The BFDI Channel


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in 2015, GS Media Network launched partnership with Michael and Cary Huang and YSR Network to launch Philippine version of The BFDI Channel, but later on November 2016, YSR Network ended its partnership, forcing GS Media to rename The BFDI Channel Philippines within 1 month.

GS Objects


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in December 7, 2016, The BFDI Channel Philippines was renamed to GS Objects, entering more partnership with multiple Object shows creators (like Adam Katz), making GS Objects to be home of object shows, later in August 2020, GS Objects's main language was changed from English to Tagalog to appeal more new viewers as many dubbers opted to dub Object shows amidst pandemic, howver SAP option (that changes language to original English) was launched, however SAP option of GS Objects will only available on OctaDish, Astral Satellite TV, Novacable, StreamV and several of provincial cable/IPTV operators (like Parasat, via separated channels depending on languages) and USA TV Dagupan), but until August 2020, GS Objects air Object shows in only audio language available, English, but since then, GS Objects airs Object shows in Tagalog and original English (via SAP), its feed on most of DTH and cable operators, like Cignal, GSat, SkyCable, Cablelink and Planet Cable was forced changed to Tagalog.

on December 23, 2020, ViacomCBS Networks Philippines announced to launch GS Objects in rest of Southeast Asia, Hong Kong, Sakaria, Engary and Taiwan in January, 15, 2021, later on December 27, 2020, ViacomCBS Networks Philippines to launch GS Objects internationally and dubbed this channel as "the channel will air Tagalog-dubbed object shows" on same day and at same day, GS Objects International will first launch on OSN MENA, Sky PerfecTV! Gau, Starhub TV, Singtel TV, DirecTV, Dish Network, various cable networks in the USA (including Spectrum, Xfinity and Cox), various Canadian pay TV providers (including Bell, Rogers and Shaw) and Cignal El Kadsre on January 15, 2020 before other pay TV providers.

January 9-March 2021 (subchannel of MTV Free stations), 2021-present (pay TV)

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On January 26, 2021, ViacomCBS announced they were exploring options for "overhauling" GS Objects to appeal to a wider demographic, including the possible creation of a "internet content-fueled television network" that would include object shows and other webseries in the lineup.


March 2021 (upcoming)

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in January 28, 2021, ViacomCBS chosen the creation of "internet content-fueled television network", and also renaming GS Objects on free-to-air television (via DZWE-TV and other MTV Free stations' digital test broadcast) to RPLW, named after famed Filipino scratcher, "Reptlow", who is only recognised scratcher by GSTV (in 2016, Reptlow gained recognition by GSTV), however "GS Objects" name will still exist as block on RPLW and a pay television network.

RPLW logo (that revealed on January 29, 2021, via MS-DOS and Windows 95 startup-inspired teaser, titled as "c:\new_network_is_coming", via Windows 95 Startup-inspired image) is inspired by Reptlow's Own Character's helmet (which is Purple and Cyan).

RPLW is reportly planning to air object shows, Homestar Runner animations, AntsCanada Ant Channel (Tagalog narration), Shut Up! Cartoons shows, Glitch Productions shows and Flash-era animations (all dubbed in Tagalog) on March 2021 and also air 30-minute gameplay programming, titled "RPLW Gametime".

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Television channels:

GSTV (HD) | G2 | GS Objects | GS News | GS Sports | GS Cinema | GS Comedy / MTV 80s FTA | GS Action | GS Knowledge / MTV 00s FTA | Spike | Nickelodeon | GS Kidszone | MTV Free | Decades | Comedy Central | MTV Live HD | OTB (minority stake) | NickToons | ViacomCBS Philippines 4K Test Channel | GS Adult Swim (co-owned with WarnerMedia) | GS Viva | 10 Coconut | TeenNick | FivePH | NickMusic | CBS Prime | Paramount Channel / MTV 90s FTA | Ani-One Channel | VH1 Europe | CMT | Colors Mabuhay | Telefe | TAP Kids (co-owned with TAP) | MTV 80s | MTV 90s | MTV 00s | Terebi Kids
4 Britan ltd. (co-owned with Channel 4 Television Corporation):
4 Britan

GS Regional:
GS Luzon (DZKD-TV Baguio) | GS Visayas (DYSX-TV Cebu) | GS Mindanao (DXFT-TV Davao | DXNW-TV New Washington/Kalibo) | GS Bicol (DZKY-TV Legazpi | DZBG-TV Naga | DZTL-TV Sorsogon)

Paramount Pictures Philippines | GSTV Films


Metro Manila
DYAO-FM (88.7 Asia 1) | DWGS-FM (O-Chan 108.5) | DZGX-AM (GS News Station 999) | DZAK-FM (Rock 91.1) | DZKN-FM (Jack FM 105.3) | DZRO-FM (102.3 Z-Rock) | DZGO-FM (GO! 107.3) | DZMX-FM (Mix FM 101.3) | DZJP-FM (Groovy 107.9) | DZXC-FM (Your Game Radio 100.8)

DYOC-FM (O-Chan 87.7 Cebu) | DYZK-FM (Rock 88.1 Cebu) | DYOM-FM (Groovy 106.3 Cebu) | DXAZ-FM (O-Chan 89.5 Davao) | DXZK-FM (Rock 105.5 Davao) | DXTS-FM (Groovy 103.9 Davao) | DZMT-FM (O-Chan 107.5 Baguio) | DZZQ-FM (Rock 100.3 Baguio) | DZDW-FM (Groovy 102.7 Baguio)

SiriusXM Asia (10%)
Rock 91.1 SiriusXM | GS News Station SiriusXM

GSTV International | GSTV USA | GSTV Conlandia | GSTV Arabic | GSTV Sakaria | GSTV Southeast Asia | GSTV Vustrela | GSTV Polynesia | GSTV Engary | GSTV Bunkerton

GSTV Artists Center | GSTV Productions | Gen Records | GS Home Entertainment | GSX Games (Cebu) | GSTV Digibox (GSTV Go) | GS Max | Radio Network of Conlandia Southeast Asia/South Asia/Huntaria (Co-owned with Radio Network of Conlandia, ABS-CBN, UTV Software Communications and Media Nusantara Citra)

Cable and Satellite | TVE Filipinas (co-owned with Television España) | MTV Philippines | MTV Pinoy (Co-owned with Viva Entertainment) | MTVph (Co-owned with Solar Entertainment Corporation) | VH1 | GS Family | GS Nostalgia | GS Drama | Club MTV (co-owned with FBN Corporation) | Rockstar Manila (co-owned with Take-Two Interactive) | Nick Jr. | Gulli Philippines (sold to GMA Network) | Groovy 107.9 TV

Rubio Holdings Ltd. (ViacomCBS)

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