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The Spin is in for Survey 2 2021

Thursday 15 April, 2021

How do the staions and their marketing and PR teams see the results for Survey 2?

The Spin is in

See also Results, Cumes, Analysis, and DAB+

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Kyle & Jackie O continue to lead breakfast with smooth95.3 leading the stations: Cumes

Thursday 15 April, 2021

Kyle & Jackie O top the numbers game for a single market in Survey 2, gaining 60,000 listeners for a total of 622,000.
 
Ross & Russel (3AW) regained some of their losses from Survey 1, up 47,000 to 598,000, while Chrissie Sam and Browny at Nova moved into third spot with a gain of 57,000 to 544,000.
 
Bogart Torelli & Glenn Daniel, Fitzy & Wippa and Fifi Fev & Nick all have over 500,000 listeners in their individual markets.

Coles Radio remains on the top shelf

Thursday 15 April, 2021

Coles Radio is at the top of the DAB+ chart nationally with 235,000 listeners, leading MMM CLASSIC ROCK (204,000) and Double J (198,000).

3MP is back in the Melbourne market

Friday 12 March, 2021

Ace Radio’s 3MP made a re-entrance into the Melbourne GfK Survey this year with an Easy Music format.

The Spin begins in 2021

Thursday 11 March, 2021

The beginning of a new year and a number of new line-ups give the stations a new chance to spin the results.

Check out Cumes, ResultsAnalysis and DAB results.

Double J and Coles Radio at the top, 2CH drops: DAB+

Thursday 11 March, 2021
Double J has just edged out Coles Radio nationally in the latest results for DAB+ stations.
 
MMM Classic Rock and the ABC Jazz stations have also performed well, while in Sydney 2CH shed almost 40% of its audience.

Edge Digital and Double J are tied at the top in Sydney, leading ABC Jazz and KIIS 90’s, in Melbourne GOLD 80’s leads Coles Radio from OLDSKOOL 90s HITS.

Weekly listeners for DAB+ exclusive radio stations climb to 2.35 million: GfK

Tuesday 02 March, 2021

Australia’s DAB+ digital radio-only stations attracted a weekly audience of 2.35 million people in 2020, an increase of 15% from 2.04 million in 2019, according to GfK data released by Commercial Radio Australia.
 
The weekly audience for all DAB+ stations, including AM and FM stations simulcasting on DAB+, reached 4 million*.
 

Aussies connect with radio over summer: GfK

Wednesday 17 February, 2021

Radio plays an important part of everyday life over the holiday season, with GfK’s 2021 Summer Listening Report showing Australians are more likely to listen to media than watch it over summer.
 
Radio was particularly important to younger people, with nearly one in two listeners aged between 10 and 24 saying they would “feel lost” if they couldn’t listen to radio for a week.
 

Radio sees an increase in listening via mobile phones and smart speakers

Monday 15 February, 2021

The commercial radio industry has reported a strong year on year increase in the number of Australians listening to radio on their mobile phones.
 
Nearly 2.5 million people, or 17% of the population in the five metro markets, listened to live and local radio via their phones at some point each week in the December quarter, according to Commercial Radio Australia.
 

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