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WTOP-FM Sees Huge Traffic on Station Website During Sandy (WTOP-FM)

Topic: Disaster Relief and Recovery

Hubbard’s WTOP-FM Washington was a key source of information before Sandy even came ashore. On Sunday before the storm, WTOP.com had over two million page views by 280,000 unique users looking for storm coverage. During the hurricane, on Monday, that number jumped to nearly three million page views from 335,000 unique users.


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