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Star India has defined India’s broadcast media for over two decades and is today one of the country’s leading media and entertainment companies. Star India broadcasts more than 40 channels in 7 languages, reaching more than 600 million viewers every week across India and 100 other countries. The network’s channel portfolio includes Star Gold, Channel [V], Star World, Star Movies, Star Utsav, Life OK, Movies OK and Star Plus, India's No. 1 General Entertainment Channel. It has a leading presence in regional broadcasting as well, through a bouquet of affiliate channels which includes Star Jalsha, Star Pravah, Asianet, Asianet Plus, Suvarna and Vijay. Star India is a fully owned subsidiary of 21st Century Fox.
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Star India Renews Broadcast Rights for Premier League

To telecast LIVE action from English Premier League for next 3 seasons.
Along with the Indian Super League and Bundesliga, Star Sports and Hotstar remain the premier destinations for global and Indian football.
Star India has renewed its exclusive broadcast ri... (more)
Media and Entertainment can become a $100 Billion Industry if the Ground Rules are Changed to Unblock Capital, STAR India COO Sanjay Gupta Asserts at CII Conclave

Speaking at a CII conclave in New Delhi today, Sanjay Gupta, COO, STAR India lamented the fact that the Media and Entertainment Industry’s (M&E) target of reaching $100 billion in turnover has continued to remain out of reach.
Addressing delegates at the CII conclave, Mr G... (more)
STAR India to Make the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 Bigger and Better than Ever Before

- The World Cup, for the first time ever, to be broadcast in 6 languages across the STAR Network
- A world first broadcast of cricket in 4K - the next level of broadcasting
- Special content and analytics plan to build 24x7 engagement with the fans for the World Cup
... (more)
Media Can be the Most Exciting “Made in India” Story of the Next Decade, says Star India COO Sanjay Gupta

Amid India's steadfast focus on economic growth, the Media & Entertainment has the potential to serve as the country's key engine of growth, both socially and economically, if the government unlocks its true potential by giving the industry the policy priority it deserves, ... (more)