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RAJAR Q2 2018: London and national brands update

Kiss has taken over from Capital as the biggest commercial radio station in London in the latest Q2/2018 RAJAR listening figures. Capital’s audience in the capital is down 10.8% year on year to 2.063m, while Kiss has had a great quarter, hitting 2.087m weekly listeners – 24,000 more than its rival. In third place is Magic (1.667m), which leapfrogs rival Heart this quarter (1.404m). LBC is in fifth on reach with 1.280m listeners in the capital (down 9.3% year on year).

Publication date: 02.08.2018

Absolute Radio plans listener party for 10th birthday

Manic Street Preachers, George Ezra and Blossoms will help Absolute Radio celebrate its 10th birthday this September. Dave Berry announced details of the special gig for 2000 listeners on his new breakfast show, which will take place at O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire, London on Tuesday 25th September.

Publication date: 31.07.2018

Radio is the perfect Number 10: The Three Lions assist machine

England’s fine form in Russia has undoubtedly lifted the mood of the nation. As we cheer the players on in the searing heat, we’ve never felt more connected to the national team. Nothing taps into the spirit of the nation quite like a world cup… Well, except for radio.

Publication date: 10.07.2018

Comedian Matt Forde joins Absolute Radio

Comedian Matt Forde is joining Absolute Radio to front the station’s Rock n Roll Football Show on Saturday afternoons, alongside existing co-host Matt Dyson. Forde takes over from Rob Beckett, who has been doing the show since the departure of Russ Williams.

Publication date: 29.05.2018

Ofcom: Listeners not ready for AM switch-off

Ofcom says listeners are not ready to give up on AM just yet, but has agreed to let Bauer close or reduce the power of 17 transmitters across England and Scotland. Nine responses were received to the consultation, which asked for views on the proposal to cut back the AM network for Absolute Radio.

Publication date: 14.04.2018