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20,000 listeners for jö.live

03. August 2020, Editorial

jö.live, the new sound for Austria has been broadcasting on DAB+ since May 2019. We have been included in the official Radiotest stats for the first time, and can confirm that we have been reaching a daily listenership of 20,000 straight out of the blocks. We would like to thank all of our loyal jö.live listeners for helping us achieve this fantastic result.

Thema:

DAB+
Lifestyleradio
Österreich
Radiotest

“It is an incredibly big achievement for the entire jö.live team,” confirmed jö.live Managing Director Michael Tippl. “We’ve been on the market for a year with our format of lifestyle radio and relaxing music that makes people happy – and the latest Radiotest figures confirm that,” he added.

The official listener totals published by Radiotest shows that jö.live is listened to by 20,000 listeners a day from Monday to Sunday. Looking at the 14-49 target group, which is the key advertising demographic, jö.live reaches a total  of 17,000 listeners from Monday to Sunday.

Tippl sees a positive development for the radio market in these numbers, as well as a positive future. “From next year, radios in new cars will be DAB+ compatible and many radio devices on the market already support the new DAB+ technology, meaning that in future many more people will be able to listen, when driving, at home or when they are out and about,” he explained.

About jö.live

jö.live has been on air since 2 May 2019. It is a nationwide digital terrestrial radio station available on DAB+. jö.live broadcasts seven days a week, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. The schedule features live programming Monday to Friday from 6am to 8pm and from 6am to 6pm on Saturdays. And before and after that, it’s just good music.

jö .live – My day. My music.

 

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