Results are announced every Tuesday and published in Oricon Style by subsidiary Oricon Entertainment Inc.
The group also lists panel survey-based popularity ratings for television commercials on its official website.
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The lawsuit, filed by Oricon on November 17, 2006, accused Ugaya of “mendacious comments” and demanded 50 million yen (318,000 euros) in damages.
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