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RAM Ratings:Big FM leads Mumbai, Fever FM leads Delhi, Radio Nasha acquires fourth spot in Delhi market

13-May-2016
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RAM Ratings:Big FM leads Mumbai, Fever FM leads Delhi, Radio Nasha acquires fourth spot in Delhi market

In week 17 (17-23 April, 2016) of the RAM Ratings, Big FM remained the most heard radio station in the Mumbai market. The Delhi, Kolkata and Bangalore markets were led by Fever FM, Radio Mirchi and Radio City respectively.

Mumbai:

In the Mumbai market, Big FM remained the most heard radio station in the Mumbai market with 19.1 per cent market share more than week 16’s 18.4 per cent market share and 6.3 TSL, also higher than previous week’s 6.05 TSL. Radio City stood at No.2 with 17.2 per cent market share and 5.31 TSL. The radio station had 17.5 per cent market share and 5.41 TSL in week 16. Fever FM stayed at No.3 with 14.7 per cent market share, less than previous week’s 14.9 per cent market share and 6.26 TSL, also less than previous week’s 6.57 TSL. Radio Mirchi garnered 14.5 per cent market share and 4.19 TSL and remained at No. 4. The radio station had 14.4 per cent market share and 4.25 TSL in week 16. Red FM got 10.5 per cent market share and 3.46 TSL.

Delhi:

Fever FM remained the most heard radio station. It garnered 18.4 per cent market share and 4.39 TSL. The radio station had 17.7 per cent market share and 4.35 TSL in week 16. Radio City replaced Radio Mirchi to acquire the second spot with 13 per cent market share and 3.31 TSL. The radio station had12.2 per cent market share and 3.1TSL. Radio Mirchi slipped down to the third spot but it experienced a rise in market share from 12 per cent market share which were 11.6 per cent and 3.11 TSL less than previous week’s 3.29 TSL. Radio Nasha made an entry into the list at the fifth spot with 11.7 per cent market share and 3.23 TSL. Red FM stood at No.5 with market share of 10.1 per cent and 2.47 TSL.

Kolkata:

In the Kolkata market, Radio Mirchi remained to be the most heard radio station with 17.9 per cent market share and 4.1 TSL which were 18.4 per and 4.28 in week 16. Big FM remained at the second spot. The radio station garnered 16.9 per cent market share and 5.43 TSL. Fever FM at No.3 garnered 14.9 per cent market share and 5.23 TSL. The radio channel had 15 per cent market share and 6.01 TSL in week 16. Oye! FM stayed at No.4 with exactly same market share of 10.7 per cent and 3.57 TSL which were 4.05 in the previous week. Aamar FM fetched 9.6 per cent market share and 3.53 TSL and stood at No.5.

Bangalore:

The Bangalore market was led by Radio City with 23.8 per cent market share and 9.44 TSL which were 23.5 per cent and 10 TSL in week 16. Big FM stepped up to the second spot with 18.9 per cent market share and 7.3 TSL which were 18.2 per cent and 7.22 TSL in the previous week. Radio Mirchi slipped down to the third spot with 18.2 per cent market share and 7.55 TSL which were 18.8  per cent and 7.49 TSL in the previous week. Fever FM with 15.1 per cent market share which were 14.8 per cent and 8.34 TSL which were 8.28 in week 16. and stood at No.4. Red FM remained at No.5 with 4.7 per cent market share and 3.46 TSL.

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