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BARC Ratings: Star Plus becomes the No.1 channel in week 4

05-February-2016
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BARC Ratings: Star Plus becomes the No.1 channel in week 4

In week 4 (January 23- 29, 2016) of the BARC Ratings, Star Plus pushed Colors to the second spot and has become the most watched channel with 711 million ratings. Colors came down to No.2 after being at the top spot for weeks. Zee TV remained at No.3 like the previous week. Zee TV  increased its gross viewership from 647 Million to 692 million with the approx. gain of 45 Million , further minimizing the gap with No-2 GEC Colors (702 million)

Star Plus which was at No.2 in week 3 has leaped to the top spot with an increase in the ratings from 681 million to 711 million.

Colors slipped down to No.2 with 702 million ratings. The channel had 701 million ratings in week 3.

Zee TV remained at No.3 with 692 million ratings,  the channel   increased its gross viewership from 647 Million to 692 million with the approx. gain of 45 Million , further minimizing the gap with No-2 GEC Colors (702 million)

At No.4 stood Zee Anmol with 665 million ratings. The channel saw a rise in the ratings from week 3’s 638 million.

Star Utsav too remained at No.5 like the previous week and saw a rise in the ratings from 437 million to 487 million.

Sony Pal climbed a step up from No.7 to No.6 in week 4 with 420 million ratings. The channel had 394 million ratings in week 3.

Rishtey stood at No.7 with 416 million ratings, higher than the ratings of previous week which was 393 million.

Life OK slipped down to No.8 with 411 million ratings. The channel had 427 million ratings in week 3.

The bottom two spots went to Sony SAB and DD National which had 341 million and 339 million ratings respectively.

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