2GB has taken back the number 1 spot in Sydney after losing its top spot in the previous survey for the first time in 18 years to KIIS 1065. 2GB is up 0.8%, while previous champions KIIS have slipped by 0.4%.
In breakfast, Ben Fordham is still the number 2 breakfast show, while being the number 1 AM program with a share of 14.7%. Drive with Chris O’Keefe has shot up 1.1% to 6.8%. The station was up in most demographics, with the biggest rise being 4.3% in the 18-24 demographic.
Kyle and Jackie O are still the number 1 breakfast show with a share of 15.1%, down 0.8% from survey 1, which was their best result ever. Will and Woody remain leaders in drive, with a 13.7% share
The Ray Hadley Morning Show continues to dominate mornings with a 14.3% share, up 0.3 on the previous survey. KIIS then follows with a share of 11.1%, despite a 1.8% fall compared to the previous survey.
Smoothfm remains number 3 in Sydney after falling by 0.6%. In breakfast, Bogart Torelli and Ron Wilson were up 0.6%, while the stations drive timeslot maintained the second highest share of 9.6%.
Triple M has continued its surge up 1.1% on the previous survey, with a total share of 6.1%. This is a positive sign for Mick Molloy and Mark ‘MG’ Geyer with the breakfast timeslot up 0.6%, an increase of 1.4% this year.
Overall, Triple M and 2DAY FM saw the biggest increase up 1.1%, while 2JJJ saw the biggest fall, down 0.9%.
Nine’s 3AW continues its strong run, topping the Melbourne market with a 16.3% share, keeping it over the 16% mark for the second time this year. In breakfast, Ross and Russel dipped 1.6%, but that drop did nothing to dent their lead with a 21.1% share.
Coming off of Gold’s best start to the year in recent Melbourne radio ratings memory, the ARN station has recorded a slight drop of 0.8 points for a total share of 11.6%. Gold recorded a dip in everyday part but holds strong as the leader in the 40-54 demo with a 17.4% share.
Last survey, Fox recorded its best share in any survey since mid-2019. Survey two, has come with a slight dip of 0.5%, but remains a very strong 9.3%. Fifi, Fev and Nick have cracked double figures in breakfast, a record for the show and the best result for breakfast since Survey 5 of 2019.
Nova was another station that dipped across every daypart, and lifted most in the 55-64 demo, up 1.3 points.
The biggest lifter of the survey, SEN was up 0.6 for a 2.4% share. Breakfast was up 0.1 points, bringing in a 2.4% share, whilst the best performer was Evenings with 3.3%. The station was up in all dayparts except Evenings and has lifted in all demos.
4BC had the biggest increase in share. (+1.5.)
The biggest decrease in share went to 4BH. (-0.5.)
The breakfast show of Stav, Abby and Matt increased 1.6 points on B105. In Drive, Carrie Bickmore and Tommy Little increased 0.5 points for a share of 12.0%. The station has remained #1 in 25-39.
Nova continues to dominate the drive slot despite a drop of 0.9 points, with the national team of Ricki-Lee, Tim and Joel finished with a share of 15.1%.
KIIS 97.3FMM had a total share of 10.6%, keeping their position has third in the Brisbane market.
104.5 Triple M leads the 18-24 demographic with a share of 17.5% in that space. The drive show, The Rush Hour with Liesel, Liam & Dobbo had a total share of 9.2%.
Nine’s 4BC best demo is 65+, with the network rating sit best since 2020. Breakfast with Laurel, Gary & Mark is up 0.6 points for a share of 9.0%.
SENQ increased 0.1 points, and a cume liftin from 12,000 to 41,000.
Mix 102.3 has dropped to the #2 station in Adelaide, dropping 0.4 points to take an 11.9% share.
The station’s strongest time slot was the afternoon slot, hosted by Will & Woody, with a 14.5% share, up 0.6 points.
Adelaide’s Triple M station moved up the ranks to start 2023 and now is the top station with a 1.3 point increase.
The breakfast team of Roo, Ditts, and Loz increased by 1.3 points, coming to a total of 14.2%, placing first among the commercial networks.
Nova started 2023 in the second spot but has dropped to third.
The network has dipped across all dayparts, with evenings the only time timeslot rising 0.1 points for an 11.4% share.
In the breakfast slot, David and Will have fallen 0.6 points for a total share of 13.6%. The network is the #2 commercial breakfast show in Adelaide.
In November, Mark ‘Soda’ Soderstrom made 107.1 SAFM Breakfast his new home alongside Rebecca ‘Bec’ Morse. This survey, the breakfast slot increased 0.3% for a 10.6% share.
Carrie Bickmore and Tommy Little’s national drive show decreased 1.6 points, coming fourth in the Adelaide market.
Nova’s Perth station maintains its spot at the top, with a 0.2-point increase from the 1st survey of 2023. For another survey, Nova’s Nathan, Nat & Shaun continue to top the Perth breakfast slot with a 17.5% share, decreasing 1.1 points from the first survey.
Hit Network’s Mix 94.5 has rose to second place by 1.9 points with a share of 13.1%. Mix 94.5’s breakfast line-up of Pete, Matt and Kymba has increased 1.8 points for a 12.2% share, placing second in the breakfast slot this survey.
92.9 Triple M fell 0.6 points, for a 6.1% share, it is now fifth in stations. The station experienced a 1.5 decrease in the 18-24 demo to take an 8.0% share, making it the fourth most popular station in the age group.
6PR rose 0.2 points from the first survey of 2023 for a 6.7% share.