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RAJAR 4Q2013: Digital Radio Continues Gains in UK
■ 24 million adults now have access to a DAB receiver, up 10 percent year over year.
■ The share of all radio listening via a digital platform has reached 36.1 percent, an increase of 9 percent year over year.
■ The share of all radio listening attributable to a DAB radio has increased to 23.4 percent, a 10 percent increase year over year.
■ The share of all radio listening attributable to online sources has increased to 6 percent, a 17 percent increase year over year.
■ 52 percent of the population of the U.K. now tune in to a digital radio (for at least 5 minutes) during the course of an average week. This amount has increased 10 percent year over year.
■ 25 percent of adults have listened to radio via a mobile phone, an increase of 32 percent year over year.
■ 45 percent of those 15-24 years old have listened to radio via a mobile phone, an increase of 23 percent year over year.
■ The total Digital listening hours for Q4 2013 increased year over year by 9 percent.
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