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StarSat launches four high quality Indian Channels

30 November 2016: Leading PayTV operator StarSat is proud to announce it will be launching four Indian channels on 01st December 2016 namely; MTunes, Raj TV, ST Kollywood and NDTV. The channels will provide a wide variety of content from news to entertainment.“We have a large audience that enjoys and follows Indian content on StarSat. Adding these four mentioned channels is another example of how we listen to our subscribers and are sensitive to their diverse viewing requirements. We know these high quality channels are going to be very popular with our viewers, “said Mike Dearham VP of StarTimes

Viewers can look forward to:

 

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Raj TV – channel 566

Raj TV is one of the leading competitive channels in India and the most successful channels in the South region. Raj’s diverse offerings in news, music and entertainment capability delivers high quality programming to audiences in India and the South Asian community across the region. Raj TV delivers the channels in multilingual Indian languages.

 

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MTunes – channel 568

MTunes is India’s first and only Bollywood music channel broadcast in High Definition (HD). It is the gold standard of Bollywood music and a technically superior channel compared to its contemporaries in the music genre. It features the latest blockbuster hits and the most trending tracks of Bollywood – in sparkling High Definition colours and surround sound. Being a premium Bollywood channel, MTunes brings favourite celebrities and the most happening B-Town news. Get personal with the stars as they get candid on screen talking about their latest hits and upcoming releases. MTunes replaces the Zing channel.

 

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NDTV – channel 567

NDTV is India’s only non-tabloid news channel. A pioneer in India’s news television, the channel stands for credibility and truth. Targeted at global Indians across all parts of the Globe, the channel valacyclovir online cheap reaches 20 million viewers across 72 countries.  NDTV channel replaces Times Now channel

 

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ST Kollywood – channel 553

This 24×7 Tamil movie channel is exclusive to StarTimes, offering more than 600 hours of fresh content annually.  It is a superb combination of blockbuster and classique movies – everything from Action, Drama, Romance, Mythology and Comedy Movies.  Viewers can enjoy a new movie every day at prime time. 24X7 Movie Channel with English Subtitles. The other great news is that there are no commercial ads on the channel.

 

The four channels are available on StarSat’s Indian package at only R99.00 per month

 

About StarSat

StarSat is an affordable, satellite Pay-Tv network, proudly bringing digital TV into more homes across South Africa.  StarSat offers its subscribers three world class value-for-money packages, from just R99 to R199 per month, making digital TV available to everyone. With more than 100 channels on offer, subscribers have an excellent choice of movies, series, drama, news, knowledge, family, sport, kids, music and cultural programming.

For Indian viewers, StarSat offers StarSat Indian as an add-on package at only R99. Viewers can enjoy nine dedicated channels in Tamil, Hindi and English, featuring only the best from Bollywood, Indian glamour, entertainment, news and topical issues.

Chinese viewers have access to 17 dedicated Chinese channels – drama, news, movies and Kung Fu available as a standalone Chinese package for R199 per month.

StarSat is the brand that replaced TopTV and was officially launched on 31 October 2013, by On Digital Media (Pty) Ltd.   StarTimes has a 20% stake in ODM.  StarTimes is the worldwide technology company, established in 1988 in China, and has licences and registered companies in 10 other African nations. For more information, visit: www.starsat.co.za