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RAM Ratings Week 32: Big FM leads in Mumbai

24-August-2015
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RAM Ratings Week 32: Big FM leads in Mumbai

According to RAM ratings for week 32 (Aug 2 to Aug 8, 2015), Big FM leads in Mumbai, Fever in Delhi, Radio Mirchi in Kolkata and Radio City in Bangalore.

Mumbai

Staying at first position, Big FM took 18.1 per cent of the market share with 6.18 TSL. In second place, Radio City has 17.2 per cent of the market share and TSL of 5.25. Fever FM was in third place with the highest TSL of 6.25 and market share of 14 per cent. Radio Mirchi came in fourth with 12.9 per cent market share and TSL of 4.05.

Delhi

With TSL of 4.43, Fever FM ranked first and had a market share of 19.6 per cent. Radio Mirchi had 12.8 per cent market share and TSL of 3.25 and was followed closely by Radio City in third place with 12.8 per cent market share and TSL of 3.25. Big FM dropped to fourth place with same market share as Radio Mirchi and Radio City, 12.8 per cent.

Kolkata

Radio Mirchi remains in first position with market share of 18.5 per cent and TSL of 4.21. Big FM followed with 15.4 per cent market share and 5.05 TSL. In third place, Fever FM has market share of 13.1 per cent and 5.01 TSL.

Bangalore

With highest TSL of 9.31 and market share of 22.2 per cent, Radio City topped the list, followed by Big FM with 20.9 per cent market share and 8.35 TSL. Radio Mirchi came in third with 17.8 per cent market share and TSL of 7.52. With 7.44 TSL and market share of 12.6 per cent, Fever FM came in fourth.

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