Hero (TV channel)

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Hero (also known as Hero TV) was a 24-hour Philippine pay television channel created by ABS-CBN's narrowcast arm Creative Programs Inc. from 2005 to 2018.wikipedia
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Crush Gear Turbo

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Others seen in the channel were previously shown in English on Cartoon Network's Philippine feed (i.e. Crush Gear Turbo) or, in the case of Zettai Muteki Raijin-Oh, on government-controlled RPN 9 (later known as CNN Philippines).
In the Philippines, Crush Gear Turbo was translated in Filipino and premiered on ABS-CBN in 2003, with rebroadcasts on Studio 23 and Hero TV.

Creative Programs

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Hero (also known as Hero TV) was a 24-hour Philippine pay television channel created by ABS-CBN's narrowcast arm Creative Programs Inc. from 2005 to 2018. Much of the content in the channel is attributed to the fact that Creative Programs' parent company ABS-CBN (through its main network) has produced numerous dubs of anime series many years before the launch of Hero, as well as maintained an Animax airing block for quite sometime.

ABS-CBN Digital Media

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In February 2018, Hero was relaunched as a digital web portal operated by ABS-CBN Digital Media, providing limited news content on anime, pop culture and gaming.

Liga (TV channel)

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(Few seconds later, cable providers still receiving Hero TV would see the modified EBU test card reading "ABS-CBN TOC SD" before shutdown until the provider can replace it or automatically scan with another channel, while Sky Cable have replaced Hero TV with Liga, a sports channel that complements the programming of S+A with international and local sports events.)
It is the sister channel of ABS-CBN Sports and Action (S+A) and was launched on 1 January 2018 as the permanent replacement of three CPI-owned channels, ABS-CBN Regional Channel, Tag TV and Hero TV (through its channel's space).

Yey!

Yey! Channel
Meanwhile, its sister station Yey! (an ABS-CBN TVplus exclusive channel) has limited airing of previous anime titles aired on Hero TV, while carrying the last remaining new anime titles on Yey!
It is the second animation channel of ABS-CBN after the defunct channel Hero TV, previously owned by ABS-CBN's narrowcast arm Creative Programs.

Jeepney TV

On March 2018, Jeepney TV featured the Hero Zone (a former anime block of ABS-CBN's main channel in 2006) as a two-hour weekend morning anime block, beginning with Yu-Gi-Oh! Arc-V and KonoSuba.
In March 2018, Jeepney TV featured the Hero Zone (a former anime block of ABS-CBN's main channel in 2006) as a two-hour weekend morning anime block, beginning with Yu-Gi-Oh! Arc-V and KonoSuba.

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Furthermore, Hero TV featured re-dubs (i.e. producing its own dubbed version of a previous anime series which was already dubbed in Tagalog.) Examples of these are Mon Colle Knights, Metal Fighter Miku, Zenki, The Slayers, and Voltes V.
In 2005, the cable channel Hero, owned by the ABS-CBN Corporation, released the series as Voltes V Evolution with a new voice cast.

Space Sheriff Shaider

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They are Mission Odyssey and Shadow of the Elves, both produced by the Berliner Film Companie, and the tokusatsu or live-action shows The Gransazers, Masked Rider Ryuki, and Shaider.
Space Sheriff Shaider was released in the Philippines as Shaider in the late-1980s, where it became the first tokusatsu show to be dubbed in Filipino on ABS-CBN (1988-1991), IBC (1992-1994), GMA Network (2003-2005), Hero TV (2006-2009), TeleAsia (2014).

Television in the Philippines

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Hero (also known as Hero TV) was a 24-hour Philippine pay television channel created by ABS-CBN's narrowcast arm Creative Programs Inc. from 2005 to 2018.

Pay television

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Hero (also known as Hero TV) was a 24-hour Philippine pay television channel created by ABS-CBN's narrowcast arm Creative Programs Inc. from 2005 to 2018.

ABS-CBN

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Hero (also known as Hero TV) was a 24-hour Philippine pay television channel created by ABS-CBN's narrowcast arm Creative Programs Inc. from 2005 to 2018.

Filipino language

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The programming was composed primarily of Filipino-dubbed Japanese anime series.

Japan

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The programming was composed primarily of Filipino-dubbed Japanese anime series.

Anime

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The programming was composed primarily of Filipino-dubbed Japanese anime series.

ABS-CBN (TV network)

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On March 2018, Jeepney TV featured the Hero Zone (a former anime block of ABS-CBN's main channel in 2006) as a two-hour weekend morning anime block, beginning with Yu-Gi-Oh! Arc-V and KonoSuba. Much of the content in the channel is attributed to the fact that Creative Programs' parent company ABS-CBN (through its main network) has produced numerous dubs of anime series many years before the launch of Hero, as well as maintained an Animax airing block for quite sometime.

Animax Asia

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Much of the content in the channel is attributed to the fact that Creative Programs' parent company ABS-CBN (through its main network) has produced numerous dubs of anime series many years before the launch of Hero, as well as maintained an Animax airing block for quite sometime.

Mirmo!

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Aside from those, the channel also airs anime that have not yet seen in any terrestrial or cable channel shown in the Philippines prior to its first showing in the channel, such as Mirmo de Pon!.

GMA Network

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The channel also once featured anime series dubbed by Telesuccess, Inc., the supplier for most of the anime series aired on GMA Network, before transferring them all to TeleAsia.

TeleAsia

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The channel also once featured anime series dubbed by Telesuccess, Inc., the supplier for most of the anime series aired on GMA Network, before transferring them all to TeleAsia.

Love Hina

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Some of these are Love Hina, Rune Soldier, and Shaman King.

Rune Soldier

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Some of these are Love Hina, Rune Soldier, and Shaman King.

Shaman King

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Some of these are Love Hina, Rune Soldier, and Shaman King.

Cartoon Network (Philippines)

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Others seen in the channel were previously shown in English on Cartoon Network's Philippine feed (i.e. Crush Gear Turbo) or, in the case of Zettai Muteki Raijin-Oh, on government-controlled RPN 9 (later known as CNN Philippines).