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Sun TV regains top spot across genres; Zee Anmol moves up

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MUMBAI:  Despite a drop in ratings, Sun TV regained top spot across all genres the in top ten list in week 18 of Broadcast Audience Research Council (BARC) All India data, pushing back the IPL season 9 packed Sony Max to number two.  Zee Anmol moved up two places from 9 in week 17 to 7th rank in week 18.

Sun TV with 907221 Impression (000s) in week 18 as compared to 914047 Impressions (000?s) was at the apex position across all genres.  Sony Max was pushed down to second position with in week 18 with 881523 Impressions (000s) as compared to 962992 Impressions (000?s) in week 17.

Star Plus bagged the third position with 701000 Impressions (000s) as compared to 748672 Impressions (000?s) in the previous week. Star Plus was followed by Colors on number four with 696037 Impressions (000s) as compared to 722264 Impressions (000s) in the previous week.  

Zee TV retained fifth space in week 18 with 651225 Impressions (000s) as compared to 576721 Impressions (000s) in the previous week. Sony Pal remained at number six with 535090 Impressions (000s) as compared to 550246 Impressions (000?s) in the previous week.  

Zee Anmol   moved to seventh rank with 506949 Impressions (000s) as compared to 474977 Impressions (000s) in the previous week. Life OK with 473477 Impressions (000s) as compared to 495250 Impressions (000?s) in the previous week moved down to eighth slot. Star Utsav clung to eighth place 466912 Impressions as compared to 487336 Impressions (000?s) in the previous week.

The only other regional channel in the list, Zee Telugu retained tenth spot with 445884 Impressions as compared to 443316 Impressions (000s) in the previous week.

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