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New Listeners Since Nov 1st
NEW CITIES: Fresno, CA / Coffeyville & Lawrence, KS / Boston, Milton, & Petersham – MA / Laurelton & New York City, NY / Baker City & Silverton, OR / Corpus Christie, TX / Clarksville, TN, Fairfax, VA
NEW STATES: Georgia (Atlanta) & West Virginia (Clarksburg)… welcome to the map!
NEW COUNTRIES: Arequipa, Peru, Huddersfield, UK
24 States with Listeners
California – Anaheim, Chula Vista, Fresno, Oceanside, San Diego, San Francisco, San Lorenzo
Florida – Boca Raton, Pompano Beach, Sarasota, Miami
Georgia – Atlanta
Hawaii – Kihei (Maui)
Idaho – Boise
Illinois – Hamel, Wheaton
Kansas – Coffeyville, Lawrence, Lenexa
Louisiana – Jena, Ponchatoula
Maryland – Baltimore
Massachusetts – Boston, Fall River, Milton, Petersham
Michigan – Pinckney
Minnesota – Hamel, Minneapolis
Montana – Condon
Nevada – Las Vegas
New York – Brooklyn, Buffalo, Corinth, Laurelton, New York City
North Carolina – Apex, Charlotte, Fayetteville
Oregon – Baker City, Bend, Beaverton, Coos Bay, Corvallis, Independence, Irrigon, Keizer, Lincoln City, Lyons, Medford, McMinnville, Newberg, Portland, Redmond, Salem, Scio, Silverton, Tillamook, Turner, Woodburn
South Carolina – Fort Mill
Tennessee – Chickamauga, Clarksville, Cookeville, Gallatin, Jackson, Mount Juliet
Texas – Corpus Christi, Duncanville, El Paso
Utah – Layton
Virginia – Alexandria, Columbia, Fairfax, Norfolk
Washington – Everett, Kirkland, Gig Harbor, Port Orchard, Redmond, Renton, Seattle, Vancouver, Spokane, Wenatchee
West Virginia – Clarksburg
26 States Needing Listeners
Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas
Maine, Mississippi, Missouri
Nebraska, New Hampshire, New Jersey New Mexico, North Dakota
West Virginia, Wisconsin, Wyoming
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