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Launched January 1, 2001
Owned by ABS–CBN Corporation
Slogan Your choice. Your music.
Country Philippines
Broadcast area Nationwide
Headquarters Quezon City, Philippines
Sister channel(s) ANC, Cinema One, Hero, Jeepney TV, Lifestyle Network, Balls, DZMM TeleRadyo, Knowledge Channel
Website Official
Digital (Myx 2) Channel 43
(Digital test broadcast) [1]
SkyCable/Destiny Cable Channel 23 (Digital)
Cablelink Channel 223 (Digital)
Parasat Cable TV Channel 57
But also available in key cities across the Philippines

MYX /ˈmɪks/, stylized as myx, is a Filipino cable television network based in Quezon City, Philippines. It is targeted to youth audiences with music videos as its primary content, a strategy reminiscent of the early days of MTV. It was introduced via Studio 23 (now ABS-CBN Sports+Action) in 2000, ABS-CBN's UHF broadcast television network which offered some of its programs during early morning, afternoon and late evening blocks. In 2002, MYX was launched as a stand-alone 24-hour music channel on cable.

The network is also known for showing the lyrics on the music videos which was adapted from karaoke, a popular hobby in Asia.[2] An American counterpart was later created to cater the Asian-American youth community in United States.


Daily shows[edit]

  • MYX Backtrax - features music hits from the early 50's to the early 2000s
  • MYX Versions - features music videos that were remaked by the past and present artists
  • Rock MYX - features international rock music videos
  • My MYX - features requests granted by your favorite MYX VJ's
  • Take 5 - features 5 music videos from 1 of your favorite artists
  • Star MYX - features the top 5 favorite music videos from your favorite artists
  • MYX Sure-Fire Hits - features music videos with no distractions
  • Pinoy MYX - features latest OPM music videos
  • Pop MYX - features latest international pop music videos
  • Mellow MYX - features mellow music videos and love problems being solved by the VJ(love songs)
  • Urban MYX - features RNB, hiphop, rap, jazz, and soul music videos

Chart shows[edit]

  • Pinoy MYX Countdown - features top 20 OPM music videos weekly
  • MYX International Top 20 - features top 20 international music videos weekly
  • MYX Hit Chart - features top 20 music videos in a weekly basis (international and OPM)
  • MYX Daily Top 10 - features top 10 music videos during Mondays through Fridays (international and OPM)

Weekly shows[edit]

  • Pop MYX: K-Pop Edition - features the hottest and freshest K-Pop music videos
  • MYX News - features the weekly news on what is happening in the entertainment scene in both local and international
  • MYX Live! - features a live performance format show featuring a wide range of artists. Hosted by Jett Pangan of The Dawn
  • MYX Tugtugan - features a show on how to play your favorite music with the help of your favorite musicians.
  • Wer U At? - features a show that talks about the best hangout places, bars, shops, salons - All places that teenagers frequent. The show is basically a tour on hot spots.
  • MYX Presents - features concerts, documentaries and locally produced specials.
  • MYXellaneous - features behind-the-scenes shows on how your favorite artists produces music videos.
  • Club MYX - features club /dance music videos
  • MYX 3 on 3 - features a star-studded basketball line-up so check if your favorite musician belongs to one of the teams
  • MYX Back2Back - features 3 artists, and for 1 artists, it features 2 music videos.
  • MYXed Lives - features what your favorite VJs are doing when the cameras are not rolling.
  • MYXposed - MYX delivers into music and pop culture in this mini-documentary
  • Radio MYX - features 5 music videos that are recently played at the station of your favorite DJ's, plus you can see them on TV
  • MYX Olympics - Catch your favorite OPM artists get all competitive and battle it out in this super fun and exciting music trivia gameshow MYX Olympics!
  • MYX Movie Date - Sit back, relax and grab some popcorn because we're giving you the latest scoop on the movie scene!

MYX Specials[edit]

  • MYX Celebrity VJ - local artist /celebrity each month. You can catch them on your favorite MYX shows.
  • MYX Premiere - upcoming music videos for the local and international acts.
  • MYX Speaks - local /foreign artist interview on music career and music.


  • Myx Music Awards
  • Summer MYX Fest
  • MYX VJ Search
  • MYX Slam Jam
  • MNet Asian Music Awards (MAMA)
  • MYX Mo!
  • MYX Grand Fan Meet

Previously aired on MYX[edit]

  • Asia MYX
  • Beat U.K.
  • Coca-Cola Music Studio Volume-Up
  • Cyber MYX
  • Dance MYX (renamed Club MYX)
  • Dyan Banda
  • Late Night MYX
  • Later... with Jools Holland
  • Morning MYX (renamed Myxilog)
  • MYX Bandarito
  • MYX Firsts (renamed MYX Sure-Fire Hits)
  • MYX Forum
  • MYX Halo-Halo
  • MYX Mobile Top Picks
  • MYX Remakes (renamed MYX Versions)
  • MYX Sampler
  • MYX Setlist
  • MYX Suburbia (renamed Urban MYX)
  • MYXilog
  • MYXtreme
  • OPM MYX (renamed Pinoy Myx)
  • OPM Rock MYX (renamed Pinoy Rock MYX)
  • OPM MYX Countdown (renamed Pinoy MYX Countdown)
  • Pinoy Rock MYX
  • Planet Rock Profiles
  • Pop My MYX
  • Red Hot Myx
  • Rhum on the Rock
  • Tanduay's First Five
  • Top of the Pops
  • World MYX

