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2007–2016 2016–2020 2020–present
2007–2016 2016–2020 2020–present

Star Suvarna is the main Kannada-language general entertainment channel of the Star TV network in India. It was launched in 2007 as Asianet Suvarna and was acquired by Star the following year, along with Malayalam sister channels Asianet and Asianet Plus. It rebranded to Star Suvarna in 2016, and an HD feed was launched in 2017.

Its main competitors are Udaya TV, Colors Kannada and Zee Kannada, along with the smaller Colors Super, Siri Kannada and Dangal Kannada.

Asianet Suvarna

2007–2016

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Star Suvarna

2016–2020

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On 25 July 2016, Asianet Suvarna adopted the Star branding. The logo is similar to that used by Star Jalsha at the time, and, later, Star Maa Movies. Sister movie channel Star Suvarna Plus rebranded at the same time with a similar logo which has violet instead of red.

HD: 2017–2020

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An HD feed was launched on 15 July 2017, almost a year after the renaming to Star Suvarna. This came a few weeks after an HD feed of Star Maa Movies was launched on 25 June 2017.

2020–present

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On 22 November 2020, during a special event called Badalavaneya Belaku (The Light of Change), Star Suvarna rebranded with a new logo and graphics package. Badalavaneya Belaku has also been adopted as the slogan of the channel. The rebrand is in a similar fashion as that of Telugu sister channel Star Maa, which took place two months earlier, on 6 September. However, Star Suvarna Plus remains unchanged as of now.

In contrast to the the yellow and red colours that have primarily been used by the channel before, the main colour in the new graphics is sky blue, complemented by yellow and red. The graphics package is made up of traditional decorations and motifs from the state of Karnataka, similar to those used by Marathi sister channel Star Pravah since late 2019.


As with Star Maa and also Star Plus, the Foco font is used for the logo, but unlike those two, Star Suvarna uses the free Kannada-language Baloo Tamma font for the on-screen text in the graphics package.



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