Thursday August 13, 2020

Business of Media: Competition on the airwaves set to sizzle

Aside from the ups and downs for personalities, the JNLR figures contained some good news for radio and some trends to which national stations will have to pay attention.

3rd February, 2013
'If listenership levels stay where they are nationally, the medium should pick up well when the wider economy does eventually improve.'

The gains and losses made by Ireland's radio personalities were the focus of much JNLR radio listenership coverage last week. Today FM's Ian Dempsey and Matt Cooper, for example, saw little change year on year, although they did record falls from October figures.

It was a difficult week for Ryan Tubridy personally, with the loss of his father, while his radio show on 2FM continues to be a concern for RTE bosses, as numbers were...

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