The most listened to breakfast programme remains on BBC Radio 2 in Q1 2022, according to latest data from Rajar.
The news and current affairs market leader The Economist has grown 14% year on year as a digital title to just under a million for average circulation.
All magazine brands in the TV listings market suffered circulation declines compared to the same period last year.
Bauer title Take A Break has the highest total circulation in the women’s weeklies market, according to latest ABC figures.
Several Women’s Lifestyle titles have experienced double-digit digital growth in the last year.
BBC Radio 2, the UK’s most popular radio brand, has increased its lead over corporation stablemate Radio 1, the latest quarterly Rajar radio audience figures have revealed.
Total digital listening is now 64.4% of all radio listening according to the latest RAJAR figures.
BBC 2 remained the most listened to breakfast radio show in Q4 2021, increasing its weekly reach by 4% from Q3 2021.
Total Global Radio maintains its position at the top of the quarterly league tables for reach with 24.1m weekly listeners
BBC Radio 2’s Zoe Ball remains the queen of the radio breakfast show, after recording 7.2m weekly listeners between April and September 2021
Almost three quarters of the UK’s adult population are listening to radio via digitally enabled platforms each week, according to Rajar figures published today. Some 41 million people over the age of 15 tune-in to radio via DAB, DTV, online or a smartphone app. DAB dominates platform share of listening with 43%. Online listening including… Continue reading Rajar Q3 2021: Digital