Star Bharat leads Hindi GEC (U+R) in week 2 of BARC ratings

MUMBAI: Star Bharat emerged as the leader in the Hindi GEC (U+R) genre dethroning Zee Anmol according to Broadcast Audience Research Council (BARC) all India data for week 2 of 2018.

Sony Pal and Star Utsav exchanged their second and third positions in GEC urban markets this week as compared to week 1 2018. Moreover, Colors climbed to ninth position from tenth position this week in GEC rural markets.

Hindi GEC (U+R)

Star Bharat has garnered the top slot this week with 713443 impressions (000s) swapping its position with Zee Anmol at second position with 674543 impressions (000s).

Colors, Zee TV, Sony Pal, Star Utsav and Star Plus retained their third, fourth, fifth, sixth and seventh positions with 627061 impressions (000s), 571781 impressions (000s), 561707 impressions (000s), 532146 impressions (000s) and 501448 impressions (000s) respectively.

Sony Entertainment Television and Rishtey exchanged their eighth and ninth positions with 434651 impressions (000s) and 421999 impressions (000s) respectively. Sony Sab retained its last position with 401334 impressions (000s).

Hindi Rural GEC

Zee Anmol retained its first position with 5028221 impressions (000s). Sony Pal and Star Utsav exchanged their second and third positions with 384965 impressions (000s) and 379734 impressions (000s) respectively. Star Bharat and Rishtey stayed with their fourth and fifth positions with 371722 impressions (000s) and 298159 impressions (000s) respectively.

Zee TV jumped to sixth position with 225491 impressions (000s), pushing Dangal to seventh position with 224788 impressions (000s). Big Magic kept its eighth position with 171562 impressions (000s).

Colors and Star Plus swapped their ninth and tenth positions with 169408 impressions (000s) and 145360 impressions (000s) respectively.

Hindi Urban GEC

In urban GEC, Colors retained its leadership with 438891 impressions (000s) sum. Whereas, Star Plus, Zee TV, Star Bharat, Sony Entertainment Television, Sony Sab, Sony Pal and Zee Anmol retained their second, third, fourth, fifth, sixth, seventh and eighth position with 457653 impressions (000s), 356088 impressions (000s), 346290 impressions (000s), 341721 impressions (000s), 310921 impressions (000s), 297416 impressions (000s), 176742 impressions (000s) and 166321 impressions (000s) respectively.

Star Utsav and &TV exchanged their ninth and tenth position respectively with 152412 impressions (000s) and 151782 impressions (000s).

Also Read : Zee Anmol leads Hindi GEC (U+R) in BARC week 1 2018

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