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Mix 94.5 leads static survey
Mix 94.5's breakfast crew Dean Clairs, Kymba Cahill and Shane McFarlane. Picture: Supplied

Mix 94.5 has hung onto to the title of Perth's number one station in a static third radio ratings survey for the year released this morning.

The station had a 14.5 per cent overall market share, according to Gfk, up just 0.1 percentage points from the last survey.

There wasn't much movement between stations in the latest ratings, with youth broadcaster Triple J maintaining second place on 11.7 per cent, despite a dip of 1.1 points.

Nova 93.7 came in third (11.4) followed by 720ABC (11.0) and 96FM (10.6).

6PR held onto the big gains it made in the year's second survey and increased its market share by 0.3 percentage points to finish seventh on 7.9 points, but still trails its main competitor 720ABC by a large margin.

Eoin Cameron's 720ABC breakfast show was again number one in the lucrative early morning market with 15.3 per cent of listeners, followed by Mix 94.5 (13.8) and Nova 93.7 and Triple J who tied on 11.3 per cent.

Triple J was the number one drive (4pm to 7pm) shift with 13.6 per cent of listeners, followed by Mix 94.5 (13.5), Nova 93.7 (12.4) and 92.9 (10.3).

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