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Modi show on India TV grabs eyeballs on TV & digital

18-April-2014
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Modi show on India TV grabs eyeballs on TV & digital

The ‘Aap Ki Adalat’ special episode featuring Narendra Modi, which was aired on Saturday, April 12, 2014, claims to have got all time high viewership.

As per TAM data, 74 per cent Hindi news television viewers in India were watching this show at one point of time.

The show gained traction on digital media as well. On YouTube, ‘Aap Ki Adalat’ with Modi has clocked over 1.78 million views globally till now. #modikiadalat was trending as world’s No. 1 on Twitter while the telecast was on.

 

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