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This article was published 30/11/2017 (956 days ago), so information in it may no longer be current.
Taxpayer-funded CBC Radio One has maintained its lead in Winnipeg's radio ratings race.
The federally supported broadcaster picked up a 14.2 per cent share of Winnipeg's 12-and-older audience, according to survey statistics compiled by Numeris between Sept. 4 and Oct. 29 and released on Thursday.
Corus Entertainment-owned 680 CJOB was second in the ratings list, with an 11.2 share and country music channel QX 104 was third with 8.1 per cent.
CBC Radio One shed 0.3 per cent of its share while CJOB's rose by the same 0.3 per cent compared with Numeris's spring 2017 ratings.
The big mover in the fall ratings was 94.3 The Drive, which rose to fifth place from seventh in the spring-rating period. The Jim Pattison Group station scooped up a 6.6 per cent share of listeners, a full percentage point better than it did in the spring.
Non-reporting stations accounted for 13.9 per cent of listeners.
Here is the full fall 12-and-older audience ratings list, with the spring 2017 numbers:
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