Pinoy Box Office
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Pinoy Box Office
Pinoy Box Office
Pinoy Box Office new logo 2015.png
LaunchedMay 6, 1996
NetworkViva Television
Owned byViva Entertainment
Picture format1080i HDTV
(downscaled to 16:9 480i/576i for the SDTV feed)
Audience share85.46% (November 2014, Kantar Media Philippines)
SloganPaborito ng Bayan (The Nation's Favorite)
LanguageFilipino, English
Broadcast areaNationwide
Formerly calledViva Cinema (1996-2003)
Sister channel(s)Viva TV
Sari-Sari Channel
K Movies Pinoy
Cignal TVChannel 41
G SatChannel 38
Sky DirectChannel 20
OSNChannel 950
Sky Cable / Destiny CableChannel 60 (Digital)
CablelinkChannel 52
Pioneer Cable Vision (PCVI) (Baybay, Leyte)Channel 45
Bukidnon Z5 Cable (Bukidnon)Channel 30
SPC-New World Cable TV (Bulacan)Channel 45
Parasat Cable TV (Cagayan de Oro)Channel 22
Fil Products (Ozamiz)Channel 41
Fil Products (Butuan)Channel 33
Surigao Cable TV (Surigao)Channel 64

Pinoy Box Office is a Philippine pay television film channel owned by Viva Entertainment.

Former PBO logo used from August 1, 2003 to February 28, 2015


The channel was originally launched as Viva Cinema on May 6, 1996, in partnership between Viva Entertainment in the Philippines and Star TV (later simply rebranded as Star in 2001) in Hong Kong.

On July 10, 2003, Star announced that the joint venture with Viva Entertainment would not be renewed,[] meaning Viva Cinema would be closed down on July 31, 2003. On August 1, 2003, Viva Cinema was rebranded as Pinoy Box Office[1].

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