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Week 41 ratings: All GECs see dip in viewership; Life OK retains fourth position

18-October-2013
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Week 41 ratings:  All GECs see dip in viewership; Life OK retains fourth position

The TVT ratings for Week 41 are out. As per TVT data sourced from TAM subscribers for Week 41 (October 6-12) for CS 4+, HSM markets, major channels see a decline in viewership.

Star Plus stayed on top with net TVTs of 465 million in Week 41 as compared to 502 million in the previous week.

Colors stood at second spot with 407 million TVTs. The channel had garnered 476 million TVTs in Week 40.

Zee TV was placed third with 407 million TVTS as compared to 416 million gross TVT in Week 40.

Life OK, which had displaced Sony from fourth position last week, maintained its position in Week 41 with a slight decline in viewership. The channel recorded gross TVTs of 345 million, as compared to 347 million in Week 40.

Sony TV, which had gained viewership last week, suffered a decline this week. The channel recorded gross TVTs of 313 million, as compared to 323 million TVTs last week.

SAB TV was at No. 6 and also suffered a decline in viewership numbers. The channel recorded 292 million TVTs, as against 317 million gross TVTs in Week 40.

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