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1993–1997 1997–2000 2000–2003 2011–present
1993–1997 1997–2000 2000–2003 2011–present

CTV 31 (Cinema Television)

1993–1997

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On October 31, 1993, Radio Mindanao Network became the second radio-based network to launch a TV station called CTV-31. It is also the first UHF free-to-air TV station to be inspired by the format of a cable movie channel.

1997–2000

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E! Philippines

2000–2003

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On September 2000, CTV-31 leased the entire channel blocktime and changed its name to E! Philippines and limited its broadcast from 6pm-12mn. However on June 1, 2003, RMN had to cease their operations on TV due to financial constraints and poor television ratings, but continued elsewhere.

BEAM Channel 31

2011–present

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Recently, After 8 years of being silent in Metro Manila and Antipolo, Rizal television, on July 3, 2011, UHF 31 returned its operations as a test broadcast. The station (along with other RMN-owned UHF stations nationwide) was occupied by Broadcast Enterprises and Affiliated Media, after the latter bought up the acquisition by Bethlehem Holdings, Inc. (funded by Globe Telecom's Group Retirement Fund) from RMN. And as the first broadcast TV operations under new ownership.

As of June 2020 Inquirer 900 Television, Talking Heads and EZShop Asia is currently airing on BEAM's analog and digital feed.


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