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Kapamilya Channel (lit. ’Family Channel’, stylized as Kapamilya channel) is a Philippine pay television network owned and operated by ABS-CBN Corporation. The network began broadcast on June 13, 2020 at 5:30 a.m. with Kapamilya Daily Mass as their first program.

The network was set up as a replacement of the main terrestrial ABS-CBN network which ceased free-to-air broadcast operations as ordered by the National Telecommunications Commission (NTC) on May 5, 2020, due to the lapsing of its legislative franchise. It carries many of programs that ABS-CBN aired prior to the stoppage.

The network is seen via selected most cable and satellite providers that are members of the Philippine Cable Television Association (PCTA), including ABS-CBN’s Sky Cable and Sky Direct, filing up the main terrestrial ABS-CBN network’s vacated channel assignments. This allows ABS-CBN Corporation to continue producing and distributing content while the outcome of their congressional franchise application is still pending since the NTC’s cease and desist order for ABS-CBN only covers Channel 2 and its other free-to-air television and radio stations.

The network also streams live and makes most of its shows available on the streaming service iWant. Although the network itself is available only in the Philippines, most of its local programs are available on ABS-CBN’s international subscription service TFC.

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