Hallypop (Philippine TV channel)

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Hallypop
Hallypop-GMA-Logo-alpha.png
CountryPhilippines
Broadcast areaNationwide
Network GMA Network
Slogan
  • Catch The Wave
  • World's 1st Asian Pop Culture Digital Channel
Headquarters GMA Network Center, EDSA cor. Timog Ave., Diliman, Quezon City
Programming
Language(s)English
Korean
Picture format 480i (SDTV)
Ownership
Owner Jungo TV (in partnership with GMA Network, Inc.)
Sister channels
History
LaunchedSeptember 6, 2020;8 months ago (2020-09-06) (test broadcast)
September 20, 2020;8 months ago (2020-09-20) (official launch)
Links
Website Hallypop on GMANetwork.com
Availability
Terrestrial
Digital terrestrial television Channel 7.04 (Metro Manila and Metro Cebu)
Channel 10.04 (Baguio City and Pangasinan)
Channel 12.04 (Batangas)
Channel 5.04 (Metro Davao)
GMA Affordabox Channel 4

Hallypop (stylized as 'hallypop' with a 2D GMA Heart logo) is a Philippine free-to-air television channel owned by American company Jungo TV in partnership with GMA Network Inc. [1] The channel was on test broadcast from September 6-19, 2020; and was officially launched on September 20, 2020. It operates daily from 6:00 AM to 12:00 MN.

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Overview

Dubbed as the world's first Asian pop culture channel, Hallypop airs contents outsourced from SBS, including reality show (Running Man), music variety (K-pop Star, and JYP’s Party People), KBS' Music Bank, and from Front Row Channel which features live concerts with featured performances from the world's top musical acts.

History

Plans

In 2019, GMA Network Inc. announced its plans to invest for its second phase transition to digital television, including a partnership with U.S.-based global entertainment company Jungo TV and Philippine telecommunications conglomerate PLDT-Smart to distribute content across all of its channels. [2] [3] As part of their ongoing transition and the launch of their own digital television box, the network launched its first subchannel aside from their two main channels via Heart of Asia in the lineup of DZBB-DTV Channel 15. [4]

Launch

On the morning of September 6, 2020, GMA Network made some adjustments on its digital television channels by adding new sub-channels on their digital frequency. The said programs were detected as early as 2:00am of September 6, 2020 at their digital frequency in Batangas, and 6:00am in Mega Manila.

Hallypop began its test broadcast on September 6, 2020, airing music programs such as Music Bank , StarGazeMuzik and HallyStage, while it airs promo plug of the upcoming programs with its assigned blocks. The channel was fully launched on September 20, 2020 with reality shows Running Man and Party People on their first broadcast.

Programming

Current programming

Former programming

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References

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