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BARC Ratings: Star Plus, Zee Anmol, Colors continue to top the chart in week 47

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BARC Ratings: Star Plus, Zee Anmol, Colors continue to top the chart in week 47

In week 47 (November 21-27,2015) of the BARC ratings for the Hindi GEC genre, Star Plus, Zee Anmol and Colors  have acquired the top three positions and Sony SAB has climbed a step higher to No.8.

According to BARC data HSM NCCS All India (U+R),Star Plus retains holds on to its No.1 spot with 813 million ratings, more than what it was last week, i.e,795 million.

Zee Anmol with 754 million ratings remains at No.2 with a rise in the ratings from 719 million last week.

Colors with 713 million ratings stood at No.3 with a marginal rise in ratings from 708 million in week 46.

Zee TV with 632 million ratings saw a decline in its ratings from 647 million last week.

Star Utsav remained at No.5 but saw a rise in its ratings from 518 million last week to 544 million in week 47.

Life OK witnessed a fall in the ratings with 457 million in week 47 from 477 million in week 46 and is in No.6.

Sony Entertainment Television, like the previous week, remained at No.7 but saw a rise in the ratings from 388 million last week to 396 million in week 47.

Sony SAB climbed a spot higher to the No.8 with rise in its ratings from 357 million to 372 million in week 47.


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