Campaign India Team
Mar 21, 2012

GEC ratings: Zee TV back to third

Star Plus consolidates its lead at the top with a gain of 24 GRPs in Week 11 '12

GEC ratings: Zee TV back to third

According to TAM, Zee TV moved back to third place in the GEC ratings for Week 11 '12. Zee TV gained five GRPs to reach 217 at the end of the week. Zee TV overtook Colors, who slipped by one GRP to reach 214. Sony TV lost 13 GRPs to slip to 218, but maintained its second position in the list of channels. 

Star Plus continued to lead the ratings and gained a massive 69 point lead thanks to a rise of 24 GRPs in the week. Star Plus ended the week with 287 GRPs.

Fifth place Sab TV lost seven GRPs to end the week at 129 GRPs. Life OK dropped one GRP and ended the week at 84.

Imagine TV gained a rating point to reach 63 GRPs at the end of the week. DD1 gained 27 GRPs to reach 58 at the end of Week 11.

Ninth place Sahara One dropped two GRPs to reach 41. Zee Smile completed the top 10 as it witnessed no change in GRPs and ended the week at 7 GRPs.


The top ten programmes of Week 11 were:        
Rank Channel Programme Air Date TVR
1 Star Plus

Diya Aur Baati Hum

2 Sony Entertainment TV

Crime Patrol

17/03/12 4.80
3 Sony Entertainment TV


17/03/12 4.67
4 Star Plus

Saathiya Saath Nibhana

14/03/12 4.66
5 Star Plus

Is Pyaar Ko Kya Naam Du

14/03/12 4.1
6 Star Plus Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai 16/03/12 4.07
7 Zee TV

Pavitra Rishta

15/03/12 3.8
8 Colors


13/03/12 3.78
9 Colors

Balika Vadhu

12/03//12 3.74
10 Star Plus

Ek Hazaaron Mein Meri Behna

12/03/12 3.66
(Source: TAM Peoplemeter System; TG: CS 4+ yrs; Market: Hindi Speaking Market; Period: Wk 11 2012) 



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