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Mai FM Consolidates Share of Auckland Radio Market

Auckland’s only commercial Maori radio station, Mai FM 88.6, has consolidated its share of the competitive Auckland radio market and now has 172,700 different listeners each week – second only to Newstalk ZB.

Mai FM 88.6 is also in second place with a 12.4 per cent share of commercial radio listening in Auckland. Breakfast results show the station has a 10.2 per cent share of the commercial breakfast market.

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