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Country Thailand
Broadcast areaThailand
Headquarters Bangkok, Thailand
Launched16 May 2011;10 years ago (2011-05-16)

VERY TV is a 24-hour music and entertainment channel owned by VERY ENTERTAINMENT. On air on TrueVisions Channel 64 and 79. The channel originally started its broadcast on May 16, 2011. VERY TV reaches an audience of 8 million viewers in Thailand. [1]


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  1. VERY TV Banmuang. 7 Jun 2011.