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BARC ratings: Movies Now leads in the English movies genre; Zee Cafe at No.1 spot among English GECs

16-October-2015
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BARC ratings: Movies Now leads in the English movies genre; Zee Cafe at No.1 spot among English GECs

In week 40 (October 03 – 09, 2015) BARC data for the English movies genre saw Movies Now in the lead, followed by Sony PIX and HBO. In the English entertainment genre, Zee Cafe was at No.1 spot followed by AXN and Comedy Central.

According to BARC data 6 Mega Cities: NCCS AB C&S 1lakh+, Movies Now was at No.1 spot with ratings of 3,083 (‘000s).

Sony PIX was at No.2 with ratings of 2,097 (‘000s). HBO came in at No.3 with ratings of 1,818 (‘000s).

In the English entertainment genre, Zee Cafe continued to lead with ratings of 235 (‘000s). AXN was at No.2 spot with ratings of 126 (‘000s). It was followed by Comedy Central with ratings of 114 (‘000s). 

 

 

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