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TV shows Theme Songs (next version)

July 12, 2010 at 1:39am

Champoy

champoy, champoy,

subukan 'nyo ang champoy

aba, 'di ba, ibang-iba ang lasa?

sa unang tikim, 'kala 'nyo'y matamis,

biglang aalat, parang nang-iinis

champoy, champoy,

ibang-iba ang champoy...

champoy, champoy,

ang tao'y parang champoy...

mayro'ng payat, mayro'n ding parang bondat

matangkad ang nanay, anak ay maliit,

magandang babae, boyfriend ay pangit


champoy, champoy,

ang tao'y parang champoy

champoy, champoy,

buhay ay parang champoy...

kaya sana, tawanan ang problema

minsa'y tahimik, minsan ay magulo,

ganyan talaga ang takbo ng mundo...

champoy, champoy,

buhay ay parang champoy...

Mangarap (100 Days to Heaven)

Mahiwaga ang buhay ng tao

Ang bukas ay di natin piho

At manalig lagi sana tayo

Ang Diyos siyang pag-asa ng mundo

Pag-ibig sa ating kapwa tao

At laging magmahalan tayo

Yan ang lunas at ligaya

At pag-asa ng bawat kaluluwa

Pag-ibig sa ating kapwa tao


At laging magmahalan tayo

Yan ang lunas at ligaya

At pag-asa ng bawat kaluluwa

Yan ang hiwaga ng buhay ng tao.

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Ymman Jake Merdegia Biaco pinatutugtog ito sa Tambalang Failon at Sanchez sometimes

October 16, 2010 at 8:34pm Like

Expanded version of News anchors/anchor team-ups

July 31, 2010 at 1:56pm

GMA
The World Today: henry halasan
News at Seven: tina monzon-palma and bong lapira
The 11:30 report: tina monzon-palma and tony zorilla
GMA balita: mike lacanilao, helen vela and bobby guanzon (with veronica baluyut taking over helen
vela after the latter's death, and alex tinsay after bobby guanzon won as caloocan congressman)
GMA headline news: tina monzon-palma and jose mari velez (substituted by leslie espino after velez
died; vicky morales also became the third anchor for a short time)
GMA network news: leslie espino, mari kaimo, risa hontiveros and vicky morales; mike enriquez and
vicky morales
GMA network news weekend: raffy marcelo, martin andanar, bernadette sembrano and georgette
tengco (gin de mesa later taking over tengco's slot after she left GMA for MTV asia)
saksi: mike enriquez and karen davila; mel tiangco and jay sonza

ABS-CBN
Balita ngayon: mel tiangco, robert arevalo
TV patrol: noli de castro, mel tiangco, frankie evangelista and angelique lazo (christine bersola
substituting after angelique was supposed to get married)
the world tonight: angelo castro jr. and loren legarda (korina sanchez also became the third anchor
but for a short while din), with dyan castillejo and ces drilon as sports and business anchors,
respectively
pulso aksyon balita: erwin tulfo, ted failon, korina sanchez
headlines: tony velasquez, karen davila
insider: karen davila, cito beltran, ces drilon, dong puno, erwin tulfo
the weekend news: pia hontiveros, erwin tulfo, cheri mercado

RPN
newswatch evening cast: cathy santillan and cielo villaluna
newswatch primecast: harry gasser and coco quisumbing
newswatch saturday/sunday report: buddy lopa and gaby roldan (who would return to TV later as
atty. gaby concepcion--no pun intended. )
newswatch sa umaga: the late pete roa, and later, bill velasco with tere guanzon (i don't know how
she's related to bobby. )
primetime balita (their short-lived attempt at a late-night tagalog newscast in the late '90s/early
2000s): angelique lazo and buddy lopa
arangkada xtra balita: angelique lazo
aksyon balita: erwin tulfo, connie sison, aljo bendijo, bobby yan, vikki sambilay
i-watch news: lexi schulze, aryana lim, carlo tirona

IBC
News today: Frankie Evangelista and Lulu Pascual
11 o'clock news: lee andres and tg kintanar
TV x-press: amy godinez and elmer mercado
IBC balita ngayon: noli eala, tintin gonzalo (i hope i remembered the name right) and manuel llige
(nee manolet ripoll from "that's entertainment")
CTN midnite (a short-lived newscast aired very late, after the VTV time-block): bernadette sembrano
(yes, this was her first newscast), amelyn veloso and alice noel
Ronda Trese: Ida bernasconi and elmer mercado
IBC express balita: snooky serna (then credited as snooky serna-go...sila pa ni ricardo cepeda
noon); anne marie soriano, noli eala and precious hipolito-castelo

ABC
balitang-balita: prof. randy david and chichi fajardo (tg kintanar took over randy david later); gani oro
and thelma dumpit-murillo; john susi and jay sonza
the big news: tina monzon-palma, eric eloriaga and kathy tanco-ong; rod nepomuceno, mike toledo
and amelyn veloso, cheri mercado

PTV/NBN
news on 4: mari kaimo, dada lorenzana, sandra dayco and christine jacob (she was the sports
anchor before she became "eat bulaga" co-host)
teledyaryo (noong isang edition pa lang siya at 8pm): gani oro and chino trinidad (and later, believe it
or not, coach chot reyes)
pangunahing balita (later known as "pambansang balita alas-singko): kathy de leon-vilar, chichi
fajardo, ruth abao, romy macalintal, flor perez
ptv news nationwide: chiqui roa-puno, david celdran

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GMA 1988 SID lyrics

July 31, 2010 at 7:29pm

"This, this is where you belong my friend.


Come along with me, and I'll share the world with you.
This is where you belong my friend.
Come along my friend.
Our world is your world is where you belong...
where you belong, my friend,
It's where you belong, GMA,
It's where you, you you, It's where you Belong!"

PBA Coverage Timeline

July 31, 2010 at 8:34pm

1975 - KBS-9

1976 - BBC-2

1977 - KBS-9

1978 - GTV/MBS-4

1982 - Vintage Sports (City 2)

1983 - Vintage Sports (MBS/PTV-4)

1996 - Vintage Sports (IBC-13)

2000 - Vintage and Viva TV (IBC-13


2003 - IBC-13 and NBN-4

2004 - ABC 5

2008 - C/S 9/Solar TV/RPN-9

2011 - Solar Sports/Studio 23

2011 - AKTV on IBC 13 (Sports5)

2013 - IBC 13 & Aksyon TV (Sports5)

2013 - TV5, Aksyon TV & FOX Sports

Eat Bulaga's Rival shows

July 31, 2010 at 8:38pm

RPN-9 (1979-1989)

- Student Canteen (GMA, 1975-1986)

- Broadcast Campus (BBC-2, 1970s)

- This is It! (BBC2, 1982-1983)

- Kalatog! Pinggan (ABS-CBN, 1986-1989)

- Lunch Date (GMA, 1986-1993)

ABS-CBN-2 (1989-1995)

- Tayo Magsaya (PTV-4, 1986)

- Lunch Date (GMA, 1986-1993)

