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BARC ratings: Star Plus reclaims top spot; Colors falls to No.2 in week 38

03-October-2015
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BARC ratings: Star Plus reclaims top spot; Colors falls to No.2 in week 38

Star Plus regained No.1 spot with a large rise in ratings. Colors on the other hand saw its ratings slip and as result lost its lead. In week 38 (September 19 – 25, 2015), the BARC ratings saw an increase in the ratings of Zee TV, Life OK and Sab TV.

According to BARC ratings (HSM : NCCS All : Individuals : BARC India base - C&S 1Lac+), Star Plus regained to No.1 spot with its ratings increasing to 408 million this week from 381 million last week.
Colors dropped down to No.2 with a large decline in its ratings to 379 million in week 38 from 414 million last week.

Zee TV at No.3 witnessed a rise in ratings this week as it increase to 272 million this week from 256 million in Week 37.
Life OK in week 37 saw its ratings rise to 236 million from 221 million last week.

Sab TV saw its ratings rise this to 190 million from 183 million last week. 

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