Community Radio’s increased value in WA

The CBAA National Listener Survey for June 2014 has been released, revealing a strong increase in community radio listenership in non-metro areas of WA.
Not only are an estimated 10,000 more people tuning into community stations per week since 2012, the hours spent listening have increased from 10.8 to 13.2.
Listeners strongly value the local information and news services the stations provide as well as the local voices and personalities they air and the sense of involvement they inspire.
100% of community radio listeners surveyed believed that the service was valuable to them.

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