Tagalized Movie Channel
The Tagalized Movie Channel is a 24-hour Filipino cable channel co-owned by Viva Entertainment and MVP Entertainment. TMC airs 24 hours of Hollywood and Asian movies dubbing in Tagalog language
The Filipino Channel
The Filipino Channel known as TFC, is a global subscription television network based in Daly City, California with studio in Redwood City and offices in Australia, Cayman Islands, UAE, Japan, Middle East, the Netherlands, the United Kingdom. It is owned and operated by the Filipino media conglomerate ABS-CBN, its programming is composed of imported programs from the ABS-CBN television network. TFC is available globally on direct-to-home satellite, cable, IPTV, online streaming, video on demand and on other over-the-top content platforms. TFC is targeted to the Filipino diaspora, was launched on September 24, 1994, becoming the world's first trans-Pacific Asian broadcaster; as of 2014, The Filipino Channel has over three million subscribers worldwide, most of whom are in the United States, Middle East, Australia and Japan. On September 24, 1994 ABS-CBN Broadcasting Corporation through its newly established subsidiary ABS-CBN International signed a historic deal with the PanAmSat to bring the first trans-Pacific Asian programming service to some two million Filipino immigrants in the United States using the then-newly launched PAS 2 satellite.
The first headquarters of TFC was built in a garage in Daly City, California with only eight employees doing all the tasks from managing the phones, the computers, the like. By 1995, TFC has grown to 25,000 subscribers in the United States. Airings of Mara Clara and other programming aired during the daytime and night in 1997 Esperanza and Mula Sa Puso where the biggest programs on TFC In 1996, TFC Direct! was launched, an independently operated direct-to-home television service that incorporates the TV channels Sarimanok News Network, Pinoy Blockbuster Channel, Pinoy Central, the radio channels DZMM Radyo Patrol 630 and WRR 101.9 For Life!. By 2004, TFC has grown to 250,000 subscribers in the United States; this growth led to the expansion of TFC to other territories in the world. In 2005, ABS-CBN International signed an affiliation agreement with DirecTV, one of the leading DTH providers in the United States. Under the deal, DirecTV has the exclusive right to distribute the TFC package on its DTH platform.
In return, DirecTV will pay license fees to ABS-CBN International. That year, the now defunct and award-winning internet television service TFC Now! was launched. This was replaced by TFC.tv video streaming website. In this year, ABS-CBN International acquired San Francisco International Gateway from Loral Space & Communications. SFIG is a telecommunications port company based in California. SFIG provides satellite communications services through its 2.5 acre facility consisting of 19 satellite dish antennas and 9 modular equipment buildings. ABS-CBN International received Federal Communications Commission licensing approval in April 2006. In this year, ABS-CBN International opened its state-of-the-art studio and office in Redwood City, California. In 2006, SFIG handled the pay per view distribution to In Demand and DirecTV for the Manny Pacquiao vs. Oscar Larios super featherweight championship title fight. SFIG's customers include Discovery CBS, ESPN, Playboy among others. SFIG is a member of the World Teleport Association.
In 2007, ABS-CBN International launched Myx, the first and only television channel in the United States, targeted to the Asian-American youth audience. As of 2011, TFC has over 2.47 million subscribers worldwide, Same Year, TFC Was Change 2nd New Logo. As of 2015, The Filipino Channel has over three million subscribers worldwide most of which are in United States, Middle East, New Zealand, Europe and Southeast Asia; the program line-up of The Filipino Channel is composed of programs from ABS-CBN, a national television network in the Philippines. Programming ranging from news, public service, reality shows, soap operas, talk shows, gag shows, live events, other formats and genres are shown on TFC in a delayed basis and are synchronized automatically depending on the location of the broadcast. TFC shows original programs not shown in the Philippines and these are produced abroad by ABS-CBN's foreign subsidiaries in United States, Middle East, Europe. In 2007 the short lived Hero TV on TFC aired in April 2007-August 2007 TFC Video On Demand is an IPTV service distributed around the world under the brand of The Filipino Channel.
