Lesedi FM

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Lesedi FM
Lesedi FM Logo
Frequency87.7 - 106.6 FM[1]
First air date1960
FormatContemporary[1]
OwnerSABC
Websitehttp://www.lesedifm.co.za

Lesedi FM is a South African PBS[1] radio network owned by the South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC).[2]

Coverage areas and frequencies[edit]

The station broadcasts 24/7 in all nine provinces at 88.4 FM[1], but greatest penetration is into the Free State (47% of adults) and Gauteng (32% of adults). Spillover listenership in Lesotho.[1] It broadcasts in the Sesotho language.[1] It programs a format of 40% Music and 60% Talk.[1]

Target audience[edit]

Its LSM Groups 5 – 8 for the age Group of 25 - 49 and a secondary age group of 16 - 24.[1]

Listenership figures[edit]

Estimated Listenership[3]
7 Day Ave. Mon-Fri
May 2013 3 783 000 2 339 000
Feb 2013 3 629 000 2 159 000
Dec 2012 3 581 000 2 141 000
Oct 2012 3 593 000 2 145 000
Aug 2012 3 597 000 2 128 000
Jun 2012 3 584 000 2 112 000

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h The Annual Guide to Radio in South Africa (AdVantage 2012). Media 24. 2012. Archived from the original on 2013-05-23.
  2. ^ Lesedi FM Website
  3. ^ SAARF RAMS (Presentations)

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