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Metro Survey One begins, regional dates also locked in for 2021

Thursday 21 January, 2021

Jane Kennedy’s departure from Triple M’s Kennedy Molloy was the last piece in the programming puzzle to fall into place as Survey 1 began for 2021.
 
After a year of disruption to the GfK survey schedule, the metro and major regional centres of Newcastle, Gold Coast/Tweed Heads and Canberra will all be in survey by the middle of February.

Radio revenue improves in December, but still down by 10.4%

Thursday 21 January, 2021

The Australian commercial radio industry reported an improvement in metropolitan advertising revenue to $168.525 million in the December quarter, following the re-opening of Victoria and a slight improvement in business conditions.
 

Metro commercial radio audience up 2% to 11.1m in 2020

Tuesday 19 January, 2021

The Australian metropolitan commercial radio audience grew by 2% to nearly 11.1 million listeners in 2020, in a year dominated by COVID-19 which saw the number of people listening at home jump by eight per cent to 6.4 million.
 
Commercial Radio Australia’s annual listening summary, based on an average of the five official GfK radio surveys conducted in 2020, shows radio’s cumulative audience reached a record high and has climbed by 10% over the past five years.
 

RSN927 returns to GfK Survey in 2021

Friday 15 January, 2021

RSN 927 is re-joining the GfK Radio Survey Ratings in 2021, after a 17-year absence.

CRA and GfK will study summer listening habits

Tuesday 15 December, 2020

The commercial radio industry has commissioned GfK to undertake a fourth annual summer listening survey to examine how consumers engage with media and radio over the holiday season.
 
The survey will cover consumers in both metropolitan and regional Australia and will look into how and why audiences stay connected over the warmer months.
 

The Spin begins for the final survey of 2020

Tuesday 08 December, 2020

It's the final chance for the stations to put their spin on 2020.

Check out our Analysis, DAB+ results, Raw Results and Cumes

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Ross and Russel are still at the top: Cumes Survey 8

Tuesday 08 December, 2020
Ross and Russel still command the biggest numbers in breakfast for a single market despite a drop of 73,000 listeners for the last survey of the year.
 
Kyle & Jackie O have closed the gap but remain in second place with Bogart Torelli & Glenn Daniel further back.
 
Ben Fordham has improved his numbers, up by 18,000 to 463,000
 
The biggest improvers were Fifi Fev & Byron up by 85,000.

2CH is at the top of the DAB ladder in Sydney

Tuesday 08 December, 2020

Double J has jumped to the top of the DAB+ stations nationally for the final survey of 2020, just in front of Coles Radio.
 
The performance of 2CH DAB+ as Sydney’s top DAB+ station, while noteworthy, still means a loss of audience, down from 270,000 in the last survey to 101,000. 

Radio listening remains strong over summer: GfK

Thursday 03 December, 2020

Research conducted by GfK in early 2020 has provided an insight into where, how and why listeners turn to radio during summer.
 
The survey found that radio played an important role in keeping Australians informed during the bushfire emergency last summer with radio stations quick to react, providing time-critical news to those directly affected, as well as the millions of concerned Australians eager to stay updated on the rapidly changing situation.
 

Ross and Russel reign supreme: Cumes Survey 7

Thursday 05 November, 2020

3AW’s Ross & Russel consolidated their position at the top of the national breakfast shows with an increase of 79,000 listeners in Survey 7.
 
Kyle & Jackie O from KIIS Sydney are still 2nd with 585,000 listeners followed by Sammy J from ABC Radio Melbourne.

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