TVN (Asia)

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Logo tvN.svg
Launched October 26, 2009 (2009-10-26)
Owned by CJ E&M HK (68.81%)
21st Century Fox (pending acquired by The Walt Disney Company) (31.19%)
Picture format 480i (16:9 SDTV)
1080i (16:9 HDTV)
Slogan Where fun takes off.
Country Hong Kong
Language Korean
Mandarin (India Available)
Cantonese (Only Available Hong Kong and Malaysia)
Malay (Malaysia, Singapore and Indonesia)
India (Malaysia, Hong Kong, Singapore and Indonesia)
Broadcast area Hong Kong
Sri Lanka
Formerly called Channel M (28 November 2012-3 June 2016)
Sister channel(s) tvN Movies
Astro (Malaysia) Channel 395 (HD)
Channel 435 (tvN Movies HD)
NJOI (Malaysia) Channel 395 (HD)
Channel 435 (tvN Movies HD)
TrueVisions (Thailand) Channel 241
Channel 231 (tvN Movies HD) Coming soon
Cignal (Philippines) Channel 160 (SD)
Dialog TV (Sri Lanka) Channel 122
Big TV (Indonesia) Channel 262
Transvision (Indonesia) Channel 321 (HD)
K-Vision (Indonesia) Channel 26 (SD)
Sky Net (Myanmar) Channel 38 (SD)
4TV DTH (Myanmar) Channel 55(SD)
Channel 68 (HD)
Tata Sky (India) Channel 206 (HD) Coming soon
Channel 360 (tvN Movies HD) Coming soon
Videocon d2h (India) Channel 179 (HD) Coming soon
Channel 241 (tvN Movies HD) Coming soon
TBC (Taiwan) Channel 214
kbro (Taiwan) Channel 205
StarHub TV (Singapore) Channel 824 (SD/HD)
Channel 818 (tvN Movies HD)
First Media (Indonesia) Channel 339 (HD)
max3 (Indonesia) Channel 176 (HD)
Sky Cable / Destiny Cable (Philippines) Channel 145 (SD Digital)
Channel 191 (HD Digital)
Cablelink (Philippines) Channel 79
Parasat Cable TV (Philippines) Channel 78
South Luzon CATV (Philippines) Channel TBA
Cable TV Hong Kong (Hong Kong) Channel 377 (SD)
Channel 320 (HD)
Channel 869 (HD)
Now TV (Hong Kong) Channel 155
CHT MOD (HD Version) (Taiwan) Channel 376
Unifi TV (Malaysia) Channel 211 (HD)
Channel 201 (tvN Movies HD)
Singtel TV (Singapore) Before:Channel 518 (HD) (Mandarin)
Channel 619 (HD) (Malay)
After: Channel 372 (HD)
myTV Super (Hong Kong) Channel 505 (HD)

TVN (stylized as tvN; formerly known as Channel M between 2012 and 2016) is a Korean-language entertainment channel managed by CJ E&M, available to audiences in Hong Kong, Macau, Taiwan, Sri Lanka and Southeast Asia. tvN broadcasts a variety of South Korean television programmes from television channels operated by CJ E&M (which includes the namesake channel in South Korea, as well as Mnet, OCN and others), with a number of original shows made for the Southeast Asian version. The channel is distributed by Fox Networks Group (pending acquired by The Walt Disney Company), except the Philippines, where it is distributed by Creative Programs of ABS-CBN Corporation.[1][2][3]


  • Launched as TVN on October 26, 2009, the channel was renamed to Channel M in the evening of November 23, 2012.[4][5]
  • The channel was renamed back to TVN at noon[clarification needed] of June 3, 2016.[6]
  • TVN Movies, a sister channel which shows South Korean films, was launched in March 2017 now on Malaysia & India. TVN Movies now availible in Singapore & Thailand only.
  • June 2017, tvBlue is launch broadcasting on VTC5 (Vietnam), which formerly is VBC, Same Month, tvN Asia Singapore Version will be Without Original Version, and Telecasting From Korea at 24 Hours Drama Duel.
  • August 13, 2017, tvN Asia Malaysia & Indonesia Version Was Launch, Same The Telecasts Within Singapore, and Telecasting For express From The Korea at 24 Hours Drama Live Up to Your Name and Black.



  1. ^ TVN:Feature Channel retrieved via 11-13-2010
  2. ^ TVN Asia channel profile[dead link] retrieved via 10-26-2009
  3. ^ TVN Asia channel launched retrieved via 10-26-2009
  4. ^ tvN Asia to Change to K-Culture Channel ′Channel M Asia′ Retrieved 2012-11-21
  5. ^ tvN Asia Changes to Channel M Asia Retrieved 2012-11-21
  6. ^ Channel M (2016-05-04), tvN is COMING..., retrieved 2016-05-08 

External links

  • Official website

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