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Radio listening strong over summer

Thursday 09 March, 2017

A new report released by radio audience measurement company GfK, shows metropolitan and regional radio continues to be the most engaging medium with consumers during the summer months, with nearly nine out of ten (86%) respondents indicating they listen to more radio in summer.

Survey 8: That's all folks for 2016

Tuesday 13 December, 2016

Gemma Fordham was out of the country when Survey 7 was released and the Hit Network was up in every market, but we were assured she was enjoying a champagne.
 
And while she is in Australia for Survey 8, she’s still sipping on the champers with FOX FM kicking away from the Melbourne FM pack to be 1.6 ahead of a surging smooth and 2.0 ahead of next placed GOLD.
 
“The Fox result is an absolute ripper,” says Gemma.
 

Spin Cycle: Survey 8 2016

Tuesday 13 December, 2016

The media releases and spin from the PR and Marketing departments are in for Survey 8.

Read them below - refresh the page during the day to see the latest.

Check our earlier reports on the raw results and analysis.

DAB+ radio results: Coles radio 'up up' nationally

Tuesday 06 December, 2016

Coles radio is the number one Commercial DAB+ leading the market nationally All people 10+ following the release of the GfK radio ratings survey.

Aussie radio still king of the road

Monday 21 November, 2016

Radio remains the most popular entertainment choice on the road, with Australian commuters largely overlooking the music streaming options that have been introduced into car dashboards, according to research released today.

Radio accounts for 80% of in-car listening, followed by owned music such as CDs and downloads making up 12% of listening, and three per cent of listening going to the streaming services Apple Music, Pandora and Spotify, the GfK Australian Share of Audio study found.

AFTRS students on air for their final broadcast NEXT

Monday 17 October, 2016

NEXT has been designed from the ground up by the students as their final broadcast assignment of the year.

The class has worked with more than 50 industry specialists throughout the year to learn everything they need to know to be job ready.

NEXT is a showcase of their talents and the format has been conceived following a blue sky session with Cherie Romaro and a thorough examination of the data to identify a gap in the Sydney market with Ann-Maree Nolan from ratings company GfK.

What is SCA's latest DAB+ brand?

Thursday 06 October, 2016

While there has been no official announcement OMG! appears to be the new DAB+ brand that SCA has launched to replace Classic Rock which closed down because it had too many listeners.
 
The Triple M spin-off station was eating into the cume audience of its parent station Triple M.
 
Cumes illustrate audience size, "estimating the unduplicated number of people reached by a station at least once during a particular time period," according to GFK's audience survey definitions.

Survey 3 in Canberra a tie

Wednesday 28 September, 2016

Survey 3 results for Canberra have been released this morning and snap...

Hit 104.7 and Mix 106.3 are equal number one All People 10+ with a 15.9 share.

ABC 666 was third with 14.5%.

Worth noting is 2CC's -2.5% from a 7.6 share to 5.1.

It was tight in Breakfast with Mix 106.3 lifting 2.1% to take number FM commercial with 14%. Hit 104.7 narrowly behind on 13.5%.

Overall the ABC was the big winner in that day part with a 20.6 share.

DAB + Digital Radio Report - 3

Tuesday 13 September, 2016

The GfK radio ratings surveys are released eight times per year for the metropolitan markets of Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth.The survey collects information on platform of listening across AM/FM, DAB+ digital radio and internet.

This report is based on the average results across the three most recent surveys (Survey 3, 4 and 5 2016). 

The total DAB+ cumulative audience is 3, 603 000.

Coles radio had the largest cumulative audience of 151,000 followed by Buddha with 139,000 and The 80's iHeartRadio 119,000.

DAB+ digital radio reaches 3.5m listeners

Monday 27 June, 2016

DAB+ digital radio is continuing to grow in popularity, gaining 168,000 listeners to reach 3.52 million in the five metropolitan capital cities, according to the latest digital radio report by GfK, released today.

Peak industry body Commercial Radio Australia said the numbers were helped by solid growth in in-car listening, with another 91,900 new vehicles sold with DAB+ installed in the first quarter of 2016.

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