TAM releases mid-week TVRs for SMJ

11 May,2012

By A Correspondent

 

Since Sunday last, when Aamir Khan made his debut on the small screen with Satyamev Jayate, there has been much discussion on the show and how it has established a new dimension to  entertainment television. Albeit only on Sunday mornings.

 

While the all-India ratings will be out only next Wednesday, those for six metros was released this morning. According to TAM Media, in the All4+ category, the show’s prime telecast got a rating on 4.27 in the six metros for all nine channels. In the C&S4+, overall viewership TVR of the prime telecast was 4.08. In the three Hindi-speaking metros (Mumbai, Delhi and Kolkata), the show got a TVR of 3.79 on Star Plus itself. In the 6 metros (all4+), DD National scored a TVR of 0.43.

 

 

Pratap Bose, COO, DDB Mudra was disappointed by the ratings. “To be frank, I was expecting a higher rating, so I’m surprised at a 3.79 TVR in the three metros. According to me, the show should have gotten at least a rating of 6 across sections. However, I’m optimistic and hope that as the show progresses, it will be able to do well.”

 

On the other hand, Ashwini Kamat, GM, MediaCom feels that the ratings are okay since it’s mid-week rating only. “I’m sure the ratings which will come out on the coming Wednesday would be much higher. It would be closer to 4.5 TVR for the three metros.”

 

Echoing the view that one must wait for the All-India ratings is Sundeep Nagpal, Director, Stratagem Media. “Given the canvas of the issues raised and the multi-channel simulcast across the country, the six-city numbers are probably not the best way to judge the popularity of the programme,” he said.

 

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