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Star Bharat is the successor to [[Life OK/Star One|Life OK]]. It was launched on 28 August 2017 at 6pm.
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:''Not to be confused with [[StarOne]], a defunct brand of the Indonesian mobile phone operator [[Indosat Ooredoo]].''
   
==2017-present==
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==Star One==
[[File:Star Bharat.jpg|centre|thumb|220x220px]]
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===2004–2011 (India), 2004–2012 (US and UK)===
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[[File:Star_One.png|center|250px]]<br>
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The logo for the American feed did not have the mark 'STAR' above the 'one'.
   
== Star Bharat HD ==
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==Life OK==
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===2011–2017 (India), 2012–2017 (US and UK)===
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[[File:Life OK.png|center]]
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<gallery position="center" hideaddbutton="true" bordercolor="#FFFFFF">
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Life OK HD.jpg|The HD channel was launched in 2012.
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Lifok.png|Alternative logo without mascot.
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</gallery>
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<br>Star One was renamed to Life OK on 18 December 2011. The new brand was created by [[Venturethree]], who had already rebranded [[Star Plus]] in 2010. It was one of two channels to use [[Star TV|Star]]'s 'OK' brand, created for urban-focused content aimed at a progressive Indian audience; the other was [[Movies OK]], which was launched in 2012. In response, rival network [[Zee Entertainment Enterprises|Zee]] created the '&' brand in 2013.<br><br>
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[[File:Lifeokstar.jpg|thumb|220px|centre|Version used in the UK as Star Life OK.]]
   
=== 2017-present ===
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==Star Bharat==
[[File:Star Bharat HD.jpg|centre|thumb|220x220px]]{{Better logo}}{{Star TV Network}}
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=== 2017–present ===
[[Category:2017]]
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[[File:Star Bharat logo.jpg|centre|thumb|220px]]
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Life OK was renamed to Star Bharat on 28 August 2017, thus leaving [[Movies OK]] to be the only Star channel using the 'OK' brand.
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<gallery widths="180" position="center" hideaddbutton="true" bordercolor="#FFFFFF">
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Star Bharat HD logo.jpg|HD logo.
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Star Bharat International.png|English text, used in the international feed.
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</gallery>
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{{Star TV Network}}
 
[[Category:Star TV Network]]
 
[[Category:Star TV Network]]
[[Category:Television channels in Asia]]
 
 
[[Category:Television channels in India]]
 
[[Category:Television channels in India]]
[[Category:21st Century Fox]]
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[[Category:Hindi-language television channels]]
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[[Category:2004]]
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[[Category:2011]]
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[[Category:2017]]
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[[Category:Disney]]
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[[Category:The Walt Disney Company]]
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[[Category:Walt Disney Direct-to-Consumer and International]]

Revision as of 15:00, July 15, 2019

Not to be confused with StarOne, a defunct brand of the Indonesian mobile phone operator Indosat Ooredoo.

Star One

2004–2011 (India), 2004–2012 (US and UK)

Star One

The logo for the American feed did not have the mark 'STAR' above the 'one'.

Life OK

2011–2017 (India), 2012–2017 (US and UK)

Life OK


Star One was renamed to Life OK on 18 December 2011. The new brand was created by Venturethree, who had already rebranded Star Plus in 2010. It was one of two channels to use Star's 'OK' brand, created for urban-focused content aimed at a progressive Indian audience; the other was Movies OK, which was launched in 2012. In response, rival network Zee created the '&' brand in 2013.

Lifeokstar

Version used in the UK as Star Life OK.

Star Bharat

2017–present

Star Bharat logo

Life OK was renamed to Star Bharat on 28 August 2017, thus leaving Movies OK to be the only Star channel using the 'OK' brand.


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