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BARC Ratings: Nick leads kids genre followed by Pogo

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BARC Ratings: Nick leads kids genre followed by Pogo

Broadcasters Audience Research Council released the much awaited television ratings for the week 16 from April 18th to 24th. The data released in the first phase of BARC is  for  : 1L+ C&S HHs – Empanelled – 12,000, Reporting - 10,760 households (1L+ C&S).

According to BARC data for kids genre, Nick tops the chart,  followed by Pogo TV and Cartoon Network.

Top 3 Channels All India (1 Lac + HHs)
WK 16
Nick 61,287
Pogo TV 58,473
Cartoon Network 39,495

According to data from BARC subscribers All India 4+ Yrs ABCDE data for the week April 18 – 24, 2015, Nickelodeon scored ratings of 251 TVTs.

Pogo TV in No.2 spot brought in ratings of 238 TVTs.

Cartoon Network in No.3 spot got ratings of 161 TVTs.

Disney Channel and Hungama was at No.4 spot with 144 TVTs each.

Disney XD had ratings of 47 TVTs during the week.

Sonic Nickelodeon at No.6 spot got 32 TVTs.

Discovery Kids followed and brought in ratings of 21 TVTs.

Nick Junior was at No.8 spot with 11 TVTs, while Disney Kids came in last with 9 TVTs.



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