- Student Canteen (RPN, 1989)

- Salu-Salo Together (GMA, 1993-1995)


- Chibugan Na!(RPN, 1990-1996)

- Regal Family (IBC-13, 1986-1988)

GMA-7 (1995-2013)

- Chibugan Na!(RPN, 1990-1996)

- 'Sang Linggo nAPO Sila (ABS-CBN, 1995-1998)

- Alas Dose sa Trese (IBC, 1998-2000)

- Magandang Tanghali Bayan (ABS-CBN, 1998-1999; 1999-2003)

- Esep-Esep (ABS-CBN, 1999)

- Lunch Break (IBC, 2000-2003)

- Masayang Tanghali Bayan (ABS-CBN, 2003-2004)

- MTB: Ang Saya Saya (ABS-CBN; 2004-2005)

- It's Chow Time (IBC, 2004-2005)

- Chow Time Na! (IBC, 2005-2006)

- Wowowee! (ABS-CBN, 2005-2010)

- Pilipinas Win na Win (ABS-CBN, 2010)

- Showtime (ABS-CBN, 2009-present)

- Hapee Yipee Yehey (ABS-CBN, 2011-present)

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Dwayne Anglo EB remains numero uno!!!

August 6, 2010 at 2:29am Like

Pinoy Nostalgia Correct!

August 6, 2010 at 2:16pm Like

Dwayne Anglo how u know that doods (edu manzano) is going back to Kapuso?

August 7, 2010 at 10:43am Like

Pinoy Nostalgia I saw this rumored story on PEP.ph on it's scoopbox.

August 7, 2010 at 10:49am Like

TV show's Theme Songs (1)

July 31, 2010 at 9:45pm

Hoy Gising

Ang ating bayan, kay raming problema..

Walang tubig, tambak ang basura...

Sobra ang trafic maya't maya'y brown-out pa!

Lubak-lubak ating mga kalsada!

Hoy! Gising!

Tayong Pinoy dapat Magbago na!

Hoy! Gising!
Katok Mga Misis!

Katok mga Misis, Katok Katok..

Kung Nais nyong may makasama...

Tuwing umaga, sa inyong kusina..

Katok Mga Misis Katok..

Katok Mga Misis! Katok!

Tanging Yaman

KORO:

Ikaw ang aking tanging yaman

Na di lubusang masumpungan

Ang nilikha Mong kariktan

Sulyap ng 'Yong kagandahan

Ika'y hanap sa tuwina

Nitong puso'ng Ikaw lamang ang saya

Sa ganda ng umaga

Nangungulila sa 'Yo, Sinta (KORO)


Ika'y hanap sa tuwina

Sa kapwa ko Kita laging nadarama

Sa Iyong mga likha

Hangad pa ring masdan ang 'Yong mukha (KORO)

YOUR SONG: MY ONLY HOPE

There's a song that's inside of my soul.

It's the one that I've tried to write over and over again

I'm awake in the infinite cold.

But you sing to me over and over and over again.

So, I lay my head back down.

And I lift my hands and pray

To be only yours, I pray, to be only yours

I know now you're my only hope.

Sing to me the song of the stars.

Of your galaxy dancing and laughing and laughing again.

When it feels like my dreams are so far

Sing to me of the plans that you have for me over again.

So I lay my head back down.


And I lift my hands and pray

To be only yours, I pray, to be only yours

I know now, you're my only hope.

I give you my destiny.

I'm giving you all of me.

I want your symphony, singing in all that I am

At the top of my lungs, I'm giving it back.

So I lay my head back down.

And I lift my hands and pray

To be only yours, I pray, to be only yours

I pray, to be only yours

I know now you're my only hope.

hmmmmm, hmmmmm, oooooh.

Kapag Ako Ay Nagmahal (Magkaribal)

Ibibigay ang lahat-lahat

Handa kong gawin

Lahat ng 'yong hiling


Sukli man ay sugat sa puso

...

Karamay ka

Sa hirap at saya

Masaktan mo man

Damdamin ko

Ako'y nandyan parin sayong tabi

Kapag ako ay nagmahal

Ang lahat ng ito'y magagawa

'Di magbabago, 'di maghahangad

Ng anumang kapalit

Kapag ako ay nagmahal

Umiyak man ako hindi ko ito ikakahihiya

Handa akong magtiis

Kapag ako, kapag ako ay nagmahal

Sa 'yo lamang

Iikot aking mundo

Sa 'ki'y bale wala

Sasabihin ng iba

Basta't alam ko
Mahal kita

Kapag ako ay nagmahal

Ang lahat ng ito'y magagawa

'Di magbabago, 'di maghahangad

Ng anumang kapalit

Kapag ako ay nagmahal

Umiyak man ako hindi ko ito ikakahihiya

Handa akong magtiis

Hindi ka man maging akin

Lahat ng ito'y gagawin

Kapag ako, kapag ako ay nagmahal

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Battle of the Brainless!

August 1, 2010 at 12:21am

Q: Sino ang National Hero na naka-picture sa 500-peso bill?


Clue: Ang initials niya ay "N-A"(Ninoy Aquino).
A: Nora Aunor.
Q: Hindi, ang last letter ng kaniyang palayaw ay "Y".
A: Guy Aunor?
Q: Hindi, dati siyang naging Senador
A: The former Senator Nora Aunor.
Q: Hindi, patay na siya!
A: Patay na pala si Nora Aunor??!!!!
Q: Anong hayop sa dagat ang may walong tentacles? Clue: Ang pangalan
niya ay nagsimula sa "Octo" (Octopus).
A: October.
Q: Hindi, walo nga ang tentacles nito.
A: Octo-walo.
Q: Hindi pa rin. Ang hayop na ito ay walang spine at malambot ang katawan.
A: Octoarts Dancer.
Q: Hindi, nagtatapos sa "s" ang pangalan nito.
A: Octoarts Dancers.
Q: Hindi pa rin.
A: Octomechanix?

Q: Saan binaril si Dr Jose P. Rizal? Clue: "B" ang simula (Bagumbayan)


A: Sa back?
Q: O sige, pwede rin na ang simula ay "L" (Luneta).
A: Sa likod?
Q: Hindi pa rin. Para mas madali, gamitin natin ang kaniyang modern
name - "RP" (Rizal Park).
A: Sa rear part??

Q: What is the National Bird of the Philippines? Clue: Its name starts with the letter "M"(Maya).
A: Manok!
Q: Hindi, brown ang kulay nito.
A: Piniritong manok?
Q: Hindi, nagtatapos sa letter "A"
A: Piniritong manoka?
Q: Hindi, mas maliit pa diyan.
A: Maggi chicken cube?

