Is this the real reason Jay-Jay quit The Edge?

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Thursday, 7 December 2017, 2:21PM
Jay-Jay Harvey announced she would be leaving The Edge last month after more than two decades. Photo / Doug Sherring
Jay-Jay Harvey announced she would be leaving The Edge last month after more than two decades. Photo / Doug Sherring

Christmas has come early for ZM's Fletch, Vaughan and Megan who are celebrating another great result in the latest radio survey.

The morning trio have extended their lead as the country's most popular radio show with Kiwi millennials, while their arch rivals at The Edge went backwards.

Last month, Jay-Jay Harvey announced she would be leaving The Edge after more than two decades. Sadly, today's results mean she's not going out on a high, with The Edge's Jay-Jay, Dom and Randall show losing 20,000 listeners across the country.

Despite the drop, The Edge is still number one with the most listeners in the country, while Newstalk ZB is the most listened to radio station.

Following last week's win as New Zealand's TV Personality of the Year, Toni Street is again celebrating along with her Hits co-host Sarah Gandy and Sam Wallace.

The trio has grown their audience once again, continuing the upward trend since launching in January this year.

Meanwhile, perennial under-achievers Matt Heath and Jeremy Wells from the Hauraki Breakfast are celebrating a small victory, overtaking Duncan Garner and The AM Show in Auckland.

Matt and Jerry are now Auckland's 12th most popular breakfast show, while The AM Show on Radio Live has dropped four places since the last survey, to 15th place.