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On December 2010, TV5 announced plans to launch its own news and sport-related channel. On February 21, 2011, AksyonTV started its commercial broadcast.

Its flagship stations in Metro Manila were DWNB-TV, UHF Channel 41—TV5 leased as part of a affiliate broadcast spectrum and license Nation Broadcasting Corporation (gaining control of the station in exchange for providing equipment for NBC) and allowing airtime for NBC produced programming on AksyonTV. with the owned TV5 DWDZ-TV Channel 47 (launched in 1999 the third UHF station in the market owned by a major broadcast network), while its regional stations are cleared for reactivation, the station's main transmitter was degraded and its signal could not reach to areas normally received by TV5-DWET-TV (serving as a UHF translator, ABC had previously operated as the independent station was awarded the channel 47 frequency in Metro Manila, before it went silent in the middle of 2003).



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On November 30, 2018, The 5 Network released its teaser that AksyonTV would rebrand into 5Plus. After 8 years as news channel (sports content was later added), AksyonTV's programming ended on January 12, 2019 and the following day, 5Plus was launched, reformatted as an all-sports channel.

Meanwhile, Radyo5's programming are now being broadcast on One PH before Sign-Off @ 12:00 AM until Sign On @ 4:00 AM every Sunday, a stand-alone satellite channel at a satellite service, Cignal.

On March 7, 2020, the channel was officially dissolved as One Sports took over its channel space the following day.

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On March 8, 2020, 5 Plus was relaunched as One Sports (moving from being an exclusive pay-televison channel to free-to-air television and eventually took over its channel space) along with its sports division formerly known as ESPN5 also adopted the same branding. Meanwhile, the original One Sports channel on Cignal was rebranded as One Sports+.

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