Mix still on top in Canberra, gains for Hit and triple j: GfK Survey

Mix 106.3 is still the leader in Canberra despite a 1.4 drop in all listeners 10+ and 3.1 in breakfast. The unpopular dumping of Mix’s sister station Hit 104.7’s breakfast team of Ned and Josh late last year has not impacted the station with a 0.4 rise to 15.9 (second overall) for all audiences 10+ and a 0.5 increase in breakfast to 14.0, taking the new pairing of Wilko and Courts (pictured) past Adam Shirley on ABC Radio Canberra who was steady at 13.7.

The station with the largest growth was triple j, up 0.9 to 8.5. 2RN and ABC Classic also saw small gains. In breakfast Mix’s Kristen and Nige remain No 1, triple j was up 1.2 and Stephen Cenatiempo on 2CC was up 2.0 to 6.4.

The most notable loss was on ABC Canberra mornings dropping 7.7 to 8.6. Lish Fejer left the role late last year and was replaced by Georgia Stynes with Stynes having some rebuilding to do with Hit, triple j and even ABC Classic jumping above her.

Cumulative listenership was steady in the ACT with Mix and triple j only notably increasing. Triple j grew by 17K for all audiences 10+ with, perhaps surprisingly, the largest percentage being in the 25-39 age group.

Stephen Cenatiempo Talks it up on 2CC

2CC breakfast show host Stephen Cenatiempo has talked up a storm in the latest GfK radio ratings in Canberra.

The market share for his breakfast show rose by 45%, going from a 4.4 share to a 6.4 share. (GfK Canberra Survey 1 2024, Market Share People 10+ 0530-0900 Mon-Fri)

Stephen Cenatiempo is the winner of 11 Australian commercial radio awards and has been informing and entertaining Canberrans on 2CC since 2020.

2CC Breakfast with Stephen Cenatiempo focusses on local issues of interest and concern to Canberrans.

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