Canberra Radio Ratings 2023, Survey 1: Mix 106.3 keeps its crown

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Big lifts for Mix 106.3 and Hit 104.7

Canberra Radio Ratings GfK Survey 1
Survey Period: Sun Jan 29 to Sat Mar 25

UP: MIX 106.3 +3.6

MIX 106.3 24.2% (20.6%)

ARN’s Mix106.3 remains the top Canberra commercial network for another survey, lifting 3.6 points for a 24.2% share.

The breakfast slot with Kristen and Nige remains the top breakfast show in the region with a 22.7% share, a rise of 4.1 points from the last survey. Mix 106.3’s mornings with Nige and then Pat are even stronger with a 29.4% share, a lift of 4.5 points. In the later part of the day, Drive experienced a fall of 0.5 points to reach a share of 21.7%, but remains Canberra’s top overall drive program. 

The station dominates among the 10-17, 40-54, and 55-64 demographics.

HIT 104.7 17.5% (14.4%)

SCA’s Hit104.7 gained 3.1 points this survey for a share of 17.5%, while dominating the 18-24 demographic with a 45.2% share. 

The network’s strongest program was Hit104.7’s mornings slot with a 20.6% share – a rise of 6.3 points. 

Breakfast with Ned and Josh lifted 2.3 points for a 16.4% share.

2CA 6.9% (6.4%)

2CA experienced a 0.5 point gain to place it third among the commercial networks. The network had the strongest hold on the 55-64 demographic with a 13.4% share. 

2CA’s breakfast show, The Classic Breakfast with Holmsey & Scotty, was up 3.2 points for a share of 7.0%. 

2CC 4.8% (4.7%)

2CC was up 0.1 points to reach a 4.8% share. The weekend slot performed the best for the network with a 5.7% share. The station’s strongest demo was 65+ with a 10% share.

See Also: Canberra Radio Ratings 2022, Survey 3: Mix 106.3 maintains spot at the top

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