RadioandMusic
| 12 Dec 2018
Radio City Bangalore has highest TSL, followed by Akashavani Mumbai

MUMBAI: Retro Station Big FM is still leading in Mumbai with 18.4 per cent market share; whilst, Radio City is second on the table with 17.6 per cent market share, according to the 44th week Radio Audience Measurement (RAM) data.

Radio City has moved almost one per cent ahead in the table, followed by Radio Mirchi, Fever FM and AIR FM2-Gold-all of them holding double digit market share in Mumbai.

Red FM Mumbai has gone down almost by one per cent from 10.8 per cent the previous week to 9.8 per cent this week. The highest Time Spent Listening (TSL) is for Akashavani Mumbai with 7.02 which is followed by Big FM and Fever FM.

In Delhi, Fever FM is leading with 19.7 per cent market share, followed by Radio Mirchi, AIR FM2-Gold, Big FM and Radio City, with 19.7 per cent, 14.5 per cent, 14 per cent, 13.1 per cent and 12.7 per cent market share respectively.

In Kolkata, Radio Mirchi is ruling with 20.8 per cent market share with a rise of 0.2 per cent share compared to last week. The second place on the table is secured by Big FM, followed by Oye FM and Red FM. Oye FM has overtaken Red FM in Kolkata even though market share of both stations have grown by 1.3 per cent and 0.6 respectively. None of the All India Radio stations hold a spot in top five.

In Bangalore, Radio City holds the top spot with 23.6 per cent, which is followed by Big FM, Radio Mirchi and Fever FM.

The TSL is Bangalore is the highest with 9.58 for Radio City, which is followed by Akashavani Mumbai with 7.02, Vividh Bharati Delhi with 5.14 and Big FM in Kolkata with 4.51 per cent.