Sun TV retains numero uno position; Colors & Star Plus gain: BARC week 52

MUMBAI: Even though it saw a decline in ratings, Sun TV continued to lead across genres and maintained its leadership position in the final week of 2015. While Colors and Star Plus were on the second and third spot respectively witnessed rise in ratings, according to Broadcast Audience Research Council (BARC) All India data for week 52.


Sun TV garnered the first spot with 1031406 (000Sums) as against 1089988 (000Sums) in the previous week, followed by Colors in second position with 790994 (000Sums) as against 766353 (000Sums) in week 51. 


Star Plus in the third place also witnessed a rise with 774166 (000Sums) as against 732209 (000Sums) in the previous week.


FTA channel Zee Anmol stood at the fourth spot with 743524 (000Sums) followed by Zee TV on number five with 710332 (000Sums). Star Ustav with 468039 (000Sums) grabbed sixth slot across genre.


ETV Telugu with 465946 (000 Sums), Sony Entertainment Television with 442280 (000Sums) and Life OK with 411779 (000Sums) bagged the seventh, eighth and ninth berths respectively.


On the other hand, Maa TV stood at the tenth spot with 411779 (000Sums).

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