Mix 94.5 has taken out the the top spot in the first radio ratings of the year.

Across the board, almost all stations either fell or had little to no change in the radio ratings released by Gfk yesterday.

Mix 94.5 earned itself a running start for the year, securing the No. 1 station with 15.6 per cent of the Perth radio audience.

It experienced a rise of .8, while its closest competitor, Nova 93.7, fell 1.5 to sit on 12.2 per cent, followed by Hit 92.9, which dropped 1.6 per cent but remains in third position with 9.4 per cent.

It also remains a two-horse race in the breakfast slot, with Nova 93.7’s juggernauts Nathan Morris, Natalie Locke and Shaun McManus dethroned for the No. 1 breakfast show by Mix 94.5’s Dean “Clairsy” Clairs, Matthew Dyktynski and Kymba Cahill, pictured above.

Mix’s The Big Breakfast gained a 1.8 per cent to rise to 15.1 per cent, while Nova almost lost the same amount, falling 1.7 per cent to sit on 13.2 of the radio share.