RadioandMusic
| 28 Oct 2021
Week 48: Big FM tops the list in Mumbai, Fever FM dominates in Delhi

MUMBAI: BIG FM retains its number one spot in the city of Mumbai with highest per cent of shares- 18.1 per cent- compared to last week's 18.9 per cent and T.S.L. of 6.24. Radio City retained the second spot with 16.7 per cent of shares (0.2 per cent rise compared to week 47) and T.S.L. of 5.07. With 15 per cent of shares and T.S.L. of 6.48, Fever FM followed the top two stations completing the top three.

Rest of the chart appeared same with Radio Mirchi (shares- 13.2 per cent; T.S.L.- 4.2), Red FM (shares- 11.1, T.S.L.- 4.19) and Oye! FM (shares- 3.1 per cent; T.S.L.- 3.02) each finishing with better per cent of shares.

In Delhi, Fever FM topped the list with shares of 20.5 per cent and T.S.L. of 4.54, followed by Radio Mirchi which garnered 14.7 per cent of shares. With the same per cent of shares as last week, the third spot belonged to Big FM. Radio City FM, Red FM, Oye! FM and Hit FM finished at fourth, fiftth, sixth and seventh spot with shares of 11.2 per cent, 10.4 per cent, 5.5 per cent and 3.5 per cent.

Radio Mirchi continued its dominance in the city of Kolkata- shares of 18.6 per cent and T.S.L of 4.25. Fever FM followed, at the second spot, with T.S.L. of 5.1 and shares of 15.1 per cent. With 14.3 per cent of shares and 4.57 of T.S.L., Big FM completed the top three for the ratings in Kolkata. The rest of the rankings have Oye! FM (shares- 10.8 per cent; T.S.L.- 4.16) at fourth spot, Aamar FM (shares- 10.5 per cent; T.S.L.- 4.02) at the fifth spot, followed by Red FM, Friends FM and Power FM at the last three positions.

Bengaluru, similarly like Mumbai, had the stations ranked in the same order as the previous week, with Radio City capitalising on most per cent of shares- 22.8 and T.S.L.- 9.59. At the second position, with 21.1 per cent of shares and T.S.L. of 8.35, Big FM retained the spot above Radio Mirchi which managed 16.2 per cent sares and T.S.L of 7.54. Fever FM, Red FM and Radio Indigo retained their last week's position with shares of 14.3 per cent, 5.9 per cent and 2.1 per cent respectively.