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Mnet (TV channel)

Mnet (acronym of Music Network) is a South Korean pay television music channel owned by CJ E&M, a division of CJ ENM, part of CJ Group.

Mnet
Music Makes One Mnet Logo.png
Launched1993
Owned byCJ ENM E&M Division (CJ Group)
Picture format1080i HDTV
(downscaled to 16:9 480i for the SDTV feed)
SloganWe Are K-Pop
CountrySouth Korea
HeadquartersCJ E&M Center, Sangam-dong, Mapo-gu
Formerly calledMusic Network
(1993-1995)
Sister channel(s)Mnet Japan
Mnet America
Mnet Europe
tvN Korea
XtvN
tvN Asia
O tvN
OnStyle
O'live
OCN
Channel CGV
Chunghwa TV
OGN
Tooniverse
DIA TV
Websitetv.mnet.com
Availability
Satellite
SkyLife (South Korea)Channel 46 (HD)
Dish Network (United States)Channel 128
DirecTV (United States)Channel 138
SkyCable (Philippines)Channel 191 (Digital)
Verizon Fios (United States)Channel 229 (SD)
Channel 729 (HD)
Time Warner Cable (United States)Channel 126 (Hawaii)
Comcast (United States)Channel 682 (Chicago)
IPTV
HanaTVChannel 23 (HD)
Olleh TVChannel 153 (HD)
U + TVChannel 23 (HD)
Streaming media
MwaveWatch Live (Selected Shows Only.)

The CJ E&M Center Studio located in Sangam-dong, Mapo-gu, Seoul is the broadcast and recording centre of many Mnet programs with a studio audience, namely the live weekly music show M Countdown.[1] It is also the venue for live performances in survival shows such as Show Me The Money, Unpretty Rapstar, Produce 101 (seasons one and two), Idol School, Produce 48, and Produce X 101. The global website named for Mnet Global changed to MWave in April 2013. Other sites from Mnet are not affected with the change.[2]

HistoryEdit

SlogansEdit

Year Slogan Hangul
1995–1999 South Korea music channel m.net 한국의 음악채널 m.net
2000–2001 Channel in my mind m.net 내 마음속의 채널 m.net
2001–2003 Korean music channel m.net 한국인의 음악채널 m.net
2003–2004, 2007–2008 Enjoy It! m.net 즐겨봐! m.net
January 2005–July 2005 m.net 10th anniversary, full m.net! m.net 10년, 완전엠넷!
July 2005–2007 Hello, my name is Mnet!
2008–2010 Beyond music[3]
2010–2011 All about 20's
2011–2013, 2013 – December 2016

(Still in use; main slogan)

Music makes one[4]
April 2013–October 7, 2013 Jump! Mnet[5] juMp! 엠넷
January 2014 – December 2016 KPop makes one
January 2017 – January 2019 Move me, move the world, moveMnet
June 2018 – January 2019 Mnet makes new K-pop star & trends
January 2019 – present We Are K-POP

ProgrammingEdit

Current programmingEdit

Music programmingEdit

  • M Countdown
  • Daily Music Talk
  • M Evening
  • Live on M
  • MUSICEXPRESS
  • MUSIC X CURATION
  • MPD MUSIC TALK
  • MPD Music Video Commentary
  • M2 Today's Song Weekly Chart
  • Mnet Present
  • M Super Concert

Special eventsEdit

Awards (hosted by Mnet)

