Radio

KUSC claims #1 in public radio ratings

Classical KUSC at 91.5 FM says the latest Arbitron ratings show it to be the top public radio station in the country based on average number of listeners and individuals who tune in during the week. "This marks the first time KUSC has been number one in two areas," station president Brenda Barnes said in a release.

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