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ABS-CBN is a Philippine commercial terrestrial free TV broadcast and new media network that serves as the flagship property of ABS-CBN Broadcasting Corporation, a company under the Lopez Group. The network is headquartered at the ABS-CBN Broadcasting Center in Quezon City, with additional offices and production facilities in 25 major cities including Laoag, Dagupan, Baguio, Tuguegarao, Isabela, Pampanga, Batangas, Palawan, Naga and Legazpi from Luzon, Iloilo, Bacolod, Dumaguete, Cebu and Tacloban from Visayas, Iligan, Cagayan de Oro, Butuan, Davao, General Santos, Cotabato, Pagadian and Zamboanga from Mindanao. ABS-CBN is colloquially referred to as the Kapamilya Network; this branding was originally introduced since 1999 and was officially introduced in 2003 during the celebration of its 50th anniversary. ABS-CBN is the largest media company in the country in terms of revenues, assets, and international coverage. It is a 21 hours general news and entertainment channel, as well as American and Asian series.

Its programming is generalist with a locally and foreign-produced shows, ranging from talk, lifestyle, drama, reality, kids, religious, movies, news, current affairs, politics, sports, fictional, opinions, features and business, public service and regional shows.

The channel is available on analog and digital terrestrial, cable, satellite and IPTV. This allowed ABS-CBN Broadcasting Corporation to continue producing and distributing content while the outcome of their congressional franchise application was still pending at that time.

ABS-CBN is the first and oldest television broadcaster in Southeast Asia and one of the oldest commercial television broadcasters in Asia. It has also been the leading television network in the Philippines with advertising revenues of 21.2 billion pesos for the fiscal year of 2015. ABS-CBN's first-ever television broadcast was on October 23, 1953, as Alto Broadcasting System (ABS) on DZAQ-TV, just 3 months after the first broadcast of Japan's NHK General TV and Nippon Television. It is also the first television network in Southeast Asia to broadcast in color, the first television network in the Philippines to formally launch a digital terrestrial television service, and the first broadcast television network in the Philippines to formally launch in high-definition.

The flagship television station of ABS-CBN is DWWX-TV. As such, the network is also referred to informally as Channel 2 even if the network is seen in other channel numbers elsewhere in the country. The network operates across the Philippine archipelago through the ABS-CBN Regional division which controls 80 television stations. Its programs are also available outside the Philippines through the global subscription television channel The Filipino Channel (TFC) which is available in over three million paying households worldwide as well as terrestrially in Guam through KEQI-LP. Since 2011, the network has been on test broadcast for digital terrestrial television using the Japanese standard ISDB-T in select areas in the Philippines. It also partnered with KANTAR Media Inc. the ratings provider of ABS-CBN and other media entity. On October 3, 2015, ABS-CBN started to broadcast in high-definition through its affiliate direct-to-home cable and satellite television providers.

History[]

James Lindenberg, the owner of BEC and an American engineer, was the first to apply for a license to the Philippine Congress to establish a television station in 1949. His request was granted on June 14, 1950, under Republic Act No. 511. Because of the strict import controls and the lack of raw materials needed to open a TV station in the Philippines during the mid-20th century, Lindenberg branched to radio broadcasting instead with the sign-on of experimental radio station DZBC.

Judge Antonio Quirino, brother of former President Elpidio Quirino, also tried to apply for a license to Congress, but was denied. He later purchased stocks from BEC and subsequently consummated the controlling stock to rename the company from BEC to Alto Broadcasting System (ABS).

DZAQ-TV began commercial television operations on October 23, 1953; the first fully licensed commercial television station in the Philippines. The first program to air was a garden party at the Quirino residence in Sitio Alto, San Juan. After the premiere telecast, the station followed a four-hour-a-day schedule, from six to ten in the evening.

On June 16, 1955, Republic Act No. 1343 signed by President Ramon Magsaysay granted Manila Chronicle owner Eugenio Lopez, Sr. and former Vice President Fernando Lopez, a radio-TV franchise from the Congress and immediately established Chronicle Broadcasting Network (CBN) on September 24, 1956, which initially focused only on radio broadcasting.

On February 24, 1957, Lopez invited Judge Quirino to his house for breakfast and ABS was bought under a contract written on a table napkin. The corporate name was reverted to Bolinao Electronics Corporation immediately after the purchase of ABS.

With the establishment of DZXL-TV 9 of CBN on April 19, 1958, the Lopez brothers controlled both television channels in the archipelago, culminating in the first wave of expansion. In 1961, BEC launched the nation's first regional and provincial television station in Cebu City.

In 1966, ABS-CBN was among the most advanced broadcasting facility of its kind in Asia. Full-color broadcasts began in 1971 (8 hours a day) on ABS-CBN 2 with the availability of more color television sets around Manila and neighboring municipalities and cities.

When then-President Ferdinand Marcos declared martial law in 1972, the station was forced, along with its regional stations and other television networks, to shut down, and the company was seized from the Lopez brothers.

Its newly built headquarters was renamed as the "Broadcast Plaza", and it became the home of the three TV stations that were controlled by the Marcos regime. The first TV station that took over the facility was the Kanlaon Broadcasting System or KBS-9 (later renamed as Radio Philippines Network or RPN-9 in 1975), after its headquarters and studios at Roxas Boulevard (which ironically previously used by ABS-CBN before moving to Broadcast Center and sold to KBS-9) was destroyed by fire on June 6, 1973. KBS-9 was owned by Marcos crony Roberto Benedicto and was the only TV network that was never shut down by the government in the wake of martial law declaration. In 1974, Benedicto-owned Banahaw Broadcasting Corporation or BBC-2, with call sign changed to DWWX-TV, and the state-run Government Television or GTV-4 (later renamed as Maharlika Broadcasting System or MBS-4), with call sign changed to DWGT-TV, soon also took over the Broadcast Plaza. Both TV stations were previously used by ABS-CBN during the pre-Martial Law era. BBC and RPN were relocated to the Broadcast City compound in Old Balara, Quezon City (along with then-sister station Intercontinental Broadcasting Corporation or IBC) in 1978.

As the People Power Revolution (commonly known as EDSA Revolution) broke out in early 1986, and Marcos' grip on power debilitated, the reformists in the military contended the broadcasting network would be a vital asset for victory. Thus, at 10 am on February 24, 1986, they attacked and took the ABS-CBN Broadcast Center that was then the home of MBS-4 and the long hibernation of the station ended in March.

After Marcos was deposed, the newly created Presidential Commission on Good Government returned the network and its flagship station Channel 2 to the Lopezes but not Channel 4 in June 1986. On September 14, 1986, ABS-CBN went back on the air with the TV special, "We're back!!", broadcasting from what used to be their main garage at the revived Broadcast Center in the pre-Martial Law days. In January 1987, the network was forced to share space in the building that was rightfully their own with the government TV station Channel 4 (until January 22, 1992). At the time, money had been scarce while resources were limited; offices were used as dressing rooms and other equipment such as chairs, tables, and phones were in short supply.

Nine years after the revival on March 30, 1995, Republic Act No. 7966 signed by President Fidel Ramos granted ABS-CBN its legislative franchise for the second time.

During the historic presidential election of 2010, in response to the first automation of the election in the country, ABS-CBN utilized a technology from Orad Hi Tech Systems Ltd. that utilizes the principles of augmented reality.

The technology uses real-time image processing system for live broadcasts of 3D computer-generated imagery against a real set or background. ABS-CBN also utilized what was probably the biggest touch screen display to be used in a Philippine television show. A new set dubbed as the "WAR" (Wireless Audience Response) room was specifically designed for the said election coverage.

The coverage of ABS-CBN became the third top trending topic worldwide on the social networking site Twitter.

In 2018, ABS CBN won 30 awards during the 16th Gawad Tanglaw awards and also won 34 awards during the 32nd Star Awards for Television for their good TV programs and personalities.

Also in December of the same year, ABS-CBN inaugurated its new state-of-the-art sound stages studio complex called Horizon IT Park located at San Jose del Monte, Bulacan which was on par with Hollywood standards. The Phase 1 of the project includes its first two sound stages each sized of 1,500 square meters, with the first stage was named for its chairman emeritus, Eugenio Lopez III who visioned of the new studios, The EL3 Stage. The complex also includes backlots, facilities for its production and post-production, and offices. The studios will be used for its upcoming teleserye The Faithful Wife and its reality singing competition show, Idol Philippines, using the name as "Idol City".

On December 7, 2019, Ayala Corporation aquired AWN Group from ABS-CBN and will Continue Broadcast thru Ayala ownership to avoid Cease and desist order issue by the NTC.

On March 10, 2020, in the wake of the World Health Organization-declared Coronavirus disease 2019 or COVID-19 pandemic that had also spread across the Philippines, as well as President Rodrigo Duterte's declaration of state of public health emergency after the first local transmission of the coronavirus was confirmed, ABS-CBN announced that it would temporarily suspend its admission of studio audience in tapings for its game, talk, variety and reality shows, including Magandang Buhay, It's Showtime, ASAP Natin 'To, Banana Sundae and the second season of the Philippine version of South Korean game show I Can See Your Voice, to provide safety and well-being to its artists, crew and production teams. The aforementioned shows would, however, continue to air in production without a studio audience.

Then, on March 15, 2020, ABS-CBN temporarily suspended production of its entertainment shows, after the entire Luzon was put under a enhanced community quarantine (partial lockdown). Among the prime time shows affected included Pamilya Ko, FPJ's Ang Probinsyano, Make It with You (later canceled without completing its story in June 2020) and A Soldier's Heart, which were all put on hold from March 16 until May 29, 2020.

The network aired reruns of some teleseryes and other programs including 100 Days to Heaven, May Bukas Pa, On the Wings of Love, The Legal Wife, Got to Believe, Walang Hanggan, Wildflower, Wansapanataym, iWant Originals Series, Tubig at Langis, Your Face Sounds Familiar Kids Season 1, Pilipinas Got Talent Season 6, Bayani, Hiraya Manawari and Sine'skwela.

On May 5, 2020, the National Telecommunications Commission (NTC) issued a cease and desist order against the network, forcing it to suspend operations for all of its physical broadcasting channels (with the exception of Cine Mo!, Yey!, Kapamilya Box Office [KBO] through a blocktime agreement with the AMCARA Broadcasting Network in Metro Manila, Laguna, Iloilo and some portions of Baguio and the cable channels run by the Creative Programs subsidiary of the company). This was following the expiration on May 4 of the network's congressional franchise that permitted it to broadcast.

The franchise was in the process of renewal, but had however been delayed due to the extension of the enhanced community quarantine to May 15, 2020, 11 days after the scheduled expiration. The network went off-air at exactly 7:52 pm (PST) of May 5.

On June 4, 2020, ABS-CBN announced on TV Patrol that the cable-and-satellite channel Kapamilya Channel launched on June 13, serving as the interim replacement of ABS-CBN terrestrial network, and thus resuming the production of ABS-CBN's drama and live entertainment shows and the airing its entertainment, educational and current affairs programming, along with films. Like the ABS-CBN network, the Kapamilya Channel was also live streamed on the iWant streaming service and the programmes aired on that channel are also available on-demand via iWant.

On June 30, 2020, the NTC issued an alias cease and desist order to ABS-CBN to stop its digital TV transmission on AMCARA Broadcasting Network's DWBM-TV (channel 43) in Metro Manila (later expanded to Laguna, and some portions of Baguio and Iloilo City on July 1) as well as a cease and desist order to stop Sky Cable Corporation's direct broadcast satellite service Sky Direct.

On July 10, 2020, members of the House of Representatives, particularly the Committee on Legislative Franchises, voted 70–11 to deny the franchise application of ABS-CBN, citing several issues on the network's franchise. Only about 12.94% of the Congress voted for franchise renewal. Its President and CEO, Carlo Katigbak said the company remains committed to the public service, with hoping to find other ways to pursue their mission. According to a survey released by the Social Weather Stations or SWS that was released following the rejection of the network's franchise renewal, showed that an overwhelming majority (75%) of all Filipinos want the network back.

13 senators sign bill allowing ABS-CBN to operate until June 2022.

The return and growth[]

On September 4, 2020, ABS-CBN's aggressive plans to build more AM and FM radio and analog and digital television transmitting stations for the rest of the year got its initial big push having secured 30 permits from local government units.

Information gaps during the wall-to-wall media coverage of typhoons that occurred in the 4th quarter of 2020, particularly Typhoon Molave (Quinta), Typhoon Goni (Rolly), and Typhoon Vamco (Ulysses) and Typhoon Rai (Odette) including the ensuing widespread floods in Cagayan Valley and Bicol Region, were attributed to the ABS-CBN shutdown, with reports noting the void left by the closure of its provincial news bureaus and lack of a strong signal reach in provinces far from Manila.

On October 24, 2020, ABS-CBN pays our deepest condolences to the families of the late director and loyal Kapamilya Al Quinn Pastrano he was passed away on this day at the age of 86 due to the Coronavirus pandemic. Al was a director ABS-CBN's top-rated comedy sitcom Quizon Avenue & musical variety show Superstar which was aired by RPN. He is also a director of some TV specials of the 'Kapamilya' network such as Binibining Pilipinas and Airtime Marketing specials such as PMPC Star Awards (both in movies and television franchise), Box Office Entertainment Awards, FAMAS and Metro Manila Film Festival (awards night).

On November 27, 2020 ABS-CBN released the lyric video of “Ikaw ang Liwanag at Ligaya,” its Christmas theme song featuring performances from 20 Kapamilya stars. The lyric video debuted during ABS-CBN’s newscast TV Patrol, after its advanced release earlier at noon on iWant TFC.

Released amid the coronavirus pandemic, and after the forced broadcast shutdown of ABS-CBN that resulted in the retrenchment of thousands of workers, “Ikaw ang Liwanag at Ligaya” speaks of fresh starts and hope, drawn from faith.

The song, penned by Robert Labayen and Love Rose de Leon with music by Thryo Alfaro, also highlights the love we share to our fellowmen and our gratitude to God, the primary source of light and joy of every family, ABS-CBN said.

In line with its theme of spreading inspiration around the world, a portion of the song translates “liwanag” and “ligaya” in several languages, including Waray, Kapampangan, Maguindanao, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Malay, Tamil, Portuguese, Russian, and Arabic.

Interpreting the song are ABS-CBN stars Regine Velasquez-Alcasid, Ogie Alcasid, Morissette Amon, Bamboo, Janine Berdin, Darren Espanto, Vice Ganda, Sarah Geronimo, Toni Gonzaga, Jona, Moira, Martin Nievera, Elha Nympha, Zsa Zsa Padilla, Inigo Pascual, Angeline Quinto, Lea Salonga, Erik Santos, KZ Tandingan, and Gary Valenciano.

The Friday release of the lyric video comes a few days before the premiere of ABS-CBN’s Christmas station ID, scheduled on Tuesday, December 1.

Kapamilya Channel and A2Z Channel 11, It continues to bring joyfully and inspiration to Filipinos on different platforms on TV and online with upcoming teleseryes “Init sa Magdamag” and “Huwag Kang Mangamba,” and fresh episodes of “MMK.”

Gerald Anderson, JM de Guzman, and Yam Concepcion will star in the new fiery teleserye “Init sa Magdamag.” Fans of The Gold Squad are also in for all-new surprises, including their upcoming teleserye “Huwag Kang Mangamba” starring Andrea Brillantes, Francine Diaz, Seth Fedelin, and Kyle Echarri.

Viewers will also get to see new stories of hope and triumph over life’s greatest crises in the fresh episodes of “MMK” featuring, with stars Sylvia Sanchez, Arjo Atayde, Jane de Leon, Angel Aquino, and Joshua Garcia.

On November 29, 2020 ABS-CBN mourns and condolences to the families of the late two iconic OPM legends -- Vladimir "Jamir" Garcia (of Slapshock) & April Boy Regino.

Jamir was passed away recently at the age 42 due to his mental health condition last November 26 and April Boy was passed away at the age of 51 due to prostate cancer on this November 29.

Jamir and April Boy was appeared in some programs and guestings such as It's Showtime, ASAP, Wowowee, Kris TV, Magandang Buhay, Rated K, Umagang Kay Ganda, The Buzz, Happy Yipee Yehey, Myx and MOR 101.9 My Only Radio For Life due to his promotional of recordings under Star Music.

On the same day, ABS-CBN was named Best National TV Station of the Year at the 6th Platinum Stallion National Media Awards 2020 of Trinity University of Asia.

Hong Kong will end analogue TV services on November 30, 2020 at 11:59:59 p.m., entering an era of full digital TV broadcast on December 1.

But a government survey in October this year has shown that around 58,000 households were still using analogue TVs.

On December 1, 2020 released its 2020 Christmas ID, with the theme “Ikaw ang Liwanag at Ligaya.”

Set to the viral tune of the same title, the music video highlights stories of hope, light, and joy drawn from faith in God, amid the trying year that has seen a global health crisis, successive calamities, and other challenges.

These include the stories of Arjanmar and Khaye Rebeta, whose relationship was tested by the pandemic; Monching Bueno, who served frontliners despite his own loss; Rodolfo Ariño, a PWD breadwinner; and Peter Roncales, who braved odds to reunite with his loved ones.

On December 3, 2020, according to Mr. Tony Boy Bautista on his Facebook account: "Hopefully, iWantTFC will be revamped."

Meanwhile, the congressman also said that it is not a prediction but it will be true that ABS-CBN will open in 2021 now that Rep. Allan Lord Velasco is the Speaker of the House of Representatives. "It's not a prediction, that's a reality that will happen," I also asked about it. "I am really confident, justice will prevail by next year," he said. “They were maltreated, they were maltreated, they were eventually assassinated, so they should be given justice.

“I, I am just giving the new Speaker time to settle. We can't be surprised, major battle, he just sits. But I am not shying away from the responsibility and for the opportunity to come - that I’m working on - so that we can return to the floor discussion. Not the special firing squad. The one who killed ABS-CBN, just firing squad, eh,” he said.

On December 4, 2020, Boyet Baldemor is the new director of It's Showtime (later replaced by MTB), replacing Bobet Vidanes now director of Lunch Out Loud.

At a media event held by the network’s talent agency, fittingly titled “Star Magic Shines On,” ABS-CBN president and CEO Carlo Katigbak and newly appointed Star Magic head Laurenti Dyogi each thanked Kapamilya stars who continue to be part of the company.

The event saw eight current Star Magic artists — Kim Chiu, Jane de Leon, Enchong Dee, JM de Guzman, Andrea Brillantes, Kira Balinger, Joseph Marco, and Robi Domingo — sign exclusive contracts with ABS-CBN.

It also introduced new Star Magic talents — the ABS-CBN-trained P-pop groups BINI and Star Hunt Academy Boys — who similarly inked contracts with the network.

“Ang hirap-hirap po ng taong 2020,” Katigbak said in a speech opening the event. “But ABS-CBN has always been at its best in its most difficult times. This year is no exception.”

Compounding the halt of showbiz due to the coronavirus pandemic, ABS-CBN was denied a fresh broadcast franchise by the Duterte administration, forcing it off free television and radio, and resulting in the retrenchment of thousands of its workers.

