Campaign India Team
Nov 09, 2011

GEC Ratings: Star Plus and Sony see surge in Week 45

Colors in number three position in Week 45

GEC Ratings: Star Plus and Sony see surge in Week 45

Star Plus further stengthened its numero uno position in Week 45 with a surge of 62 GRPs to 335 (it was at 273 last week).

From a tie with Colors last week, Sony earned the number two spot on its own with 287 GRPs (it was at 236 in Week 44).

Colors meanwhile rose to 240 GRPs in Week 45, from 236 the previous week.

Zee TV rose to 143 GRPs (131 last week); Sab was at 121 (118 last week); Imagine was at 70 (61 last week); Star One moved up to 43 (40 last week); and Sahara One was at 34 GRPs (30 last week).

The top 10 programmes of Week 45 were:

1 Sony Entertainment TV 2/11/2011 
Kaun Banega Crorepati


Star Plus  4/11/2011 Saathiya Saath Nibhana  6.73 
3 Colors   4/11/2011 
Balika Vadhu                 
4 Star Plus  4/11/2011  Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai    4.56 
5 Sony Entertainment TV  5/11/2011  Crime Patrol     4.22 
6 Star Plus  3/11/2011 Is Pyaar Ko Kya Naam Doon 4.18 
7 Sony Entertainment TV   5/11/2011  C.I.D.      4.03 
8 Colors  3/11/2011  Uttaran      4.02 
9 Star Plus  4/11/2011  Diya Aur Baati Hum       3.94 
10 Star Plus 1/11/2011 Pratigya  3.92



Source: TAM Peoplemeter System 
TG: CS 4+ yrs
Market: Hindi Speaking Market
Period: Week 45: 30 October to 5 November 2011


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