If it ain’t broke don’t fix it might be the prevailing wisdom of commercial radio, but it’s already too late for Triple J to follow such advice.

The national youth broadcaster saw its biggest bounce in almost two years in Tuesday’s Sydney radio ratings, increasing its overall audience share to 6.0 per cent (up 1.3 per cent). It marks the station’s best result since January 2018.

Triple J's Ben and Liam have hung up their national headphones to take-up a radio gig in Adelaide.

Triple J’s Ben and Liam have hung up their national headphones to take-up a radio gig in Adelaide.

The positive result, however, comes as breakfast duo Ben Harvey and Liam Stapleton announced they were leaving the station to join Nova in Adelaide last month. The pair – whose final show took place on November 1 – will be replaced by Triple J’s current weekend afternoon hosts Sally Coleman and Erica Mallett, aka hip-hop duo Coda Conduct, in January 2020.

In what marks their final ratings survey for Triple J, Ben and Liam – who took over the station’s breakfast slot from Matt Okine and Alex Dyson in January 2017 – had their strongest showing in almost two years, increasing their audience share to 5.5 per cent (up 1.3 per cent). It’s their best result since survey 5 in August 2017, when they held a 5.9 per cent audience share.



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