Monday Morning Mediabase Update – 01/07/08

A snapshot of Idols singles radio play culled from Mediabase charts as of this morning. Find out where your favorite Idol stands on the radio after the jump.

Blake Lewis:
“Break Anotha”: 47 Pop (42), 180 Rhy (159)

Bucky Covington:
“It’s Good to Be Us”: ^24 Country (25)

Carmen Rasmusen:
“Nothin’ Like the Sum…”: ^136 Country (-)

Carrie Underwood
“All American Girl”: ^17 Country (18), ^378 AC (-)
“Before He Cheats”: ^8 AC (8)
“Do You Hear What I Hear”: 146 AC (18), 404 Country (33)
“Ever Ever After”: ^66 Country (148), ^119 HAC (-), ^139 Pop (364), ^949 Rhy (-)
“Flat on the Floor”: ^420 Country (-)
“I’ll Stand By You”: ^19 CAC (33), 75 AC (109), ^219 Pop (-)
“Last Name”: ^112 Country (244)
“Lessons Learned”: ^205 Country (-)
“Life in the Fast Lane” with Rascal Flatts: ^216 Country (-)
“Oh Love” with Brad Paisley: ^368 Country (-)
“So Small”: ^24 CAC (59), ^62 AC (-), ^73 HAC (84), 190 Pop (157)
“Star Spangled Banner” : ^155 Country (323)
“Starts with Goodbye”: ^363 Country (-)
“Wasted” : ^104 HAC (127)
“You Won’t Find This”: ^92 Country (199)

Clay Aiken:
“A Thousand Days”: ^389 AC (-)
“Without You”: ^189 AC (498)

Daughtry:
“Crashed”: ^12 Rock (14), 46 Active (46), 52 HAC (53), 151 Alt (144)
“Feels Like Tonight”: ^42 HAC (45), ^79 Pop (131), 431 AC (648)
“Home”: ^3 AC (3), ^106 Alt (178), 111 Alt (112), 517 Home (444)
“It’s Not Over”: ^126 Alt (278), ^407 Rhy (445)
“Over You”: ^6 HAC (6), ^15 Pop (14), ^24 AC (35), 131 Alt (119), ^138 Rhy (139), ^335 Alt (-)
“Rocket Man”: ^130 HAC (158)
“There and Back Again”: ^1318 Alt (-)
“Used To”: 200 Pop (168)

Elliott Yamin :
“One Word”: ^180 HAC (380), ^229 AC (-), ^1119 Rhy (-)
“A Song For You”: ^172 AC (-)
“Wait For You”: ^5 AC (5), ^336 UAC (1164), 1019 Urban (972)

Fantasia:
“Hood Boy” with Big Boi: ^113 UAC (-), ^997 Rhy (-)
“Only One U”: 837 Rhy (787)
“Put You Up On Game” with Aretha Franklin : ^10 UAC (10), ^99 Urban (126), ^994 Rhy (-)
“Surround U”: ^1425 Urban (-)
“Two Weeks Notice”: ^222 UAC (348), ^1104 Urban (-)

George Huff:
“A Brighter Day”: ^236 CAC (432), ^240 UAC (390), 1481 Rhy (1452)
“You Know Me”: 307 Gospel (333)

Jordin Sparks:
“No Air” with Chris Brown: ^56 Pop (59), ^98 Rhy (100), ^110 HAC (508)
“Tattoo”: ^6 Pop (7), ^17 HAC (18), ^28 AC (46), 55 Rhy (54)

Josh Gracin:
“We Weren’t Crazy”: ^35 Country (42)

Katharine McPhee:
“Love Story”: 365 Pop (346)

Kellie Pickler:
“Things That Never Cross…”: ^27 Country (32)
“Santa Baby”: 247 Country (39)

Kimberley Locke:
“Band of Gold”: ^12 AC (14), ^115 HAC (154)
“Frosty the Snowman”: 221 AC (23), 420 HAC (97)

Mandisa:
“Christmas Makes Me…”: 339 CAC (19)
“God Speaking”: ^18 CAC (30), 477 Gospel (258)
“Only the World”: 218 AC (152)
“Redeemer”: 349 CAC (-)

Phil Stacey:
“If You Didn’t Love Me”: ^148 Country (-)

Ruben Studdard:
“Make Ya Feel Beautiful”: 568 Urban (510)
“Rather Just Not Know”: ^919 Urban (-)

Taylor Hicks:
“Heaven Knows”: 203 AC (422)
“Just to Feel That Way”: 396 HAC (534)

Note: Numbers indicate position on the chart while numbers in brackets indicate the position on the chart the previous week

I’m trying something new this week. I’ve added a (^) character for formats in which songs have a bullet. A bullet means that the song is doing better than the previous week in that format. Formats have slightly different rules for ranking the artists. Pop bases it purely on spins, while Country factors in audience impressions.

You might think that the bullet is obvious because the of changes in the position in the chart, but not always. Position on the chart is dependent on how others are doing. A song might actually increase spins, but still drop down a position or two if other songs pass it by. Also, a song might increase in position if other songs are dropping faster than them (e.g. this week, a lot of Christmas songs disappeared).

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