Radio Ratings: Nova’s Kate, Tim & Joel Dominate Drive

Radio Ratings: Nova’s Kate, Tim & Joel Dominate Drive
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The latest radio ratings show some stagnation across the board, but Nova’s Kate, Tim & Joel was on the rise.

In Sydney, 2GB once again lost ground overall. Ben Fordham’s brekkie program stayed number one, but saw a decrease of 0.2 per cent. ABC Sydney also saw decreases in breakfast, and in their overall share, while Kyle & Jackie O’s breakfast had an increase of 2.0 per cent and had their highest ever share of the breakfast ratings.

Down in Melbourne, Ross & Russell continued to dominate breakfast, though saw a decrease of 1.4 in their listenership. Chrissie, Sam & Browny increased to tie third with Christian O’Connell.

Across the board, Nova’s Kate, Tim & Joel gained really significant traction. It saw an increase in Melbourne but still came third for drive overall. However, in Adelaide, Perth, and Brisbane, Kate, Tim & Joel completely dominated the drive arena.

Speaking of Adelaide, the ABC’s Breakfast With Ali Clarke was still number one, but lost some ground to FIVEaa and to Erin Phillips and Soda, which both saw their listenership increase.

One show that lost ground in a number of markets was Triple J’s Hobba & Hing, which slid off the rankings in both Brissy and Perth after performing well last ratings.

In Perth, Nathan, Nat and Shaun continued to dominate brekkie while Russell Clarke snatch third spot in the drive ratings from Hobb & Hing.

Finally in Brisbane, Ash, Kip & Luttsy rocketed up the breakfast ratings to number one from number three, while B105 dropped off the ratings. There were a number of ties up north, with second place for both breakfast and drive ending in a draw.

SYDNEY

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2GB 11.7, last 13.4, down 1.7

smoothfm 95.3, 10.8, last 9.3, up 1.5

ABC Syd 10.1, last 11.8, down 1.7

BREAKFAST

First: 2GB, Ben Fordham Live (13.5, -2.0)

Second: ABCSYD, Breakfast With Wendy Harmer and Robbie Buck (13.1, -0.1)

Third: KIIS1065, Kyle & Jackie O (12.9, +2.0)

DRIVE

First: smoothfm 95.3, Byron Webb (11.1, +1.3)

Second: KIIS 1065 Will & Woody (10.2, +0.2)

Third: ABC Syd, Drive with Richard Glover (9.8, -2.4)

MELBOURNE

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3AW: 15.6 per cent, last 16.9 per cent, down -1.3 per cent

NOVA106.9: 11.1 per cent, last 10.6 per cent, up 0.5 per cent.

4KQ: 10.3 per cent, 11.0, -0.7 per cent

BREAKFAST

First: 3AW Ross and Russell (20.1, -1.4)

Second: ABCMEL Sammy J  (11.1, +0.4)

Third: GOLD104.3 The Christian O’Connell Breakfast Show (8.0,-0.3)

NOVA 100 Chrissie, Sam & Browny (8.0, +0.1)

DRIVE

First: 3AW Drive with Tom Elliot (13.5, -1.2)

Second: GOLD104.3 Gavin Miller (10.6, -0.1)

Third: NOVA100 Kate, Tim & Joel (+1.2)

ADELAIDE

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Mix 102.3, 13.0, last 13.5, down 0.5

NOVA91.9, 11.5, last 10.9, up 0.6

CRUISE1323, 11.1, last 11.2, down 0.1

BREAKFAST

First: ABC ADE, Breakfast with Ali Clarke (14.4, -1.0)

Second: FIVEaa Breakfast with David Penberthy & Will Goodings (13.8, +0.3)

Third: MIX102.3 Erin Phillips & Soda (12.3, +0.3)

DRIVE

First: NOVA 91.9 Kate, Time and Joel (15.8, +1.4)

Second: MIX 102.3 Will & Woody (13.9, +0.9)

Third: CRUISE1323 Mark Elliston  (10.1, -0.2)

PERTH

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NOVA93.7, 13.5, last 13.3, up 0.2

MIX 94.5, 11.9, last 12.6, down 0.7

96FM, 11.1, last 10.7, up 0.4

BREAKFAST

First: NOVA 93.7 Nathan, Nat & Shaun (15.0, +0.1)

Second: MIX 94.5 Pete, Matt & Kymba (12.1, -0.1)

Third: 6PR Breakfast With Gareth Parker (11.3, -0.6)

DRIVE

First: NOVA 93.7 Kate, Tim & Joel  (17.1, +1.9)

Second: MIX94.5 Carrie and Tommy (12.7, +0.4)

Third: 96FM, Russell Clarke (12.0, +1.9)

BRISBANE

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NOVA 106.9, 11.1, last 10.6, up 0.5

4KQ, 10.3, last 11.0, down 0.7

104.5 Triple M, 10.2, last 10.0, up 0.2

BREAKFAST

First: NOVA 106.9, Ash, Kip, Luttsy & Susie O’Neill (12.0, +0.8)

Second: 4KQ Laurel, Gary & Mark (10.3, -1.7)

ABC Bris Breakfast with Craig Zonca and Loretta Ryan (10.3, -0.1)

Third: 104.5 Triple M The Big Breakfast With Marto And Margaux  (10.2, 0.0)

DRIVE

First: NOVA 106.9 Kate, Tim & Joel (15.3, +2.0)

Second: B105  Carrie & Tommy (10.8, -0.2)

97.3FM Will & Woody (10.8, +0.7)

Third: 104.5 Triple M Molloy (9.8, -0.5)

 

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