Historic day for KISS as the Bauer station becomes the biggest commercial radio station in London on reach.
A quarter of all listening to the radio is now being done on a DAB radio set, according to the latest RAJAR results for Q4, 2014.
The numbers are in, the data has been calculated, and the designers at RAJAR have once again created our favourite infograph of the quarter with the latest results. And here it is!
As the midnight embargo for RAJAR results comes and goes, stay with this page open for all the results and announcements in real time.
RAJAR subscribing stations across the UK have taken delivery of the latest listening results for quarter 4 of 2014.
The biggest digital only stations are continuing to grow this quarter, as Absolute 80s, 6 Music and The Hits all increase their audiences.
BBC Radio 6 Music has increased listening by 15% to a record of almost two million listeners.
Our regular roundup looks at the winners and losers around the radio industry for Q3, 2014 RAJAR.
Bad news for Heart London but the new Heart stations are increasing audiences.
Who's the most listened to radio station in London?
Overall listening is down but 89% of the UK still tunes in every week.
Here's the big promotional infographic released by RAJAR for Q3, 2014.
RadioToday is the place to be for RAJAR news and really easy to use graphs for Q3, 2014.
Latest RAJAR shows the lowest audience figures for the networked BBC local radio evening show.
Across the UK, 90% of the population are tuning in to radio, meaning 48.1 million adults listen each week.
BBC 6 Music has been chasing Radio 3 in the last few quarters, and today actually took over them in terms of people listening.
Whilst Capital FM returns to London's most listened to commercial station, new sister station Capital XTRA has shed almost half its listeners in London.
Capital FM has returned to the number one spot in London in terms of commercial listeners, with over 200,000 listeners separating them and 2nd place Magic.
Almost ten million people across the UK are listening to the Chris Evans Breakfast Show each week on BBC Radio 2.
Bauer Media now has more listening hours across the group on digital platforms rather than analogue, helped by the inclusion of the Absolute network of stations.