“Our commitment to serve the public is the foundation of our company,” Katigbak said. “And so, even without everything that we’re used to, we have not stopped finding new ways to be in the service of the Filipino.”

Katigbak then addressed the stars, whom he said “represent ABS-CBN to the world outside.”

“Kayo po ang nagbibigay ng liwanag at ligaya sa ating mga Kapamilya,” he said, referencing the recently released ABS-CBN Christmas ID.

“Thank you for choosing to be part of our mission. Thank you for believing in our company. And thank you for supporting us in our most difficult moments.”

Over the months since ABS-CBN’s free-TV and radio broadcast were forced shut, many of its stars, both homegrown and long-time contract talents, rallied behind the network through social media and by joining demonstrations.

Among them were the eight Star Magic artists who formalized being an exclusive ABS-CBN talent on Friday.

“I hope you believe, as we do, that working in ABS-CBN is not just a career move, it’s not just a job; it’s a calling to serve.”

Katigbak ended his message by introducing Dyogi as the new head of Star Magic, succeeding founder Johnny Manahan and Mariole Alberto.

“Thank you to Mr. M and Mariole, Star Magic is known to produce, to hone, and to manage the brightest and most talented stars in Philippine show business,” Dyogi said.

“Today, we continue this legacy and tradition.”

Dyogi, known in showbiz as Direk Lauren following his visible stints as “Star Circle Quest” judge and “Pinoy Big Brother” director, is also head of ABS-CBN’s entertainment production.

“As we welcome new artists to the Star Magic family,” he said, “we also want to express our deepest gratitude to the Star Magic artists chose to stay with us, as we continue to rebuild and explore new opportunities.”

On December 5, 2020, Angelica Panganiban gives hint to the nearest ending of their hit teleserye Walang Hanggang Paalam.

It continues to be recognized as the best TV network in the country after bringing home the top awards in this year’s LionhearTV Rawr Awards, Platinum Stallion National Media Awards and Paragala Central Luzon Media Awards despite its absence on free TV.

Formal resumption of broadcasts[]

Network executives led by chairman Mark Lopez and president and CEO Carlo Katigbak began the arduous task of resuming broadcasts.

The Securities and Exchange Commission granted their application for an increase in capitalization and amendments to ABS-CBN's articles of incorporation and by-laws. They were subsequently granted a permit to operate by the NTC.

On January 1, 2021, Roberta Lopez-Feliciano joins the ABS-CBN Foundation Inc. as it's managing director; while ABS-CBN entertainment production head Laurenti M. Dyogi is appointed as head of Star Magic.

On January 4, 2021, Senate President Tito Sotto filed a Senate Bill No. 1967 that seeks to grant ABS-CBN's franchise for another 25 years, with at least 16 senators backing its support for Sotto's bill.

Later that day, Batangas 6th District Representative and Deputy Speaker Vilma Santos-Recto, one of the 11 representatives who voted in favor of the franchise on July 10, 2020, said that she will refile her same franchise bill in the House.

However, Representative Rodante Marcoleta, one of the 70 representatives who voted against the franchise on July 10, 2020, reiterated that "major changes" is needed for the network to be able to regain its franchise.

On January 11, 2021, the Batangas Provincial Board passed a resolution expressing support for the bill filed by Senate President Vicente Sotto III, which seeks to give the broadcasting company a new license to operate its television and radio broadcasting stations for 25 years.

The resolution was sponsored by board member Bibong Mendoza, who said ABS-CBN's closure had a "wide effect" on all the Southern Tagalog region, where Batangas is a part of and where the company operated a regional channel.

On January 18, 2021, ABS-CBN and TV5 were allegedly doing a partnership agreement to further expand the reach of Kapamilya Network on Free TV. There are some possible results that most of ABS-CBN shows and programs that were not able to be broadcast on ABS-CBN and ZOE TV's A2Z Channel 11 will be aired on TV5.

Karen Puno-Igaya, former head of ABS-CBN News Digital, passed away on January 29, 2021, her family has confirmed. She was 44.

"2021 CMG New Year's Gala" this February 13, 2021 at 11 p.m. on Kapamilya Channel, presented by Chinatown TV.

On February 8, 2021, President Rodrigo Duterte will not allow the National Telecommunications Commission to issue broadcast giant ABS-CBN Corporation even if it Congress grants it a legislative franchise. In a televised meeting on government's COVID-19 response, the President said he knew of plans to give the network a chance to use free TV and radio frequencies again.

On February 10, 2021, Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque in his Malacañang virtual press briefing, said that Duterte would leave it to the Office of the Ombudsman to investigate ABS-CBN over alleged unpaid taxes and condonation of the network's soured loans.

On February 11, 2021, House Speaker Lord Allan Velasco says that ABS-CBN's franchise renewal will have to wait until 2022.

ABS-CBN franchise renewal of 2022 is approved filipino congress to Resolve Actually Forward in 19th Philippine Congress is only ongoing 2022 became truly it was as well.

By virtue of Republic Act 11259 enacted on July 23, 2018, Palawan del Norte, Palawan del Sur and Palawan Oriental are the newest in the country, carved out from the province of Palawan. RA 11259 was passed by House of Representatives on August 29, 2018, amended by the Senate of the Philippines on November 19, 2018, and which amendments were concurred in by the House of Representatives on January 23, 2019, respectively, and signed by President Rodrigo Duterte on April 5, 2019. A plebiscite was to be held to ratify the law.

A majority vote of those who participated in the plebiscite was required to approve or disapprove the creation of Palawan del Norte, Palawan del Sur and Palawan Oriental. Registered voters of Palawan except Puerto Princesa at the time of the plebiscite were eligible to vote. The results of the plebiscite was announced by the COMELEC on March 16, 2021. Seventy-six percent of those who voted favored the creation of the new province.

A2Z Channel 11 is originally on independent and neutral at PM TV Patrol Daily; formally know as GMA News TV Now is Good TV Channel 27 (GTV) currently GMA Network on it's rival local sister station of ABS-CBN 2 Original in Private World of Local Sectors officers only.

ABS-CBN franchise renewal 2022 will be promoted due to popular demand.

The return and growth[]

ABS-CBN 2's license to operate issued by the NTC (BSD-0362–2021) was official approved on June 13, 2022 and expires on December 31, 2025 is became officially.

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The media and entertainment company is now awaiting the frequency channel, permits and the Station License Number to be issued by the Broadcast Services Division (BSD) of the National Telecommunications Commission (NTC) for the all ABS-CBN and Studio 23 TV stations, Radyo Patrol and MOR FM stations in the country.

It began test broadcasts on June 13,2022 special preview from June 19, 2022 and In June 29, 2022 8 PM officially and finally returning to the air with a grand relaunch on June 30, 2022, the corporate name ABS-CBN Broadcasting Corporation as a result of the management of the network which took over its operations and the official logo which used from September 14, 1986 to December 31, 1999.

It airs provisional programs (such as Walang Hanggan, The Legal Wife, Got To Believe, 100 Days to Heaven, May Bukas Pa, On the Wings of Love, Wildflower and Tubig at Langis), while it airs promo plug of the upcoming programs.

On Dec 12, 2022 The suspension of audience attendance would be lifted by the World Health Organization at the end of the CoVID-19 pandemic including variations of worldwide CoVID Pandemic officials; while the lifting of banning all cigarette advertisements in print, radio, television and billboards as well as sponsorship by tobacco companies of sports, cultural or educational events would repeal Republic Act No. 9211 or Tobacco Regulation Act of 2003 and Republic Act No. 10643 or the Graphic Health Warnings Law.

On April 18 and May 9, 2022 TV Patrol use a currently 2022 new title card, along with The World Tonight, was transferred back to the ABS-CBN Newsroom as Studio 7 is being prepared for the network's coverage of the 2022 election titled as Halalan 2022 Bayan Mo Ipatrol Mo it was having officially transferred into "Ang Pagbabago". (News Patrol & Headline Pilipinas, was relocated to Studio 12 where the former studio of Studio 23'

News Central and News Plus is based). The relocation, through, brought TV Patrol in line with the other primetime news broadcasts or podcast in several countries.

Bongbong Marcos led the preliminary count with 40% of the vote. The Congress met in late May to canvass the results and issued an official result with Marcos and Sara Carpio emerging as the winners of the presidential and vice presidential races, respectively. They were proclaimed on May 30, 2022 in the House of Representatives.

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From June 25 to 29, 2022, the main studio for Headline Pilipinas, TV Patrol, Bandila and The World Tonight underwent major renovations, that caused both programs to be broadcast temporarily from the ABS-CBN News' newsroom.

On June 26, 2022, the Sunday noontime variety show ASAP Natin 'To on Kapamilya Channel, A2Z Channel 11 and TV5 officially ended and was replaced by ASAP on the network's main channel simulcast with ABS-CBN 2 Original Kapamilya Mother Network and replacement programs on Studio 23 UHF a new Studio 23, with the timeslot in TV5 is replaced by the revived-P.O.5 live, the following week; while the online show IWant TFC ASAP officially ended and was replaced by ASAP Chillout the following week.

On June 29, 2022, all ABS-CBN Regional Network Group Studios and Offices, transmitter towers and tenants of ELJ Communications Center such as Starbucks, ABS-CBN Store, Restaurant 9501, Kidz Mania are now open for business, all 15,000 retrenched employees of the network are going back to work, at the same time pay television network Kapamilya Channel ceased broadcasting and ceased transmission at midnight, June 30, 2022 at 2:30 a.m. and free-to-air broadcast television network A2Z Channel 11 ceased broadcasting and ceased transmission at 12 a.m., June 30, 2022 paving way for the return of ABS-CBN on free-to-air analog channel 2 and digital channels 14 and 43 and Zoe TV on free-to-air analog channel 11 and digital channel 20, also the Monday-Saturday noontime variety show It's Showtime officially ended and was replaced by a new variety show Magandang Tanghali Bayan, the following day.

Zoe TV and ABS-CBN later announced their plans for the channel: A2Z would end all regularly scheduled programming and terrestrial transmission by June 30, 2022 at 12 a.m.; after June 30, Zoe's affiliation deal with ABS-CBN would expire and would return to independence.

On June 30, 2022 5 AM A2Z Channel 11 plans replaced A New Zoe TV Channel 11 Mega Manila formal and retains local tv program Diyos at Bayan in virtual television show.

See also: ZOE TV Program Schedule (2022)

The Viewing Guide which serves a broad audience of TV programs, will be broadcasted 12 times. In order to meet changes in the broadcast, the content will be broadcast at any time to adjust and strengthen timeliness. Before the broadcast day, after all the broadcast ended, an increase of 2 to 3 minutes of beautiful melodies, well-made morning and evening songs.

On June 30, 2022 at 2:30 am Manila time (inauguration of Philippine President), at the transmitter facility of Millennium Transmitter, ABS-CBN Broadcast Center when the SMPTE Color Bars with 1kHz Sine Wave Tone may be broadcast before the actual sign-on; a signal to turn on remote transmitters may be played—this is usually a series of touch tones and at past 3:15 a.m. ABS-CBN officially returned and re-started broadcasting on all platforms (analog and digital terrestrial, cable, satellite and IPTV) including with Studio 23. That channel was similar to United States' English NBC, China's Mandarin CCTV-1 and Hong Kong's Cantonese ATV Home. At the beginning of the broadcast, Lupang Hinirang by UP Madrigal Singers with the PNP Band (1998 Version), Announcement, ABS-CBN Station Notice 2022 (Sign ON Version), Pray the Mysteries of the Holy Rosary - Luminous Mysteries by Kris Aquino, Awit sa Ina ng Santo Rosaryo by Carol Banawa, ABS-CBN 2014 station ID Version (5 seconds) and nationwide satellite broadcast advisory, the first program broadcast was Gising Pilipinas (parallel live broadcast with DZMM and DZMM TeleRadyo). The program will be broadcast for 22 hours and 13 minutes on the first day of broadcasting, and will be tentatively broadcast for 23 hours and 43 minutes a day from the next day. This is ABS-CBN has returned back on the air since the end of presidency of Rodrigo Duterte when the broadcast franchise expired last May 4, 2020, it's free TV and radio stations went off the air on May 5, 2020 following a cease and desist order from the National Telecommunications Commission and bid for a fresh 25-year franchise was denied by the House of Representatives Committee on Legislative Franchises despite the position of several government agencies that the company has been compliant in various tax, trading and labor laws, among others on July 10, 2020 and NTC recalled all the broadcast frequencies assigned to ABS-CBN on September 10, 2020. It is mainly in Filipino, supplemented by programs in dialects and foreign languages. At the same time, when TV5 reverted back to the old logo used from April 4 to November 9, 2010 and slogan "Para Sa'Yo, Kapatid" from April 4, 2010 to January 6, 2013.

At the beginning of the broadcast: Gising Pilipinas was broadcast live in parallel with DZMM, DZMM TeleRadyo and TFC at 4 am every day followed by Garantisadong Balita at 5 am, Alas Singko y Medya at 5:30 am, inauguration coverage from 8 am to 1 pm and 3:30 to 6 pm, Magandang Tanghali Bayan at 1 pm, SNN: Showbiz News Ngayon at 2:30 pm, TV Patrol at 6 pm every day and The World Tonight at 10:30 pm. In addition to Filipino and English, programs broadcast in other Philippine dialects including Aklanon, Central Bikol, Cebuano, Chavacano, Hiligaynon, Ibanag, Ilocano, Ivatan, Kapampangan, Kinaray-a, Maguindanao, Maranao, Pangasinan, Sambal, Surigaonon, Tagalog, Tausug, Waray and Yakan.

At that time of regular signing on time: Lupang Hinirang- Philippine National Anthem by UP Madrigal Singers with the PNP Band (1998 Version) during the Presidency of Joseph Estrada (former Manila mayor: 2013 - 2019) (full, digitally restored and remastered version in 1080p HD widescreen and 4K UHD with end tagline with voiceover saying: “Ang watawat at pambansang awit ay sagisag ng ating pagka-Pilipino. Igalang natin at ipagpitagan ang mga ito” plus Philippine Centennial Logo and special thanks to) (replacing the 2013 Version produced by ABS-CBN due to copyright infringement) followed by Panatang Makabayan for Philippine Centennial 1998 produced by ABS-CBN digitally restored and remastered version in 1080p HD widescreen and 4K UHD, the split-second announcement (without voice-over) and station message voiced by Peter Musngi with new permit number, plus new Professional Electronics and Communications Engineers, Electronics and Communications Engineers and Technicians, First Class Radio Telephone Operators, Second Class Telegraph Operator and Provincial TV Personnel with license number and list of stations nationwide.

The station notice with the current logo had the ABS-CBN Theme (2014 version) as the background music, and after the slide "This is ABS-CBN Channel 2, now signing on." it's accompanied with a snippet from the 1989 ID followed by the old Nationwide Satellite Broadcast slide which is in new use when it was updated with new graphics.

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The special edition of Gising Pilipinas focused on the reopening the network's free TV and radio broadcasting operations and featured statements by ABS-CBN president and chief executive officer Carlo Katigbak and chairman Mark López.

The President is actually looking forward to the end of his 6 year term and his return to his home province of Davao.

Duterte left the Malacañang Palace and Manila for a final time as commander-in-chief on June 30 after a tumultuous presidency stained by two impeachments, deep political divisions, and a pandemic that caused 500,000 deaths.

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The president departed the Malacañang Palace, saying it had been a great honor to serve and giving a final wave as he boarded the presidential aircraft for Davao City, where he delivered farewell remarks.

"So just a goodbye. We love you. We will be back in some form," Duterte told supporters before boarding the presidential aircraft for a flight to Davao. "Have a good life. We will see you soon."

The aircraft then taxied and lifted off as Frank Sinatra's classic song "My Way" played over the loudspeakers.

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Duterte left a note for his successor, Marcos, a acting spokesman/spokesman confirmed. Duterte has to mention Marcos's name even as he/she wished the incoming administration luck on his way out of office.

Duterte, 77, bade his farewell hours before Marcos was to be inaugurated. That made him that marks the formal transfer of power, in a final display of pique.

Duterte's arrival at his Davao City residence is being timed to get him before his term as president expires at noon.

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See also: National Anthem (1998 Centennial Version), ABS-CBN Station Notice (2022), Pray (The Mysteries of the Holy Rosary)

ABS-CBN 2 Program Schedule on the return of its broadcast (June 30, 2022):

Manila Time Program Title
02:25-03:25 Static
03:25-03:57 HD SMPTE Color Bars with ABS-CBN CH.2 On-Screen Bug 1kHz Sine Wave Tone, Lupang Hinirang- Philippine National Anthem by UP Madrigal Singers with the PNP Band (1998 Version), Announcement, ABS-CBN Station Notice (Sign ON) (2022 Version), Pray the Mysteries of the Holy Rosary: Luminous Mysteries by Kris Aquino, Awit sa Ina ng Santo Rosaryo by Carol Banawa, ABS-CBN 1989 Logo version Station ID (5 Seconds), Please Stand by, Independence Day 2004 Campaign
03:57-04:00 Kape't Pandasal
04:00-05:00 Gising Pilipinas (Live)
05:00-05:30 Balita Alas-Singko ng Umaga (Live)
05:30-08:00 Alas Singko Y Medya (Live)
08:00-13:00 Presidential Inauguration Coverage (Live): Oath taking at the Barasoain Church, in Malolos City, Bulacan Province
13:00-14:30 Funny Variety Show It's Showtime (Live)
14:30-15:00 SNN: Showbiz News Ngayon (Live)
15:00-15:30 Telenovela
15:30-16:00 Telenovela
16:00-18:00 Presidential Inauguration Coverage 2 (Live): Inauguration ceremony at the Quirino Grandstand in Manila
18:00-18:30 TV Patrol (Live)
18:30-19:00 Mula sa Puso (1997 re-run)
19:00-19:30 Esperanza (1997 re-run)
19:30-20:30 Ipaglaban mo (new episode)
20:30-21:30 !Oka Tokat (new episode)
21:30-22:30 Maalaala mo Kaya (new episode)
22:30-23:00 Pinoy Big Brother Kumunity Season 10 (new episode)
23:00-23:30 The World Tonight (Live)
23:30-00:30 Krusada (new episode)
00:30-01:00 Martin Late @ Night (Live)
01:00-01:30 Station ID, Pray the Mysteries of the Holy Rosary: Sorrowful Mysteries by Ballsy Aquino-Cruz, Stella Maris by Bukas Palad Music Ministry (1989 version), closing song Feeling Quiet by China Central Television (1998 version), Announcement, ABS-CBN Station Notice 2022 (Sign Off Version), Lupang Hinirang- Philippine National Anthem by UP Madrigal Singers with the PNP Band (1998 Version), HD SMPTE Color Bars with ABS-CBN CH.2 On-Screen Bug 1kHz sine wave tone

It retains the 2014 logo and the classic slogan, In the Service of the Filipino which used from 1989 to 2004 and 2017 to present and the theme music, which incorporated some elements of the 1987, 1993, and Millennium themes of the network into one remixed theme.

