What are the listening figures for LBC?
LBC has reached a record high of 3.2 million listeners a week, having accumulated 151,000 new listeners in the most recent quarterly Radio Joint Audience Research (Rajar) figures.
Who has the highest listening figures on LBC?
LBC’s James O’Brien overtakes Nick Ferrari as radio audiences tune in later. LBC’s left-leaning mid-morning presenter James O’Brien now has more listeners than breakfast show host Nick Ferrari, in the latest indication that British radio listening habits have changed substantially during the pandemic.
How is RAJAR calculated?
RAJAR measures all listening seamlessly via a single source. The data capture is through the continuous placement of diaries across 50 weeks of the year (100,000 p.a.), in which respondents record their live radio listening for one week. The weekly data is aggregated and published quarterly.
Can you listen to LBC on catch up?
LBC Catch Up is no longer taking new subscriptions and the service will close down at the end of 2018. This is because a you can now hear all of LBC’s shows for free on the all-new LBC app. Download it from your device’s app store now.
What is RAJAR used for?
RAJAR stands for Radio Joint Audience Research. It is the official body in charge of measuring radio audiences in the United Kingdom. RAJAR was set up by the BBC and the RadioCentre in 1992 to measure their audiences using the same system. It replaced the BBC’s Daily Survey and Commercial Radio’s JICRAR survey.
What is RAJAR diary?
The diary is filled in on a quarter-hour basis for one week’s listening drawn from a sample representative of the individual station transmission area and the nation as a whole. The fieldwork for the Research is carried out on behalf of RAJAR by specialist research contractors, currently Ipsos Mori.
Why cant I get catch up on LBC?
How can I listen to old LBC shows?
In the LBC Radio – LBC 97.3 archive, You can search more than 3862 previous programmes, and can listen to them again. By the filter panel above the archives’ list, You can narrow your search with the programme title, and the upload date. Furthermore You can sort the previous programmes by title and date.
When will the RAJAR radio listening figures return?
RAJAR RADIO LISTENING FIGURES RETURN FOR Q3 2021 RAJAR announces today that new listening data will be published on October 28th 2021 as the service returns with a new flexible, enhanced methodology after an 18 month absence. Overview of the RAJAR Survey and Q3 2021 Data Publication
What do the figures quoted in the LBC figures mean?
All figures quoted include listening across all platforms, including online. More info: to find out more, including station addresses, people who work there, audience figures and how to listen, see LBC’s directory listing. Total weekly hours represents the total amount of listening to this radio station.
What is Rajar and how is It measured?
RAJAR stands for Radio Joint Audience Researchand is the official body in charge of measuring radio audiences in the UK. It is jointly owned by the BBC and the Radiocentre on behalf of the commercial sector.
Who can use RAJAR data?
Non-Broadcaster Media agencies/owners, PR companies and members of the public interested in receiving more detailed data than that currently shown under Listening Figures on the RAJAR site. Bureaux A licenced and registered bureaux that wishes to supply bureaux services using RAJAR data is permitted to do so.