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BARC Ratings: Star Plus remains No.1, Colors replaces Zee Anmol to be No.2 in week 48

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BARC Ratings: Star Plus remains No.1, Colors replaces Zee Anmol to be No.2 in week 48

In week 48(November 28- December 04, 2015) of the BARC ratings for the Hindi GEC genre, retaining its top spot this week is Star Plus with 796 million ratings followed by Colors with 763 million ratings. The third position is acquired by Zee Anmol with 756 million ratings.

Star Plus continued to be on the No.1 spot in week 48 although it saw a decline in ratings from 813 million in week 47 to 796 million this week.

Colors has replaced last week’s No.2 Zee Anmol with 763 million ratings which has witnessed a rise from last week’s 713 million.

Zee Anmol with 756 million ratings this week, which is a marginal rise from last week’s 754 million ratings, has slipped down to the No.3 spot.

Zee TV remained on No.4 with 677 million ratings, more than last week’s 632 million ratings.

Star Utsav , Life OK and SONY saw no change in their positions from last week’s fifth, sixth and seventh spot. These channels have 561 million, 516 million and 412 million ratings respectively in week 48.

Sony SAB, Sony Pal and Rishtey are on the last three spots of the top 10 Hindi GECs with 396 million, 366 million and 305 million ratings respectively.


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