GMM 25

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GMM 25
GMM 25 Logo.png
Country Flag of Thailand.svg Thailand
Broadcast areaThailand
HeadquartersGMM Grammy Place , Asok Montri Rd., Watthana, Bangkok, Thailand
Language(s) Thai
Picture format 720p HDTV
OwnerGMM Channel Co., Ltd.
(under GMM Grammy)
Sister channels One 31
Launched25 May 2014;8 years ago (2014-05-25)
Former namesBiG
GMM Channel
Digital terrestrial television Channel 25 (TV5 MUX5)

Channel GMM 25 (simply GMM 25) is a Thai digital terrestrial television channel owned by GMM Grammy and operated by The One Enterprise. The network offers a variety of content such as drama, music, news and entertainment programs targeting teenagers. [1] [2]

It also airs some programs produced by GMMTV, including teen and drama series and boys' love series daily evenings at 20:30 (8:30 pm), and weekend TV shows (mid-morning and late-night).

GMM 25 was launched on 25 May 2014 after GMM Grammy was awarded with a digital TV license from the National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Committee in December 2013.

The network has also partnered with Viu and Line TV in providing full re-runs of its programs. [3] [4]

The CEO of GMM25 is Takonkiet Viravan, who is also the Managing Director of The One Enterprise and One 31.

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