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Secrets of a diary keeper - now with comments from GfK

Wednesday 30 September, 2015

There was a great deal of interest in Barry Keohane's survey-eve story about how he found himself the recipient of an actual GfK diary.

In particular, it attracted the attention of GfK's  General Manager, Media, Dr Morten Boyer (below left) who kindly offered to clarify a couple of points. We've included 

Spin Cycle: Survey 5 2015

Tuesday 25 August, 2015

The spin from the station and network PR Departments

Survey 5 Analysis: We're back... Hit up in every market

Tuesday 25 August, 2015

The big news is Smooth Sydney's jump to number 1 FM and the effect the return of Hamish and Andy has had for the Hit network across Australia.

Our analysis of networks and cities is below.

Refresh this page during the day to get the latest updates.

See the raw results here and the spin here.

 

Major moves revealed in New Zealand radio ratings

Friday 03 October, 2014

New Zealand radio has been in a state of flux recently, with a number of major changes from relaunches and shows being shuffled around left, right and centre. Some of the decisions have worked in station's favour, and some may need a rethink according to the latest New Zealand radio ratings.

Nationally, Mediaworks has increased it's share of the market, rising 3.2% to dominate at 49.1%. NZME has dropped 2.9% to land at 40.6%. NewsTalkZB is on 12.2% and Coast and Edge both came in at 8.5%.

In Wellington:

Canberra Survey 2: Classic FM falls, others steady

Wednesday 09 July, 2014

FM104.7 is on top in a steady Canberra survey, with little significant movement.

FM 104.7 scored 17.3%, down 0.2 share points. Mix 106.3 retained second place with a gain of 0.9 to 16.8%, just ahead of third placed ABC666, up 0.8 to 16.4%.

Fourth placed triple j lost 0.3 share points, scoring 10.0%, followed by ABC Classic FM, down 2 share points to 8.2%. Radio National was up 0.7 to 7.6%.

2CC gained 0.4 to score 7.0%, followed by sister station 2CA, down 0.6 to 6.1%. NewsRadio was down 0.2 to 3.3%.

Canberra survey 1 spin cycle

Wednesday 30 April, 2014

The latest from the station PR departments.

View the results here.


104.7’s Skyfire reaches 1 in 3 Canberrans

Monday 17 March, 2014

104.7 Canberra has delivered the 26th annual Skyfire to 120 000 Canberra residents, almost a third of its potential audience.  
 
Scotty and Nige broadcast live from the main stage of the event which included a fly-by from an RAAF Hornet, more than 2000 aerial fireworks and 10,000 shooting comets over Lake Burley Griffin.
 

​Picking through the pieces after survey one

Wednesday 12 March, 2014

It was, no doubt, the survey of the century. A genuine game changer. Craig Bruce, Duncan Campbell and Paul Jackson survey the scene

In the history of Australian radio, only  John Laws and Alan Jones have been able to take an audience with them from one station to another. But neither of them have moved so much of their audience in just one survey like Kyle and Jackie O just have.

​Alan Jones sets the record straight as to who’s number one

Wednesday 12 March, 2014
Ray Hadley also takes the topic for a spin

This morning on 2GB, Alan Jones, took aim at the media, most of which reported KIIS and or Kyle and Jackie O as number one in Sydney.

Jones rightly pointed out that 2GB was, in fact, number one, by a long chalk and had been for 193 0ut of 194 surveys while his breakfast program produced a 15.2 share to Kyle & Jackie O’s 9.3.


He suggested that the main reason he was keen to set the record straight on behalf of 2GB’s hard working staff.

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