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102.3 Max FM ranked No.1 music station in Lagos

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CEO TVC Communications, Andrew Hanlon, Wake Up Nigeria hosts, Yomi Owope & Titi Onyinsan, Max FM OAPs, Mark Otabor, Mary Bashua Alim, Olayemi Ogunwole, Debola Ajiboye, Shine Begho & Murphy Ijemba.

102.3 Max FM has now rated the No.1 music station in Lagos with over 1.6 million listeners every day.

Figures just released from the official industry-wide All Media & Products Survey (AMPS) show that 102.3 MAX FM increased its audience share from 14% in March to 26% in April (+85%).

The station increased its number of daily listeners from 846,024 in March to 1,607,782 in April, an increase of 761,758 listeners, or a staggering 90% increase month on month.

The Max Breakfast show with Debbie and Mark, from 5 am to 10 am, is now on course to attract one million listeners per day, as the April AMPS research records 930,289 listeners per day (17% share).

TVC Communications Chief Executive Officer, Andrew Hanlon said: “These figures are astounding and an acknowledgement that the unique sound of 102.3 MAX FM, which was only launched in October 2017, is a huge hit with 15-34-year-old listeners in Lagos.

“The research results also demonstrate that 102.3 MAX FM is now one of the most successful radio launches, not just in Lagos, but throughout Nigeria and that our target demographic loves our format of less talk and more hit music.

“We now look forward to rolling out the MAX FM brand throughout the major cities of Nigeria and in particular the launch of MAX FM Abuja (Federal Capital Territory) in just a few weeks from now.”


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