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RAM Ratings: Fever leads in Delhi, followed by Radio Mirchi in week 38

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RAM Ratings: Fever leads in Delhi, followed by Radio Mirchi in week 38

The RAM ratings for Week 38 (September 13-September 19) are out, and this week too doesn’t see many moves among the ranks. However, stations are seeing a slight increase in market shares from Week 37. In Delhi Big FM got pushed to fourth place by Radio City who came third.


Bouncing back from last week’s drop, Big FM remains in first place in Mumbai with market share of 18.2 per cent and TSL of 6.29, a rise from last week’s 17.6 per cent and TSL of 5.5. Radio City, in second place had market share of 16.3 per cent and TSL of 5.13. Fever FM took third spot with 7.19 TSL and 15.3 per cent market share. In fourth place, Radio Mirchi took home 13.9 per cent market share and 4.19 TSL.


In Delhi, first place remained with Fever FM who had market share of 19.1 per cent and TSL of 4.46. Radio Mirchi in second spot took home 13.7 per cent of the market share and TSL of 3.33. Radio City bumped to third place with 3.56 TSL and 12.7 per cent market share, a rise from last week’s 11.5 per cent. Big FM fell to fourth with TSL of 3.35 and market share of 10.9 per cent.


In top spot, Radio Mirchi had market share for week 38 was 19.8 per cent with TSL of 4.18. Big FM came second with 15.3 per cent market share and TSL of 4.49. Fever FM took up third spot with TSL of 5.02 and market share of 13.9. Fourth in the rankings, Oye FM had 10.3 per cent market share and 3.55 TSL.


There was not much change in the rankings in Bangalore. Radio City continued to lead with 22.5 per cent of the market share and 9.44 TSL. Big FM took home market share of 20.2 per cent and TSL of 8.08. Radio Mirchi, in third place had 7.35 TSL and 17.4 per cent market share. Fever FM garnered 13.6 per cent market share and 8.22 TSL.

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