Broadcasting House, 2012
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.
RAJAR related links:
- BBC News Online: BBC digital stations 1Xtra and Radio 4 Extra set record
- At a glance: Rajar Smilies
- Adam Bowie's blog: RAJAR Q2 2012
- James Cridland: RAJAR Q2/2012 - Britain's getting bigger, but is radio shrinking?
- The Independent: Outgoing Chris Moyles loses listeners from Radio 1 breakfast show
- Radio Today: Around the groups and brands in Q2, 2012
- Paul Easton's blog: London Rajar - Q2/2012
- Matt Deegan's blog: RAJAR Q2/2012
- Guardian: Absolute Radio and Planet Rock enjoy big rise in listeners
- The Drum: Radio listening hours decline despite rise in mobile use
- Mail Online: The great digital switch off: Two thirds of radio listeners still refuse to use new services
- Bill Rogers: Rajar Radar
- BBC Radio 4 Blog: A view from the network