LIVE BLOG: Survey #1 2018, the results are in

Hold onto your headphones. Welcome to the first GfK book of 2018.

Radio Today will bring you all the results and analysis you need to know, from 9:30am AEDT today. And we’re kicking off the year’s first survey with the debut of our live blog; non stop rolling coverage.

Don’t be a stranger. You can join the pop-up chatroom below or use #radioratings on Twitter, to join the conversation. Insightful and colourful contributions will be featured.

All eyes are locked on the competitive national Drive slot and the changing Breakfast landscape in Melbourne, Sydney and Perth, closely followed by triple j’s predictable summer uplift, courtesy of the Hottest 100.

With so much movement in key markets, how will the group content directors react to today’s results?

Follow this live blog all day for their best quotes, our exclusive insights, your top social media posts and network spin.


SYDNEY: 2GB, WSFM and smoothfm top the Sydney leaderboard, KIIS now #3 FM


MELBOURNE: Fox FM back to Melbourne’s #1 FM, big gains for Triple M’s Kennedy Molloy


BRISBANE: Stav, Abby & Matt is now Brisbane’s most listened to FM brekky show


ADELAIDE: Mix strengthens lead overall, ABC reduces gap for AM breakfast crown to just 0.1


PERTH: Mix leapfrogs Nova to end up on top at Breakfast, 6PR takes a hit in Drive


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David Moon
13 Mar 2018 - 9:32 am

Hi guys,

Just wondering how the new look SEN went in survey #1 under the management of Craig Hutchison and the Rothfield Boys

Pete
13 Mar 2018 - 9:38 am

How did Hutchy’s SEN 1116 perform after all the line-up changes and sackings???

Radio Today Fan
13 Mar 2018 - 10:34 am

Love the new format. Perhaps make it clear when re-publishing the highlights as sent by the network. Indicate that the info is supplied by the network (it almost looks like your commentary).

Otherwise this is how it should be done!

radionerd
13 Mar 2018 - 12:48 pm

Going by the Sydney Breakfast ratings a whole lot of Nova and Kiis listeners changed to the ABC. Sorry, but I find that very hard to believe.

nick bartlett
13 Mar 2018 - 3:02 pm

radionerd – I think you find that what is more likely to have happened at breakfast is that Nova and KIIS listeners did not listen for as long as they did in the previous survey. And those tuned into 702 listened for longer. You don’t need to lose listeners for ratings to fall, you just need listeners to listen for shorter periods of time.