Television in the Philippines

Television in the Philippines

Television in the Philippines was introduced in 1953. This article lists television networks broadcasting in the Philippines. The major free-to-air networks are popularly known by their flagship channels (e.g. ABC-5 [Manila] instead of simply ABC).



*Intercontinental Broadcasting Corporation
*National Broadcasting Network
*Radio Philippines Network



*ABS-CBN Broadcasting Corporation (ABS-CBN)
*Associated Broadcasting Company (ABC)
*GMA Network (GMA)


*Eagle Broadcasting Corporation (Net 25)
*Progressive Broadcasting Corporation (UNTV 37)
*Rajah Broadcasting Network (RJTV)
*Radio Mindanao Network (RMN)
*Southern Broadcasting Network (SBN)
*Studio 23 (ABS-CBN affiliate)
*Q (television network) (GMA affiliate)
*ZOE Broadcasting Network


*Banahaw Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
*Citynet Television (DWDB-TV 27)
*Kanlaon Broadcasting System (KBS 9)
*Radio Mindanao Network CTV 31 (DWKC-TV 31)
*Nation Broadcasting Company (MTV Philippines)
*Mareco Broadcasting Network (DWBM-TV)
*Byers Communications (UHF Channel 68)


*ACQ-Kingdom Broadcasting Network (ACQ-KBN)
*Catholic Media Network (CMN)
*Divine Mercy Channel (DMC)
*Delta Broadcasting System (El Shaddai-affiliate)
*GEM-TV Christian Era Broadcasting Service, Inc. (Iglesia ni Cristo-affiliate)
*Gateway UHF Broadcasting (3ABN)
*Cebu Catholic Television Network (CCTN 47 Cebu City)


*Asian Pacific Broadcasting Company, Inc. (GMA-TV 6 DYXX Iloilo)
*Bayan Productions
*ConAmor Broadcasting Systems
*CCI Asia
*DXZB/TV 13 Cooperative (IBC 13 Zamboangga)
*Jesuit Communications
*Our Lady Foundation
*PEC Broadcasting Corporation
*Rinconada Broadcasting Corporation
*Sumuroy Broadcasting Corporation


*ABS-CBN Regional Network Group
*An Waray Broadcasting Corporation
*Bicol Broadcasting System
*Calbayog Community Broadcasting Corporation
*Cebu Catholic Television Network
*Central Luzon Television
*First United Broadcasting Corporation
*Golden Broadcast Professionals, Inc.
*Ipil Broadcasting System
*Masawa Broadcasting Corporation
*Masbate Community Broadcasting Corporation
*Mindanao Institute of Technology-Radio & Television Network
*Northern Mindanao Broadcasting System
*Palawan Broadcasting Corporation
*PBN Broadcasting Network, Inc.
*Sarraga Integrating & Management Corporation
*Subic Broadcasting Corporation


=ABS-CBN affiliates=

*ABS-CBN International
*ABS-CBN News Channel
*DZMM TeleRadyo
*Kapamilya Channel
*Knowledge Channel
*Lifestyle Network
*TFC (The Filipino Channel)
* Bayan Productions

All Youth Channel

*MTV Philippines

Discovery Communications

*Animal Planet
*Discovery Channel
*Discovery Home & Health
*Discovery Real Time
*Discovery Science
*Discovery Travel & Living

Disney Channel

*Disney Channel Asia
*Playhouse Disney Channel Asia
*Toon Disney (soon in the Philippines in 2009)

=GMA Network Worldwide=

*GMA Life TV
*GMA Pinoy TV

HBO Television Network

*Cinemax Asia
*HBO Asia
*HBO Family
*HBO Signature

Solar Entertainment Corporation

*2nd Avenue
*Basketball TV
*C/S Origin
*ETC Channel
*Jack TV
*Shop TV
*Solar All Access
*Solar Sports

PE Networks

*Animax Asia
*AXN Asia
*AXN Beyond
*MGM Networks
*Sony Entertainment Television Asia

STAR TV (Satellite Television for Asian Region Philippines)

* [Channel V|Channel [V] International]
*ESPN Philippines
*Fox Crime Asia
*FX Asia
*Fox News Channel
*Nat Geo Adventure Philippines
*Nat Geo Music Philippines
*National Geographic Channel Philippines
*Phoenix Chinese Channel
*Phoenix InfoNews Channel
*STAR Chinese Movies (Available only in SkyCable Premium)
*STAR Gold (Available only in SkyCable Premium)
*STAR News (Available only in SkyCable Premium)
*STAR One (Available only in SkyCable Premium)
*STAR Plus
*STAR Sports
*STAR World
*The History Channel
*Xing Kong (Available in selected cities except Mega Manila)

Turner Broadcasting System (Philippines)

*Cartoon Network (Philippines)
*CNN International
*Headline News
*Turner Classic Movies

VIVA Entertainment

*PBO-Pinoy Box Office
*VIVA Prime Channel

Catholic Media Network

*CMN Radio
*TV Maria

Radio Channels

*DZRH RadyoVision (from MBC Radio)


*Arirang TV
*Asian Food Channel
*BBC World News
*Channel News Asia
*Chat & Shop TV
*CNBC Asia
*Crime & Investigation Network (South East Asia)
*Cube iTV
*Destiny KTV
*Divine Mercy Channel
*Dream Cinema
*Emmanuel TV
*EWTN Pacific Rim
*Flip TV
*Global Destiny Barker Channel
*Global News Network (GNN)
*Iglesia ni Cristo Television
*KBS World
*Living Asia Channel
*Mabuhay Channel
*Makisig Network
*mySKY Channel
*NHK World
*PCTV (Philippine Cable Television)
*Premiere TV
*Radio Maria Philippines
*Sine Pinoy
*Sky Sked
*TBN International
*The Biography Channel (soon in the Philippines in 2009)
*The History Channel
*TOP (The Old Path Channel)
*TV Maria
*TVE Internacional
*TV Natin
*TXT Network
*United Shelter Health Products
*Winner TV Shopping
*Wins Filipino Channel

Former/Defunct Cable Channels

*21st Century Entertainment
*DVMC: Dream Video Music Channel
*I Channel
*Isla Channel
*Juice Channel
*Lakbay TV
*Link TV
*Lounge TV
*Metro TV
*Moneyline Telerate
*New Life TV Shopping
*Pinoy Blockbuster Channel (renamed Cinema One)
*PPV English
*PPV Tagalog
*Prime Channel (renamed Viva Prime Channel)
*Real Estate Channel
*Sky 1 (the Filipino Channel) (renamed as Pinoy Blockbuster Channel and now Cinema One)
*SKY Info Channel
*SNN: Sarimanok News Network (renamed ABS-CBN News Channel)
*Soho Central
*Solar USA
*Tech TV
*Vid-OK Channel (renamed MYX)
*Viva Cinema (renamed Pinoy Box Office)

ee also

* SkyCable
* Global Destiny Cable
* Dream Satellite TV
* Cablelink Philippines

External links

* [ Skycable Website]
* [ Global Destiny Website]
* [ Dream Satellite TV Website]
* [ Cablelink Website]

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title = Cable & Satellite TV Provider in Philippines
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list2 = Dream Satellite TV

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