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Week 3 RAM ratings: Radio City continues to lead in Mumbai and Bangalore

02-February-2015
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Week 3 RAM ratings: Radio City continues to lead in Mumbai and Bangalore

As per data sourced from RAM subscribers in week 3 (11th Jan – 17th Jan 2015), Radio City retains lead in Mumbai in Bangalore while Fever leads in Delhi and Radio Mirchi in Kolkata.

Mumbai

Radio City and BIG FM gained a share of 18.6%, followed by Radio Mirchi with 14% and Fever with 13% share. At the fifth spot was Red FM with 11.6% share.

Delhi

Fever came out on top with 19.3% share. At the second spot was Radio Mirchi with 13.8% share. Third was BIG FM with 12.5% share. Radio City took the fourth spot with 12.1% share. Red FM was at No. 5 with 9.6% share.

Kolkata

Radio Mirchi claimed the first position with 21.1% share. In the second place was BIG FM with 16.2% share. Third place was taken by Oye with 11% share, followed by Radio One with 10.7% share and Aamar FM with 9.8% share.

Bangalore

Radio City emerged as the top radio station with 23.9% share. Second spot was taken by BIG FM with 22.8% share. At No. 3 was Radio Mirchi with 16.4% share. In the fourth position was Fever with 11.3% share, followed by Red FM at 6.3% share.
 

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