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BARC week 15: CNBC TV18 topples ET Now in English Business News space; genres see mixed ratings

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MUMBAI: Times Now continued to maintain its legacy by dominating the English news while CNBC TV18 toppled ET Now securing the first position in English Business News genre. The entire English News space observed mixed ratings this week.India TV took the first spot in Hindi News space this week. According to week 15 of Broadcast Audience Research Council (BARC) India ratings, CNBC Awaz continued to lead the Hindi business news genre.

English News

Times Now continued to rule the English news genre with an increase in the ratings with 442 Impressions (‘000s) as compared to 306 (‘000s) in week 14. A newly revamped CNN-News18 climbed up the row and grabbed the second place with 184 Impressions (‘000s). India Today Television took the third position with 172 Impressions (‘000s), while NDTV 24x7 witnessed an increase in the ratings and stood at the fourth place with160 Impressions (‘000s) as compared to 92 Impressions (‘000s) in week 14. News X bagged the fifth position with 97 Impressions (‘000s).

English Business News

CNBC TV 18 toppled ET Now securing the first position with 154 Impressions (‘000s). ET Now took the second spot with 150 Impressions (‘000s) followed by NDTV Profit and NDTV Prime at the third position with 36 Impressions (‘000s) while Bloomberg TV maintained its fourth position with a downfall in ratings to 8 Impressions (‘000s) as compared with 15 Impressions (‘000s) in week 14.

Hindi News

thouh India TV maintained  its number one spot observed a decline in the ratings this week with 66780 Impressions (000s) as compared to 78174 Impressions (000s) in week 14. Aaj Tak with 62473 Impressions (000s) stood at the second position. India News took the third position with 39804 Impressions (000s). ABP news settled down at number four with 38516 Impressions (000s) while News Nation took the fifth berth with 34332 Impressions (000s).  

Hindi Business news

CNBC Awaz ranked number one with 714 Impressions (000s), followed by Zee Business at second position with 473 Impressions (000s) 

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