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BARC week 37: No changes in Hindi GEC

Leading GECs continue to hold their respective positions in week 37

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MUMBAI: Hindi GEC did not observe any major changes in week 37 of BARC India ratings. Most of the channels in urban and rural segments and on pay and free platforms continued to hold their respective positions like last week. Star plus continued to lead with pole position in the urban segment as well as on pay platform. Similarly, Dangal continued to hold its leading position on free platform as well as in rural segment. 

On pay platform, &TV and Star Utsav exchanged their places at ninth and tenth positions. The pecking order of the rest of the channels remained unchanged in week 37 of BARC India ratings. 

Hindi GEC Pay Platform 

Dangal, Big Magic, DD National, DD Arunprabha, DD Uttar Pradesh, DD Madhya Pradesh and DD Rajasthan were seen at first, second, third, fourth, fifth, sixth, seventh, eighth, ninth and tenth positions respectively. 

Hindi GEC Free Platform

In urban segment, Sony Pal replaced Star Utsav at tenth position. Apart from this, no changes were observed in the urban segment.

Hindi GEC Urban

Zee Anmol and Sony Pal exchanged their places at ninth and tenth positions. Even Colors and Sony Entertainment Television also exchanged their places at sixth and seventh positions. 

Hindi GEC Rural 

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