National Geographic Channel
National Geographic Channel was launched in India on 1 July 1998, tying up with the then-News Corporation's Asian subsidiary Star TV in 1999. In 2000, a Hindi audio feed was launched, with more languages over the years.
In India this logo has almost always been used since 2005; the word 'Channel' was added only for a brief period in 2014–2016, and removed after the network's worldwide rebranding in November 2016.
National Geographic HD
On 30 June 2010, Star launched National Geographic HD as the second-ever HD channel in India, Discovery HD World being the first. Until February 2016 it was shared with the Asian HD feed, like Nat Geo Wild HD. In February 2016, National Geographic HD and Nat Geo Wild HD got dedicated Indian feeds that are simulcasts of the SD feeds (Nat Geo SD has always been an Indian feed since its launch in 1998).
Introduced after the worldwide rebrand of National Geographic in November 2016.
| Part of Disney India (The Walt Disney Company)
English: Entertainment: Star World (HD) and Star World Premiere HD | Movies: Star Movies (HD) and Star Movies Select HD | Lifestyle: Fox Life (HD) | Knowledge and infotainment: National Geographic (HD) (Tamil | Telugu) and Nat Geo Wild (HD) | Kids’: BabyTV HD1
Regional languages: Tamil: Star Vijay (HD) and Vijay Super | Telugu: Star Maa (HD), Star Maa Movies (HD), Star Maa Music and Star Maa Gold | Kannada: Star Suvarna (HD) and Star Suvarna Plus | Malayalam: Asianet (HD), Asianet Plus and Asianet Movies | Bangla: Star Jalsha (HD) and Jalsha Movies (HD) | Marathi: Star Pravah (HD)
Former channels and properties:
Non-Indian companies using the Star brand:
Taiwan: Star Movies HD (Taiwan)
Disbanded channels and properties:
| Subsidiaries: National Geographic Partners
Note: All media ventures are part-owned with The Walt Disney Company.