The Top 5 Songs From Each Of The Last 10 Years – Finney’s Fast 5

NATIONWIDE RESEARCH AT A GLANCE

Finney Media does music research every year on hundreds of songs in multiple markets across North America . . . and every year, the numbers on which songs from the past are the most popular with Christian Music Radio listeners changes. From our research during the past year, here are the Top 5 Testing Songs released during each of the past 10 years.

Check out which titles are on this list that you may have taken out over the years . . . and consider if they should be a part of your station now.

Coming in April – More music research numbers . . . among the Top 200 songs, we’ll have the Top 5 Artists, including how many songs they have in the Top 200.


Chuck Finney is the President of Finney Media and has over 30 years experience helping radio stations grow audience and deepen relationships with listeners. He led Salem’s KLTY Dallas to record audience levels and served as National Program Director for Salem’s Fish CCM stations. While with KLTY, the station won multiple awards, including NRB Music Station Of The Year, the CMB Major Market Station Of The Year and the NAB Religious Station Of The Year.

Chuck served as Chairman of Christian Music Broadcasters and currently serves on the Radio Committee of NRB.

Since 2009, he has consulted Christian Music and Teaching radio stations and ministries internationally, helping them reach more people while being Gospel-focused.

He and his wife of 25 years, Lynda, live in the DFW area and have two daughters.

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