Q: What is the National Flower of the Philippines? Clue: It starts with the
letter "S" (Sampaguita).
A: Sunflower.
Q: Hindi, binibenta ito sa kalye.
A: Stork.
Q: Hindi, bulaklak sabi, eh.
A: Sitsarong bulaklak!
Q: Hindi pa rin. Ang ending niya ay letrang "A".
A: Sitsarong bulaklak na may suka!
Q: O, para madali ha, uulitin ko ang clues at dagdagan ko pa: pangalan ng bulaklak na nagsisimula
sa letrang "S", nagtatapos sa letrang "A" at kapangalan ito ng isang sikat na singer.
A: Si Sharon Cuneta
Q: Ano ang tawag ng tao na sumasagip sa iyo pag ikaw ay nalulunod? Clue: "L" ang simula ng
pangalan niya (Lifeguard).
A: Lifebuoy.
Q: Hindi, pero kahawig nga ng pangalan ng sabon ang pangalan ng taong ito.
A: Safeguard.
Q: Hindi, pero makukuha mo ang pangalan nito pag pinagsama mo ang dalawang sagot mo.
A: Safe boy.
Q: Hindi siya "boy" at matipuno nga ang kaniyang katawan.
A: Si Mr. Clean.

Q: Sino ang kaunaunahang chess grandmaster of Asia? Clue: Kapangalan niya ang tao ng chess
(Eugene Torre).
A: Carole King.
Q: Hindi, mas mababa sa "King".
A: Al Quinn.
Q: Hindi, Filipino ang apelyido niya.
A: Armida Siguion-Reyna.
Q: Hindi pa rin. Mas mababa pa sa "Reyna".
A: Bishop Bacani.
Q: Mas mababa pa sa "Bishop".
A: Johnny Midnight (Knight).
Q: Mas mababa pa sa "Knight".
A: Jerry Pons (Pawns)?
Q: O ayan na ha. Nabanggit mo na ang lahat ng piyesa. Yung kahulihulihang piyesa na lang.
A: Sylvia la Torre

Q: Ano ang national animal ng Australia? It begins with the letter K.


(Kangaroo)
A : Kalabaw!
Q : Mali! It ends with the letter O.
A : Kabayo!
Q : Mali pa rin! Tumatalon-talon ito.
A : Kuneho!
Q : Mali pa rin! It ends with double-O.
A : KunehO-O?

Q : Sino ang national hero ng Pilipinas? The initials are JPR. (Dr. Jose P.
Rizal)
A : Jeric P. Raval!
Q : Mali! He is a doctor.
A : Dr. Jeric P. Raval?

Q : Sino ang tinaguriang concert queen ng Pilipinas with initials PF? (Pops
Fernandez)
A : Pernando Foe!
Q : Mali! Queen nga, e, di babae!
A : Mrs. Pernando Foe

Q: Sino and nakapatay kay Magellan? Ang initial ay L-L


A: Lito Lapid
Q: Hindi, inuulit ang pangalan nito!
A: Lito-lito lapid-lapid
Q: Hindi, konti lang ang letra ng pangalan niya
A: Lot-lot
Q: Hindi, mas marami pa dito!
A: Lot-lot and friends

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TV show's theme songs (2)

August 1, 2010 at 12:28am

GMA Supershow

There's a feeling every Sunday

You can't explain, you wonder why

You'd rather be in front of the TV

Having Lunch with the whole Family

Songs and dances, fun and laughter,

Celebrities and superstars

(incomplete)

There's something special for one and for all

On the GMA Supershow


Mara Clara

Ang buhay minsa'y nakapagtataka

Kahit ating sikapin na ito ay maiba...

Sa bandang huli, babalik muli

Sa kung saan lahat nagsimula

Mara Clara Ika'y ako ngayon,

at ako'y ikaw Katotohanan,

'di pa natatanaw

Sa agos ng buhay, tiyak ay lilitawa

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What happened to the GMA Network News anchors?

August 1, 2010 at 10:36pm

Leslie Espino - (deceased yata)

Vicky Morales - (now anchoring Saksi)

Risa Hontiveros - (now a activist)

Marga Ortigas - (now, Al Jazeera correspondent, Manila)

Mari Kaimo - (now hosted 700 Club Asia)

Rachel del Mar - (now, representative of Cebu)

Gin de Mesa - (now from ABS-CBN)


Martin Andanar - (now anchoring Aksyon JournalisMO)

Mike Enriquez - (now anchoring 24 Oras)

Bernadette Sembrano - (now anchoring TV Patrol Weekend)

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TV station's voice overs

August 2, 2010 at 8:13pm

ABS-CBN-2 : Ernie Angeles, George Boone, Peter Musngi, Charlie/Papi Charlz (of 101.9)

PTV-4/NBN-4 : Beng Chua (now at Sports5), Kenji (of 106.7 Energy FM)

ABC-5 : George Boone, The Raven, Michael Knight, Martin Andanar, Neil Pagulayan

GMA-7 : The Mole, George Boone, Danny Soncuya, Shirley Escalante, Al Torres. Paul (of 96.3)

RPN-9 : Andy Santillan, Orly Mercado, Pal Marquez

QTV 11/Q 11/GMA News TV 11 : Dada Carlos, male voice-over, Al Torres, Paul (of 96.3)

IBC-13 : Peewee

Studio 23 : Dominic (of 96.3), another male voice-over

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John Christian Canda Domingo Sino naman ang voice over ng BBC 2?

August 7, 2010 at 8:44pm Like



Pinoy Nostalgia Baka si Peter Musngi (on it's final years).

August 7, 2010 at 8:57pm Like

John Christian Canda Domingo Ang alam ko si Mr. Musngi ang voice over ng IBC nang mag-EDSA One.

August 8, 2010 at 9:25am Like

Pinoy Nostalgia at DJ pa lang siya sa KB 89.1

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Latest newson the Philippine Television

August 5, 2010 at 10:05am

GMA Network's coffee-table book launched

In celebration of its 60th anniversary, GMA Network launched a coffee-table book titled Kapuso: The
GMA Story which traces the generations of individuals behind the history of the company from its
founding to the present.

President Benigno Noynoy Aquino III and Vice President Jejomar Binay were the guests of honor
at the book launch last July 30, at the Rizal Ballroom of the Makati Shangri-La Hotel.

The 199-page book, written by celebrated editor and accomplished writer Krip Yuson, features the
triumvirate of Felipe Gozon, Gilberto Duavit, Menardo Jimenez and top executives and personalities
like Annette Gozon-Abrogar, Mike Enriquez, Mel Tiangco, Marissa Flores, Wilma Galvante, Antonio
Seva, Orly Mercado, German Moreno, Tina Monzon-Palma and Freddie Garcia who shared their key
insights and memorable experiences with the institution in the last six decades.
Kapuso: The GMA Story highlighted the role of the broadcast company in the Philippines history and
its achievements that continue to be a lasting legacy of hardwork, dedication and innovation inside
each and every households television.

The book is a testament to GMA 7s success from its humble beginnings on June 14, 1950 to what it
is today. It gives the reader a glance into the richness of possibilities that the network seeks in order
to touch the hearts and enrich the lives of Filipinos everywhere.

Also present in the event were Speaker of the House of Representatives Feliciano Sonny Belmonte
Jr., former president Fidel Ramos, Senators Franklin Drilon, Ramon Bong Revilla Jr., Vicente Tito
Sotto III and former senate president Jovito Salonga.

