|This article relies on references to primary sources. (October 2012)|
|Launched||February 28, 2007|
|Owned by||ABS-CBN International|
|Picture format||480i (SDTV)|
|Slogan||Now You Know (2011-2013)
Feed Your Music Monster (2007-2011)
|Replaced||Myx North America, Myx Global, Myx USA|
|Sister channel(s)||The Filipino Channel, Cinema One Global, ANC Global, BRO|
|DirecTV||Channel 2067 (nationwide)|
|Time Warner Cable||Channel 541 (New York City, New Jersey)
Channel 76 and 684 (Hawaii)
|Comcast||Channel 673 (Chicago)
Channel 368 (San Francisco Bay Area and Central Valley, California)
Channel 244 (Seattle and Western Washington)
Channel 820 (Spokane)
|Cox Cable||Channel 479 (Orange County)
Channel 464 (Northern Virginia)
Channel 405 (San Diego)
Channel 509 (Norfolk, VA and Virginia Beach)
|Bright House Networks||Channel 811 (Bakersfield)
Channel 180 (Birmingham, AL)
Channel 475 (Orlando and Central Florida)
Channel 182 (Detroit)
Channel 180 (Indianapolis)
Channel 633 (Tampa)
|RCN||Channel 464 (Boston, Chicago, Washington DC., New York, Philadelphia)|
|MTA||Channel 226 (Alaska)|
|KPU CommVision||Channel 175 (Ketchikan, Alaska)|
|MCV||Channel 16 (Guam)|
|Myx TV On Demand||Roku
Samsung Smart TV and Blu-ray
Opera Software on Sony Bravia and Sony Blu-ray
Myx TV or simply Myx (pronounced as /miks/) is an Asian-American cable television network based in the Los Angeles Metropolitan Area. It was launched in 2007 and is currently available in over 12 million households nationwide in major cities, including New York City and Honolulu on Time Warner Cable, and Chicago and Seattle on Comcast. In May 2013, Myx TV launched a video on demand app on Roku, followed by launches on other over-the-top content platforms such as Samsung Smart TV.
ABS-CBN International debuted Myx TV on DirecTV on February 28, 2007 from its corporate headquarters in Redwood City, California. Myx TV is the American counterpart of MYX, a music channel in the Philippines, and is programmed and operated independently. The network changed its logo in April 2011. In December 2013, Myx TV moved its operations to Glendale, California.
Myx TV's programming includes acquired programs from Asia and the United States such as Japanese sports game show Unbeatable Banzuke, K-pop music variety show Music Bank, reality competition Supermodel Me, musical drama The Kitchen Musical, and classic cartoon series Voltron.
Myx TV has produced several events, including the award-winning Myx Mash, which was held on May 22, 2010 at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco featuring performances by Bruno Mars, Brown Eyed Girls, and T-Pain, and Myx TV's K-pop TaKeover, the first K-pop dance convention in the United States featuring top K-pop choreographers Movement Lifestyle and America's Best Dance Crew winners Poreotics.
- Movie So Good- classic kung fu films and hosted by Ernie Reyes, Jr.
- Music Bank- live performance countdown show from South Korea hosted by Park Seo-joon and Yoon Bora
- Cheap Date- dating show hosted by DJ D-Wrek
- Best Night Ever- makeover show starring DJ Wednesday, Brandon Rolph, and Charles Anthony
- Unbeatable Banzuke- sports game show hosted by Rome Kanda
- The Kitchen Musical- musical drama starring Stephen Rahman-Hughes and Karylle Tatlonghari
- Starcamp- reality show about Filipino-Americans trying their luck in Philippine show business hosted by Amber Rowley
- Stacks TV- hip hop music magazine hosted by Toquon and DJ Icy Ice
- Myx TV Top 10- the top 10 music videos as voted by the viewers
- OMO- K-pop music videos
- Soompi Top 10- K-Pop music countdown
- Supermodel Me- competition reality show that features aspiring female Asian models hosted by Lisa S.
- MashBox- an interactive and multi-platform show hosted by Adrian Zaw and Grace Su
- The Timothy DeLaGhetto Show- sketch comedy starring Timothy DeLaGhetto
- Myx Martial Arts: TKO- classic MMA fights
- MYX-Rated- pop culture magazine talk show hosted by Olivia Speranza, Keiko Alingas and Joey Guila
- Voltron: Defender of the Universe- classic animated series
- The Nutshack- Filipino-American animated series
- B-Sides- Alternative Rock/EDM show featuring interviews and performances hosted by Pete Mar and Melanie Eusebio
- Slanted Comedy- stand up comedy
- House of Film- independent films
- Long Story Short- documentary series about Asian Americans
- Vinyl Addiction- magazine show about vinyl toys
- Str8 Laced- magazine show about sneakers
- Myx Stream TV- talk show
- MYX P.I.- Filipino travel and karaoke show hosted by Amber Rowley, Malaya Lewandowski, and Chris Cayzer
- Press Play- music videos and live performances from independent artists
- Music Bang- Asian music videos, particularly from South Korea, Japan, and the Philippines.
- My Myx- requested music videos
- Myxed Up- music videos from different genres, eras, and countries
- Myxology- live performances from independent bands hosted by Ruby Veridiano-Ching
- Loveable- pop music videos hosted by James Lontayao and Olivia Speranza
- Built From Skratch- hip-hop music magazine show
- Distortion 2 Static- magazine show about hip-hop culture
- Myxclusive- music news and information with focus on prominent artists
- MYX on the Move- features events
- The Dig- features on up-and-coming artists
- Myx Mash- live performance show featuring Bruno Mars, Brown Eyed Girls, and T-Pain in San Francisco
- Myx Loaded- live performance show featuring YouTube artists in University of California, Davis
- Myx TV Presents: Introducing Victor King and the YTF Crew- live performance show in Los Angeles
- Soompi Gayo Awards- Top K-pop videos of the year
- Myx TV Top 50- yearend countdown of top videos
Awards & Recognitions
- Outstanding Multicultural Marketing for Myx Mash, 2011 CableFAXIES Awards.
- Special Recognition Award from the City and County of San Francisco, 2013 Asian Heritage Awards.
- Bronze for Making of MYX-Rated: The Documentary, 2012 Telly Awards
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