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Lyca Radio’s audience is up again!

The Lyca Radio Network is excited to share the latest RAJAR Q1/24 listening figures, reflecting the continued success and growth of Lyca Radio and Lyca Gold.
Lyca Radio has experienced a positive trend, reaching 110,000 listeners with impressive average listening hours of 5.6. On the other hand, Lyca Gold, maintains a robust weekly reach of 68,000. The station’s average listening hours remain strong at 7.0, highlighting our audience’s deep engagement with our timeless classics. As the UK’s only retro Asian music station, Lyca Gold continues to captivate listeners with its unique genre.
According to RAJAR’s latest Q1/2024 figures, the Lyca Group (Lyca Radio and Lyca Gold) has achieved a remarkable combined listenership of 156,000. This impressive milestone highlights the growing appeal and reach of both Lyca Radio and Lyca Gold.
This expansion signifies our commitment to broadening our reach and delivering exceptional programming across the UK.
Raj Baddhan, CEO of Lyca Media, expressed his excitement, stating, “I am thrilled with the latest RAJAR listening figures, which reaffirm Lyca Radio’s stronghold in the Greater London market. Furthermore, Lyca Gold remains the frontrunner in its genre, with impressive average listening hours that reflect our listeners’ engagement.”
We extend our heartfelt appreciation to our dedicated team and loyal listeners who consistently support us. We also thank our esteemed commercial partners for their trust and collaboration.
We look forward to continuing our journey of providing captivating content and building strong connections with our audience and partners.”


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