MYX Music Awards[edit]

Further information: Myx Music Awards

MYX VJ Search[edit]

Further information: Myx VJ Search

MYX VJs[edit]

Current VJs[edit]

  • Nikki Gil (2005–present)
  • Chino Lui Pio (2008–present)
  • Sam Concepcion (2013–present)
  • AI Dela Cruz (2013–present)
  • Robi Domingo (2008–2010, 2014-present)
  • Luigi D'Avola (2014-present)
  • Vieo Lopez (2014-present)
  • Gianna Llanes (2014-present)

Current hosts[edit]

Former VJs and hosts[edit]

  • Sally Acupan (2003)
  • Mike Advincula (2011–2012)
  • Karla Aguas (2013–2014)
  • K.A. Antonio (2012-2013)
  • Clara Balaguer
  • Rico Blanco (2002–2003)
  • Tutti Caringal
  • Kaz Castillo
  • Lourd de Veyra (2000-2002)
  • John Eastwood
  • Geoff Eigenmann (2004–2007) (moved to GMA Network)
  • Heart Evangelista-Escudero (2002–2007) (moved to GMA Network)
  • Ed Feist
  • Andrei Felix (2007–2009)
  • Mica Froilan (2007–2008)
  • Nel Gomez (2009–2010)
  • Igi Guerrero (2007–2008)
  • Paul Hammond
  • Angel Jones
  • Franco Mabanta (2002)
  • Luis Manzano (2003-2013)
  • Michael Mariano (2012–2013)
  • Karel Marquez (2003–2007)
  • Michelle Ng (2012-2013)
  • Robin Nievera (2010–2011)
  • Bernard Palanca (2003–2004)
  • Ala Paredes (2002–2004)
  • Joyce Pring (2011–2012)
  • Janine Ramirez (2009–2011)
  • K-La Rivera (2011–2012)
  • Karla Aguas (2013–2014)
  • Bianca Roque (2008–2013)
  • Jon Salkin
  • Anthony Saludares
  • Mark San Diego
  • Julz Savard (2010–2011)
  • Sanya Smith (2007–2008)
  • Nathan Ursua
  • Michi Valeriano (2002)
  • Ton Vergel de Dios (2010–2011)
  • Iya Villania-Arellano (2004–2014) (returned to GMA Network)
  • Monica Yncierto (2008–2009)

Myx TV[edit]

Main article: Myx TV

Myx 2[edit]

Myx 2 is one of the five digital television channels of ABS-CBN Corporation, created in 2011, and will serve as the digital TV counterpart of Myx. [3][4][5] [6]

MYX compilation CDs[edit]

Myx publications[edit]

  • Myx Magazine - A bi-monthly entertainment music magazine from ABS-CBN Publishing, launched in October 2006.

MYX Mo![edit]

MYX Mo! was a yearly concert event, launched in 2002.

MYX Mo! event venues[edit]

  • 2002: Araneta Coliseum, Quezon City
  • 2003: Luneta Kite Area, Manila
  • 2004: Nicanor Reyes Street (formerly known as Morayta), Manila
  • 2005: CCP Open Grounds, Pasay City
  • 2006: CCP Open Grounds, Pasay City
  • 2007: SM MOA Concert Grounds, Pasay City
  • 2008: SM MOA Concert Grounds, Pasay City
  • 2009: SM MOA Concert Grounds, Pasay City
  • 2010: SM MOA Concert Grounds, Pasay City
  • 2011: Markina Sports Park, Marikina
  • 2012: Markina Sports Park, Marikina
  • 2013: SM MOA Concert Grounds, Pasay City
  • 2014: Smart Araneta Coliseum, Quezon City


  1. ^ Exclusive: The ABS-CBN Digital TV retrieved October 18, 2013
  2. ^ MYX replaces MTV in the Philippines
  3. ^ Rommel Pedrealba (director) (2011). ANC Future Perfect: TV Goes Digital 2/5 (Television production). Philippines: ABS-CBN News and Current Affairs. 
  4. ^ Rommel Pedrealba (director) (2011). ANC Future Perfect: TV Goes Digital 3/5 (Television production). Philippines: ABS-CBN News and Current Affairs. 
  5. ^ "ABS-CBN to launch 5 new premium channels on free-to-air TV". Lopez Group of Companies. 2011-04-04. Retrieved 2011-05-08. 
  6. ^ Exclusive: The ABS-CBN Digital TV retrieved October 18, 2013

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