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PWC's Outlook report's radio revenue predictions

Friday 20 November, 2020

PWC’s Australian Entertainment Media Outlook Report has predicted that radio revenue will remain steady over the next five years at about 2.7% to 2.8% of total media revenue spending.

While the report takes into account the short term effects of Covid, it has a much broader outlook, predicting forward to the state of the media industry until 2024.

April revenue a shocker: How are companies dealing with the pandemic?

Thursday 07 May, 2020

This week several radio industry leaders have given updates on how their companies are going during the COVID-19 pandemic. Steve Ahern examines the evolving business situation.

ACMA report peers into profitability

Thursday 16 January, 2014

The ACMA has released its Broadcasting Financial Results report, a snapshot of the aggregated expenditure, revenue, profitability, assets, liability and net assets of commercial radio and tv.
It is produced using information provided to the ACMA by commercial broadcasters to satisfy their licence fee disclosure requirements.
The figures provide a snapshot of the financial state of the industry across the years 2009 to 2012.

November radio advertising revenue softens but remains up overall

Monday 09 December, 2013

Metropolitan radio ad revenue is up 2.99% to $301.710 million in the first five months of FY14, despite November figures contracting slightly.

Following nine months of consecutive growth, total advertising spend softened 1.27% to $63.498 million, according to the 2013 Metropolitan Commercial Radio Advertising Revenue, as sourced by Deloitte:

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