GMA Life TV

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GMA Life TV
Gma life tv.png
CountryPhilippines
Broadcast areaInternational
Network
Slogan There's More to Life!
Headquarters GMA Network Center EDSA cor. Timog Ave., Diliman, Quezon City, Philippines
Programming
Language(s)Filipino
English
Picture format 480i/576i (SDTV)
Ownership
Owner GMA International
Sister channels
History
LaunchedFebruary 2008
Links
Website gmalifetv.com%20gma

GMA Life TV is a 24-hour Philippine pay television channel launched in February 2008 by GMA Network. [1]

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Programming

The programming of GMA Pinoy TV consists mostly of shows from the Philippines from GMA Network and GMA News TV as well as previously aired shows, documentaries, films, and sports events from the Philippines. The delay of GMA Pinoy TV's and GMA Life TV's dramas all air on one-episode delay basis. Most weekend shows are up to date, with the exception of some shows that air on a one-episode delay basis.

History

The channel carries programming from GMA News TV and GMA Network. It was launched 16 February 2008 in Japan and is available in the Middle East and North Africa through OSN and My-HD. [2]

In June 2008 it was launched in Australia and New Zealand on UBI World TV. It is now also available in the whole United States via Dish Network and DirecTV.

On 2 November 2009, it was launched in Hawaii via Oceanic Time Warner Cable as a video on demand channel.

The channel was launched in Singapore on SingTel in June 2013.

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