Campaign India Team
Dec 07, 2011

GEC Ratings: Sony back to second place

While Star Plus maintains its lead, Colors see a drop of 50 GRPs this week

GEC Ratings: Sony back to second place

A six point rise in the GRPs helped consolidate Star Plus' number one position among GECs with 318 GRPs, according to TAM Media data available for Week 49. Colors slipped down to third position on the back of losing 50 points and registered 227 GRPs, while Sony gained 9 GRPs to move up to the second spot among Hindi GECs with 240 GRPs.

Zee TV gained 3 GRPs as it maintained its number four position with 152 GRPs, and Sab TV gained 12 points to remain in fifth place with 120 GRPs. Imagine TV remained in sixth place with 77 GRPs. Doordarshan gained 37 points, which helped it secure seventh place among all Hindi GECs with 51 GRPs.

Both Sahara One and Star One registered 39 GRPs, while Star Utsav registered 29 GRPs. Zee Smile maintained its 3 GRPs. 

Top 10 Programmes of Week 49 on Hindi GECs

RANK CHANNEL DATE PROGRAMME TVR
1 Star Plus 1/12/2011

Saathiya Saath Nibhana     

6.26 

2

Sony Entertainment TV  28/11/2011 Bade Achhe Lagte Hain 5.37 
3 Star Plus  29/11/2011 
Diya Aur Baati Hum           
5.05 
4 Colors  1/12/2011  Balika Vadhu 4.58
5 Sony Entertainment TV   2/12/2011  Crime Patrol 4.02 
6 Star Plus    30/11/2011 Is Pyaar Ko Kya Naam Doon 3.98 
7 Star Plus  28/11/2011  Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai 3.97
8 Sony Entertainment TV 3/12/2011  C.I.D 3.82 
9 Star Plus  1/11/2011  EK Hazaron Mein Meri Behna Hai 3.72 
10 Colors 29/11/2011 Sasural Simar Ka 3.22
 

 

Source:
Campaign India

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