RAM Ratings: Big FM and Fever FM retain No.1 spots in Mumbai and Delhi respectively
The RAM ratings for week 46 (November 8-14, 2015) are out with Big FM staying in the first spot in Mumbai. Fever FM continues to lead in Delhi while Radio Mirchi continues its lead in Kolkata. In Bangalore, Radio City continues being on the No.1 spot.
Big FM continued to be at the No.1 spot in week 47 with 18.9 per cent market share and 6.3 TSL. The ratings are marginally less from the station’s last week market share of 19.2 per cent and 7.03 TSL. Radio City replaced Fever FM to acquire the second spot with a rise in market share from 15.9 per cent to 16.5 per cent and its TSL rose to 5.22 from 4.54. Fever FM with a decline in its market share from 16.4 per cent to 15.6 per cent slipped down one spot to No.3 this week. Though, its TSL remained the same i.e, 6.55 like last week. Radio Mirchi remained at No.4 with 12.6 per cent market share and 4.01 TSL.
Fever FM retained its No.1 position and took home 19.7 per cent market share, lower than last week’s 20.3 per cent market share and 5.07 TSL. Radio Mirchi held on to its second spot like week 46 with 14.7 per cent market share and 3.5 TSL. Big FM at No.3 earned 12.1 per cent market share and 3.59 TSL. Red FM replaced Radio City to acquire the fourth spot with 10.9 per cent market share and 3.01 TSL. Radio City with declined market share of 10.3 per cent and 3.18 TSL slipped down to No.5 in week 47.
In Kolkata, Radio Mirchi remained at No.1, though; its market share further declined to 18.7 per cent from 19.4 per cent this week with 4.34 TSL. Big FM continued to be at the second spot this week also with 14.8 market share and 5.05 TSL, higher than Radio Mirchi. The highest TSL of 5.31 was achieved by Fever FM which stood at No.3 with market share slightly less than Big FM, i.e., 14.7 per cent.
Like week 46, Radio City continued to top the chart in Bangalore with 22.2 per cent market share and 10.08 TSL followed by Big FM with 21.8 per cent market share and 8.48 TSL. The third spot was claimed by Radio Mirchi with 16.4 per cent market share, exactly like last week and 7.52 TSL. At the fourth position stood Fever FM with a rise in market share from 13.8 per cent to 14 per cent and and 8.43 TSL.
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