The newly-revived network airs shows and movies produced by ABS-CBN, as well as international television shows from the United States, United Kingdom, Australia and New Zealand, religious shows from Jesuit Communications Foundation, Kerygma Foundation, Family Rosary Crusade, Society of St. Paul, other Catholic groups, Light TV, Trinity Broadcasting Network and CBN Asia; also the network broadcasts in analog 16:9 480i SDTV, digital 16:9 1080i HDTV and 16:9 2160p UHDTV, along with sister networks A23, Cine Mo!, Yey!, DZMM TeleRadyo, KBO, Knowledge Channel, O Shopping, Asianovela Channel, Movie Central, Jeepney TV and Myx and it broadcasts in over 90 analog and digital terrestrial television stations nationwide via satellite, using indoor antennas, cable subscription, satellite dishes and digital TV black boxes. Moreover, it has about 800 cable and satellite TV affiliates nationwide.

See also: MOR 101.9 For Life TV Program Schedule (2022), DZMM Radyo Patrol 630 kHz. and DZMM TeleRadyo Program Schedule (2022), A23 and Studio 23 Sked (2022), Sky Cable Channel Line Up (effective July 1, 2022), Digital TV Channel List

Its programming is generalist with a locally and foreign-produced shows, ranging from lifestyle, drama, reality, kids, religious, movies, news, current affairs, politics, sports, opinions, features and business, talk, public service and regional shows.

The channel, along with DZMM TeleRadyo only broadcasts the daily Three O'Clock Prayer (Filipino: Panalangin sa Ika-3 ng Hapon), it retains the 2011 MTRCB green 'G', blue 'PG' and red 'SPG' graphic below are usually seen on the lower right or upper left corner of the screen during the entire show

Programming line-up[]

At the start of day's programming with SMPTE Color Bars with ABS-CBN CH.2 On-Screen Bug 1KHz Sine Wave Tone, Lupang Hinirang by UP Madrigal Singers with the PNP Band (1998 Version), Announcement, ABS-CBN Station Notice 2022 (Sign ON Version), Pray the Mysteries of the Holy Rosary: The Joyful Mysteries to be led by Viel Aquino-Dee followed by Ang Puso Ko'y Nagpupuri by Himig Heswita from the album Purihi't Pasalamatan: Mga Piling Awitin ni Fr. Honti Handog ng Himig Heswita (2000) every Monday and Saturdays, the Sorrowful Mysteries to be led by Ballsy Aquino Cruz followed by Stella Maris by Bukas Palad from the album Tanging Yaman (1989) on Tuesdays and Fridays, the Glorious Mysteries to be led by Pinky Aquino-Abellada followed by Mariang Ina Ko by Bukas Palad from the album Bukas Palad (1986) every Wednesday and Sunday, the Luminous Mysteries to be led by Kris Aquino-Yap followed by Awit sa ina ng Santo Rosaryo by Carol Banawa from the album Mysteria Lucis: The Mysteries of Light (2003) every Thursday, ABS-CBN 2 Station ID 2014 Version (5 seconds), nationwide satellite broadcast advisory and Independence Day 2004 Campaign.

See also: National Anthem (1998 Centennial Version)

On weekdays after sign-on is Kape't Pandasal followed by the morning news block starting with Gising Pilipinas anchored by Johnson Manabat and Jeffrey Hernaez (simulcast on ANC, DZMM and DZMM Teleradyo), followed by Balita Alas-Singko ng Umaga anchored by Denice Dinsay and Alas Singko Y Medya hosted by Julius Babao, Migs Bustos, Winnie Cordero, Christian Esguerra, Amy Perez, Jorge Cariño, Tina Marasigan, Karen Davila, Ariella Arida, Jeff Canoy and Kori Quintos, followed by ETV shows such as Hirayamanawari on Monday and Wednesday, Epol Apple on Tuesday and Thursday and Bayani on Friday at 8, cartoons every Monday, Wednesday and Friday and MathDali hosted by Robi Domingo every Tuesday and Thursday at 8:30 and Sineskwela aired with new episodes daily at 9, daily cartoons at 9:30, 10 and 10:30 a.m. and at 11 a.m., talk show Today with Kris Aquino hosted by Kris Aquino goes live.

In some provinces at 7 a.m., ABS-CBN Regional Network Group would cut this program mid-way (without any notice) to air sixty minutes of provincial morning programming. Each local morning program, produced by their respective news departments, features news and features related to its target regional audience. These local morning programs are Good Morning Ilocos in Ilocano on ABS-CBN Laoag & ABS-CBN Vigan, Naimbag nga Morning Kapamilya in Ibanag on ABS-CBN Baguio & ABS-CBN La Union, Magandang Umaga Lambak ng Cagayan in Ibaloi on ABS-CBN Isabela & ABS-CBN Tuguegarao, Gandang Umaga Kapamilya in Pangasinense on ABS-CBN Dagupan, Good Morning Central Luzon in Kapampangan on ABS-CBN Pampanga, ABS-CBN Olongapo & ABS-CBN Bulacan, Gising Na, Maagang Southern Tagalog in Tagalog on ABS-CBN Batangas, ABS-CBN Lucena, ABS-CBN San Pablo & ABS-CBN Mindoro, Magandang Umaga Palawan in Palawano on ABS-CBN Palawan, Marhay na Aga Kapamilya in Bicolano on ABS-CBN Naga & ABS-CBN Daet, Ini-An Kabikolan in Bicolano ABS-CBN Legazpi, Panay Sikat in Hiligaynon on ABS-CBN Iloilo & ABS-CBN Roxas, The Morning Show in Hiligaynon on ABS-CBN Bacolod, Maayong Buntag Kapamilya in Cebuano on ABS-CBN Cebu & ABS-CBN Dumaguete, Mayad nga Agahon Kapamilya in Aklanon on ABS-CBN Kalibo, Maupay nga Aga Sinirangan Visayas in Waray on ABS-CBN Tacloban & ABS-CBN Calbayog, and in Mindanao Pamahaw Espesyal in Cebuano on ABS-CBN Cagayan De Oro, Good Morning Iligan in Cebuano on ABS-CBN Iligan, Maayong Buntag Caraga in Butuanon on ABS-CBN Butuan, Maayong Buntag Mindanao in Cebuano on ABS-CBN Davao, Magandang Umaga Soccksargen in Tagalog on ABS-CBN General Santos & ABS-CBN Koronadal and Magandang Umaga Central Mindanao in Maguindanaon on ABS-CBN Cotabato, Buena Mano in Subanon on ABS-CBN Pagadian and Buenas Dias Zamboanga in Chavacano on ABS-CBN Zamboanga.

Every Monday to Sunday at 10 a.m., 4 p.m., and 9 p.m.. is the hourly news bulletin ABS-CBN News Advisory (similar to China CCTV-1's Hours News (now CCTV-13's Live News), the anchors are Jing Castañeda, Niña Corpuz, Henry Omaga-Diaz, Adrian Ayalin, Jeff Canoy, Jorge Cariño, Pia Gutierrez, Winnie Cordero, Zen Hernandez, Ron Cruz, Karen Davila, Marc Logan, Migs Bustos, Boyet Sison, Henry Omaga-Diaz, Denice Dinsay, Christian Esguerra, Rica Lazo, Vivienne Gulla, Nikki de Guzman, Mike Navallo, Stanley Palisada, Quintin Pastrana, Gigi Grande, Raine Musñgi, Karmina Constantino, Maiki Oreta, Regi Adosto, Justine Aguilar, Grace Alba, Joworski Alipon, Dominic Almelor, Zyann Ambrosio-Estaris, Vilma Andales, Lore Mae Andong, Angelo Andrade, Angelo Angolo, Noning Antonio, Arianne Apatan, Roxanne Arevalo, Carine Asutilla-Lapid, Charmane Awitan, Anjo Bagaoisan, Joyce Balancio, Nony Basco, Andrew Bernardo, Melanie Bingco, Rod Bolivar, Lerio Bompat, Lyza Borbon, Maricel Butardo, Alexius Calda, Francis Canlas, Karren Canon, Raya Capulong, Jose Carretero, Ara Casas-Tumuran, Queenie Casimiro-Concepcion, Glen Carlos, Doland Castro, Joyce Clavecillas, Mae Cornes, Rodge Cultura, Kaizer Daquita, Dennis Datu, Bianca Dava, Dwight de Leon, Dhobie de Guzman, Warren de Guzman, PJ dela Peña, Lynette Dela Cruz, Michael Delizo, Dynah Diestro, Shiela Dionisio, Ranulfo Docdocan, Dianne Dy, Alvin Elchico, Ronnie Enderes, Sharon Evite-Carangue, Jenette Fariola-Ruedas, Elaine Fulgencio-Español, Ria Galiste, Jennifer Garcia, Darlene Gemino-Ballad, John Mark Guda, Rean Hacosta, Jeffrey Hernaez, Junry Hidalgo, Wheng Hidalgo, Micaella Ilao, Harris Julio, Leizel Lacastesantos, Mariz Laksamana, Leo Lastimosa, Aiza Layague, Diana Lat, Mitch Lipa, Kim Lorenzo, Rico Lucena, Rod Macenas, Francis Magbanua, Jonathan Magistrado, Jacque Manabat, Johnson Manabat, Jervis Manahan, Ernie Manio, Mylce Mella, Trisha Mostoles, Angel Movido, Rona Nuñez, Arra Perez, Zandro Ochona, Thea Omelan, Michelle Ong, Noriel Padiernos, Jekki Pascual, Yasmin Pascual Dormido, Geron Ponferrada, Mae Pulvinar, April Rafales, Joel Ramirez, Bryan Realgo, Joel Rigonan, Diane Rivera, Isay Reyes-Kang, Jewel Reyes, Bruce Rodriguez, Jasmin Romero, Leleth Rumaguera, Rex Ruta, Gracie Rutao, Joanna Tacason, Che-Che Tanate-Verendia, Madonna Timbal-Senajon, Chuck Tinte, Hernel Tocmo, Jude Torres, Sherrie Anne Torres, Nadia Trinidad, Trini Velasco, Lady Vicencio, KC Zalavaria, Chiara Zambrano, Bea Zaragosa and Cris Zuñiga.

See also: ABS-CBN News Advisory

Every Monday to Friday at 12 noon to 1:30 p.m. and Saturday 12 noon to 2:30 p.m., the noon time variety show Magandang Tanghali Bayan goes live hosted by Randy Santiago, John Estrada, Christine Jacob-Sandejas, Roderick Paulate, Vanessa del Bianco and Mariel Rodriguez is a former host; It's Showtime currently New Variety show hosting Vhong Navarro, Anne Curtis, Jhong Hilario, Ryan Bang, Amy Perez, Vice Ganda, Karylle Padilla, Kim Chui, "Ate Girl" Jackque Gonzaga, Ogie Alcasid and "Kuya Escort" Ion Perez; featuring May Francisco, DJ MOD, DJ Nick, Mel Feliciano, Ervin Plaza "Dumbo", Jhonas Yuzon, Showtime Dancers, XB Gensan, Alex Calleja, Six Part Invention, TNT Band, "Sanrio" Issa Meaker, "Boom Boom Neri" Nerijay Lopera, "Genie-Nga" Christine Samson, "Genie-Pon" Donald Neri and Mini Ms. U Escorts.

See also: Magandang Tanghali Bayan: Ang Pagbabalik

On Saturday, they will shout to initiate the transition from their TV show to their post-programmer Entertainment Live without breaking into a commercial gap. Originally, hosts Randy Santiago, John Estrada and Willie Revillame introduces the next Saturday program. Here, the MTB hosts talk with the hosts of Entertainment Live through split-screen regarding the latest showbiz news.

At 1 p.m. (within MTB and ASAP and before the news), the Hail Mary prayer by Tierra de Maria, it says: "It's 1'o clock, may we invite you to start a simple daily prayer habit of praying one Hail Mary for one love, for one another, make a wish and expect those miracles to happen. Worship God the Father, seek the powerful interseccion of the immaculate heart of Mary, emplore the mercy and love of the Sacred Heart of Jesus and invoke the power of the Holy Spirit. Let us now pray. (All praying) Hail Mary, full of grace, the Lord is with you. Blessed are you among women and blessed is the fruit of your womb, Jesus. Holy Mary Mother of God, pray for us sinners, now... Heavenly Father with Mama Mary. We lift up to you all the wishes of our brothers and sisters who are praying now... and at the hour of our death, Amen. Mama Mary, all I ask lead us to Jesus"

Right after MTB at 1:30 p.m. SNN: Showbiz News Ngayon hosted by Boy Abunda and Bianca Gonzalez goes live, it merges with SNN (1st incarnation) and Tonight with Boy Abunda, then at 2 p.m. is Flames while the Kapamilya Gold drama block comes telenovela series in over the country at 2:30 and 3 p.m. with TBA, (for regional stations is new drama series) while at 3:55 p.m. is weather forecast, at 3:30 p.m. is cartoons under daily children's program block Yey on ABS-CBN, at 4:30 p.m. the original comedy and variety-oriented show Ang TV says "Nyek!", at 5 is the late afternoon news program Hoy, Gising! with Ted Failon (for regional stations is TV Patrol Regional Edition), an extension of the Tambalan radio program co-hosted by Failon and Korina Sanchez, featuring a mix of analysis on topical serious issues and public service reports. On select days it also catered to celebrity interviews and humorous features, emulating the styles of American late-night talk shows. The show was produced within the ABS-CBN studios with Failon as host and Zhander Cayabyab as his sidekick, soundman and humor features reporter and 5:30 p.m. is the reality news magazine Rated Korina hosted by Korina Sanchez goes live.

See also: Hoy, Gising!

At 6 p.m., the news program TV Patrol goes on the air. Noli De Castro as the anchor for the weeknight edition, as well as Alvin Elchico as anchor for the weekend edition.

See also: TV Patrol Line-Up (June 30, 2022)

FPJ's Ang Probinsyano starring Coco Martin and Julia Montes and Marry Me, Marry You starring Paulo Avelino and Janine Gutierrez which aired after TV Patrol between 6:30 and 7 p.m., beginning June 30, 2022. Beginning on the said date, FPJAP will reduce it's airtime to 30 minutes,

Right after Primetime Bida block, the weekly shows every Mondays with Bida si Mister, Bida si Misis starring Cesar Montano and Maricel Soriano, Kabalikat Loren Legarda and Abangan ang Susunod na Kabanata starring Tessie Tomas, Nova Villa, Noel Trinidad, Anjo Yllana, Roderick Paulate and Carmi Martin, on Tuesdays is Bora starring Piolo Pascual, Diether Ocampo, Jericho Rosales, Bernard Palanca, Carlos Agassi, Roderick Paulate and Luis Manzano, paranormal drama Okatokat starring Ricky Davao, Diether Ocampo, Jericho Rosales, Angelika Dela Cruz, Rica Peralejo, Paolo Contis and Agot Isidro and sitcom Palibhasa Lalake Taped starring Richard Gomez, Joey Marquez, Miguel Rodriguez, John Estrada, Gloria Romero, Carmina Villaroel, Amy Perez and Cynthia Patag, every Wednesday is comedy sitcom Pwedeng Pwede starring Robin Padilla and Redford White, sitcom Whattamen starring Rico Yan, Marvin Agustin, Dominic Ochoa and Ai-Ai delas Alas and Klasmeyts starring Herbert Bautista, Bayani Agbayani, Keempee de Leon, Paolo Contis and Michael Flores, every Thursdays is the drama anthologies Ipaglaban Mo hosted by Atty. Jose Sison and Atty. Jopet Sison, Maalaala Mo Kaya hosted by Charo Santos-Concio and Nagmamahal, Kapamilya hosted by Bernadette Sembrano and on Friday is the comedy gag show Banana Sundae starring Angelica Panganiban, John Prats, Jayson Gainza, Pooh, Badjie Mortiz, Ryan Bang, Jobert Austria, Sunshine Garcia, JC de Vera, Aiko Climaco, Ritz Azul, Vhong Navarro and Vice Ganda, Barbie Imperial. These shows are with all fresh new episodes, filmed in 1080p widescreen and 4K UHD; while every Fridays at 8:30 is Star Cinema Presents featuring movies from film and television production company and film distributor Star Cinema, together with Pinoy Big Brother Kumunity Season 10 Mondays to Fridays 10:30 p.m., Saturdays and Sundays 9:30 p.m..

The longest-running English-language news program in the Philippines, The World Tonight airs live at 11 p.m., anchored by Karen Davila and Tony Velasquez.

See also: The World Tonight Line-Up (June 30, 2022)

11:30 p.m., after The World Tonight, the late-night current affairs shows Mission Possible hosted by Julius Babao, My Puhunan hosted by Karen Davila, #NoFilter, Sports U hosted by Dyan Castillejo and Local Legends with fresh new episodes, reformatted into English shows and expanded to a full hour, the musical nightly talk show Martin Late @ Night hosted by Martin Nievera will make a comeback after nine years, originally aired on Fridays after Bandila from March 1 to May 31, 2013, now airing live every weeknights at midnight, the Bayan Productions' travel show Trip na Trip hosted by Kat de Castro, Jason Gainza, Franzen Fajardo, Kian Kazemi, Boogs Bugia, Akihiro Sato and Kevin Lapena and lifestyle show Urban Zone hosted by Daphne Osena-Paez aired with new episodes every Saturdays followed by Gametime hosted by Migs Bustos and Business Nightly anchored by Michelle Ong on a delayed telecast, ANC shows Executive Class hosted by David Celdran, Green Living hosted by Paolo Abrera, Asian Air Safari hosted by Joy Roa and Dayaw hosted by Sen. Loren Legarda.

On weekends, the informative show Salamat Dok hosted by Bernadette Sembrano-Aguinaldo and Alvin Elchico, it aired live on Saturdays and Sundays at 6 a.m., the religious shows such as magazine talk show Family Rosary Crusade hosted by Fr. Allan Samonte, Chi Datu-Bocobo, Claudine Zialcita and Bernard Factor Canaberal and Ang Iglesia ni Cristo is making a comeback with fresh new episodes airing on Saturdays, when FRC returns to the network after nineteen years to start the program with the praying of the Rosary and talks and discussions related to themes of the Catholic Church; while Sunday TV Mass: The Healing Eucharist live from the ABS-CBN Chapel of Annunciation featuring priests from archdiocese or diocese as mass celebrant and Sis. Boots Anson Roa-Rodrigo as mass commentator, it also additions the singing of responsorial psalm.

Saturday shows such as Dok Ricky, Pedia starring Dominic Ochoa, Louise Abuel, Yen Santos and Alessandra de Rossi, cooking show Sarap TV hosted by Sandy Daza and Karylle, children's show Kulilits hosted by Cha-Cha Cañete, Bugoy Cariño and Izzy Canillo, Coke Studio, lifestyle program At Home Ka Dito hosted by Charlene Gonzales, Eugene Domingo and Pokwang and Perfect Moments sponsored by Ponds hosted by Jodi Sta. Maria, Angel Jacob and Rosanne Prieto while the Sunday shows such as Cinema, Cinema, Cinema sponsored by Hope Luxury Cigarettes and Ajinomoto Ginisa Flavor Seasoning Mix, Bakbakan hosted by Dyan Castillejo, For Kids Only hosted by April Marcial-Stewart, science-environmental educational show Matanglawin season ends hosted by Kim Atienza, educational show Gaby's Xtraordinary Files hosted by Gaby Dela Merced, travel and lifestyle television program G Diaries hosted by the Bantay Bata Executive Director Ernie Lopez and drama anthology Star Studio will return with new episodes; while at 12 noon is ASAP hosted by Martin Nievera, Zsa Zsa Padilla, Gary Valenciano, Luis Manzano, Sarah Geronimo, Ogie Alcasid and Regine Velasquez-Alcasid, it retains the segments (during the final pre-lockdown episode) are The Greatest Showdown, Regine Velasquez Collaborations, J.E.Z., ASAP Concert Presents and Just ASK.

