ABC Jazz Reigns in Sydney DAB+ Ratings
Melbourne digital audiences took to Double J, which nabbed the top spot with a share of 65 percent, gaining 7 percentage points to overtake Triple M Classic Rock, which recorded a 48 percent share with a loss of 15 percent.
The 80s iHeartRadio came in second with 61 percent, and ABC put in a strong showing, with its Jazz station taking a 44 percent share and ABC Extra gaining 6 percentage points.
In Adelaide, Buddha Hits Radio and The 90s iHeartRadio both recorded 21 percent audiences shares, with Oldskool Hits Radio gaining 6 points to take second place on 20 percent. Double J maintained its 17 percent share, while ABC Grandstand on 7 percent lost 4 percentage points.
ABC Jazz continues its reign, up 5 points for the lion’s share of Sydney digital audiences with 86 percent. Edge Digital came in second on 61 percent despite seeing an 11 percent loss, and triple j Unearthed gained 5 percentage points for an overall share of 39 percent.
Triple M Classic Rock gained ground in the Brisbane market, up 9 points to take the top spot with a 30 percent overall share. Coles Radio dropped 10 points to 28 percent, while smooth recorded the biggest overall gains with a 10 percent increase in audience share for a total of 25 percent.
And in Perth, OldSkool Hits Radio tied with smooth on 28 percent, with Double J down a point on 24 percent.
The DAB+ summary report shows the cumulative audience for digital only stations, which is the total number of different (unique) people who listen to a DAB+ only radio station in that market for at least eight minutes (one quarter-hour), in a defined period.
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