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(15 December 1991-present)
|StarSat TV(previously known as TopTV) (RSA)||Channel 144|
|CanalSat (Réunion)||Channel 88|
|Sky (UK)||Channel 790|
|Dish Network (USA)||Channel 790|
|CanalSat Maurice (Mauritius)||Channel 88|
|Videocon d2h (India)||Channel 203|
|Cignal Digital TV (Philippines)||Channel TBA|
|Tata Sky (India)||Channel 307|
|Channel 308 HD|
|StarHub TV (Singapore)||Channel 130|
|Virgin Media (UK)||Channel 810|
|Hathway Digital Cable (India)||Channel 54|
|SkyCable Platinum (Philippines)||Channel 146 (Digital Subscribers)|
|Destiny Cable (Philippines)||Channel 8 (Digital)|
|Cablelink (Philippines)||Coming Soon|
|now TV (Hong Kong)||Channel 781|
Zee Cinema is a Hindi satellite movie channel in India based in Mumbai. The channel is owned by the popular Zee Entertainment Enterprises which is a part of Essel Group, and broadcasts in many countries around the world. The channel was formerly a part of STAR TV channel umbrella.
Zee Cinema was the first Hindi Movie Channel of India. Since the day of its inception in April 1995, the channel has gained enough strength by reaching into the hearts of Hindi movie fans residing all over Asia, United Kingdom, United States, Africa, Mauritius and many more countries. This channel is broadcast for about 24 hours a day by broadcasting around six movies and different other types of film based programming. Zee Cinema is broadcast for more than 75% of the Cable & Satellite households across India.
- "Star TV sells, Zee consolidates". domain-b.com. Retrieved 2012-07-11.
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