The Top 10 Stories on 98.3 The Key from 2011
You won't believe what the most popular stories of 2011 were. These are the ones you, our listeners, clicked on the most. See the Top 10 below.Click on the headline to reread the story. Concert news and celebrity interviews were not surprisingly our most popular stories, but all three stories about Nelly and 3OH3! coming to town made the top 10. Other previews of family-friendly community events also made the list, but I can't believe the No. 1 most read story. You won't either.
This was a popular concert.
This same story ran on a few of our sister stations and it also made their top 10 lists. Listeners obviously care a lot about the effect of talking while driving.
I saw the show for the first time last week. I think Chef Will is a real contender. He keeps his cool while serving up quality. Hear what he had to say to Jim and Stacy.
This story came out in May about tickets for events in AUGUST!!!!!!! Talk about planning ahead! You guys are price savvy and won't pass up a deal.
This was a popular and affordable Halloween activity for the kids.
This talented actress is quite the looker and was a fun interview for Jim & Stacy.
The show wasn't memorable, but this interview was for Jim & Stacy.
Stories about the Blizzard Music Tour were so popular! You won't believe the only thing more popular: more Blizzard Music Tour news!
The concert wasn't until March 11 but the announcement two months prior made big waves.
Weird, right? The entire story was only about 100 words yet it scored nearly twice as many readers as the runner-up. This story was a call for help from Stacy who was trying to give shopping advice to Big Jim. Apparently he didn't really know what is role was on Mother's Day since his significant other has kids, but they aren't his kids. My guess is this post struck a chord with people in non-traditional families. Holidays that honor relationships get sticky when the relationships are sticky, or are perhaps undefined. Stacy also brought up motherly people in the story. Is it weird to honor them on Mother's Day?