STAR Sports 3

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STAR Sports 3
STAR Sports 3 logo.png
Launched 25 April 2007
25 October 2007
Owned by Fox Sports Asia
Picture format 720p (In HD)
Language English
Broadcast area India
Formerly called STAR Cricket
Sister channel(s) STAR Sports 1
STAR Sports 2
STAR Sports 4
STAR Sports HD1
STAR Sports HD2
Website Official Site
Availability
Satellite
Tata Sky India Channel 405(SD)
Channel 413(HD)
Airtel Digital TV India Channel 224
Reliance Digital TV India Channel 506
Dish TV India Channel 659
Sun Direct TV India Channel 507
Airtel Digital TV India Channel 224
Dialog TV
Sri Lanka
Channel 10
Reliance Digital TV India Channel 512 (HD)
TrueVisions
(Thailand)
Channel 64 (STAR Cricket) (Coming Channel 64)
Channel 66 (STAR Sports)
Cignal Digital TV Philippines Channel TBA
Videocon d2h (India) Channel 403
Cable
Teledasun (LBN) Sri Lanka Channel TBA
First Media Indonesia Channel 316 (HD)
StarHub TV Singapore Channel 236(HD)
Cablelink Philippines Channel TBA
Hathway Digital Cable India Channel 153
Destiny Cable Philippines Channel TBA
SkyCable Philippines Channel 85 (Digital)
IPTV
now TV (Hong Kong) Channel 674
World on Demand (Japan) Channel 205
mio TV (Singapore) Channel 123(HD)

STAR Sports 3 is the rebranded channel of STAR Cricket w.e.f. November 6,2013.It is now India's first 24X7 Hindi Sports Channel and one of many 24X7 Cricket sports channels.[1] STAR CRICKET was a 24-hour cricket channel targeting Indian audiences owned by STAR TV and Fox International Channels, and it is part of the Fox Sports Asia network. A channel showcasing first-class cricket action from around the globe, it broadcasts live and prerecorded international and regional cricket events as well as programming customised for the Indian audience, including cricket news update, magazine and reality shows. It is one of many cricket sports channels of STAR Sports.[2][3][4]

Availability[edit]

India[edit]

ESPN Star Sports (ESS) via its STAR Cricket channel was the The official broadcaster of the 2011 Cricket World Cup Final experienced all-time high TRPs, and had raised ad rates for 10 second slots during the finals to INR2.4 million (US$40,000), prior to the finals.[5] A 24-hour HD simulcast of Star Cricket launched on 19 July and is available on Videocon D2h,Tata Sky,Airtel Digital TV and Hathway Digital Cable India.

Sri Lanka[edit]

Southeast Asia and Asia[edit]

  • STAR Cricket Southeast Asia now available packages in TrueVisions (Gold Package, Platinum Package) launched in December 2007 is STAR Cricket Asia due to ESPN Star Sports used under permission registered (ESPN March 2008, STAR Sports in December 2008 and STAR Cricket)

Bangladesh[edit]

  • STAR Cricket now available in Dhaka and Chittagong by local operators and is available most part of Division of Bangladesh in cities or towns in local cable.

Pakistan[edit]

  • STAR Cricket is available on some cable operators in Pakistan.

Also available through Indian DTH (Airtel, Dish TV, Reliance, Tata Sky, Videocon, Sun direct) all over Pakistan.

Fiji[edit]

  • STAR Cricket will be available to viewers across Fiji in English and Bau Fijian from Early 2013.

Broadcast[edit]

Major International Events
Cricket Tours
Australia
Bangladesh
United Kingdom
India
Sri Lanka
News
  • Australia Cricket Weekly
  • Cricket Extras
  • England Cricket Weekly
  • India Cricket Weekly
  • Inside Cricket
  • Star Power
Hockey

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