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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.

Analysis: Radio ratings survey 7 2020

Thursday 05 November, 2020

Our analysis by networks and cities.

Check back with us through the day as we update this story.

80's stations lead nationally: DAB+ Survey

Thursday 05 November, 2020

The mix of 80’s stations continue to hold the greatest national numbers for the DAB+ ratings in Survey 3, with Coles Radio and Double J just behind.
WSFM 80’s, Gold 80’s, 97.3 The 80’s, Mix 80’s and 96FM 80’s combined for a total of 277,000 listeners nationally, in front of Coles Radio 248,000 and Double J’s 258,000.

The Hit Network rebadged the remaining OLDSKOOL, EASY, URBAN, DANCE AND BUDDHA stations for uniformity.

Tracking down the missing radio shares

Tuesday 06 October, 2020

Last week’s GfK Survey 6 was remarkable in many ways, mainly due to the impact of the Coronavirus.

The Spin is in for Survey 6

Tuesday 29 September, 2020

Check back through the day as we update this story.
Raw results figures here,
Cumes are here,
DAB+ is here

Coles Radio takes a COVID hit, and the 80's reign: DAB+ Survey 3

Tuesday 29 September, 2020

It’s the mix of 80’s stations that hold the greatest national numbers for the DAB+ ratings in Survey 3, with Double J just behind.
WSFM 80’s, Gold 80’s, 97.3 The 80’s, Mix 80’s and 96FM 80’s combined for a total of 282,000 listeners nationally, in front of Double J’s 258,000.
Coles Radio that has been at the top nationally for a number of surveys was down to 194,000 listeners with the biggest drops in Sydney and Melbourne.

Radio drives strong awareness and behavioural change during COVID 19

Tuesday 15 September, 2020

The latest case study published by Commercial Radio Australia explores the important role that radio played in helping the Federal Government to deliver health and safety information to Australians to prevent the spread of COVID-19.


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