Sony Entertainment Television

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Sony Entertainment Television
Launched 8 October 1995; 23 years ago (1995-10-08)[1]
Owned by Sony Pictures Networks India
Picture format 1080i HDTV
(downscaled to 4:3 480i/576i for SDTVs) or downscaled to 480p
Slogan The Best Name In South Asian Entertainment (1995-2009)
Yeh Hai Sony Entertainment Television (1995-2009)
Yeh Hai Sony (2002-2009)
Badal Rahe Hain Aap, Badal Rahe Hain Hum (2009)
Ghar Aayi Har Khushi (2009-2013)
Apna Sony, Humara Sony (2013-2017)
Rishta Likhenge Hum Naya (2017-present)
Naya Sangeet (2017-present)
Country India
Language Hindi
Headquarters Mumbai, Maharashtra
Sister channel(s) Sony Max
Sony Max 2
Sony SAB
Sony Liv
Sony Six
Sony Mix
Sony Aath
AXN
Sony Le Plex
Sony Yay
Sony Pix
Sony ESPN
Sony TEN
Sony Wah
Sony Pal
Sony Rox HD
Sony BBC Earth
Sony Marathi
Website www.setindia.com
Availability
Satellite
DStv
(Africa)
Channel 450
Airtel Channel 111 (SD)
Channel 112 (HD)
Reliance Digital TV Channel 207
Dish TV Channel 105 (SD)
Channel 104 (HD)
Tata Sky Channel 130 (SD)
channel 128 (HD)
channel 129 (HD +1)
Dish Home
(Nepal)
Channel 204
Sun Direct Channel 310 (SD)
Channel 874 (HD)
Videocon d2h Channel 109 (SD)
Channel 906 (HD)
Dialog TV
(Sri Lanka)
Channel 52 (SD)
Dish TV
(Sri Lanka)
Channel 2693 (SD)
OSN
(Middle East & North Africa)
Channel 277
Sky
(UK & Ireland)
Channel 703 (SD)
Channel 882 (HD)
Canal+
(Myanmar)
Channel 84
Cable
Siti Cable Channel 112 (SD)
Channel 22 (HD)
Hathway Channel 5 (Mumbai)
Channel 305 (Hyderabad)
Channel 250 (Bengaluru)
Asianet Digital Channel 503 (SD)
Channel 849 (HD)
StarHub TV
(Singapore)
Channel 127
Verizon FiOS
(United States)
Channel 1754
iO Digital Cable
(U.S.)
Channel 1173
First Media
(Indonesia)
Channel 170
In Digital
(Bengaluru)
Channel 102
Sim TV
(Nepal)
Channel 0122
Doen TV
(Nepal)
channel 422
IPTV
HyppTV
(Malaysia)
Channel 343
Singtel TV
(Singapore)
Channel 644
PEO TV
(Sri Lanka)
Channel 79
now TV
(Hong Kong)
Channel 771

Sony Entertainment Television (abbr. SET), is an Indian Hindi-language general entertainment television channel. It was launched in October 1995, and is owned by Sony Pictures Networks India, a subsidiary of Sony Pictures Entertainment,[2] which in turn is owned by the Japanese Sony Corporation.

SET has been one of India's most popular television channels, having produced many iconic shows such as CID, Aahat, Kkusum, Jassi Jaissi Koi Nahin, and Crime Patrol.[3] It also broadcasts internationally under the name Sony Entertainment Television Asia.

History

Programming

Availability

Outside India

A version for international transmission exists, which was previously known as Sony Entertainment Television Asia. Launched on 8 October 1998, it is based in the United Kingdom. The international version is available in several countries and regions, including Australia, Canada, Europe, Fiji, Guyana, Mauritius, the Middle East, New Zealand, Pakistan, South Africa, Suriname, Trinidad and Tobago, the United Kingdom, and the United States.

Previous logos

References

  1. ^ "Sony Entertainment Television Asia". setindia.com. Archived from the original on 1 February 2016.CS1 maint: BOT: original-url status unknown (link)
  2. ^ "Set India renamed as Multi Screen Media". IndianTelevision.com. 2007-12-20. Retrieved 2008-03-08.
  3. ^ "Sony turns 21: A look at 5 iconic shows of the channel". India Today. Retrieved 1 December 2018.

External links

  • Official website


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