National radio eats listeners

Your article “Commercial radio starts to eat itself” (MW February 12) should read local commercial radio starts to eat itself, meanwhile national commercial radio – Talk, Virgin and Classic – gorged themselves on other stations’ listeners, commercial and non commercial.

This resulted in a weekly reach increase in excess of one million listeners for the national commercial stations.

Tim Bleakley

Talk Radio

London W1

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