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RAM Ratings Week 29: Fever FM leads in Delhi

03-August-2015
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RAM Ratings Week 29: Fever FM leads in Delhi

Mumbai

Still at the top of the rankings, Radio City came in with 17.6 per cent of the market share and TSL of 5.13. Big FM with 17.1 per cent and TSL of 5.55 came in second. Radio Mirchi moved up to third place with 13.5 per cent market share and TSL of 3.58. Fever FM with 13.4 per cent and TSL of 5.57 moved to fourth position. Red FM followed with 11.2% and TSL of 4.02.

Delhi

Fever FM stayed at the top spot in Delhi with 19.2 per cent of the market share and TSL of 5.11. Radio City leapt to second place from last week’s fourth place with 12.5 per cent and TSL of 3.38. Big FM with 12.5 per cent and TSL of 3.46 got pushed to third place, followed by Radio Mirchi with 11.4 per cent and TSL of 3.22.

Kolkata

Radio Mirchi, with 19 per cent market share and TSL of 4.26 came in first place. Big FM with 14.8 per cent and TSL of 4.5 came in second. Fever FM came back to third place after its drop last week with 11.6 per cent market share and TSL of 5.01. Oye dropped to fourth place with 11.2 per cent market share and 4.17 TSL.

Bangalore

There was very little movement in the Bangalore RAM ratings. Radio City continued on top with 21.5 per cent of the market share and TSL of 9.18. Big FM ranked second with 20.5 per cent and 8.08 of TSL. With 17.8 per cent of the market share and TSL of 7.26, Radio Mirchi came third and Fever took fourth place with 12.8 per cent share and 7.28 of TSL.  

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