No gains at all across the day. Ian Dempsey slipping back and Anton not quiet settled on an audience figure yet. Matt still hasn’t regained the second slot in the evening but is only 4,000 away from George. YoY BoB Time Programme 16Q1 15Q4 15Q1 +/- +/-% +/- […]
It’s a good book for RTE1 with all programmes gaining over the year and five of them in double digit growth. Morning Ireland is fighting back against Breakfast (-4%) and Lunchtime (-6%) on Newstalk. YoY BoB Time Programme 16Q1 15Q4 15Q1 +/- +/-% +/- +/-% 07.00-09.00 Morning Ireland […]
The station’s format changed and the time slots cannot be compared on a year on year basis but they can on a book on book comparison. Bar one slot, 2FM lost listeners book on book. Breakfast Republic managing a 10% drop and Nicky Byrne dropping 9%. YoY BoB Time […]
It’s very much depends on what you analyse for the 2016Q1 results. Look at the numbers year on year you get one answer, look at them book on book you get another! In as many places as possible I’ll throw in both so you can draw your own conclusions. However in a few cases either […]
Radio listenership dropped in the capital to 818,000 down 1% on the year and the same book on book. The falls are less pronounced on a book on book basis with but looking at them over the year some of the falls are severe. Double digit decrease in the capital for Newstalk, Today FM, Q102 […]
Here’s where we look at the local and regional franchises. Again, they are not comparatives as they simply can’t be compared to each other. I’ve made little or no comment as the data is self explanatory and my outpourings won’t add much. Each is compared to the last book and the last year. Table: […]
All the top tables and in the interest of tracking the license fee money the book on book numbers are compared so that 2FM can be scrutinised. The Gains and Falls tables likewise are divided into the year on year and book on book. The metric for the gains and falls are subjectively based on […]
Each of the national stations are looked at below in terms of their individual programming. There’s a comparison to last quarter and last book in all cases.