# jnlr - Wednesday 27 July, 2016
The latest JNLRs have been released.
# jnlr - Wednesday 27 April, 2016
Today FM remains top for market share for 25 – 41 year olds.
# jnlr - Thursday 29 October, 2015
The state broadcaster has been cleaning up on all fronts over the last three months.
# jnlr - Friday 31 July, 2015
# jnlr - Thursday 30 July, 2015
Size matters in radio land.
# jnlr - Thursday 30 April, 2015
Anton Savage has done well in the JNLR survey.
# jnlr - Thursday 5 February, 2015
Ray D’Arcy was losing listeners before he jumped ship… but his new slot doesn’t look too good either
However, his replacement, Anton Savage, has something to be happy about.
# jnlr - Friday 7 November, 2014
How’s Pat getting on at Newstalk? Is Ryan Tubridy winning his listeners back? And is everyone talking to Joe?
# jnlr - Thursday 31 July, 2014
Who’s listening to what?
# jnlr - Sunday 27 April, 2014
The radio station is hopeful that its radio personalities will continue to lure people over from RTÉ programmes.
# jnlr - Thursday 25 April, 2013
The latest JNLR figures have also shown that 54 per cent of people listen to regional radio.
# jnlr - Thursday 31 January, 2013
The latest JNLR figures are out, and predictably enough, every radio station has found something to be positive about.
# jnlr - Saturday 27 October, 2012
Plus – what’s the monetary value of virginity? And what was Ireland’s best-performing sales sector in September?
# jnlr - Thursday 25 October, 2012
Today’s Joint National Listenership Research figures also show that 85% of all adults listen to radio on a daily basis.
# jnlr - Friday 4 May, 2012
The latest listenership figures show that while RTE favourites Morning Ireland and Marian Finucance fared well, Ryan Tubridy and Derek Mooney suffered losses.
# jnlr - Monday 12 March, 2012
Statistics compiled by Ipsos MRBI for JNLR show that the average adult listens to 196 minutes of radio broadcasts each day.
# jnlr - Thursday 2 February, 2012
Local radio continues to be a firm favourite for Irish audiences, with more that half of all radio-listeners tuning into a local regional station daily.
# jnlr - Thursday 27 October, 2011
In tonight’s Fix: Ireland goes to the polls, markets embrace the Greece deal, how much you’ll pay for an iPhone 4S, and just what DID cause Monday night’s flooding?
Ryan Tubridy has lost 27,000 listeners in six months – with his audience now less than half of his previous listenership on Radio 1.
# jnlr - Friday 29 July, 2011
Radio 1′s current affairs programming performs well in the latest JNLR figures, but Ryan Tubridy loses heavily.
# jnlr - Friday 6 May, 2011
Morning Ireland consolidates its spot as the most listened-to radio show, but there’s bad news from Ryan Tubridy and 2fm.
# jnlr - Thursday 17 February, 2011
Morning Ireland remains Ireland’s most popular programme, picking up 23,000 listeners, while Drivetime also makes gains.