The Ghana Social Media Union has ranked your super station, Joy 99.7 FM, as the top Ghanaian radio station with a presence on both Facebook and Twiter.
The Ghana Social Media Union is an annual ranking to celebrate Ghanaian brands that thrive on social media specifically both on Facebook and Twitter.
Social Media is a platform that connects individuals and corporate bodies together for the purpose of sharing information.
Its introduction has over the years received major patronage as thousands of brands continue to log on to various platforms.
Though its invention met a number of criticisms in terms of content by some individual users, its contribution towards the success of the Ghanaian youth and corporate bodies is imperative.
It has proven a place where global brands disseminate information that has the tendency of building upon their outlook.
These two were strategically considered based on their ability to allow for larger audience or followers.
The ranking below was compiled from available data on December 29, 2014.
- Joy 99.7 FM 261,306
- Citi 97.3 FM 207,536
- Adom 106.3 FM 173,025
- XFM 95.1 164,289
- Y 107.9 FM Ghana 110,155
- Peacefmonline 74,363
- Asempa 94.7 FM 68,456
- Hitz 103.9 FM 42,421
- Oman FM 107.1 36,357
- Radio XYZ 93.1FM 34,834
- @joy997FM 145,877
- @y1079fm 129,228
- @citi973 113,605
- @peacefmonline 12,334
- @Live919fm 10,874
- @starr1035fm 3,167
- @XFM951 2,280
- @sweetmelodiesfm 1,006
- @asempa947fm 719
- @omanFM 224
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