Channel V Philippines

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Channel [V] Philippines is a 24-hour music-entertainment television network owned by STAR TV and Fox Networks Group Philippines in partnership with TV Xtreme Broadcasting Company (formerly Makisig Network) and Northern Star Productions as network provider.wikipedia
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GMA Network

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Before GMA Network officially launched Citynet Television in August 1995, GMA Network signed a contract with Star TV Network to broadcast selected taped [[Channel V#Channel .5BV.5D International|Channel [V] International]] TV shows from 1995 until its closure in March 1999. The station was resurrected again and became the new flagship channel of GMA News TV which was re-established on June 4, 2019 after GMA Network's partnership with ZOE Broadcasting Network was terminated in May 2019.
Later, Citynet 27 became EMC, the first locally programmed music video channel, later becoming a part of the Channel [V] franchise called [[Channel V Philippines|Channel [V] Philippines]].

Francis Magalona

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This programming made Trey Farley, Joey Mead, Amanda Griffin, Michael Zerrudo and the late Francis Magalona former VJ-TV hosts of part-Filipino descent, familiar to Citynet viewers.
He was also a television host on MTV Asia and Channel V Philippines and on noontime variety television show Eat Bulaga! Magalona died seven months after being diagnosed with acute myelogenous leukemia.

DWDB-TV

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Before GMA Network officially launched Citynet Television in August 1995, GMA Network signed a contract with Star TV Network to broadcast selected taped [[Channel V#Channel .5BV.5D International|Channel [V] International]] TV shows from 1995 until its closure in March 1999.
A few months later, GMA reached a deal with Asian broadcaster STAR TV to allow DWDB to be a carrier of Channel V Philippines, which took effect December 19, 1999.

MTV (Philippines)

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In the middle of 2001, Channel V Philippines shut down due to the intense competition from MTV Philippines provided by Nation Broadcasting Corporation, a PLDT sister company, when PLDT bought a controlling stake of GMA Network.
It was said that the presence of this channel eventually caused the demise of Channel V Philippines simply due to intense competition.

Ronald Singson

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On March 26, 2011, Channel [V] Philippines went temporarily off-the-air after its CEO, then Ilocos Sur representative Ronald Singson, was jailed in Hong Kong for possession of illegal drugs.
Singson relaunched music channel Channel V Philippines on December 2009.

Cliff Ho

In 2009 Cliff started hosting for Channel V Philippines & soon after Channel V International.

Megan Young

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In 2009, she was one of four personalities introduced as video jockeys for the relaunching of [[Channel V Philippines|Channel [V] Philippines]].

GMA News TV

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The station was resurrected again and became the new flagship channel of GMA News TV which was re-established on June 4, 2019 after GMA Network's partnership with ZOE Broadcasting Network was terminated in May 2019.

Maike Evers

In 2009, she returned as a VJ, on Channel V Philippines.

GMA Network (company)

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On December 15, 1999, STAR TV Network leased the airtime of Citynet Television to launch [[Channel V Philippines|Channel [V] Philippines]] through EMC (Entertainment Music Channel).

Fox Networks Group Asia Pacific

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Channel [V] Philippines is a 24-hour music-entertainment television network owned by STAR TV and Fox Networks Group Philippines in partnership with TV Xtreme Broadcasting Company (formerly Makisig Network) and Northern Star Productions as network provider. Channel [V] was first launched in 1994 in the Philippines, as MTV Asia made the decision to split from STAR TV and form its own satellite TV channel in Asia.

MTV (Southeast Asia)

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Channel [V] was first launched in 1994 in the Philippines, as MTV Asia made the decision to split from STAR TV and form its own satellite TV channel in Asia.

ABS-CBN

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The channel left UHF 23 in July 1996, when EEC (the owner of the license) turned over to AMCARA Broadcasting Network, an ABS-CBN affiliate, creating Studio 23 (now known as ABS-CBN Sports+Action).

Studio 23

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The channel left UHF 23 in July 1996, when EEC (the owner of the license) turned over to AMCARA Broadcasting Network, an ABS-CBN affiliate, creating Studio 23 (now known as ABS-CBN Sports+Action).

ABS-CBN Sports and Action

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The channel left UHF 23 in July 1996, when EEC (the owner of the license) turned over to AMCARA Broadcasting Network, an ABS-CBN affiliate, creating Studio 23 (now known as ABS-CBN Sports+Action).

Channel V

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Before GMA Network officially launched Citynet Television in August 1995, GMA Network signed a contract with Star TV Network to broadcast selected taped [[Channel V#Channel .5BV.5D International|Channel [V] International]] TV shows from 1995 until its closure in March 1999.

Trey Farley

This programming made Trey Farley, Joey Mead, Amanda Griffin, Michael Zerrudo and the late Francis Magalona former VJ-TV hosts of part-Filipino descent, familiar to Citynet viewers.

Joey Mead King

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This programming made Trey Farley, Joey Mead, Amanda Griffin, Michael Zerrudo and the late Francis Magalona former VJ-TV hosts of part-Filipino descent, familiar to Citynet viewers.

Amanda Griffin

This programming made Trey Farley, Joey Mead, Amanda Griffin, Michael Zerrudo and the late Francis Magalona former VJ-TV hosts of part-Filipino descent, familiar to Citynet viewers.

VJ (media personality)

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This programming made Trey Farley, Joey Mead, Amanda Griffin, Michael Zerrudo and the late Francis Magalona former VJ-TV hosts of part-Filipino descent, familiar to Citynet viewers.

Filipino mestizo

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This programming made Trey Farley, Joey Mead, Amanda Griffin, Michael Zerrudo and the late Francis Magalona former VJ-TV hosts of part-Filipino descent, familiar to Citynet viewers.

Nation Broadcasting Corporation

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In the middle of 2001, Channel V Philippines shut down due to the intense competition from MTV Philippines provided by Nation Broadcasting Corporation, a PLDT sister company, when PLDT bought a controlling stake of GMA Network.