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Thousands more tune into Kent's radio station kmfm, official Rajar figures reveal

31 July 2014
by KentOnline reporter

Thousands more people are tuning into Kent's radio station kmfm every week, official figures out today reveal.

The station - which plays Kent's biggest hits - added 21,500 listeners over the last quarter, according to industry body Rajar.

It means a total of more than 170,000 adults across the county are now listening each week.

kmfm breakfast presenters Garry Wilson and Emma Adam

kmfm breakfast presenters Garry Wilson and Emma Adam

The biggest increase was among 15 to 44-year-olds, with audience figures up by more than a quarter in this category.

The figures come on the back of a series of high-profile promotions, including The Kent Sound and Three Grand in The Sand.

A new breakfast show hosted by Garry Wilson and Emma Adam was also launched during this period.

To find out more about listening to kmfm, click here.


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