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The logo of Myx TV (2011–present.)
|Launched||February 28, 2007|
|Owned by||ABS-CBN International|
|Picture format||480i (SDTV)|
|Slogan||"Now you know." (2011–2013)
"Feed your music monster." (2007–2011)
|Broadcast area||United States
ABS-CBN International, Daly City, CaliforniaMyx TV, Glendale, California
|Sister channel(s)||ANC, Lifestyle, S+A, Cinema One, Myx (Philippines), TFC|
|DirecTV||Channel 2067 (US nationwide)|
|OSN||Channel 703 (Middle East)|
|Time Warner Cable||Channel 1454 (Los Angeles, New York City, New Jersey, San Diego, Desert Cities, Yuma, Arizona)
Channel 76 and 684 (Hawaii)
|Comcast||Channel 673 (Chicago)
Channel 368 (San Francisco Bay Area and Central Valley, California)
Channel 244 (Seattle and Western Washington)
Channel 820 (Spokane)
|Cox Cable||Channel 479 (Orange County)
Channel 464 (Northern Virginia)
Channel 405 (San Diego)
Channel 509 (Norfolk, VA and Virginia Beach)
|Bright House Networks||Channel 811 (Bakersfield)
Channel 180 (Birmingham, AL)
Channel 475 (Orlando and Central Florida)
Channel 182 (Detroit)
Channel 180 (Indianapolis)
Channel 633 (Tampa)
|RCN||Channel 464 (Boston, Chicago, Washington DC., New York City, Philadelphia)|
|MTA||Channel 226 (Alaska)|
|KPU CommVision||Channel 175 (Ketchikan, Alaska)|
|MCV||Channel 16 (Guam)|
|Myx TV On Demand||Roku
Samsung Smart TV and Blu-ray
Opera Software on Sony Bravia and Sony Blu-ray
Myx TV (//) formerly known simply as Myx, is an American pay TV channel based in Glendale, California. It was launched in 2007 and is available nationwide in over 15 million households on pay TV providers such as Comcast, Time Warner Cable, Cox Cable, Bright House Networks, and DirecTV. The network is also available on digital platforms, offering on demand contents on its own website and on OTT platforms such as Roku, Samsung Smart TV, Sony Bravia, and Blu-ray. Myx TV was originally targeted to the Asian American youth community with music video as its primary content. However, in 2011, it was reformatted to become a general entertainment channel targeted to the Asian diaspora in United States.
ABS-CBN International launched Myx TV on DirecTV on February 28, 2007 from its corporate headquarters in Redwood City, California. Myx TV is the American counterpart of Myx, an influential music channel in the Philippines, and is programmed and operated independently.
In 2011, Myx TV changed its logo, slogan, and programming.
Myx TV's programming includes acquired programs from Asia and the United States such as Japanese sports game show Unbeatable Banzuke, K-pop music variety show Music Bank, reality competition Supermodel Me, musical drama The Kitchen Musical, and classic cartoon series Voltron.
Myx TV began producing original reality shows in 2014 and premiered its first series I'm Asian American and... on April 23, 2014. In June 2014, the network premiered its first original competition reality show Call to Cosplay, which is also the first ever cosplay competition show in the United States. Two more original reality series Bagged and Eat Your Words premiered in August and October, respectively, with both series renewed in 2015.
In January 2015, Myx TV became the first U.S. cable network to air K-Pop live music countdown show Inkigayo. The network also launched an Asian horror movie block called Shiver and Shake in July 2015.
In January 2017, Myx TV launched "My Motto," a digital profile series highlighting Asian American talent such as Yaya Han, a costume designer, model and cosplay entertainer based in Atlanta, GA., Patrice Clearly of "Purple Patch" restaurant in Washington D.C., Hokuto Konishi, dance member of Quest Crew from the hit MTV show America's Best Dance Crew. In September 2017, My Motto: Veteran's Edition became 6 Certified through Got Your 6 and was named a finalist in the Cablefax Program Awards in the Video on Demand Program/Special category. 
Myx TV has produced several events, including the award-winning Myx Mash, which was held on May 22, 2010 at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco featuring performances by Bruno Mars, Brown Eyed Girls, and T-Pain, Myx TV's K-pop TaKeover, the first K-pop dance convention in the United States featuring top K-pop choreographers Movement Lifestyle and America's Best Dance Crew winners Poreotics, Myx Loaded, a live performance show featuring YouTube artists in University of California, Davis, Myx TV Presents: Introducing Victor King and the YTF Crew, a live performance show in Los Angeles, and "AJ Rafael & Friends" Christmas Special in Irvine, CA.