India’s new TV ratings for week of November 23-24 were recorded at the highest level yet in the country.
According to Nielsen, India’s viewership reached 2.8 million households on Tuesday, while the viewership of India’s biggest telcos, Vodafone and Idea, was slightly down from last week’s record.
This was the second week in a row that India’s ratings had topped the 2.5 million mark.
However, in terms of viewership overall, the Indian TV ratings were up from last year’s record of 1.4 million.
In contrast, the country’s total viewership was down from the previous week’s average of 2.1 million, according to Nielsen.
India’s ratings were the highest ever recorded for a week.
This is a sign that India has not lost the trust of its viewers in the past few months.
In fact, the ratings have been improving significantly in the last two months.
The Nielsen ratings were released on Wednesday, November 23, 2018.
The ratings were conducted by the TV Ratings Association of India (TRAI) on the premise of measuring the quality of content in the Indian television market.
The rating of an audience can be a key indicator of how many viewers are watching.
The ratings released on Tuesday have also shown that India was the best performer in terms the quality, which was the highest among the seven countries with a rating of 10 or higher.
India was also the best performing among the six countries with ratings of 7-9.