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Pogo emerges as top kids TV channel
Mumbai: After a long gap, Pogo has emerged as the top kids television channel for the week ended 6 May.
Nick slipped to the second position after being at the top for a long time.
Cartoon Network moved to the third position, up from fourth position in the earlier week.
Disney improved its position by moving a level up, while Hungama saw a drastic fall from being the number three channel in the previous week to number five in the week under review.
In the English movies genre, Movies Now moved up to the top from second place the week earlier.
Star Movies, which was No. 1 in the previous week, fell a notch down to No. 2, while Sony Pix remained at third place.
Zee Studio moved up to the fourth place. It was No. 5 in the previous week.
HBO, which was at the fourth place earlier week, has gone down to the fifth place during the week under review.
Top 5 movies
Among top English movie programmes, Movies Now’s animated feature ‘The Croods’ had the highest viewership position during the week under review, while ‘Big Hero Six’, shown on Star Movies, was at the second spot.
Among English entertainment channels, AXN retained the top spot. Comedy Central took the second place, from being on the third spot during the earlier week.
Zee Café, which was at the fifth spot during the earlier week, rose to third place during the week under review.
Colors Infinity, which was No. 2 last week, slipped to fourth place.
Star World went further down from its fourth place last week to touching fifth place during the week under review.
In the English infotainment genre, there was no change in the pecking order. Discovery Channel sat tight at the top position.