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O Shopping

O Shopping
O Shopping logo
Launched October 14, 2013
Owned by ACJ O Shopping Corporation
Picture format 480i (SDTV)
1080p (HDTV)
Slogan "Making Life Easy"
ABS-CBN VHF Channel 2
BEAM TV UHF Channel 31
Channel 12.3
(ISDB-T UHF Channel 32 / 581.143 MHz)
SkyCable/Destiny Cable Channel 11

O Shopping is a TV home shopping channel in the Philippines owned and operated by ACJ O Shopping Corporation, a joint-venture between media conglomerate ABS-CBN Corporation and Korean TV home shopping company CJ O Shopping Corporation. The channel was launched on October 14, 2013 and is available in SkyCable and Destiny Cable. Its programs are also shown on ABS-CBN network every late nights before sign-off, and early mornings after sign-on as well as on BEAM TV at daytime and on i Want TV.[1][2]


O Shopping was launched on October 14 , 2013 after ABS-CBN Corporation and CJ O Shopping Corporation signed a deal to create a 24/7 TV home shopping channel in the Philippines. The TV home shopping channel will be operated by ACJ O Shopping Corporation. ABS-CBN Corporation invested an initial 200 million pesos for the joint-venture.[3] It airs on late nights on ABS-CBN between 11:45pm-1:45am and mornings between 4am-5am.

External links

  • Official website


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