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Trivago becomes top brand in 2019's final week rankings of BARC

Hindustan Lever Ltd and ITC Ltd were the top two advertisers.

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MUMBAI: The Broadcast Audience Research Council (BARC) of India has released its data for top advertisers and brands for the period between 21 December and 27 December, respectively.

The data reflects the top 10 advertisers and brands across genre on Indian television, including OOH screen, (U+R): 2+, Individuals NCCS All, demonstrating ads that were inserted the most in week 52 of 2019.

Top Advertisers:

The BARC top advertisers list for the final week of 2019 noticed little changes. While the top three performers remained the same, some shuffles happened in the subsequent names.

Hindustan Unilever, as always, remained on the top spot. It had made 174328 insertions. Following it were ITC Ltd and Ponds India, with 43543 and 40261 ad insertions on TV, respectively.

Brooke Bond Lipton India improved its position by two spots as it ranked fourth in week 53. It had made 28848 insertions. Procter & Gamble rose from eighth rank to sit on fifth spot, with 26048 insertions.

Other top brands in pecking order were as follows: Cadburys India Ltd, Wipro Ltd, Godrej Consumer Products Ltd, Reckitt Benckiser (India) Ltd, and Colgate Palmolive India Ltd.  

Top Brands:

Trivago once again picked the top spot, rising from its second position last week, in the week 53 rankings of week 53. It had made 13721 insertions on television during the week. Vaseline Intensive Care Lotion traded ranks with Trivago, and slipped to second position with 13309 insertions.

Almond Board of California, the last week’s new entrant, improved its position significantly from seventh spot in week 52 to third spot in week 53. Its insertion count stood at 13126. Surf Excel Easy Wash slipped to a spot to rank fourth, with 12432 ad insertions. Lux Toilet Soap also slipped a rank and came in fifth with 10931 insertions.  

The subsequent pecking order was as follows: Clinic Plus Shampoo, Vivo V17, Santoor Beauty Soaps, Lifebuoy Toilet Soap, and Attica Gold Company, respectively.

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