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CStar
CStar vector.svg
CountryFrance
Broadcast areaFrance
SloganLa chaîne musicale et entertainment
HeadquartersBoulogne-Billancourt
Programming
Language(s)French
Picture format576i (SDTV)
1080i (HDTV)
Ownership
OwnerCanal+ Group
History
Launched7 October 2012; 8 years ago (2012-10-07) (as D17)
5 September 2016; 4 years ago (2016-09-05) (as CStar)
Replacedi-MCM (2002–2005)
Europe 2 TV (2005–2007)
Virgin 17 (2008–2010)
Direct Star (2010–2012)
Former namesD17
Links
Websitewww.cstar.fr
Availability
Terrestrial
TNTChannel 17
Cable
NumericableChannel 40
Satellite
CanalsatChannel 93
IPTV
CanalsatChannel 93 (SD/HD)
All IPTV operatorsChannel 17

CStar (pronounced [ce star]) is a private national French TV channel, owned by Canal+ Group.

History

CStar launched on 5 September 2016 as D17, the channel replaced Direct Star, owned by Bolloré Group.

D17 was rebranded CStar on 5 September 2016.[1]

Programmes

Canal Star's programming has a musical format. The channel also airs documentaries, concerts, series, dramas, movies and Japanese anime.

Music Shows

  • + 2 Music: short program. Presents an artist of the moment.
  • Les Lives: concerts.
  • Les Cérémonies: American music ceremonies like American Music Awards, Grammy Awards, Brit Awards.
  • Nouvelle Star: Pop Idol adaption. Rebroadcasts from D8
  • Nuit Electro A selection of electro music.
  • Nuit Gold: A selection of clips of hits of the 1980s.
  • Nuit Hip-Hop: A selection of hip-hop clips.
  • Nuit Indé: A selection of indie music.
  • Nuit Live A selection of music from around the world.
  • Nuit Rap: A selection of raps.
  • Nuit Rock: A selection of British, American, and French rock clips
  • Star Story: Presented by Ayden. Documentary of the story of an artist or something related to music.
  • Talent Tendance: short programme. Presents an artist at the moment.
  • Top 80: playlist. Selection of clips from the 1980s.
  • Top 90: playlist. Selection of clips from the 1990s.
  • Top 2000: playlist. Selection of clips from the 2000s.
  • Top Clip: playlist. Random clip broadcasting, usually from the 2000s & 2010's.
  • Top Club: club music clip classification.
  • Top D17: clip classification depending only from the editorial board.
  • Top France: French-speaking and/or French singer clip classification.
  • Top Hip-Hop: hip-hop music clip classification
  • Top Rock: rock music clip classification.
  • Virgin Radio Fans : live music show, presented by Cyril Hanouna and Énora Malagré.

Entertainment

See also

References

  1. ^ "Pourquoi D8 et D17 changent de nom". Télérama.fr (in French). 18 August 2016. Retrieved 7 July 2018.

External links


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