Campaign India Team
Dec 02, 2009

Colors stays on top; STAR Plus, Zee trade places

Colors looked on course to end the year in the number one position as it totted up 322 GRPs in Week 48 (TAM, HSM, CS 4+), down slightly from their 330 GRP score last week. STAR Plus moved back into the number two slot with 253 GRPs, a nose ahead of Zee at 251 GRPs. Sony at 188 GRPs was almost unchanged. NDTV Imagine dropped to 103 GRPs while SAB was steady at 78 GRPs.Track GECs' performance in 2009:

Colors stays on top; STAR Plus, Zee trade places

Colors looked on course to end the year in the number one position as it totted up 322 GRPs in Week 48 (TAM, HSM, CS 4+), down slightly from their 330 GRP score last week.
 
STAR Plus moved back into the number two slot with 253 GRPs, a nose ahead of Zee at 251 GRPs.
 
Sony at 188 GRPs was almost unchanged. NDTV Imagine dropped to 103 GRPs while SAB was steady at 78 GRPs.

 

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Campaign India

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