Kapatid Channel

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Kapatid Channel
Launched July 11, 2011
Network The 5 Network
Owned by TV5 Network
Picture format 480i (SDTV)
Country Philippines
Language Filipino, English
Broadcast area Worldwide
Formerly called Kapatid TV5 (2011-2018)
Replaced The Mabuhay Channel
Sister channel(s) AksyonTV International
Website Kapatid TV5 site
Availability
Satellite
OSN
(Middle East)
Channel 165
DirecTV
(United States)
Channel 2071
Dish Network
(United States)
Channel 108
Abu Bakar Channel
(Indonesia)
Channel 860
Cable
MCV Broadband
(Guam)
Channel 375
Rogers Cable
(Canada)
Channel 894
Shaw Cable
(Canada)
Channel 934
IPTV
Bell Fibe TV
(Canada)
Channel 861
Fetch TV
(Australia)
Channel 738
Lyca TV
(United Kingdom)
Package

Kapatid Channel (stylized as Kapatid), formerly known as Kapatid TV5, is a general entertainment channel. owned by the Philippine-based multimedia conglomerate TV5 Network through its subsidiary Pilipinas Global Network, Ltd. The network is currently available in Worldwide, Central Asia, South Africa, France, Lebanon, Tonga, Africa, Asia, Europe, Bhutan,Mongolia, Macau, Sri Lanka, Middle East, Japan, North Africa, Guam, Canada, Fiji, Bangladesh, Brunei, Russia, Maldives, Sweden, Nepal, Solomon Island, Switzerland, Pakistan, Indonesia, South Korea, Cambodia, Thailand, Papua New Guinea, Saudi Arabia,Qatar, India, Taiwan, Malaysia, Singapore, Australia, New Zealand, Hong Kong, Hungary, Turkey, Vietnam and Northern America, United States on Verizon FiOS, Xfinity,Comcast,AT&T U-verse, Service Electric, Charter Spectrum, Altice USA, DirecTV, Time Warner Cable , Dish Network Complete Aparatus Permament Northern America Areas. As of September 2015, it is no longer offered on Dish Network and as of July 31, 2016, it will no longer be available on Dish Network's over-the-top streaming subsidiary Sling TV.[1] Pilipinas Global Network, Ltd., the international distributor of Kapatid TV5 and 5 Plus International , aims to expand both channels to Asia and the Pacific regions in the second quarter of 2012.[2][3][4]

The channel offers programming highlights from the Philippines television channels The 5 Network, 5 Plus, Sari-Sari Channel, Colours, One News, PBA Rush and INCTV.

Current Programming

News

  • Aksyon
  • Aksyon sa Tanghali
  • Aksyon Tonite
  • The Big Story
  • Executive News
  • Rush Hour

Public Affairs

Sports from ESPN5 on Kapatid Channel

Infotainment

Documentaries and public affairs

  • Manindigan
  • Numero
  • Paninindigan
  • Pundasyon

Horror

  • Ang Kwarto Sa May Hagdanan
  • Class 3-C Has A Secret
  • Where is Franco?

Drama

  • Amo
  • From the Beautiful Country
  • The Mysterious Case of Ana Madrigal
  • The Mysterious Case of Bea Montenegro
  • Operation: Break the Casanova's Heart
  • Tukhang
  • TV5 Presents (as Young Hearts Presents)
  • The Wives of House No. 2

Comedy

  • Ha-pi House
  • Taddy Taddy Po

Variety

  • 10 Signatures to Bargain With God
  • The Kasambahays

Talk shows

  • Agenda with Cito Beltran
  • Makilala TV

Game shows

  • Aja Aja Tayo!

Radyo5 programs

  • BolJak
  • Cristy Ferminute
  • Relasyon
  • Taxi Squad
  • Wanted sa Radyo

Kid Oriented

Lifestyle/cooking/travel

  • Helen's Kitchen with Ruby Rodriguez
  • Trabaho Ko To

Previously aired by Kapatid Channel

Since 2011, the channel has broadcast local dramas, variety shows, game shows, comedy programs and other contents from TV5.

Gallery

See also

References

  1. ^ http://help.sling.com/articles/en_US/FAQ/What-is-happening-with-my-Filipino-Programming 07-30-2016
  2. ^ Kapatid TV: Corporate Profile/About Us retrieved via http://www.kapatidtv.com/ 12-17-2011
  3. ^ Kapatid TV5 and Aksyon TV International channel launch retrieved via http://www.kapatidtv.com/ 12-17-2011
  4. ^ TV5 International successfully launches in Dubai and Abu Dhabi retrieved via http://www.kapatidtv.com/ 12-17-2011

External links

  • KapatidTV site
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