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RAM Ratings Week 40: Radio City takes the lead in Mumbai with Big FM @second spot

19-October-2015
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RAM Ratings Week 40: Radio City takes the lead in Mumbai with Big FM @second spot

The RAM ratings for Week 40 (September 27-October 03) are out with Radio City climbing to first place in Mumbai. Big FM was pushed to second place. Fever FM led the rankings in Delhi while in Kolkata, Radio Mirchi took top spot. In Bangalore, Radio City continued to stay in first place.

Mumbai

Radio City takes over top spot in Mumbai with market share of 17.8 per cent and TSL of 5.3. This pushed Big FM to second place with market share of 17.5 market share and higher TSL of 6.01. Fever FM in third place brought in a higher TSL of 6.23 along with market share of 14.7 per cent. Radio Mirchi took up fourth place with 4.1 TSL and 13 per cent market share.

Delhi

Fever FM stayed in first place in Delhi with 19.8 per cent market share and 4.59 TSL. Radio Mirchi in second spot took home 14.1 per cent of the market share and TSL of 3.36. In third place, Radio City earned 3.39 TSL and market share of 11.7 per cent. Big FM stayed in fourth place with TSL 3.47. It noted a drop in market share from last week’s 12.5 per cent to this week’s 11.5 per cent.

Kolkata

With 20.5 per cent market share and 4.43 TSL, Radio Mirchi was in the top spot. Big FM followed with 14.4 per cent and 4.47 TSL. In third place Fever FM took home TSL of 4.43 and market share of 13.3. Oye FM came in fourth with 3.53 TSL and 10.6 per cent market share.

Bangalore

In first place, Radio City had market share of 22.3 per cent and TSL of 9.49. In second place, Big FM had 21.3 per cent market share and 8.23 TSL. Radio Mirchi took third place with 17.1 per cent market share and 7.31 TSL. In fourth place, Fever had 7.41 TSL and 13.6 per cent market share. 

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