To avail of the service, users must acquire the TFC IPTV set-top box, connect the box to a TV set and broadband internet through WiFi or Ethernet, subscribe to monthly subscription. The channel line up will depend on the subscription package availed and may include the live-streaming of TV channels The Filipino Channel, Myx TV, the international feeds of ABS-CBN Sports+Action, ABS-CBN News Channel, Cinema One, Lifestyle, as well as radio channels DZMM and My Only Radio, an in-house interactive Karaoke channel. Aside from the live-streaming of ABS-CBN channels, the service includes a video on demand feature that allow users to watch, rewind, fast-forward select programs of the channels anytime for a period of one month and in high-definition format; the service offers a wide selection of fresh movies from the Philippines and other pay per view contents like concerts and sporting events in high-def
Sony One is a subscription-based television channel owned by Sony Pictures Television, a division of Sony Pictures Entertainment. It is available in Malaysia, Singapore and Indonesia, it was launched on 1 October 2010 at 21:00 SST. On 1 December 2016, the channel was rebranded as Sony One, with a new logo based on the Sony Channel corporate image; the channel's programming consists on Korean-language series and shows, provided by the Seoul Broadcasting System. Sony One's programming is available subtitled in local languages on optional subtitle tracks, depending on the country of reception's market. Animax Asia AXN Asia BeTV Sony Channel Gem TV Asia SET Asia Official Site Sony One on Facebook Sony One on Twitter
Jeepney TV is a Philippine pay television channel owned by Creative Programs, a subsidiary of the media conglomerate ABS-CBN Corporation. Its programming consists of classic and archived series aired on ABS-CBN, it is named after the jeepney, an automotive vehicle, used as a mode of transportation in the Philippines since World War II. On November 27, 2015, Jeepney TV revamped its graphics and program line-up, the programming scheduled was overhauled yet again In June 2018. From July 30 to December 31, 2018, Jeepney TV is available on ABS-CBN TV Plus as a free trial channel, together with O Shopping, Asianovela Channel, Movie Central and Myx, but it extended until May 2019. Dominic (formerly on Studio 23
Viva Entertainment Inc. is a Filipino-owned entertainment company based in Quezon City and Pasig City, Philippines. It was founded in 1981 by Vicente "Vic" del Rosario, Jr. Viva Communications Inc. Viva Films Neo Films Falcon Films Viva Television Vintage Television Mega Productions Viva International Pictures Viva Artists Agency Viva Live Halo Halo Radio Halo Halo Radio 105.1 Cebu Halo Halo Radio 97.1 Davao Halo Halo Radio 103.5 Zamboanga Viva Interactive Viva Networks PBO: Pinoy Box Office Viva TV TMC: Tagalized Movie Channel Sari-Sari Channel Joint venture with A+E Networks History H2 Fyi Crime & Investigation Network Lifetime Joint venture with Viacom Comedy Central Joint venture with Blue Ant Media Blue Ant Entertainment Blue Ant Extreme Joint venture with Celestial Tiger Entertainment Celestial Movies Pinoy Viva Sports Viva Sports Management Viva Video, Inc. Viva Video City Viva Music Group Viva Records Vicor Music Verje Music Publishing Harmony Music Publishing Amerasian Recording Studios Viva Publishing Group Viva PSICOM Publishing Corporation - joint venture with the Gabriel family Viva Starmometer Publishing Corporation - joint venture with Edsel Roy VRJ Books Publishing Viva International Food & Restaurants Boteju Paper Moon Cake Boutique Halo Halo Radio is a brand name for Viva's radio stations.