Upcoming programmingEdit

Former programmingEdit

  • M terview
  • Be Stupid
  • Dirty Talk
  • Fun & Joy
  • Love & Hate
  • MLive
  • Mnet Special
  • Mnet Star
  • M WIDE ENEWS
  • Music Spotlight
  • Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter Forest
  • Boys & Girls Music Countdown (2007–2010)
  • Girls' Generation Goes to School (2007)
  • Girls' Generation's Factory Girl (2008)
  • Wonder Bakery (2008)
  • Kara Bakery (2009)
  • BIGBANG TV (2009)
  • 2NE1 TV (2009–2011)
  • Nicole The Entertainer's Introduction to Veterinary Science (2009–2010)
  • Superstar K (co-produced by Signal Entertainment Group; simulcast on tvN) (2009–2016)
  • Beatles Code (2010, 2013)
  • M! Pick (2011)
  • Real Homme (2011)
  • K-Pop Star Hunt (2011–2014)
  • MyDOL (2012) (co-produced by Jellyfish Entertainment)
  • Boyfriend's W Academy (2012)
  • The God of music (2012, 2016)
  • The Voice of Korea (2012–2013)
  • JJANG! (2012–2013)
  • M Countdown Begins (Formerly RT M Countdown) (2012–2015)
  • M-GIGS (2012–2016)
  • BLACK CAST (2013)
  • The Voice Kids (2013)
  • Signal B (2013)
  • Image Fighter 2013 (2013)
  • Superhit (2013)
  • Enemy of Broadcasting (2013)
  • WINNER TV (2013)
  • YG's Win: Who Is Next (2013) (co-produced by YG Entertainment)
  • Dancing 9 (2013–2014)
  • Rain Effect (2013–2014)
  • tune up with Mnet (2013–2014)
  • Idol Battle (2014)
  • Beatles Code 3D (2014)
  • American Hustle Life (2014)
  • Moon Hee-joon's Pure 15 (2014)
  • Mix & Match (2014) (co-produced by YG Entertainment)
  • Block B's Live! 5 Minutes Before Chaos (2014)
  • Exo 90:2014 (2014)
  • XOXO Exo (2014)
  • Superstar K 6 all-star concert (2014)
  • This Is Infinite (2014)
  • Trot X (2014)
  • Foul Interview 4 Things Show (2014–2015)
  • The Singer Game (2014)
  • 100 Seconds War (2014)
  • Idol Make-up Recipe (2014)
  • Kim Bum Soo Comeback Show (2014)
  • No.Mercy (2014–2015)
  • MAMA Hidden Story (2014)
  • Super Idol Chart Show (2014–2015)
  • Superstar K6 B-SIDE (2014–2015)
  • Hologram (2015)
  • Heart a Tag (2015)
  • Headliner (2015)
  • Monthly Live Connection (2015)
  • One Night Study (2015) (co-produced by FNC Entertainment)
  • Sixteen (2015) (co-produced by JYP Entertainment and Koen Media)
  • Ya-man TV (2015)
  • Superstar K BEFORE & AFTER (2015)
  • Unpretty Rapstar (2015–2016)
  • Produce 101 (2016–2017)
  • Boys24 (2016) (co-produced by Live Works Company and N2 Studios, simulcast on tvN)[6][7]
  • d.o.b : Dance or Band (2016) (co-produced by FNC Entertainment)
  • Finding Momo Land (co-produced by Duble Kick Entertainment and twin7 Entertainment)[8]
  • I.O.I Comeback Countdown (2016)
  • Lady bees (2016) (co-produced by Zhejiang TV, For Zhejiang TV)[9]
  • LAN Cable Friends I.O.I (2016)
  • MIXTAPE (2016)
  • Monsta X's Right Now! (2016)
  • Me&7Men (co-produced by Plan A Entertainment and CK1 Media) (2016)
  • PAN STEALER (2016)
  • Pentagon Maker (2016) (co-produced by Cube Entertainment)[10]
  • Really Really Really Miss You Show (2016)
  • Sing Street (2016)
  • Standby I.O.I (2016)
  • Twice's Private Life (2016)
  • We Kid (simulcast on tvN) (2016)
  • Would You Like Girls: My Cosmic Diary (2016) (co-produced by Starship Entertainment and Urban Works Media)
  • Hit the Stage (simulcast on tvN) (2016)
  • New YANG NAM SHOW (rename form YANG and NAM SHOW) (2016–2017)
  • Golden Tambourine (2016–2017)
  • Wiki BOYS24 (co-produced by Live Works Company and N2 Studios) (2017)
  • BOYS24 SEMI FINAL (co-produced by Live Works Company and N2 Studios) (2017)
  • A-IF-Ril (co-produced by DSP Media) (2017)
  • Dodaeng's Diary in LA (co-produced by Fantagio) (2017)
  • Woollim Pick 2017 (co-produced by Woollim Entertainment) (2017)
  • Wanna One Premier Show Con (2017)
  • SNOWBALL PROJECT (co-produced by S.M. Entertainment and Mystic Entertainment) (2017)
  • Comeback Show – BTS DNA (co-produced by Big Hit Entertainment) (2017)
  • BTS Countdown (co-produced by Big Hit Entertainment) (2017)
  • Idol School (co-produced Take One Studio) (2017)
  • My Love My Friend (2017)
  • JustBeJoyful JBJ (co-produced by LOEN Entertainment) (2017)
  • Project S : Devil's Talent Donation (2017)
  • fromis_'s room (2017)
  • Stray Kids (co-produced by JYP Entertainment) (2017)
  • Wanna One Go (co-produced by YMC Entertainment) (2017)
  • Wanna One Nothing Without You Comeback]] (co-produced by YMC Entertainment) (2017)
  • Wanna One Go Zero Base (co-produced by YMC Entertainment) (2017)
  • The Master (2017–2018)
  • Wanna One Comeback "I Promise You" (co-produced by YMC Entertainment) (2018)
  • Heize COMEBACK SHOW (2018)
  • idolity (2018)
  • COMEBACK SOLID Into the Light (2018)
  • BTS Comeback Show – Highlight Reel (co-produced by Big Hit Entertainment)
  • BREAKERS (2018)
  • Finding Hero: Geek Tour (2018)
  • SVT Club (co-produced by Pledis Entertainment) (2018)
  • Wanna One Go X-CON!]] (co-produced by Swing Entertainment) (2018)
  • The Call (2018)
  • SHINee's BACK (co-produced by SM Entertainment) (2018)
  • Produce 48 (simulcast on Mnet Japan, BS SKY PerfecTV!(Japan)) (2018)
  • Love Catcher (2018)
  • LIVE QUIZ ON (2018)
  • RunBTS (co-produced by Big Hit Entertainment) (2018)
  • Code Name is ATEEZ (co-produced by KQ Entertainment) (2018)
  • Got7 Comeback Show – Present: YOU (co-produced by JYP Entertainment) (2018)
  • A Battle of One Voice: 300 (Rerun from tvN) (2018)
  • GOT YA! GWSN (co-produced by Kiwi Media Group) (2018)
  • Bultoen Honkono (불토엔 혼코노) (2018)
  • IZ*ONE 'COLOR*IZ' SHOW–CON (co-produced by Off the Record Entertainment) (2018)
  • Tutor(2018)
  • Got7's Hard Carry 2 (co-produced by JYP Entertainment) (2018)
  • The Kkondae Live (2018)
  • Show Me the Money (2012–2018)
  • IZ*ONE CHU (co-produced by Off The Record Entertainment) (2018)
  • NOW VERIVERY (co-produced by Jellyfish Entertainment) (2018)
  • Wanna One Comeback Show "Power of Destiny (co-produced by Swing Entertainment) (2018)
  • Premier Showcase VERIVERY (co-produced by Jellyfish Entertainment) (2019)
  • TOMORROW X TOGETHER DEBUT CELEBRATION SHOW (co-produced by Big Hit Entertainment) (2019)
  • SUPER INTERN (co-produced by JYP Entertainment) (2019)
  • UHSN (2019)
  • Produce X 101 (2019)
  • ONE DREAM.TXT (co-produced by Big Hit Entertainment) (2019)
  • X1 PREMIER SHOW-CON (co-produced by Swing Entertainment) (2019)
  • X1 FLASH (2019)
  • Queendom (2019)

