ABS-CBN Cable Channels

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ABS-CBN Cable Channels
Subsidiary
Industry Cable television
Founded 1995
Headquarters ABS-CBN Broadcasting Center, Diliman, Quezon City, Philippines
Area served
Philippines
Key people
Teresita Villareal
(Officer in Charge, ABS-CBN Creative Programs Inc.)
Products Television channels
Pay-per-view
Services Cable channel distribution
Revenue Php.1.8 billion (FY 2014)[1]
Parent ABS-CBN Corporation

Creative Programs Inc. (doing business as ABS-CBN Cable Channels) is a subsidiary of ABS-CBN Corporation that operates and distributes cable channels and provides pay-per-view services to select direct-to-home cable and satellite television providers in the Philippines.[2][3]

Cable channels[edit]

  • ABS-CBN Sports + Action HD - a high-definition premium sports channel targeted to upscale men.
  • Cinema One - a channel that shows Filipino films both mainstream and independent.
  • Hero - a channel that shows Tagalog-dubbed animes.
  • Jeepney TV - a channel that shows classic TV programs of ABS-CBN.
  • Lifestyle - a channel targeted to upscale women.
  • Myx - a music channel targeted to Filipinos.

Cable distribution[edit]

The logo used from 2000 to 2015.

Pay per view[edit]

Live streaming[edit]

Defunct channels[edit]

  • Balls (2008-2015) - a premium sports channel targeted to upscale men.
  • Balls HD (2009; 2013-2015) - a high-definition feed of Balls.
  • CgeTV (2010-2012) - an interactive user-generated channel.
  • Maxxx (2008-2010) - a channel targeted to upscale men.
  • Velvet (2008-2014) - a channel targeted to upscale women.

References[edit]

  1. ^ P. Valdueza, Rolando (April 24, 2015). 2014 Annual Report (17-A) (Report). Philippine Stock Exchange. Retrieved April 27, 2015. 
  2. ^ "Cable and Print". ABS-CBN Investor Relation. Retrieved 16 April 2012. 
  3. ^ "Tiger Gate Launches KIX and Thrill in the Philippines with CPI" (Press release). Tiger Gate Entertainment. 13 April 2011. Retrieved 16 April 2012.