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TAM ratings: Colors retains its top spot, Sony SAB and Life OK exchange spots in week 46

21-November-2015
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TAM ratings: Colors retains its top spot, Sony SAB and Life OK exchange spots in week 46

According to the latest TAM ratings of the Hindi GECs, Colors retains its top spot with Star Plus holding on to the second position like the previous week ratings. Life OK and Sony SAB have exchanged their positions where Sony SAB rose to No.4, while Life OK slipped down to No.5 this week. Zee TV retained its last week position spot of No.3.

In the TAM ratings of week 46 (November 8-14, 2015) Hindi GEC HSM without LC1 CS 4+ TAM data, Colors remained at No.1 like week 45 although its ratings came down to 220 GRPs from 236 GRPs this week. In terms of GVTs the ratings came down to 356 million in week 46 from 381 million GVTs in week 45.

Sony SAB stepped up one step higher to the spot of No.4 this week as its ratings rose to 125 GRPs from 122 GRPs this week. In terms of GVTs, the ratings rose to 201 million from 197 million this week.

Channels like Star Plus, Zee TV and Life OK also saw a decline in the ratings where their ratings declined to 215 GRPs, 135 GRPs and 121 GRPs from 226 GRPs, 152 GRPs and 138 GRPs respectively. In terms of GVTs, the ratings declined to 348 million, 212 million and 195 million from 365 million, 246 million and 223 million respectively.

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