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BIG CBS Spark

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

BIG CBS Spark was a youth entertainment channel which is a joint venture between Reliance Broadcast Network and CBS Studios International.[1] It was shutdown from June 2013.

In January 2014, CBS Studios International and Reliance Broadcast Network Ltd. ended their three-year joint venture.[2] The joint venture was carrying three tv channels for broadcast in India including Big CBS Prime, Big CBS Love and youth channel Big CBS Spark. Along with this JV dissolution between the two companies, Reliance started discontinuing CBS Spark from major cable operators in India including Reliance Digital TV, Den Networks, Airtel Digital TV, Dish TV, Videocon D2H and Hathway.


Shows broadcast

References

  1. ^ http://www.bigcbs.com/spark/about-big-cbs-corporation.html
  2. ^ http://articles.economictimes.indiatimes.com/2014-01-16/news/46264171_1_big-cbs-spark-three-channels-reliance-broadcast-network-ltd/

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