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Week 2 ratings: ZEE displaces Colors from No. 2, gains viewership

17-January-2014
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Week 2 ratings: ZEE displaces Colors from No. 2, gains viewership

As per the TVT data sourced from TAM subscribers in the HSM market for Week 2 (January 7-13) of 2014, Zee TV gained viewership, while Star Plus and Colors saw a dip in viewership numbers.

Star Plus continued at No. 1 with 629 million TVTs in Week 2, as compared to 647 million TVTs in Week 1.

Zee TV overtook Colors as the No. 2 GEC with 488 million TVTs, which was 39 million TVTs ahead of the last week’s 449 million TVTs.

Colors slid to No. 3 spot seeing a decline in viewership from 522 million TVTs in Week 1 to 457 million TVTs in Week 2.

Sab TV remained at No. 4 with 338 million TVTs, a fall from the previous week’s 361 million TVTs.

Life OK was at the fifth spot with 338 million TVTs in Week 2, as compared to 323 million TVTs in Week 1.

Sony continued in the sixth position with 263 million TVTs, a marginal dip from 266 million TVTs in the previous week.
 

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