MOV may refer to:
- MOV (x86 instruction), a mnemonic for the copying of data from one location to another in the x86 assembly language
- .mov, filename extension for the QuickTime multimedia file format
- Metal oxide varistor, an electronic component with a significant non-ohmic current-voltage characteristic
- Marconi-Osram Valve, a former British manufacturer of vacuum tubes
- The Merchant of Venice, a play by William Shakespeare
- MOV (TV channel), a Portuguese television channel operated by ZON Multimédia
- Member of the Order of the Volta, one of the highest national awards of Ghana
- MOV (album), a 1999 album by R&B group Men of Vizion
- Motor-operated valve, a style of valve actuator for controlling flow in pipes
MOV is a Portuguese basic cable and satellite television channel operated by Dreamia SLU, a joint venture between AMC Networks International Iberia and NOS. MOV was launched on December 1, 2007, by NOS, then Zon TV Cabo. The company included MOV in the joint Venture with AMC, in order to increase the channel's programming library, with new TV series and films.
On May 21, 2008, MOV did a major rebranding, including simulcasting in HD. The channel airs mainly TV series and movies. Along with corporate sibling SportTV, MOV premiered idents, continuity and imagery produced by Red Bee Media.
MOV (also titled Men of Vizion) is the second album by R&B group Men of Vizion released by MJJ Music on May 4, 1999. The album had a noticeable change in sound as producer Teddy Riley was mostly absent from this album, save for the song "I Need Love". MOV is also noticeable for being their first album with an all new line-up as original members Brian DeRamus, Corley Randolph and Desmond T. Greggs would depart from the group. They were replaced by Michael Jones, DeWayne Best and Anthony Fuller- formerly of the early 90's quintet Riff.
They worked with producer Fred Jerkins III (brother of producer Rodney Jerkins) on MOV, who produced the first single "Do You Feel Me (...Freak You)". The song also appears in remix form as a ballad under the title "If I Told You". This album is notable for the song "Miracles", which was one of the final songs penned by singer-songwriter Kenny Greene before his passing in 2001.