Though everyone at what used to be Mix 96 was really excited about owner Astral Media stripping out their (admittedly lame and generic) branding to replace it with one they bought form the British, ratings figures since CJFM's new brand launch in January have shown little change for the station.
BBM figures for Dec. 1 to March 1 (PDF) using their new fancy-shmancy portable people meters show it has 16% of the anglo Montreal market, putting it behind powerhouse CJAD but ahead of its direct competition. Over the past few years, CJFM's share of the anglo market has drifted between 13% and 20%. There was a slight uptick compared to figures from before the relaunch, resulting in about 8,000 more daily listeners, or an increase of about 1%. But that's still well within the usual margin for error in radio ratings.
If Astral expected an audience jump from the change, it didn't get one. But there wasn't a widespread abandonment of the station either. When it comes down to it, people don't care about the branding, so long as the music is the same.
For the French side of the recent radio ratings, Le Devoir has the numbers.