DramasEdit

  • Monstar (2013)
  • Hero (2013)
  • Mimi (2014)
  • Entertain Us (2014)
  • Persevere, Gu Hae-ra (2015)
  • The Lover (2015)

AwardsEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "How to apply for K-Pop Music Shows". Korea Tourism Organization. Retrieved 3 June 2012.
  2. ^ "Mnet". Mwave (Global). Retrieved 23 November 2013.
  3. ^ "mnet channel id". leekyuwang. Vimeo.
  4. ^ "Mnet channel ID (Main ver.)". Mnet. YouTube.
  5. ^ "jump! Mnet Main Promotion". mnetartworks. Vimeo.
  6. ^ "CJ E&M Reveals Boy Group Survival Show "Boys24" Includes Trainees From Top-Notch Agencies - Soompi". www.soompi.com.
  7. ^ "'Produce 101' to air male version 'Boy 24' next month". 8 May 2016.
  8. ^ "[단독] Mnet, 新 걸그룹 리얼리티 론칭…'모모랜드를 찾아서'".
  9. ^ "Nicky Wu and Nicolas Tse Produce and Mentor the Chinese Reality Idol Show Lady Bees - A Koala's Playground". 20 February 2016.
  10. ^ "Members of Cube's New Boy Group Pentagon To Be Confirmed Through "Pentagon Maker" Reality Program - Soompi". www.soompi.com.

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