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BARC Ratings: Star Plus, Star Utsav lead urban, rural markets respectively in week 29

29-July-2016
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BARC Ratings: Star Plus, Star Utsav lead urban, rural markets respectively in week 29

According to BARC Ratings for week 29 (16-22 July, 2016), in the urban markets, Star Plus remained at no.1 spot but experienced a dip in the ratings. Colors stayed at no.2 followed by Zee TV at no.3. Life OK acquired the fourth spot pushing Sony Entertainment Television to the sixth spot. In the rural markets, Star Utsav replaced Zee Anmol to acquire the top spot. Zee Anmol slipped to the second spot. 

Detailed Report Below:

Hindi GEC Urban:

Star Plus remained at no.1 spot but experienced a dip in the ratings from 482 million in the previous week to 478 million in week 29.

Colors stayed at no.2 with 414 million ratings. The ratings were higher than previous week’s 409 million.

Zee TV, at no.3, like week 29, fetched 356 million ratings. The channel had 334 million ratings in the previous week.

Life OK acquired the fourth spot replacing Sony Entertainment Television in week 29. The channel garnered 287 million ratings which were 268 million in the previous week.

Sony SAB climbed to the fifth spot from sixth in week 29 with 266 million ratings, higher than week 29’s 257 million.

Sony Entertainment Television slipped two spots to no.6 in week 29 as it lost in terms of viewership ratings. The channel got 258 million ratings which were 277 million in week 29.

&TV remained at no.7 with 114 million ratings,less than previous week’s 116 million.

At no.8 stood Zee Anmol with 103 million ratings. The channel was at the same spot last week but with better ratings of 106.8 million.

The ninth spot was acquired by Star Utsav with 101 million  ratings which were 103 million in the previous week.

Sony Pal slipped to the tenth spot from ninth in week 29 with 99 million which were 106.3 million in week 29.

Hindi GEC Rural:

Star Utsav replaced Zee Anmol to acquire the top spot in week 29 with 348 million ratings. The channel had 333 million ratings in the previous week.

Zee Anmol slipped to the second spot after ruling the charts for weeks. The channel which had 358 million ratings in the previous week fetched 329 million in week 29.

Sony Pal stayed at no.2 with 313 million ratings which were 301 million in the previous week.

Zee TV remained at no.4 with 280 million ratings. The channel had 263 million ratings in the previous week.

Star Plus, at no.5, fetched 218 million ratings, less than previous week’s 238 million.

Rishtey acquired the sixth spot with 204 million ratings, higher than previous week’s 202 million.

At no.7 stood Colors with 169 million ratings, less than previous week’s 174 million.

The eighth spot was acquired by Life OK with 150 million, higher than previous week’s 141 million.

Big Magic and Sony Entertainment Television acquired the bottom two spots with 102 million and 100 million, which were 106 million and 103 million in the previous week, respectively.

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