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Dangal continues on top across genres as TV consumption drops

Television consumption continued to drop in week 19 of 2020 (Saturday, 9 May 2020 to Friday, 15 May 2020, week or period under review), according to Broadcast Audience Research Council of India (BARC) data for Top 10 channels on all platforms across genres.

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BARC continues to service panel operations in green zones

MUMBAI: Broadcast Audience Research Council (BARC) India and Meterology Data Pvt Ltd (MDL), that manages panel homes and operations, have resumed the servicing panel homes in areas classified as ‘green zones’ by the government across India.

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After Ramayan, Dangal back as most watched channel across genres

Enterr10 Television’s flagship free to air (FTA)-cum pay TV Hindi GEC Dangal had to normally battle it out with either the Sun Tv Network’s flagship Tamil GEC Sun TV, or with the Hindi sports channel that aired India’s cricketing bonanza.

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Dangal TV grows on the back of mythological shows

Mythological shows have swept the country by storm in times when audiences are forced to be confined to homes. Leading Hindi GEC Dangal is ensuring they are providing the best mythological mix with shows like Anand Sagar’s Ramayan, Chandragupt Maurya, Mahima Shani Dev Ki and Dwarkadheesh: Bhagwan...

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BARC India changes TG to 2+ for all genres from week 17

MUMBAI: Broadcast Audience Research Council (BARC) has informed that from the coming week, week 17, it will release data with TG as 2+ for all genres. For English, lifestyle and infotainment genres the market has been changed to All India. This change will allow for more direct comparison between...

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