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On Saturdays right after Magandang Tanghali Bayan is Entertainment Live hosted by Bianca Gonzales-Intal, Luis Manzano, Nikki Gil and Ogie Diaz goes live on air and online, followed by Star Magic Presents featuring Star Magic talents with new episodes, at 5 p.m. is Gimik (1996) starring Judy Ann Santos, Diether Ocampo, G. Toengi, Mylene Dizon, Jolina Magdangal, Marvin Agustin, Bojo Molina, Patrick Garcia, Kaye Abad, Kristopher Peralta, Diego Castro, Andrea Blaesi, Dominic Ochoa, Paula Peralejo, Kim Chui, Baron Geisler and Laura James, at 6 p.m. is news magazine program Magandang Gabi... Bayan hosted by Kabayan Noli De Castro goes live on air and online, then at 7 pm is Home Sweetie Home starring Toni Gonzaga and Ryan Bang with new episodes.

Every Sunday at 2:30 p.m, the teen drama television series Tabing Ilog starring Kaye Abad, Paolo Contis, Carlo Aquino, Desiree del Valle, Patrick Garcia, Kit Thompson, Paula Peralejo, and Jodi Sta. Maria with fresh new episodes, followed by entertainment news and talk show The Buzz hosted by Boy Abunda, Kris Aquino and Toni Gonzaga goes live on air and online, at 5:30 p.m. is Luckyng Tulong hosted by Luis Manzano and Ryan Bang with new episodes, at 6:30 p.m. is Sunday night musical talk show Sharon hosted by Sharon Cuneta goes live on air and online; at 7:30 p.m. is fantasy anthology Wansapanataym with fresh new episodes.

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Reality shows such as I Can Do That!, Idol Philippines, Junior MasterChef, The Kids' Choice, Little Big Shots, MasterChef, Pilipinas Got Talent, Pinoy Boyband Superstar, Search for the Star in a Million, Star Power: Sharon's Search for the Next Female Pop Superstar, The Voice of the Philippines, The Voice Kids, The Voice Teens, The X Factor Philippines, U Can Dance, World of Dance Philippines, Your Face Sounds Familiar, Your Face Sounds Familiar: Kids and Your Moment will air on Saturdays and Sundays 8:30 p.m., before the airing, auditions of said reality shows took place in different key cities and municipalities in the Philippines, using Kumu app or Star Hunt.

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After the reality show, every Saturday at 9:30 p.m. the sitcom and sketch comedy Arriba, Arriba! starring Jolina Magdangal and Sunday is the romantic comedy weekly primetime series George and Cecil starring Judy Ann Santos and Vhong Navarro, followed by Real Talk: The Heart of the Matter hosted by Dyan Castillejo, at 11:30 p.m. is Sunday's Best with more and more foreign movies in English-audio language and Filipino classic and current movies in digitally remastered and restored in 1080p HD widescreen and 4K UHD, as well as TV specials and national events, while on Saturday at 10:30 p.m. is the mystery music game show I Can See Your Voice, at 11:30 p.m. is The Bottomline with Boy Abunda, Galing Pook, followed by F hosted by Angel Aquino, Daphne Oseña-Paez, Amanda Griffin, Iya Villania-Arellano, Cheska Garcia-Kramer and Megan Young-Daez, Mikee Conjauanco-Jaworski.

After the closing billboard of each show (excluding for newscasts), the program guide featuring the background music was "Anthem" by Megatrax, commercials, program trailers, Hourly Station ID of ABS-CBN (2014) followed by MTRCB Advisory before the next programming.

See also: TV network sponsors and public service announcements


Here is the order of sequence: Station ID, The Holy Rosary, Closing Song, National Anthem, Announcement, Sign Off Station Notice, A few seconds of Color Bars and Static.

The network immediately aired the Philippine national anthem which normally airs at midnight at the end of the broadcast day.

Prior to the national anthem music video, the Station ID, then Pray the Mysteries of the Holy Rosary by the Aquino sisters: The Joyful Mysteries to be led by Viel Aquino-Dee followed by Ang Puso ko'y Nagpupuri by Himig Heswita from the album Purihi't Pasalamatan: Mga Piling Awitin ni Fr. Honti Handog ng Himig Heswita (2000) every Monday and Saturdays, the Sorrowful Mysteries to be led by Ballsy Aquino Cruz followed by Stella Maris by Bukas Palad from the album Tanging Yaman (1989) on Tuesdays and Fridays, the Glorious Mysteries to be led by Pinky Aquino-Abellada followed by Mariang Ina Ko by Bukas Palad from the album Bukas Palad (1986) every Wednesday and Sunday, the Luminous Mysteries to be led by Kris Aquino-Yap followed by Awit sa ina ng Santo Rosaryo by Carol Banawa from the album Mysteria Lucis: The Mysteries of Light (2003) every Thursday and closing song Feeling Quiet by China Central Television (1998 version).


It followed by Announcement, ABS-CBN Station Notice 2022 (Sign Off Version), Lupang Hinirang by UP Madrigal Singers with the PNP Band (1998 Version) and HD SMPTE Color Bars with ABS-CBN CH.2 On-Screen Bug with 1kHz Sine Wave Tone.

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“This is ABS-CBN Broadcasting Corporation Channel 2, a commercial television station transmitting on a 346.2 kilowatt effective radiated power with permit number BSD-0___-2021 (REN/MOD) authorizing the station to operate until December 31, 2024," their title card read.

"This is ABS-CBN Channel 2, now signing off."

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According to some information, the channel was only closed at 12:30 a.m. every Tuesday to Friday, 1:30 a.m., every Saturday, 1:00 a.m. every Sunday and 1:30 a.m. every Monday at that time and it should have been forgotten to turn off the video recorder.

After closing every day, the test card appeared for 10 minutes and then static. The test card appeared again.

During some programs, a digital clock appears on the top-left corner of the screen.

The 2014 Teaser-end Bumper for Umaganda, Primetanghali, Kapamilya Gold, Primetime Bida and Yes Weekend, now in 16:9 1080p HDTV.

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Recent developments[]

At the same time, all of these FM, AM radio and TV networks owned by the entertainment and media conglomerate ABS-CBN will make a comeback.

On July 1, 2022, ABS-CBN Regional Network Group Stations start to resume live airings of local TV Patrol and morning shows and on the following day (July 2, 2022) it started to return to air Regional Network Group News and Current Affairs, morning news, dramas, variety programs and travel-oriented programs with new episodes. At that time when TV Patrol Regional continues to air on its Facebook page on a pre-recorded basis with its anchor reporting from their homes and on August 28, 2020 the newscast aired its final episode due to Congress of the Philippines denied its new franchise, then it returned back to original format on a live basis with anchor and reporting from studios from Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao in over the Philippines.

On July 25, 2022, the network along with ABS-CBN 2 local free tv, cable TV channels ANC Channel, DZMM TeleRadyo and TFC Channel in overseas and AM radio station DZMM to air Philippine President Marcos's first State of the Nation Address live speech from the Session Hall of Batasang Pambansa Complex in Quezon City, simultaneously live coverage with PTV-4, TV5, GMA-7, RPN-9 (CNNP), PHTV-10 ZOE TV-11, IBC-13, SBN-21, Net 25, GTV-27, RJTV-29, RMN TV-31, ZTV-33, Light DTV-33, DBS-35, UNTV-37, SMNI-39, One Sports 41, CNNP (HD free digital local), CNNP Main, DZRH TV-33 and INC TV-48.

On May 2022 Summer, the network will show live air the 2021 Southeast Asian Games in Hanoi, Vietnam along with CNN Philippines, PTV-4, TV5, One Sports and IBC-13.

At the start of -ber months, from September 1 to December 31, 2022 after the sign-on notice is the 2002 Christmas Station ID "Isang Pamilya, Isang Puso Ngayong Pasko" revival digitally remastered and restored version in 1080p HD widescreen and 4K UHD 60fps, also the return of Christmas Message and Hourly Station ID, starting from November 1 to December 31, 2022.

On September 20, 2022 Officials Rebranding S+A Sports and Action and A2Z Ch 11 of ZOE TV 11 it becomes A New Studio 23 local channel was so called ABS-CBN 23 (A23) official new name which is started born in all Philippine digital free tv channel and all free tv local on-air depending signals nationwide areas.

From September 10 to 25, 2022, the network along with Studio 23, Liga, PTV-4 (HD), TV5 and One Sports 41 will air the 2022 Asian Games in Hangzhou, Zhejiang, China; it was for the second time in sixty years since the network to cover the 1962 Asian Games in Jakarta, Indonesia.

From November 21 to December 18, 2022, the Network along with cable channel Liga will air on several cable companies in The Philippines the 2022 FIFA World Cup live from Doha, Qatar.

On December 11, 2022 from 11:30 p.m. up to 1:30 a.m., ABS-CBN will air Lazada 12.12 Super Show: Give Laz on Christmas.

On December 14, 2022, ABS-CBN attention will aquire a Weather Company, AWN Group from Ayala Corporation, Which was aquired by Ayala back on December 7, 2019 to avoid Alias cease and desist order (CDO) by the National Telecommunications Commission (NTC).

From December 17 and 18, 2022, the network aired a two-part Christmas Special from the Smart Araneta Coliseum since the end of Coronavirus disease 2019 or COVID-19 pandemic, while on December 24 to 25, the network aired the 39th Christmas Overnight Family Reunion and Thanksgiving Appointment with El Shaddai live from the Quirino Grandstand, Rizal Park, Manila with Philippine President Marcos as guest of honor.

From December 16 to 17 and 19 to 24, 2022 at 3 a.m. (before Gising Pilipinas) and December 18, 2022 at 4:30 a.m. (before Pluma), ABS-CBN will air Kapamilya Simbang Gabi.

On January 1, 2023, in celebrating the New Year 2023 and in celebrating 70 years of the network, ABS-CBN resurrects the Sarimanok logo.

ABS-CBN re-launches The Grand ABS-CBN Sarimanok Milyung-Milyong Pasasalamat Raffle Papremyo-the first, biggest, longest and most dynamic nationwide promo contest by a media network.

ABS-CBN features special plugs and programs as it celebrates 70 years as a TV company and the 70th anniversary of Philippine TV.

On January 8 to 9, 2023, the network and radio station DZMM to cover the Feast of the Black Nazarene in Quiapo, Manila.

From February 1 to 28, 2023, after the sign-on notice is the airing of Pag-ibig ang Hihilom sa Daigdig, due to the month-long worldwide celebration of Valentines.

From March 1 to May 31, 2023, it re-aired the 2019 Summer Station ID "Summer is Love" revival due to the two-month-long summer vacation in the country.

From April 6 to 8, 2023, network goes on the air in observance of Holy Week programs of ABS-CBN and Studio 23.

On April 9, 2023 the network resumes regular broadcasts.

On April 23, 2023, the network airs Binibining Pilipinas 2023, the 60th edition of the Binibining Pilipinas live at the Smart Araneta Coliseum. Co-inciding with the 70th anniversary of ABS-CBN and Philippine Television and 125th anniversary of Philippine Independence. Ruffa Gutierrez narrates at the opening of the grand coronation night: "Sa ngalan po ng ika-pitumpung taon ng Kapamilya Network, ika-pitumpung taon ng telebisyon sa bansa at ika-sandaan at dalawampu't limang taon ng ating kasarinlan, handog namin sa inyo ang Binibining Pilipinas 2023!" At the end of the pageant new winner was crowned Miss Universe Philippines 2023; TBA as Miss World Philippines 2023; TBA as Binibining Pilipinas International 2023; TBA as Binibining Pilipinas Supranational 2023; and TBA as Binibining Pilipinas Tourism 2023. Four contestants from TBA completed the winning circle: TBA, first runner-up; TBA, second runner-up; TBA, third runner-up and TBA, fourth runner-up.

From May 5 to 16, 2023, ABS-CBN, along with sister station Studio 23, together with PTV-4, IBC, TV5, One Sports, GMA, GTV and CNN Philippines to cover the 2023 Southeast Asian Games in Phnom Penh, Cambodia; it was for the third time since ABS-CBN to cover the 2007 Southeast Asian Games in Nakhon Ratchasima, Thailand, 2009 Southeast Asian Games in Vientiane, Laos and 2019 Southeast Asian Games in Manila, Philippines.

On July 1 to 31, 2023 it re-aired the 2002 Rainy Station ID "Umulan, Umaraw Magkasama Tayo" featuring the song "Sukob Na" by 17:28, digitally remastered and restored version.

On July 3, 2023, Bandila makes a comeback replacing the 9pm edition of News Patrol, anchored by Henry Omaga-Diaz, Ron Cruz and Pia Gutierrez with Boyet Sison. At that time when Bandila was suspended due to the Coronavirus diseease 19 or COVID-19 pandemic and eventually cancelled due to the shutdown of ABS-CBN and moved to ABS-CBN News Channel, The Filipino Channel, Cine Mo!, and on social media platforms such as Facebook, YouTube, and iWantTFC.

From August 25 to September 10, 2023, ABS-CBN along with sister station Studio 23, TV5 and One Sports 41 to cover the 2023 FIBA Basketball World Cup hosted by the Philippines, Japan, and Indonesia.

In October 2023, ABS-CBN celebrates 70th Anniversary of Philippine Television and ABS-CBN Television via the media network extravaganza Kapamilya: ABS-CBN @ 70 from the Smart Araneta Coliseum featuring all ABS-CBN talents past and present and with all of the Philippines' well-known personalities in attendance.

On November 13, 2023, after TV Patrol, an expanded version of 2019 Christmas station ID "Family is Forever", the mashup includes Star ng Pasko, Thank You for the Love, Just Love Ngayong Christmas, and Family is Love and features persons featured in previous station IDs of 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018 and 2020 are Baby Cerdeña, Women from the Women’s Crisis Center, Gualberto Isla Jr., Cyril Perales, Gemma Solomon, Simplicio Yoma, Nanay Dely, Arjanmar and Khaye Rebeta, Moching Bueno, Rodolfo Ariño, Peter Roncales

On November 17-26, 2023, ABS-CBN and Studio 23 will air the 2023 Asian Indoor and Martial Arts Games in Bangkok and Chonburi, Thailand.

On December 31, 2023. ABS-CBN aired "Salubong 2024: The ABS-CBN Grand New Year Countdown" live from SM Seaside Complex in Cebu City.

On January 1, 2024. boxing promotion company ALA Promotions (promoted the Pinoy Pride series of bouts aired on ABS-CBN and its sister network, Studio 23) to reopen following the return of broadcast for ABS-CBN.

In February 2024. ABS-CBN network goes on the air in boxing promotion,

From March 28 to 30, 2024. network goes on the air in observance of Holy Week programs of ABS-CBN and Studio 23.

On March 31, 2024 the network resumes regular broadcasts. Easter Sunday regular programming.

On June 2, 2024. the network airs Binibining Pilipinas 2024, the 61th edition of the Binibining Pilipinas live at the Smart Araneta Coliseum in Cubao ABS-CBN and People Television, Miss Universe Philippines 2024.

ABS-CBN acquired a new 50-year franchise to operate in August 2024 under Republic Act 14___ signed by Philippine President Bongbong Marcos. RA 14___ allows ABS-CBN to continue operating its channels in the Philippines and orders it to provide air time for public service announcements, especially in times of emergency or calamity legally if he/she approved

In 2027, ABS-CBN News airs 60 years of history on air of delivering the news and dedicating service to the Filipino, since the birth of ABS-CBN News back in 1967 as the country's news organization by the Lopezes, after passing the Taal volcano eruption, the first case of Novel Coronavirus (nCov 19) during the press conference in the Department of Health (DOH) with recoveries and deaths, Global health and economic crisis due to COVID-19 pandemic: Millions of Filipinos loss their jobs and we have to stay home, as the world changed our lives to implement, curfews, travel restrictions, President Rodrigo Duterte declares under Enhanced Community Quarantine, fall of tourism, airline and hotel industry, all the malls, restaurants and other business establishments has eventually shutdown, the Philippine economy has battered, protection against the COVID-19 virus: wearing face masks, shields, observance of social distancing as in compliance in safety health protocols by the local government units under the new normal, ABS-CBN shutdown: all of the free TV and radio stations signed off even the Regional Network, issued a cease and desist order from the National Telecommunications Commisssion (NTC) back in May 5, 2020 as the network's franchise expired, ABS-CBN shows returns on ABS-CBN's deal of ZOE Broadcasting Network via A2Z Channel 11, 6.6 magnitude earthquake in Masbate, super typhoon Quinta, Rolly and Ulysses, death of Philippine Airlines female flight cabin crew "Christine Dacera", delivery of COVID-19 vaccines againsts the deadly virus, death of former President Benigno Aquino III at the age of 60 and C-130 aircraft crash, 2020 Tokyo Olympics and other history of the past 6 decades, ABS-CBN News will look back in the history and learn the story what happened in the past 60 years, in their new documentary program "Anim na Dekada- The ABS-CBN News 60th Anniversary Special" hosted by the Filipino broadcast journalist "Henry Omaga Diaz" the 60th anniversary documentary special of ABS-CBN News features the current and former anchors for their reunion.

In December 28, 2028, ABS-CBN was granted by the National Telecommunications Commission (NTC) a provisional authority to operate radio and television stations nationwide. A provisional authority was also secured from the NTC to operate and maintain radio and television broadcasting stations in the Philippines.

ABS-CBN Corporation is stills The Largest Biggest Company Corporation in Philippine Archipelago.

