Today RAJAR announced 48.2 million adults, 89% of the adult UK population tuned into their selected radio stations each week in the third quarter of 2016. This is up by approximately 320,000 adults on the same Quarter of last Year (Q3, 2015). The total average number of weekly hours listened to radio for this quarter is 1.038 billion. DIGITAL LISTENING HOURS In an average week, digital listening accounts for 472 million hours; DAB has a 71% share of digital listening hours, Online 18% and DTV 11%. We have put together a brief overview of the top line stats. Wales Heart South Wales continues to be the number one commercial radio station in Wales with 484,000 listeners (up 24,000 listeners) 25%, tuning in every week. Capital South Wales gained 12,000 additional listeners, reaching 201,000 listeners per week Unfortunately, it wasn’t such a successful Quarter for The Wave, who lost 13,000 listeners, although they still achieve a strong reach of 29% Radio Pembrokeshire continues to achieve the highest weekly reach of any radio station in Wales at 36% Listening hours remain strong for Smooth South Wales with the average person listening for 13.6 hours a week – an increase of over an hour per listener a week. Capital North Wales saw an increase in listeners where Heart North Wales saw a loss of listeners. National Capital still remains on top as London’s most popular station with 2.01m listeners, whilst Kiss stays in second place with 1.8m people tuning in. Magic has overtaken Heart for third place with 1.8m and LBC 97.3 has fallen behind in 5th place with 991,000 listeners. Digital figures remain consistent – 45.5%...
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