With the sixth radio ratings survey of the year released, SCA chief content officer Dave Cameron celebrated the achievements of the brand’s stations throughout the country.
Cameron, said: “SCA’s metro radio stations are now equal No.1 share 10+ nationally, driven by record-breaking national cume results for the Triple M network with a 3.199 million weekly audience. That’s more listeners than Triple M nationally has ever had, including returning to an outright No.1 station and Breakfast show in Adelaide.
“Individually, we have again seen all-time record audience cume results smashed for Triple M Sydney, Triple M Brisbane, and Mix 94.5 in Perth. Likewise, Triple M footy broadcast results nationally have blitzed our competitors in a spectacular season of AFL and NRL, alongside all five Triple M Rush Hour Drive shows increasing their audience share.
“Across the Hit Network, The Fox has maintained its strong No.2 FM overall result in Melbourne, alongside also achieving several No. 2 Breakfast show results on The Fox, SAFM Adelaide, B105 Brisbane, and Mix94.5 Perth. The Hit Network’s Carrie and Tommy continue to dominate 25-54 All People cume.
“Overall, another great day for SCA’s metro stations continuing to deliver a No.1 in target 25-54 All People national result, and the No.1 DAB station nationally with Oldskool 90’s, and the No.1 podcast in Australia with LiSTNR’s Hamish & Andy. The power of SCA’s premium show and sport talent across the country continues to drive some of our biggest results ever.”
In Sydney, Triple M largely stayed steady in share with a lift of 0.1 points, the station has seen the biggest cume lift of any commercial station in Sydney, up 64,000.
In breakfast, Mick Molloy and Mark ‘MG’ Geyer are sitting at 5.5% after gaining 0.1 points. Drive was up 1.2 points.
Down 0.3 points, 2Day FM recorded a 4.8% share in the Sydney radio ratings. The Breakfast Shift with Hughesy, Ed and Erin stayed flat, remaining on a 4.6% share.