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BARC ratings: Colors sees a dip in week 23; Zee gains maximum ratings

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BARC ratings: Colors sees a  dip in week 23; Zee gains maximum ratings

In week 23 (June 6 – 12, 2015) the Hindi GECs in BARC data saw Colors decline the maximum during the week followed by Star Plus, while Zee TV gained the maximum in terms of ratings during the week.

According to BARC data, HSM NCCS All India Individual data C&S 1 lakh+ markets, Star Plus on top saw a further decline from last week as it dropped to 366 million in week 23 from 395 million week 22.

Colors in No.2 spot saw a larger decline in ratings as it fell to 328 million in week 23 from 368 million in week 22.

Zee TV on the other hand saw a good increase to 237 million in week 23 from 232 million in week 22.

Life OK at No.4 spot saw a marginal increase in ratings this week to 232 million from 230 million in week 22.

Sab TV’s ratings this week declined marginally to 186 million from 187 million in week 22. 


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