Q2 RAJAR analysis: BBC, Bauer, Global and Virgin on latest listening figures

Andre Paine

Churn, churn, churn, churn, as Fran Healy once (almost) sang on one of the bigger Travis hits 20 years ago.

It’s also the theme of this quarter’s RAJAR results. After a year of change in 2018, with new presenters across breakfast and other key shows, 2019 is all about the fallout from those decisions by station controllers.

The churn is now kicking in with Q2 as listeners decide whether to stick with their favourite station’s new presenter – or look ...

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