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BARC Ratings: Star Plus, Colors retain top two spots in week 11

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BARC Ratings: Star Plus, Colors retain top two spots in week 11

In week 11 (12- 18 March, 2016) of BARC data, Star Plus retained its top spot whereas, Colors remained at No.2. Zee TV too, like the previous two weeks acquired the third spot. The fourth spot was acquired by Sony Pal replacing Zee Anmol which now stands at No.5.

Star Plus earned around 714 million ratings in week 11, higher than previous week’s 707 million.

At No 2, Colors’ ratings also increased from 668 million in week 10 to 704 million in week 11.

Similar story with Zee TV, who at third spot, fetched 646 million ratings from 631 million ratings.

Sony Pal which toppled Zee Anmol at No. 4, garnered 520 million ratings. But compared to previous week its ratings are still less than Zee Anmol which had 548 million ratings (in week 10).

Zee Anmol saw a drop in its position from No. 5 to No. 4 with 494 million ratings.

Star Utsav retained its sixth spot in week 11 with 492 million ratings, though it witnessed a fall in its ratings from previous week’s 509 million ratings.

Life OK keeps its seventh position intact like week 10 with 487 million ratings, an increase from week 10’s 469 million ratings.  

Rishtey which retained its eight spot in week 11 witnessed an increase in its ratings from previous week’s 412 million ratings to 450 million ratings.

Like previous week Sony SAB and Sony Entertainment Television stood at No. 9 and No. 10 in week 11 at 390 million ratings and 298 million ratings respectively and both of them saw an increase in the ratings.   


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