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BARC ratings: Star Plus, Zee Anmol see drop in ratings, yet maintain leadership in week 45

20-November-2015
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BARC ratings: Star Plus, Zee Anmol see drop in ratings, yet maintain leadership in week 45

In week 45 (November 7 – 13, 2015) of the BARC ratings for the Hindi GEC genre,  Star Plus, Zee Anmol, and Colors maintain their market postions at No. 1, No. 2, and No. 3 spots, respectively.

According to BARC data HSM NCCS All India (U+R), Star Plus at No.1 spot saw its ratings decline to 748 million in week 45 from 786 million in week 43m still maintaining leadership.

Zee Anmol at No.2 spot too saw a drop in ratings this week at 717 million from 722 million in week 43.

Colors held ground at No.3 spot in week 45 and saw marginal growth in ratings to 656 million from 652 million in week 43.

Zee TV at No.4 saw its ratings drop to 638 million on week 45 from 647 million in week 43.

Star Utsav rose to No.5 position as its ratings marginally increased to 499 million from 496 million in week 43.

Life OK slipped to No. 6 spot with a drop in ratings to 441 million from 509 million in week 43.

Sab TV maintained position at No.7 spot this week ratings dropping to 337 million from 374 million in week 43.

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