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
Movie Central (Philippines)
Movie Central is a Philippine free-to-air channel created by ABS-CBN. Its programming consists of Hollywood movies, it is the second digital terrestrial television-exclusive movie channel after Cine Mo!, which airs local and Filipino-dubbed foreign movies. Movie Central operates daily from 7:00 AM to 1:00 AM of the following day. Starting from 30 July up until 31 December 2018, Movie Central was available on ABS-CBN TV Plus as a free-trial channel, along with O Shopping, Asianovela Channel, Jeepney TV and Myx. Movie Central carries films from various Hollywood film studios. Action Zone - a weekday early-evening showcase of action films. Date Night - a program block dedicated to romantic films. Hit Play Now - blockbuster movies from various genres are presented. Thriller Theater - the channel's late-night block, featuring horror and suspense movies. Movie Blowout - a weekly showcase of the well-loved blockbuster movies, airing every Saturday night. Sunday Double Rumble - the other weekend block which features two movies from the same genre, airing back-to-back every Sunday night
Pinoy Box Office
Pinoy Box Office is a Philippine television film channel owned and operated by Viva Entertainment. The channel was launched as Viva Cinema on May 6, 1996, in partnership between Viva Entertainment in the Philippines and Star TV in Hong Kong; the 1996 Viva Cinema logo was similar like different logos of STAR TV channels until 1998, the "Viva" text on the top and the "Cinema" text on the below, the old Viva's 1981 logo on the Blue square background. On July 10, 2003, Star announced that the joint venture with Viva Entertainment would not be renewed, meaning Viva Cinema would'cease broadcasting' on July 31, 2003. On August 1, 2003, Viva Cinema was relaunched as Pinoy Box Office; the current logo, which renders the channel's name in all lowercase, was introduced on March 1, 2015. The channel's new slogan, Paborito ng Bayan, was introduced. PBO Direk - recognizes the masterpiece creators Philippines’ Best Films: Director/s of the month. PBO Senti - are about movies which touch the soul. PBO TNT - Airing old TV shows produced by Viva Entertainment.
PBO Marathon - 6 hours of non-stop and most requested movies aired on TV. Pinoy Sports Special - featuring the program, The Main Event, produced by Viva Sports. Anong Ganap? Phoemela Baranda Roxee B Bea Rose Santiago Mayton Eugenio Shy Carlos Viva Entertainment Viva Television Viva Films Viva TV Viva TV
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
Viva Records (Philippines)
Viva Records is a Philippine record label owned by Viva Entertainment. 18 Greatest Hits Aegis Jensen Kyra Basil Valdez Alexis Navarro Jun Pulistico Freestyle Lani Misalucha Nonoy Zuniga Ogie Alcasid Regine Velasquez Rivermaya Sharon Cuneta Side A Zsa Zsa Padilla 3YO Afterimage Amber Andrew E. Anja Aguilar Anne Tenorio Blaze N Kane Chad Borja Charlie Green Claire de la Fuente Danita Paner Davey Langit Dingdong Avanzado Fairgame Faith CunetaFig Freestyle Gladys & the Boxers Half Life Half Death Happy Pill Jensen Kyra James Reid Jason Farol Jayann Bautista Jay Perillo John Roa Josephine Roberto aka'Banig' Jun Polistico Kim Molina Lahmeik Stacey Lara Cuevas Larry Marshall M-Gage Marion Aunor Mark Bautista Martha Joy Michealangelo Miki Hahn MJ Cayabyab Nadine Lustre Nikki Bacolod Nina Noel Milan Ntwine Pio Pops Fernandez Protein Shake PUSAKALYE Rachelle Ann Go Raffi Quijano Raymond Manalo Rico J. Puno Roselle Nava Ryan Bang Sarah Geronimo Shehyee Sheila And The Insects Sirkulo Soapdish The Brownbeat All-Stars The Company The Juans This Band True Faith U-Turn Valley Of Chrome Velcro Vino Bello VIVA Hot Babes VIVA Hotmen Wency Cornejo Willy Cruz XLR8 Zyrene Parsad UNIQUE Eduardo Capetillo The Stylistics Abomination Trepadora Elise Estrada Elizabeth Chan Lauren Jauregui Fifth Harmony Camila Cabello Ariana Grande Taylor Swift Dinah Jane Charlie Puth U2 Charlie Xcx Nicki Minaj Little Mix 1st Levi Celerio Songwriting Contest Album 18 Original Versions: Most Revival Songs 20 Years Of Lite Rock A Dozen Alternatives A Tribute To George Canseco A Viva Popstars Christmas Acoustic Night Live Acoustic Night Live 2 Ayuz!
