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BARC Week 46: Times Now, Aaj Tak , ET Now, Zee Business gains; Ten Sports continues to dominate Sports

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MUMBAI: Times Now continues to dominate the English news genre while Aaj Tak secured the leadership position in Hindi news genre.  ET Now continues to lead the English business news genre. Zee Business emerged as the number one channel in Hindi business news channel. Ten Sports secured the leadership position in the sports genre in week 46, according to the Broadcast Audience Research Council (BARC) India all India (U + R) data.

English News

Times Now continues to lead the English news genre with 558 (000Sums) followed by NDTV 24x7 with 304 (000Sums) on second spot and CNN IBN on third with 303 (000Sums).  Indian Today Television and News 9 bagged the fourth and fifth berth with 215 (000Sums) and 212 (000Sums) respectively.

Hindi News

Aaj Tak continues to lead the Hindi news genre with 80873 (000Sums) followed by India TV with 70194(000Sums) on second spot and Zee News on third with 61343(000Sums).  ABP News and News Nation bagged the fourth and fifth berth with 59261 (000Sums) and 57997 (000Sums) respectively.

English Business News

ET Now continues to lead the genre with 381 (000Sums) followed by CNBC TV 18 with 250 (000Sums) on second berth and NDTV Profit and NDTV Prime on third with 151 (000Sums). Bloomberg TV stood at number four with 30 (000Sums).

Hindi Business News

Zee Business garnered the pole position with 1125 (000Sums) followed by CNBC Awaaz with 1060 (000Sums) on second spot.  

Sports

In week 46 of BARC data, Ten Sports continues to led the genre with 99493(000Sums), followed by Star Sports 3 with 73800 (000Sums) in second spot and Star Sports 1 61395 (000Sums) in third place. Ten Cricket grabbed the fourth spot with 34727 (000Sums) and Star Sports 2 held the fifth berth with 34243

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