It was launched as Oomph! Radio before the end of 2014 following the acquisition of Ultimate Entertainment and its FM stations, thus it is Viva's new venture into radio broadcasting, its format playlist consisted of international songs. In May 2016, Viva Live dropped the Oomph! Radio brand and went to an independent branding among stations by adding 70s, 80s and 90s music to its playlist, despite retaining its format and the Ultimate Radio name. In July 2016, Viva Live brought back the Oomph! Radio brand and its Top 40/OPM format. In February 2017, the Oomph! Radio brand was dropped permanently due to management decision. In May 2017, Oomph! Radio was relaunched as an all-OPM station. With this launch, Halo Halo Radio became the de facto provincial counterpart of Manila-based Pinas FM 95.5, the country's first all OPM radio station. Viva Video Inc. is the exclusive distributor of video products for local and international studios in the Philippines. Viva Video, Inc. is the home video affiliate of Inc..
Viva Video, Inc. is the home video and DVD distribution arm of Viva Entertainment with the exclusive distributor of video products including films and television series. The company releases titles from the film and television library of VIVA Films, as well as programs from other Viva Entertainment companies, they serve as the distributor for television and/or movie product licensed by Nickeloedeon, Universal Studios Home Entertainment, 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment, Cartoon Network, Big Idea Productions, Turner Entertainment Co. Cookie Jar Entertainment, Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment, Nine Network, Summit Entertainment, Lionsgate Home Entertainment, Sesame Workshop, HIT Entertainment, MGA Entertainment internationally for the Philippine market, local products from VIVA Films, APT Entertainment, OctoArts Films, Regal Entertainment, Solar Entertainment, Studio5, GMA Films, FPJ Productions, Pioneer Films and Star Cinema. Viva Video holds licenses for: Local Viva Films APT Entertainment OctoArts Films Regal Entertainment GMA Films Star Cinema Solar Entertainment Studio5 FPJ Productions Pioneer FilmsInternational Cookie Jar Entertainment 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment MGM Home Entertainment, phased out in 2005 as MGM Holdings ABC MGA Entertainment Summit Entertainment Lionsgate Home Entertainment Syndicate Films Emperor Motion Pictures Lakeshore Entertainment Mandate Pictures Icon Entertainment Bauer Martinez Inferno Distribution Cineclick Asia Cinema Service Miro Vision Skyfilms Nick Jr. Nickelodeon Nine Network HIT Entertainment Big Idea Productions Sesame Workshop Cartoon Network Turner Entertainment Universal Studios Home Entertainment Playboy Home Entertainment Viva Video City is the video retail affiliate of Viva Video, the home video unit of Viva Entertainment, Inc.
Viva PSICOM Publishing Corporation is a publishing company jointly owned by Viva Entertainment and the Gabriel family. It was founded in 1990 by Arnel Jose Gabriel as a small desktop publisher, which evolved into publishing the first Filipino wholly owned trade newspaper, the now-defunct Philippine IT Update; the company known as PSICOM, rose to fame through the Diary ng Panget tetralogy authored by HaveYouSeenThisGirL. In August 2013, Viva Entertainment acquired 50% of the company stocks, it was renamed as Viva-Psicom. Magazines OtakuZine Otak
Viva TV (Philippine TV channel)
Viva TV is a Philippine entertainment television channel owned by Viva Entertainment, available on satellite and cable TV providers. The channel was launched as Viva Cinema on February 1, 2009, the day Cignal Digital TV began operation; the channel's programming line-up consisted of previous teleseries produced by Viva Television, Filipino films and Hollywood films, as well as televised interviews related to upcoming domestic and international films. On July 16, 2012, the channel was relaunched as Viva TV, began broadcasting music videos, talk shows, reality series and behind the scenes from films featuring some of Viva Entertainment artists, including Sarah Geronimo, Anne Curtis, KC Concepcion, among others. Popstar Diaries Daily Top 10 OPM TV Especially4 You ANNEbishowsa Live at Amerasian Rap Sessions Karaokray Dobol or Samting Pinoy Star Stories Front Row #JADINE Wapak StarBiz Star Yayey CineBest SinePalooza Star Homes The Jon Santos Show Chillin' with Chicser Oh My Guardians KC. Com Becky Nights Pantaxa Petra's Panniest The OPM Show Viva Entertainment Viva Television Pinoy Box Office Viva TV Official Website Viva TV on Facebook Viva TV on Twitter
Basketball TV or BTV is a Philippine pay television television sports channel based in Shaw Boulevard, Mandaluyong City. It is owned by the Solar Entertainment Corporation, it was launched on October 2006, rebranding the Sports Plus channel. The channel focuses more on showing NBA TV-related programs and regular NBA games once the season begins. In its initial broadcasts, it has been showing re-runs of the 2006 NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Tournament and the 2006 FIBA World Championship. Aside from the NBA games, it shows coverage of the Euroleague and the National Basketball League as well as FIBA-related programming and the 2006 Asian Games and 2008 Olympic Games basketball competitions; the 2007 NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Tournament was shown on BTV including the championship game, as well as the 2008 tournament. Aside from its foreign coverage, BTV was the official carrier of the Philippine Basketball League from April 2007 until its demise in 2010 after gaining the rights from Studio 23.
