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Star Sports 1 New Biss key Tp Update 2022

Star Sports network showcases live sports and sports-related programmes in India. The brand is part of Star India – a fully owned subsidiary of 21st Century Fox. Star India is also the current “Team Sponsor” of the Indian Cricket Team.

The Star Sports network consists of ten channels, four in standard definition and six in high definition, as listed below:

Star Sports 1
Star Sports 2
Star Sports 3
Star Sports 4
Star Sports HD1
Star Sports HD2
Star Sports HD3
Star Sports HD4
Star Sports Select HD1
Star Sports Select HD2

Star Sports (formerly ESPN Star Sports) is an East Asian pay television sports channel broadcast to Mainland China and South Korea, operated by Fox Networks Group Asia Pacific, a subsidiary of The Walt Disney Company (Southeast Asia). It was previously part of the Fox Sports operations in East and Southeast Asia (formerly ESPN Star Sports), but this version retained Star Sports name; ESPN Mainland China was instead renamed Star Sports 2.

STAR SPORTS Asiasat 7 New Biss Key

Channel Name : STAR SPORTS 3
Satellite :  INTELSAT 64.0 E
Transponder :  11520 H 27500
Frequency :  11520
Pol : H
Symbolrate :  27500
SID : .0004
Biss Key :  AE 50 B8 CC 12 DE 20 15

Channel Name : STAR SPORTS 4
Satellite :  Asiasat 7 105.5 E
Transponder :  4118 H 7000
Frequency :  4118
Pol : H
Symbolrate : 7000
SID : 0002
Biss Key : 07 86 66 F3 22 91 10 C3

Hotstar is the digital platform owned by Star India and is available in India. The website follows a freemium service model wherein it offers free as well as premium content. Other than what Star Sports broadcasts, it also webcasts the Indian Premier League and other tournaments played in India, domestic as well as international.

Hong Kong-based Star TV launched Prime Sports (later renamed Star Sports) in partnership with American company TCI, which owned Prime-branded regional sports channels. The channel was live across Asia, as with the footprint of AsiaSat 1. Star TV have since regionalised the channel with a number of versions, including a dedicated version for Taiwan. Later, ESPN have joined in the region as a competitor to Star Sports.

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