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Star Plus and Zee Anmol retain position on BARC meter in week 35

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MUMBAI: Zee Anmol's shows Jodha Akbar, Bandini and Kasam Hai Tujhe Aa Abhi Ja grabbed top three positions in top five programmes of Hindi GEC in the Rural Hindi-Speaking Market. Backed by top three shows Zee Anmol continues to lead the genre, according to the all-India data of Broadcast Audience Research Council (BARC). In Urban + Rural and Urban Hindi Speaking Market, Star Plus continues to dominate the genre and maintains its leadership position in week 35.

Urban +Rural (HSM)

With a rise in ratings, Star Plus continued as the undisputed leader in the general entertainment channel genre with 761819 Impressions (000s) against 732303 Impressions (000s) in week 34.

Zee TV maintained its second slot in week 35, and registered 598075 Impressions (000s) against  577316 Impressions (000s) in the previous week. Followed by Colors on third with 537562 Impressions (000s) and Zee Anmol, which stood on number four with 517888 Impressions (000s) against 530845 Impressions (000s). Star Utsav bagged the fifth position with 440375 Impressions (000s) and Life OK grabbed the sixth spot with 411927 Impressions (000s), respectively.

Sony Pictures Network’s three channels retain their position this week. Its free-to-air channel Sony Pal stood at number seven with 389607 Impressions (000s) followed by Sab TV on the eighth position with 384302 Impressions (000s) and Sony Entertainment Television  on the ninth recorded 377075 Impressions (000s). Rishtey at the tenth level registered 301226 Impressions (000s).

Rural HSM

Backed by three shows Jodha Akbar, Bandini, Kasam Hai Tujhe Aa Abhi Ja,  Zee Anmol maintained its leadership position with 395901 Impressions (000s)  followed by Star Utsav at second position with 332806 Impressions (000s) and Sony Pal on the third spot with 290193 Impressions (000s). Zee TV maintained its fourth position with 256256 Impressions (000s).

Star Plus  bagged the fifth  spot with 253005 Impressions (000s). Rishtey maintained its sixth spot in the Rural HSM with 223074 Impressions (000s) followed by Colors at number seven with 168687 Impressions (000s). Life Ok stood at the eight position with 143701 Impressions (000s) followed by Sony Entertainment Television at the ninth place with 104130 Impressions (000s) while Sab TV at tenth spot garnered 104110 Impressions (000s).

Urban HSM

Star Plus garnered the pole position  with 508814 Impression (000s) against 495758 Impressions (000s) in week 34 followed by Colors at the second place with 368875 Impressions (000s) and Zee TV with 341759 Impressions (000s) stood at number three. Sab TV grabbed the fourth spot with 280193 Impressions (000s) followed by Sony Entertainment Television at fifth with 272945 Impressions (000s) and Life Ok with 268226 Impressions (000s).

In Urban HSM,  &TV maintained its number seven position with 159206 Impressions (000s) followed by Zee Anmol with 121987 Impressions (000s) on eighth and Star Utsav bagged the ninth spot with 107569 Impressions (000s). Sony Pal bagged the tenth spot with 99414 Impressions (000s).

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