The coverage was on a delayed basis at 5:00 pm. In late 2007, the second matchup of a Tuesday gameday was shown on RPN but has since moved to IBC on Saturdays at the onset of the season-ending conference because RPN became the exclusive broadcast carrier of C/S; however the PBL was moved back to C/S 9 in November 2008. It covered the Collegiate Champions League tournaments, in the past saw a few National Capital Region Athletic Association and National Basketball Conference matches. From 2008 to 2011, the Philippine Basketball Association was shown on BTV, although on delay and only one game per day, with the live games aired on RPN and Studio 23. A supplementary channel, NBA Premium TV, was launched in time for the 2010–11 season, featuring over 400 games with no local commercials; the network is available in both high-definition and standard definition formats, is available as a premium subscription plan with additional fees. On April 10, 2017, Sky Cable, Destiny Cable & Sky On Demand was dropped Basketball TV along with NBA Premium TV, Jack TV, Solar Sports & CT due to Sky Cable's unpaid carriage fees.
However, on October 16, 2018, the channel was returned on Sky Cable & Sky On Demand after 18 months of carriage disputes. On October 28, 2018, the channel was dropped again on Sky Sky On Demand. On January 1, 2019 the channel was restored again on Sky Sky On Demand. NBA Action* NBA.com Fantasy Insider* NBA Inside Stuff* NBA Gametime Live NBA Games Real NBA* The Beat* The Starters* Inside the NBA* The Jump on NBA. COM* NBA D-League Central* NBA D-League Game of the Week* WNBA Games WNBA Action** NBA Playoffs Playback NBA Summer League NBA Draft One on One with Ahmad Rashād Open Court Hardwood Classics NBA Marquee Match-up NBA Playoff Playback New episodes of these programs are only available during the NBA season. New episodes only during the WNBA season. Making the Call with Ronnie Nunn NBA Draft Playback Sounds of the Finals The Run Overtime NBA Stories Marv Albert Show NBA Greatest Games / Hardwood Classics NBA Home Video NBA Basketballography NBA Specials Vintage NBA NBA Vault NBA Wired Books and Basketball NBA Journeys NBAE Presents NBA Fit NBA Slideshow Real Training Camp Shop TV NBA Jam NBA Access with Ahmad Rashād NBA 360 NBA Hoop Party NBA TV Top 10 Games of the Week 2008 Beijing Olympics 2012 London Olympics Stankovic Cup FIBA Diamond Ball FIBA World Basketball* FIBA World Championship FIBA Asia Championship FIBA Americas Championship EuroBasket – Also airing on Solar Sports ACC Men's Basketball Tournament NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Tournament Philippine Collegiate Championship One U – Broadcast rights moved to ABS-CBN Sports through ABS-CBN Sports+Action.
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