ABS-CBN Regional[]

Main article: ABS-CBN TV Stations Nationwide

ABS-CBN Regional serves as the regional network division of ABS-CBN. It is responsible for simultaneously airing most of the shows seen on ABS-CBN's flagship station in the provinces, all stations (Laoag, Dagupan, Baguio, Tuguegarao, Isabela, Pampanga, Batangas, Palawan, Naga and Legazpi from LUZON, Iloilo, Bacolod, Dumaguete, Cebu and Tacloban from VISAYAS, Iligan, Cagayan de Oro, Butuan, Davao, General Santos, Cotabato, Pagadian and Zamboanga from MINDANAO), were reopened 16 years ago in 1988 after the network's hibernation due to Martial law in September 1972 aside from Manila's flagship station, which reopened after the People Power Revolution in September 1986. ABS-CBN Regional has several stations in each region outside Mega Manila to ensure nationwide coverage. The local stations also produce their own newscasts which air prior to TV Patrol and other local programming which air from Mondays to Fridays. The launch of local variety-oriented shows for under 1990's of Barkadahan sa S na S (Bacolod), Sabado na Gyud, Ngiga Gud (Cebu), Tsada (Cagayan de Oro), Sabado Jam (Davao) and Zambo Jambo (Zamboanga). Meanwhile, the local morning shows of ABS-CBN RNG; Naimbag nga Morning Kapamilya (Baguio, Laoag, Dagupan, Tuguegarao and Isabela), Good Morning Central Luzon (Pampanga, Nueva Ecija, Tarlac, Olongapo and Bulacan), Gising na, Maagang Southern Luzon (Batangas, San Pablo, Laguna, Tagaytay, Lucena, Mindoro and Palawan), Marhay na Aga Kapamilya (Naga, Legazpi, Daet, Camarines Norte, Sorsogon and Masbate), The Morning Show (Bacolod, Iloilo, Kalibo, Aklan and Roxas, Capiz), Maayong Buntag Kapamilya (Cebu, Dumaguete and Bohol), Maupay na Aga Kapamilya (Tacloban and Calbayog), Pamahaw Espesyal (Cagayan de Oro, Ozamiz, Marawi, Iligan, Bukidnon, Agusan del Sur, Butuan, Surigao and Tandag) Maayong Buntag Mindanao (Davao, Mati, Davao Oriental, General Santos, Koronadal and Cotabato) and Buenas Dias Zamboanga (Zamboanga, Dipolog, Pagadian and Jolo, Sulu), the 10th local TV Patrol Batangas & Palawan in Southern Luzon (Region IV; the network had an affiliate station), provided more relevance to regional audiences.

On April 15, 2011, RNG launched ChoosePhilippines, a new website aimed to promote tourism in the Philippines by sharing photos and stories of the most extravagant places, culture, and arts of the Philippine islands.

Programming[]

Main article: List of programs broadcast by ABS-CBN

ABS-CBN television programming comprises variety shows, dramas, musicals, soap operas, children's and talk shows, reality programs, news, public affairs, politics, sports, fictional, cartoons and anime and movie blocks. Most of its programs are broadcast live and taped in its ABS-CBN Broadcasting Center located in Metropolitan Manila. ABS-CBN currently programs 21 hours of programming per day. It provides 34.5 hours of prime-time programming per week to its owned and affiliated stations: on Weekdays, 6:00–10:30 p.m. on Mondays to Fridays, 6:30 pm–1:30 a.m. on Saturdays, 6:30 p.m.–1:30 a.m. on Sundays. Programming is also provided from 4:00 p.m.–1:25 a.m. on Weekdays in the form of Alas Singko Y Medya; the one-and-half-hour and two-and-half-hour Monday to Saturday noontime variety show MTB, early-afternoon drama, early- and late-evening news program, TV Patrol and The World Tonight respectively; primetime programming; late-night current affairs show produced by its news and public affairs department.

Management[]

  • Martin López (Chairman)
  • Carlo L. Katigbak (President and CEO)
  • Cory Vidanes (COO for Broadcast)
  • Aldrin Cerrado (COO for ABS-CBN Global)
  • Charo Santos-Concio (CCO)
  • Eugenio Manuel Lopez IV (Head of Digital)
  • Laurenti Dyogi (Head of TV and Entertainment Production and Star Magic)
  • Ging Reyes (Head of Integrated News and Current Affairs)
  • Engr. Bernardo M. Acosta (Vice President for Technical Operations)

TV Engineering Department[]

  • Engr. Melvin Acosta (Professional Electronics and Communications Engineer)
  • Engr. Rolan Garalibes (Professional Electronics and Communications Engineer)
  • Engr. Romulo Tataro, Jr. (Electronics and Communications Engineer)
  • Engr. Jayson Palma (Electronics and Communications Engineer)
  • Engr. Ronnie Sagad (Electronics and Communications Engineer)
  • Engr. Jerson Ignacio (Electronics and Communications Engineer)
  • Engr. Jose Paolo Garibay (Electronics and Communications Engineer)
  • Engr. Michael dela Cruz (First Class Radio Telephone Operator)
  • Engr. Orlando Lagarta (First Class Radio Telephone Operator)
  • Engr. Ronald Parumog (First Class Radio Telephone Operator)
  • Engr. Rene Agravante (First Class Radio Telephone Operator)

Voice Over[]

  • Mr. Peter Musngi
  • Ms. Toni Gonzaga

After the station ident of ABS-CBN, the opening bumper of their local programs and the voiceover Peter A. Musngi and Toni Gonzaga said, "ABS-CBN now brings you...(title of a local program)" or "Inahatid ng ABS-CBN ang... (title of a local program)".

Schedule[]

2022[]

July 2022 Example:[]

Monday to Thursday (Metro Manila)

3:58 am – Kape't Pandasal
4 am – Gising Pilipinas
5 am – Balita Alas-Singko ng Umaga
5:30 am – Alas Singko Y Medya
8 am –
Monday and Wednesday: Hiraya Manawari
Tuesday and Thursday: Epol/Apple
8:30 am – Sineskwela
9 am –
Monday: Marvel Knights (Tagalog dub)
Tuesday and Thursday: MathDali
Wednesday: Avengers Assemble (Tagalog dub)
9:30 am – Tico And Friends (Tagalog dub)
10 am – Jackie (Tagalog dub)
10:30 am – SorpreSaya
11 am – Magandang Buhay
12 nn – Magandang Tanghali Bayan (Vhong Navarro, Vice Ganda and Company)
1:30 pm – SNN: Showbiz News Ngayon
2 pm – Flames
2:30 pm – Triunfo del Amor (Tagalog dub)
3 pm – Amores Verdaderos (Tagalog dub)
3:30 pm – Saber Marionette J (Tagalog dub)
4 pm – Fortune Quest (Tagalog dub)
4:30 pm – Ang TV
5 pm – Hoy Gising
5:30 pm – Balitang K
6 pm – TV Patrol
6:30 pm – Ang Probinsyano (new episodes)
7 pm – Darna (new episodes)
7:30 pm –
Monday: Ok Fine, 'To Ang Gusto Niyo! (revival)
Tuesday: Bora (revival)
Wednesday: Pwedeng Pwede (revival)
Thursday: Ipaglaban Mo! (revival)
8:30 pm –
Monday: Palibhasa Lalake (revival)
Tuesday: Abangan ang Susunod na Kabanata (revival)
Wednesday: Whattamen (revival)
Thursday: !Oka Tokat (revival)
9:30 pm –
Monday: Judy Ann Drama Special
Tuesday: Nagmamahal, Kapamilya (revival)
Wednesday: Klasmeyts (revival)
Thursday: Maalaala Mo Kaya (MMK)
10:30 pm – Pinoy Big Brother: Kumunity Season 10
11 pm – Bandila
11:30 pm –
Monday: Harapan
Tuesday: The Correspondents
Wednesday: #NoFilter
Thursday: Krusada
12:30 am to 1 am - Martin Late @ Night

Friday (Metro Manila)

3:58 am – Kape't Pandasal
4 am – Gising Pilipinas
5 am – Balita Alas-Singko ng Umaga
5:30 am – Alas Singko Y Medya
8 am – Bayani
8:30 am – Sineskwela
9 am – Max Steel (Tagalog dub)
9:30 am – Tico And Friends (Tagalog dub)
10 am – Jackie (Tagalog dub)
10:30 am – SorpreSaya
11 am – Magandang Buhay
12 nn – Magandang Tanghali Bayan (Vice Ganda) (revival)
1:30 pm – SNN: Showbiz News Ngayon
2 pm – Flames (revival)
2:30 pm – Triunfo del Amor (Tagalog dub)
3 pm – Amores Verdaderos (Tagalog dub)
3:30 pm – Saber Marionette J (Tagalog dub)
4 pm – Fortune Quest (Tagalog dub)
4:30 pm – Ang TV
5 pm – Hoy Gising
5:30 pm – Balitang K
6 pm – TV Patrol
6:30 pm – Ang Probinsyano (new episodes)
7 pm – Darna (new episodes)
7:30 pm – Banana Split
8:30 pm – Star Cinema Presents
10:30 pm – Pinoy Big Brother: Kumunity Season 10
11 pm – Bandila
11:30 pm – S.O.C.O.: Scene of the Crime Operatives
12:30 am – Trip na Trip
1 am – Urban Zone
1:30 am to 2 am – Martin Late @ Night

Monday to Thursday (Regional Stations)

3:58 am – Kape't Pandasal
4 am – Gising Pilipinas
5 am – Balita Alas-Singko ng Umaga
5:30 am – Alas Singko Y Medya
7 am – Local Morning Shows
Naimbag nga Morning Kapamilya (ABS-CBN TV-3 Baguio, ABS-CBN TV-7 Laoag, ABS-CBN TV-11 Vigan ABS-CBN TV-30 La Union, ABS-CBN TV-32 Dagupan, ABS-CBN TV-11 Mountain Province, ABS-CBN TV-11 Abra, ABS-CBN TV-11 Batanes, ABS-CBN TV-9 Aparri, Cagayan, ABS-CBN TV-3 Tuguegarao, ABS-CBN TV-2 Isabela and ABS-CBN TV-11 Bayombong)
Good Morning Central Luzon (ABS-CBN TV-46 Pampanga, ABS-CBN TV-22 Baler, Aurora, ABS-CBN TV-32 Nueva Ecija, ABS-CBN TV-34 Tarlac, ABS-CBN TV-12 Olongapo and ABS-CBN TV-34 Bulacan)
Gising Na, Maagang Southern Luzon (ABS-CBN TV-10 Batangas, ABS-CBN TV-40 Jalajala, Rizal, ABS-CBN TV-46 San Pablo, Laguna ABS-CBN TV-6 Calamba, ABS-CBN TV-32 Tagaytay, ABS-CBN TV-24 Lucena, ABS-CBN TV-11 Occidental Mindoro, ABS-CBN TV-21 Calapan, ABS-CBN TV-5 Coron, Palawan, ABS-CBN TV-7 Palawan, ABS-CBN TV-10 Sofronio Española, Palawan, ABS-CBN TV-9 Brooke's Point, Palawan and ABS-CBN TV-9 Romblon)
Marhay na Aga Kapamilya (ABS-CBN TV-11 Naga, ABS-CBN TV-10 Daet, Camarines Norte, ABS-CBN TV-7 Catanduanes, ABS-CBN TV-4 Legazpi, ABS-CBN TV-10 Tabaco, Albay, ABS-CBN TV-7 Sorsogon and ABS-CBN TV-10 Masbate)
The Morning Show (ABS-CBN TV-4 Bacolod, ABS-CBN TV-9 Kalibo, Aklan, ABS-CBN TV-21 Roxas, Capiz, ABS-CBN TV-44 Antique and ABS-CBN TV-10 Iloilo)
Maayong Buntag Kapamilya (ABS-CBN TV-3 Cebu, ABS-CBN TV-12 Dumaguete and ABS-CBN TV-9 Bohol)
Maupay nga Aga Kapamilya (ABS-CBN TV-2 Tacloban, ABS-CBN TV-7 Catbalogan, ABS-CBN TV-10 Calbayog and ABS-CBN TV-38 Borongan)
Pamahaw Espesyal (ABS-CBN TV-2 Cagayan De Oro, ABS-CBN TV-7 Ozamiz, ABS-CBN TV-4 Iligan, ABS-CBN TV-2 Bukidnon, ABS-CBN TV-5 Agusan del Sur, ABS-CBN TV-11 Butuan, ABS-CBN TV-12 Surigao and ABS-CBN TV-26 Tandag)
Maayong Buntag Southern Mindanao (ABS-CBN TV-4 Davao, ABS-CBN TV-24 Mati, Davao Oriental, ABS-CBN TV-3 General Santos, ABS-CBN TV-4 Koronadal, ABS-CBN TV-4 Kidapawan and ABS-CBN TV-3 Cotabato)
Buenas Dias Zamboanga (ABS-CBN TV-3 Zamboanga, ABS-CBN TV-9 Pagadian, ABS-CBN TV-42 Dipolog, ABS-CBN TV-10 Jolo, Sulu and ABS-CBN TV-8 Tawi-Tawi)
8 am –
Monday and Wednesday: Hiraya Manawari
Tuesday and Thursday: Epol/Apple
8:30 am – Sineskwela
9 am –
Monday: Marvel Kinghts (Tagalog dub)
Tuesday and Thursday: MathDali
Wednesday: Avengers Assemble (Tagalog dub)
9:30 am – Tico And Friends (Tagalog dub)
10 am – Jackie (Tagalog dub)
10:30 am –
Ilocano Drama (Baguio)
Kapampangan Drama (Pampanga)
Japanese Dramas (Batangas)
Palawano Drama (Palawan)
Bicolano Drama (Naga & Legazpi)
Hiligaynon Drama (Bacolod)
Cebuano Drama (Cebu)
Waray Drama (Tacloban)
Cebuano Drama (Cagayan de Oro)
Butuanon Drama (Butuan)
Cebuano Drama (Davao)
Blaan Drama (General Santos)
Maguindanaon Drama (Cotabato)
Chavacano Drama (Zamboanga)
11 am – Magandang Buhay
12 nn – Magandang Tanghali Bayan revival
1:30 pm – SNN: Showbiz News Ngayon
2 pm – Flames
2:30 pm – Triunfo del Amor (Tagalog dub)
3 pm – Amores Verdaderos (Tagalog dub)
3:30 pm – Saber Marionette J (Tagalog dub)
4 pm – Fortune Quest (Tagalog dub)
4:30 pm – Ang TV
5 pm – ABS-CBN Regional Network Group Newscasts
TV Patrol Northern Luzon (ABS-CBN TV-3 Baguio, ABS-CBN TV-32 Dagupan: Semi-satellite (Baguio), ABS-CBN TV-7 Laoag: Semi-satellite (Baguio), ABS-CBN TV-2 Isabela: Semi-satellite (Baguio), ABS-CBN TV-2 Tuguegarao: Semi-satellite (Baguio), ABS-CBN TV-11 Vigan, ABS-CBN TV-30 La Union, ABS-CBN TV-11 Mountain Province and ABS-CBN TV-11 Abra, ABS-CBN TV-11 Batanes, ABS-CBN TV-9 Aparri, Cagayan and ABS-CBN TV-11 Bayombong)
TV Patrol Central Luzon (ABS-CBN TV-46 Pampanga, ABS-CBN TV-22 Baler, Aurora, ABS-CBN TV-32 Nueva Ecija, ABS-CBN TV-34 Tarlac, ABS-CBN TV-13 Botolan, Zambales, ABS-CBN TV-12 Olongapo, ABS-CBN TV-22 Bataan and ABS-CBN TV-34 Bulacan)
TV Patrol Southern Luzon (ABS-CBN TV-10 Batangas, ABS-CBN TV-7 Palawan Semi-satellite:(Batangas), ABS-CBN TV-40 Jalajala, Rizal, ABS-CBN TV-6 Calamba, ABS-CBN TV-46 San Pablo, Laguna, ABS-CBN TV-32 Tagaytay, ABS-CBN TV-24 Lucena, ABS-CBN TV-11 Occidental Mindoro, ABS-CBN TV-21 Calapan, ABS-CBN TV-5 Coron, Palawan, TV-10 Sofronio Español, Palawan, ABS-CBN TV-9 Brooke's Point, Palawan and ABS-CBN TV-9 Romblon)
TV Patrol Bicol (ABS-CBN TV-11 Naga, ABS-CBN TV-4 Legazpi: Semi-satellite (Naga), ABS-CBN TV-23 Daet, ABS-CBN TV-7 Catanduanes, ABS-CBN TV-10 Tabaco, Albay, ABS-CBN TV-7 Sorsogon and ABS-CBN TV-10 Masbate)
TV Patrol Western Visayas (ABS-CBN TV-4 Bacolod, ABS-CBN TV-10 Iloilo Semi-satellite (Bacolod), ABS-CBN TV-9 Kalibo, Aklan and ABS-CBN TV-21 Roxas, Capiz)
TV Patrol Central Visayas (ABS-CBN TV-3 Cebu, ABS-CBN TV-12 Dumaguete: Semi-satellite (Cebu) and ABS-CBN TV-9 Jagna, Bohol)
TV Patrol Eastern Visayas (ABS-CBN TV-2 Tacloban, ABS-CBN TV-7 Catbalogan, ABS-CBN TV-10 Calbayog and ABS-CBN TV-38 Borongan)
TV Patrol Northern Mindanao (ABS-CBN TV-2 Cagayan de Oro, ABS-CBN TV-11 Butuan: Semi-satellite (Cagayan de Oro), ABS-CBN TV-4 Iligan: Semi-satellite (Cagayan de Oro), ABS-CBN TV-7 Ozamiz, ABS-CBN TV-2 Bukidnon, ABS-CBN TV-5 San Francisco, Agusan del Sur, ABS-CBN TV-12 Surigao and ABS-CBN TV-26 Butuan)
TV Patrol Southern Mindanao (ABS-CBN TV-4 Davao, ABS-CBN TV-3 General Santos: Semi-satellite (Davao), ABS-CBN TV-5 Cotabato: Semi-satellite (Davao), ABS-CBN TV-24 Mati, Davao Oriental, ABS-CBN TV-4 Koronadal and ABS-CBN TV-4 Kidapawan)
TV Patrol Western Mindanao (ABS-CBN TV-3 Zamboanga, TV-9 Pagadian: Semi-satellite (Zamboanga), ABS-CBN TV-42 Dipolog, ABS-CBN TV-10 Jolo, Sulu and ABS-CBN TV-8 Tawi-Tawi)
5:30 pm – Balitang K
6 pm – TV Patrol
6:30 pm – Ang Probinsyano (new episodes)
7 pm – Darna (new episodes)
7:30 pm –
Monday: Ok Fine, 'To Ang Gusto Niyo! (revival)
Tuesday: Bora (revival)
Wednesday: Pwedeng Pwede (revival)
Thursday: Ipaglaban Mo! (revival)
8:30 pm –
Monday: Palibhasa Lalake (revival)
Tuesday: Abangan ang Susunod na Kabanata (revival)
Wednesday: Whattamen (revival)
Thursday: !Oka Tokat (revival)
9:30 pm –
Monday: Judy Ann Drama Special
Tuesday: Nagmamahal, Kapamilya (revival)
Wednesday: Klasmeyts (revival)
Thursday: Maalaala Mo Kaya (MMK)
10:30 pm – Pinoy Big Brother Kumunity Season 10
11 pm – Bandila
11:30 pm –
Monday: Harapan
Tuesday: The Correspondents
Wednesday: #NoFilter
Thursday: Krusada
12:30 am to 1 am – Martin Late @ Night

Friday (Regional Stations)

