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This article is about the Filipino channel. For the U.S. channel, see myx TV. For the record imprint, see Frontline Records. For the language coded under ISO 639 as "myx", see Masaba language. For the stock exchange, see Bursa Malaysia.
Launched November 20, 2000; 15 years ago (2000-11-20)
Owned by ABS-CBN Cable Channels
(ABS-CBN Corporation)
Slogan Your Choice. Your Music.
Country Philippines
Broadcast area Nationwide
Headquarters ABS-CBN Broadcasting Center, Diliman, Quezon City, Philippines
Sister channel(s) Cinema One, Hero, Jeepney TV, Lifestyle
Digital (Myx 2) Channel 43
(Digital test broadcast) [1]
SkyCable/Destiny Cable Channel 23 (Digital)
Cablelink Channel 223 (Digital)
Bukidnon Z5 Cable Channel 41

MYX /ˈmɪks/, stylized as myx, is a Filipino cable television network based in Quezon City, Philippines. It is targeted to youth audiences with music videos as its primary content, a strategy reminiscent of the early days of MTV. It was introduced via Studio 23 (now ABS-CBN Sports + Action) in 2000, ABS-CBN's UHF broadcast television network which offered some of its programs during early morning, afternoon and late evening blocks. In 2002, MYX was launched as a stand-alone 24-hour music channel on cable.

The network is also known for showing the lyrics on the music videos which was adapted from karaoke, a popular hobby in Asia.[2] An American counterpart known as Myx TV was later created to cater the Asian-American youth community in United States.


MYX was first aired on November 20, 2000 on ABS-CBN's sister station, Studio 23 (now ABS-CBN Sports + Action). It was intended to be the replacement of MTV Philippines. It aired on Channel 23 during daytime, while Studio 23 is being aired on primetime.

On February 14, 2002, ABS-CBN merged MYX on Channel 23 with then top-rating music cable channel, VID-OK. After the merger, MYX retained its name. However, it carried the format of VID-OK (which plays music videos with lyrics). At first, viewers of both predecessors were cold regarding the said change. However, MYX was able to gain significant audience compared to the channel's main competitors. Since then, MYX became the Number #1 Music Channel in the Philippines.

Last January 16, 2014, MYX stopped airing on free TV (via Studio 23). This was after the closure of Studio 23 to give way to ABS-CBN's new free TV sports channel, ABS-CBN Sports + Action.

In November 2015, the network celebrated its 15th year anniversary. The month-long celebration started with MYX Mo! 2015 at the SM Mall of Asia Concert Grounds on October 31, 2015. The following day, November 1, 2015, MYX rebranded with new shows and a new look with a major graphics overhaul. MYX also invited past and present VJs for the grand MYX Homecoming which was aired as a 4-part special. Finally, the station concluded the celebration with the airing of the MYX 15 documentary on November 20, 2015, the launching day of MYX wayback in 2000.


Daily shows[edit]

  • First Seen on MYX - features music videos that were first premiered on MYX.
  • MYX Backtrax - features music hits from the early 50's to the early 2000s.
  • MYX Moods - features the playlists of your favorite artists and MYX VJs depending on their selected mood.
  • Rock MYX - features rock music videos.
  • My MYX - features music video requests from viewers that were send on the official website.
  • MYX Take 5 - features 5 music videos from one featured artist.
  • Star MYX - features the top 5 favorite music videos of all time from your favorite artists.
  • MYX Sure-Fire Hits - features music videos with no distractions.
  • Pinoy MYX - features the latest and the classics of OPM music videos.
  • Pop MYX - features the latest international pop music videos on the planet.
  • Mellow MYX - features mellow and love music videos and love advises from the resident VJ.
  • Urban MYX - features the hippest of RNB, hiphop, rap, jazz, and soul music videos.

Chart shows[edit]

  • Pinoy MYX Countdown - features the top 20 local music videos weekly.
  • MYX International Top 20 - features the top 20 foreign music videos weekly.
  • MYX Hit Chart - features the top 20 local and foreign music videos in a weekly basis.
  • MYX Daily Top 10 - features the top 10 local and foreign music videos every Mondays through Fridays.