Advertising executives, foreign dignitaries from the diplomatic corps, government officials, members
of the media and Kapuso celebrities also graced the cocktail event.

The 60th anniversary book launch was hosted by Mike Enriquez. (Philippine Star)

Privatization of 2 gov't TV networks pressed

The government is planning to raise the quality of government television station Channel 4 similar to
those broadcasting services in the United Kingdom and United States.

Herminio Coloma, secretary of the Communications Group, said they also intend to pursue the
privatization of RPN-9 and IBC-13, both government sequestered television stations since 1986, to
generate additional government resources.
Coloma, former transportation undersecretary, supervises the dissemination aspect of the new
communications group. He has authority over government television and radio stations, Philippine
Information Agency, National Printing Office, among others.

Coloma said he intends to modernize NBN-4, the government's main television station, and emulate
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) and Public Broadcasting Service (PBS), which provide
quality programs while ensuring commercial viability. (Manila Bulletin)

'Midnight DJ' to End Soon and to be Replaced by Another Horror Series!

The horror-anthology program of TV5 called "Midnight DJ" will soon bid goodbye on TV!

According to a reliable source, this weekly horror series will be replaced by another horror program.
This is "Regal Shocker" which will be produced by Mother Lily. If you can still recall, "Regal Shocker"
is the late 80's hit horror TV program aired on Channel 13. TV5 then got the rights to air a remake of
it!

"Midnight DJ" already gone too far on TV. This is one of the longest running weekly mini TV series
and already had many seasons. On its last and latest season, it is now called "Mga Tunay na Kwento
ng Lagim" since it features real-life horror stories. It's now like the former hit TV program "Nginig" of
the Kapamilya station.

Oyo Boy Sotto successfully hosted and played a lead role in the said horror show. He replaces the
original Midnight DJ Paolo Contis when the latter becomes an exclusive contract of the Kapuso
network.

And to date, "Midnight DJ" is one of the successful TV programs produced by the Kapatid network.
Keep up the good work "Midnight DJ" team until the last round!
REMEMBERING DEAD STARS

Archiving is poor in the movies, but worse in television. Copies of some old movies at least still exist.
Unfortunately, we cant say the same for TV. Most of us therefore have forgotten the TV stars of old
especially those who have moved on to the other world ahead of us. Today, let us remember those
talented individuals who made significant contributions to television before returning to their Creator.

Lopito The original male co-host of Tawag ng Tanghalan, he died at the peak of his career in 1966.

Joey Lardizabal Hosted The Morning Show in ABS-CBN Channel 3 up to the time he died of
cancer in 1969.

Chito Feliciano He pioneered in dance shows via Dancetime With Chito in the early 60s on
Channel 7. He died in a helicopter crash in the early 70s.

Vic Pacia A mainstay of Oras ng Ligaya, he also dabbled in films as an actor (Sampaguita
Pictures). Pacia died in a car crash in 1973 while driving in Laguna.

Eddie Peregrina A jukebox king, he hosted The Eddie-Nora Show with Nora Aunor on Channel 9 in
the late 60s.

Ronald Remy A former Premiere Productions contract star who made a lot of films for international
release, he appeared as Rosa Rosals husband in Yan ang Misis Ko and later hosted the Sunday
noontime game show (Lucky 13 among them) on Channel 13.

Nanding Flores The original Mr. Baltic when the comic strip Baltic & Co. was made into a series on
Channel 7. The show was still at its peak in 1975 when he died. He was replaced by Prospero Luna.

Doro de los Ojos Known for his dilated eyes that gave him his showbiz screen name, he hosted the
early afternoon variety show Everyday Holiday on ABS-CBN up to the late 60s. He died in 1981.

Pugo A veteran of stage shows, he did several successful comedies for LVN before he ventured
into television where he starred in Tangtarangtang (which later became Si Tatang Kasi), Wanted:
Boarders, Alright, Okay, My Son, My Son and also as replacement of Lopito in Tawag ng Tanghalan.
Dolphy so respected Pugo that when the mentor died in 1978, he cut short his US vacation to attend
the wake. Dolphy also had Pugos coffin replaced with a more expensive one something more fit
for the original King of Comedy, which Pugo was in the 50s and 60s.

Patsy She passed on to the other world about half a year after the death of Pugo, who was her
Tawag ng Tanghalan co-host and screen husband in Wanted: Boarders and My Son, My Son.
Tony Santos, Sr. A great character actor from LVN, he directed Oras ng Ligaya and several sitcoms
for the old ABS-CBN. He also hosted Mr. Public Service and appeared as Dindo Fernandos brother
in Flordeluna.

Dindo Fernando A member of Sampaguitas Star 66, he metamorphosed into a fine actor and
leading man on the big screen. On TV, he was best known as Major Leo Alicante, Flordelunas
father. With Tony Santos, Sr., he also did the Dindo-Tony Show.

Virgilio Garcia The father of Kristine Garcia, he played sweetheart and later husband to Dulce
Lukban in Tindahan sa Nayon.

Teroy de Guzman A mainstay of Magandang Tanghali, he was also part of the early 80s comedy
show, Mah-Ta-Tu in the old BBC-2.

Mitos Villarreal One of the most sought-after TV directors for musicals, dramas (Salamism) and
special events, she was also part of the singing trio Lemons Three (along with Nikki Ross and Angie
de la Cruz) in Your Evening With Pilita.

Jose Mari Velez The most popular newscaster during the pre-martial law years (The Big News on
Channel 5), he developed a loyal following because of his credibility, excellent delivery of the news
and yes, debonair looks.

Tange An original cast member of Super Laugh-In, he was the funny houseboy in Wanted:
Boarders and My Son, My Son.

Rosa Aguirre A product of stage and the movies, she was Aling Charing in Tangtarangtang.

Apeng Daldal Famous for his protruding teeth, he was a mainstay of several sitcoms among
them, Tindahan sa Nayon and was part of Super Laugh-In.

Cachupoy A mainstay of Magandang Tanghali, he also starred in Sa Kabukiran and later in Sitak ni
Jack.

Elvira Manahan A legendary beauty, she hosted Two for the Road, first as a nightly for the pre-
martial law ABS-CBN and later as a weekly for GMA-7. As most of us still recall, Ms. Manahan was
murdered in her Forbes Park home in October 1986.

Bobby Ledesma Host and producer of Student Canteen and Discorama.

Jay Ilagan A matinee idol, he hosted Stop, Look & Listen and starred in My Son, My Son and Goin
Bananas. He died in a motorcycle accident in 1992.
Ading Fernando He was the top director of comedy programs until his death in 1984. On screen,
he was Daddy Groovy in Duplex.

Chichay From vaudeville, she did comedies in films but became a big name on TV in The Nida-
Nestor Show and other comedy programs. She was also Mrs. Milyonarya.

