British radio advertising income rose 3.3% on the preceding quarter to £144 million ($227.9m; €206.7m) in the three months to June 30, reports the Radio Advertising Bureau.

Over the last twelve months, radio ad spend totalled £540m, while during the first quarter of 2003 it topped TV ad growth by almost half of one per cent.

Among the fmcg giants upping their radio spend over the twelve month period were Kimberly Clark, Lever Faberge Homecare and Procter & Gamble.

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