This means 32.2% of all the songs on Hit92.9 and Nova93.7 played during the last four weeks were played across both stations, while Hit played a greater range of exclusive tracks.
Similarly in Adelaide, Nova919 and Hit107 had a 20% track crossover.
At the other end of the scale, Triple M 104.7 and Nova919 only shared a crossover of 1%. Out of the 1599 songs played during the last four weeks, only 16 tracks were played on both stations.
To create a similar report, use the Song Analysis report in AirCheck select your Media Outlets, Date Range and/or Daypart and press GO.
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