Mix 94.5 retains top spot

Mix 94.5's breakfast program The Bunch has stretched its lead over rival ABC720's Eoin Cameron in the latest radio survey.


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Rebecca, it looks like you've started quoting last survey's figures towards the end of your story. Radio station 96fm suffered the biggest drop, 2 per cent, to 13.6 per cent (not 15.6%). Mix 94.5 retained its number one spot with 16.8 per cent, an increase of 0.1 per cent (not a dip of 0.1%). 96fm came third (not 2nd) despite dropping 1.3 per cent (not 1.5%) to 11.7 (not 12.4%), 92.9 placed second (not 3rd) with 11.9 per cent followed by ABC720 which had 11.2 per cent (not 10.9%) of market share. 6PR rounded out the top five with 10.2 per cent (not 10.4%) or 205,000 listeners (not 24,000 listeners as per your article). Peter Jennings

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