Sports5

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Not to be confused with Sport 5, an all-sports channel in Israel.
Sports5
Division of: ABC Development Corporation
Key people: Chot Reyes, Department Head
Vitto Lazatin, Manager
Headquarters: Mandaluyong City
Slogan: Sports you watch, sports that matter.
Major Broadcasting Contracts: NCAA, PBA, UFL, FIBA Asia, PXC, Philippines men's national basketball team (Gilas Pilipinas), Olympic Games, Asian Games, featured boxing matches, among others
Parent: ABC Development Corporation
Sister networks: TV5, AksyonTV, AKTV (2011-2013), Hyper
Website: Sports5

TV5 Sports or Sports5 (formerly ABC Sports from 2004 to 2008) is a division of ABC Development Corporation, which airs many of the sports events in the Philippines. The world's second oldest professional basketball league, Philippine Basketball Association, was its flagship program since it acquired the television rights from 2004 to 2008 and from 2011. It is headed by Gilas Pilipinas head coach Chot Reyes, while its founding head Vitto Lazatin (formerly of Solar TV Network) is the manager. Until its closure in 2013, most of its programs are aired on IBC through its programming block AKTV and now on TV5, AksyonTV and Hyper. It is headquartered at TV5 Media Center, Reliance cor. Sheridan sts., Mandaluyong City. Sports5 is the official TV partner of the Olympic Games in the Philippines from 2014 to 2016.

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AKTV's former logo used from September 23, 2011 to May 31, 2013.

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Event Air Date Casts Crew Copyright holder Genre Source
2014 Summer Youth Olympics 16–28 August 2014 TBA Sports5 Switzerland International Olympic Committee International Multi-sporting Event [1]
2016 Summer Olympics 5–21 August 2016 TBA Sports5 Switzerland International Olympic Committee International Multi-sporting Event [2]

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