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BARC week 9: Sony Pal tops Hindi GEC (U+R) markets

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MUMBAI: Sony Pal emerged as the leader in Hindi GEC (U+R) markets dethroning Star Bharat in week 9 of Broadcast Audience Research Council (BARC) all India data. Sony Pal has taken jumped two slots to take pole position in the Hindi GEC (U+R) markets while Zee Anmol has shifted to the third position from second as compared to week 8 of BARC India data.

In the Hindi GEC rural market, Zee Anmol retained its leadership position. Star Bharat jumped to the third slot pushing Star Utsav to the fourth slot.

In Hindi GEC urban markets, no major change has been witnessed in week 9. All the ten channels in urban markets have retained their positions with Colors topping the urbanchart.

Hindi GEC (U+R)

Sony Pal topped the chart with 753407 impressions (000s). Week 8’s leader Star Bharat was pushed to the second position with 750429 impressions (000s). Zee Anmol slid down to the third slot this week from second, as compared to last week of BARC India.

Star Utsav jumped two slots to the fourth position with 530012 impressions (000s). Zee TV has fallen to the fifth position with 522300 impressions (000s). Colors, by falling two slots down as compared to last week, booked the sixth place with 488058 impressions (000s).

Star Plus, Rishtey, SET and Sony Sab retained their seventh, eighth, ninth and tenth positions with 455366 impressions (000s), 436296 impressions (000s), 431930 impressions (000s) and 404767 impressions (000s).

Hindi Rural GEC

Zee Anmol retained its first position with 532931 impressions (000s). Sony Pal retained its second position with 517747 impressions (000s). Star Bharat climbed to the third slot this week with 402760 impressions (000s). Star Utsav booked fourth position with 384218 impressions (000s).

Rishtey, Dangal TV, Zee TV retained their fifth, sixth and seventh positions with 307442 impressions (000s), 231124 impressions (000s) and 212838 impressions (000s).

Big Magic and Star Plus have swapped their last week’s positions with the former at eighth with 181473 impressions (000s) and Star Plus at ninth with 139194 impressions (000s). Colors retained its tenth position with 137280 impressions (000s).

Hindi Urban GEC

In urban GEC, Colors and Star Bharat retained their first and second positions with 350778 impressions (000s) and 347669 impressions (000s), respectively.

Star Plus and Zee TV also maintained their third and fourth positions this week with 316171 impressions (000s) and 309461 impressions (000s), respectively.

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