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Kapatid TV5

Kapatid TV5
Launched April 2011
Owned by ABC Development Corporation
(Pilipinas Global Network, Ltd.)
Picture format NTSC (480i)
Country Philippines
Language Tagalog
Broadcast area Guam
Middle East
North Africa
United States
Website Official Website
Middle East
Channel 894
Dish Network
United States
Channel 9975
Shaw Cable
Channel 545
MCV Broadband
Channel 375
Bell Fibe TV
Channel 861

Kapatid TV5 (short for Kapatid TV) is an international television station owned by the Philippine-based multimedia conglomerate ABC Development Corporation, through its subsidiary Pilipinas Global Network, Ltd. The network is currently available in Europe, Middle East, North Africa, Guam, and the United States on Dish Network. Pilipinas Global Network, Ltd., the international distributor of Kapatid TV5 and Aksyon TV International, aims to expand both channels to Canada, Asia and the Pacific regions in the second quarter of 2012.[1][2][3]

Currently broadcast by Kapatid TV5


Public affairs


  • Alagang Kapatid
  • Astig!: Sa Sports Walang Tsamba
  • Demolition Job
  • Ganito na kami Ngayon
  • Gellicious
  • History with Lourd
  • Philip: Lifestyle Guy
  • Pinoy Explorer




  • 5 Star Specials (re-run)
  • Inday Wanda (re-run)
  • Istorifik: Pidol's Kwentong Fantastik (re-run)
  • Pidol's Wonderland (re-run)
  • Untold Stories (re-run)



Talk shows

Previously aired by Kapatid TV5

See also


  1. ^ Kapatid TV: Corporate Profile/About Us retrieved via 12-17-2011
  2. ^ Kapatid TV5 and Aksyon TV International channel launch retrieved via 12-17-2011
  3. ^ TV5 International successfully launches in Dubai and Abu Dhabi retrieved via 12-17-2011

External links

  • KapatidTV Site
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