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Star Plus and Sony Pal lead urban and rural markets respectively @BARC Week 10 Ratings

17-March-2017
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Star Plus and Sony Pal lead urban and rural markets respectively @BARC Week 10 Ratings

According to BARC data for week 10 (March 4 - 10), Star Plus continued to maintain its hold over the urban market with 500 million impressions. Same goes for Sony Pal, which continued to take the first spot in the rural market in week 10 with 419 million impressions.

Collectively too, Star Plus took the first spot bringing in 756 million impressions followed by Colors at the second spot (637 million impressions) and Sony Pal at the third spot (568 million impressions).

Urban market

Star Plus continued to top the urban market with 500 million impressions compared to 519 million impressions it had in week 9.

Colors held on to its second spot with 421 million impressions as against the 424 million impressions it fetched the previous week.

Sony Entertainment Television climbed back to its third spot with 294 million impressions as against previous week’s 295 million impressions.

Sony SAB moved up to fourth spot with 292 million impressions as against week 9’s 289 million impressions.

Zee TV slipped to fifth spot managing 291 million impressions, compared to week 9’s 308 million impressions.

Rural Market

Sony Pal continued to lead the rural market with 419 million impressions, as against week 9’s 406 million impressions.

Zee Anmol maintained its second spot with 365 million impressions as against the 384 million impressions it fetched in week 9.

Rishtey continued to stay on the third spot fetching 337 million impressions compared to previous week’s 384 million impressions.

Star Utsav also remained at the fourth spot with 331 million impressions as against the previous week’s 352 million impressions.

Star Plus too held on to its fifth spot with 255 million impressions.

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