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RAM Ratings: Radio City stays firmly on top in Bangalore in Week 36

22-September-2015
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RAM Ratings: Radio City stays firmly on top in Bangalore in Week 36

The RAM ratings for Week 36 (August 30-September 05) are out and all the top rankers from last week seem to be staying put. Big FM in Mumbai, Fever in Delhi, Radio Mirchi in Kolkata and Radio City in Bangalore firmly lead the RAM ratings.

Mumbai

Big FM continued as first place with market share of 17.9 per cent and TSL of 6.11. Radio City followed with 5.21 TSL and 17.2 per cent market share. Fever took up third place with 14.1 per cent market share and 6.22 TSL. Radio Mirchi came in fourth with 13.6 per cent market share and 4.13 TSL.

Delhi

In the Capital, Fever FM with a market share of 20.7 per cent and TSL of 4.45 remained in the top spot. Radio Mirchi moved to second place with 13 per cent market share and 3.12 TSL. This pushed Big FM to third with market share of 12.9 per cent and TSL of 3.23. In fourth place, Radio City took home 3.23 TSL and 12.2 per cent of the market share.

Kolkata

With 19 per cent of the market share and 4.38 TSL, Radio Mirchi led the RAM ratings in Kolkata. Big FM followed but with a considerable difference in market share (14.8 per cent) but higher TSL of 5.08. Fever FM came in third with 13.5 per cent market share and 5.25 TSL.  Oye FM followed fourth with 11.3 per cent market share and TSL of 4.13.

Bangalore

Radio City took home 22.6 per cent of the market share and 9.34 TSL, keeping it firmly in first place. Big FM took the second spot with 8.46 TSL and 21.1 per cent market share. In third place, Radio Mirchi had 8.08 TSL and 17.3 per cent of the market share. Fever FM in fourth place gained 13 per cent of market share and 8.16 TSL.

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