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BARC Ratings: Star Plus, Colors see spike in ratings; maintain leadership in week 46

27-November-2015
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BARC Ratings: Star Plus, Colors see spike in ratings; maintain leadership in week 46

In week 46 (November 14 – 20, 2015) of the BARC ratings for the Hindi GEC genre,  Star Plus, Zee Anmol, and Colors maintain their market postions at No. 1, No. 2, and No. 3 spots, respectively.

According to BARC data HSM NCCS All India (U+R), Star Plus at No.1 spot saw its ratings rise 795 miilion from 748 million in week 45, continually maintaining leadership.

Zee Anmol at No.2 spot too saw a marginal rise in ratings this week at 719 million from 717 million in week 45.

Colors held ground at No.3 spot in week 46 and saw a growth in ratings to 708 million from 656 million in week 45.

Zee TV at No.4 saw its ratings rise to 647 million from 638 million in week 45.

Star Utsav stood at No.5 position as its ratings increased to 518 million from 499 million in week 45.

Life OK too stayed in last week’s position at No. 6 with a rise in ratings to 477 million from 441 million in week 45.

Sab TV lost ground, and slipped to position at No.9 spot with despite a rise in ratings to 357 million from 337 million in week 45.

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