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RAM Ratings: Big FM takes No.1 spot in Bangalore and Mumbai in week 26

13-July-2015
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RAM Ratings: Big FM takes No.1 spot in Bangalore and Mumbai in week 26

The RAM ratings for Week 26 (June 21-June 27) are in. Big FM maintains lead in Bangalore and Mumbai while Fever FM continues to be on top in Delhi.

Mumbai

Big FM carried forward its lead over Radio City from last week with 18.1 per cent market share and a TSL of 6.35. Radio City came second with 17.3 per cent market share, followed by Fever FM with 13.7 per cent and Radio Mirchi with 13.5 per cent market share. Red FM saw a market share of 11.1 per cent and a TSL of 3.57.

Delhi

Fever FM has consolidated its position in Delhi taking 18.8 per cent marketshare and a TSL of 5, though both share and TSL fell slightly from last week. This was far more than that of second placed Radio Mirchi’s 12.6 per cent share and 3.35 TSL. Other notable performers were Radio City with 12.5 per cent market share and 3.39 TSL. Fourth placed Big FM had a market share of 11 per cent and a TSL of 3.19 while RED FM had a market share of 10.3 per cent market share and 3.1 TSL.

Kolkata

Radio Mirchi also maintained its lead at the top in the east with a market share of 19.2 per cent and a TSL of 4.11. This was followed by BIG FM with a market share of 15.3 per cent and a TSL of 4.28. Oye overtook Fever FM in third place with a market share of 11.2 per cent and a TSL of 3.52. Fever FM was placed fourth with a market share of 11.1 per cent  and a TSL of 4.31.

Bangalore
Big FM managed to overtake Radio City with a marketshare of 21.2 per cent and a TSL of 8.16. Radio City was second placed with 20.8 per cent but had a much better TSL of 8.49. Third placed Radio Mirchi had a total share of 17.7 per cent and a TSL of 7.35. Fever FM also performed well with a share of 12.1 per cent and a TSL of 7.

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