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RAJARs Q2 2012 published

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Jon Jacob | 12:27 UK time, Thursday, 2 August 2012

Late last night the BBC Media Centre website published a press release about the latest figures for radio listening. The press release includes the network radio data captured by RAJAR - Radio Joint Audience Research.

BBC News Online reports on the digital stations story, 'BBC digital stations 1Xtra and Radio 4 Extra set record' while BBC staff online newspaper Ariel picks up on local radio.

Over on the BBC's Radio blog, editor Paul Murphy has collated some commentator's responses to the RAJAR figures including posts from Managing Director of Media UK James Cridland and Adam Bowie. On the 5 Live Blog controller Adrian van Klaveren takes time away from the Olympics to offer his take on BBC Radio 5 Live and 5 Live Sports Extra's figures.

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