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Life OK maintains position 3, Star Plus loses viewership again

13-June-2014
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Life OK maintains position 3, Star Plus loses viewership again

As per ratings data sourced from TAM subscribers for week 23 (June 1-June 7) Star Plus was at number one position with 647 million TVTs as compared to 655 million in week 22. The channel has been witnessing a decline in viewership over the past three weeks now. Zee TV was at number two with 383 million TVTs which was less than 400 million they got in week 22. Quite interestingly Life OK continued to be at the third position with 371 million TVTs as compared to 365 million in week 22. Colors was at number four with 350 million TVTs, slightly up from 347 million in week 22.Sony was at number five with 313 million which was considerably less than 340 million the channel garnered last week. SAB was at number six with 261 million which was up from 256 million they garnered last week.

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