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It's a golden start for Gold104.3 in 2020: Cumes

Tuesday 10 March, 2020

Gold 104.3 begins 2020 with big numbers, leading all stations with 1.182 M listeners, from Nova96.9 (1.123) and Nova100 (1.074M) while FoxFM (1.067M) is the only other station with over one million listerners.

triple j has also begun the year well by breaking their reach record in the 5 cities for the second time running, attracting 2.249 million listeners each week.

CRA report shows commercial radio reaches 5.2M with personal investments

Wednesday 05 February, 2020

GfK and Commercial Radio Australia have released the Finance & Investments category report, providing media agencies and radio sales teams an overview of some of the additional survey data available to them via Gold Standard software.
 
Key Insights include:
 

Commercial radio listening is at an all time high: CRA annual listening summary

Thursday 30 January, 2020

The number of listeners to Australian commercial radio is at a record high according to the latest data collected in the CRA’s annual listening summary, prepared by GfK.
 
10.891 million people listened to commercial radio each week across the five metro markets in 2019, up by 1.4% on 2018.
 
Of those 10.891 million people, 10.4% are aged 10-17, 11.6% are aged 18-24, 26.7% are aged 25-39, 22.5% are aged 40-54, 12.6% are aged 55-64 and 16.2% are aged 65+.
 

Survey One is just days away, so let the games begin

Wednesday 15 January, 2020

2020, a new decade and a new beginning for several stations, with line-up changes now pretty much cemented into place for another year.

The Spin is coming in for Survey 8

Tuesday 17 December, 2019

The spin for the final survey of 2019 begins.

Make sure you refresh the page throughout the day to see how the stations view the end of year results.

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DAB+ Ratings: Elf Radio a Christmas Gift for ARN

Tuesday 17 December, 2019
Coles Radio (249,000) is still at the top nationally in the latest survey of DAB+ stations, and while Elf Radio (23,000) has added some tinsel to ARN’s Christmas tree, smooth relax debuted nicely in Sydney Brisbane and Melbourne adding 110,000 listeners.
 
City by city and Edge Digital leads in Sydney from Coles Radio and KIIS 90’s.
 

Triple M Newcastle the runaway leaders: GFK Survey

Friday 29 November, 2019
Triple M Newcastle has consolidated their lead in the latest GFK Survey for the Hunter, while ABC Newcastle gained 2.1 to move into second place.

 
Triple M’s gain of 1.0 now gives them 18.5 and a clear lead on the ABC’s 11.9, while Hit106.9 and triple j both lost some audience and are equal on 11.8.
 
NEWFM also had a slight gain, adding 0.8 to move to 8.9, with 2HD adding 0.5 to 6.7.
  

Hot Tomato is the pick of the crop on the Gold Coast

Thursday 21 November, 2019

Local stations still dominate the Gold Coast market, and Hot Tomato is the number one station in the latest GFK survey for the Gold Coast/Tweed Heads.
 
While easing slightly from 13.4 to 12.9, GOLDFM dropped 1.9 down to 12.0, with Hit90.9, formally SEAFM, also easing 0.4 to 9.0.
 

Edge Digital is a clear leader in Sydney's DAB+ stations

Tuesday 12 November, 2019

Edge Digital is the clear leader in Sydney with 123,000 listeners, leading ABC Jazz (97,000) and KIIS 90’s 81,000.
 
In Melbourne Coles Radio remains at the top with 85,000 listeners, ahead of Gold 80’s (70,000) and The Fox OldSkool (65,000)
 

It has been a big year for us at GfK: Morten Boyer #RadioAlive2019

Friday 18 October, 2019
"Change in audio measurement has gathered pace in recent years," Morten Boyer told delegates at Radio Alive 2019.

He updated the radio industry on the progress of the 'super pilot' in the evolution of radio ratings in Australia.

"It's a single source methodology where people fill in a diary, get an app on their smart phones and wear a smart watch to give us various forms of data, so we can develop a new way of ratings for the radio industry."

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