Star Suvarna

  (Redirected from Asianet Suvarna)

Star Suvarna is an Indian general entertainment pay television channel broadcasting in Kannada. It is owned by Star India.[1]

Star Suvarna
StarSuvarnaLogo.jpg
CountryIndia
Broadcast areaIndia
NetworkAsianet Digital Network
Sloganಬದಲಾವಣೆಯ ಬೆಳಕು
Badalavaneya Belaku
(
The Light of Change)
HeadquartersBengaluru, Karnataka, India
Programming
Language(s)Kannada
Picture format1080i HDTV
(downscaled to letterboxed 576i for the SDTV feed)
Ownership
OwnerStar India
Sister channelsStar Suvarna Plus
Asianet
Asianet Plus
Asianet Movies
Star Plus
Star Bharat
Star Vijay
Star Maa
Star Jalsha
Star Pravah
Star Utsav
Star Gold
Hungama TV
Disney
Marvel HQ
Star World
National Geography
Star Maa Movies
Star Maa Music
Star World
Star Vijay Plus
History
Launched17 June 2007; 13 years ago (17 June 2007)
Former namesAsianet Suvarna
Availability
Cable
Asianet DigitalChannel 245 (SD)
Satellite
Tata SkyChannel 1610 (SD)
Channel 1609 (HD)
Airtel digital TVChannel 959 (SD)
Channel 960 (HD)
Dish TVChannel 1707 (SD)
Sun DirectChannel 258 (SD)
Channel 862 (HD)
D2HChannel 654 (SD)
Channel 996 (HD)
Independent TVChannel 817 (SD)

It was launched on 17 June 2007 by Jupiter Entertainment Venture (JEV) as Asianet Suvarna owned by Asianet Communications Limited.[2] In 2013, Star India acquired Asianet Communications excluding the news channels from their parent company.[3] On 25 July 2016, the channel was rebranded as Star Suvarna along with its sister channel Star Suvarna Plus.[4][5]

Star Survana launched its own high-definition simulcast on 15 July 2017 exclusively on Tata Sky.[6][7]

Star Suvarna launched new logo with all new graphics on 22nd November 2020.

ProgrammingEdit

Current BroadcastsEdit

Date Show Name Status Notes
22 January 2018 – present Muddulakshmi On-Air Remake of the Malayalam serial Karuthamuthu.
16 October 2019 – present Inthi Nimma Asha On-Air Remake of the Bengali serial Sreemoyee.
3 February 2020 – present Jeeva Hoovagide On-Air Remake of the Tamil serial Eeramana Rojave.
2 March 2020 – present Matte Vasantha On-Air Remake of the Marathi serial Devyani.
11 May 2020 – present Mahabharatha On-Air Dubbing Version of the Hindi serial Mahabharatha.
18 May 2020 – present RadhaKrishna On-Air Dubbing Version of the Hindi version the RadhaKrishna.
15 June 2020 – present Sangarsha On-Air Remake of the Tamil serial Ayutha Ezhthu.
24 June 2020 – present Drushti On-Air Dubbing version of the Hindi TV serial Nazar.
10 August 2020 – present Seetheya Rama On-Air Dubbing version of the Hindi TV serial Siya Ke Ram.
16 August 2020 – present Son of Savitramma On-Air Dubbing Version of the Telugu TV serial Savitramma Gari Abbayi.
28 September 2020 – present Mayajala On-Air Dubbing version of the Hindi TV serial Yehh Jadu Hai Jinn Ka!.
12 October 2020 – present Suvarna Sankalpa On-Air Devotional Show
19 October 2020 – present Bombat Bhojana On-Air Cookery Show hosted by Sihi Kahi Chandru.
11 November 2020 – present Sarasu On-Air Remake of the Bengali TV serial Mohor.
23 November 2020 – present Suvarna Superstar On-Air Game Show dedicated to Women hosted by Shalini.
7 December 2020 – present Manasella Neene On-Air Remake of the Hindi TV serial Yeh Hai Chahatein.

Drama Series (formerly broadcast)Edit

  • Premaloka
  • Preethiyinda
  • Amrutha Varshini
  • Krishna Rukmini
  • Lakumi
  • Chukki
  • Krishna Tulasi
  • Varalakshmi Stores
  • Sathyam Shivam Sundharam
  • Bili Hendthi
  • Paaka Shaale
  • Shree
  • Maharshi Darpana
  • Neeli
  • Aragini
  • Avanu Matte Shravani
  • Anuroopa
  • Hara Hara Mahadeva
  • Milana
  • Kushi
  • Suvarna Paaka Shale
  • Janaki Raghava
  • Geethanjali
  • Eradu Kanasu
  • Just Math Mathalli
  • Ambari
  • Niharika
  • Triveni Sangama
  • Meera Madhava
  • Durga
  • Jeevana Chaitra
  • Madhubala
  • Gundyan Hendthi
  • Anthahapura
  • Puttumalli
  • Katheya Rajakumari
  • Amma
  • Krishna Tulasi

Reality Shows (formerly broadcast)Edit

  • Confident Star Singers
  • Pyate Hudgir Halli Life (Season 1-4)
  • Halli Hyda Pyateg Banda
  • Pyate Mandi Kadige Bandru
  • Super Jodi
  • Swayamwara
  • Neena Naana
  • Kathe alla Jeevana
  • Putani Pantru
  • Kannadada Kotyadipathi (Season 1-3)
  • Bigg boss Season 2
  • Gaana Bajaana
  • Sixth Sense
  • Bharjari Comedy
  • Comedy Cafe
  • Dance Dance
  • Action Star

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Why Suvarna channel is rechristened as Star Suvarna". The Times of India.
  2. ^ "JEV's Suvarna TV to launch on June 17; Tamil channel next - Exchange4media". Indian Advertising Media & Marketing News – exchange4media. Retrieved 22 March 2019.
  3. ^ "STAR India acquires 100% Stake In Asianet Communications". Medianama. 13 March 2014. Retrieved 18 October 2019.
  4. ^ "Star India rebrands Suvarna channels, revamps programming lineup". Indian Television Dot Com. 20 July 2016.
  5. ^ "Suvarna is now bigger with 'Star Suvarna'". www.startv.com.
  6. ^ "Star Suvarna HD launched on Tata Sky". India's Leading Source for Broadcasting & Broadband Information - CableQuest Magazine. Retrieved 24 March 2019.
  7. ^ "STAR SUVARNA HD LAUNCH". www.startv.com.

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