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92.9 movin’

THE sixth radio ratings survey for 2002 reveals some quite significant shifts in listening patterns across the market.

92.9 has emerged as the biggest winner, picking up 2 per cent across all the sessions to 16.9 per cent, leaving it well out in front of 96fm on 13.5 per cent.

While Mix 94.5 has easily retained the top spot it has slipped back 2 per cent across the sessions.

The station experienced its biggest loss of 3.9 per cent in the afternoon session.

In the battle of the talk shows 6PR has sustained a big hit, losing 2.1 per cent, putting the station on an equal footing with rival 720 ABC, where Liam Bartlett lifted 0.8 per cent to 9.6 per cent.

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