B&T’s Radio Ratings Round Up!

B&T’s Radio Ratings Round Up!
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It’s the second survey of the year, and despite radio star Chrissie Swan being baffled by the ratings, we’ve collated the latest findings from GfK today.

Melbourne

Breakfast

Movements: 3AW continues to lead the charge, zooming ahead nearly three points. However, ABC nearly dropped three per cent.

First: Macquarie Media Limited’s 3AW with Ross & John – 20.5 per cent. Up 2.7 per cent from survey prior.

Second: ABC’s ABC774 program – 13.6 per cent. Down 2.7.

Third: Southern Cross Austereo (SCA)’s Triple M with The Hot Breakfast – 8.3 per cent. Down 0.2.

Drive

Movements: NOVA’s Kate, Tim & Marty and smoothfm both increased just over one point to 8.6 and 7.3 respectively. ABC’s Triple J dropped a rather large 3.8 per cent, down to 5.1 per cent.

First: Macquarie’s 3AW with Tom Elliot – 11.7 per cent. Up 1.8 from survey prior.

Second: SCA’s FoxFM Hit101.9 with Hamish & Andy – unchanged from 10.5 per cent.

Third: Australian Radio Network (ARN)’s GOLD with Gavin Miller – 8.9 per cent. Down 0.5.

 

Sydney

Breakfast

Movements: The top three remain unchanged from the survey before, but Kyle & Jackie O have dropped down a place to third. ARN’s WSFM with Jonesy & Amanda increased nearly one point, but is still down from rating the duo had when battling with Kyle & Jackie O. Rove & Sam on SCA’s Hit Network maintained a share of 3.0 per cent.

First: Macquarie’s 2GB with Alan Jones – 15.3 per cent. Down 0.7 from past survey.

Second: ABC’s ABC702 – 11.4 per cent. Up 0.9.

Third: ARN’s KIIS1065 with Kyle & Jackie O – 11.3 per cent. Down 1.2.

Drive

Movements: ARN’s KIIS1065 with Hughesy & Kate have maintained first place. ABC 702 and Triple J have switched places since the survey before. SCA’s Hamish & Andy have also increased 1.1 to 6.6.

First: ARN’s KIIS1065 with Hughesy & Kate – 10.7 per cent. Down 0.9 since survey prior.

Second: ABC’s ABC702 – 10.0 per cent. Up 0.2.

Third: ABC’s Triple J – 9.6 per cent. Down 1.0.

 

Perth

Breakfast

Movements: The top three remain unchanged, however NOVA’s Perth brekkie team widened the gap between second and third place.

First: ABC’s ABC720 – 15.5 per cent. Down 0.7 from the survey before.

Second: NOVA Entertainment’s NOVA93.7 with Nathan, Nat & Shaun – 14.4 per cent. Up 1.1.

Third: SCA’s Mix94.5 with Clairsy, Shane & Kymba – 12.0 per cent. Down 1.0.

Drive

Movements: FM dominates the drive slot in Perth radio. There’s been no dramatic movements, bar ABC’s Triple J dropped 1.4 per cent to 10.1. This puts it in fourth place.

First: SCA’s Mix94.5 with Lisa & Pete – 15.2 per cent. Down 0.7.

Second: NOVA’s 93.7 with Kate, Tim & Marty – 15.0 per cent. Down 0.8.

Third: SCA’s Hit 92.9 with Hamish & Andy – 13.9 per cent. Up 0.5.

 

Brisbane

Breakfast

Movements: ARN’s brekkie show smashed it this ratings, increasing nearly two points.

First: ABC’s 612 – 14.6 per cent. Up 0.5 from the survey before.

Second: ARN’s 97.3 with Robin, Terry & Bob – 13.5 per cent. Up 1.9.

Third: NOVA’s 106.9 with Ash, Kip & Luttsy – unchanged from 11.6 per cent.

Drive

Movements: The national drive shows from each network dominated the top three this time around. Hamish & Andy zoomed ahead to take the lead, just pushing NOVA’s Kate, Tim & Marty to second.

First: SCA’s Hit105 with Hamish & Andy – 14.6 per cent. Up 2.1 from the survey before.

Second: NOVA’s 106.9 with Kate, Tim & Marty – 14.5 per cent. Unchanged.

Third: ARN’s 97.3 with Hughesy & Kate – 13.6 per cent. Up 2.3.

 

Adelaide

Breakfast

Movements: ABC continues to reign in the South Australian capital, despite dropping more than a point. ARN’s MIX102.3 pushed itself into second place, up from third the survey before.

First: ABC’s 891 – 17.3 per cent. Down 1.6.

Second: ARN’s Mix102.3 with Jodie & Soda – 12.3 per cent. Up 1.0.

Third: Fiveaa – 11.0 per cent. Down 0.9.

Drive

Movements: ARN’s Mix102.3 has been pushed out of the top three, overtaken by SCA’s TripleM. While not in the top three, ABC’s Triple J dropped a whopping 3.7 per cent.

First: NOVA’s 919 with Lewis & Lowie – 13.7 per cent. Down 0.5 than the survey before.

Second: SCA’s Hit107 with Hamish & Andy – 13.6 per cent. Up 2.5.

Third: SCA’s TripleM with Jars & Louie – 12.3 per cent. Up 2.1.

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