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Week 19 RAM Ratings: Big FM overtakes Radio City in Mumbai

27-May-2015
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Week 19 RAM Ratings: Big FM overtakes Radio City in Mumbai

The RAM ratings for Week 19 are out and see Big FM taking top spot in Mumbai from Radio City.

Mumbai
Radio City saw its market share drop to 17.8 per cent, which allowed Big FM to overtake it with market share of 18.2 per cent. Radio Mirchi showed market share of 13.8 per cent while Fever FM showed market share of 12.8 per cent. Red FM saw a market share of 10 percent in Week 19.

Delhi
Fever FM maintained its lead in Delhi with a market share of 19.2 per cent. Radio Mirchi was second with market share of 14.3 per cent. Radio City saw a market share of 12.3 per cent. Big FM came fourth with a market share of 11.3 per cent.

Kolkata
Radio Mirchi was the top station in Kolkata with a market share of 19.4 per cent, while Big FM came second with 15.1 per cent market share. Fever FM was third with 13.6 per cent market share. Radio One saw its highest market share in any city in Kolkata with a share of 8 per cent.

Bangalore
Radio City saw the most market share in the city with 23.3 per cent market share. Big FM came second with 20.9 per cent market share. Radio Mirchi was third with 17.5 per cent share while Fever FM came third with 12.7 per cent market share. 

 

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