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Baydu Adams and Rory Petzer producer of Phat Joe's Afternoon Drive show at ECR in Durban at Radio Awards

Baydu Adams and Rory Petzer producer of Phat Joe’s Afternoon Drive show at ECR in Durban at Radio Awards

The old way of RAMS is gone, the new “RAM” is here. The new Broadcast Research Council (BRC) is the new council to bring you RAM figures. The National Association of Broadcasters resigned from the South African Audience Research Foundation(SAARF) BRC appointed TNS Global to do the research.

I won’t bore you with technicalities and details but after years of working at it a new survey company and methodology has been implemented which means this will be the new way forward. Many stations have lost tons of thousands, in some cases hundreds of thousands of listeners from the last (old) results. I have made a note of a few stations in SA. As per usual because I’m a CT born boy here are the CT commercial stations, national stations, regional stations and a few community radio stations. I’ve included the community station in PE as this is where I’m now based.

Congrats to Heart FM in CT who is now the biggest station in Cape Town. My station Algoa FM in Port Elizabeth has also jumped up by about 80 000 to 576 000 listeners :)

 

Cape Town:

Heart – 838 000 listeners

Kfm – 681 000

Good Hope FM – 658 000

Smile – 146 000

Capetalk – 77 000

National:

Metro FM – 4 159 000

5 FM – 862 000

Lotus FM – 276 000

Radio 2000 – 477 000

RSG – 1 424 000

SA FM – 176 000

Regional all over SA:

Kaya FM – 841 000

East Coast Radio – 987 000

Jacaranda – 1 329 000

Algoa FM – 576 000

94.7 – 927 000

702 – 547 000

Gagasi FM – 1 366 000

OFM – 291 000

Power  FM – 99 000

Ukhozi – 7 294 000

YFM – 666 000

Community Radio:

Bay FM – 65 000 (PE)

Community Radio (WC):

Bok Radio – 96 000

Eden FM – 97 000

FMR – 32 000

CCFM – 112 000

Radio 786 – 66 000

Radio Tygerberg – 236 000

Radio Zibonele 228 000

Voice of the Cape – 122 000

Bush Radio – 25 000

Radio KC – 43 000

UCT Radio  – 12 000

Radio Helderberg – 27 000

Radio Kaapse Punt – 4000

PS: Feel free to ask me about your favourite station’s result and I will share it.

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