Weekly shows[edit]

  • MYX News - features the latest weekly biz on the news on what is happening in both the local and foreign entertainment scene.
  • MYX Versions - features music videos that were remade by past and present artists; and local and foreign artists.
  • MYX Live! - features a live performance format show featuring a wide range of artists. Hosted by Jett Pangan of The Dawn.
  • MYX Wer U At? - features a show for the youth that talks about the best hangout places, bars, shops, salons, restaurants, and the like.
  • MYX Presents - features concerts, documentaries, MYXclusives, and locally produced specials.
  • MYXellaneous - features at most 3 artists that showcase their music career and their MYXclusive specials.
  • Club MYX - features club, dance, and EDM music videos.
  • MYX Back2Back - features 3 artists, and for 1 artist, it features 2 music videos.
  • MYX Studio Sessions - features a themed jamming session performed by Nikki Gil and Robin Nievera.
  • MYX Olympics - features a jam-packed game show played by your favorite artists and celebrities.
  • MYX Ambushed - features an artist dressed in disguise, which its goal is to ambush plain folks and witness. It is also the show wherein plain folks gets to showcase their singing skills through the ambush videoke.
  • MYX Movie Date - features the latest weekly biz on the movies, both local and foreign. Upcoming movies, trailers, and MYXclusive specials from the actors and actresses are also featured here.

MYX Specials[edit]

  • #LoveOnMYX - Give in to love on MYX as your favorite MYX VJs play your requested love songs for 24 hours on February 14 (every year) starting 12 midnight!
  • Kwento ng Kanta - features a story of how famous hits of your favorite artists started.
  • MYX Celebrity VJ - a guest celebrity VJ invades your favorite MYX shows monthly.
  • MYX Headliner - the featured artist of the month gives a 1-minute feature about themselves.
  • MYX News Minute - features a minutely biz on the news of the entertainment scene at the top of the hour.
  • MYX Premiere - local and foreign music videos are premiered on MYX for the first time in this segment.
  • MYX Speaks - local and/or foreign artist interview on music career and music.
  • MYX Spotlight - MYX gives the spotlight to newly discovered artists or bands. Its goal is to expand the OPM music industry by endorsing newly discovered artists or bands.


  • MYX Music Awards
  • Summer MYX Fest
  • MYX Grand Fan Meet
  • MYX VJ Search
  • MYXPH.COM Vlogger Search
  • MYX Slam Jam
  • MNet Asian Music Awards (MAMA)
  • MYX Mo!
  • MYX Viewer Promo

Previously aired on MYX[edit]

  • Asia MYX
  • Beat U.K.
  • Coca-Cola Music Studio
  • Cyber MYX
  • Dance MYX (renamed Club MYX)
  • Dyan Banda
  • iTunes Festival
  • Late Night MYX
  • Later... with Jools Holland
  • Morning MYX (renamed MYXilog)
  • MYX 3 On 3
  • MYX Adventures
  • MYX Bandarito
  • MYX Firsts (renamed MYX Sure-Fire Hits)
  • MYX Forum
  • MYX Halo-Halo
  • MYX Homecoming
  • MYX Mobile Top Picks
  • MYX Remakes (renamed MYX Versions)
  • MYX Sampler
  • MYX Setlist
  • MYX Suburbia (renamed Urban MYX)
  • MYX Throwback
  • MYX Tugtugan
  • MYXed Lives
  • MYXilog
  • MYXposed
  • MYXtreme
  • The Nutshack
  • OPM MYX (renamed Pinoy MYX)
  • OPM MYX Countdown (renamed Pinoy MYX Countdown)
  • Pinoy Rock MYX
  • Planet Rock Profiles
  • Pop My MYX
  • Pop MYX: K-Pop Edition (available on
  • Radio MYX
  • Red Hot MYX
  • Rhum on the Rock
  • Tanduay's First Five
  • Top of the Pops
  • World MYX

MYX Music Awards[edit]

Further information: Myx Music Awards

MYX VJ Search[edit]

Further information: Myx VJ Search

MYX VJs[edit]

Current VJs[edit]

Current hosts[edit]

  • Jett Pangan (MYX Live!)
  • Robin Nievera (MYX Studio Sessions) (former MYX VJ (2010-2011))

Former VJs and hosts[edit]

