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listenership

[ lis-uh-ner-ship, lis-ner- ]
/ ˈlɪs ə nərˌʃɪp, ˈlɪs nər- /
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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.
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Origin of listenership

First recorded in 1940–45; listener + -ship
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British Dictionary definitions for listenership

listenership
/ (ˈlɪsnəˌʃɪp) /

noun
all the listeners collectively of a particular radio programme, station, or broadcaster
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