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Aaj Tak reclaims top spot from India TV in Week 7

Aaj Tak reclaimed the top spot from India TV in Week 7, according to BARC data for the urban + rural HSM.

India TV ousts Aaj Tak from Hindi news leadership

India TV finally dislodged Aaj Tak from the No. 1 position in the urban + rural HSM. Re-positioning seems to have done the trick for News18 India as it entered the top 5 for the first time since BARC started rolling out data.

Tata Sky issues notice to discontinue 29 channels for breach of contract

Tata Sky has expressed intent to discontinue 29 TV channels for breach of contract. Through a public notice, it stated that these channels will be discontinued after three weeks.

CNBC TV18 sees mammoth growth in Week 5 due to Budget 2017

India TV overtook Aaj Tak to become the numero uno Hindi news channel in urban HSM.

News channels see spike in viewership in Week 4

The top 4 English news channels saw a jump in their viewership over the previous week, as per BARC ratings for Week 4. BBC World News was the only channel to see a drop in weekly impressions.

NDTV 24×7 loses in a week that sees competitors grow 36.4%

NDTV’s weekly impressions plummeted 16.45%. Incidentally, it was also the farewell week of NDTV’s star TV anchor Barkha Dutt, who called it quits after serving for 21 years.

India TV returns to No. 2 spot

ABP News not only sank to the 3rd position in Urban + Rural HSM but also saw its impressions drop below 10 crore.

ABP News beats India TV for 2nd spot in U+R HSM

ABP News beat India TV to secure the second position in urban + rural HSM, according to BARC data for week ended 6 Jan.

India Today TV overtakes CNN News18 at third spot

India Today Television climbed to the third spot in Week 52 of BARC ratings for the period ended 30 December.

Five weeks on, Arnab Goswami’s exit has no impact on Times Now’s ranking

Times Now continues to be No. 1 in the English news channel space. Viewership, however, has been fluctuating.