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Star Plus leads GEC ranking with 474 mn TVT; Colors follows

01-August-2013
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Star Plus leads GEC ranking with 474 mn TVT; Colors follows

The TAM Media ratings for Week 30 (July 21-July 27) of 2013 have been revealed. The measurement this time was made in Television Viewership in Thousands (TVT) for the first time.
As per viewership data for CS 4+ HSM markets, sourced from TAM subscribers, Star Plus is ruling the roost. Star Plus garnered TVT of 474 million. In week 29, it had garnered 243 GRPs.

At number two position was Colors with 456 million TVT. Zee TV stood third place with TVT of 341 million, while Sony recorded a TVT of 316 million.

SAB TV came fifth with a TVT of 300 million. Life OK followed with a TVT of 240 million.

The ranking is almost similar to week 29, except that Colors was in far more intense competition with top player Star Plus in week 30.

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