Shop TV

Shop TV is a 24-hour shopping related TV channel owned by Solar Entertainment Corporation.Aside from its dedicated channel, Shop TV also airs through ETC.

The idea for a 24/7 shopping channel in the Philippines was not as ubiquitous as it is today. It all began when a family of entrepreneurs decided to take a risk in October 2003, and introduced the concept of home shopping networks to the Philippine market.

Initially, ShopTV of Home Shopping Network aired for 12 hours daily starting last November 2005. It expanded its coverage to 24/7 airing by August 2006.

Beam TV

BEAM Channel 31 (DWKC-TV) is the flagship television station of Broadcast Enterprises and Affiliated Media, Inc. in the Philippines. Its transmitter is located at Palos Verdes Subdivision, Sumulong Highway, Brgy. Sta. Cruz, Antipolo City, province of Rizal.

On October 31, 1993, Radio Mindanao Network became the second radio-based network to launch a TV station called Cinema Television 31 (CTV-31) through its flagship station, DWKC-TV. An all-movie channel, its programming included a presentation of Filipino and Hollywood movies respectively, and programs from E!, an American cable channel. It is the first UHF station to be inspired by the format of a cable movie channel. The station once clinched a top spot for its TV ratings in all UHF stations.

However, because of the broadcasting rules assigned by National Telecommunications Commission and the matter that they acquired the broadcast rights from E!, CTV-31 stopped its broadcast in September 2000.


Aniplus is a South Korean television channel and anime distributor. Launched on 7 December 2009, the channel is currently available on SK Broadband, LG Uplus IPTV service, and KT SkyLife. The company also has a video on demand platform in its own country. Most of its programming are licensed from JJ MediaWorks for subtitling and dubbing distribution.

The channel was first launched in Singapore in March 2014 on pay-TV provider Singtel TV. In August 2015, it partnered with OTT platform iflix to distribute 21 of their titles via its VOD service. In June 2016, ANIPLUS Asia started to be distributed in Thailand on free-to-air channel Now26 as a programming block, thanks to a partnership deal with Mediaplex International. In September, it was launched in Hong Kong on video streaming. In November, it is picked up by streaming website Tribe in Indonesia, and it reaches the Philippines in December on that same platform.

In January 2017, ANIPLUS Asia partnered with Philippine free-to-air television channel TV5 to revive their ANiMEGA anime programming block. The block premiered with Attack on Titan: Junior High, Myriad Colors Phantom World and Kantai Collection, dubbed in Tagalog. In February, it is launched in Malaysia on satellite provider Astro. On May of that same year, it is picked up by Sky Cable in the Philippines. On May 25, 2018, ANIPLLUS Asia was available on Easy TV Home in the Philippines, but has ceased operations since September 30, 2019.