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BARC week 12: Colors grabs second position on pay platform and urban market

Star Plus has slipped down to fourth position in urban market as well as pay platform

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MUMBAI: Colors grabbed the second position in week 12 of BARC India ratings in the urban market as well as on the pay platform. For more than three consecutive weeks, Sony SAB led the urban market and pay platform. In this week on pay platform, Star Plus slipped down to fourth position from second in the last week; similarly, Zee TV has slipped down to fifth position from fourth. Even Sony Entertainment Television has jumped to third position from fifth in the last week.

On pay platform Sony SAB, Colors, Sony Entertainment Television, Star Plus, Zee TV, Star Bharat, Dangal, Star Utsav, Sony Pal and &TV were the top ten channels in the week 12 of BARC India ratings.

Pay Platform

Rank Channel Name Weekly Impressions (000s) sum
    Week 12
1 SONY SAB 797344
2 Colors 524351
3 Sony Entertainment Television 497583
4 STAR Plus 470086
5 Zee TV 370275
6 STAR Bharat 257651
7 Dangal 239818
8 STAR Utsav 208146
9 Sony Pal 159561
10 &TV 157595
HSM (U+R) : NCCS All : 2+ Individuals, 

In the urban market, the top ten channels were Sony SAB, Colors, Sony Entertainment Television, Star Plus, Dangal, Zee TV, Star Bharat, Big Magic, Star Utsav and  &TV.

Urban

Rank Channel Name Weekly Impressions (000s) sum
    Week 12
1 SONY SAB 541106
2 Colors 373716
3 Sony Entertainment Television 364166
4 STAR Plus 312738
5 Dangal 269140
6 Zee TV 212653
7 STAR Bharat 166260
8 Big Magic 130250
9 STAR Utsav 121745
10 &TV 117490
HSM (Urban) : NCCS All : 2+ Individuals, 

Dangal, Big Magic, Sony SAB,  Zee TV, Star Plus, Colors, Sony Entertainment Television, Star Bharat, Star Utsav and Colors Rishtey were the top ten channels in the rural market

Rural

Rank Channel Name Weekly Impressions (000s) sum
    Week 12
1 Dangal 879841
2 Big Magic 496541
3 SONY SAB 259018
4 Zee TV 158853
5 STAR Plus 158806
6 Colors 152177
7 Sony Entertainment Television 136410
8 STAR Bharat 92120
9 STAR Utsav 88452
10 Colors Rishtey 70776
HSM (Rural) : NCCS All : 2+ Individuals, 

On the free platform Dangal, Big Magic, Manoranjan Grand, DD National, DD Madhya Pradesh, DD Uttar Pradesh, DD Rajasthan, DD Arunprabha and DD Bharati were the top nine channels in BARC ratings.

Free Platform

Rank Channel Name Weekly Impressions (000s) sum
    Week 12
1 Dangal 909163
2 Big Magic 523558
3 Manoranjan Grand 23560
4 DD National 12710
5 DD Madhya Pradesh 4283
6 DD Uttar Pradesh 3618
7 DD Rajasthan 3537
8 DD Arunprabha 3494
9 DD Bharati 3448
HSM (U+R) : NCCS All : 2+ Individuals, 

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