The JNLR 2015Q2 research is now available. The samples and estimated universes have changed little on last year and therefore are no real cause for concern. The survey shows that Radio listenership is up 1% or 25,000 listeners year on year, but that’s just enough to push the radio reach figure up by one percentage […]
Turning our attention to the capital now, we see that radio listenership is up 26,000 on the previous year or 2.5% and now stands at 81%. Considering that radio listening in the city declined every survey from 2011Q1 until 2014Q1, it’s a healthy trend survey of late showing a growing audience for radio. On a […]
The fallers are very much in the preserve of RTE1 in this book with four of the five fallers from the national broadcaster. But the top drop slot is reserved for Anton Savage on Today FM whose time slot dropped 29,000 (-13%) on the year. It’s only fair to point out that the comparative for […]
Here we have a look at the different stations and their weekday offerings. This time out the year on year and book on book are explored.
I’m not ignoring our friends down South, it’s just that time is the enemy in the days that the results are released. I know there’s terrific interest in the region, but the interest in the national picture is stronger, so i have to go with that first. Having said that, here’s some data on Cork: […]
A brief look at the Local/Regional Stations: The regional stations like Beat and iRadio NW do well in their areas coming second to the home local stations and in front of RTE1 and seem to be on a continuing upward trajectory. In the home locals there are a myriad of stories, all depend on where […]
Year on Year Book On Book Station 15Q2 14Q2 +/- +/- 15Q1 +/- +/- Any Radio 84% 3009 83% 2982 1% 27 84% 3009 0% 0 Region/Local/M-City 58% 2078 57% 2054 1% 24 58% 2034 0% 44 Any National 46% 1670 46% 1641 […]
There’s very little in terms of reporting this month. It marks the half way point and these will be the last figures to go towards the Jan-June 2015 ABC . Nothing would make me happier than to be reporting the six month figures, but we have to wait another forty one days until the Old […]