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BARC Ratings: Sun TV at top spot across all regional channels with highest ratings in week 46

30-November-2015
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BARC Ratings: Sun TV at top spot across all regional channels with highest ratings in week 46

In week 46 (14th November 14 -20, 2015) Sun TV has the highest ratings of 983 million out of all the regional channels according to the BARC data. Among the Telegu channels, ETV Telegu stood at No.1 spot with 448 miilion ratings. Asianet in the Malayalam channels was on top with 418 million ratings.

Trailing behind SUN TV among the Tamil channels was KTV with 323 million followed by Star Vijay with 155 million ratings.

Among the Telegu channels, Zee Telugu and Gemini acquired the No.2 and No.3 spot with 333 million and 328 million respectively.

Star Jalsha acquired the top spot among the Bangla channels with 234 million ratings followed by Zee Bangla with 138 million ratings. Colors’ Bengali channel Colors Bangla stood at No.5 with 33 million ratings.

Among the Malyalam channels, following Asianet was Mazhavil Manorama with 100 million ratings, closely followed by 99 million.

Colors Kannada acquired the top position with 300 million ratings among the Kannada channels (Karnataka market All India U+R).

Zee Marathi topped the chart among all the Marathi channels with 136 million ratings. Colors Marathi was on the no.2 spot with 69 million ratings. The fourth position was acquired by Star Pravah with 51 million ratings.

In the Odisha market (Odisha market NCCS All, Individuals, All India U+R), Sarthak TV acquired the top spot with 94 million ratings followed by Tarang TV with 62 million and Colors Odia stood at No3 with 21 million ratings.

The Bhojpuri channels (Bihar and Jharkhand market U+R NCCS All India 4+) saw Bhojpuri Cinema rise to No.1 spot with 41 million. Big magic Ganga acquired the second spot with 38 miilion ratings followed by Dabangg with 15 million.

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