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India Today TV’s viewership zooms 36% in week 47

TV Today Network’s English news channel India Today TV has witnessed a 36% jump in viewership in week 47.

CNN-News18 re-enters top 5 in week 44

TV18-owned English news channel CNN-News18 has returned to the top 5 table in week 44 of BARC India ratings for the period ending 3 November.

Mirror Now enters top 5 for the first time after launch

Times Network’s second English news channel has for the first time entered the list of top 5 English news channels, as per BARC ratings for week 42.

Top 5 English, Hindi news channels see a drop in viewership in week 41

The viewership of top 5 English and Hindi news channels has seen a dip in week 41 of BARC ratings.

ABP News replaces Zee News at No. 2 in urban HSM

ABP News replaced Zee News as the No. 2 channel in urban HSM, according to BARC data for the week ended 1 September.

Republic TV, Times Now see a spike in ratings in Wk 28

Arch rivals Republic TV and Times Now both saw their viewership grow significantly in Week 28.

Zee News beats Aaj Tak to secure top spot in urban HSM

Zee News beat Aaj Tak to become the No. 1 Hindi news channel in urban Hindi-speaking market (HSM), as per BARC India data for the week ended 7 July.

News channels see growth in impressions in Week 26

Republic TV was the No. 1 channel followed by Times Now. NDTV 24×7 was at No. 5.

Bottom 3 English news channels see growth in Wk 25

Republic TV retained its English news channel leadership for the seventh consecutive week, albeit with a 9.86% drop in impressions compared to the previous week.

Gap between Republic TV, Times Now narrows in Week 24

Although Republic TV continued to occupy the numero uno position, its nearest competitor Times Now narrowed the gap in Week 24. The difference between the two channels was a mere 28,000 impressions.