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BARC Ratings: Discovery leads infotainment genre followed by Nat Geo

30-April-2015
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BARC Ratings: Discovery leads infotainment genre followed by Nat Geo

Broadcasters Audience Research Council released the much awaited television ratings for the week 16 from April 18th to 24th. The data released in the first phase of BARC is  for  : 1L+ C&S HHs – Empanelled – 12,000, Reporting - 10,760 households (1L+ C&S).

Data shows Discovery leads infotainment genre, followed by National Geographic and Animal Planet.
 

Top 3 Channels All India (1 Lac + HHs)
Infotainment
WK 16
Rat'000{Sum}
Discovery Channel 15,115
National Geographic Chaneel 9,027
Animal Planet 7,822

According to data from BARC subscribers All India 4+ Yrs ABCDE data for the week April 18 – 24, 2015, Discovery Channel scored a high rating if 56 TVTs.

National Geographic scored 32 TVTs in second spot.

Animal Planet closely followed with 30 TVTs.

History TV18 brought in ratings of 29 TVTs and came in next.

Nat Geo Wild got ratings of 11 TVTs, while Discovery Science brought in ratings of 6 TVTs.
 

 

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