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Radio ratings: Sydney – Austereo stays on top

Austereo’s 2Day FM remains the dominant Sydney music station while 2GB has retained the AM crown in the latest set of radio ratings published this morning.

2GB has a 14.3% share of the listening market according to the ratings from Nielsen. 2Day FM has 10.1%.  

DMG’s rebranded Classic rock barely moved – up just 0.1% from 2.7% to 2.8%.

Austereo’s Triple M was up from 4.3% to 4.9%

In the competitive breakfast slot, The Kyle & Jackie O show remains the number one music station, although it fell by 0.8% to an 11.8% share.

Nova’s breakfast show – which sees Ricki-Lee Coulter depart at the end of the year – was up from 7.2% to 7.5%.

Meanwhile the clear leader at breakfast remains 2GB’s Alan Jones with a 17.7% share, down slightly on the last suirvey’s 18%.

In drivetime, 2Day FM’s Hamish & Andy, who finish their daily slot sat the end of the year, remained number one in Sydney with 13%.

Austereo boss Guy Dobson told Mumbrella: “We’re pretty happy with things. Hamish & Andy held up well and our next priority is Triple M, where I think we’ve got some more growth yet to come.”

Sydney’s weekly radio share:

  • 2GB: 14.3% -0.9
  • 2DAY: 10.1% -0.5
  • ABC702: 8.9% -0.2
  • WSFM: 7.7% +0.2
  • 2CH: 7.1% +0.7
  • NOVA969: 7.0% -0.1
  • 2UE : 5.9% -0.5
  • 2MMM: 4.9% +0.6
  • 2JJJ: 4.8% 0.0
  • MIX106.5: 3.9% -1.0
  • 2RN: 2.9% + 0.7
  • ABCFM: 2.9% +0.3
  • Classic Rock: 2.8% +0.1
  • NEWSR: 2.6% +0.3
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