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BARC Ratings: Star Plus retains No.1 spot, Colors stands second in week 10

18-March-2016
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BARC Ratings: Star Plus retains No.1 spot, Colors stands second in week 10

In week 10 (5- 11 March, 2016) of BARC data, Star Plus retained its top spot whereas, Colors remained at No.2. Zee TV too, like the previous week acquired the third spot. The fourth spot was acquired by Zee Anmol and at No.5 stood Sony Pal replacing DD National.

Star Plus remained at No.1 in week 10 with 707 million ratings, higher than previous week’s 677 million.

Colors stayed at No.2 with 668 million ratings which were 667 in week 9.

Zee TV, AT No.3, fetched 631 million ratings. The channel had 626 million ratings in week 9.

Zee Anmol garnered 548 million ratings, less than previous week’s 594 million ratings and stood at No.4.

Sony Pal which was on No.6 the previous week stepped up to No.5 replacing DD National with 518 million ratings. The channel had 500 million ratings in week 9.

Star Utsav which was on No.7 previous week acquired the sixth spot in week 10 with 509 million ratings. The channel had 486 million ratings in the previous week.

Life OK acquired the seventh spot with 469 million ratings. The channel was at No.8 with 435 million ratings in the previous week.

Rishtey stood at No.8 with 412 million ratings. The channel was at No.9 with 410 million ratings.

Sony SAB acquired the ninth spot with 391 million ratings. The channel had 384 million ratings in the previous week.

Sony Entertainment Television stood at No.10 with 301 million ratings.

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