Our analysis of the networks and cities for Radio Ratings Survey 4.
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In Perth HIT92.9 was rock steady on 11.0 giving the HIT brand a no loss report card for Survey 4 while MIX94.5 was the only station that might tarnish the day having lost it’s number one spot to NOVA.
In Perth, 96fm seems to be making a comeback, up +0.5 to a 9.4 share overall.
In Sydney, Talking Lifestyle has been steadily losing share since its conversion from 2UE and is now down to just 2.9.
When adding up all the gains and losses across the five metro markets the result is +0.5 gain for the network.
Market leader 2GB increased its lead, up 0.5 to 11.9%.
ABC Sydney moved into second place with a gain of 0.6 taking it to 9.5% overall.
Last survey smooth was in a close second place, just 0.1 behind 2GB. The gap widened this survey and smooth dropped to third place on 9.1%.
Fourth placed WSFM gained 0.9 to 8.6%, followed by Nova969 on 8.0, up 0.4.
2GB remains in top place at breakfast with 13.9% in that timeslot, ABC Sydney is second in breakfast with 11.9% and KIIS is third overall in the timeslot, and the top FM breakfast show.
Nova has the number one drive show, with Kate, Tim and Marty at 11.7% in that timeslot, followed by Smooth, ABC Sydney then 2GB.
Nova won the 10-39 age groups, WSFM won 40-54s and 2GB won the over 55 demographics.
Fox retained second place, up 0.1 to 9.9% overall.
Smooth fm came in at third place, up 0.1 to 9.4%, just ahead of ABC Melbourne, steady in fourth place on 9.2%.
Gold FM was fifth with 8.9%, up 0.8.
Triple J had the biggest gain of the survey in this market, rising 0.9 to 5.1%.
3AW won the breakfast timeslot, ahead of ABC Melbourne then Fox, which was number one FM breakfast. 3AW won drive, followed by Hamish and Andy on Fox FM.
Fox won all the 10-39 age demographics, Gold won 40-54s, 3AW won the over 55s.
Nova 1069 retained top spot with 14.1%, despite falling 1.7 share points overall.
Second placed 97.3FM gained 1.2 to 12.5%.
Hit105 was third, up 0.4 to 11.4%.
ABC Brisbane came in fourth, down 0.3 to 8.5%, overtaking 4KQ, which dropped to fifth place, down 1.6 to 7.4%.
97.3 won breakfast, just head of Nova, then Hit105 and ABC Brisbane coming in at number 1 AM station at breakfast.
Nova won drive, followed by 97.3 and Hit.
Nova won the 10-39 demographics, 97.3 won 40-54s, 4KQ won 55-64s and ABC Brisbane won the over 65 age group.
FIVEaa slipped from its number one position after a fall of 0.6 this survey. Cruise1323 suffered the biggest fall o fthe surveyh, down 1.6 share points, while Hit107 had the biggest rise, gaining 1.1 share points overall.
Mix 102.3 regained top position, up 0.7 to 12.8%, followed by FIVEaa, down 0.6 to 11.7%.
Third placed Triple M gained 0.7 to 10.9%.
ABC Adelaide was in fourth place, down 0.6 to 10.5%, followed by Hit 107 on 10.1%.
ABC Adelaide won breakfast, ahead of FIVEaa then Mix, which was number one FM in the breakfast timeslot.
Nova won drive, ahead of Mix and Hit. ABC Adelaide had the number one AM drive shift.
Nova won the 10-17 demographic, Hit won 18-39s, Mix won 40-54s, ABC Adelaide won 55-64s and FIVEaa won the over 65s.
Nova937 jumped into top spot on 14.1%, with a gain of 0.4 share points overall.
Mix dropped to second spot on 13.7, down 1.0.
Hit 92.9 was third, steady on 11.0%.
Fourth placed 96fm gained 0.5 to 9.4%.
Triple j was in fifth place on 8.7%, up 0.6, just ahead of local stablemate ABC Perth on 8.6%, a gain of 0.8.
Nova won breakfast, ahead of Hit, Mix and ABC Perth (number 1 AM). Nova won drive.
The 10-17 demographic was won by Nova. Hit won 18-24s, Nova won 25-39s, Mix won 40-54s and ABC Perth won the over 55s.