Who’s happiest with the latest JNLR figures?


“Radio, someone still loves you!”  According to the latest JNLR figures, almost 83% of the island of Ireland, that’s 2.9 million people, listen to their favourite radio stations every day.  Here’s a look at some of those who can be quite happy with their latest figures.  RTÉ Radio One dominates the top 20  The latest JNLR […]

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JNLR regional focus: 3 stations that came out on top


The regional stations were the real winners of yesterday’s JNLR survey results.  It seems that listenership figures are up almost across the board in regional stations.  From Clare to Kildare, CEOs and presenters were shouting their results from the roof tops. Here’s 3 that did particularly well: Beat 102-103 The JNLR survey results were exceptionally […]

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JNLR – What you need to know


To keep on top of the media in Ireland, you need to know what’s popular and what’s a flop. The JNLR figures are great insight into the minds and ears of Irish audiences. We have sifted through the latest figures and the top shows. Here’s what you need to know. 1.Listenership Nationwide The good news […]

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5 on Friday: Radio’s rising stars


We look at the movers and shakers of Irish radio in this week’s 5 on Friday feature. Here are five of Ireland’s brightest radio stars: Alistair McConnell – Researcher, RTÉ Radio One Former editor of DIT’s student newspaper, The Edition, Alistair McConnell is now a researcher for Today with Sean O’Rourke. The show has attracted […]

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Local legends – JNLR regional focus


We look at who is getting the local listeners, according to the latest JNLR survey. It was good news all round for Ireland’s regional stations in the latest JNLR survey, which confirmed that local radio continues to be a strong performer in the individual radio markets across the country.

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JNLR’s battle of the breakfast shows


The results of the latest JNLR survey are in. MediaHQ.com looks at who is dominating the airwaves first thing in the morning. Irish audiences continue to listen to a significant amount of radio every day, tuning in for an average four hours during prime air time. The national listenership remains at an impressive 83 per […]

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Radio stunts: The good, the bad, the funny


MediaHQ.com dissects a selection of radio stunts from 2015 ahead of the release of the latest JNLR listenership figures. Which stunts paid off and which fell on deaf ears? Tomorrow’s figures will tell.

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It’s that time of the year again! #JNLR


Today’s JNLR report detailed the figures for the third quarter of 2015. The report, which covers the 12-month period from October 2014 to September 2015, suggests that a whopping 3 million Irish people tune in to the radio every day. That’s a sum total of 83% of the population.

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Sponsorship deals not as lucrative for female shows


Last week’s JNLR coup for top RTÉ presenters Claire Byrne, Marian Finucane and Miriam O’Callaghan revealed that the Montrose ladies had made significant increases on their respective programmes listenership figures. This is a reality seemingly not reflected in the figure RTÉ bosses are looking for in terms of title sponsorship. An article in today’s Irish Independent […]

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