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mio TV
MioTV.svg
Type Internet Protocol
Country Singapore Singapore
Availability Singapore
Founded by SingTel
Key people Mr Allen Lew (CEO)
Launch date 20 July 2007
Former names SingTel IPTV
Official Website mio TV Official Website

mio TV is a 24-hours pay-TV service, introduced by SingTel. It is transmitted through the company's SingNet broadband network via an IPTV service and uses Microsoft Mediaroom as its end to end software platform.[1] It is a service that will allow multimedia content - including broadcast channels and on-demand programmes - to be viewed on any television set. The IPTV service utilises IP set-top boxes (STBs), connected over the existing SingTel telephone lines in homes.

mio, standing for more in one, is SingTel's integrated gateway for home users upon which the company is delivering multiple Internet-based communication services.

mio TV was launched commercially on 20 July 2007 and began its services on 21 July 2007.[2]

Contents

List of channels by mio TV

The service features 48 channels, including free-to-air channels by MediaCorp, blockbuster movies as well as a Cantonese movie channel. It also offers HDTV channels. SingTel mio TV has been awarded the coveted media rights to the UEFA Champions League and UEFA Europa League 2009-2012.[3] In addition, SingTel has won the rights to air Barclays English Premier League matches across its platforms, as well as exclusive broadcast rights to ESPN STAR Sports for mio TV.[4]

List of channels as of December 2009.

Channel Name Language Link
Preview
0 mio TV Promo English Official Website
1 mio TV Preview Official Website
Free To Air
2 MediaCorp Channel 5 English Official Website
3 MediaCorp Channel 8 Chinese Official Website
4 MediaCorp Suria Malay Official Website
5 MediaCorp Vasantham Tamil Official Website
6 MediaCorp Channel NewsAsia English Official Website
7 MediaCorp Channel U Chinese Official Website
8 MediaCorp okto English Official Website
9 MediaCorp HD5 English Official Website
HD
10 Voom HD English Official Website
11 Equator HD Official Website
12 Sling HD Official Website
22 Li Official Website
24 WE tv Official Website
51 Sundance Channel Official Website
Entertainment
20 Sony Entertainment Television English Official Website
23 Granada TV English Official Website
Kids and Family
25 BabyFirst TV English Official Website
26 ETTV Yoyo Chinese Official Website
27 Luli - The Channel for Babies English Official Website
29 KidsCo Official Website
Infotainment
21 NDTV Good Times English Official Website
Asia
32 Zee Tamil Tamil Link about it
33 Kalaignar TV Link about it
34 Astro Ria Malay Official Website
35 Astro Aruna Indonesian Official Website
36 Dragon TV Chinese Official Website
37 CCTV-4 Official Website
38 KBS World Korean Official Website
39 Zee Channel Hindi Official Website
Music
40 Zing Hindi Official Website
41 Trace TV English Link about it
News
43 Al Jazeera English English Official Website
44 Euronews Official Website
45 RT Official Website
46 ETTV Asia News Chinese Official Website
47 CCTV-9 English Official Website
48 NDTV 24x7 Official Website
Movies
50 Mei Ah Movies Channel (Asia) Chinese Official Website
International
56 GMA Pinoy TV Filipino Official Website
57 DW-TV Asia German, English Official Website
58 Australia Network English

Official Website

Sports
61 Football Frenzy English Official Website
62 Football Frenzy 2 English Official Website
63 Football Frenzy 3 English Official Website
116 ESPNEWS English

Official Website

Chinese
71 ETTV Asia Chinese Official Website
72 Asia Plus Official Website
73 Mei Ah Drama Channel Official Website

On Demand Channels

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