Edinburgh radio station Forth 1 records highest listening audience share in nine years
315,000 people are tuning into Forth 1 every week
Edinburgh radio station Forth 1 has seen its audience share grow to a nine year high, with an 18.6 per cent share of all radio listening across Edinburgh, the Lothians, Fife & Falkirk. With 315,000 people tuning into the St James Quarter-based station every week, Boogie In The Morning continues to dominate all breakfast radio listening across the region with an impressive 22.2 per cent share.
Bauer Media, which runs Forth 1 and Forth 2 and the Greatest Hits Network across Scotland are delighted with the figures for Forth 1 and all it’s Scottish stations, with its highest ever nationwide audience reach figures. Victoria Easton-Riley, content director for Bauer Scotland, said: “We’re absolutely delighted with this set of record breaking results for our stations. It’s a testament to the incredible work by all our stations and all our presenters and staff across the summer months.
"Forth on the Fringe and the Forth Awards are just two of the massive events our teams have put on for our listeners this year as well as covering the biggest music festivals in the country including TRSNMT, Rewind Festival, Party At The Palace and Belladrum.
“We also have so much to look forward to as well with The Night Afore Disco Party being hosted live by Forth 1 with special performances from Sophie Ellis Bextor and Altered Images. I think a special mention and thank you must also go to our incredible news teams across Scotland who covered the Queen’s passing at Balmoral with such sensitivity and professionalism.”