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|Broadcast area||Hong Kong|
|Slogan||V, don't regret|
|Picture format||1080i HDTV|
(downscaled to 16:9 480i/576i for the SDTV feed)
|Launched||27 May 1994|
|Closed||1 June 2018 (Malaysia)|
|5 Network (Myanmar)||Channel 17|
Channel [V] is an Asian pay music television network owned by Fox Networks Group Asia Pacific, a pay-TV channel unit of Walt Disney Direct-to-Consumer and International. It was launched by what was back then Star TV to replace MTV's original Asian operation. The Mainland Chinese version is owned by Star China Media and the Australian channels were owned by Foxtel until their closures.
Channel [V] currently operates either a local feed or a relay of the international version in Hong Kong, Southeast Asia (excluding Malaysia starting 1 June 2018), the Middle East, Mainland China and Thailand. It previously operated localised versions in India, Australia, Taiwan and the Philippines.
Hong Kong, Southeast Asia, and International
Channel [V] Asia is the flagship of the Channel [V] network. It was founded after MTV Asia parted ways with the STAR TV Network. It was produced and operated from Hong Kong from January 1994 until January 2002, after which operations and studios were shifted to Malaysia with some aspects still operating in Hong Kong. Since 1 January 2008, Channel [V] International has moved back to its original studio in Hong Kong, which is also the same studio of Channel [V] China and Taiwan.
- Paula Malai Ali
- Cindy Burbridge
- Marion Caunter
- Angela Chow
- Trey Farley
- Jocelyn Enriquez
- Patrick Lima
- Amanda Griffin
- Danny McGill
- Sophiya Haque
- Cliff Ho
- Maya Karin
- Dania Khatib
- Dom Lau
- Francis Magalona
- Rishma Malik
- Joey Mead
- Melanie Casul
- Jonathan Putra
- Lisa S.
- Nicholas Saputra
- Kamal Sidhu
- Sarah Tan
- Ruth Winona Tao
- Brad Turvey
- Georgina Wilson
- David Wu
- B – Bandit Saokaew
- Boss – Chatchavalit Sirisab
- Chai – Chartayodom Hiranyasthiti
- Earth – San Ittisuknanth
- Emme – Amika Boohert
- Helen – Prathumrat Berger
- Jenny – Genevieve Jane Irwin
- Janeen – Janeen Lyons
- Loukade – Metinee Kingpayome
- Louk-Tarn – Supamat Phahulo
- Meaw – Autcharra Sinratchar-tarnon
- Nadia – Nadia Nimitvanich
- Sunny – Sunissa Brown
- Ta-Ngaew – Bussaba Mahatthapong
- Team – Kosin Piyakittiphaibun
- Terng – Pradorn Sirakovit
- Michael – Sirachuch Chienthaworn
- Nax – Charlie Potjes
Channel [V] Mainland China is the Chinese branch of the Channel [V] network. Fox International Channels Asia Pacific sold certain Mandarin language entertainment television channels that target Mainland China, including Channel [V] Mainland China, to China Media Capital. As a result, Channel [V] Mainland China is a part of Star China Media as of 2014. It is broadcast free-to-air on AsiaSat 7. Channel [V] switches between Simplified and Traditional Chinese with selected Channel [V] International programs airing with Chinese subtitles. It is the only feed that is available free-to-air.
- Will Pan (潘瑋柏)
Taiwan (1994 - 2018)
It started operating in Taiwan in 1994 under the name, Channel [V] Chinese. On 1 September 2012 it was replaced by Fox Taiwan, while Channel V Taiwan still operated overseas. On 15 July 2018, Channel V Taiwan was officially shut down.
India (1994 - 2018)
It is operated by Star India. On 1 July 2015, the channel discontinued its musical programming and started focusing on original content through fiction dailies and studio formats that address teenage issues. On 30 June 2016, stopped airing original programming. On 1 August, it rebranded its graphical package. Later, it discontinued operations on 15 September 2018.
Australia (1995 - 2020)
Channel [V] was first launched in 1995 and was owned by Foxtel. It ceased broadcasting in Australia on 26 February 2016, as it merged with [V] Hits (later rebranded as [V]), focusing only on music video programming and countdowns. V Hits was also formerly known as Club [V] and Channel [V] 2, and ceased broadcasting on 1 July 2020. Former VJs included Andrew Günsberg, Jabba, James Mathison, Chloe Maxwell and Yumi Stynes
Philippines (1994 - 2012)
It was a joint venture between Fox Networks Group Asia Pacific, Fox International Channels, TV Xtreme Broadcasting Company and Northern Star Productions as network providers. It discontinued operations on 13 July 2012.
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- "Channel V China - LyngSat". www.lyngsat.com. Retrieved 30 January 2018.
- "All about Channel V's new logo and shows". Radioandmusic.com. 2 August 2016.
- CHANNEL V International and Makisig Network Announce the Launch of Channel V Philippines Tagalog language content block on V International set to launch with an expanded distribution for the channel on Sky Cable Archived 4 March 2009 at the Wayback Machine retrieved via www.startv.com 02-26-2009
- CHANNEL V Expands Filipino Presence retrieved via www.worldscreen.com 02-26-2009
- CHANNEL V International and Makisig Network Launch V Philippines Archived 6 March 2009 at the Wayback Machine retrieved via www.casbaa.com 03-02-2009
- Channel V to speak Tagalog; taps local partner retrieved via www.indiantelevision.com 02-27-2009
- Channel V to launch local content for the Philippines retrieve via www.brandrepublic.asia 03-02-2009
- Makisig launches Channel V Philippines retrieve via www.stir.ph 04-16-2009
- Channel V launch in Philippines with Local Block retrieve via www.onetwomusic.com 04-16-2009
- V Philippines on Channel V Retrieved via www.philstar.com.ph 05-03-2009