‘You Found Me’ from The Fray was the most played song on Australian radio in 2009.
AirCheck™, the Leader in Broadcast Monitoring, released the figures today showing
‘You Found Me’ in the top spot with 13,552 spins and ‘Gives You Hell’ from the All-
American Rejects in second place with Airplay of 12,411 instances.
2009 Top Ten Songs by Airplay (1/1/09 to 21/12/09)

Rank Title Artist Dist Spins

1 You Found Me The Fray Sony 13552
2 Gives You Hell The All-American Rejects Universal 12411
3 Rock & Roll Eric Hutchinson Warner 12190
4 Foreign Land Eskimo Joe Warner 11864
5 Her Diamonds Rob Thomas Warner 11747
6 Please Don't Leave Me Pink Sony 11340
7 Use Somebody Kings Of Leon Sony 10956
8 I Gotta Feeling The Black Eyed Peas Universal 10769
9 Breakeven The Script Sony 10623
10 Second Chance Shinedown Warner 10466

AirCheck monitors the airplay of songs and commercials on all 45 commercial radio
stations in the six biggest markets, plus Triple j and FBi-FM in Sydney.
“The number one song from The Fray occupied a whopping 922 hours of radio
airtime over the year” Keith Williams, Managing Director of AirCheck said today.
“Fox Fm in Melbourne played it more than any other station with Sydney’s Nova 969
a very close second making a combined total of over 1600 spins.

We are producing this type of market intelligence of songs and commercials everyday with AirCheck”,he continued.

AirCheck is the only company publishing weekly airplay charts for the radio and
music industries, using real time data to compile national and local market based
music charts for competitive analysis..