Published: 09:46, 06 February 2020
| Updated: 10:00, 06 February 2020
People in Kent are listening to kmfm for more than 1.1 million hours every week.
The radio station, part of the KM Media Group, has increased its listener hours by an impressive 14% in the last three months - pushing the total number up to 1,136,000 hours per week.
It has also now got a weekly audience of 193,300 - the sixth highest figure in kmfm's 17-year history.
kmfm gets listened to more than Heart Kent, and The Hit List and Floorfiller Anthems shows are now the biggest commercial radio shows in the county for their allotted time slots.
Plus the station gets more Kent listeners than Capital, Kiss, Magic and Gold - combined.
Breakfast presenters Garry and Laura still have almost 130,000 people tuning in to Kent's only local commercial radio breakfast show - making their show the biggest on the station.
kmfm breakfast airs from 6am, Monday to Friday and from 7am at the weekend, to get your day off to a good start.
We Love The 90s kicks off at 10am during the week, followed by Andy Walker's daytime show from 11am.
At 4pm, Rob Wills takes over with his Drivetime show - getting you through the journey home with upbeat tunes and entertaining conversation.
kmfm offers all the chart-topping hits as well as providing its listeners with up-to-date breaking news and travel updates from Kent and across the whole country.
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