JNLR 2017Q2

 

The quarterly JNLR radio research was released earlier and the first item of note is that the brakes look like they have been finally applied to the overall listenership of both National and Dublin listenership, national steady at 82% and Dublin at 75%.

National

Looking at the stations in the National picture, Today FM is the only station to show a percentage drop book on book – down one point to 10% their lowest figure to date. The rest of the stations remained very much as is/was.

 

all national

 

 

Year On YearBook on Book
Station2017Q22016Q2+/-2017Q1+/-
Any Radio82%83%-1%82%0%
RTE Radio 124%24%0%24%0%
RTE 2FM10%10%0%10%0%
Today FM10%11%-1%11%-1%
Newstalk10%11%-1%10%0%
RTE Lyric FM4%4%0%4%0%

 

 

all dub radio

narional stations

Dublin

In Dublin the picture remains very much the same with only a small slippage from Spin dropping one point. Classic Hits managed to raise their profile in the capital to 3%

 

Year On YearBook on Book
2017Q22016Q2+/-2017Q1+/-
Any Radio75%78%-3%75%0%
RTE Radio 129%28%1%29%0%
FM 10416%18%-2%16%0%
Newstalk14%15%-1%14%0%
Spin 103812%13%-1%13%-1%
98FM10%11%-1%10%0%
Q1028%7%1%8%0%
Today FM6%8%-2%6%0%
RTE 2FM5%6%-1%5%0%
RTE Lyric FM5%6%-1%5%0%
Radio Nova 100FM5%5%0%5%0%
Sunshine 106.85%5%0%5%0%
Classic Hits 4FM3%3%0%2%1%

dublin