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As JNLR ratings fall, 2FM chases the over-25s

The latest quarterly Joint National Listenership Research (JNLR) hit a nervy radio sector last week like a set of Leaving Certificate results. Under particular pressure this time were RTE’s new head of radio, Clare Duignan, and Martin Block, chief ex

22nd August, 2009

The latest quarterly Joint National Listenership Research (JNLR) hit a nervy radio sector last week like a set of Leaving Certificate results. Under particular pressure this time were RTE’s new head of radio, Clare Duignan, and Martin Block, chief executive of the country’s newest radio station, 4FM.

For Duignan, who moved from RTE television to take over as its top radio executive last February, this is the first JNLR report to...

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