Our analysis of the networks and cities in this survey period, which included the football grand finals.
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WSFM and 2GB lost the most this survey, while ABC Sydney and KIIS had the biggest gains.
In the finals footy season it is traditional for talk/sport stations with footy call rights to increase, and for music stations to dip. This happened to ABC Sydney, but not to 2GB. The survey dates corresponded with Alan Jones’ Opera House issue and came just a week after the Wagner defamation case defamation verdict.
2GB easily retained top position, down 1.3 share points but still well ahead of the pack on 14.1%.
Second placed Smooth FM lost 0.5 to 8.8%, a tie with ABC Sydney, which moved into equal second place after jumping 1.3 share points to 8.8%.
KIIS moved third placed into third place, gaining 1.3 to 8.6%.
WSFM toppled from second place last survey to fourth place this time, down 1.8 to 8.2%.
Nova was fifth, up 0.4 to 7.9%.
2GB won breakfast (17.5%, down 1.5), followed by a tied ABC and KIIS, seven points behind (10.7%). 2GB won all other shifts except drive, which was won by Nova.
Nova won the 10-24 demographics, KIIS won 25-39s, WS won 40-54s, 2GB won the over 55s.
It was a very stable survey in Melbourne, with no movement above one share point. The top 4 rankings remained the same as last survey.
3AW topped the survey with 14.5%, up 1 share point.
Smooth was second, slightly down by 0.1 to 9.8%.
Fox and Gold tied for third place with 9.5%.
Fourth placed was ABC Melbourne, up 0.3 to 9.4%.
Triple M gained 0.6 to 7.1% in fifth place.
3AW won breakfast ahead of ABC Melbourne. 3AW won all other shifts except drive, which was won by Fox.
Fox won 10-39s, Gold won 40-54s, 3AW won the over 55s.
Nova and 97.3 fell the most this survey, giving Triple M the chance to grab top spot. 4BC and 4KQ had the biggest rises.
Triple M gained 0.4, moving to tpo position on 11.6%.
Nova lost 1.1 to 11.5%, slipping into second place.
Hit105 lost 0.4 and moved into third position with 11.3%.
97.3fm dropped 1.3 share points, down to 9.6% in fourth position.
4KQ gained 0.8 and retained fifth position with 8.9%.
An increase of 0.8 moved Triple M into the winning position in breakfast after the previous leader, sister station Hit105, dropped significantly in that timeslot. Triple M won mornings, Hit won afternoons and drive, Nova won evenings and weekends.
Nova won 10-24s, Hit won 25-39s, Triple M won 40-54s and 4KQ won the over 55 demographics.
FIVEaa was the biggest loser this survey, with Cruise and triple j scoring the biggest gains.
Mix retained top position despite a drop of 0.6 to 13.0%.
Second placed FIVEaa fell 1.9 share points to 10.9%.
Cruise moved into third place with a strong gain of 1 share point delivering 10.2% overall.
ABC Adelaide was steady on 10% in fourth place, followed by Nova, up 0.8 to 9.6%.
FIVEaa retained breakfast ahead of ABC Adelaide, despite dropping one share point in that timeslot. Mix won mornings, afternoons, drive and weekends. FIVEaa won evenings.
Nova won 10-24s, Hit won 25-39s, Mix won 40-54s, Cruise and ABC Adelaide tied for dominance of the 55-64s and ABC Adelaide won the over 65s.
The Perth market has a new leader. Nova jumped into first place while previosu leader Mix slipped slightly.
6iX had the biggest gain this survey, up one share point to 5.8%. ABC Perth dropped slightly, down 0.6 share points to 7.7%
Nova gained 0.9 to 14.4% and grabbed the top spot.
Previous leader Mix94.5 lost 0.2 to move into second place on 13.9%.
Hit dropped 0.4 to 10.4%, followed by triple j, up 0.4 to 8.7%.
Fifth placed 6PR gained 0.9 to 7.8% pushing ABC Perth down to sixth position.
Mix won breakfast ahead of 6PR. Mix also won mornings and afternoons. Nova won drive and evenings, Mix won weekends.
Nova won 10-17s, triple j won 18-24s, Nova won 25-54s, Mix won 55-64s and ABC Perth won the over 65s.