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TAM ratings: Life OK rises to No.4, Sab TV and Sony TV plunge

17-July-2015
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TAM ratings: Life OK rises to No.4, Sab TV and Sony TV plunge

Week 28 (July 5 – 11, 2015) of the Hindi GEC Universe saw Life OK take No.4 spot, while Sab TV and Sony TV witnesses large fall in ratings, according to TAM data released this week.

Week 27 HSM without LC1 markets CS 4+, Star Plus’ ratings increased to 244 GRPs this week from 232 GRPs in week 27. In terms of GVTs, it increased to 394 million GVTs this week from 375 million GVTs last week.

Colors saw its ratings rise marginally to 220 GRPs in week 28 from 206 GPRs in week 27. In GVTs, it increased similarly to 356 million GVTs this week against 333 million GVTs last week.

Zee TV at No.3 spot saw its ratings decline to 166 GRPs from 174 GRPs in week 27. In terms of GVTs, it declined to 268 million GVTs in week 28 from 282 million GVTs in week 27.

Life OK regained No.4 spot this week despite its ratings falling marginally to 129 GRPs in week 28 from 130 GRPs in week 27. In terms of GVTs it declined to 209 million GVTs in week 28 from 208 million GVTs in week 27.

Sab TV fell to No.5 spot on the back of a large declined in ratings this week as it dropped to 128 GRPs in week 28 from 140 GRPs in week 27. In GVTs it declined to 206 million GVTs from 226 million GVTs in week 27.

Sony TV fell to No.6 spot as it too saw a large decline in its ratings this week. Its ratings dropped to 114 GRPs this week from 140 GRPs in week 27. In terms of GVTs it declined to 184 million GVTs in week 28 from 226 million GVTs in week 27. 

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