BARC Ratings: Star Plus continues to lead; Star Utsav takes a leap to sixth spot in week 14
In week 14 (2-8 April, 2016) of the BARC Ratings, Star Plus held on to its top spot. Colors remained at No.2 followed by Zee TV at No.3. Zee Anmol stood No.4 like the week before. Sony Pal climbed a step up to the fifth spot. At No.6 stood Star Utsav , the channel gained both in terms of rankings and ratings as it moved up from the ninth spot in week 13.
Star Plus remained to be the most watched channel in week 14 also with 712 million ratings, higher than previous week’s 710 million ratings.
Colors with 670 million continued to be at No.2. The channel had 653 million ratings in week 13.
Zee TV with 593 million ratings, almost similar as week 13, stood at No.3.
Zee Anmol stood at No.4 with 573 million ratings which were 567 in week 13.
Sony Pal gained in terms of ranking as the channel moved up from the sixth spot to fifth in week 13. But the channel lost in terms of ratings as it garnered 507 million ratings, less than previous week’s 538 million.
At No.6 stood Star Utsav with 492 million ratings. The channel gained both in terms of rankings and ratings as it moved up from the ninth spot in week 13 where it had 457 million ratings.
Life OK with 487 million ratings stood at No.7. The channel was exactly on the same position with 491 million ratings in the previous week.
Rishtey remained at No.8 with 470 million ratings. The channel had 469 million ratings in week 13.
The ninth spot was acquired by Sony SAB with 382 million ratings followed by Sony Entertainment television at No.10 with 290 million ratings.
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