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Big CBS Prime

Big CBS Prime
Big CBS Prime
Launched November 29 2010
Closed November 29 2013
Owned by Joint Venture between Reliance Broadcast Network Limited and CBS Studios International
Country  India
Headquarters Mumbai, Maharashtra
Sister channel(s) Big CBS Spark
Big CBS Love
Website Official Website

Big CBS Prime was an India based English language television channel started as a joint venture between Reliance Broadcast Network Limited and CBS Studios International.[1][2]

The channel went on air and began telecasting from 29 November 2010. It was closed exactly 3 Years later in November 2013.

The company, BIG CBS Networks had rolled out its three channels in a phased manner. The other channels from the network are Big CBS Spark, which was aimed at the youth and Big CBS Love, the channel that targeted women.

Availability and distribution

Big CBS Prime was being distributed through DTH platforms such as Big TV, Videocon d2h and Airtel Digital TV, and on cable network via Digicable, Den Networks and Hathway, InCable and 7Star.[3][4]

Shows broadcast on Big CBS Prime

See also

References

  1. ^ AFAQS.
  2. ^ BIG CBS: Reliance, CBS To Launch India TV Channels, 08/18/10
  3. ^ Reliance launches 'BIG CBS Prime', Nov 29 2010
  4. ^ BIG CBS Prime to go on air today Nov 29, 2010
  5. ^ http://www.idubba.com/tv-serials/hawaii-five-0-season-2-big-cbs-prime/14295

External links

  • Official Site
  • BIG CBS Prime on Facebook
  • BIG CBS Prime on Twitter

External links

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