Star Plus, SET continue to lead urban areas in BARC week 1

Star Plus, SET continue to lead urban areas in BARC week 1

MUMBAI: Zee Anmol continued to be in first position in the Hindi (U+R) genre in Broadcast Audience Research Council (BARC) data for week 52 of 2018. Sony Pal and Star Utsav interchanged their second and third positions in the rural market. Star Plus and Sony Entertainment Television continued to be in first and second positions in the urban areas

Hindi GEC (U+R)

Zee Anmol continued to be in the first position with 823945 impressions ‘000s. Star Plus came to the second position from fourth position as compared to the previous week with 670747 impressions ‘000s. Zee TV slipped a slot and stood at third position with 648320 impressions ‘000s. Star Bharat also came down slot, securing fourth position with 611114 impressions ‘000s. Sony Entertainment Television retained its fifth position with 598328 impressions ‘000s.

Colors, Star Utsav, Sony Pal, Dangal TV and Rishtey had 584887 impressions ‘000s, 564417 impressions ‘000s, 533528 impressions ‘000s, 463740 impressions ‘000s and 460052 impressions ‘000s respectively with rankings as sixth, seventh, eighth, ninth and tenth positions respectively.

Hindi Rural GEC

Zee Anmol retained its first position with 663446 impressions ‘000s. Sony Pal and Star Utsav interchanged their second and third positions respectively with 373175 impressions ‘000s and 371016 impressions ‘000s.

Dangal TV, Rishtey, Star Bharat, Zee TV, Big Magic, Star Plus and Colors continued to be in fourth, fifth, sixth, seventh, eighth, ninth and tenth positions respectively with 363543 impressions ‘000s, 337711 impressions ‘000s, 294999 impressions ‘000s, 256216 impressions ‘000s, 200818 impressions ‘000s, 199855 impressions ‘000s and 183652 impressions ‘000s.

Hindi Urban GEC

Star Plus and Sony Entertainment Television continued to be in first and second positions respectively with 470892 impressions ‘000s and 439441 impressions ‘000s. Colors and Zee TV exchanged their third and fourth respectively with 401236 impressions ‘000s and 392103 impressions ‘000s.

Star Bharat, Sony Sab, Star Utsav, Sony Pal, Zee Anmol and &TV continued to be on fifth, sixth, seventh, eighth, ninth and tenth positions respectively with 316116 impressions ‘000s, 296948 impressions ‘000s, 191243 impressions ‘000s, 162512 impressions ‘000s, 160499 impressions ‘000s, 134017 impressions.

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