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by Frank Avis | June 20, 2018
And so the 2GB radio train keeps full steam ahead, continuing to dominate the latest ratings here in Sydney while the most significant move elsewhere is by WS FM which takes over as the number 1 operator on the FM band.
by Frank Avis | April 9, 2018
Radio, TV, Trucks and America's right to bear arms.
by Frank Avis | January 15, 2018
And so we say farewell to another year of radio ratings. Careers are made: careers are lost. But good old 2GB just keeps rolling along at no. 1...
by Frank Avis | November 17, 2017
I don't think we need to take up too much of your valuable time with the latest Sydney radio ratings. Enough for you to know that 2GB is obliterating everything else in the AM band with Jones and Hadley owning the 5:30 to noon arena — and quite a few other areas to be honest. KIIS is battling it out with WS FM and SMOOTH for control of the FM sector.
by Frank Avis | September 21, 2017
So here we are at the half way mark in another ratings year and the 2GB juggernaut continues to jugger along, at no. 1 overall – around 12.6 percent. SMOOTH FM fell victim to the "commentator's curse" – yours truly should have held his tongue in his previous blog. The Smoothies lost over a full point, down to 8%. WSFM is now the big boy in the FM market, with a rating of 9.3%.
by Frank Avis | April 4, 2017
Well, not much new according to my pals in the industry across the country.
by Frank Avis | January 18, 2017
Yes, we've made it to another Radio Reunion. This time an assembly of RATS - Radio and TV Survivors. I'm lucky to be one of the survivors but trust me, there are many others who didn't manage to get safely over the raging river. Sad to hear that we've lost a few on the way.
by Frank Avis | October 24, 2016
We launched spring this year with another Radio Reunion at our favourite Pymble Hotel with numbers a bit down on normal.
by Frank Avis | August 31, 2016
Welcome to hell: welcome to FM programming. Looking at the latest Sydney surveys, we are still playing "snakes and ladders" on the FM band with Smooth FM picking up strongly in recent months as the usual suspects battle it out for the 18-to-45 market.