Denver Now A Top-20 Market, Boise Debuts At 100 In New Arbitron Rankings
September 13, 2013 at 5:01 AM (PT)
ARBITRON has released the new FALL population estimates, accompanied by updated population estimates for the ARBITRON markets.
The report shows populations growth in the top-10 markets, but no change in ranking in those cities. There ws one change in the top 20, with DENVER growing past NY's NASSAU-SUFFOLK. THE MILE HIGH CITY now ranks #19, with LONG ISLAND slipping to #20.
Other moves include SALT LAKE CITY up two to #29, moving ahead of CINCINNATI and CLEVELAND. CHARLESTON, SC moves up three to #79, ahead of AKRON, HARRISBURG and MONTEREY-SALINAS-SANTA CRUZ. COLUMBUS, OH drops to #37 and SYRACUSE is down to #89.
BOISE joins the top 100, bumping WICHITA, which falls to #101.
BECKLEY, WV is now the smallest market covered by ARBITRON at #274, nudging CASPER out.
WENATCHEE-MOSES LAKE, WA has also been pushed out of the list.