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BARC Ratings: Star Plus continues its edge over other channels, DD National stands at no.7 in week 12

01-April-2016
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BARC Ratings: Star Plus continues its edge over other channels, DD National stands at no.7 in week 12

In week 12 (19-25 March, 2016) of the BARC Ratings, Star Plus remained to be the most watched channel in week 12. Zee Anmol replaced Sony Pal to acquire the fourth spot. DD National made an entry into the list at No.7.

Star Plus garnered 710 million ratings, less than previous week’s 714 million in week 12 and remained to be the most watched Hindi Entertainment Channel.

Colors stayed at no.2 with 657 million ratings. The channel had 704 million ratings in week 11.

Zee TV at No.3 fetched 613 million ratings, less than previous week’s 646 million.

Zee Anmol replaced Sony Pal to acquire the fourth spot with 568 million ratings. The channel had 498 million ratings in week 11.

Sony Pal which was at No.4 in week 11, slipped down to No.5 in week 12 with 533 million ratings. But, the channel saw a rise in terms of ratings which were 520 in the previous week.

Star Utsav stood at No.6 with 519 million ratings which were 492 in week 11.

DD National made an entry into the list at No.7 with 517 million ratings.

Life OK stood at No.8 in week 12 with 468 million ratings. The channel was at no.7 in the previous week with 487 million ratings.

Rishtey stood at No.9 with 433 million ratings which were 450 in the previous week. Also, the channel saw a fall in terms of rank from No.8 previous week.

At No.10 stood Sony SAB with 387 million ratings which were 390 in week 11.

 

 

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