Julie Vega A big, big child star, she died of a mysterious ailment at the peak of her career on May
6, 1985 while Anna Liza was still at the top of the ratings chart.

Bentot The eternal child of Tangtarangtang, he played the Tatang in a failed revival of the series in
1982.

Bayani Casimiro Noted for his tap dancing, he hosted Tayoy Mag-Hapi-Hapi with Jean Lopez and
was a mainstay of Okay Ka, Fairy Ko until his death.

Leroy Salvador A fine director and actor on TV and in the movies, he will always be remembered
as Badong of Tangtarangtang.

Helen Vela The queen of Sunday afternoon TV, she was sob sister to everyone in Lovingly Yours.
She also hosted Suerte sa Siete and Student Canteen and later became a newscaster. She died on
Valentines Day of 1992.

Bert Marcelo A most beloved TV personality, he was Prinsipe Abante and host of the popular talent
search Tanghalan ng Kampeon. "Kaka" was also in demand as host of special events like the
FAMAS and Urian.

Louie Beltran A respected print and broadcast journalist, he was the fearless host of the pre-martial
law Straight from the Shoulder, which had a successful revival on GMA 7 after EDSA I.

Pancho Magalona A top leading man, he was also successful on TV as the star of Pancho Loves
Tita and as host of Magandang Tanghali.

Charito Solis The empress of drama on the big screen, she also reigned as queen of TV drama in
The Charito Solis Show and Obra Maestra. Later, she dabbled in comedy via Okay Ka, Fairy Ko and
50 Carats.

Panchito The sidekick of Dolphy, he later also made several TV projects away from the shadow of
the King of Comedy.

Eddie Rodriguez The King of Drama before Christopher de Leon, he had his own drama series on
TV: Sanyugto, Quiapo, etc.
Bobby Gonzales Host of the noontime show Bigay-Hilig, he was also part of The Other Side of
Alma on MBS-4.

Maria Teresa Carlson She may have done only one TV show (Chicks to Chicks), but her "Si Ikaw,
si Ako" dialogues will always be remembered by viewers. She leaped to her death on Nov. 18, 2001.

Chuchi From vaudeville, she moved to TV via Pancho Loves Tita and later Chicks to Chicks.

Rod Navarro The original king of commercials, he replaced Patsy as host of Tawag ng Tanghalan
which later became Tuklas during martial law.

Inday Badiday We are still mourning the loss of the original Queen of Intrigues. Her show Heart to
Heart is still being aired every Sunday on GMA 7.

Nida Blanca A queen of Philippine movies, she also became the queen of comedy via The Nida-
Nestor Show, Wala Kang Paki, John & Marsha, Mana-Mana Yan, etc. Its her second death
anniversary on Nov. 7.

MANILA, Philippines- Kung hindi magkakaroon ng aberya, maaaring mapanood ang husay ng
atletang Pilipino na lalaro sa 26th South East Asian Games at sa 2012 London Olympics.

Ang TV5 ang siyang nagbabalak na ipalabas ang mga malalaking kompetisyong ito sa kanilang IBC-
13 na kung saan gagawin nila ang nasabing network bilang isang sports channel sa bansa na
makikilala bilang AKTV.

Sa pulong pambalitaan na ginanap nitong Huwebes ng gabi sa National Sports Grill sa Greenbelt sa
Makati City, inihayag ni Vito Lazatin na bukas sila sa ideyang ipalabas ang aksyon sa SEA Games.

Its something were studying now and were interested in doing, wika ni Lazatin na siyang sports
manager ng TV5.

Maliban sa TV5 ay nagbabalak din ang ABS-CBN gamit ang Studio 23 na makuha ang rights ng
SEAG dahil sa pagiging tagasuporta sa Azkals sa football.

We have no idea if there are other interested in the SEA Games. But its a perfect fit to what we
really want that to feature Filipino athletes to the entire nation, dagdag pa ng opisyal.

Ang London Olympics ay gagawin sa susunod na taon pero ngayon pa lamang ay gumagawa na ng
paraan ang network para makuha ang rights sa isang istasyon.

We know that the London Olympics rights is owned by somebody and we are now exploring ways to
acquire it, pahayag pa ni Lazatin.
Sa Hunyo 5 pa pormal na ilulunsad ang AKTV pero unang larong mapapanood ay ang FIBA Asia
Champions Cup na bubuksan sa Mayo 28 sa Philsports Arena sa Pasig City.

Ang Smart Gilas ang siyang kakatawan sa Pilipinas sa ligang lalahukan ng 10 koponan at ang mga
laro ay maipapalabas ng live sa IBC-13.

Ang iba pang mapapanood sa sports network ng TV5 ay ang Wimbledon Open at Australian Open,
mga laro sa Badminton World Federation Gran Prix at Mixed Martial Arts na Pacific X-Treme
Combat.

Katatampukan naman ng paglulunsad sa Mall Of Asia sa Pasay City ay ang pagdaraos ng fun run sa
3k, 5k, 10k at 21k na kung saan sinisipat ng organizers ang 10,000 mananakbo ang makikiIsa sa
patakbo

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Pinoy Nostalgia Channel 4 is formerly known as PTV-4 in the First Aquino Adminstration. Still no fact na papalitan
ang pangalan ng PTV-4 ngayong Second Aquino Administration.

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Programming of GMA Network in the 1960s to 1980s (Based on the Butch Francisco Article)

August 5, 2010 at 12:40pm

GMA Radio Television ARTS First Logo (1974)

Below, I will try to recall the networks programming trends through the years from the time it
became my baby sitter up to the present.
In the mid-60s, Channel 7 was the favorite TV station of kids because it aired all those wonderful
cartoons like Popeye, Gumby and Baby Huey every Saturday morning. The network also carried
Tino Lapuz Eskuwelahang Munti which was made into a movie by Sampaguita Pictures.

And then, there was also the war series Combat which was enjoyed by both adults and kids. Combat
was so popular in the Philippines that time, Vic Morrow was even given a tickertape parade when he
visited Manila in the mid-60s.

Channel 7 also had Dancetime With Chito, hosted by Chito Feliciano, Feliciano died in a helicopter
crash in the early 70s.

During this phase of the network, the most familiar face on Channel 7 was that of Bob Stewart-better
known as Uncle Bob to kids. Bob Stewarts face was seen at all times of the day because he had to
do live endorsements of products during station breaks.

In the early 70s, another Bob came into the picture: Fr. Bob Garon, Bob Garon was then still a priest
and was assigned a Friday night counseling show on Channel 7.

When martial law was declared on Sept. 21, 1972, all radio and TV networks were shut down except
for Channel 9. Channel 7 was allowed to resume operations later that year and it became the refuge
of practically all the local shows that used to air on ABS-CBN which was not allowed to reopen until
after the EDSA revolution in 1986. ABS-CBNs Wala Kang Paki (with Nida Blanca and Luis Gonzales)
became Sa Di Mo Pa Mi. Wanted: Boarders (with Pugo and Patsy) became Boarding House. Ariel
Ureta and Tina Revillas 12 Oclock High, a popular noontime show that was produced by ABS-CBN,
became Noontime Matinee when it later moved to Channel 7.

