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Sarthak TV gains in week 18 of TAM TV Ratings

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KOLKATA: General entertainment channel (GEC) Sarthak TV has gained big in the week 18 of TAM TV ratings. The Odia GEC has garnered a gross rating point (GRP) of 275, as compared to the 199 GRPs last week. 



 

Tarang TV on the other hand which managed 244 GRPs in the week 17 has come down to 218 GRPs this week. 



 

While OTV, an infotainment channel which saw a drop in its GRPs in the last few weeks has gone up to 170 GRPs as compared to the 157 GRP it garnered last week.

 

ETV Oriya, now under the belt of Network 18 Group was at 99 GRPs.

The GRP for MBCTV and Prarthana were 96 and 83 respectively.

While for Tarang Music, Zee Kalinga and Kanak TV, it was 53, 24 and 11 GRPs respectively.

Coming to 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, Pari, To Aganara Tulasi Mu and Badhu from Sarthak TV received a TRP of 3.5, 3.3 and 3.1 respectively.  In the previous week, the ratings of these serials were 2.63, 3 and 3.32 respectively.

Tarang which airs Kichi Luho, Swabhiman and Kemiti Bandhana got TRPs of 3.1, 2.4, and 1.4 respectively. Whereas last week Kichi Luho was at 1.81TRP, Swabhiman at 2.77 and Kemiti Bandhana got 1.45TRP.

On the other hand serials from ETV Oriya like Tapasya, Bada Ghara, Aahuti, Rajakanya and Appa got ratings of 1.1, 0.6, 0.5, 0.4 and 0.2 TRPs respectively.

Ahya Sulakhyani from MBCTV got 0.5 TRP.

Last but not the least Zee Kalinga which telecasts Mo Jejema, Katha Ta Etiki and Aasta Ra Akasha got 0.3, 0.1 and 0.05 TRPs respectively.

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