India TV beats Aaj Tak this week too
New Delhi, June 26 (ANI/Business Wire India): Rajat Sharma's India TV has topped the highly competitive Hindi news market ratings for yet another week, ahead of Aaj Tak.
The news leader delivered a share of 20.2 per cent in the aggregate TAM CS15+ HSM sweepstakes of week 25, ahead of 19.7 per cent of Aaj Tak.
With this performance, India TV demonstrated a firm grip over the numero uno slot, across the last four weeks (Weeks 22-25) and in almost every important TG (please see attached chart on India TV versus 10 important Hindi news channels).
In CS15+ India TV's 4-week average was 19.2 per cent against Aaj Tak at 18.6 per cent.
In CS15+ SECA during Weeks 22-25, India TV averaged 19.2 per cent ahead of Aaj Tak's 18.7 per cent.
In CS F25+ABC India TV led the four-week average at 20.7 per cent against 18.1 per cent of Aaj Tak.
In CS15+SEC AB India TV led Weeks 22-25 with an average of 19.2 per cent against 18.3 per cent of Aaj Tak.
In CS25+ SECA, India TV led the four-week average at 19.2 per cent against 18.4 per cent of Aaj Tak.
In CS M25+ABC and CSM25-44 ABC respectively, India TV was at 18 per cent and 18.3 per cent against 18.7 per cent and 18.4 per cent of Aaj Tak. (ANI)
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