Wednesday 24 May 2017

The rise and fall of the radio stars

Going up:



Morning Ireland, RTE Radio 1 – 4,000 extra brings listenership to 460,000



Pat Kenny , RTE Radio 1 – 1,000 extra brings listenership to 327,000



Mary Wilson, Drive Time – 6,000 extra beings total to 245,000



Miriam O’Callaghan, Miriam Meets – 8,000 extra brings her up to 279,000



Going down:



Ryan Tubridy, 2FM – 16,000 drop brings listenership to 186,000



Ian Dempsey, Today FM – 14,000 fall brings him to 152,000



Derek Mooney, RTE Radio 1 – 5,000 drop to 229,000



Matt Cooper, Today FM – 9,000 fall to 155,000



George Hook, Newstalk – 4,000 drop to 119,000



Ray D’Arcy, Today FM – 6,000 fall to 212,000



Joe Duffy, RTE Radio 1 – 4,000 fall to 400,000



Colm Hayes, 2FM – 12,000 fall to 133,000



John Murray, RTE Radio 1 – 2,000 fall to 328,000



Sean Moncrief, Newstalk – 3,000 fall to 89,000



Hector O’hEochagain, 2FM - 7,000 drop to 130,000



Source: JNLR/Ipsos MRBI survey of radio listenership July 2010 to June 2011 compared to figures from April 2010 to March 2011.

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