This means 23.9% of all the songs on KIIS and 2Day played during the last four weeks were played across both stations, while Hit played a greater range of tracks. Similarly, 2DayFM and Nova96.9 shared a 19.6% crossover across their music.
At the other end of the scale, Triple M 104.9 and KIIS1065 only shared a crossover of 2.5%. Out of the 1369 songs played during the last four weeks across the two stations, only 44 tracks were played on both stations.
SmoothFM 95.3 and WSFM played a very similar range of music with both stations having an exclusive percentage around 41-42% while they also had a 17% music crossover.
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