3:58 am – Kape't Pandasal
4 am – Gising Pilipinas
5 am – Balita Alas-Singko ng Umaga
5:30 am – Alas Singko Y Medya
7 am – Local Morning Shows
Naimbag nga Morning Kapamilya (ABS-CBN TV-3 Baguio, ABS-CBN TV-7 Laoag, ABS-CBN TV-11 Vigan ABS-CBN TV-30 La Union, ABS-CBN TV-32 Dagupan, ABS-CBN TV-11 Mountain Province, ABS-CBN TV-11 Abra, ABS-CBN TV-11 Batanes, ABS-CBN TV-9 Aparri, Cagayan, ABS-CBN TV-3 Tuguegarao, ABS-CBN TV-2 Isabela and ABS-CBN TV-11 Bayombong)
Good Morning Central Luzon (ABS-CBN TV-46 Pampanga, ABS-CBN TV-22 Baler, Aurora, ABS-CBN TV-32 Nueva Ecija, ABS-CBN TV-34 Tarlac, ABS-CBN TV-12 Olongapo and ABS-CBN TV-34 Bulacan)
Gising Na, Maagang Southern Luzon (ABS-CBN TV-10 Batangas, ABS-CBN TV-40 Jalajala, Rizal, ABS-CBN TV-46 San Pablo, Laguna ABS-CBN TV-6 Calamba, ABS-CBN TV-32 Tagaytay, ABS-CBN TV-24 Lucena, ABS-CBN TV-11 Occidental Mindoro, ABS-CBN TV-21 Calapan, ABS-CBN TV-5 Coron, Palawan, ABS-CBN TV-7 Palawan, ABS-CBN TV-10 Sofronio Española, Palawan, ABS-CBN TV-9 Brooke's Point, Palawan and ABS-CBN TV-9 Romblon)
Marhay na Aga Kapamilya (ABS-CBN TV-11 Naga, ABS-CBN TV-10 Daet, Camarines Norte, ABS-CBN TV-7 Catanduanes, ABS-CBN TV-4 Legazpi, ABS-CBN TV-10 Tabaco, Albay, ABS-CBN TV-7 Sorsogon and ABS-CBN TV-10 Masbate)
The Morning Show (ABS-CBN TV-4 Bacolod, ABS-CBN TV-9 Kalibo, Aklan, ABS-CBN TV-21 Roxas, Capiz, ABS-CBN TV-44 Antique and ABS-CBN TV-10 Iloilo)
Maayong Buntag Kapamilya (ABS-CBN TV-3 Cebu, ABS-CBN TV-12 Dumaguete and ABS-CBN TV-9 Bohol)
Maupay nga Aga Kapamilya (ABS-CBN TV-2 Tacloban, ABS-CBN TV-7 Catbalogan, ABS-CBN TV-10 Calbayog and ABS-CBN TV-38 Borongan)
Pamahaw Espesyal (ABS-CBN TV-2 Cagayan De Oro, ABS-CBN TV-7 Ozamiz, ABS-CBN TV-4 Iligan, ABS-CBN TV-2 Bukidnon, ABS-CBN TV-5 Agusan del Sur, ABS-CBN TV-11 Butuan, ABS-CBN TV-12 Surigao and ABS-CBN TV-26 Tandag)
Maayong Buntag Southern Mindanao (ABS-CBN TV-4 Davao, ABS-CBN TV-24 Mati, Davao Oriental, ABS-CBN TV-3 General Santos, ABS-CBN TV-4 Koronadal, ABS-CBN TV-4 Kidapawan and ABS-CBN TV-3 Cotabato)
Buenas Dias Zamboanga (ABS-CBN TV-3 Zamboanga, ABS-CBN TV-9 Pagadian, ABS-CBN TV-42 Dipolog, ABS-CBN TV-10 Jolo, Sulu and ABS-CBN TV-8 Tawi-Tawi)
8 am – Bayani
8:30 am – Sineskwela
9 am – Max Steel (Tagalog dub)
9:30 am – Tico And Friends (Tagalog dub)
10 am – Jacike (Tagalog dub)
10:30 am –
Ilocano Drama (Baguio)
Kapampangan Drama (Pampanga)
Japanese Dramas (Batangas)
Palawano Drama (Palawan)
Bicolano Drama (Naga & Legazpi)
Hiligaynon Drama (Bacolod)
Cebuano Drama (Cebu)
Waray Drama (Tacloban)
Cebuano Drama (Cagayan de Oro)
Butuanon Drama (Butuan)
Cebuano Drama (Davao)
Blaan Drama (General Santos)
Maguindanaon Drama (Cotabato)
Chavacano Drama (Zamboanga)
11 am – Magandang Buhay
12 nn – Magandang Tanghali Bayan
1:30 pm – SNN: Showbiz News Ngayon
2 pm – Flames
2:30 pm – Triunfo del Amor (Tagalog dub)
3 pm – Amores Verdaderos (Tagalog dub)
3:30 pm – Saber Marionette J (Tagalog dub)
4 pm – Fortune Quest (Tagalog dub)
4:30 pm – Ang TV
5 pm – ABS-CBN Regional Network Group Newscasts
TV Patrol Northern Luzon (ABS-CBN TV-3 Baguio, ABS-CBN TV-32 Dagupan: Semi-satellite (Baguio), ABS-CBN TV-7 Laoag: Semi-satellite (Baguio), ABS-CBN TV-2 Isabela: Semi-satellite (Baguio), ABS-CBN TV-2 Tuguegarao: Semi-satellite (Baguio), ABS-CBN TV-11 Vigan, ABS-CBN TV-30 La Union, ABS-CBN TV-11 Mountain Province and ABS-CBN TV-11 Abra, ABS-CBN TV-11 Batanes, ABS-CBN TV-9 Aparri, Cagayan and ABS-CBN TV-11 Bayombong)
TV Patrol Central Luzon (ABS-CBN TV-46 Pampanga, ABS-CBN TV-22 Baler, Aurora, ABS-CBN TV-32 Nueva Ecija, ABS-CBN TV-34 Tarlac, ABS-CBN TV-13 Botolan, Zambales, ABS-CBN TV-12 Olongapo, ABS-CBN TV-22 Bataan and ABS-CBN TV-34 Bulacan)
TV Patrol Southern Luzon (ABS-CBN TV-10 Batangas, ABS-CBN TV-7 Palawan Semi-satellite:(Batangas), ABS-CBN TV-40 Jalajala, Rizal, ABS-CBN TV-6 Calamba, ABS-CBN TV-46 San Pablo, Laguna, ABS-CBN TV-32 Tagaytay, ABS-CBN TV-24 Lucena, ABS-CBN TV-11 Occidental Mindoro, ABS-CBN TV-21 Calapan, ABS-CBN TV-5 Coron, Palawan, TV-10 Sofronio Español, Palawan, ABS-CBN TV-9 Brooke's Point, Palawan and ABS-CBN TV-9 Romblon)
TV Patrol Bicol (ABS-CBN TV-11 Naga, ABS-CBN TV-4 Legazpi: Semi-satellite (Naga), ABS-CBN TV-23 Daet, ABS-CBN TV-7 Catanduanes, ABS-CBN TV-10 Tabaco, Albay, ABS-CBN TV-7 Sorsogon and ABS-CBN TV-10 Masbate)
TV Patrol Western Visayas (ABS-CBN TV-4 Bacolod, ABS-CBN TV-10 Iloilo Semi-satellite (Bacolod), ABS-CBN TV-9 Kalibo, Aklan and ABS-CBN TV-21 Roxas, Capiz)
TV Patrol Central Visayas (ABS-CBN TV-3 Cebu, ABS-CBN TV-12 Dumaguete: Semi-satellite (Cebu) and ABS-CBN TV-9 Jagna, Bohol)
TV Patrol Eastern Visayas (ABS-CBN TV-2 Tacloban, ABS-CBN TV-7 Catbalogan, ABS-CBN TV-10 Calbayog and ABS-CBN TV-38 Borongan)
TV Patrol Northern Mindanao (ABS-CBN TV-2 Cagayan de Oro, ABS-CBN TV-11 Butuan: Semi-satellite (Cagayan de Oro), ABS-CBN TV-4 Iligan: Semi-satellite (Cagayan de Oro), ABS-CBN TV-7 Ozamiz, ABS-CBN TV-2 Bukidnon, ABS-CBN TV-5 San Francisco, Agusan del Sur, ABS-CBN TV-12 Surigao and ABS-CBN TV-26 Butuan)
TV Patrol Southern Mindanao (ABS-CBN TV-4 Davao, ABS-CBN TV-3 General Santos: Semi-satellite (Davao), ABS-CBN TV-5 Cotabato: Semi-satellite (Davao), ABS-CBN TV-24 Mati, Davao Oriental, ABS-CBN TV-4 Koronadal and ABS-CBN TV-4 Kidapawan)
TV Patrol Western Mindanao (ABS-CBN TV-3 Zamboanga, TV-9 Pagadian: Semi-satellite (Zamboanga), ABS-CBN TV-42 Dipolog, ABS-CBN TV-10 Jolo, Sulu and ABS-CBN TV-8 Tawi-Tawi)
5:30 pm – Balitang K
6 pm – TV Patrol
6:30 pm – Ang Probinsyano (new episodes)
7 pm – Darna (new episodes)
7:30 pm – Banana Split
8:30 pm – Star Cinema Presents
10:30 pm – Pinoy Big Brother: Kumunity Season 10
11 pm – Bandila
11:30 pm – S.O.C.O.: Scene of the Crime Operatives
12:30 am – Trip na Trip
1 am – Urban Zone
1:30 am to 2 am – Martin Late @ Night

Saturday (Metro Manila)

5 am – Kape at Salita
6 am – Salamat Dok
7 am – Family Rosary Crusade
8 am – Ang Iglesia ni Cristo
9 am – Sarap TV
9:30 am – Kulilits
10 am – Fresh Take
11 am – At Home Ka Dito
12 nn – Magandang Tanghali Bayan
2:30 pm – Entertainment Live
4 pm – Willingly Yours
4:30 pm – Mga Kwento ni Marc Logan
5 pm – Star Magic Presents
6 pm – TV Patrol Weekend
6:30 pm – Magandang Gabi Bayan
7:30 pm – Paano Kita Mapasasalamatan? (Judy Ann Santos)
8:30 pm – Home Sweetie Home
9:30 pm – Pinoy Big Brother Kumunity Season 10 / Keep on Dancing
10:30 pm – The Bottomline with Boy Abunda
11:30 pm – Galing Pook
12 mn – F (every 1st Saturday of the month: Loren)
12:30 am to 1 am – Sports Unlimited

Sunday (Metro Manila)

5 am – Swak na Swak
5:30 am – Pluma
6 am – Salamat Dok
7 am – Sunday TV Mass: The Healing Eucharist
8 am – Cinema, Cinema, Cinema
8:30 am – Bakbakan
9 am – Team Yey!
9:30 am – G Diaries
10 am – Gaby's Xtraordinary Files
10:30 am – Going Bulilit
11 am – Star Studio
12 nn – A.S.A.P.
2:30 pm – Tabing Ilog
4 pm – The Buzz
5:30 pm – Knowledge Power
6 pm – TV Patrol Linggo
6:30 pm – Sharon
7:30 pm – Wansapanatym
8:30 pm – George and Cecil
9:30 pm – Pinoy Big Brother: Kumunity Season 10 / Everybody Sing!
10:30 pm – Sunday’s Best
12:30 am to 1:30 am – Business and Leisure

Saturday (Regional Stations)

5 am – Kape at Salita
5:30 am – ABS-CBN Regional Network Group News and Public Affairs shows
Bayanijuan (ABS-CBN TV-32 Dagupan/ABS-CBN Dagupan)
Bida Kapampangan (ABS-CBN TV-46 Pampanga/ABS-CBN Pampanga)
Derecho (ABS-CBN TV-10 Iloilo & ABS-CBN TV-9 Kalibo)
Salandigan (ABS-CBN TV-4 Bacolod)
Tubag! (ABS-CBN TV-3 Cebu & ABS-CBN TV-12 Dumaguete)
Ano Ngani?! (ABS-CBN TV-2 Tacloban and ABS-CBN TV-7 Catbalogan)
Arangkada (ABS-CBN TV-2 Cagayan de Oro, ABS-CBN TV-4 Iligan, ABS-CBN TV-11 Butuan and ABS-CBN TV-9 Pagadian)
Barangay Patrol (ABS-CBN TV-4 Davao)
6 am – Salamat Dok
7 am – Local Morning Shows
Naimbag nga Morning Kapamilya (ABS-CBN TV-3 Baguio, ABS-CBN TV-7 Laoag, ABS-CBN TV-11 Vigan ABS-CBN TV-30 La Union, ABS-CBN TV-32 Dagupan, ABS-CBN TV-11 Mountain Province, ABS-CBN TV-11 Abra, ABS-CBN TV-11 Batanes, ABS-CBN TV-9 Aparri, Cagayan, ABS-CBN TV-3 Tuguegarao, ABS-CBN TV-2 Isabela and ABS-CBN TV-11 Bayombong)
Good Morning Central Luzon (ABS-CBN TV-46 Pampanga, ABS-CBN TV-22 Baler, Aurora, ABS-CBN TV-32 Nueva Ecija, ABS-CBN TV-34 Tarlac, ABS-CBN TV-12 Olongapo and ABS-CBN TV-34 Bulacan)
Gising Na, Maagang Southern Luzon (ABS-CBN TV-10 Batangas, ABS-CBN TV-40 Jalajala, Rizal, ABS-CBN TV-46 San Pablo, Laguna ABS-CBN TV-6 Calamba, ABS-CBN TV-32 Tagaytay, ABS-CBN TV-24 Lucena, ABS-CBN TV-11 Occidental Mindoro, ABS-CBN TV-21 Calapan, ABS-CBN TV-5 Coron, Palawan, ABS-CBN TV-7 Palawan, ABS-CBN TV-10 Sofronio Española, Palawan, ABS-CBN TV-9 Brooke's Point, Palawan and ABS-CBN TV-9 Romblon)
Marhay na Aga Kapamilya (ABS-CBN TV-11 Naga, ABS-CBN TV-10 Daet, Camarines Norte, ABS-CBN TV-7 Catanduanes, ABS-CBN TV-4 Legazpi, ABS-CBN TV-10 Tabaco, Albay, ABS-CBN TV-7 Sorsogon and ABS-CBN TV-10 Masbate)
The Morning Show (ABS-CBN TV-4 Bacolod, ABS-CBN TV-9 Kalibo, Aklan, ABS-CBN TV-21 Roxas, Capiz, ABS-CBN TV-44 Antique and ABS-CBN TV-10 Iloilo)
Maayong Buntag Kapamilya (ABS-CBN TV-3 Cebu, ABS-CBN TV-12 Dumaguete and ABS-CBN TV-9 Bohol)
Maupay nga Aga Kapamilya (ABS-CBN TV-2 Tacloban, ABS-CBN TV-7 Catbalogan, ABS-CBN TV-10 Calbayog and ABS-CBN TV-38 Borongan)
Pamahaw Espesyal (ABS-CBN TV-2 Cagayan De Oro, ABS-CBN TV-7 Ozamiz, ABS-CBN TV-4 Iligan, ABS-CBN TV-2 Bukidnon, ABS-CBN TV-5 Agusan del Sur, ABS-CBN TV-11 Butuan, ABS-CBN TV-12 Surigao and ABS-CBN TV-26 Tandag)
Maayong Buntag Southern Mindanao (ABS-CBN TV-4 Davao, ABS-CBN TV-24 Mati, Davao Oriental, ABS-CBN TV-3 General Santos, ABS-CBN TV-4 Koronadal, ABS-CBN TV-4 Kidapawan and ABS-CBN TV-3 Cotabato)
Buenas Dias Zamboanga (ABS-CBN TV-3 Zamboanga, ABS-CBN TV-9 Pagadian, ABS-CBN TV-42 Dipolog, ABS-CBN TV-10 Jolo, Sulu and ABS-CBN TV-8 Tawi-Tawi)
8 am – Powerline with Pastor Apollo C. Quiboloy (in Selecting Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao in over the Philippines)
8:30 am – Gospel of the Kingdom
9 am – Sarap TV (Sandy Daza)
9:30 am – Kulilits
10 am – Fresh Take (Edward Barber)
11 am – Local Variety shows
Barkadahan sa S na S (ABS-CBN TV-4 Bacolod, ABS-CBN TV-10 Iloilo and ABS-CBN TV-9 Kalibo)
Sabado na Gyud, Ngiga Gud (ABS-CBN TV-3 Cebu, ABS-CBN TV-12 Dumaguete, ABS-CBN TV-2 Tacloban and ABS-CBN TV-7 Catbalogan)
Tsada (ABS-CBN TV-2 Cagayan de Oro, ABS-CBN TV-4 Iligan and ABS-CBN TV-11 Butuan)
Sabado Jam (ABS-CBN TV-4 Davao, ABS-CBN TV-3 General Santos and ABS-CBN TV-5 Cotabato)
Zambo Jambo (ABS-CBN TV-3 Zamboanga and ABS-CBN TV-9 Pagadian)
12 nn – Magandang Tanghali Bayan
2:30 pm – Entertainment Live
4 pm – Willingly Yours
4:30 pm – Mga Kwento ni Marc Logan
5 pm – Star Magic Presents
6 pm – TV Patrol Weekend
6:30 pm – Magandang Gabi Bayan
7:30 pm – Paano Kita Mapasasalamatan? (Judy Ann Santos)
8:30 pm – Home Sweetie Home
9:30 pm – Pinoy Big Brother: Kumunity Season 10 / Keep on Dancing
10:30 pm – The Bottomline with Boy Abunda
11:30 pm – Galing Pook
12 mn – F (every 2nd Saturday of the month: Loren)
12:30 am to 1 am – Sports Unlimited

Sunday (Regional Stations)

4:30 am – Swak na Swak
5 am – Kapamilya Journeys of Hope
5:30 am – Pluma
6 am – Salamat Dok
7 am –
Christ The Healer (Cebu)
An Binhi Homily (Tacloban)
Pan sa Kinabuhi (Cagayan de Oro)
The Banquet of Love (Davao)
8 am – Cinema, Cinema, Cinema
8:30 am – Agri Tayo Dito
9 am – Team Yey!
9:30 am –
Mag TV na, Atin 'To! (ABS-CBN TV-3 Baguio, ABS-CBN TV-7 Laoag, TV-32 Dagupan, TV-3 Tuguegarao, TV-2 Isabela, TV-46 Pampanga, TV-46 Pampanga, TV-10 Batangas and TV-7 Puerto Princesa)
Mag TV na, Oragon! (ABS-CBN TV-11 Naga, ABS-CBN TV-10 Daet and ABS-CBN Legazpi)
Mag TV na, Amiga! (ABS-CBN TV-4 Bacolod, ABS-CBN TV-10 Iloilo and ABS-CBN TV-9 Kalibo)
Mag TV na! Central Visayas (ABS-CBN TV-3 Cebu & ABS-CBN TV-12 Dumaguete)
Mag TV na, Waraynon! (ABS-CBN TV-2 Tacloban and ABS-CBN TV-7 Catbalogan)
Mag TV na, Ato Ni! (ABS-CBN TV-2 Cagayan de Oro, ABS-CBN TV-4 Iligan, ABS-CBN TV-11 Butuan and ABS-CBN TV-9 Pagadian)
Mag TV na, Sadya Ta! (ABS-CBN TV-4 Davao, ABS-CBN TV-3 General Santos and ABS-CBN TV-5 Cotabato)
Mag TV na, De Aton Este! (ABS-CBN TV-3 Zamboanga/ABS-CBN Zamboanga)
10 am – Gaby's Xtraordinary Files
10:30 am – Matanglawin with Boyet Sison
11 am – Star Studio
12 nn – A.S.A.P.
2:30 pm – Tabing Ilog
4 pm – The Buzz
5:30 pm – Knowledge Power with Migs Bustos
6 pm – TV Patrol Weekend
6:30 pm – Sharon
7:30 pm – Wansapanatym
8:30 pm – George and Cecil
9:30 pm – Pinoy Big Brother: Kumunity Season 10 / Everybody Sing! with Vice Ganda
10:30 pm – Sunday’s Best
12:30 am to 1:30 am – Business and Leisure
-with Anyone Philippine President ’s Talk to the People in a different timeslots.

