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Morning Ireland added a few listeners as did John Murray (although absent for a large portion of the survey). In what’s now a very competitive morning slot Séan O’Rourke managed an increase of 6,000 on last year’s figure – but it’s only fair to say that it is down 7,000 on the previous survey (Q3) when he was only a month in the job. When Pat filled that slot he was pulling in around 320/30 thousand. He’s now in Newstalk and could be attracting about 150,000 to 130,000 if the maths are in his favour. This would mean that RTE1 has held firm and retained/won listeners and Newstalk have done likewise, then who is suffering?
Still, given the publicity surrounding the Kenny move to Newstalk, I’d say Donnybrook will be happy enough with that number.
In the lunchtime Ronan Collins added 19,000 listeners (+9%) but then everything seems to go south. News at One lost 11,000 and Joe Duffy is the second bigest faller with a 21,000 (-5%) drop only surpassed by Drivetime which is down 23,000 (-9%).

TimeProgrammeStation2013_42012_4‘+/-%
07.00-09.00Morning IrelandRTE 144944182%
09.00-10.00John MurrayRTE 132432310%
10.00-12.00P.K./S.O’R.RTE 132732162%
12.00-13.00Ronan CollinsRTE 1230211199%
13.00-13.45News at OneRTE 1349360-11-3%
13.45-15.00LivelineRTE 1399420-21-5%
15.00-16.30MooneyRTE 1219221-2-1%
16.30-19.00DrivetimeRTE 1242265-23-9%
19.00-20.00Arena*RTE 12232-10-31%

RTE1 2013 Q4

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