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Week 17 RAM Ratings: Radio City maintains lead in Mumbai and Bangalore

13-May-2015
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Week 17 RAM Ratings: Radio City maintains lead in Mumbai and Bangalore

Fever FM and Radio Mirchi continue to lead in Delhi and Kolkata respectively.

Mumbai
Radio City 91.1 FM’s share was the highest in the city with 18.3 per cent. Big FM came in at second with 17.9 per cent but Big FM saw the highest TSL or Time Spent Listening was higher at 6.44. Fever FM came in at third with a market share of 13.6 per cent but had the highest TSL with 6.54.

Delhi
Fever FM lead in Delhi in terms of market share as well as TSL, where it show 18.7 per cent and 5.08 TSL. Radio Mirchi came in at No. 2 with 13.3 per cent and Big FM was at No. 3 with market share of 12.4 per cent. Radio City and Red FM followed with 11.9 per cent and 11.1 per cent market share.

Kolkata
Radio Mirchi maintained its lead with 19.2 per cent market share and a TSL of 4.4. Big FM, which came in at No. 2 with share of 14.3 per cent share, had the highest TSL in the city with 4.45. Fever FM and Oye FM came third and fourth with 13.2 per cent and 10.6 per cent share.

Bangalore
Bangalore saw Radio City come up with No. 1 with 23 per cent market share and TSL of 9.35. Big FM was second with 21.5 per cent market share. Radio Mirchi was No.3 with 17.1 per cent markets share. Fever FM came fourth with 12.5 per cent market share.
 

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