Cebu Catholic Television Network

Cebu Catholic Television Network is a Philippine TV station in Cebu City. The station's studios located at the CCTN Broadcast Center, Cardinal Rosales Avenue, Cebu Business Park, Cebu City. This also known as the first Catholic TV station on free TV.

Mission

To provide the audience with CLEAN TV by creating programs which promote moral values and making evangelization entertaining and easy to understand.

Vision

To be the World's leading and most viewed TV Network propagating the Catholic Faith through the love of GOD by guiding people to live in accordance to HIS most Holy Will.

About Us

Brief History

Cebu Catholic Television Network Channel 47 (CCTN) spawned from the vision of its founder, Nonito “Dodong” Limchua. After his successful stint in the cable business he decided to venture in healthy family relationship programs that supports and promotes Gospel values and bring the Catholic Church message to the people. Since he and wife Diana are devout Catholics, they have touched human hearts in their involvement in Life in the Spirit Seminars. It was at this point when they realized that such goal was not too difficult to achieve after all.

Together, they shared their vision with the Archbishop of Cebu, Ricardo Cardinal Vidal and the latter supported them in their desire for others to see the face of Christ through professional coverage of events, documentaries and issues emanating from or concerning the Catholic Church. As later events proved, what was once a man’s dream became a couple’s vision and now a visible reality.

trong Leadership

The company has dedicated and experienced professionals. Its people-mix was influenced by the type of leadership exemplified by the Chairman of the Board, President and Directors.

To achieve total quality in value formation and TV programming, a highly trained group of various but complementing disciplines banded to form CCTN 47. Their collective capabilities personalize the standards of excellence, dedication, and professionalism that the company strictly follows.

Programming Objectives

The programs of the station simply showcase the mission and policies of the company.

Promote services and programs provided by the Archdiocese and/or its parishes in order to encourage strong community participation.

Enhance and reinforce the image of it’s the catholic community through quality local production and other programming from contracted services.

Provide informational and cultural programming (including those that serve the needs of the “special population”) that is directly related to CCTN’s mission and goals particularly those that are not provided by other television operators in the area.

Promote CCTN programming and its other related services to cable subscribers in Visayas and Mindanao through locally produced public service announcements, sitcoms, dramas, etc.

Target Market

All viewers across all socio-economic classes and age groups with particular focus on
*The Youth - The Next Generation of Faithfuls
*Roman Catholic families.
*Followers of other religious denominations.

inTV-CCTN Programs

*Angel Force
*Babaye
*Balita Karon
*Balita sa Alas-Dose
*Bangkilan
*Bible Story
*Cardinal Filler
*Clear Cut Tonight
*Community Bulletin
*Daily Mass
*Dalit sa Gugma
*Dear Tatay
*Dugong Sagrado
*Family Rosary Crusade Cebu edition
*Gugmang Dakog Mata
*Handurawan
*Hello Cebu Maayong Buntag Pinoy
*Hercules
*Hudyaka sa Plaza
*Huni Sa Kabuntagon
*Katin-Awan sa Patuo
*Kerygma TV
*Lailani/For Mama
*Lamok sa Suok
*Lusad
*Men of Light
*Paghigmata
*Pagpakabana Katawhan
*Partners in Law
*Prototaloy
*Rosalinda
*Saksi Ang Mga Bitoon
*Salamat sa Musika
*Sam Enchanted Evening
*Sayri
*Scoop @ Baseline
*Secret Angel
*Sports
*Steve Rey
*Talk Show Classic
*Tele-Aralan
*The Angelus & The 3 O'Clock Prayer to the Divine Mercy
*Tres Metros
*Wake Up Call

TV Station

*DYCC-TV 47 Metro Cebu

Reach

Cebu City and Province, Northern Area up to Bogo, Southern Area up to Samboan. Outside Cebu: Tagbilaran City, Tubigon, Clarin, Inabanga, Buenavista, Getape, Pilar, Loboc, Carmen, Loon, Calape, Ubay, Bien Unidol; Dumaguete, Bais City, Tanjay City, Bayawan City, Sibulan, San Jose, Amlan, Pamplona, Manjuyod, Bindoy, Ayungon, Tayasan, Jimalalud, La Liberta, Gihulngan, Villahermosa, Bakong, Dauin, Zamboanguita, Siaton, Santa Catalina, Neg. Occ. San Carlos City, Kanlaon City, Silay, Escalante City, Cadiz City, Toboso, Calatrava; Leyte – Maasin City, Matalom, Bato, Hilongos, Hindang, Inupakan, Baybay, Albuera, Isabel, Merida, Palompon, Villaba, San Isidro. Butuan City, Cabadbaran, Magallanes, RTR, Buenvavista, Nasipit. Misamis Occidental, Ozamis City, Clarin, Tudela. Samar: Calbayog City, Sta. Margarita. Siquijor,- Larena, Enrique Villanueva, Maria, Lazi, San Juan.Now beaming via MABUHAY SATELLITE uplinked by PLDT, REACHING THE WHOLE COUNTRY AND ASIA!

Worldwide reach via www.live.intv.com.ph SATELLITE FEED via AGILA 2 C-BAND Frequency:3873 Symbol Rate:2532 PEC Rate: ¾ Polarization: Vertical C-Band The C-Band footprint of Agila2 covers over 20 countries in Asia. It also has a spotbeam in Hawaii where teleport operators receive Agila2 signals and turn it around to US mainland via satellite or submarine cables. Power at Center of Coverage (COC): 42dbW Power at Edge of Coverage (EOC): 34 dbW

CCTN on Cable TV

Affiliates

*FIL PRODUCTS GROUP OF COMPANIES
*DUMAGUETE CABLE TV
*BOGO CABLE TV
*BAIS CABLE TV
*BAYAWAN CABLE TV
*ROXAS CABLE TV
*TACLOBAN CABLE TV
*COTABATO CABLE TV
*SURIGAO CABLE TV
*BOHOL COMMUNITY CABLE TV
*CALBAYOG
*TANJAY

External Links

[http://www.intv.com.ph/ inTV-CCTN's offical website]


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