The Disco Channel
in 1976, Channel 36 was launched as The Disco Channel, a UHF channel that airs mostly disco content (mostly Disco music videos)
in 1977, The Disco Channel gained popularity, after Studio 54 Skoyoto was opened.
in 1979, after Disco Demolish Night, The Disco Channel was closed and replaced with SIT.
in 1995, PLDT acquired SIT.
in 1999, PLDT sold S36 to Skoyoto Broadcastings.
|V • T • E FBN Corporation|
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1Co-owned with Fujisenkai, GBC Gau, Netflix and Media Prima.
TMK Corporation, PWER Holdings and Sega Sammy Holdings (through Sega Holdings) owns each 35% stake, Aberic Holdings owns 5% stake and Qube Communications owns 10% stake of FBN Corporation
|V • T • E PWER Holdings|
Cable television channels: Stars
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|1 Co-owned with TMK Corporation and RKO Holdings|
|V • T • E Qube Holdings|
|Predecessor: Wildcat Holdings
Qube Motion Pictures Group
Qube Home Entertainment Group
Qube Television Group
|Owned by NotWildcat|