Radio Ratings – Survey 5

onairThe fifth metro radio ratings survey for 2011 was released yesterday; and apart from a change of lead in Brisbane, there were few dramatic changes overall.

In Sydney, 2GB recorded a share of 14.8 per cent (down one point), keeping it ahead of 702 ABC at 10.5 per cent. 2Day FM remained in third place with 9.3 per cent, although it lost the leadership among listeners aged 18-24. There was good news for Nova 96.9 at breakfast, with Merrick & Dools recording a share of 6.4 per cent (up 1.1 points).

After a strong fourth survey, 774 ABC in Melbourne eased back to a share of 11.9 per cent (down 1.2 points), behind 3AW on 14.9 per cent who extended their lead.

Brisbane’s 97.3 FM took the lead with a share of 12.6 per cent, ahead of B105 on 11.9 per cent. While Nova 106.9 retained third place with 11.1 per cent.

In Adelaide, 5AA gained 2.1 points to record a share of 16.6 per cent, but second-placed Mix 102.3 also grew to take a share of 15.3 per cent (up 1.9 points).

Perth’s Mix 94.5 fell two points in the survey to record an overall share of 15.1 per cent, but remains ahead of the pack. Nova 93.7 jumped two points to tie with 720 ABC for second place (11.7 per cent), while 92.9 and 6PR followed in fourth and fifth place respectively.

The Nielsen survey covers the period from 8 May – 11 June and 26 June – 30 July.

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