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Steve Bowbrick Steve Bowbrick | 12:52 PM, Thursday, 3 February 2011

RAJAR Q42010

Using a beta (test) version of a service called Storify we've rounded up the reaction in the press, on the blogs and on the social networks to this morning's RAJAR numbers. What's your opinion of the numbers? Log in to leave a comment.

Steve Bowbrick, blogs editor

  • RAJAR (Radio Joint Audience Research) is jointly owned by the BBC and commercial radio trade body the Radio Centre. Participating listeners are asked to record their radio listening in quarter-hour time blocks for one week.
  • The RAJAR figures for 'linear listening', not including on-demand listening or podcasts, in a table and the official quarterly press release (PDF).
  • BBC Audio & Music's RAJAR press release.
  • Thanks to Jem Stone for curating the links.


  • Comment number 1.

    Just a thought - didn't the coldest December on record (no one going out much, but being unwilling to stomach more carp on TV) have an influence?


    P.S. The industry tweetspins and tweetpumps are perhaps predicable, and depressingly obligatory.


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