Channel 7 developed a bigger mass following when Eddie Ilarde, Bobby Ledesma and Pepe
Pimentel revived Student Canteen In January 1975. Coney Reyes, a Baron Travel Girl finalist, was
brought in to take the place of Leila Benitez who was then already residing in the US. Coney wasnt
exactly a newcomer to television and movies that time. She had earlier played bit roles in TV dramas
and in the movies as Coney Nubla.
By mid-70s, Channel 7 had become the most important network in the Philippine television industry.
(Its closest rival was RPN-9. ) The station had gone full color by this time. It also produced local
show that received a lot of critical acclaim. One was Ms. Ellaneous, a glossy magazine show that
featured Tina Revilla, Maan Hontiveros and former Miss International runner-up Yogi Dominguez.
Originally aired Wednesday nights, Ms. Ellaneous always figured prominently in the PATAS awards
race and Tina Revilla was a perennial winner as Best Magazine Show Host.

Penthouse Seven, the dance show hosted by Archie Lacson, may not have received awards during
its more than five years on the air, but it undeniably had good production values. It remained a
popular late Sunday night show until it was cancelled in early 1981.

In the drama series department, there was also Tanghalan, which was directed by Lino Brocka.
Tanghalan featured a lot of PETA talents and socially relevant episodes. This drama anthology may
not have lasted very long on TV, but in my book it will always be remembered as one of the best
programs handled by the great Brocka for local television. It also helped boost Channel 7s image as
a network that aired only quality programs.

Among all the local stations, only Channel 7 has managed to have a continuous hold on the rather
picky AB market. Aside from coming up with well-produced local shows, it also had the monopoly of
all the rights to bring into the country almost all of the best and most popular canned programs
abroad: Charlies Angels, ChiPs (with Erik Estrada and Larry Wilcox), Mork & Mindy (with Robin
Williams), Threes Company, Eight is Enough, Lou Grant, Soap (with Billy Crystal), Cher, The Cosby
Show, BJ & the Bear, M. A. S. H. etc.

For the CD bracket, Channel 7 had Suerte as Siete (Student Canteens pre-programming show),
Prinsipe Abante (a parody of Prinsipe Amante with Bert Marcelo and Tina Revilla), Discorama
(where Tito, Vic & Joey gained prominence), Eddie Ilardes Kahapon Lamang, Ikes Movie-Go-Round
(a morning showbiz-oriented talk show), Lovingly Yours, Helen and, of course, German Morenos
Germspesyal which later evolved into the bigger GMA Supershow.
The news and public affairs programs of GMA-7 had always been known to be fearless and
innovative. Remember how it made a household name out of weatherman Amado Pineda? Or how
Tina Palma evolved from a reader of light news features to that of a main news anchorwoman?

And then, there was the Carruncho incident in Pasig during the 1981 presidential elections that was
caught on video by a team of newsmen from Channel 7.

During the dying days of the Marcos dictatorship, Channel 7 produced Viewpoint with Atty. Ricardo
"Dong" Puno. that was a brave move on the part of GMA-7 because Viewpoint was a public affairs
program that was critical of the Marcos administration.

Prior to the EDSA revolution, GMA-7 was known to be the only credible TV station because it did not
pander to the wishes of Marcos and his men. On the contrary, it became the voice of the opposition
on local television.

After the EDSA revolution in 1986, a lot of changes happened within the local television industry. The
name of the government station, the Maharlika Broadcasting System or MBS-4, was changed to
Peoples Television or PTV-4. RPN-9 and IBC-13 were both sequestered by the new administration.

Only GMA-7 remained untouched until some of its executives who were with the pre-martial law
ABS-CBN were lured back into Channel 2 when this Lopez-owned station reopened middle of 1986.

Newly-married Martin Nievera and Pops Fernandez also abandoned Penthouse Live on Channel 7
and moved to ABS-CBN where they were given a new show called Twogether. (Twogether was a
short-lived program though. After its cancellation, Martin returned to GMA-7 to host Martin After Dark
only go back again to Channel 2 in 1993.)

Channel 7, however, regained back Helen Vela who brought her drama/counseling show, Lovingly
Yours, Helen, to BBC-2 in 1983 after she was promised a better deal in the Benedicto-controlled
station along with a newscasting job. When BBC-2 closed shop after EDSA, Helen returned to
Channel 7 where she got her old Sunday afternoon slot plus an additional job as newscaster for the
station.

Also dislocated with the closure of BBC-2 was Vilma Santos variety program Vilma in Person or VIP.
Vilma in Person in spite of the fact that it was given the VIP treatment by the Benedicto
management never did well in the ratings game when it was with the old Channel 2. But when it
moved to Channel 7 where it was called Vilma, the show immediately shot up in the ratings chart.

Vilma! had grand productions week after week and was a consistent winner in the various awards
races in the field of television. It went off the air in 1995 only because Vilma got pregnant with Ryan
Christian and needed to have a complete rest.

Another well-produced show that was put up by GMA-7 after the EDSA revolution was Lunch Date.
This programs original hosts were Orly Mercado, Rico J. Puno, Chiqui Hollman-Yulo and Toni Rose
Gayda. The two gentleman, however, later bowed out of the show and were replaced by Randy
Santiago and Keno. To everyones surprise, Randy became an overnight sensation and was even
given his own Sunday evening variety program called Shades. Unfortunately, Shades didnt do very
well in the ratings game. It was taken off the air less than a year after its premiere episode.

GMA-7 (and the whole industry as well) also mourned the death of Elvira Manahan several months
after the EDSA revolt. She was brutally murdered in her Forbes Park home in October 1986. When
she died, her Two For the Road co-host, Nestor Torre, had been on leave for several months. He
was in China doing an acting part in Eddie Romeros Hari sa Hari. With Elvira gone and Nestor away,
Channel 7 was left with no other option but to cancel this late Monday night talk show.

For young audiences, GMA-7 put up with the help of German Moreno the daily afternoon variety
series, Thats Entertainment. This program produced a lot of talents who are still doing very well in
the business as dramatic stars, singers and even newscasters.

Channel 7 didnt actually just concentrate on strengthening its lineup of entertainment programs
around this period. In 1987, it welcomed into its fold Cheche Lazaros The Probe Team, a
documentary program that didnt do well in ABS-CBN, but is now still going strong after 14 years on
GMA-7.

Other significant public affairs and public service programs that were put up by the station starting in
the 90s were Firing Line, I-Witness, Debate, Imbestigador, Brigada Siete and Emergency. Of course,
Kapwa Ko Mahal Ko is still around almost 30 years after it was launched by GMA-7.

From the late 80s up to the 90s and even up to the present Channel 7 began winning various
awards here and across the globe.

Along a covered pathway that connects the various buildings of the GMA complex in EDSA is a long
shelf that houses just some of the trophies won by station in the various award-giving bodies. These
trophies may now be gathering dust (in spite of the protective glass), but each one of these stands as
a testimony to the great service provided by GMA-7 through all these years to the Filipino viewing
public.

