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While higher listenership may result from a greater number of operational stations (and therefore a greater number of formats), the number of operational stations (and therefore the number of formats) also may depend upon listenership.
Looking ahead however, 92% predicted a shift to listenership from streaming both of station driven streams and pureplay providers like Spotify and Pandora.
An RTE spokesman said: "Every single programme on RTE Radio1 saw their listenership increase, which is unheard of.
RTE's biggest stars have taken another hammering in the listenership figures.
In RTE Radio One, Morning Ireland kept its hold on the market with a listenership of 435,000, making it the biggest breakfast show in the country.
The Joint National Listenership Research survey provides estimates of audiences to national, regional and local radio.
24 /PRNewswire/ -- Audience levels have reached a record listenership of more than 2 million persons a week for "Marketplace," American Public Radio's award-winning business and economic magazine program, more than doubling in size and tripling its station carriage since the premiere in January 1989, according to Stephen Salyer, APR president and chief executive officer.
Live365's audience demonstrates the most loyal listenership on the Internet with an average of 50 minutes per session and the most active listeners tuning in an average of 32 hours per month.
NEW YORK -- MOTOR TREND, the world's #1 automotive authority and part of the PRIMEDIA Consumer Automotive Group, today announced SIRIUS satellite radio will broadcast MOTOR TREND Radio on its Talk Central channel, expanding MOTOR TREND Radio's national listenership.
Total listenership potential is 100 million, over 200 countries in 49 languages.
Listenership figures for the 2FM Colm & Jim-Jim Breakfast Show fell by 5,000 to 197,000 last year.