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:
- RAJAR website
- BBC Media Centre: Radio 6 Music adds audiences to accolades
- The Radio 3 blog: Radio 3 - The lastest results
- BBC News online: Radio 2's Ken Bruce gets best ever audience
- Media UK: How do radio listener figures work?
- CMU: RAJAR round up
- Radio Today: RAJAR - The ups and downs of local radio
- Mirror: Evans above - Chris Moyles stays unusually quiet as Radio 2 rival pulls in 2m more listeners
- The Guardian: Nearly 30% of radio listeners go digital – but share of DAB radio slips
- Adam Bowie: RAJAR Q1 2012
- Paul Easton: London Rajar - Q1/2012
- Rajar Smilies: Statistics simplified with smilies
- Image, used under license, by Niklas Morberg