Radio J has its biggest listenership among the Middle East and North Africa, but it’s also got the most listenership in Asia and Latin America.
That’s partly due to its presence in the Middle-East and North African region, where it has a presence on radio stations like WAM FM, and on local stations like Al Jazeera, as well as on regional channels like FM FM.
Radio J’s listenership is on par with that of some of the top countries in the world, such as India, Germany, and the United Kingdom, and is consistently at the top of the chart.
In 2018, Radio J scored the fifth-highest score in the Global Radio Index (GRI), which is a global survey of radio broadcasting.
Radio Sun is the only other station in Asia that has a higher GRI score than Radio J. A radio station in Brazil is the top station in Africa, and Radio Sun also holds the top position in Latin America, Africa, Europe, and South America.
Radio MonastIRWeb Radio is the most popular radio station, with over 200 million listeners.
It is the second-most-listened to radio station by listeners in the United States, behind only WAMFM.
Radio monastirwebradio.com has more than 20 million monthly listeners, and has a listenership of more than 150 million people.
In the United Arab Emirates, Radio MonasticWeb is the country’s most listened-to radio station.
Radio Zonal is the fifth most-listen-to station in Latin American, Africa and Latin American-descended countries.
The highest-ranking station in the Arab World is Radio Sun, which has a monthly listenership that exceeds 150 million listeners in Egypt and Yemen, and a listenerscript that is more than 70 million listeners around the world.
The Middle East, North Africa and North America have also had a significant impact on Radio MonasticsWeb Radio’s popularity, with Radio Monastsome Middle East reaching over 200,000 listeners in Turkey and the Middle Eastern countries of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) having a combined listenerscript of over 200.
Radio Al Jazeera Arabic, the second most-read radio station across the region, is the number one station in Syria, Lebanon, and Iraq.
In all, Radio Al-Jazeera Arabic has more listeners than any other station across all the Middle Eastern and North Eastern countries of that region.
Radio Arabic also has the most views on its website, with more than 200 million views.
Radio Muscat is the fourth-most popular station in Turkey, and it has over 60 million monthly viewers.
The second-highest-ranked station in Egypt, Radio Musa is the third-most watched station in Tunisia, and its listenerscript is over 70 million.
In Lebanon, Radio Mina is the highest-ranked Arabic station in Lebanon, with a monthly viewerscript that exceeds 100 million.
Radio al-Qa’ida is the eighth-most visited station in all of the Middle east, and more than 60 million viewerscripts have been posted on its Facebook page.
In Turkey, Radio Kompakt, the most-streamed station in Central Asia, has more subscribers than the next two stations in the Top 10 list, Radio Turk and Radio Turkat.
Radio Turk has a daily listenerscript score of over 300,000.
Radio Dari is the ninth-most listened- to station in Iran, and as of 2018, the station had more than 180 million daily listeners.
The first station in Afghanistan to achieve such a position is Radio Algir, the largest Arab radio station of its kind in the region.
This station is the seventh-most well-known station in Pakistan, and also has a regional audience.
In Afghanistan, Radio Dhiqat, which is the biggest radio station on the Arabian Peninsula, has a weekly listenerscript value of over 150,000, and was ranked the third most-followed station by a Pakistani television channel in 2018.
Radio Muhajirat is the tenth-most followed station in Morocco, with its listenership being over 75,000 weekly.
Radio Nabi has a cumulative listenerscript average of over 160,000 since its founding in 2014.
In Bahrain, Radio Qassam is the sixth-most subscribed station in Bahrain, and in Egypt it has more viewerscript than any of the countrys top stations.
Radio Lisi has a total listenerscript over 170,000 in Egypt.
Radio Quds is the eleventh-most widely listened- in Egypt with a daily audience of nearly 200,0000.
In Yemen, Radio Aqsa is the best-ranked radio station among listenerscripts in Yemen, reaching more than 100,000 daily listeners, which it shares with Radio Al Arabiya.
Radio Shabi is the fifteenth-most listenerscript in the Islamic world, and one of the largest radio stations in North Africa