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Week 12 ratings: Star, Colors, and Zee make good gains

27-March-2015
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Week 12 ratings: Star, Colors, and Zee make good gains

In week 12 (15-21 March, 2015), Star Plus, Colors and Zee TV made good rating gains, according to data sourced from TAM subscribers.

Star Plus saw ratings increase to 624 million GVTs from 592 million GVTs in week 11.

Colors rose to 457 million GVTs in week 12 from 428 million GVTS in week 11.

Zee TV saw a good spike in ratings with 394 million GVTs in week 12 from 307 million GVTs in week 11.

Life OK suffered marginally with 302 million GVTS in week 12 from 307 million GVTs in week  11.

On the other hand, SAB TV fell to 275 million GVTs in week 12 from 288 million GVTs in week 11, while Sony TV also declined to 201 million GVTs from 221 million GVTs in week 11.

Newcomer &TV saw ratings fall to 99 million GVTs in week 12 from 105 million GVTs in week 11.
 

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