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BARC Ratings: Colors continues to lead the chart in the first week of 2016

15-January-2016
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BARC Ratings: Colors continues to lead the chart in the first week of 2016

In week 1 (January 2-8, 2016) of the BARC Ratings, Colors continued to be the most watched channel third week in a row with 756 million ratings. Zee Anmol remained at No.2. Star Plus retained its third spot in the first week of the year. Sony Pal replaced Sony SAB to acquire the eighth spot.

Colors witnessed a rise in the ratings to 756 million in the first week of 2016 from 744 million in week 52.

Zee Anmol saw a decline in the ratings from 742 million to 719 million but retained its second spot in week 1.

Star Plus remained at the third spot with 699 million ratings, less than last week’s 712 million.

At No.4 stood Zee TV with 681 million ratings which was 651 million last week.

Star Utsav with 462 million ratings continued to stand at No.5. The channel saw a decline in ratings from 464 million last week.

Life OK acquired the sixth spot with 421 million ratings. The channel saw a rise in the ratings from 396 million last week.

Rishtey stood at No.7 second week in a row with 390 million ratings. The channel experienced a rise in the ratings from 379 million last week.

At No.8 stood Sony Pal with, replacing Sony SAB to no.9. Sony Pal acquired 352 million ratings, more than previous week’s 323 million.

Sony SAB at No.9 witnessed a rise in the ratings from 328 million to 334 million ratings.

The last spot went to Sony Entertainment Television with 328 million ratings. The channel had 314 million ratings previous week.

 

 

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