In the latest figures just released, comparing the performance of NI stations year-on-year, only the Q Network and U105 achieved this, with respective reaches of 146,000 (up by 49,000) and 189,000 (up by 10,000), and hours increasing by 2% and 19%.
Citybeat boosted hours by 15% while reach dropped by 15,000 to 133,000.
Downtown saw reach increase by 7,000 to 297,000 as hours dropped by 12%, and with sister station Cool FM it was the converse with reach down by 7,000 to 354,000 while hours went up by 10%. The new DAB service, Downtown Country, was only on air for part of the survey period so its figures are not available.
BBC Radio Ulster experienced declines in both reach - down by 7,000 to 504,000, and hours - down by 11%.
However, local broadcasters can take comfort from the fact that despite a decrease of 8% in total radio listening hours in Northern Ireland, national services account for virtually all of this.
Given that it's now exactly 2 years since the arrival of Digital One here with 14 additional DAB stations, this result will be a tad underwhelming.
*RAJAR is compiled by Ipsos-MORI. The figures for each station relate to its own Total Survey Area.
More RAJAR analysis:
The national picture from Matt Deegan: http://www.mattdeegan.com
Paul Easton with the London perspective: http://www.pauleaston.blogspot.co.uk