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  2. Disney Channel (Southeast Asian TV channel) - Wikipedia

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    It was a 24-hour Southeast Asian television preschool channel, and the sister channel of Disney Channel, amid at kids and preschoolers two to seven (2-7) years old. . Originally launched as a morning block on Disney Channel as Playhouse Disney, since the January 2000 launch; and officially launches as a television channel on 2 April 2004 in Hong Kong and Indon

  3. Thailand - Wikipedia

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    Thailand (/ ˈ t aɪ l æ n d, ˈ t aɪ l ə n d / TY-land, TY-lənd), historically known as Siam (/ s aɪ ˈ æ m, ˈ s aɪ æ m /) and officially the Kingdom of Thailand, is a country in Southeast Asia, located at the centre of Mainland Southeast Asia, spanning 513,120 square kilometres (198,120 sq mi), with a population of almost 70 million.

  4. TUDN (United States TV channel) - Wikipedia

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    TUDN (pronounced tu-de-ene; formerly called Univision Deportes Network (abbr. UDN) is an American Spanish language sports channel. Owned by TelevisaUnivision, it is an extension of the company's sports division of the same name. It launched on April 7, 2012, along with Univision Tlnovelas and FOROtv.

  5. Kapamilya Channel - Wikipedia

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    Kapamilya Channel (stylized as Kapamilya channel) is a 24-hour Philippine pay television network owned and operated by ABS-CBN Corporation, a company under the Lopez Group. The network is headquartered at the ABS-CBN Broadcasting Center in Quezon City where it started broadcasting on June 13, 2020, at 5:30 a.m. with Kapamilya Daily Mass as its ...

  6. Animax (Asian TV channel) - Wikipedia

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    Animax is an Asian pay television channel which broadcasts Japanese language anime and Simulcast anime, anime programming through English-language feeds in Southeast Asia (formerly including Brunei) South Asia (except India), and East Asia.

  7. Phoenix Television - Wikipedia

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    Phoenix TV operates the following channels: Phoenix Chinese Channel, launched in: March 1996, in China; August 1999, in Australia; September 2009, in Japan; Phoenix Movies Channel, launched August 1998. It is now an encrypted pay-television service in China and worldwide. Phoenix InfoNews Channel, launched January 2001, a 24-hour news channel.

  8. CNA (TV network) - Wikipedia

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    CNA, an acronym derived from its previous name, Channel NewsAsia, is a Singaporean public, state-owned 24-hour multinational news television channel by the Mediacorp.It broadcasts free-to-air domestically and as a pay television channel to 29 territories across Asia-Pacific.

  9. TV3 (Malaysian TV network) - Wikipedia

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    TV3 (pronounced as Tivi Tiga) is a Malaysian free-to-air television channel owned by Media Prima conglomerate. TV3 is the third and third oldest TV station in Malaysia. It was launched on 1 June 1984 as the country's first and oldest private television channel.