So, the dust is settling in the minor rounds of whatever code you follow.
There are always surprise inclusions in the top eight and some big improvers.
With Survey 5 released tomorrow whose hard work will have paid off and who will have dropped off the pace?
In the 4th radio ratings survey Perth had a new market leader with Nova jumping Mix 94.5 for top spot and Mix 102.3 regained the lead from FIVEaa in Adelaide.
It was a pretty good survey for SCA with steady gains from eight out of 10 stations.
For Nova Entertainment, last survey was also a pretty good one topped, as mentioned by the news that its Perth franchise had knocked off Mix for first place.
Sydney’s smooth relinquished all of its gains in Survey 3 being brought back to earth on a 9.1 share but it was still #1 FM and #3 overall in the market.
ARN’s Head of content, Duncan Campbell is used to mixed bags for his networks.
In Sydney, WSFM went up by a solid +0.9 to land on an 8.6 share overall, ahead of sister KIIS106.5 on an 8.1 which shed -0.3.
It was an up and down affair in Melbourne too.
Will anyone emulate the Swans tremendous rise into the AFL’s top eight after losing its first six games?
All will be clear tomorrow 9.30am AEST.
radioinfo will have all the figures and analysis alongside interviews with network heads and PR spin.