ABP garners 271 million viewership on Ayodhya verdict day

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MUMBAI: Committed towards bringing vital information to its viewers on a real time basis, India’s most trusted media conglomerate - ABP News Network has yet again topped the charts with a gross viewership of 271 Million in the 46th week of 2019. (Source: BARC; TG- ABC 15+; Mkt:HSM; Weekly GVMs).

With its minute-to-minute updates, of each and every issue to delivering analysis and comprehensive insights on salient policies, ABP News ensured all its viewers were well-informed.

As per the BARC data, ABP news has maintained its supremacy during the prime-time hours for the crucial week of November 9 to November 15, 2019 in delivering each and every key fact of the nation’s pressing issues. These include Ayodhya Verdict, Maharashtra Political Crisis and Supreme Court’s Rafale Verdict, among others.

Speaking on the success, Mr. Avinash Pandey, CEO, ABP News Network said, “This data is a reiteration of our commitment and dedicated towards updating our viewers on a real time basis. It proves our dominance in the television landscape and affirms our content as reliable, unique and preferable. I am delighted to see that our efforts and hard work have garnered the trust of millions of viewers. Keeping the momentum going, our goal is to ensure the same credibility to our viewers and be the vanguard of ethical journalism.”

Last month during the elections in Maharashtra and Haryana, ABP had earned the recognition of being the most prominent source of information in providing minute to minute updates of the states, rallies and the movements.

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