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RAM Ratings Big FM moves to top spot in Mumbai in week 35

14-September-2015
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RAM Ratings Big FM moves to top spot in Mumbai  in week 35

The RAM ratings for Week 35 (August 23-August 29) are out and Big FM once again takes top spot in Mumbai, pushing Radio City to second position. Fever FM is number one in Delhi while Radio Mirchi continues its lead in Kolkata. Radio City tops the Bangalore rankings

Mumbai

This week, Big FM moved up from second position to take over the top spot with 17.9 per cent market share and 6.1 TSL. Moving to second place, Radio City brought in 17.3 per cent of the market share and TSL of 5.32. With market share of 14.3 per cent and 6.25 TSL, Fever FM came in third. Radio Mirchi continued in fourth place with 4.11 TSL and 13.3 per cent market share.   

Delhi

In Delhi, Fever FM stayed in first position with 19.7 per cent market share and 4.36 TSL. In second place, Big FM took home market share of 13.4 per cent and 3.43 TSL. Radio City had 13.2 per cent market share and 3.31 TSL. With 12.2 per cent market share and 3.25 TSL, Radio Mirchi came in fourth.

Kolkata

Things remain the same in Week 35 in Kolkata where Radio Mirchi took first spot with market share of 19.7 per cent and TSL of 4.38. Market share of Big FM dropped from last week’s 15 per cent to 14.6 per cent this week and TSL of 4.37. Fever came in third with 13.3 per cent market share and 5.04 TSL. With 11.2 per cent market share and TSL of 4.08, Oye FM continued at fourth position.

Bangalore

Radio City took home increased market share of 22.5 per cent and TSL of 9.04. They were followed by Big FM with 21.1 per cent market share and 8.24 TSL. Radio Mirchi came third with 17.6 per cent market share and TSL of 7.3. Fever FM in fourth place caught 7.44 TSL and 13.2 per cent market share.

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