Sony Entertainment Television Asia

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For the version in India, see Sony Entertainment Television (India).
Not to be confused with Sony Entertainment Television (Southeast Asia), the SET version in Indonesia, Hong Kong and Fiji.
Sony Entertainment Television Asia
Sony Entertainment Television Asia
Launched 8 October 1995
Owned by Sony Pictures Entertainment
Country India
Language Hindi
Sister channel(s) AXN Asia
Animax Asia
SET South East Asia (English)
SET One (Korean)
Sony Spin (Latin America)
PBS TV (Fiji) Channel 509/209
DStv (Mauritius) Channel 450
ADD (Middle East & North Africa) Channel TBA
Sky (UK & Ireland) Channel 782 (SD)
Dish Network (USA) Channel 695
Astro (Malaysia) Channel 253 (HD) (Coming Soon)
YouSee (Denmark) Channel 271
MediaNet (Maldives) Channel 656
Ziggo (Netherlands) Channel 765
StarHub TV (Singapore) Channel 127
Virgin TV (UK) Channel 805
In Digital (India) Channel 102
Comcast (USA) Channel 249
Cox Cable (USA) Channel 270
Time Warner Cable (USA) Channel 561
ABNXcess (Malaysia) Channel 502
mio TV (Singapore) Channel 644
U-verse (USA) Channel 3704
FiOS TV (USA) Channel 1754
Dish World (USA) This IPTV Service doesn't require channel numbers
TalkTalk Plus TV (UK) Channel 554

Sony Entertainment Television Asia, or SET Asia, is an Indian general entertainment television channel owned by SPE Networks, which is part of Sony Pictures Television, a Sony Pictures Entertainment company.[1] It is the international version of Sony Entertainment Television India.

Based in the United Kingdom, it is a venture promoted by Sony Pictures Entertainment since 1998. SET Asia is available in several countries and regions, including Australia, Canada, Europe, Pakistan, Mauritius, the Middle East, New Zealand, South Africa, the United Kingdom, and the United States.

SET Asia's programming includes drama, reality, comedy, horror, Bollywood, and live events and includes Indian Idol, and Jassi Jaissi Koi Nahin (English: There is no one like Jassi) and C.I.D.(T.V. Series), View Asia, Bigg Boss and Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa.

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  1. ^ "Set India renamed as Multi Screen Media". 2007-12-20. Retrieved 2008-03-08. 

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