Not to be confused with Star Sports 1 Hindi, which was known as Star Sports 3 from 2013 to 2017.
Channel V India
In July 2012 Channel V moved its focus entirely towards youth programming. More than a year later, on 25 November 2013, it adopted a new logo with the tagline Correct Hai ('it's correct').
On 1 August 2016 Channel V went back to being a 24-hour pure-play music channel.
In November 2017 Star India decided to shut down Channel V and launch a dedicated Kannada-language sports channel, Star Sports 1 Kannada, in its place. However, since the broadcasting licence of Star Sports 1 Kannada was awarded only in May 2018, Star's plan to rebrand Channel V to Star Sports 1 Kannada was put on hold. Therefore, Channel V resumed its youth drama shows on 1 November 2017.
However, in August 2018, Star decided not to have a dedicated Kannada sports channel for the time being. Instead, it launched Star Sports 3 on 15 September 2018, replacing Channel V. Nevertheless, Star launched Star Sports 1 Kannada separately on 29 December 2018.
Notes: 1Withdrawn from India in March 2019 (SD feeds) and June 2019 (Nat Geo Music and People HD); BabyTV HD is still running in India. They were run by Fox Networks Group Asia; there was no dedicated Indian feed. 2Joint venture with Tata Group. 3Sold to ABP Group. 4Sold to CJ E&M. 5Joint venture between Star and Viacom. Dissolved in 1994 with the launch of Channel V.
Notes: 1Sold to China Media Capital. 2Rebranded from Star to Fox channels in 2017. Now owned by Fox Networks Group. 3Formerly a joint-venture with Viacom International but ended in 1994. MTV Southeast Asia later relaunched in 1995. 4Sold to Visi Media Asia, which had owned 80% of the channel (Star formerly owned 20%). 5Relauched as Pinoy Box Office.