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Radio Survey 2 Update


  • 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.

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