Zee Anmol retains leadership in GEC (U+R) for week 22

MUMBAI: Zee TV and Sony Pal swapped their third and fourth positions respectively in Broadcast Audience Research Council (BARC) data for week 22 of 2018 in the Hindi GEC (U+R) market as compared to the prvious week. While there were no changes in the rural markets, Sony Sab and Colors exchanged their third and fourth positions in the GEC urban market this week. 

Hindi GEC (U+R)

Zee Anmol and Rishtey retained their first and second positions with 821672 impressions (000s) and 665332 impressions (000s) respectively. Zee TV and Sony Pal swapped their third and fourth positions with 592858 impressions (000s) and 577214 impressions (000s) respectively.  

Star Bharat, Star Utsav, Star Plus, Colors, Sony Sab and Sony Entertainment Television retained their fourth, fifth, sixth, seventh, eighth, ninth and tenth positions with with 536573 impressions (000s), 490206 impressions (000s), 447354 impressions (000s), 391757 impressions (000s), 387189 impressions (000s) and 340834 impressions (000s) respectively.

Hindi Rural GEC

Zee Anmol, Rishtey, Sony Pal, Star Utsav and Star Bharat retained their first, second, third, fourth and fifth positions with 634042 impressions (000s), 468313 impressions (000s), 383447 impressions (000s), 346348 impressions (000s) and 275830 impressions (000s) respectively.

Zee TV, Big Magic, Dangal TV, Star Plus and Colors also retained their sixth, seventh, eighth, ninth and tenth positions with 234207 impressions (000s), 222990 impressions (000s) and 207825 impressions (000s), 135826 impressions (000s), 110321 impressions (000s) respectively.

Hindi Urban GEC

In urban GEC, Zee TV and Star Plus retained their first and second positions with 358650 impressions (000s) and 311527 impressions (000s) respectively.

Sony Sab and Colors exchanged their third and fourth positions with 287594 impressions (000s) and 281435 impressions (000s) respectively.

Star Bharat and Sony Entertainment Television retained their fifth and sixth positions respectively with 260743 impressions (000s) and 258833impressions (000s).

Rishtey, Sony Pal, Zee Anmol and Star Utsav stood at seventh, eighth, ninth and tenth positions respectively with 197019 impressions (000s), 193766impressions (000s), 187629 impressions (000s) and 143857 impressions (000s).

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