listenership

[lis-uh-ner-ship, lis-ner-]
noun
the people or number of people who listen to a radio station, record, type of music, etc.: The station has a listenership of 200,000.

Origin:
1940–45; listener + -ship

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listenership (ˈlɪsnəˌʃɪp)
 
n
all the listeners collectively of a particular radio programme, station, or broadcaster

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Awardees should also include the media outlet readership, viewership, or listenership which can be obtained from the media outlet.
It is easier to measure changes in awareness and listenership than changes in behavior.
Developing a consistent planning process will help you meet your deadlines, produce a quality product, and generate listenership.
For example, the models presented in the paper do not account for market-specific changes in listenership.
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