By Jonathan Ugbal
Cross River’s premier private radio station Hit95.9FM Calabar has been ranked among the top 10 broadcasting outfits to listen to within the week in Nigeria.
The rating carried out by radiomagazine.ng an online platform that allows you listen to your favorite radio station via web ranked Hit95.9FM Calabar as the tenth best station to listen to.
On its Instagram handle, radiomagazine.ng said the list was carefully researched and the top 10 listed with Hit95.9FM coming in on 10th position with content in education, entertainment among others considered in the ratings.
The post read; “A list of Top 10 Radio Stations you should #TuneIn #StayGlueToThisWeek OR #StreamLive on www.radiomagazine.ng this Week!!! Based on our a research we carried out thoroughly. This Radio Stations are educative, entertaining, motivating, recreational, humorous, captivating, communicative, adventurous, relaxing, top notch and of all most music centric to keep listeners company.
Below are the list of top 10 Radio Stations that was carefully chosen from across the nation.”
1. Cool 96.9 FM Lagos @coolfmlagos
2. Wazobia 95.1 FM Lagos @wazobiafmlagos
3. The BEAT 99.9 FM Lagos @thebeat999fm
4. Cool 96.97 FM Abuja @coolfmabuja
5. City 105.1 FM Lagos @city1051
6. Radio Continental 102.3 FM Lagos @rc1023fm
7. Nigeria Info 92.3 FM Port Harcourt @nigeriainfofmph
8. The BEAT 97.9 FM @thebeat979fm
9. Soundcity 98.5 FM @soundcity985fm
10. Hit 95.9 FM Calabar @hitfmcalabar
Also, Roby Ekpo who presents the Funky Freaky Friday show on Hit FM alongside his brother Andy Ekpo was named On Air Personality (OAP) of the week.
The Managing Director of the Broadcasting outfit took to his Facebook page where he posted a screenshot of the ratings.
Also, the station posted a screenshot of the ratings on it’s official Instagram handle @hitfmcalabar.
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