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BARC Week 48: Star Sports 1 Hindi reinstates its leadership in sports

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BARC Week 48: Star Sports 1 Hindi reinstates its leadership in sports

Star Sports 1 Hindi reinstated its leadership in sports genre for BARC Week 48 (November 25- December 1) with 157 million impressions, though it suffered a fall in ratings. Live telecast of two properties on the channel, the second test match between India and Sri Lanka and Nerolac cricket match, took the first and last spot at the Top 5 Programs with 3 million and 1.3 million impressions respectively.

Sony Ten 1 slipped to the third spot with 90 million impressions. The live telecast of ‘WWE-RAW-17’ on the above channel took the second spot in the Top 5 Programs with 1.5 million impressions while its other property, ‘WWE Raw,’ took the fourth spot with 1.3 million impressions.

Star Sports 1 climbed to the second spot with 94 million impressions, while Star Sports First and Star Sports 2 retained their fourth and fifth spot with 74 million and 29 million impressions respectively.

The same test match between India and Sri Lanka on Star Sports 1 took the second spot with 1.5 million impressions.

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