Canberra Ratings: Mix 106.3 is back on top in the nation’s capital

Former Assistant Editor

Mix 106.3 is the #1 station in Canberra, finishing Survey #2 just ahead of Hit104.7.

The joint venture between ARN and SCA has an 18.2% (+1.2) share among People 10+, with SCA’s Hit just behind on 18% (+0.2).

Mix Breakfast show Kristen & Nige remain #1 on Breakfast as well, having been given the slot earlier this year.

They remain on top despite falling slightly to a 17.1% share (-0.9), while Hit’s Ned & Josh grew to 17% (+1.3).

ABC Canberra was third both overall and on Breakfast.

In his last survey on 2CC Breakfast, Tim Shaw grew to a 5% (+1.0) share. 2CC will now Broadcast Alan Jones’ Breakfast show.

Ben & Liam on triple j grew for the second consecutive survey, up to 11.3% (+1.8).


Hit Network’s combination of Carrie & Tommy, plus Hughesy & Kate, proved a winner on Drive, finishing with a huge 24.3% share (+1.9).

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10 Jul 2019 - 2:54 pm

Man, that Karina is killing it! Such underrated talent.

Congrats Mix!

18 Jul 2019 - 7:27 pm

@ 1206 AM 2CC management: Whatever happened to breakfast radio programs in regional markets (Canberra may be the nations seat of federal government, but most people know it’s regarded by business and the media as a regional media market) being LIVE and Local ? Was it Tim Shaw’s choice to move to drive or was he told this was his only option ? I don’t agree with all his views, however Tim Shaw is a professional and polished broadcaster. I know there is tough competition from ABC Radio Canberra and the two FM Commercial stations AND that there is a market for a politically right wing leaning radio show here in the ACT and surrounding NSW towns. However you should employ locally based on-air talent to host a breakfast show that is more relevant to the local audience. People in Canberra who want to listen to a LIVE Sydney radio program from someone as conservative as Alan Jones should go online to do so.


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