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BARC ratings: Zee TV gains the most; Sony drops in week 26

10-July-2015
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BARC ratings: Zee TV gains the most; Sony drops in week 26

In week 26 (June 27 – July 3, 2015) of the Hindi GEC Universe, the BARC ratings revealed that Zee TV gained the maximum ratings during the week, while Sony TV saw the largest decline.
 
According to BARC data week 26 HSM NCCS All India markets C&S 1lakh+, Star Plus in week 26 declined to 389 million from 406 million in week 25.

Colors at No.2 spot saw its ratings increased to 357 million in week 26 from 340 million in week 25.

Zee TV at No.3 spot saw a large rise in its ratings to 284 million in week 26 from 254 million last week.
 

Life OK saw a large drop in its ratings this week to 232 million from 245 million last week.

Sony TV at No.5 spot saw an even larger drop in its ratings this week as it fell to 204 million from 236 million in week 25.  

 

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