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Colors, Sony Pal claim top spot in urban, rural markets respectively in week 45

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Colors, Sony Pal claim top spot in urban, rural markets respectively in week 45

According to BARC data for week 45 (November 5 to 11), Colors continued to lead the urban markets followed by Star Plus at no.2 and Sony Entertainment at no.3. As far as the rural markets are concerned, Sony Pal climbed one spot ahead and is at no 1. Zee Anmol, Star Utsav, Rishtey occupied the second, third and fourth place respectively.

Urban Ratings:

Colors remained at the top spot with 433 million ratings for week 45 as compared to 430 million ratings which it garnered in week 44.

Star Plus got 401 million ratings for the current week, as compared to 385 million ratings in week 44.

Sony Entertainment climbed to the third spot with 287 million ratings. In week 44, the channel garnered 273 million ratings.

Zee TV also climbed one spot ahead to the fourth place with a total of 253 million ratings for week 45.

The fifth place was occupied by Sab TV which slipped two spots as compared to week 44. For week 45, the channel got 252 million ratings.

Rural Ratings:

Sony Pal occupied the No 1 spot with 343 million ratings for week 45 as compared to 324 million ratings which the channel garnered in week 44.

The second place was occupied by Zee Anmol with 331 million ratings. The channel last week occupied the top spot with 336 million ratings.

Star Utsav occupied the third place with 305 million ratings for week 45 as compared to week 44’s 294 million ratings.

Rishtey slipped one place down the chart at No 4 with 290 million ratings for week 45

Colors remained at the same fifth spot, occupying 207 million ratings for week 45. 


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