Three months after the news television ratings resumed on March 17, the legacy Hindi news channels have made a comeback to the top.
In the recent data for Week 20-23, India TV sits at No. 1 with a relative share of 12.7% followed by Aaj Tak at 12.1%. Both the channels added 0.2% of relative share this week.
TV9 Bharatvarsh, which was occupying the No. 1 position since Week 10 owing to the Russia-Ukraine war coverage, has slipped to No. 3 in Week 20-23 data. The channel’s relative share dropped by 1%.
News18 India is at No. 4 with a relative share of 11.7% followed by Republic Bharat at No. 5 with a 9.7% of relative share.
Zee News also witnessed 0.3% growth in its relative share and strengthened its position at No. 6.
Times Now Navbharat continues to be at No. 7 with a relative share of 7.1% followed by ABP News at No. 8 recording a 5.7% of relative share.
News Nation and Good News Today hold No. 9 and No. 10 positions with 5.5% and 5.1% relative share, respectively.
Zee Hindustan is at No. 11 with a 4% of relative share while News24 is at No. 12 with a 3.9% of relative share.
India News and DD News are at No. 13 and No. 14 with a relative share of 1.9% and 0.9%, respectively.