Direct Star

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Direct Star
Direct Star logo.png
Launched 1 September 2010
Closed 7 October 2012
Owned by Canal+ Group (60%)
Bolloré Group (40%)
Picture format 576i (SDTV)
Audience share 1.1 (July 2012, Médiamétrie)
Slogan LA Chaîne musicale et entertainment
Country France
Language French
Headquarters Puteaux, France
Replaced Virgin 17
Replaced by D17 (from 7 October 2012)
Availability
Terrestrial
TNT Channel 17
Satellite
CanalSat Channel 38
Bis Télévisions Channel 17
FRANSAT Channel 17
Orange TV Channel 17
Télésat Channel 20
TNTSAT Channel 17
Cable
Numericable Channel 23
MC Cable Channel 159
VOO Channel 42
IPTV
Alice TV Channel 17
Bis TV on Line Channel 17
CitéFibre Channel 17
DartyBox TV Channel 17
Freebox TV Channel 17
Orange TV Channel 17
SFR Channel 17
BBox Channel 17
CanalSat Channel 38

Direct Star was a French music channel owned by Vincent Bolloré, that launched and replaced Virgin 17 on 1 September 2010. The channel has been replaced on 7 October 2012 by D17 after being bought by the French group Canal+.

Programmes[edit]

Music[edit]

  • Star Music
  • Top Direct Star
  • Top Club
  • Top France
  • Top Hip-Hop
  • Top Rock
  • + 2 Music
  • Star Story

Other[edit]

  • Morning Star
  • Zap Direct Star
  • Sport Extrême
  • Star Report
  • Star Player
  • Poker

Series[edit]

Anime[edit]

Reality TV[edit]

See also[edit]