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BARC Ratings: Life OK and Sab TV see a big dip in ratings

14-May-2015
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BARC Ratings: Life OK and Sab TV see a big dip in ratings

In week 18 (May 2 – 8, 2015) of BARC ratings Life OK and Sab TV see the biggest dip in ratings. While Colors’ ratings stay the same as last week, all the top Hindi GECs see a dip in their ratings. There was no change in the overall pecking order of the channels in the Hindi GEC universe.

According to data sourced from BARC subscribers for week 18, Star Plus at leadership position saw its ratings take a hit during the week. It declined to 501 GRPs in week 18 from 522 GRPs in week 17.

Colors at No.2 saw its ratings stay the same as the previous week at 416 GRPs.

Life OK at No.3 spot took a huge dip to 332 GRPs in week 18 from 377 GRPs in week 17.

Zee TV at No.4 spot too saw its ratings decline to 309 GRPs in week 18 from 348 GRPs in week 17.

Sab TV at No.5 spot also saw a large decline during this week to 196 GRPs in week 18 from 239 GRPs in week 17.

Sony TV at No.6 spot declined to 186 GRPs in week 18 from 223 GRPs in week 17.

&TV at No.7 spot in the Hindi GECs ratings board saw a marginal decline to 99 GRPs in week 18 from 100 GRPs in week 17.

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