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RAM ratings Week 46: Radio City & BIG FM compete for top 2 spots in Mumbai and Bangalore

02-December-2014
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RAM ratings Week 46: Radio City & BIG FM compete for top 2 spots in Mumbai and Bangalore

According to data sourced from RAM subscribers , (Week 46, Nov 9 to Nov 15 – TG 12+), Radio City, Radio Mirchi and BIG FM battle it out once again for top spots on the ratings chart in four metros Mumbai, Delhi, Kolkata and Bangalore.

Mumbai

Radio City held on to No.1 position in Mumbai with 19.3% Share. Second in line was BIG FM with 16.9% Share. At the third position was Radio Mirchi with 14.7% Share, followed by Fever with 12.7% Share. No. 5 spot was taken by AIR FM Gold with 11.6% Share.

Delhi

In Delhi, the first spot went to Fever with 19.6% Share. The second spot was taken by AIR FM Gold with 16.2% Share. BIG FM was at No. 3 spot with 12.7% Share. The fourth position was claimed by Radio City with 12.3% Share. At the fifth spot in Delhi was Radio Mirchi with 12.2% Share.

Kolkata

Radio Mirchi led in Kolkata with 21% Share, followed by BIG FM with 16.8% Share. Oye was in the third spot with 11.1% Share. The fourth in line was Aamar FM with 9.7% Share. Radio One came in the fifth position with 9.2% Share.

Bangalore

Radio City was once again the leader in Bangalore with 24.9% Share. No. 2 spot was taken by BIG FM with 21.4% Share. The third position was claimed by Radio Mirchi with 18.1% Share, followed by Fever with 11% Share. Fifth spot went to AIR FM Vividh Bharati with 6.4% Share.
 

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