Jim Carroll

Music, Life and everything else

Winners and losers

It’s interesting to note how yesterday’s JNLR figures impact on some individual shows as opposed to the station’s market share and reach. Going up: Ray D’Arcy (Today FM) – up 4,000 listeners Tom Dunne (Today FM) – up 3,000 listeners …

Fri, May 18, 2007, 12:07

   

It’s interesting to note how yesterday’s JNLR figures impact on some individual shows as opposed to the station’s market share and reach.

Going up:

Ray D’Arcy (Today FM) – up 4,000 listeners

Tom Dunne (Today FM) – up 3,000 listeners

Going down:

Gerry Ryan (2FM) – a whopping 15,000 listeners turned off during the period under review, joining the 51,000 listeners who abandoned Radio Gerry in 2005

Ian Dempsey (Today FM) – down 3,000 listeners

Pat Kenny (RTE Radio One) – down 8,000 listeners

Ryan Tubridy (RTE Radio One) – down 15,000 listeners

Morning Ireland (RTE Radio One) – down 18,000 listeners

The Last Word (Today FM) – down 5,000 listeners

Drivetime (RTE Radio One) – down 9,000 listeners

My favourite quote from the round of spin which always goes hand in hand with a new JNLR book? The reaction of RTE radio’s big cheese Anna Leddy:

“I am looking forward to the August book which will give us a fuller picture of the impact of schedule changes on both RTÉ Radio 1 and RTÉ 2FM.”

She won’t be the only one. Hi John.

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