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Dublin battle for listeners still rages

The battle is still on for Dublin listeners, particularly in the wake of last week's radio listenership report.

27th August, 2005

The battle is still on for Dublin listeners, particularly in the wake of last week's radio listenership report. There were substantial gains and losses in the capital, with Q102 making major strides, while 98FM faltered.

The most headline-grabbing segment of the report - on Eamon Dunphy's performance - showed that the garrulous presenter's Dublin audience was growing, but not by as much as was hoped when he was hired by Newstalk 106 last year.

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