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BARC ratings: Sun TV, Zee Marathi, Big Magic Ganga and Asianet top regional ratings in week 32

24-August-2015
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BARC ratings: Sun TV, Zee Marathi, Big Magic Ganga and Asianet top regional ratings in week 32

In week 32 (August 8 – 14, 2015) BARC data revealed the top channels in the regional front. Sun TV, Zee Marathi, Big Magic Ganga and Asianet in week 32 were leading their markets of Tamil Nadu, Maharashtra, Bihar & Jharkhand and Kerala respectively by a huge margin in viewership ratings. 

Among the Tamil Nadu channels (Tamil/Puducherry markets C&S 1Lakh+) Sun TV was on top in week 32 with ratings 278 million. It was followed by Star Vijay with ratings of 82 million. KTV was at No.3 spot with ratings of 80 million.

Among the Marathi channels (Maharashtra/Goa markets C&S 1lakh+), Zee Marathi stood on top with ratings of 83 million. Colors Marathi was at No.2 spot with ratings of 30 million, followed by Zee Talkies with ratings of 25 million in week 32.

Among the Telugu channels (Andhra Pradesh/Telangana markets C&S 1lakh+), Zee Telugu was on top with ratings of 138 million. At No.2 spot Maa TV saw its ratings grow to 112 million. ETV at No.3 spot saw its ratings at 103 million.

Among the Kannada channels (Karnataka market C&S 1lakh+), Colors Kannada was on top spot in week 32 with ratings of 64 million. Zee Kannada was at No.2 with ratings of 50 million. Udaya TV stood at No.3 with ratings of 48 million.

Among the Bhojpuri channels (Bihar and Jharkhand market C&S 1lakh+), Big Magic Ganga had a viewership of 56% share as its ratings stood at 4117 (‘000s). ETV Bihar Jharkhand was at No.2 spot with ratings of 2144 (‘000s). DD Bihar was at No.3 with ratings of 514 (‘000s).

Asianet in the Malayalam channels (Kerala market C&S 1lakh+) was on top with 166 million. Mazhavil Manorama came in next with ratings of 57 million. Asianet Movies was at No.3 with ratings of 39 million.

Among the Bangla channels (West Bengal C&S 1lakh+) Star Jalsha was on top with ratings of 82 million. Zee Bangla came in next with ratings of 59 million and was followed by Jalsha Movies at No.3 with ratings of 15 million.        

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