STAR Vijay

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STAR Vijay
Launched 1994
Owned by STAR India
Picture format 576i (SD)
Country India
Language Tamil
Broadcast area India, Sri Lanka, Singapore, Vietnam, Japan, Canada, Hong Kong, United States, Europe, Malaysia , Mauritius, South Africa
Headquarters Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India
Sister channel(s) STAR Plus
Channel V
Fox Movies Premium
Fox Sports Asia
Fox Traveller
Jalsha Movies
Life OK
Movies OK
STAR Cricket
STAR Jalsha
STAR Movies
STAR Pravah
STAR Sports India
STAR Sports 2
STAR Utsav
STAR World India
Suvarna TV
Dialog TV
Channel 110
TATA Sky (India) Channel 710
Dish TV (India) Channel 950
Videocon d2h (India) Channel 553
Reliance Digital TV (India) Channel 803
Sun Direct (India) Channel 124
Astro (Malaysia) Channel 224
Eurobird (Europe) Eurobird 9A
(South Africa)
Channel 166
Hathway (India) Channel 52
Kerala Vision Digital TV (India) Channel 55
Asianet Digital TV (India) Channel 202
Starhub TV (Singapore) Channel 135
SkyCable (Philippines) Channel TBA
Destiny Cable (Philippines) Channel TBA
Cablelink (Philippines) Coming Soon
Mio TV (Singapore) Channel 634
Freebox (France) Channel 685
eLifeTV (UAE) Channel 761
Peo TV (Sri Lanka) Channel no 73
Streaming media
MIVO TV Coming soon

STAR Vijay (commonly known as Vijay TV or simply Vijay) is an Indian Tamil language general entertainment television channel based in Chennai. Vijay TV is part of 21st Century Fox's STAR India network. The shows include a mix of family dramas, comedies, reality shows, shows on crime and movies.

The channel is owned by Rupert Murdoch's 21st Century Fox Asian subsidiary network, STAR TV, and Fox International Channels. In 1994, the channel was started as Golden Eagle Communication by Ethiraj and Nandagopal Mudhaliar, which was later changed to Vijay TV after it was acquired by Vijay Mallya within a year. Before acquisition by Rupert Murdoch in 2001 it was owned by UTV Software Communications.



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