GMA then known as Republic Broadcasting System began its operations (but radio
only) in 1950. Television didnt come until more than a decade later.

Unlike today, where everything you see is local production save for a couple of Korean telenovelas
that are even dubbed in Tagalog most shows on Channel 7 in the past were canned programs
(the most popular in the US): Combat, Mission Impossible, Sunset Strip, Charlies Angels, Threes
Company, The Golden Girls, etc.

Until the 80s, the networks prime market was the A-B crowd. But Channel 7 wasnt exactly lacking
in good local productions in those days. The few that it had were among the best produced and
starting in this series, I will go down memory lane and share with you my favorite local shows on
GMA 7 from the past to the present.
Uncle Bobs Lucky 7 Club What kid of my generation didnt watch this childrens show hosted by
Channel 7s founder, Bob Stewart (he died only a few years ago in Arizona)? Oh, those were the
relaxed days of television unlike today where every minute is so precious: You are given only a
minute or two to interview a celebrity guest who spent hours in the beauty salon and even longer on
the road to get to the station. The way Uncle Bob conducted his show it seemed like he had all the
time in the world (nobody could rush him to begin with he owned the network). What I couldnt
forget about this program were the latest toy models mostly robots that were endorsed by
Uncle Bob. Although that awakened the covetous side in me, it taught me how to strive harder to
attain what I want in life. And yes, I still have a few pieces of those toys I saw in Uncle Bobs Lucky 7
Club reminders of the early days of Channel 7.

Baltic & Co. Based on the comic strip by Ronnie Santiago of the Manila Bulletin (one of the three
dailies allowed to operate during martial law), this comedy, which premiered in 1974, was about
office life and among its mainstays were Angelo Castro Jr. (he was a TV-movie actor before he got
into broadcasting), Menchu Genato (now Mrs. Quinito Henson and also Tita Maggi in the noodle
soup commercial), Mely Tagasa a.k.a. Miss Tapia (she still used the same name when she did Iskul
Bukol four years later) and the late Bert Marcelo and Ricky Manalo. The show featured respected
guest performers and among them was no less than the late great Rita Gomez, who played a
sidewalk vendor and gamely allowed herself to be deglamorized for the part.

Kapwa Ko, Mahal Ko Public service programs (especially of this type) are usually depressing to
watch. But with Rosa Rosal there and then you throw in Orly Mercado, you have an engaging
tandem. If there was one thing viewers learned from Kapwa Ko, Mahal Ko, it was how to share what
you have with the less fortunate. Of course, the church had been preaching that from the beginning.
But theres nothing like the influence of television to send the message across.

Student Canteen II I say II because the original Student Canteen was born on radio and was first
telecast on ABS-CBN in the early 60s. In January 1975, however, this lunchtime show was revived
on GMA 7 with Eddie Ilarde, Pepe Pimentel, the late Bobby Ledesma and Coney Reyes. For seven
solid years, it was the king of noontime programs.

Discorama Tito, Vic & Joey first worked together in the gag show Okay Lang in 1973 on Channel
13 (along with the APO, who would later become their rival). But it was in this Saturday early evening
variety program Discorama where the now-legendary trio gained national prominence. Although the
real star of the show was Bobby Ledesma, Tito, Vic & Joey developed their own following among TV
viewers thanks to their Tough Ten hits, which spoofed current hit songs around that period.

Tanghalan A PETA production in cooperation with the Social Communication Center, this was a
drama anthology (aired every Wednesday from 8 to 9 p.m.) with Lino Brocka directing each episode.
The show was daring, especially that time when people were more conservative and living in fear
under martial law rule. But it dared tackle social issues like poverty and prostitution. One of its
early episodes was Orlando Nadres Paraisong Parisukat, which is about exploitation in the work
place (in a shoe store). Its female lead was Melvi Pacubas. When Paraisong Parisukat was turned
into a movie in 1976, Alma Moreno became the leading lady. Less than two decades later, Jose
Javier Reyes did a remake with Joyce Jimenez, but the material no longer worked, sadly.

Penthouse Seven A descendant of Dancetime with Chito (the first ever local production of
Channel 7), it was hosted by Archie Lacson, who was one of the dancers of the 60s dance show.
Piloting in 1975, it aired every Sunday very late at night and it featured the latest in disco trends, plus
Latin dances. One of the mainstays of the program was Ida Henares, who eventually became the
head of the GMA Artist Center. From the dance floor below, she has moved up to the executive
offices upstairs (thats what I call success). Penthouse Seven was actually viewed by both the sosyal
and the social climber and so it was assured of a captive audience. Strangely enough, it was
canceled without warning. Pope John Paul II arrived in February 1981 and the show was pre-empted
to give way to the Papal coverage and never returned. When the former Penthouse Dancers (Ronnie
Henares, Gina Valenciano plus the other members who even flew in from the US) had a reunion
dance concert last year, I asked them why it was canceled, but no one knew the answer (it was still a
popular show when it disappeared). It remains one of the big mysteries in the history of local TV to
this day.

Ms.Ellaneous Until the mid-70s, if you were an unmarried woman, you were formally addressed
as Miss. But advocates of the womens liberation movement insisted on being called Ms. married
or unmarried, just like Mr. When GMA 7 therefore launched on July 7, 1977 a show featuring three
female hosts Tina Revilla, Ma-an Hontiveros and Yogi Diminguez they called it Ms.Ellaneous.
The title was apt because the content of the show was, well, miscellaneous: It was talk, instructional,
quiz, documentary and even game. Directed by Maria Montelibano (the late Mitos Villarreal
eventually took over), it will go down history as among the most polished programs when it came to
presentation and with substantial content to boot. It is unequaled to this day.
Pamilya Bato-Balani This comedy is about two warring families next-door neighbors, actually.
With Apeng Daldal and Metring David in the lead, its comic style required the best of timing and this
was delivered on the dot all the time by the two vaudeville veterans

Late Night With June & Johnny June Keithley and Johnny Litton capped the week with their very
interesting on-air banter with guests, who came from different fields. There was the Bionic Boy, who
so Rene Mariano later told me turned out to be a hoax, Leo Parungao and his dwarfs and an
odd assortment of faith healers. But the line-up of guests most viewers looked forward to were the
celebrity friends of both June and Johnny: Mitch Valdes, Ronnie Henares, Ed Gatchalian, Ma-an
Hontiveros and even Bibeth Orteza. It was like they were letting us in into their private world. June
and Johnny also began the tradition of roasting a birthday celebrator (it was actually picked up from
the show of Dean Martin) and soon after, every other local program was doing it even in private
birthday parties. Again, thats the influence of television.

Two for the Road Aired Monday nights, this show had its beginnings in pre-martial law ABS-CBN
with Elvira Manahan and Eddie Mercado hosting and Nestor U. Torre directing. When it was revived
in the late 70s, it had a brief stint on Channel 4 (with Nestor as Elviras co-host) before it found its
final home on GMA 7. The show could have gone on, except that in 1986, Nestor joined the cast of
Eddie Romeros The King and the Emperor that was shot in China for six months. Before he could
even return to the show (they got guest co-hosts in his absence), Elvira had been murdered in her
Forbes Park home.

