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RAM ratings week 45: Radio City leads in Mumbai and Bangalore

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RAM ratings week 45: Radio City leads in Mumbai and Bangalore

According to data sourced from TAM subscribers, in the Week 45 of RAM data (Nov 2 to Nov 8), Radio City, Radio Mirchi and BIG FM  continued to vie for top spots in Mumbai, Delhi, Kolkata and Bangalore

However this week Radio City was at the top spot in Mumbai as well as Bangalore, while Fever led in Delhi and Radio Mirchi in Kolkata.


In the 12+ years TG, Radio City came out on top with 19.5% Share. BIG FM was at the second spot with 17.8% Share. The third position went to Radio Mirchi with 14.1% Share, followed by Fever with a share of 13%. At No. 5 was AIR FM Gold with 11.1% Share.


Fever had the highest Share in Delhi in 12+ years TG at 19.2%. No.2 spot was claimed by AIR FM Gold with 15.1% Share, followed by Radio Mirchi at the third spot with 14.5% Share. Radio City was at the fourth position with 12.1% Share while BIG FM was at No. 5 with 11.9% Share.


In Kolkata, Radio Mirchi was at the top spot with 21% Share. The next spot was occupied by BIG FM with 17.1% Share. At No. 3 was Oye with 10.1 % Share, followed by Aamar at No. 4 with 9.7% Share. At the fifth position was Red FM with 9.5% Share.


Radio City was at No.1 place with 24.3% Share, followed by BIG FM with 21.2% Share at No. 2. The third spot was claimed by Radio Mirchi with 16.6% Share. At the fourth position stood Fever with 10.3% Share. AIR FM Vividh Bharati was at the fifth spot with 7% Share.

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