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BARC Ratings: Sony PIX and Star Movies see big gains in English movies genre

15-May-2015
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BARC Ratings: Sony PIX and Star Movies see big gains in English movies genre

In week 18 (May 2 – 8, 2015) of BARC ratings for English movie channels, Sony PIX and Star Movies saw the biggest increases in their ratings during the week. 

According to data sourced from BARC subscribers for week 18, Movies Now at No.1 spot saw its ratings decline to 2,536 GVTs in week 18 from 2,818 GVTs in week 17.

Star Movies at No.2 spot saw its ratings rise to 2,229 GVTs this week from 2,072 GVTs last week.

Sony PIX at No. 3 spot saw its ratings rise to 1,761 GVTs this week from 1,313 GVTs last week.

HBO at No.4 spot saw its ratings dip a little to 1,233 GVTs in week 18 from 1,248 GVTs in week 17.

Zee Studio came in next with a rise in ratings to 989 GVTs this week from 905 GVTs last week.

Romedy Now came in at No.6 with its ratings rising marginally to 761 GVTs in week 18 from 659 GVTs in week 17.

WB is at No.7 spot with a big decline this week to 698 GVTs from 985 GVTs last week.

Star Movies Action came in at No.8 with a dip in its ratings to 239 GVTs this week from 276 GVTs last week.
 

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