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Joel Klaiman’s Republic Records promo team topped the Overall Mediabase label chart share with 13.5%, scoring #1 at Top 40 (13.6%) and Triple A (16.5%), #2 at Rhythm (19.9%) and Alternative (11.4%) and #4 at AC (13.8%).
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Joel Klaiman’s Republic Records promo team topped the Overall Mediabase label chart share with 13.5%, scoring #1 at Top 40 (13.6%) and Triple A (16.5%), #2 at Rhythm (19.9%) and Alternative (11.4%) and #4 at AC (13.8%), with top acts including Gotye (who charted at Top 40, AC, Hot AC and Triple A), Nicki Minaj (Top 40), Drake (Rhythm, Urban), Colbie Caillat (AC) and Of Monsters and Men, Florence + the Machine and Mayer Hawthorne (Triple A).

Last year’s winners, Joe Riccitelli’s RCA troops, finished second Overall with 12.3%, going #1 at Hot AC (15.1%) and Urban AC (22.2%), #2 at Urban (15.9%), #3 at AC (14.2%) and Rhythmic (11.1%) and #4 at Top 40 (11.8%) and Rock (9.8%). Top acts include Kelly Clarkson (Top 40, AC, Hot AC), Usher and Chris Brown (Urban), Anthony Hamilton, R. Kelly and Usher (Urban AC),  Gavin DeGraw (Hot AC) and Foo Fighters (Rock, Active, Alternative).

Rick Sackheim’s Island Def Jam finished third Overall with 12.1%, going #1 at Urban (20.7%) and Rhythmic (21.8%) and #3 at Top 40 (12.3%), sporting airplay movers like Rihanna and The Wanted (Top 40), Jay-Z and Kanye West (Rhythm) and 2 Chainz (Urban).

Interscope Records landed #4 Overall with  10.6%, #2 Top 40 (13.2%) and AC (17.3%), #3 Hot AC (13.0%) and Urban AC (9.6%). Acts with the most airplay include Ellie Goulding, Carly Rae Jepsen and Maroon 5 (Top 40), Robin Thicke (Urban AC), OneRepublic and Maroon 5 (AC) and Imagine Dragons (Triple A).

Lee Leipsner’s Columbia Records troops finished #5 Overall, with 9.7%, scoring #1 at AC (22.2%), #2 at Hot AC (15.1%), #2 at Triple A (15.5%), #5 at Urban (8.9%) and #4 at Urban AC (7.5%). Leading acts include J. Cole (Rhythm, Urban), Beyonce (Urban AC) and Adele and Train (AC, Hot AC).

Greg Thompson’s Capitol Music Group landed #7 Overall (8.1%), scoring #2 at Triple A (15.5%) and Urban AC (13.6%), and Top 5 at AC (12.7%), Hot AC (11.1%), Top 40 (10.3%) and Alternative (7.8%). Top acts include Tyrese (Urban AC), Lady Antebellum (AC), Adelita’s Way (Active Rock), M83 (Alternative), Coldplay (Triple A).

Peter Gray’s Warner Bros. Records finished #8 Overall (5.2%), landing #1 at Active Rock (12.8%) and Alternative (15.1), #3 at Rock (10.3%),  #4 at Triple A (9.0%) and Urban (10.5%). Top airplay gainers include Wale (#1 at Urban) and Kirko Bangz (Urban), Avenged Sevenfold (Active Rock) and Black Keys (Alternative, Triple A).

Erik Olesen’s Epic Records team finished with 3.7% Overall, scoring with Ca$h Out (Urban), John Legend (Urban AC and Chevelle (#1 and #6 at Active Rock).

 Justin Fontaine’s Hollywood Records team score a 3.7% Overall, with Demi Lovato (Top 40), Soundgarden (Rock) and Redlock King (Active Rock) leading the way.

All figures provided by Mediabase.

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