myx

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myx
Myxphlogo.svg
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) ABS-CBN News Channel, Cinema One, Hero, Lifestyle Network, Balls, DZMM TeleRadyo, Knowledge Channel
Website myxph.com/ Official
Availability
Terrestrial
Digital (Myx 2) Channel 43
(Digital test broadcast) [1]
Cable
SkyCable Channel 23 (Digital)
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.

Programming

Daily shows

  • 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
  • Pinoy Rock MYX - features local rock music videos
  • 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)
  • 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

Chart shows

  • MYX Mobile Top Picks - features the top 12 most downloaded songs of the week, as tabulated from the wide digital ring tone library of MYX Mobile!
  • 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

  • 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
  • Urban MYX - features RNB, hiphop, rap, jazz, and soul music videos
  • 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 delves into music and pop culture in this mini-documentary
  • MYX Olympics

MYX Specials

  • 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.

GiMYX

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

Previously aired on MYX

  • 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 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)
  • 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

Further information: Myx Music Awards

MYX VJ Search

Further information: Myx VJ Search

MYX VJs

Current VJs

  • Nikki Gil (2005–present)
  • Chino Lui Pio (2008–present)
  • Sam Concepcion (2013–present)
  • Karla Aguas (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

Former VJs and hosts

  • Sally Acupan (2003)
  • Mike Advincula (2011–2012)
  • 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)
  • Heart Evangelista (2002–2007)
  • 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)
  • 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 (2004–2014)
  • Monica Yncierto (2008–2009)

Myx TV

Main article: Myx TV

Myx 2

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

Myx publications

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

MYX Mo!

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

MYX Mo! event venues

  • 2002: Smart Araneta Coliseum
  • 2003: Luneta Kite Area
  • 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
  • 2012: Markina Sports Park
  • 2013: SM MOA Concert Grounds, Pasay City

References

  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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