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BARC ratings: Star, Colors and Zee see big dip in week 28

24-July-2015
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BARC ratings: Star, Colors and Zee see big dip in week 28

In week 28 (July 11 – 17, 2015) of the Hindi GEC Universe as per BARC ratings showed that Colors’ ratings declined the maximum during the week. Star Plus and Zee TV too saw large decline in their ratings during the week.

According to BARC data week 27 HSM NCCS All India markets C&S 1lakh+, Star Plus in week 28 saw a large decline in ratings to 380 million from 416 million in week 27.

Colors at No.2 spot saw its ratings take a big dip to315 million in week 28 from 364 million in week 27.

Zee TV at No.3 spot too saw in its ratings decline this week to 255 million from 284 million in week 27.

Life OK’s ratings saw a smaller decline in comparison this week to 230 million from 239 million last week.

Sony TV at No.5 spot saw a drop in its ratings yet again this week as it fell to 164 million from 177 million in week 27.  

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