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Hindi Movies genre grew by 1.36%, Sony Max tops with 93.9% OTS: Chrome

MUMBAI: Hindi Movies (Hindi-speaking market) HSM (Exclusive) was the most benefitted genre with 1.36 per cent with Sony Max topping the chart with 93.9 per cent opportunity to see (OTS) in week 27, Chrome Data Analytics & Media reported.

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DD Sports emerging as chart-topper with 93.9% OTS (updated)

MUMBAI: English GEC genre grew by 0.28 per cent with Colors Infinity emerging as the leader with 48.2 per cent OTS. The English news genre saw a gained of 0.48 per cent in metros, with Loksabha TV leading the tally with 94.8 per cent OTS. Meanwhile, witnessing a drop of 0.20 per cent, the Hindi...

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English news genre grows only 10% in Chrome week 20

MUMBAI: In week 20, the English movies emerged as the number one genre in six metros with a growth of 34.4 per cent opportunity to see (OTS), according to market researcher Chrome Data Analytics. Movies Now led the section with 48.8 per cent OTS.

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Colors Infinity tops English entertainment; DD leads HSM news

MUMBAI: The last week of 2016, that is, week 52  witnessed English Entertainment emerging as the number one gainer in week 39 of Chrome Data and Analytics. The sector registered 16.0 per cent opportunity to see (OTS) and Colors Infinity led the genre with 45.7 per cent OTS. Next in the row is Hindi...

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Sports genre loses; Zee Cinema leads in HSM

The sports genre in television channels registered as the only loser in week 46. The sector recorded a drop of 0.1 per cent and saw DD Sports as the leader with 91.7 per cent opportunity to see (OTS).

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