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Sept 29/14

General Manager - CJLO (Concordia University) - Montreal QC

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Sept 29/14

Spice Radio “A Blend of What’s Hot”

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Sept 23/14

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September 25, 2014

Meagan Trainor’s first charted song, “All About That Bass,” jumps 4-1 on the CHR and scores the biggest spin increase at the format. She is the third straight artist to reach No. 1 at the format with her first charted song, following Nico & Vinz and Charli XCX. The single also jumps 11-6 at Hot AC with the biggest spin gain at the format this week.

All three debuts at CHR this week belong to Canadian artists, led by Chromeo’s “Come Alive” at No. 45. It is the follow-up to their highest charting hit to date, the No. 5 “Jealous.” Virginia To Vegas’ “Don’t Fight The Music” enters at No. 49, the follow-up to their first charted song, the No. 11 “We Are Stars.” Tyler Shaw’s “It Happens All The Time” lands at No. 50. He had two top 30 CHR hits in 2013. The song also debuts at No. 43 Mainstream AC and No. 47 Hot AC.

Luke Bryan’s “Roller Coaster” jumps 2-1 on the Country airplay chart. It is his seventh chart-topper and second straight, following “Play It Again” which spent five weeks at the top.

 
 
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