Radio New Zealand’s radio results are out, and RNZ National has dropped into third place for its weekly cumulative audience behind The Edge and The Breeze.
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RNZ National has maintained its number two spot behind The Edge following, the release of the last radio survey of the year, which reveal a drop in its audience numbers.
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In the wake of last week’s commercial radio celebrations, Radio New Zealand has something to cheer about following the release of its survey results by GfK. RNZ National has maintained its spot at number two for audience reach against its commercial competitors and saw growth where other news stations saw a drop.
For the first time (for the most part) in eight years, government-funded RNZ has invested in paid advertising in Auckland, collaborating with Rainger and Rolfe, as part of its goal to double its audience by 2020 and promote the ‘RNZ’ insignia.
Nielsen’s All National Radio survey showed that the weekly cumulative radio audience for RNZ National and Concert was 564,000 people aged 15 and over, a decent year-on-year lift when compared to the 503, 000 listeners recorded in the previous survey. We talk to Paul Thompson some of the moves that led to this uptick in weekly listener numbers.
Yesterday afternoon, RNZ head of Radio John Howson informed the department he leads that the state broadcaster has proposed disestablishing seven roles, including the one he holds.