  • Erica Abello (2015)
  • Sally Acupan (2003)
  • Mike Advincula (2011–2012)
  • Karla Aguas (2013–2014)
  • K.A. Antonio (2012–2013)
  • Clara Balaguer
  • Rico Blanco (2002–2003)
  • Carlos "Calde" Calderon
  • Tutti Caringal
  • Kaz Castillo
  • Sam Concepcion (2013–2015)
  • Luigi D'Avola (2014–2015)
  • Lourd de Veyra (2000–2002)
  • John Eastwood
  • Geoff Eigenmann (2004–2007) (moved to GMA Network)
  • Heart Evangelista (2002–2007) (moved to GMA Network)
  • Ed Feist
  • Andrei Felix (2007–2009)
  • Mica Froilan (2007–2008)
  • Nikki Gil (2005–2015)
  • Nel Gomez (2009–2010)
  • Igi Guerrero (2007–2008)
  • Paul Hammond
  • Angel Jones
  • Gianna Llanes (2014–2015)
  • Vieo Lopez (2014–2015)
  • Diego Loyzaga (2015)
  • Chino Lui Pio (2008–2015)
  • Franco Mabanta (2002)
  • Luis Manzano (2003–2013)
  • Raimund Marasigan
  • Michael Mariano (2012–2013)
  • Karel Marquez (2003–2007)
  • Michelle Ng (2012–2013)
  • Bernard Palanca (2003–2004)
  • Ala Paredes (2002–2004)
  • Joyce Pring (2011–2012)
  • Janine Ramirez (2009–2011)
  • Francis "Brew" Reyes
  • K-La Rivera (2011–2012)
  • Bianca Roque (2008–2013)
  • Jon Salkin
  • Anthony Saludares
  • Mark San Diego
  • Julz Savard (2010–2011)
  • Sanya Smith (2007–2008)
  • Nathan Ursua
  • Michi Valeriano (2002)
  • Ton Vergel de Dios (2010–2011)
  • Iya Villania (2004–2014) (returned to GMA Network)
  • Monica Yncierto (2008–2009)

Myx TV[edit]

Main article: Myx TV

Myx 2[edit]

Myx 2 is one of the five digital television channels of ABS-CBN Corporation, created in 2011, and will serve as the digital TV counterpart of Myx.[3][4][5][6]

MYX Compilation CDs[edit]

MYX Publications[edit]

  • MYX Magazine - A bi-monthly entertainment music magazine from ABS-CBN Publishing, launched in October 2006. Due to the fast-growing change of modernization, its last issue was released in June 2014.

MYX Mo![edit]

MYX Mo! was a yearly concert event, launched in 2002. As of 2015, it was dubbed as "the longest-running OPM festival".

MYX Mo! event venues[edit]

  • 2002: Smart Araneta Coliseum, Quezon City
  • 2003: Luneta Kite Area, Manila
  • 2004: Nicanor Reyes Street (formerly known as Morayta), Manila
  • 2005: CCP Open Grounds, Pasay City
  • 2006: CCP Open Grounds, Pasay City
  • 2007: SM MOA Concert Grounds, Pasay City
  • 2008: SM MOA Concert Grounds, Pasay City
  • 2009: SM MOA Concert Grounds, Pasay City
  • 2010: SM MOA Concert Grounds, Pasay City
  • 2011: Marikina Sports Park, Marikina
  • 2012: Marikina Sports Park, Marikina
  • 2013: SM MOA Concert Grounds, Pasay City
  • 2014: Smart Araneta Coliseum, Quezon City
  • 2015: SM MOA Concert Grounds, Pasay City

See also[edit]


  1. ^ Exclusive: The ABS-CBN Digital TV retrieved October 18, 2013
  2. ^ MYX replaces MTV in the Philippines
  3. ^ Rommel Pedrealba (director) (2011). ANC Future Perfect: TV Goes Digital 2/5 (Television production). Philippines: ABS-CBN News and Current Affairs. 
  4. ^ Rommel Pedrealba (director) (2011). ANC Future Perfect: TV Goes Digital 3/5 (Television production). Philippines: ABS-CBN News and Current Affairs. 
  5. ^ "ABS-CBN to launch 5 new premium channels on free-to-air TV". Lopez Group of Companies. 2011-04-04. Retrieved 2011-05-08. 
  6. ^ Exclusive: The ABS-CBN Digital TV retrieved October 18, 2013

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