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BARC Ratings: Sun TV continues winning streak across all regional channels in week 47

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BARC Ratings: Sun TV continues winning streak across all regional channels in week 47

In week 47 (November 21-27, 2015) Sun TV continues its overall lead among all the regional channels with 1101 million ratings, higher than last week’s 983 million, according to the BARC data. Star Jalsha, Zee Marathi, Big Magic Ganga and Asianet were leading in their  markets of West Bengal,  Maharashtra, Bihar & Jharkhand and Kerala respectively by a huge margin in viewership ratings.

Trailing behind Sun TV among the Tamil channels (Tamil/Puducherry markets C&S 1Lakh+) was KTV with 333 million ratings which is marginally higher than its rating in week 46 which was 323 million. Star Vijay stood at No.3 with 178 million ratings which was 155 million last week.

In the Bihar and Jharkhand market, Big Magic Ganga acquired the No.1 spot in week 47 with 27 million ratings replacing Bhojpuri Cinema to the No.2 spot with ratings 26 million ratings which was 41 million last week. Dangal TV stood at No.3 with 18 million ratings. Dabangg slipped a spot down to the fourth spot with 7 million ratings.

 Among the Telegu channels, ETV Telegu retained its top position but with a decline in the ratings from 448 million to 420 million this week. Maa TV with 339 million ratings acquired the No.2 spot pushing Zee Telegu to the third spot with 316 million ratings.

 Star Jalsha remained at No.1 in week 47 with rise in ratings from 234 million to 242 million. Following Star Jalsha is Zee Bangla with 146 million ratings. Colors Bangla stepped up one step and acquired the No.4 spot this week with 32 million ratings, marginally less than previous week’s 33 million.

Among the Malyalam channels, Asianet continued to be the No.1 channel with 379 million ratings. Although,its ratings have declined from 418 million last week. Mazhavil Manorama stood at No.2 with 102 million ratings.

Colors Kannada with 298 million ratings continued to lead the Kannada channels (Karnataka market All India U+R). Following with 152 million ratings was Udaya Movies. Zee Kannada stood at No.4 with 140 million ratings.

Zee Marathi continued its winning streak in the Maharashtra market with 135 million ratings followed by Zee Talkies with 78 million ratings. Colors Marathi slipped down one spot to No.3 in week 47 with 74 million ratings, though the ratings are higher than last week’s 69 million ratings. The fourth spot was acquired by Star Pravah with 46 million ratings.

As far as the Odisha market is concerned, Sarthak TV continued to be on the No.1 spot with rise in its ratings from 94 million to 102 million ratings. Tarang TV saw a decline in its ratings from 62 million to 58 million ratings this week. Colors Odia stood at No.3 with 18 million ratings which was 21 million last week.


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