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RAM Ratings Week 39: Big FM leads in Mumbai; In Delhi Fever FM continues in top spot

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RAM Ratings Week 39: Big FM leads in Mumbai; In Delhi Fever FM continues in top spot

Big FM leads in Mumbai in Week 39 (September 20-September 26) of RAM Ratings, this is the second week Big FM maintains its lead in Mumbai.

 Fever FM is in the lead in Delhi while Radio Mirchi takes top spot in Kolkata. In Bangalore, Radio City stays in first place. There has been an overall increase in market share percentage for the forerunners in the metros.


The market share continues to rise in Mumbai with Big FM taking 19.2 per cent along with TSL of 6.17. Radio City had market share of 16.9 per cent with 5.14 TSL. With 15.3 per cent market share and TSL of 6.45, Fever FM came in third. In fourth place, Radio Mirchi’s market share dropped from last week’s 13.9 per cent to 12.8 per cent this week and 4.19 TSL.


Fever FM came on top with market share of 19.4 per cent and 4.46 TSL. Radio Mirchi in second spot took home 14.5 per cent of the market share and TSL of 3.41. Radio City continues to stay in third place with 3.54 TSL and 12.7 per cent market share. Big FM stays in fourth place with TSL of 3.47 and increased market share of 12.5 per cent from last week’s 10.9 per cent.


With 20.2 per cent market share and 4.32 TSL, Radio Mirchi took the lead in Kolkata. Big FM came second with 14.6 per cent market share and TSL of 4.48. In third place Fever FM had TSL of 4.52 and market share of 13.2. Oye FM in fourth place had 3.59 TSL and 10.7 per cent market share.


Radio City led the RAM ratings in Bangalore with 22.5 per cent market share and 9.52 TSL. Big FM followed with 8.17 TSL and 20.8 per cent market share.  Radio Mirchi took third place with 17.2 per cent market share and 7.52 TSL. Fever in fourth place took home 8.2 TSL and 13.8 per cent market share.

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