MTV (Southeast Asia)

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MTV Asia
MTV Logo 2010.svg
Launched15 September 1991 (as part of the STAR TV Network)
3 May 1995 (relaunch)
Owned byViacom
Picture format16:9
CountrySingapore
Broadcast areaSoutheast Asia
HeadquartersSingapore
Formerly calledMTV Asia
ReplacedMTV Asia
Sister channel(s)
Nickelodeon
Comedy Central
Nick Jr.
MTV Live HD
Websitemtvasia.com
Availability
Terrestrial
Nexmedia (Indonesia)Channel 309
Satellite
BiG TVChannel 257
AstroChannel 713
Sky PacificChannel 4
CANAL+
(Myanmar)
Channel 74
Kristal-AstroChannel 713
Skynindo
(Indonesia)
Channel 41 (HD 800/77/99)
Channel 23 (C01/C02)
CignalChannel 151
Sky Net
(Myanmar)
Channel 27
StarHub TVChannel 533
First MediaChannel 220 (SD)
Channel 356 (HD)
Macau CATVChannel 446
SkyCableChannel 71
CablelinkChannel 2
Destiny CableChannel 71 (Digital)
Parasat Cable TVChannel 26
Fil Products OzamizChannel 78
IPTV
IndosatM2Channel 152
M2V Mobile TVChannel 0003
Singtel TVChannel 350 (HD)
HyppTV
(Malaysia)
Channel 531 (HD)

MTV is a Southeast Asian pay-television channel that was originally launched on 1 January 1992 as a music channel exclusively on Star TV, and then on 25 April 1995 as a free-to-air network. It is owned by Viacom International Media Networks.

History[edit]

MTV Asia was launched on 1 January 1992, a joint venture between Star TV and Viacom, but later STAR TV's contract with MTV expired on 1 May 1994. This led to the birth of Channel [V] International.

MTV Mandarin launched as a 24-hour Chinese language channel in Taiwan serving Mandarin-speaking China, Hong Kong, Taiwan and Singapore on 25 April 1995.

MTV Southeast Asia launched on 3 May 1995 as an English-language channel seen throughout Asia in territories including Brunei, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Macau, Malaysia, Papua New Guinea, Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam and the Philippines.

MTV partners with domestic media companies to produce local-language content for its channels in Thailand, Vietnam, Indonesia and the Philippines.[1]

Logos[edit]

VJs[edit]

See also[edit]

Via[edit]

MTV Indonesia (Until 2015)[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Haskins, Will (27 June 2014). "Options Open and Close For Viacom". Media Business Asia. Retrieved 4 July 2014.