Shephali Bhatt
Sep 28, 2011

GEC ratings take a dip, Star Plus maintains top rank

Star Plus and Sony take a small dip, ratings for Colors and Zee TV plummet by eight points

GEC ratings take a dip, Star Plus maintains top rank

Star Plus registered 289 GRPs for Week 39 as per TAM's recent reports targeting HSM CS 4+ yrs. Though the channel's ratings went down by three points from the last week, it still maintains its rank at the top. Sony further narrows the gap with Star Plus by registering 270 (271) GRPs.

Ratings for Colors at 211 (219) and Zee TV at 176 (184) have gone down by eight rating points in this week. 

SAB registered 123 (124) GRPs while Imagine TV experienced a gain of three rating points with 78. Star One registered 39 (43) GRPs and Sahara One 33 (31) GRPs.

Star Utsav gained two points at 27 while DD1's ratings went down by 29 points to close at 17. Zee Smile registered 4 (3) GRPs. 

 

Top 10 GECs
Source: TAM Peoplemeter System

 

Source:
Campaign India

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