JNLR 2016Q4 National Listenership

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The JNLR radio research has been released and it shows that 81% of the population tune into the radio every day. While that’s a healthy reach, given the fragmentation that’s seen in other media, there is an underlying downward trend apparent over the last few books. In 2009 the reach was a particularly healthy 87% […]

JNLR 2016Q4 Dublin Listenership

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Overall Dublin listenership now stands at 76% or 795,000 people every day. This is down one percentage point on the previous book and four percentage points on the previous year. It’s the sixth successive fall in the Dublin market with no sign of a letup. The graphic below gives a good visual representation of what’s […]

JNLR 2016Q4 Top 30 and Station Programmes

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The part of the research that is most repurposed by the reporting media is the pecking order of the ‘talent’ in terms of the top 30. Note: the time slots for certain programmes have changed over the year (not book on book) and therefore, for the purposes of the Gains/Falls, they have been excluded as […]

JNLR 2016Q4 Cork Listenership

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Radio listenership in Cork remained at 82% but fell in absolute numbers to 339,000 down 2,000 on the last book and down from 84% (-7,000) on the year. The two incumbent Cork stations dropped marginally book on book falling 3,000 each since the last survey. Red FM is still the largest station with 117,000 listeners […]

JNLR 2016Q4 Regionals and Local

The regional numners are below. You can do with it as you must. The local franchise areas and the multi city areas are covered with comparisons to the last year and book. The tables shouldn’t be considered as a comparative as the franchises compete in different areas with vastly different population structures and market dynamics. […]