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Zee TV takes top spot collectively in Hindi GEC @BARC Week 21

02-June-2017
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Zee TV takes top spot collectively in Hindi GEC @BARC Week 21

According to BARC data for Week 21 (May 20–26), Zee TV has dislodged the Hindi GEC leader Star Plus. Zee TV ruled the chart collectively with 679 million impressions, followed by Star Plus with 676 million impressions and Sony Pal with 627 million impressions. 

Star Plus continued to dominate the urban market with 453 million impressions. Similarly, in the rural market, Sony Pal continued to lead in the same week with 477 million impressions.

Urban Market

Star Plus continued to top the urban market with 453 million impressions, compared to 427 million impressions it had in Week 20.

Zee TV moved up to the second spot with 404 million impressions as against the 291 million impressions it fetched the previous week.

Colors slipped one spot down to no. 3 with 321 million impressions as against the 317 million impressions it fetched the previous week.

Sony SAB maintained its fourth spot with 284 million impressions as against its 266 million impressions it garnered in Week 20.

Sony Entertainment Television also retained its fifth position with 252 million impressions as against previous week’s 246 million impressions.

Rural Market

Sony Pal continued to dominate the rural market with 477 million impressions.

Rishtey climbed up to the second spot with 387 million impressions compared to the 349 million impressions it garnered last week.

Zee Anmol slipped to the third spot with 368 million impressions as against the 382 million impressions it fetched in Week 20.

Zee TV climbed up to the fourth spot with 275 million impressions.

Star Utsav slipped to the fifth spot with 273 million impressions.

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