Channel GMM 25 (simply GMM 25) is a Thai digital terrestrial television channel owned by GMM Grammy and operated by The One Enterprise. The network offers a variety of content such as drama, music, news and entertainment programs targeting teenagers.[1][2]

GMM 25
Broadcast areaThailand
Malaysia (Perlis, Kedah, Perak, Kelantan and Terengganu)
HeadquartersGMM Grammy Place , Asok Montri Rd., Watthana, Bangkok, Thailand
Picture format720p HDTV
OwnerGMM Grammy
(GMM Channel Co., Ltd.)
Sister channelsOne 31
Launched25 May 2014; 9 years ago (2014-05-25)
Former namesG-25 (pre-launch)
BiG (2014)
GMM Channel (2014–2016)
Digital terrestrial televisionChannel 25 (TV5 MUX5)

It also airs some programs produced by GMMTV, including teen and Yaoi and Yuri (also known as "Boys Love" and “Girls Love” or simply "BL" and “GL”) drama series daily evenings at 20:30 (8:30 pm), and weekend TV shows (mid-morning and late-night).

GMM 25 was launched on 25 May 2014 after GMM Grammy was awarded with a digital TV license from the National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Committee in December 2013.

The network has also partnered with Viu and Line TV in providing full re-runs of its programs.[3][4]

The CEO of GMM25 is Takonkiet Viravan, who is also the Managing Director of The One Enterprise and One 31.

Presenters edit

  • Orrarin Yamokgul
  • Saranpat Tangpaisanthanakul
  • Nitirath Buachan
  • Yanin Yanachpaween
  • Chainon Hankhirirat
  • Naowanan Bamrungpruek
  • Somapol Piyapongsiri
  • Pajaree Na Nakhon
  • Krit Jenpanichkarn
  • Anuwat Fuengthongdang
  • Kanyarat Phimsawat
  • Aniporn Chalermburanawong
  • Chawankon Wattanaphisitkul
  • Phat Chanapantarak
  • Kachapha Tancharoen
  • Worarit Fuengarom
  • Chaowalit Srimankongtham
  • Thanatphan Buranacheewavilai
  • Warinda Damrongpol
  • Morakot Sangthaweep
  • Chalermpol Tikhampornthirawong

References edit

  1. ^ "GMM25 G"MM' GRAMMY". Archived from the original on 16 April 2017. Retrieved 14 April 2017.
  2. ^ "GMM Grammy to invest Bt6 billion". The Nation Thailand. 3 March 2015. Retrieved 7 December 2019.
  3. ^ "Line TV aims to top online video platform this year". Bangkok Post. 21 February 2018. Retrieved 7 December 2019.
  4. ^ "Grammy gains OTT foothold with Viu". Bangkok Post. 17 May 2018. Retrieved 7 December 2019.

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