Pinoy Alternative Powecuts Barangay Hip Hop Certified Superhits OPM Certified Superhits OPM Vol. 2 Christmas on the Rocks Closer To Home 1 Closer To Home 2 I Love You More Kanta, Sayaw Laging Kitang Mamahalin: A Musical Tribute To National Artists Lite & Live At Tapika Lovestruck Lovestruck Vol. 2 Lovestruck Vol. 3: The Promise Lovestruck Vol. 4 Mother Of All No. 1 Signature Hits OPM's Best OPM I Love Night Of The Champions Pasko Na Sinta Ko & Other Christmas Favorites Pinoy Soundtrip Vol. 1 Pinoy Soundtrip Vol. 2 Red Horse Beer Muziklaban Astig ng 2006 Rok On! Senti 18 Pinoy Love Hits Senti 2: More 18 Pinoy Love Hits Senti 3 Senti 4: It's Complicated Servant Of All Servant Of All 2: In His Time Servant Of All Kids Songs of Faith and Inspiration Star For A Night The Best Of Crossover Presents The Best of Manila Sound: Hopia Mani Popcorn The Best of Manila Sound 2: Hopia, Popcorn The Christmas Dance Party The Pearl Collection: Viva Music's 30th Anniversary Collection The Silver Series Andrew E. Janno Sharon Movie Themes of Sharon Sharon Sings Canseco Sharon Sings Valera Vina Freestyle Wency Willy Regine Movie Themes of Regine Duets Ogie Jaya Gary V. Duets Donna Kuh Jun Ivy Pops Ella May Agot Rico J. Zsa Zsa Pilita Nonoy Rivermaya Gerry Paraiso Tony Manigue Viva 20 Years Anniversary Album Witnessing To The Word 4th Impact Afterimage Agot Isidro Andrew E. Antoinette Taus April Boy Regino Blakdyak Blue Ketchup Charlie Green Dingdong Avanzado Donna Cruz Ella Mae Saison Fig Freestyle Gabby Eigenmann Gary Valenciano Imago Inertia Itchyworms Ivy Violan Iya Villania Janno Gibbs Jaya Jennylyn Mercado Jolina Magdangal Kamikazee Lani Misalucha Mayonnaise Nonoy Zuñiga Nora Aunor Nyoy Volante Ogie Alcasid Passage Pat Castillo Patricia Javier Ramon "RJ" Jacinto Pops Fernandez Quamo Randy Santiago Rivermaya Rockstar Rockstar 2 Salbakuta Sharon Cuneta Side A Soapdish The Company Tony Lambino Vanna Vanna Velcro Vina Morales Wency Cornejo Willie Revillame Bituin Walang Ningning Laging Naroon Ka OST Okey si Ma'am OST Paano Kita Iibigin OST Pangarap Na Bituin (in collaboration with Star Re
Sky Cable is a cable television service of Sky Cable Corporation. Its franchise area covers Metro Manila, its suburb or neighboring areas and it is in provincial areas that both digital and few analog services, it has 700,000 subscribers controlling 45% of the cable TV market. Since it started community antenna television system operation in the Philippines on January 26, 1992, SkyCable provides cable Internet, VoIP services and digital cable TV service. On June 6, 1990, SkyCable Corporation was incorporated via 79.3% stake in Sky Vision Corporation, operator of cable brands, SkyCable and Sun Cable. On April 18, 1991, Sky Vision Corporation was incorporated and ventures into cable television, system, television media, shopping network and film distribution, it is owned 18.8 % by 78 % by Lopez Inc.. On March 30, 1995, Central CATV Inc. was granted a 28-year provisional franchise to establish, construct and operated community antenna television system in the Philippines through Republic Act 7969.
In 1997, Sky Vision Corporation acquired 47% of Pilipino Cable Corp. operator of Sun Cable for P900 million. In 1997, SkyCable launches its first cable TV branded credit card in the Philippines, the SkyCard MasterCard with SolidBank and the SkyCard-Citibank MasterCard with Citibank N. A. In 2001, Benpress Holdings Inc. and Philippine Long Distance Telephone Company signed a master consolidation agreement for SkyCable Corporation to consolidate its interest. In July 2001, Unilink Communications Corp. operator of Home Cable, Philippines second largest cable TV company, merged its CATV operation to SkyCable and created Beyond Cable Inc. with an enterprise value of P14.5 billion. Beyond Cable Inc. controls 66.5% through Benpress Holdings Corp. and 33.5% through MediaQuest Holdings, Inc. On December 7, 2001, Beyond Cable Holdings Inc. was incorporated. In April 2008 ABS-CBN Broadcasting Corporation, which owns about two-thirds of the equity of SkyCable, started consolidating the cable company’s fiscal result into its financial report including SkyCable’s general and administrative expenses or the GAEX.
