Star India to Launch New Gold Romance Channel For Romance Movies Soon

Star India already has other film channels in the country which includes names like Star Gold, Star Gold HD, Star Select HD which is a movie channels with no breaks.

Highlights

  • Star India already has other film channels in the country
  • The Hindi news channel named Times Now Navbharat HD would not be after TRP
  • With the coming of Tuesday, we are seeing the launch of yet another channel

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On Monday, we saw the arrival of the latest news channel by one of the biggest news broadcasters of the country, Times Now. The channel was the first of its kind in the Hindi language from the Times Group. With the coming of Tuesday, we are seeing the launch of yet another channel by another big broadcaster of the country, Star India. The Star Gold Romance channel will add to the roster of already existing film channels by Star India. It’s worth noting that, as per the name, the channel is expected to be specializing in the Romance genre of movies.

Star India Gold Romance Channel Soon to be Available

Star India already has other film channels in the country, which includes names like Star Gold, Star Gold HD, Star Select HD, which is a movie channel with no breaks. A non-HD version of the same channel, Star Select, is also available to the viewers. On the same list, the sixth edition would be Star Gold Romance.

Times Group Also Launches New Hindi News Channel

In another news, Times Group has also launched its Times Now Navbharat HD, a new Hindi news channel. Times Now is already a big name in the news segment with its English news coverage; however, the broadcaster did not have any name in the Hindi news channel segment. As per the broadcaster, the Hindi news channel named Times Now Navbharat HD would not be after TRP and sensational headlines and would be focused on true and innovative news presentations. The launch of these new channels comes at a time where a lot of other channels are losing their rights to the TV screens. In the last four years, 204 channels have gone bust from the screen for the violation of the Television Networks (Regulation) Act, 1995.

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