Monday Morning Mediabase Update – Up Until Midnight 11/29/09

This week, the Idol activity is on the Pop chart. Kelly Clarkson’s “Already Gone” has become a top 5 Pop song, while Daughtry has another Top 40 pop hit and Kris’s LLWD jumped up 5 spots. Kelly continues to dominate the top spot on HAC for the third week and Daughtry’s new song has moved into the Top 20. That gives him two top 20 songs in HAC at the same time. Meanwhile, Ruben racks up yet another top 20 on UAC. It’s getting chillier by the week on AC with very few non-Christmas songs showing a positive spincrease. But, good news for Archie fans as one of his Christmas songs puts him back on our chart. We say goodbye to Adam Lambert and Bucky Covington, but Adam’s second single is getting a strong push, so we should soon see him back.

Here are your Monday Morning Mediabase Updates for airplay as of midnight of 11/29/09 after the jump.

Mediabase top 50 in major formats only. Some charts may have less than 50 ranked songs if the number of spins do not reach a certain cut-off.

Carrie Underwood:
“Cowboy Casanova” : 5 Country (3), ^32 HAC (36)

“Life After You”: ^20 HAC (26), ^38 Pop (45)
“No Surprise”: 7 AC (8), 12 HAC (9)

David Archuleta”
“Have Youreslef a Merry Little Christmas”: ^41 AC (81)

Jordin Sparks:
“Battlefield”: 27 AC (20)
“S.O.S. (Let the Music…)”: 39 Pop (33)

Katharine McPhee:
“Had it All” : 30 AC (25)

Kellie Pickler:
“Didn’t You Know How…”: ^27 Country (28)

Kelly Clarkson:
“Already Gone”: ^1 HAC (1), ^5 Pop (8), 13 AC (12)

Kris Allen:
“Live Like We Are Dying”: ^19 HAC (19), ^33 Pop (38)

“He is With You”: 19 CAC (18)

Ruben Studdard:
“Don’t Make ‘Em Like…”: 19 UAC (21)

Note: Numbers indicate position on the chart while numbers in brackets indicate the position on the chart the previous week. The “^” (aka “a bullet”) indicates that a song gained spins since last week.

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