Paper stays at Rajar


Rajar has warned that it will be two more years before it decides whether to introduce an electronic means of measuring ratings and it will continue to rely on the paper diary system in the meantime. The research group, which publishes quarterly figures on radio listenership, has tested two electronic ...

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