RadioandMusic
| 07 Mar 2021
Radio City topped Mumbai and Bengaluru for week 27

MUMBAI: For week 27, Radio City took the first spot back from Big FM in Mumbai, with a market share of 17.8 per cent, which is 0.2 per cent higher than latter. In Bengaluru, Radio City once again took over the top spot from Big FM, which dominated the top position last week. Like in the previous week, Fever FM held the first place in Delhi, while in Kolkata, Radio Mirchi topped with a market share of 19.3 per cent.

In the financial capitol, Big FM came in second with a market share of 17.6 per cent, 5.56 TSL and TARP of 1.3 per cent. Radio Mirchi took the third position with a market share of 14.1 per cent, followed by Fever FM and Red FM. In Mumbai, Anu Kapoor’s ‘Suhana Safar’ at Big FM registered a TARP of 3 per cent (12 plus years), followed by another Big FM show- ‘Breakfast Show’ hosted by RJ Siddharth.

In Delhi, Radio Mirchi held the second spot with a market share of 14 per cent, which was followed by Big FM with a market share of 12.4 per cent. Radio City came in fourth, with a market share of 12.1 per cent, while Red FM took fifth spot with a market share of 10.4 per cent. Three Fever FM shows- ‘Evening Drive’ with RJ Nitin, ‘Dilli ke Do Dabang’ with RJ Manu and Abhilash and ‘Full on Punjabi’ with RJ Avinash, registered the highest TARP in the city.

Meanwhile, in Kolkata, coming in second, after Radio Mirchi, was Big FM with a market share of 15.3 per cent and Fever FM with a market share of 11.1 per cent. Radio Mirchi’s show ‘Kaali Kotha’ with RJ Jaganath registered the highest TARP in the city.

In Bengaluru, Radio City held the top position with a market share of 22.7 per cent, followed by Big FM with a market share of 21.2 per cent, TSL of 8.13 and TARP of 2.4 per cent. In third position was Radio Mirchi with a market share of 17.9 per cent, TSL of 7.27 and TARP of 2 per cent. Fever FM held the fourth spot with a market share of 11.9 per cent, TSL of 7.04 and 1.3 TARP. ‘Big Coffee’ with RJ Shruti registered the highest TARP with city.