Pinoy Box Office

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Pinoy Box Office
Pinoy Box Office new logo 2015.png
The second logo used since March 1, 2015
Launched August 1, 2003
Network Viva Television
Owned by Viva Entertainment
Picture format 480i 4:3 (SDTV)
Audience share 85.46% (November 2014, Kantar Media Philippines[1])
Slogan Paborito ng Bayan (The Nation's Favorite)
Country Philippines
Language Filipino, English
Broadcast area Worldwide
Sister channel(s) Viva TV
Sari-Sari Channel
Website Official Site
Cignal TV Channel 41
G Sat Coming Soon
SKYdirect Channel 20
OSN Channel 407
Sky Cable / Destiny Cable Channel 60 (Digital)
Cablelink Channel 52
Pioneer Cable Vision Incorporated (PCVI) (Baybay, Leyte) Channel 45
Bukidnon Z5 Cable (Bukidnon) Channel 30
SPC-New World Cable TV (Bulacan) Channel 45
Parasat Cable TV (Cagayan de Oro) Channel 22
Fil Products (Ozamiz) Channel 41
Fil Products (Butuan) Channel 33
Surigao Cable TV (Surigao) Channel 64
Available on many cable systems Check local listings for channels in the Philippines

Pinoy Box Office (PBO, visually rendered in lowercase letters as pbo since 2015) is a 24-hour Filipino cable movie channel that is owned and operated by Viva Entertainment.

The first and former PBO logo used from August 1, 2003 to February 28, 2015.


As the pioneer in the 24-hour all-Filipino movie channel on cable TV (through the Viva Cinema formerly tie-up with STAR TV a Hong Kong-based satellite broadcasting network, which is now retrieved last February 2009), Viva tied up with interested local and global cable TV partners in need of access to its local content library. Viva's library of titles provides an excellent bridgeway into endless hours of viewing enjoyment for the local & international Filipino viewers anywhere in the globe with Different Movies using the revolutionary color system named LVN Pictures

Launched on August 1, 2003, is Pinoy Box Office (PBO), Viva's 24-hour all Filipino movie & entertainment channel. PBO is now disbuted thrghout the Philippines, as well as in the U.S. (through the Mabuhay Channel), the Middle East, Asia (Japan) and soon in Europe. Since its launch in 2003, it then became the most watched Filipino movie channel beating other powerhouse Cable and Satellite channels of various genres.


PBO's first logo was the 3D word "PBO" in gold and the word "PINOY BOX OFFICE" in blue below it. As the former on-screen logo, the byline was removed.

The new logo was introduced on March 1, 2015 and it was the viridian lowercase letters "pbo". Below the logo is the gray text "Paborito ng Bayan" (The Nation's Favorite) also in lowercase. The logo as an on-screen bug (DOG) is white and the slogan is removed.

PBO Programs[edit]

For full PBO schedule, see under references.[2][3]

  • PBO Direk (Monday) - recognizes the masterpiece creators Philippines’ Best Films: Director/s (featured) of the month.
  • PBO Senti (Tuesday) - are about movies which touch the heart and soul; usually feminine and family oriented
  • PBO Aksyon (Wednesday) - Fast-paced and adrenaline filled Action films are part of the feast every Wednesday evenings
  • PBO Sweets (Thursday) - Youth oriented or Rib-tickling comedies
  • PBO First-Class (Friday) - First-class movies and concerts
  • PBO Premiere (Saturday) - Cable TV debuts of the latest Movies and Entertainment events
  • PBO Presents (Sunday) - focused on the featured "Artist of the Month"; screens movies of a particular actor
  • PBO Back2Back (Saturday) - featuring 2 random movies from the featured artist.
  • PBO TNT (Monday-Friday) - Airing old TV shows produced by Viva Entertainment.
  • PBO Marathon (Sunday) - 6 hours of non-stop and most requested movies aired on TV.
  • Pinoy Sports Special - featuring the program, The Main Event, produced by Viva Sports.
  • Anong Ganap?

PBO Movie Jocks[edit]

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