The new radio ratings confirm, yet again, that Kiwi FM continues to broadcast to, well, no-one.
No, that's not exactly true. It's broadcasting to a farcical 0.2 percent of the total radio audeince - as it was during the last ratings sweep. Given that there is a margin of error of 0.70 percent, its audience could even be smaller.
What rankles about Kiwi FM is that it is squatting in the three FM frequencies that were reserved for a non-commercial youth radio network.
This network would have provided youth-orientated shows on a range of issues.
The debacle that is Kiwi FM is mostly Steve Maharey's fault.
The former Minister of Broadcasting in the Labour Government said that Kiwi FM would be given a year to 'prove itself'. Well, it didn't prove itself - but Steve 'Third Way' Maharey sat on his hands and allowed the farcical Kiwi to keep the frequencies.
Trevor Mallard took over from Maharey and he also did nothing.
So Kiwi FM remains on air, broadcasting to a ridiculous 0.2 percent of the total radio audience.
How long will this farce be allowed to continue?