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ABS-CBN TV Stations Nationwide[]

Luzon

  • TV-2 Manila
  • TV-7 Laoag
  • (SOON) Batac, Ilocos Norte***
  • (SOON) Piddig, Ilocos Norte***
  • (SOON) San Nicholas, Ilocos Norte***
  • TV-11 Vigan
  • TV-30 San Fernando, La Union
  • (SOON) Agoo-Aringay***
  • TV-32 Dagupan
  • TV-46 Alaminos, Pangasinan*
  • (SOON) Bayambang, Pangasinan***
  • (SOON) Urdaneta***
  • TV-3 Baguio
  • (SOON) Tabuk***
  • TV-11 Barlig, Mountain Province
  • (SOON) Bontoc***
  • (SOON) Sagada***
  • TV-11 Abra
  • (SOON) Apayao***
  • TV-11 Batanes
  • TV-11 Bayombong
  • (SOON) Solano***
  • TV-13 Cabarroguis, Quirino
  • TV-3 Tuguegarao
  • TV-9 Aparri
  • (SOON) Claveria, Cagayan***
  • TV-2 Santiago
  • (SOON) Cauayan***
  • (SOON) Ilagan***
  • (SOON) Echague***
  • TV-6 Iba*
  • TV-12 Olongapo
  • TV-13 Botolan
  • (SOON) San Antonio, Zambales***
  • (SOON) Subic***
  • TV-46 Pampanga
  • (SOON) Guagua, Pampanga***
  • TV-34 San Miguel, Bulacan (There is no TV station, San Miguel, Bulacan is just 76.7 kilometers north of Manila, only cable, satellite or TV digibox via ABS-CBN TV-2 Manila)
  • (SOON) Angat*
  • TV-16 Malolos* (There is no TV station, Malolos, Bulacan is just 40.7 kilometers north of Manila, only cable, satellite or TV digibox via ABS-CBN TV-2 Manila)
  • (SOON) Plaridel***
  • (SOON) Meycauayan*** (Theee is no TV station, Meycauayan, Bulacan is just 23.0 kilometers north of Manila, only cable, satellite or TV digibox via ABS-CBN TV-2 Manila)
  • TV-19 Obando* (There is no TV station, Obando, Bulacan is just 20.3 kilometers north of Manila, only cable, satellite or TV digibox via ABS-CBN TV-2 Manila)
  • (SOON) San Jose del Monte*** (There is no TV station, San Jose del Monte, Bulacan is just 37.0 kilometers north of Manila, only cable, satellite or TV digibox via ABS-CBN TV-2 Manila)
  • TV-32 Cabanatuan
  • (SOON) Gapan***
  • (SOON) Guimba***
  • (SOON) Llanera***
  • (SOON) Talavera***
  • TV-34 Tarlac
  • (SOON) Capas***
  • TV-22 Baler
  • TV-22 Balanga, Bataan (There is no TV station, Balanga, Bataan is just 120.0 kilometers Northwest of Manila, only cable, satellite or TV digibox via ABS-CBN TV-2 Manila)
  • (SOON) Bagac, Bataan***
  • TV-40 Jalajala, Rizal (There is no TV station, Jala-jala, Rizal is just 66.6 kilometers Southeast of Manila, only cable, satellite or TV digibox via ABS-CBN TV-2 Manila)
  • (SOON) Cainta*** (There is no TV station, Rizal is just 16.8 kilometers Northeast of Manila, only cable, satellite or TV digibox via ABS-CBN TV-2 Manila)
  • (SOON) Rodriguez, Rizal*** (There is no TV station, Rodriguez, Rizal is just 27.8 kilometers Northeast of Manila, only cable, satellite or TV digibox via ABS-CBN TV-2 Manila)
  • (SOON) Morong, Rizal*** (There is no TV station, Morong, Rizal is just 38.6 kilometers Southeast of Manila, only cable, satellite or TV digibox via ABS-CBN TV-2 Manila)
  • (SOON) San Mateo, Rizal*** (There is no TV station, San Mateo, Rizal is just 24.3 kilometers Northeast of Manila, only cable, satellite or TV digibox via ABS-CBN TV-2 Manila)
  • (SOON) Antipolo*** (There is no TV station, Antipolo, Rizal is just 17.9 kilometers Northeast of Manila, only cable, satellite or TV digibox via ABS-CBN TV-2 Manila)
  • TV-10 Batangas
  • TV-38 Lipa
  • (SOON) Calaca, Batangas***
  • TV-24 Lucena
  • TV-9 Hondagua, Quezon*
  • (SOON) Atimonan, Quezon***
  • (SOON) Calauag, Quezon***
  • (SOON) Catanauan, Quezon***
  • (SOON) Gumaca, Quezon***
  • (SOON) Infanta, Quezon***
  • (SOON) Lucban, Quezon***
  • (SOON) Biñan***
  • TV-6 Calamba***
  • TV-46 San Pablo
  • (SOON) Dasmariñas*** (There is no TV station, Dasmariñas, Cavite is just 50.2 kilometers south of Manila, only cable, satellite or TV digbox via ABS-CBN TV-2 Manila)
  • TV-32 Tagaytay (There is no TV station, Tagaytay City, Cavite is just 65.9 kilometers south of Manila, only cable, satellite or TV digibox via ABS-CBN TV-2 Manila)
  • (SOON) Tanza***
  • TV-11 Occidental Mindoro
  • TV-21 Calapan
  • TV-7 Puerto Princesa
  • TV-10 Sofronio Española
  • TV-12 Taytay, Palawan*
  • TV-19 Brooke's Point, Palawan*
  • TV-5 Coron, Palawan*
  • TV-21 Cuyo, Palawan*
  • (SOON) Rio Tuba, Palawan***
  • (SOON) Bataraza, Palawan***
  • TV-7 Balabac, Palawan*
  • TV-52 Kalayaan, Palawan*
  • (SOON) Narra, Palawan***
  • (SOON) Quezon, Palawan***
  • TV-11 Roxas, Palawan*
  • TV-12 Taytay, Palawan*
  • TV-9 Romblon***
  • TV-10 Daet
  • (SOON) Capalonga***
  • (SOON) Labo***
  • TV-11 Naga
  • TV-8 Iriga*
  • (SOON) Goa***
  • TV-4 Legazpi
  • TV-10 Tabaco
  • TV-11 Malilipot*
  • TV-11 Camalig*
  • TV-7 Sorsogon
  • (SOON) Caramoran, Catanduanes***
  • (SOON) Panganiban, Catanduanes***
  • (SOON) San Miguel, Catanduanes***
  • TV-7 Virac, Catanduanes
  • TV-10 Masbate*
  • (SOON) Aroroy***

Visayas

  • TV-9 Kalibo
  • TV-21 Boracay* (There is no TV station in this island, only cable via ABS-CBN TV-2 Manila)
  • TV-44 San Jose, Antique
  • (SOON) Bagacay, Antique***
  • (SOON) Caluya, Antique***
  • TV-21 Roxas
  • TV-10 Iloilo
  • (SOON) Carles***
  • (SOON) Estancia***
  • (SOON) Santa Barbara, Iloilo***
  • (SOON) Guimaras***
  • TV-4 Bacolod
  • TV-40 Murcia
  • TV-7 Cadiz*
  • (SOON) Binalbagan***
  • (SOON) Kabankalan***
  • (SOON) San Carlos, Negros Occidental***
  • TV-26 Sipalay**
  • TV-12 Dumaguete
  • TV-8 Bais
  • (SOON) Bayawan***
  • (SOON) Guihulngan***
  • (SOON) Tanjay***
  • TV-3 Cebu
  • (SOON) Bogo***
  • TV-2 Toledo
  • TV-13 Barili
  • TV-9 Bohol (There is no TV station, only cable, satellite or TV digibox via ABS-CBN TV-2 Manila)
  • (SOON) Ubay, Bohol***
  • TV-7 Siquijor
  • TV-2 Tacloban
  • (SOON) Ormoc***
  • (SOON) Baybay***
  • (SOON) Palo, Leyte***
  • (SOON) Capoocan, Leyte***
  • (SOON) Isabel, Leyte***
  • (SOON) Maasin, Southern Leyte***
  • (SOON) Sogod, Southern Leyte***
  • TV-10 Calbayog*
  • TV-7 Catbalogan*
  • (SOON) Basey, Samar***
  • TV-7 Catarman**
  • TV-38 Borongan
  • TV-13 Biliran***

Mindanao

  • TV-2 Marawi*
  • (SOON) Gingoog***
  • (SOON) El Salvador City***
  • TV-47 Mambajao
  • TV-2 Bukidnon
  • (SOON) Maramag, Bukidnon***
  • (SOON) Manolo Fortrich***
  • (SOON) Valencia, Bukidnon***
  • TV-4 Iligan
  • (SOON) Oroquieta***
  • TV-7 Ozamiz*
  • TV-11 Butuan
  • (SOON) Bayugan***
  • (SOON) Prosperidad***
  • TV-5 San Francisco, Agusan del Sur
  • (SOON) Trento***
  • (SOON) Dinagat Island***
  • TV-12 Surigao*
  • TV-26 Tandag
  • TV-2 Bislig***
  • TV-4 Davao
  • (SOON) Digos***
  • (SOON) Governor Generoso***
  • (SOON) Lupon***
  • (SOON) Manay***
  • TV-24 Mati
  • TV-23 Baganga*
  • TV-11 Malita*
  • (SOON) Nabunturan***
  • (SOON) Panabo***
  • TV-44 Tagum***
  • TV-3 General Santos
  • TV-4 Koronadal
  • (SOON) Polomolok***
  • (SOON) Surallah***
  • TV-7 Alabel*
  • (SOON) Kiamba***
  • (SOON) Lebak***
  • (SOON) Isulan***
  • (SOON) Tacurong***
  • TV-4 Kidapawan
  • (SOON) Midsayap***
  • (SOON) Kabacan***
  • TV-5 Cotabato
  • (SOON) Sultan Kudarat, Maguindanao***
  • (SOON) Shariff Aguak, Maguindanao***
  • (SOON) Upi, Maguindanao***
  • TV-3 Zamboanga
  • TV-9 Pagadian*
  • (SOON) Dapitan
  • TV-42 Dipolog***
  • (SOON) Sindangan***
  • (SOON) Liloy***
  • (SOON) Margosatubig***
  • (SOON) Molave***
  • (SOON) Buug***
  • TV-5 Ipil
  • TV-33 Imelda, Zamboanga Sibugay
  • TV-2 Cagayan de Oro
  • TV-10 Jolo*
  • TV-42 Bongao, Tawi-Tawi*

(*) Affiliates.

(**) Off-air.

(***) On-going expansion.

