Campaign India Team
Apr 25, 2012

GEC Ratings: Zee TV grabs second place

Star Plus continues to lead the GECs

GEC Ratings: Zee TV grabs second place

According to TAM, with a rise of 22 GRPs in Week '16, 2012, Zee TV has overtaken Sony TV to take second spot. The channel ended the week with 214 GRPs. Sony's four GRP rise wasn't enough to retain the spot, and it ended third with 209 GRPs.

Star Plus continued to lead the list of channels, with 248 GRPs, even though it faced a fall of 14 GRPs. 

Colors gained by four points to end the week fourth with 194 GRPs.

Sab TV's seven GRP dip didn't make a difference to the channel's position as it held fifth place with 115 GRPs, followed by Life OK in sixth place. Life OK gained one GRP to end at 86 GRPs.

Sahara One's ratings dipped by one place to end at 45 GRPs. Imagine TV, who recently shut down operations saw a dip in 16 points to end the week at 41 GRPs.

 Star Utsav (38), DD National (12) and Z Smile (8) completed the list of channels for the week

 

The top ten Hindi GEC programmes of Week 16 were:

Rank

Channel

Programme

Air Date

TVR

1

Star Plus

Diya Aur Baati Hum

18/4/2012

4.62

2

Sony

Crime Patrol

21/4/2012

3.58

3

Star Plus

Ek Hazaron Mein Meri Behna Hai

18/4/2012

3.49

4

 Sony

CID

21/4/2012

3.31

5

Star Plus

Saathiya Saath Nibhana

18/4/2012 3.3

6

Star Plus

Is Pyaar Ko Kya Naam Doon

19/4/2012

3.25

7

Colors

Balika Vadhu

19/4/2012

3.24

8

Zee TV

Maruti Suzuki - Dance India Dance

21/4/2012

3.19

9

Zee TV

Pavitra Rishta

16/4/2012

3.12

10

Star Plus

Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata hai

9/4/2012

3.07

 

(Source: TAM Peoplemeter System; TG: CS 4+ yrs; Market: Hindi Speaking Market; Period: Wk 16 2012)

Source:
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