MTV Thailand

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MTV Thailand
MTV Logo 2010.svg
Launched November 1, 2001
September 1, 2013 (re-launched)
Closed May 16, 2011 (original version)
August 31, 2016 (re version)
Owned by
MCOT, appleTool and Viacom
Picture format 1080i (HDTV)
480i (SDTV)
Country Thailand
Broadcast area Thailand
Headquarters Bangkok, Thailand
Sister channel(s) VH1, Nickelodeon
trueVisions Channel 362 (HD)
GMM-Z Channel 35 (SD)
Sunbox Channel 65 (SD)
PSI Channel 158 (SD)
Dynasat Channel 128 (SD)
Thaicom 5 3520 H 28125 3/4 (SD)

MTV Thailand is a 24-hour music and entertainment channel owned by MTV Networks Asia Pacific, a division of Viacom. This channel broadcasts both Thai and international music programs as well as a youth lifestyle T.V. series. The channel ended its transmission in 2011. In 2013, Viacom International Media Networks (VIMN), intended to bring back MTV Thailand with supports from AppleTool Co and MCOT Plc.[1] On 1 September 2013, MTV Thailand officially returned to TrueVisions, replacing Channel V Thailand, before moving to CTH in January 2016.


VJs of MTV Thailand
  • John Delcastillo (John)
  • Angie Hastings (Gie)
  • Rowena Kennet (Row)
  • Nattapol Liyavanija (Tye)
  • Oz
  • Janesuda Parnto (Jane)
  • Suppakarn Pordpai (Jay)
  • Alexandra Sawaetwong (Alex)
  • Sean
  • Jane Sriprayul (Waaw)
  • Annie Supsermsri (Annie)
  • Poomjai Tangsanga (Poom)
  • Garanick Tongpiam (Nicky)
  • Michele Waagaard (Chele)
  • Woody

MTV Thailand highlights of the month[edit]

  • Arert Altist
  • Artist Focus
  • Artist of the Month
  • Buzzworthy
  • Hot
  • MTV This Is


MTV on FreeTV[edit]

MTV News logo
MTV School Attack Logo

MTV News is presented in Thai language on TITV (free TV). It was first aired on November 2, 2007, Friday night, 00.30-01.00. MTV News is presented by VJ Nicky VJ Poom and VJ Waew.

  • Headrines
  • Local Stories
  • Oversea Reports
  • MTV News is aired every Friday night at 00.30-01.00

Note: MTV News is currently unavailable after TITV has been suspended and replaced by TPBS (Thailand Public Broadcasting Service).

MTV School Attack is performed surprise by Thai pop star at school. It is aired every Thursday at 17.05-17.30 on TV5. It is presented by VJ Poom and VJ Jay.



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