Changes at the top in Canberra: GfK survey | radioinfo

Changes at the top in Canberra: GfK survey

Wednesday 29 April, 2020
Ned & Josh

Hit 104.7 has made significant gains across all sessions, gaining 4.6 overall to 20.0%, dominating the latest GfK survey of the nation’s capital.
Mix 106.3 drifted slightly, down 1.5 to 16.8% with ABC Radio Canberra down 0.3 to 11.2%.
In breakfast Ned & Josh (Hit) picked up 4.3 to jump into the lead with 18.9%, overtaking Lish Fejer (ABC) down 0.6 to 14.8% and Kristen & Nige (Mix) who lost the mantle of #1 in breakfast, and dropped 2.6 to 14.7%.
RN in Canberra was the biggest mover in breakfast, up 5.9 to 15.9% in the survey that covered the period Feb 2 to March 28.
2CC’s move to take Alan Jones for breakfast isn’t showing any signs of success, dropping 0.9 to 4.6%, while the station overall is down 1.0 to 4.5% and only just in front of ABC News on 4.0%.
RN’s overall audience was up 2.8 to 9.4%. Triple j fell 2.3 share points overall, dropping heavily in breakfast since the departure of Ben and Liam, with the Breakfast shift down 4.8 share points to 9.2%.






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Anthony The Koala
29 April 2020 - 10:31am
I've said elsewhere on this site that Fran Kelly (RN sourced from Sydney) has beaten Alan Jones (2GB sourced from Sydney).

This time the listenership of Fran is more than three times of Alan.

The Canberra market is odd such that RN rates higher than commercial talk stations. In other capital cities, RN rates between 2%-3%.

Thank you,
Anthony of exciting Belfield
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