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TAM ratings: Colors rises to No. 1 spot in Hindi GEC

14-November-2015
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TAM ratings: Colors rises to No. 1 spot in Hindi GEC

Colors rises to No.1 spot with a rise in the latest TAM ratings, while Star Plus declined this week. Life OK also rose to No.4, while SAB TV declined to No.5 this week.  

In Week 45 (November 1 – 7, 2015) Hindi GEC HSM without LC1 CS 4+ TAM data, Colors rose to No.1 spot from No.2 last week as its ratings grew this week to 236 GRPs this week from 221 GRPs last week. In terms of GVTs the ratings rose to 381 million GVTs in week 45 from 357 million GVTs in week 44.

Star Plus fell to No.2 spot as its ratings declined to 226 GRPs from 239 GRPs in week 44. In terms of GVTs, the ratings declined to 365 million GVTs this week from 387 million GVTs last week.

Zee TV at No.3 spot saw its ratings decline to 152 GRPs this week from 153 GRPs last week. In terms of GVTs, the ratings of the channel had declined to 246 million GVTs this week from 247 million GVTs last week.

Life OK rose to No.4 spot as its ratings increased this week to 138 GRPs in week 45 from 124 GRPs in week 44. In terms of GVTs, the ratings increased to 223 million GVTs from 200 million GVTs last week.

Sab TV slipped to No.5 spot and saw its ratings decline this week to 122 GRPs from 137 GRPs last week. In terms of GVTs, the ratings declined to 197 million GVTs from 221 million GVTs last week.

Sony TV saw a marginal decline in ratings this week to 100 GRPs in week 45 from 108 GRPs in week 45. In terms of GVTs, the ratings of the channel declined similarly to 162 million GVTs this week from 174 million GVTs last week. 

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