Kyle & Jackie O set another record for listener numbers: Cumes S1

Kyle & Jackie O continue to add audience numbers and have set a new record for a breakfast show in a single market with 842,000 listeners.

Kyle Sandilands says, “We have broken another record.  It’s almost embarrassing – Guinness won’t even take our calls, they’re like “not another record”.  The Kyle and Jackie O radio show has the highest market share of our entire record of being on air.

“We have eclipsed Ben Fordham, he’s dead. We’re on a 15.9% share and I can feel the blood running into my willy now. That’s how excited I am.”

Jackie O added, “Thank you to everyone who listens to the show, we wouldn’t be able to do this without you.  Our listeners are so loyal, and the fact that they continue to grow is very humbling.”

ARN Chief Content Officer, Duncan Campbell, says“Kyle & Jackie O are unstoppable.  They have grown both their share and audience yet again, and their extraordinary numbers, both in today’s survey and yesterday’s podcast ranker report, reflect their ability to engage their audience’s interests better than anyone else.”

Fifi Fev & Nick (Fox) added another 36,000 for 669,000, keeping them in front of Ross & Russel (3AW) who also gained, up by 44,000 to 643,000.

Christian O’Connell (Gold 104.3) added another 42,000 to move into the top 5, just in from of Jase & Lauren (KIIS101.1).

Bogart Torelli (smoothfm 95.3) dropped 114,000 for 471,000 while Ben & Liam (Nova100) have started well, only down by 29,000 to 538,000 after moving into the breakfast slot in Melbourne at the beginning of the year.

The Morning Crew at 2DayFM suffered their first loss in breakfast numbers with Hughsey Ed & Erin down by 35,000, while Triple M Sydney‘s new breakfast show with Mick & MG was up slightly, gaining 14,000 listeners for 338,000 overall.




Fox FM continues to lead all stations and, despite a drop of 70,000 in Survey 1, they have 1.328M, just in front of KIIS 1065 with 1.317M and Gold104.3 on 1.313M.

smoothfm 95.3 was down by 108,000 overall to 1.217M, with Nova 100 dropped 88,000 overall, and 2DayFM was down by 83,000