|Owned by||Star India|
|Picture format||1080i HDTV|
(downscaled to letterboxed 576i for the SDTV feed)
|Slogan||అదే బంధం... సరికొత్త ఉత్తేజం.... |
Same bonding ... New inspiration...
|Headquarters||Hyderabad, Telangana, India|
|Formerly called||Maa TV (2002-2017)|
|Airtel digital TV||Channel 881 (SD)|
Channel 882 (HD)
|Tata Sky||Channel 1423 (SD)|
Channel 1422 (HD)
|DishTV||Channel 6 (SD)|
Channel 5 (HD)
|Reliance Digital TV||Channel 78 (SD)|
Channel 57 (HD)
|Sun Direct TV||Channel 156 (SD)|
Channel 76 (HD)
|Videocon d2h||Channel 8 (SD)|
Channel 7 (HD)
|Hathway||Channel 406 (SD)|
Channel 405 (HD)
|Asianet Digital||Channel 271 (SD)|
|Mio TV |
MAA Television Network was founded in 2001 as a corporate entity, while its main TV channel, MAA TV, was launched in 2002. The company's second channel, MAA Music, was launched in 2008.
In 2017, Maa TV was rebranded as Star Maa with a new logo.
In June 2017, Star Maa rebranded its graphical package.
Star Maa has six channels in its network.
- Star Maa
- Star Maa Movies
- Star Maa Gold
- Star Maa Music
- Maa Junior
(Star India Production)
- Agni Sakshi
- Karthika Deepam
- Mouna Raagam
- Kathalo Rajakumari
- Siri Siri Muvvalu
- Savithrammagari Abbayi
- Kanulu Moosina Neevaye
- Kumkuma Puvvu
- Start Music
- Lakshmi Kalyanam
- Big Boss Telugu
- F3-Fun,Family and Frustation
- Tollywood Squares - (Telugu version of the popular show Hollywood Squares) Hosted by Navdeep
- BIGG BOSS - Hosted by Jr. NTR
- Ali Talkies - a film-based talk show hosted by ace comedian Ali; film celebrities come to "Ali Talkies" to chat up regarding their recent releases
- Maa Mahalakshmi - a game show targeted at women, hosted by Anasuya Bharadwaj
- Maa Voori Vanta - the longest running cookery show on MAA TV, which brings various recipes from across the world closer to the audience
- Meelo Evaru Koteeswarudu (Seasons1—4) - Telugu version of the highly popular show Who Wants To Be A Millionaire
- Rangam (Seasons 1 and 2) - a dance show featuring Telugu television celebrities
- Rela Re Rela (Seasons 1–3) - a music talent show which brought out the hidden Telugu folk talent from across Andhra Pradesh and Telangana
- Super Singer (Seasons 1–9) - a music talent show targeted at introducing new singers to the Tollywood music industry
- Bhale Chance Le (Seasons 1 and 2)-a traditional Snake and Ladders game hosted by Anchor Suma Kanakala
Former Serials (Partial list)
- Ashta Chamma
- Chigurakulalo Chilakamma
- Chinnari Pellikuthuru
- Choopulu Kalasina Shubavela
- Eetaram Illalu"
- Hara Hara Mahadeva
- Manasuna Manasai
- Janaki Ramudu
- Kodala Kodala Koduku Pellama
- Kaalabhairava Rahasyam
- Kodala Kodala Koduku Pellama
- Manasupalike Mounageetham
- Naanaku Prematho
- Naadhi Aadajanma
- Neeli kalavalu
- Ok jaanu
- Pavitra Bandham
- Raaja Rani
- Sasirekha Parinayam
- Sri subrahmanya charitham
- Uyyala Jampala
- kante koothurne kanali
- Mansauna Manasai
Star Maa Parivaar Awards
Awards fro the Television Serials were started presenting from 2017 onwards with this name,every year best serials were nominated and present awards to them
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- "Star Maa showcases the best of Telugu entertainment".
- "STAR India acquires MAA TV's broadcast business for Rs 2.5k cr". Business Standard.
- "Star India to acquire four Telugu Maa TV channels".
- "Maa TV rechristened as Star Maa". bestmediainfo.com.
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- Brand New Gameshow Fun,Family & Frustration tho #F3 Starting this August 15th at 11:30 AM, retrieved 2 September 2019
- "Star Maa Parivaar Awards 2017, Winners List, Event Images And Telecast". Indian Television. 7 June 2017. Retrieved 2 September 2019.