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Week 13 ratings: Zee TV, SAB TV and Sony TV rise

04-April-2015
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Week 13 ratings: Zee TV, SAB TV and Sony TV rise

In week 13 (March 22 – 28, 2015) of the Hindi GEC ratings universe saw Star Plus, Colors and Life OK marginally decline, while Zee TV, Sab TV and Sony TV saw a rise in their ratings this week.

According to data sourced from TAM subscribers, Star Plus in week 13 saw its ratings fall to 597 million GVTs from 624 million GVTs in week 12.

Colors on the other hand saw a minor decline as it fell to 451 million GVTs from 457 million GVTs in week 12.

Zee TV sees its ratings increase this week to 411 million GVTs in week 13 from 394 million GVTs in week 12.

Life OK saw its ratings decline to 288 million GVTs in week 13 from 302 million GVTs in week 12.

Sab TV saw its ratings rise to 281 million GVTs in week 13 from 275 million GVTs in week 12.

Sony Entertainment Television (SET) saw its ratings increase this week to 221 million GVTs from 200 million GVTs last week.
&TV rose marginally to 101 million GVTs in week 13 from 99 million GVTs in week 12.

Star Utsav brought in ratings of 91 million GVTs in week 13, while Zee Anmol stood at 90 million GVTs in week 13.
Sony Pal’s ratings for week 13 was 44 million GVTs, while Zindagi had ratings of 22 million GVTs in week 13.


 

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