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BARC ratings: Sab TV sees largest gain in week 22

12-June-2015
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BARC ratings: Sab TV sees largest gain in week 22

In week 22 (May 30 – June 5, 2015) of BARC ratings saw Sab TV ratings grow the maximum, while Star Plus saw the maximum loss during the week among the top 5 Hindi GECs.


According to BARC data HSM NCCS All India Individual data C&S 1 lakh+ markets, Star Plus saw a decline ratings week 22 to 395 million from 406 million in week 21.


Colors at No.2 spot saw its ratings grow to 368 million in week 22 from 361 million in week 21.


Zee TV at No.3 spot saw its ratings stay the same as last week at 232 million.


Life OK at No.4 spot saw its ratings rise to 230 million this week from 224 million last week.


Sab TV ratings at No.5 spot saw a large rise in ratings to 202 million in week 22 from 187 million in week 21. 

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