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Velvet (TV channel)

Velvet
Velvet channel logo
Launched January 1, 2008
Closed January 1, 2014
Network ABS-CBN
Studio 23 (now ABS-CBN Sports+Action)
Owned by Creative Programs, Inc.
Picture format 480i (SDTV)
Slogan Home of the Most Prestigious Red Carpet Events
Country Philippines
Language English
Broadcast area Defunct
Headquarters Quezon City, Philippines
Sister channel(s) ANC, DZMM TeleRadyo, Cinema One, Hero, Knowledge Channel, Lifestyle Network, Cge TV, Myx, Balls, Jeepney TV

Velvet was a Filipino cable television network based in Quezon City. It was owned and operated by Creative Programs, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of the media conglomerate ABS-CBN Corporation. The primary focus of the network was into women-oriented general entertainment programming.[1]

Contents

  • Channel Information 1
  • Description 2
  • Final Program Line-Up 3
    • Series 3.1
    • Movies and Entertainment Specials 3.2
    • Annual Events & Specials 3.3
  • References 4
  • External links 5

Channel Information

Velvet had a sneak preview on SkyCable channel 25 since November 2007, together with Maxxx and Balls. Velvet was officially launched on January 1, 2008. Velvet also aired selected shows on Studio 23 (now ABS-CBN Sports+Action).

The channel went off the air at the midnight on January 1, 2014. Miss Universe 2013 was the last program of Velvet before it permanently signed off.

Description

Velvet is the result after the contract of Solar Entertainment's 2nd Avenue expired with SkyCable. Velvet is fairly similar in theme and audiences with ETC and 2nd Avenue typically appealing to the female-audience genre with a range from pre-adolescent to the late-thirties age bracket . Velvet features programs based on entertainment news & specials, game shows, stand-up comedy acts, drama, reality series and award shows.

Final Program Line-Up

Series

Movies and Entertainment Specials

  • FlickFest Matinee
  • Flick Pick
  • Spotlight
  • Velvet Entertainment Specials

Annual Events & Specials

References

  1. ^ (For Velvet TV Channel Article on abs-cbn.com)

External links

  • Official Website
  • Multiply Website
  • Facebook Website


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