bdog wrote:A "Hencker hunch".
This is getting good.
Unlike you, I don't simply think with my large intestine, so time will tell whether it has gotten good or not. I remain agnostic on the question of relative reach until I see some data.
Meade wrote:Detritus, her blog does reach more people, statewide, nationally, and internationally than Henck and Levitan reach combined. Look it up.
I'm not sure what Meade meant by "look it up," since a comparison like that is not something one can just "look up." Here's one way to think about it, though: The entry for the Althouse blog on Webstats
. If you click through to some of the tracking and estimation sites (Quantcast.com
, for example, you can see monthly estimates of U.S. individual visitors ranging from 20,549 for the month of August to 46,721 for the month of November. That would break down to an average of, let's say, between 663 and 1,507 individuals a day. Does the listenership for Mitch Henck and Stu Levitan combined fall in that range per show? I don't know yet, since meaningful Arbitron data is only released to subscribers and I haven't found a way around that yet. What is your gut feeling?