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Weekly time spent listening to the radio in Canada 2015-2016, by age

Average weekly time spent listening to the radio by adults in Canada from 2015 to 2016, by age group (in hours)

Weekly time spent listening to the radio in Canada 2015-2016, by age This statistic depicts the average weekly time spent listening to the radio by adults in Canada from 2015 to 2016, by age group. On average, Canadian adults between the ages of 18 and 34, spent 12.5 hours a week listening to the radio in 2016. As of late 2016, the largest central market in Canada based on radio audience in that period was Toronto, with approximately 5.4 million people listening to the radio in the area. All in all, the most played radio song in the country in 2016 was that of Canada's own Justin Bieber - Love Yourself, which aired approximately 92 thousand times that year.
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Average weekly time spent listening to the radio by adults in Canada from 2015 to 2016, by age group (in hours)

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This statistic depicts the average weekly time spent listening to the radio by adults in Canada from 2015 to 2016, by age group. On average, Canadian adults between the ages of 18 and 34, spent 12.5 hours a week listening to the radio in 2016. As of late 2016, the largest central market in Canada based on radio audience in that period was Toronto, with approximately 5.4 million people listening to the radio in the area. All in all, the most played radio song in the country in 2016 was that of Canada's own Justin Bieber - Love Yourself, which aired approximately 92 thousand times that year.
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