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News order restored: Aaj Tak regains top slot, India TV becomes No. 2, News18 at No. 3

In the rolling week 26 (HSM, 15+, NCCS All, All day part, Wk 23-26), Aaj Tak has reclaimed the top slot

The pecking order of Hindi news genre restored after 16 weeks of return of the news ratings on March 17, 2022.

In the rolling week 26 (HSM, 15+, NCCS All, All day part, Wk 23-26, Relative share among 15 channels), Aaj Tak has reclaimed the top slot. The channel has become No. 1 by gaining 0.1% relative share. Aaj Tak is sitting at the top of the pecking order with 12.6% of relative share.

India TV slipped to No. 2 by losing 0.3% relative share this week. The channel has got 12.4% relative share.

News18 India held No. 3 position with 11.3% of relative share.

Republic Bharat gained 0.8% relative share riding on Maharashtra political crisis and strengthened its position at No. 4.

The relative share of TV9 Bharatvarsh continued to decline by 0.9% but the channel held No. 5 position.

Zee News stayed at No. 6 with 8.7% relative sare.

Times Now Navbharat was at No. 7 with 7% of relative share.

ABP News recorded marginal gain in relative share by 0.1% and strengthened its position at No. 8 with 6.2% relative share.

News Nation was at N0. 9 with 5.5% of relative share.

Good News Today stayed at No. 10 with a relative share of 4.9%.

Zee Hindustan and News24 were at No. 11 and 12 with 4.1% and 3.5% relative shares, respectively.

India News, DD News and Samay garnered 2.3%, 0.9% and 0.1% relative shares, respectively.

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