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TAM ratings: Sab TV regains No.4 spot; Like OK slips to No.5 spot

24-July-2015
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TAM ratings: Sab TV regains No.4 spot; Like OK slips to No.5 spot

Week 29 (July 12 – 18, 2015) of the Hindi GEC universe saw Sab TV regain No.4 spot with a rise in its ratings. Despite a marginal increase in Like OK’s ratings it slipped to No.5 spot. Colors and Zee TV saw the maximum decline during the week.

According to TAM data week 29 HSM without LC1 markets CS 4+, Star Plus’ ratings declined to 237 GRPs this week from 244 GRPs in week 28. In terms of GVTs, it declined to 383 million GVTs this week from 394 million GVTs last week.

Colors ratings reduced even further to 204 GRPs in week 29 from 220 GPRs in week 28. In GVTs, it decreased similarly to 329 million GVTs this week against 356 million GVTs last week.

Zee TV at No.3 spot similarly saw its ratings decline to 152 GRPs in week 29 from 166 GRPs in week 28. In terms of GVTs, it declined to 246 million GVTs in week 29 from 268 million GVTs in week 28.

Sab TV regained No.4 spot on the back of a marginal increase in ratings this week to 134 GRPs in week 29 from 128 GRPs in week 28. In GVTs it increased to 216 million GVTs from 206 million GVTs in week 28.

Life OK slipped to No.5 spot this week despite its ratings increasing marginally to 131 GRPs in week 29 from 129 GRPs in week 28. In terms of GVTs it increased to 212 million GVTs in week 29 from 208 million GVTs in week 28.

Sony TV at No.6 spot saw its ratings decline this week to 107 GRPs from 114 GRPs in week 28. In terms of GVTs it declined to 173 million GVTs in week 29 from 184 million GVTs in week 28. 

Tags Hindi GECs TAM ratings week 29 ratings Star Plus

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