GMM Grammy

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GMM Grammy
Industry Mass media
Founded 1983
Headquarters Bangkok
Key people
Paiboon Damrongchaitham, President Chairman,
Kittisak Changaroon, Vice Chairman CEO,
Boosaba Daorueng, Vice Chairman,
Krij Thomas, CEO (Music Business), Acting CEO (Satellite Television)
Saithip Montrikul Na Audhaya, CEO (Media),
Takonkiet Viravan, CEO (Digital TV)
Products Music, films, television, radio, magazine, Digital, Satellite television, Event Management
Revenue 143,598 million baht[1]
Number of employees
Subsidiaries GMM Tai Hub (film studio)

GMM Grammy Public Company Limited (Thai: จีเอ็มเอ็ม แกรมมี่, or G"MM' Grammy) is the largest media conglomerate entertainment company in Thailand. It claims a 70% share of the Thai entertainment industry. Artists on Grammy include Bird McIntyre and Loso. In addition to its music business, the company is involved in concert production, artist management, film and television production and publishing.

Gmm Grammy place,Bangkok Thailand


The company has fourteen music subsidies groups. The groups are:

Manufacturing and distribution comes under MGA Co. Ltd., while the Imagine record store chain is a company-owned retailer.Music publishing is handled by GMM Music Publishing International Co., Ltd., while GMM Grammy licensed karaoke music and equipment is handled by Clean Karaoke.

List of GMM Grammy artists[edit]

Current and past artists in the GMM Grammy label include (incomplete list):


GMM Tai Hub[edit]

Main article: GMM Tai Hub

GMM Tai Hub Co., Ltd., or GTH, is the GMM Grammy's film studio. It was formed in 2003 by the merger of GMM Pictures with producer Visute Poolvoralaks' Tai Entertainment and Jira Maligool's Hub Ho Hin film company, following the box-office success of the childhood romantic comedy, Fan Chan, which the three companies had a hand in producing.


GMM Grammy has several television production marques, including Exact Co., Ltd., which produces lakorns, game shows and variety shows.


atime Media, a subsidiary of GMM Grammy, operates the following stations:

  • Chill 89 FM
  • EFM 94
  • Green Wave 106.5 FM
  • Hot 915 (disbanded in 2013)



Magazines produced by GMM Grammy include:

  • Image - Fashion, beauty, society news.
  • Madame Figaro Magazine - Fashion and beauty "targeting sophisticated and highly educated women who do not need 'how to.'"
  • Her World - The Thai edition of the popular Singaporean women's magazine.
  • Maxim - The Thai edition of the popular lad mag.
  • Attitude - The Thai edition of the British gay lifestyle magazine.
  • In Magazine - Fashion and Entertainment


GMM Grammy has partial stakes in the Bangkok Post and the Matichon Group, which publishes several Thai-language dailies, including Matichon and Khao Sod.


  • Se-Education Plc. - A chain of university bookstores.

See also[edit]


  1. ^ GMM Grammy Corporate Info - Message from Chairman and CEO
  2. ^ Wright Investors' Service Company profilesnapshot

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