Vintage Television (earlier known as Vintage Enterprises and Vintage Sports) is a sports-oriented media company and became well known as the TV coverage partner of Philippine Basketball Association from 1982 to 1999. It was absorbed by Philippine media giant Viva Entertainment in 2000.
In 1978, Vintage Sports was founded by Carlos "Bobong" Velez and Ricky Velez. Their first major program was the coverage of the Philippine Basketball Association games in 1982. The games were aired over the government-owned People's Television network.
Vintage Sports transferred to Intercontinental Broadcasting Corporation in 1996 signing a P600-million deal with the network. Other shows also came in other years like Blow by Blow, Philippine Basketball League games, Hot Stuff and others.
Vintage Sports was renamed "Vintage Television" in 1998, and produced more programs for IBC. The company was later bought by media giant Viva Entertainment in 1999 following the effects of the 1997 Asian economic crisis.
- Blow by Blow (1994-1999) (aired on PTV from 1994-1995 and IBC from 1996-1999)
- PBA on Vintage Sports (1982-1999) (aired on City2 from 1982-1983, MBS/PTV from 1984-1995 and IBC from 1996-1999)
- PBL on Vintage Sports (1990-1998) (aired on PTV from 1990–1991 and IBC from 1997–1998, 1999)
- Hot Stuff (1996-1999)
- NBA on Vintage Sports (1996-1999)
- WNBA Games (1997–1999)
- NFL Games (1996)
- Kabayo, Karera, Karerista (1996-1999)
- Fastbreak (1999-2000)
- NCAA Games (1998–1999)
- UAAP Metropop Games (1982–1997)
- The Philippine 9-Ball Challenge (1994−1997)
- Tukaan (1998–2000)
- Sagupaan (1999-2000)
- Superbowl (1997–1999)
- World Championship Wrestling (1997–1998)
- Asian Games (1990, 1994, 1998)
- William Jones Cup (1998)
- NBA Jam (1996–1999)
- NBA Action (1996–1999)
- Banahaw Broadcasting Corporation (now ABS-CBN) (1982–1983)
- People's Television Network (1984–1995)
- Intercontinental Broadcasting Corporation (1996–1999)
- ESPN Philippines (1997–1999)
- GMA Network (1982–1997)