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Hobart radio ratings: Audiences surge across the board, 7HOFM reigns supreme

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Triple M's Kaz and Tubes, Johnno, Sarah and Mick from 7HOFM and Hit 100.9's Christie with Dan. Image / Pulse

7HOFM remains Hobart’s top radio station, maintaining its overall number one position according to the latest audience ratings released today.

The two big rival commercial companies, ARN and SCA, are celebrating specific successes in the survey, which shows overall audiences have grown significantly in recent months.

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In local breakfast, 7HOFM’s Sarah, Mick and Johnno grew their listenership by 12,300 to 69,000, with SCA rivals Dan and Christie on Hit100.9 trailing closely behind at 60,000, up 11,600.

40,800 people now tune into the new Triple M breakfast show with Kaz and Tubes, 13,800 more than recorded in the last survey, while ABC Radio’s Ryk Goddard lost 900 listeners, bringing their total breakfast audience to 46,600.

7HOFM’s Mick, Sarah and Johnno. Image / Supplied

“I couldn’t be prouder and happier with Sarah, Mick and Johnno … It’s a true team effort both on and off air and we thank our listeners for choosing us,” 7HOFM Content Director Allan Cameron said.

SCA Head of Regional Content Blair Woodcock said “radio on the Apple Isle is booming”.

Triple M’s Kaz and Tubes. Image / Supplied

“Triple M kicked off 2024 with a brand-new breakfast show … and only six months later this show has increased its audience … outstanding,” he said.

ABC Radio Hobart Manager Samantha Stayner said they cover the “issues that matter” and that it was “fantastic to be growing our audience”.

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Each week, 104,300 people tune into 7HOFM, 89,800 to Hit 100.9, 78,800 to Triple M, 70,600 to ABC Radio and 66,400 to Triple J.

Hobart’s top 5 stations by share: 7HOFM – 21.2, Hit 100.9 – 17.1, ABC Radio – 14.5, Triple J – 13.1, Triple M – 11.6.

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