013 | Radio Ink · AllAccess.com · Radio Ink

Hubbard's all-news station WTOP in Washington, D.C., in 2012 tallied the most radio billings in the nation, with $64.6 million, the third year in a row the station has topped the list, according to BIA/Kelsey. Clear Channel's KIIS in Los Angeles came in second, with $56.8 million; followed by New York sibling WHTZ, with $48.2 million; CBS Radio's WCBS in New York, with $47.2 million; and Clear Channel station KFI in Los Angeles, with $46 million.

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