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Sarthak TV biggest gainer in week 19 of TAM TV Ratings

KOLKATA: General Entertainment Channel (GEC) Sarthak TV has gained big in the week 19 of TAM TV ratings. The report which tracks CS4+ and all the days shows that the Odia GEC has garnered 303 GRPs, as compared to the 275 GRPs last week.

 

Tarang TV on the other hand has come down from its previous week’s 218 GRPs to 211 GRPs this week. Infotainment channel, OTV has also seen a reduction in its GRP. The channel has managed 131 GRPs this week, compared to the 170 GRP it reported last week.

 

 ETV Oriya, now under the belt of Network 18 Group saw a hike in its GRP- from 99 GRPs in week 18 to the 107 GRPs it recorded this week.

 

The GRPs for MBCTV and Prarthana were 120 and 83 respectively. Tarang Music and Kanak TV recorded 41 and 9 GRPs respectively.

 

Let’s take a look at the viewership pattern for the shows on the various channels, which hooks viewers of CS4 + to TV screens between time band 19:00-22:00 on all days. Shows To Aganara Tulasi Mu, Pari and Badhu from Sarthak TV received a TRP of 3.63, 2.83 and 2.50 respectively. In the previous week, the ratings of these serials were 3.3, 3.5, and 3.1 respectively.  

 

Kichi Luho, Swabhiman and Kemiti Bandhana, which airs on Tarang got TRPs of 2.48, 1.51 and 0.22 respectively.

 

On the other hand serials from ETV Oriya like TapasyaBoda GharaAahutiRajakanya and Appa got ratings of 1.94, 0.52, 0.52, 1.38 and 0.45 TRPs respectively.

 

Last but not the least Zee Kalinga which telecasts  Katha Ta Etiki, Mo Jejema, and Aasta Ra Akasha got 0.06, 0.03 and 0.03 0 TRPs respectively. The TRPs for these shows were 0.1, 0.3, and 0.05 respectively in week 18. 

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