Digital, Cable and Satellite TV providers

  • Sky Cable Channel 8 (SD) / Channel 167 (HD) (Metro Manila) & Channel 2 (SD) / Channel 700 (HD) (Provincial)
  • Cablelink Channel 8 (Metro Manila)
  • Cignal Channel 2 (Nationwide)
  • G Sat Channel 2 (Nationwide)
  • Sky Direct Channel 2 (Nationwide)
  • SatLite Channel 2 (Nationwide)
  • ABS-CBN TVplus Channel 1
  • A&L Cable Television Silang, Cavite Channel __
  • AB Bejrano Cable TV Tuba, Benguet Channel __
  • Accutronics System, Inc. Odiongan, Romblon Channel __
  • Aclan Cable Network, Inc. Lemery, Batangas Channel __
  • Agoncillo Cable TV Agoncillo, Batangas Channel __
  • Air Cable Tarlac City, Tarlac Channel __
  • Aklan Cable TV Kalibo, Aklan Channel __
  • Alamada Cable Vision Corporation Alamada, Cotabato Channel __
  • Alicia Cable System Alicia, Isabela Channel __
  • Allen Closed Circuit Television System Allen, Northern Samar Channel __
  • Allied Cable TV Systems Corporation Naga City Channel __
  • Alpha Vision Cable Corporation Bustos, Angat and Norzagaray, Bulacan Channel __
  • Alt Cable System Albano, Isabela Channel __
  • AMS Paracale CATV System Paracale, Camarines Norte Channel __
  • ANH CATV Gubat, Sorsogon Channel __
  • Astra Cable Candon City and Narvacan, Ilocos Sur Channel __
  • ATD Community Cable Vision, Inc. Balamban, Cebu Channel __
  • Atimonan CATV Services, Inc. Atimonan, Quezon Channel __
  • Bacarra Cable TV Bacarra, Ilocos Norte Channel __
  • Bago City Cable TV Bago City, Negros Occidental Channel __
  • Bakun CATV Bakun, Benguet Channel __
  • Balayan Cable Network, Inc. Balayan, Batangas Channel __
  • Bambista Cable TV, Inc. Bautista and Bayambang Pangasinan Channel __
  • Banahaw Utilities Corporation Lucban, Quezon Channel __
  • Beam Cable Network Aringay, La Union Channel __
  • Bicol CATV System, Inc. Camarines Norte Channel __
  • Bicolandia Cable TV, Inc. Ligao City Channel __
  • Biliran Tele TV Network Corporation Naval, Biliran Channel __
  • Binangonan Cable TV Corporation Binangonan, Rizal Channel __
  • Bislig City Cable TV Bislig City, Surigao Del Sur Channel __
  • Blackstone Cable TV Corporation Maitum, Sarangani Channel __
  • Bogo Cable TV, Inc. Bogo City Channel __
  • Bohol Community Cable TV Systems, Inc. Tagbilaran City Channel __
  • Bonari 203 Multi-Purpose Cooperative Rizal, Nueva Ecija Channel __
  • Bongabong Cable Network & Development, Inc. Bongabong, Oriental Mindoro Channel __
  • Broad Cable Communications Inc. Arayat and Magalang, Pampanga Channel __
  • Buenavista Cable TV, Inc. San Jose de Buenavista, Antique Channel __
  • Buhi Satellite TV-RO System Buhi, Camarines Sur __
  • Bukidnon Z5 Cable Maramag, Bukidnon Channel __
  • Bulan Satellite TV, Inc. Bulan, Sorsogon Channel __
  • Bulusan Cable Television Network, Inc. Bulusan, Sorsogon Channel __
  • C.P. CATV Cable Corporation Luisiana, Laguna Channel __
  • Cable Star, Inc. San Mateo, Rizal Channel __
  • Cable Television Network, Inc. Real, Quezon Channel __
  • Cabletronics Batangas Cable System Nasugbu, Batangas Channel __
  • Cablevision Systems Corporation Sta. Cruz, Laguna Channel __
  • Caceres Cable TV Corporation Naga City Channel __
  • Cadiz Community Satellite Link, Inc. Cadiz City, Negros Occidental Channel __
  • Calapan Cable Center, Inc. Calapan City Channel __
  • Calauag CATV System Calauag, Quezon Channel __
  • Calbayog Cable TV and Entertainment Services Calbayog City, Samar Channel __
  • Camarines Cable TV Vinzons, Camarines Norte Channel __
  • Camiguin Island CATV Corporation Mambajao, Camiguin Channel __
  • Candelaria Cable Television, Inc. Candelaria, Quezon Channel __
  • Capitol CATV & Communications System, Inc. Sta. Cruz, Occidental Mindoro Channel __
  • Castillo Via Satellite CATV Kasibu, Nueva Vizcaya Channel __
  • Catanauan Credit and Development Cooperative Cable TV System Catanauan, Quezon Channel __
  • Catubig Satellite and Cable TV System Catubig, Northern Samar Channel __
  • Cavite Cable Corporation Kawit and Rosario, Cavite Channel __
  • Cebu Cable TV Management Corporation Cebu City Channel __
  • Celebrity Cable Network Tayabas City, Quezon Channel __
  • Celestron Cable San Pablo City, Laguna Channel __
  • Central Luzon Cable Television Network, Inc. Hagonoy, Bulacan Channel __
  • Channel Plus Cable Network, Inc. Gloria, Pinamalayan and Socorro, Oriental Mindoro Channel __
  • Charles CATV Systems, Inc. Masbate City, Masbate Channel __
  • Cibi International Cable Network Bato, Camarines Sur Channel __
  • Cine Vision Cable TV Corporation Zarraga, Iloilo Channel __
  • Civicon CATV Services General Luna, Quezon Channel __
  • Clare Cable Television Taal, Batangas Channel __
  • CMD Cable Vision Cauayan City, Isabela Channel __
  • Community Cable Vision Corporation Liliw and Los Banos, Laguna Channel __
  • Concepcion Pay TV Network, Inc. Capas and Concepcion, Tarlac Channel __
  • Continental Cable Network Calabanga, Camarines Sur Channel __
  • Cotabato Cable Television Network, Inc. Cotabato City Channel __
  • Countrywide Telecom, Inc. San Carlos City, Negros Occidental Channel __
  • Cuenca Cable TV System Cuenca and Rosario, Batangas Channel __
  • Cuyapo Cable Network, Inc. Cuyapo, Nueva Ecija Channel __
  • D’ Leopard’s Cable TV Services Catbalogan City, Samar Channel __
  • D’ Metro Cable System Daet, Camarines Norte Channel __
  • Dalisay Video Network Calauag, Quezon Channel __
  • Dapitan City Cable TV Dapitan City, Zamboanga del Norte Channel __
  • Dare Communication Network Floridablanca, Pampanga Channel __
  • Dasca Cable Services Dasmarinas City, Cavite Channel-6
  • Datelsat CATV Network Pampanga Channel __
  • DCN Cable TV Bolinao, Pangasinan Channel __ DCTV Cable Network Albay And Sorsogon Channel __
  • DearBC Cable Network-Plantation Libona and Manolo Fortich, Bukidnon Channel __
  • Delmendo Cable TV Network Asingan and San Manuel, Pangasinan Channel __
  • Diamond Cable TV Lawaan, Eastern Samar Channel __
  • Discovery Cable TV Services Balayan, Batangas Channel __
  • Dolores Cable TV Corporation Dolores, Eastern Samar Channel __
  • Don Carlos Cable TV Inc. Poblacion, Don Carlos, Bukidnon Channel __
  • E & E Electronics & CATV Services, Inc. Bayawan City, Negros Oriental Channel __
  • E.M. Herrero Television Network Program Baggao, Cagayan Channel __
  • Eagle Vision, Inc. Ilocos Sur Channel __
  • East Manila Cable Cainta, Rizal Channel __
  • Eastcoast Cable TV Network Baganga, Davao Oriental Channel __
  • EFG CATV Irosin, Sorsogon Channel __
  • E-Sabangan Cable Network Sabangan, Mountain Province Channel __
  • ESTV Cable Network Albay and Sorsogon Channel __
  • Excel Cable Network, Inc. La Union Channel __
  • Excelite Cable Network Company San Miguel, Bulacan Channel __
  • Exsat Multi-Tech Industries, Inc. Pikit, Cotabato Channel __
  • Fiesta Cable, Inc., Southern Leyte Channel __
  • Fil-Products Service Television, Inc. Ozamiz City, Misamis Occidental Channel __
  • Fil-Products Service Television, Inc. Tacloban City Channel __
  • FilStar CATV Service Paranas, Samar Channel __
  • Filvision, Inc. Roxas City Channel __
  • First Golden North Cable Vision Corporation Naguilian, Isabela Channel __
  • First Integrated Cable TV Corporation San Jose City, Nueva Ecija Channel __
  • Focus Cable TV Guagua, Pampanga Channel __
  • Franz Cable System Tulunan, Cotabato Channel __
  • Freeport Cable, Inc. Subic Bay Freeport Zone Channel __
  • G.R. CATV Services Sta. Cruz and Torrijos, Marinduque Channel __
  • Galaxy Cable Corporation GBox Digital Batangas Channel __
  • Gemsat Cable TV Network, Inc. Pulilan, Bulacan Channel __
  • Gemstar Cable TV San Francisco, Agusan del Sur Channel __
  • General Luna Cable TV General Luna, Surigao del Norte Channel __
  • Goa Cable TV Goa, Camarines Sur Channel __
  • Grapheld-B Cable TV Sapang Dalaga, Misamis Occidental Channel __
  • Gulf Cable 2000, Inc. Lingayen, Pangasinan Channel __
  • Headway Cable TV Bataraza, Palawan Channel __
  • Hinigaran Entertainment Systems, Inc. Hinigaran, Negros Occidental Channel __
  • HipTV Rizal Channel __
  • Hi-Tech Cable TV, Inc. Tarlac City Channel __
  • Home Vision Cable Television San Ricardo, Southern Leyte Channel __
  • Homechoice Cable TV Calumpit, Bulacan Channel __
  • Home-Lipa Cable, Inc. Lipa, Batangas Channel __
  • Infanta Cable Television Network, Inc. Infanta and Nakar, Quezon Channel __
  • Ilocos Norte Cable TV Network, Inc. Batac, Ilocos Norte Channel __
  • Intele San Esteban CATV Sta. Maria, Ilocos Sur Channel __
  • Inter-Island Cable & Communications Network Inc. Juban, Sorsogon Channel __
  • Ipil Cable Television System, Inc. Ipil, Zamboanga Sibugay Channel __
  • Isla Cable TV Services, Inc. Tanauan City, Batangas Channel __
  • Jade Cable TV Systems, Inc. Cagayan de Oro City Channel __
  • Jagna Cable TV Network, Inc. Jagna, Bohol Channel __
  • JDS CATV Services Calbayog City, Samar Channel __
  • JMD Cable Network, Inc. Rizal Channel __
  • Jolo Cable Television Network, Inc. Jolo, Sulu Channel __
  • JP Cable City, Inc. San Carlos City, Pangasinan Channel __
  • JVL Star Cable TV, Inc. South Cotabato and Sultan Kudarat Channel __
  • Kabayan Cable TV Batangas Channel __
  • Kalamansig-Lebak Cable System, Inc. Lebak, Sultan Kudarat Channel __
  • Kalibo Cable TV Inc. Kalibo, Aklan Channel __
  • Kalibo Cable TV Inc. Passi, Iloilo Channel __
  • Kiamba Development Cooperative Kiamba, Sarangani Channel __
  • Kismet Cable TV. Inc. Pagadian City Channel __
  • L & S Cable Television, Inc. San Jose, Occidental Mindoro Channel __
  • Labason Cable Television System Labason, Zamboanga del Norte Channel __
  • Laguna CATV Network, Inc. Cabuyao City, Paete, Pakil, Pangil, Siniloan, Mabitac, Famy and Sta. Maria, Laguna Channel __
  • Lamitan Star Network Corporation Lamitan, Basilan Channel __
  • Las Navas CATV Las Navas, Northern Samar Channel __
  • Lead Cable TV Bongabong, Nueva Ecija Channel __
  • Leyte Cable TV Network, Inc. Tacloban City, Burauen, Carigara and Abuyog, Leyte Channel __
  • Liloy Cable Television System Liloy, Zamboanga Del Norte Channel __
  • LJ Cable Pangantucan, Bukidnon Channel __
  • Love Net TV Tagum City Channel __
  • Lucky Seven Cable Services Corporation Marinduque Channel __
  • Maasin Cable Television Maasin, Southern Leyte Channel __
  • Macalelon Cable System Macalelon, Quezon Channel __
  • Magic Vision Cable Television Bangued, Abra Channel __
  • Maguindanao Sky Cable CATV, Inc. Cotabato City Channel __
  • Mahatao Cable Television Cooperative, Inc. Mahatao, Batanes Channel __
  • Makilala Cable TV Kidapawan City, Cotabato Channel __
  • Malangas Cable TV Network Malangas, Zamboanga Sibugay Channel __
  • Mambulao Cable Television Jose Panganiban, Camarines Norte Channel __
  • Mambusao Cable TV Network Mambusao, Capiz Channel __
  • Mamuric TV Network Station Solano, Nueva Vizcaya Channel __
  • Mansalay Cable Television, Inc. Mansalay, Oriental Mindoro Channel __
  • Marbel Cable V&L Digital Cable Koronadal City, South Cotabato Channel __
  • Marbel Services & Television System Inc. Koronadal City and Polomolok, South Cotabato Channel __
  • Margos Vision Cable TV Network Margostubig, Zamboanga Del Sur Channel __
  • Marinduque Cable Television, Inc. Boac, Marinduque Channel __
  • Master Cable TV Network, Inc. Bulakan, Bulacan Channel __
  • Mauban Credit and Development Cooperative CATV Mauban, Quezon Channel __
  • Mayan Cable TV Services Batanes Channel __
  • MCC LAJ Cable Network Bontoc, Mountain Province Channel __
  • MCTV Digital Cable TV Maasin City Channel 1
  • Megen Corporation CATV - Kalingawan Cable TV Barili, Cebu Channel __
  • Mendez Cable TV, Inc. Indang, Cavite Channel __
  • Metro Dagupan CATV, Inc. Dagupan City Channel __
  • Midsayap Cable Vision Corporation Midsayap, Cotabato Channel __
  • Mindanao Cable TV, Inc. Zamboanga City Channel __
  • Mindoro Wireless Cable Network, Inc. Naujan, Oriental Mindoro Channel __
  • Misamis CATV Network, Inc. Misamis Occidental Channel __
  • Morning Star Cable TV Tandag City, Surigao del Sur Channel __
  • Mountain Province Cable Network Bontoc, Mountain Province Channel __
  • Mountaintop Cable TV Network Tagaytay City, Cavite Channel __
  • Mountainview Satellite Corporation Baguio City Channel __
  • Mountain Cable Television Network Dupax Del Sur and Aritao, Nueva Vizcaya Channel __
  • Mt. Malasimbu Cable TV Corporation Dinalupihan, Bataan Channel __
  • Multi-Cable System of Guimba, Inc. Guimba, Nueva Ecija Channel __
  • Multi-Network CATV Cabanatuan City, Nueva Ecija Channel 1
  • Multi-Service Enterprise CATV Sulat, Eastern Samar Channel __
  • Munoz Satellite TV System, Inc. Science City of Munoz Channel __
  • MyCATV Nueva Vizcaya Channel __
  • Nabunturan Cable TV Network Nabunturan, Davao de Oro Channel __
  • Naic Cable TV Corporation Naic, Cavite Channel __
  • NBB Television Cable System Aroroy, Masbate Channel __
  • NCTVN Cable Network Corporation Cotabato Channel __
  • NECA CATV Corporation Liloan, Cebu Channel __
  • Negros Cable Television, Inc. Silay City Channel __
  • New Bacolod Cable Television Inc. Bacolod City Channel __
  • New City Cable System Isabela City Channel __
  • New City Cable System Santiago City Channel __
  • New Island Media Vision, Inc. Bauan, Batangas Channel __
  • New Maharlika Cable System, Inc. Ibaan and San Juan, Batangas Channel __
  • New Vintar Cable Network Vintar, Ilocos Norte Channel __
  • New Vision Satellite Network Inc. Aparri, Cagayan Channel __
  • New World CATV, Inc. Marilao, Bulacan Channel __
  • North Star Cable Vision Cauayan City, Isabela Channel __
  • Northern Star CATV, Inc. Badoc, Pinili and Currimao Channel __
  • NVC Maharlika Cable Systems Inc. San Juan, Batangas Channel __
  • Octagon Cable Services, Inc. Oton, Tigbauan, Guimbal, San Joaquin, Tubungan and Igbaras, Iloilo Channel __
  • Orient Cable & Telecommunications, Inc. Dipolog City Channel __
  • Oriental Cable Television Network Diffun, Quirino Channel __
  • Ormoc Cable Ormoc City Channel 14
  • Otucan Farmers MPC Bauko, Mountain Province Channel __
  • Oway Cable Ventures, Inc. Janiuay, Iloilo Channel __
  • Pacific Cable and DTU Systems, Inc. Cabuyao, Laguna Channel __
  • Pagadian Cable Television, Inc. Pagadian City, Zamboanga del Sur Channel __
  • Pagsanggiran MPC Cable Television Bacarra, Ilocos Norte Channel __
  • Pakil Cable International Company Pakil and Siniloan, Laguna Channel __
  • Palapag Cable TV Multi-Purpose Cooperative Palapag, Northern Samar Channel __
  • Panabo Satellite Cable TV Panabo City, Davao del Norte Channel __
  • Panguil Bay Media Ventures, Inc. Kolambugan, Lanao Del Norte Channel __
  • Paradise Cable Television Network, Inc. Aklan Channel 19
  • Parasat Cable TV, Inc. Cagayan De Oro City Channel __
  • Patricio-Asiain Communications Service La Castellana Negros Occidental Channel __
  • Peninsula Cable TV System Mulanay, Quezon Channel __
  • Persian Cable TV Network Maddela, Quirino Channel __
  • Pilar Cable TV and Broadband Services Pilar, Sorsogon Channel __
  • Pioneer Cable Vision, Inc. Baybay City and Inopacan, Leyte Channel __
  • Planet Cable, Inc. Bacoor City, Cavite Channel __
  • Planet Cable, Inc. Cabatuan, Iloilo Channel __
  • Plus Cable Network, Inc. Bacoor City Channel __
  • Polaris Cable Vision Inc. Ilagan City, Isabela Channel __
  • Prime Cable Vision, Inc. Sindangan, Zamboanga del Norte Channel __
  • Primecast Cable TV Network Tarlac City Channel __
  • Psalms Cable TV, Inc. Roxas, Isabela Channel __
  • Puerto Princesa CATV Palawan Channel __
  • Quadrillon Cable TV Network Services Calubian, Leyte Channel __
  • Quezon CATV, Inc. Lucena City Channel __
  • Quinapondan Cable TV Services Quinapondan, Eastern Samar Channel __
  • Quirino Cable TV Network Saguday, Quirino Channel __
  • R & V Satellite Network Corporation Mlang, Cotabato Channel __
  • R.A. Omega Cable TV Corporation Nueva Ecija Channel __
  • Rainbow Cable TV Plaridel, Bulacan Channel __
  • Rainbow Cablevision, Inc. Socorro, Oriental Mindoro Channel __
  • RB CATV, Inc. Rosario, Batangas Channel __
  • RBC Cable Master System Tuguegarao City, Cagayan Channel __
  • RBC Videocom Cable TV Network, Inc. Bambang, Nueva Vizcaya Channel __
  • Redpoint Cable Systems, Inc. San Jose, Romblon Channel __
  • Regal Cable TV Network Santiago City Channel __
  • Reliance CATV & Entertainment Services Company Borongan City, Guiuan and Maydolong, Eastern Samar Channel __
  • Rising Sun Cable TV Garchitorena, Camarines Sur Channel __
  • RJJ Cable Networks, Inc. Tiaong, Quezon Channel __
  • RMA Cable TV Oroquieta City, Misamis Occidental Channel __
  • Rodolfo Tan CATV Services Llorente, Eastern Samar Channel __
  • Romicomm Network, Inc. Roxas, Oriental Mindoro Channel __
  • Roska CATV Service Plaridel, Quezon Channel __
  • Royal Cable Laguna Channel __
  • Royal Multimedia System Binalbagan, Negros Occidental Channel __
  • Rustic Clear Cable Corporation Victoria and Alaminos, Laguna Channel __
  • Sagada Multi-Purpose Cooperative Cable Network Sagada, Mt. Province Channel __
  • Salcedo Cable Salcedo, Ilocos Sur Channel __
  • San Agustin Cable Antenna Corporation San Agustin, Romblon Channel __
  • San Clemente Cable Network Inc. Camiling, Tarlac Channel __
  • San Miguel Cable Network, Inc. Jagna, Bohol Channel __
  • San Nicholas Cable Network San Nicholas, Batangas Channel __
  • San Vicente Cable Television Network Barcelona, Sorsogon Channel __
  • Satellite Cable Network, Inc. City of San Fernando Channel __
  • SATV San Narciso, Zambales Channel __
  • Scorpio Cable Vision Isabel, Leyte Channel __
  • Sea Star Cable Banayoyo, Ilocos Sur Channel __
  • Seapark Cable TV Caramoran and San Andres, Catanduanes Channel __
  • Seaview Cable Network, Inc. Gumaca, Quezon Channel __
  • Semco Cable Network Semirara, Antique Channel __
  • Shama Cable Technologies La Union and Pangasinan Channel __
  • Sharp Viewing Entertainment Corporation Cable TV Gapan City, Nueva Ecija Channel __
  • Shrine City Cable Antenna Television, Inc. Dapitan City, Zamboanga del Norte Channel __
  • Silago Multi-Purpose Cooperative, Inc. Silago, Southern Leyte Channel __
  • Sinai Sky Cable TV Corporation Sinait, Ilocos Sur Channel __
  • Siocon Cable System Corporation Siocon, Zamboanga del Norte Channel __
  • Siquijor Island Cable TV Systems Corporation Siquijor Channel __
  • Skyline CATV Industries, Inc. Carmona and Jala-Jala, Rizal Channel __
  • Skyline Community Network, Inc. Bayugan City, Agusan Del Sur Channel __
  • Skywatch Cable Malolos City, Bulacan Channel __
  • SMS Lopez CATV System Company Lopez, Quezon Channel __
  • Sogod Cable Television Sogod, Southern Leyte Channel __
  • Soreco II Electric Cooperative Cable TV Channel __
  • Southeast Cable TV Corporation Mauban, Quezon Channel __
  • Southern Cablevision, Inc. Iligan City Channel __
  • Southern Leyte Star Cable Inc. Hindang, Leyte Channel __
  • Southern Samar Cable Tv Company Gen. MacArthur, Eastern Samar Channel __
  • Southwoods Cable TV Broadband Network Inc. General Mariano Alvarez, Cavite Channel __
  • SPC Cable TV City of San Jose Del Monte, Marilao and Meycauayan City, Bulacan Channel __
  • St. Joseph Cable Visions, Inc. San Jose, Batangas Channel __
  • St. Lawrence Cable System Buenavista, Quezon Channel __
  • Sta. Catalina Cable TV System, Inc. Pagbilao, Quezon Channel __
  • Star Cable Hagonoy, Bulacan Channel __
  • Star Viewing Network, Inc. Sagay City Channel __
  • Starnet Cable Corporation Teresa, Rizal Channel __
  • Starnet Ventures San Francisco, Southern Leyte Channel __
  • Startrek Cable Network Bangued, Tayum and Pidigan, Abra Channel __
  • Subic CATV, Inc. Subic, Zambales Channel __
  • Summit Cable TV Network Guimba, Nueva Ecija Channel __
  • Sun Cable Systems Davao, Inc. Davao City Channel __
  • Sunshine Cable Network, Inc. Laoag City, Ilocos Norte Channel __
  • Superior Cable TV Bacnotan, La Union Channel __
  • Surigao Cable Television Surigao City Channel __
  • T.B. Sales Cable Vision, Inc. Bangui and Pagudpud, Ilocos Norte Channel __
  • Tadian Municipal CATV Tadian, Mountain Province Channel __
  • Talavera Cable System Talavera and Sto. Domingo, Nueva Ecija Channel __
  • Tala-Vision Cable, Inc. Panganiban and Bagamanoc, Catanduanes Channel __
  • Tamaraw Vision Network, Inc. Calapan City and Puerto Galera, Oriental Mindoro Channel 10
  • Tangkawayan Cable TV System Tangkawayan, Quezon Channel __
  • Tanjay Cable TV, Inc. Tanjay City, Negros Oriental Channel __
  • Taurus CATV Services Philippines Company Bobon, Northern Samar Channel __
  • Tayabas Resources Ventures Corporation Tayabas, Quezon Channel __
  • Telmarc Corporation Laguna and Rizal Channel 8
  • Three Aces Cable Network Calbiga, Western Samar Channel __
  • Titay Cable Television Network Titay, Zamboanga Sibugay Channel __
  • Toledo Cable TV, Inc. Toledo City Channel __
  • Treasure Cable TV, Inc. Cuyo, Palawan Channel __
  • Trece Cable TV Corporation Trece Martires City, Cavite Channel __
  • Triartvision Cable TV Guinobatan, Albay Channel __
  • Trinity Cable TV Network San Isidro, Davao Oriental Channel __
  • Ultimate Viewing Cable TV, Inc. San Jose, Occidental Mindoro Channel __
  • Ultra-Cable Network Paracale, Camarines Norte Channel __
  • Ultravision Cable TV Tabaco City, Albay Channel __
  • UniCableTV Cebu City Channel __
  • Unique Cable Network, Inc. Dumalinao and Tukuran, Zamboanga Del Sur & Tangub City, Misamis Occidental Channel __
  • USATV Pangasinan Channel __
  • Valencia Cable TV Network, Inc. Valencia, Bukidnon Channel __
  • Value Vision Cable TV System, Inc. Kabasalan, Zamboanga Sibugay Channel __
  • Vicormin Telecommunications System, Inc. Victoria, Laguna Channel __
  • Videocom Satellite System, Inc. Nasugbu, Batangas Channel __
  • Villa Santiago Multi-Purpose Cooperative CATV Aglipay, Quirino Channel __
  • Vision Prime Cable TV Bato and Iriga City Camarines Sur Channel __
  • Wesfardell Cable Services Roxas City, Capiz Channel 2
  • Zafra Cable HD Panglao, Bohol Channel 1
  • Zamboanga Del Sur Agricultural College Integrated Multipurpose Cooperative Cable TV Channel __
  • Zenergy Cable Internet Butuan City Channel 17
  • Z-Energy CATV Network, Inc. Buenavista, Agusan Del Norte Channel __
  • Zoomsat, Inc. Gingoog City, Misamis Occidental Channel __
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