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BARC ratings: India Today TV gains No.2 spot with a rise in ratings in week 27; CNN IBN drops to No.3

17-July-2015
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BARC ratings: India Today TV gains No.2 spot with a rise in ratings in week 27; CNN IBN drops to No.3

In week 27 (July 4 – 10, 2015) of the English news genre, the BARC ratings showed India Today Television gain back the second spot on the ratings chart, while CNN IBN slipped to No.3 with a drop in ratings. Times Now continued to lead the English news genre.


According to BARC data for week 27 All India NCCS AB Males 22+ C&S 1lakh+ (ratings in 000’s), Times Now’s ratings fell to 418 this week from 502 last week.

India Today Television climbed up to No.2 spot as its ratings rose to 186 this week from 178 last week.

CNN IBN slipped to No.3 with ratings declining this week to 170 from 178 last week.

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