Brisbane Radio Ratings 2022, Survey 7: Stav, Abby and Matt take #1 brekkie

SCA Brisbane Radio Ratings

SENQ stays steady in its second survey

Brisbane Radio Ratings, Survey Period:
Sun Aug 14 to Sat Sept 17 & Sun Sept 25 to Sat Oct 29

UP: 4BH +0.1

B105 13.2% (13.3%)

Cume: 675,000 (+7,000)
2021 results: Best/worst
Best 10+ 11.1% (8.3%)
Best Breakfast 11.3% (8.3%)

After some strong lifts recently, B105 has dropped slightly. The station is down 0.1 points with a 13.2% share. Despite the drop, it keeps the title as #1 overall station in the Brisbane market.

The station’s breakfast show of Stav, Abby and Matt come out as the top breakfast show in the market, lifting 0.3 points for a 13.9% share,  taking the crown from Nova.

In drive, Carrie Bickmore and Tommy Little have dropped 1.3 points in their daypart for a share of 12.8%, also keeping them second to Nova. The station has remained #1 in 25-39.

Nova 106.9 12.7% (13.1%)

Cume: 714,000 (-53,000)
2021 results: Best/worst
Best 10+ 11.7% (9.7%)
Best Breakfast 13.1% (10.7%)

Nova has dropped 0.4 points for a 12.7% share, staying a close second overall behind B105. 

The breakfast team of Ash, Luttsy & Susie O’Neill have lost their title as #1 breakfast show after a dip of 1.1 points, with a share of 13.0%. Nova continues to dominate the drive slot with the national team of Kate, Tim and Joel lifting a point. The show’s total share now sits at 16.5%, keeping the title of #1 overall drive. Nova has remained #1 in the 10-17, and 18-24.

104.5 Triple M 11.0% (11.2%)

Cume: 516,000 (+0,000)
2021 results: Best/worst
Best 10+ 10.2% (8.6%)
Best Breakfast 10.2% (7.9%)

Keeping its place as third station overall in this survey, Triple M has dipped 0.2 points for a total share of 11.0%. The Big Breakfast with Marto, Margaux, and newcomer Dan Anstey has dropped 0.2 points for a total share of 11.3%. The drive show, The Rush Hour with Liesel, Liam & Dobbo is down 0.8 points to 9.4%, making them third in the timeslot. 

KIIS 97.3FM 9.8% (10.9%)

Cume: 528,000 (-53,000)
2021 results: Best/worst
Best 10+ 11.2% (9.3%)
Best Breakfast 11.2% (9.3%)

This survey saw KIIS drop 1.1 points, staying steady as fourth station overall with a share of  9.8%. In breakfast,  Robin, Terry & Kip have dipped 1.4 points for a 9.1% share. In drive, Will and Woody have dropped 0.9 points for a total of 8.9%.

4BH 8.4% (8.6%)

Cume: 202,000 (+10,000)
2021 results: Best/worst
Best 10+ 3.2% (2.0%)
Best Breakfast 2.5% (1.6%)

After going up a huge 4.0 points in survey 6 and 3.3 points in survey 5, 4BH seems to be stabilising with a slight dip of 0.2. 

Breakfast with Bob Gallagher lifted 0.9 points, bringing the show to a total share of 7.8%.

The station’s biggest demo is 65+, where it has a 23.2% share.

4BC 8.2% (8.1%)

Cume: 275,000 (-8,000)
2021 results: Best/worst
Best 10+ 8.0% (6.0%)
Best Breakfast 10.7% (7.2%)

Nine’s 4BC is up 0.1 points for a total share of 8.2%.

Having come over to the Nine station from the now defunct 4KQ brand in July, breakfast with Laurel, Gary & Mark has dipped a point for a share of 10.8% – leaving them #4 overall in the daypart. Previous breakfast host Neil Breen has moved to the drive slot, where he’s up 1.0 points. 

SENQ 0.4% (0.4%)

Cume: 21,000 (-7,000)

After debuting last survey, SENQ has stayed steady with a total share of 0.4%. There has been a slight dip in cume, down to 21,000. Breakfast with Pat and Heals has lifted 0.1 points for a share of 0.6%.

The frequency previously operated as 4KQ, but ACMA broadcast regulations meant ARN had to divest the Brisbane AM licence after the acquisition of Grant Broadcasters. In its last survey as 4KQ, the station had a share of 10.2% and a cume of 304,000.

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