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Star Sports 3

STAR Sports 3
Launched 25 April 2007
25 October 2007
Network STAR TV
Owned by 21st Century Fox (through STAR TV and Fox International Channels)
Picture format 576i (SDTV)
Language Hindi
Broadcast area India, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Nepal and Bhutan
Formerly called STAR Cricket (2007-2013) (except in Hong Kong, Papua New Guinea, Singapore, Indonesia and Philippines)
Sister channel(s) STAR Sports 1
STAR Sports 2
STAR Sports 4
STAR Sports HD1
STAR Sports HD2
Website Official Site
Tata Sky (India) Channel 405
Airtel Digital TV (India) Channel 224
Reliance Digital TV (India) Channel 506
Dish TV (India) Channel 659
Sun Direct TV (India) Channel 507
Videocon d2h (India) Channel 403
Dialog TV (Sri Lanka) Channel 10
Teledasun (LBN) Sri Lanka Channel TBA
StarHub TV Singapore Channel 236 (STAR Cricket)
Cablelink Philippines Channel TBA
Hathway Digital Cable India Channel 153
SkyCable Philippines Channel 85 (STAR Cricket - Digital)
now TV (Hong Kong) Channel 674 (STAR Cricket)
World on Demand (Japan) Channel 205 (STAR Cricket)
mio TV (Singapore) Channel 124 (STAR Cricket Extra)
PTCL Smart TV (Pakistan) Channel 52

STAR Sports 3 is a sports channel owned by Star Sports network. STAR Sports 3 is the rebranded channel of STAR Cricket w.e.f. November 6, 2013 in India, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Nepal and Bhutan.


  • Broadcast 1
    • Badminton 1.1
    • Cricket 1.2
    • Football 1.3
    • Hockey 1.4
    • Kabaddi 1.5
    • News and Shows 1.6
  • See also 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4


All Programs are broadcast in Hindi commentary with Devanagari Script for cricket events.







News and Shows

  • Star Power
  • Star Power Mornings
  • Star Power Special (for tournaments and tours)
  • Star Power Lens (A 30 second summary)
  • Jai Ho
  • T20 Triumphs
  • Close Encounters
  • Great Knocks
  • Playlist
  • Switch Hit

See also


External links

  • STAR Sports 3 via STAR Sports
  • STAR Sports 3 via Fox Sports Asia
  • STAR Cricket Via
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