Aniplus Asia

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ANIPLUS Asia
Aniplus Asia Logo.png
Logo of Aniplus Asia
Launched 25 November 2013
Owned by Plus Media Networks Pte. Ltd.
Picture format 480i (SDTV) 16:9
1080i (HDTV) 16:9 aspect ratio
Country Singapore
Broadcast area Indonesia
Malaysia
Philippines
Singapore
Thailand
Timor-Leste
Headquarters Singapore
Sister channel(s) K-PLUS
Website www.aniplus-asia.com
Availability
Terrestrial
Digital (Mega Manila, Philippines) Channel 30 (569.143MHz; LCN 30.15)
(Digital test broadcast)
EasyTV Home (Philippines) Channel 10
Satellite
Transvision (Indonesia) Channel 361 (SD)
Cignal (Philippines) Coming Soon
Cable
StarHub TV (Singapore) Channel 530 (HD on Demand)
Sky Cable / Destiny Cable (Philippines) Channel 139 (SD)
IPTV
Singtel TV (Singapore) Channel 340 (HD)
Unifi TV (Malaysia) Channel 475 (HD) Coming soon
Streaming media
Astro GO (Malaysia) Watch live (HD)
Tribe Indonesia (Indonesia) Watch live (HD)

ANIPLUS Asia is a 24-hour general entertainment channel focused on broadcasting anime within the southeast Asia region. The channel was launched on 25 November 2013 and is currently available in Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand and the Philippines. It also offers select titles to OTT platforms iflix,[1] HOOQ,[2] LeEco and Tribe. ANIPLUS Asia is based in Singapore, while its parent company ANIPLUS TV is headquartered in South Korea.

The channel airs the latest anime series from Japan. Notable series include Attack on Titan, Psycho-Pass and Kantai Collection.

History[edit]

Mar 2014 - Launches on Singapore's pay-TV platform Singtel TV.[3]

Jul 2014 - Launches on Singapore's pay-TV platform StarHub TV.[4]

Jun 2015 - Releases Psycho-Pass: The Movie in Singapore.[5]

Aug 2015 - Partners with OTT platform iflix, with 21 VOD titles on their service.[1]

Jun 2016 - Expands distribution in Thailand, with an ANIPLUS branded block on free-to-air channel Now26.[6]

Sep 2016 - Becomes available in Hong Kong on LeEco, with SVOD titles like Kiznaiver, ENDRIDE, Bungo Stray Dogs and Big Order.

Nov and Dec 2016 - Launches on Astro's regional OTT platform Tribe in Indonesia (Nov) and Philippines (Dec).[7]

Jan 2017 - Partners with Philippine free-to-air television channel TV5 to revive their ANiMEGA anime programming block. The block premiered with Attack on Titan: Junior High, Myriad Colors Phantom World and Kantai Collection.[8]

Feb 2017 - Launches on Malaysia's platform Astro on the Go.[9]

Apr 2017 - Releases KanColle the Movie in Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia and the Philippines.

May 2017 - Launches on Philippines' platform Sky Cable.[10]

Jun 2017 - Releases KanColle: The Movie in Thailand.[11]

Jul 2017 - Launches VOD and eStore services on their website for Singapore territory.[12]

Sep 2018 - Aniplus Asia & K-plus Asia now on Unifi TV Channel 475 (HD) & Channel 210 (HD). Launches Aniplus VOD & K-plus VOD on Hypp Play Channel 830.

Programming[edit]

Simulcasts[edit]

Latest Series (Summer 2018)[edit]

Latest Series (Spring 2018)[edit]

Latest Series (Winter 2018)[edit]

Latest Series (Fall 2017)[edit]

Latest Series (Summer 2017)[edit]

Latest Series (Spring 2017)[edit]

Latest Series (Winter 2017)[edit]

Latest Series (Fall 2016)[edit]

Latest Series (Summer 2016)[edit]

Latest Series (Spring 2016)[edit]

Latest Series (Winter 2016)[edit]

Latest Series (Fall 2015)[edit]

Latest Series (Summer 2015)[edit]

Latest Series (Spring 2015)[edit]

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Latest Series (Fall 2014)[edit]

Latest Series (Summer 2014)[edit]

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