In May 2011, Singaporean firm Sampaquita Communications Pte. Ltd. acquired 40 percent of SkyCable through Philippine Depositary Receipts worth P3.612 billion and P250 million of convertible notes to fund the expansion of SkyCable’s broadband Internet and cable TV services. On May 11, 2012, SkyCable bought Destiny Cable Inc. Uni-Cable TV Inc. and Solid Broadband Corp.'s cable TV and broadband internet assets and subscribers with consolidating value of P3.497 billion. In order to be competitive in the cable TV industry, SkyCable adopts an alternative pricing model for its subscribers, it allows its subscribers to select their own packages or channels, comparable to a pay per channel service most used in the United States. SkyCable introduces the package-pricing model used by other cable television providers in which channels are classified into packages; the SkyCable postpaid bundles are categorized into 10 clusters named as Select, Bronze 299, Bronze 399, Bronze 499, Silver HD, Gold HD, Postpaid HD and a separate payment scheme for its Premium/Pay-Per-View.
Select: It is a customizable plan that allows its subscribers to choose channels on top of their preset package. Select plan is available on existing subscription either from Bronze 299, 399 and 499, Silver HD, Gold HD or Postpaid HD plans and requires a digital set-top boxes. Bronze 299: SkyCable Bronze 299 package consists of 20 basic channels, but as of October 1, 2015, it no longer offered for new subscribers for Greater Manila Area, Laguna, San Jose del Monte and Bacolod and status of current subscribers remained unchanged for said mentioned areas. However, it continues offered for new subscribers in the rest of remaining provincial areas. Plus: SkyCable Plus package consists of 50 channels. No longer offered to new subscribers. Bronze 399: SkyCable Bronze 399 consists of more or less than 30 channels. Available only in most of regional areas with digital service; as of November 2014, the plan were expanded its service in Metro Manila and areas nearby. But as of October 1, 2015, it no longer offered for new subscribers.
However, status of current subscribers remained unchanged. Bronze 499: SkyCable Bronze 499 package consists of more than 50 channels, but as of October 1, 2015, it no longer offered for new subscribers. However, status of current subscribers remained unchanged. Max: SkyCable Max package consists of 50 channels. No longer offered to new subscribers. Silver HD: SkyCable Silver HD package consists of more than 70 SD channels and 10 HD channels. Gold HD: SkyCable Gold HD package consists of more than 80 SD channels and 13 HD channels. Other packs: SkyCable consisted of five packages, namely, HBO Pak, Family Pack, FOX Pack, MBC Pack and the SBS Pack; the HBO Pak includes three additional HBO channels: HBO Signature and HBO Family. The Family Pack is a combination of programs on current events, exploration and flicks; the FOX Pack contains nine additional FOX HD channels. In addition to its HBO, Family and FOX Packs, the MBC and SBS Pack offered MBC, a South Korean television and radio networks famous for its dramas and comedies.
DYUR branded as Halo Halo 105.1, is a FM radio station with an OPM format. The station's studio and transmitter are located at the 2nd floor of AMP Building, Veterans Drive, Lower Nivel Hills, Cebu City. Halo Halo 105.1 operates from 4:00 AM to 1:00 AM. Before its current brand, it was known as UR105 Ultimate Radio and in 2010 as a Christian Contemporary music station Mango Radio; as Oomph Radio 105.1 in October 2014, Viva Live started their operations in Cebu City which marked the first venture of Del Rosario's Viva Group in Philippine radio, after acquiring the franchises of Ultimate Entertainment Inc. In June 2016, Viva Live dropped the Oomph Radio brand and rebranded it again as UR 105, adding 70s, 80s and 90s to its playlist, despite retaining its format. However, in July 2016, Viva Live brought back the Oomph Radio brand and its Top 40/OPM format it added into Anime and J-Pop music and K-Pop music format. In February 2017, the Oomph Radio brand was dropped again and rebranded again as "105.1 FM" due to management decision and signifying another rebranding of the station.
In May 2017, all Viva Live stations were relaunched as Halo Halo, the first and only FM station in each city which plays only Original Pilipino Music. Following the launch, DYUR became a de facto local counterpart of Pinas FM 95.5 in Metro Manila and Tag 91.1 in Dubai, UAE. Viva Entertainment