Average daily radio listening time in the Nordic countries 2013-2018

The Nordic country with highest average daily radio listening time was Finland in 2018, at 168 minutes. Second came Denmark, with a usage time of 107 minutes on average. By contrast, Norwegians listened to the radio only 72 minutes per day.

Average daily radio listening time in the Nordic countries from 2013 to 2018

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Release date

May 2019

Region

Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, Sweden

Survey time period

2013 to 2018

Age group

Denmark, Norway: Age 12+, Finland: Age 9+. Iceland: Age 12-80, Sweden: Age: 12-79

Special properties

Monday to Sunday

Supplementary notes

This statistic is based on surveys. Different methods have been used, which impairs comparability between countries and years.
Denmark, Iceland, Norway and Sweden: PPM (portable people meter, i.e. electronic measurement); excl. small local/community radio stations.
Finland: diary method.

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