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BARC ratings: Colors sees a rise, Star Plus falls in week 32

21-August-2015
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BARC ratings: Colors sees a rise, Star Plus falls in week 32

According to BARC ratings week 32 (August 8 – 14, 2015) Hindi GECs HSM markets C&S 1lakh+, Star Plus saw the largest drop in ratings among the top Hindi GECs during the week. In week 32 it dropped 409 million from 417 million in week 31.

Colors too saw its rating increased to 366 million this week from 340 million in week 31.

Zee TV also saw its ratings decreased to 256 million this week from 261 million last week.

Life OK during this week saw its ratings stay at 235 million in week 32, the same as week 31.

Sab TV at No.5 spot saw its ratings too decline to 191 million this week from 197 million in week 32. 

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