Mediaweek Podcast – Radio Industry – Ep 5

Mediaweek’s Radio Industry Podcast
Episode 005
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* James Manning – Editor – Mediaweek
* Brenden Wood – Moderator

* Nielsen releases capital city radio survey 3 results for 2009
* Austereo executive Guy Dobson’s review of the Mediaweek podcasts
* On survey day Ray Hadley analyzes the full Sydney radio ratings results on his 2GB morning show
* 2GB posts another good result in Sydney
* Unusual swings in Sydney’s younger demographics
* WS FM & 2CH remain steady
* Triple M Sydney drop from 2.8% to 2.4%. Roy & HG are picking up some traction.
* Sydney weekend radio ratings
* Hamish & Andy’s drive time success
* Sonia Kruger & Todd McKenney’s breakfast show performance on Mix 106.5
* Fox FM’s 1.26M cumulative audience
* Matt Tilley’s success and his gotcha calls
* Melbourne breakfast radio results at Triple M, Vega 91.5, Gold 104, Mix 101.1, Nova
* Love God’s ratings result in Melbourne radio
* Drive time ratings results for the new shows on Nova and Gold 104
* SEN’s ratings results and Grant Thomas’ sacking
* 4BC and Triple M breakfast shows drop in Brisbane
* Life after John Laws for 4BC
* Spencer Howson on 612 ABC breakfast show is rating well
* Nova 106.9’s breakfast show anchor is expected to depart the show in August
* Content Director of B105 Mitch Braund has lead the radio station back into strong #2 position in Brisbane
* Ratings analysis of AM stations 4BH and 4KQ
* Adelaide talk station 5AA is now rating a 12.8% – in previous years 5AA has rated in the 17% to 18% range
* Mix 102.3 is now Adelaide’s #1 FM station
* Triple M Adelaide’s breakfast show Kym, Ali & Dezelde are now Adelaide’s #1 FM breakfast show
* Nova 91.9 breakfast show increases .9%
* Local & live night shows on ABC 891 and 5AA rate very well
* ABC 891’s two year build for 2009
* Mix 94.5 still #1 in Perth
* Fairfax Radio says that 6PR ratings result was due to local issues
* Simon Beaumont rises 2% on 6PR mornings
* 6PR’s legendary radio presenters Howard Sattler, Bob Maumill & Graham Mabury
* Will DMG Perth general manager Gary Roberts give Mediaweek a hard time for comments in this podcast?
* 92.9’s is the victim of a wild swing in the 18-24 age demo
* Austereo’s Hamish & Andy and The Big Couch are Perth’s #1 & #2 drive shows in Perth – carving out a combined share of 36%!
* Find out what happened when James Manning went shopping for a digital radio in Sydney
* Harvey Norman’s digital radio advertising blitz
* Early feedback is showing that talk radio sounds much clearer on digital radio
* Digital radio launches in Brisbane on Mon 25th May
* Vega 91.5 sends out a listener survey – they are asking listeners to monitor Vega 91.5 for a week and then fill out a questionnaire

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