Prinsipe Abante A spoof of the classic Clodualdo del Mundo Sr. work (aired on radio) by Bert
Marcelo. Aired early evenings, it was the funniest, especially the rapport between Bert and Bayani
Casimiro, who played the king.

Kahapon Lamang An Eddie Ilarde-annotated radio show transported into television, it sometimes
featured daring themes. One never made it on air because the censors (then under the military)
didnt allow it: A story of incest starring Joey de Leon.

Lovingly Yours, Helen Originally a radio program, this drama/counseling show debuted on TV in
October 1980. Not your usual sappy melodrama where characters scream and slap each other
around, it won a lot of critical acclaim and was even recognized by the Gawad CCP Para sa
Telebisyon. This Sunday afternoon drama still went on air for a while even after Helen Velas death
on Feb. 14, 1992. Daughter Princess Punzalan carried on with it, but nothing beats the original. The
show packed up and Princess later became an award-winning villainess on ABS-CBN. She is now
happily married to an American and currently works in a bank in LA.

Viewpoint Piloting the year after the assassination of Sen. Benigno Aquino Jr., it was fearless. Its
anchor, lawyer Dong Puno, interviewed a lot of political personalities with anti-Marcos sentiments. To
this day, I salute lawyer Puno for having started that public affairs program.

Lunch Date This noontime show took over Student Canteen in 1986 and was hosted by Orly
Mercado, Rico J. Puno, Chiqui Hollmann and Toni Rose Gayda. When Randy Santiago was taken in
the year after, he with his pair of shades became an instant sensation and the show lorded it
over in the noontime slot. A lot of other talents later hosted this show: Tina Revilla, Louie Heredia, Ai-
Ai de las Alas, Lito Pimentel, Verni Varga and for a while, Pilita Corrales.

Tanghalan ng Kampeon This talent search was Wilma Galvantes brainchild when she was with
Channel 9. When she later moved to GMA 7 where she is now Senior Vice President for
Entertainment TV, she brought it with her and the show became an even bigger hit what with the
winnable tandem of Pilita Corrales and Bert Marcelo.

GMA Tele-sine Imagine a made-for-TV-movie every week? I dont know how the network
managed (expenses and all), but it did and viewers had a feast every Sunday evening watching a
new TV movie with big stars in it.

Kapuso Mo, Jessica Soho Jessica is able to come up with polished stories every week thanks
to excellent research and getting the proper angles (every newsman with the eye and instinct knows
this).

Imbestigador Hard-hitting and courageous, this public service program anchored by Mike
Enriquez teaches people from all areas (especially the public servants) to behave.
Case Unclosed I like history and going back to the past and this is what this news and public
affairs program does every week tracing stories that didnt have closure.

Family Feud I got so addicted to this game show hosted by Richard Gomez to the point that it
was already running my schedule and my life. I know its making a comeback soon. Oh no, there
goes my life and schedule again.

Eat, Bulaga! GMA 7 is its third home and there is an industry belief that wherever it is aired, the
network becomes Number One.

Startalk Its my all-time favorite show for obvious reasons.

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IBC-13 employees urge Aquino to privatize network

August 6, 2010 at 4:52pm

Employees of the television network Intercontinental Broadcasting Corp. (IBC-13) have asked the
government to quickly replace the sequestered companys board members, who have allegedly been
emptying the companys coffers.

In a joint letter to the Malacaang, the IBC Employees Union (IBC-EU) and IBC Supervisors
Directors Union (SDU) asked President Benigno Aquino III to prioritize the privatization of IBC 13 to
ensure that the company is managed professionally.

The IBC-13 employees claimed that among the many issues plaguing the company are frequent
meetings of the board of directors despite its hold-over capacity.

Certain members of the hold-over IBC Board of Directors, at the instigation of President Ad Interim
Juanito de Asis, have been holding almost weekly meetings since 5 July 2010. Each board member
receives a per diem of P12,000 per meeting, the IBC employees said in the letter.

Previously, regular board meetings were scheduled only once a month unless there were urgent
issues to be addressed.

The group also questioned the boards move to scuttle a joint-venture agreement on a piece of
property within the networks compound entered into by the previous IBC Management with R-
II/Primestate Ventures, led by local businessman Reghis Romero II.

The proceeds of this scrapped deal, the group said, were supposed to be allocated entirely for the
payment of unpaid benefits due to employees amounting to some P160 million.

The group said it was decades of this kind of mismanagement that has left IBC-13 financially
crippled.

Right now, employees salaries are hardly paid on time on top of the unpaid benefits and non-
remittances to government agencies, the joint letter said.

The employees desire for privatization of the network appears to be the best option, the group said.

To make the station more attractive to possible buyers, the group said, the government should
subsidize the companys budget for operations and for the upgrading of facilities.

The group also asked the new administration to make sure that once the station is privatized, the
acquiring company should be required to include a budget for employees separation and retirement
benefits.

Channel 13 was established in 1961 as the InterIsland Broadcasting Corporation (DZTV-TV 13) by
the Soriano family, former owners of RMN. The Benedicto Group of Companies owned by Roberto
Benedicto acquired the company in 1975 and renamed it IBC-13.

When Martial Law was declared in 1972, all broadcast networks were closed except for Channels 9
and 13 who re-opened in 1973. In 1976, IBC 13 became one of the country's most viewed TV
networks, with full-length local and foreign films and filipino-made programs aired on primetime.
After the EDSA revolution in 1986, all stocks and assets of IBC 13 were sequestered by the
government through the Presidential Commission on Good Government. A board of administrators
was created to run the network. It was at this point that the network began to decline in terms of
ratings and revenues.

The government has tried several times to privatize the company, but failed due to various reasons.

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Pinoy Nostalgia Let's all privatize this station, because this is top-rated stations from the 80s.

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John Christian Canda Domingo IBC should be returned to its original owners, the Sorianos. The re-
privatisation of RPN (formerly Marcos-owned) and IBC and the revival of BBC will surely destroy the Lpez
media monopoly and give Filipino viewers other choices.

August 7, 2010 at 8:51pm Like


Pinoy Nostalgia John Christian: Patay na si Andres Soriano, diba at Patay si Mr. Roberto Benedicto, baka kay
Henry Sy yata ang susunod.

August 7, 2010 at 8:56pm Like

Television Networks Directory

August 6, 2010 at 6:15pm

ABS-CBN Corporation -- the country's biggest media organization and the first Filipino media
conglomerate to go public in 1991.
Chairman: Eugenio Lopez III
President: Charo Santos-Concio
Address: Mother Ignacia St., Diliman, Quezon City
Tel: 415-2272, 924-4101
Fax: 924-1568
Flagship stations: TV Channel 2, TV Channel 23, DZMM 630 kHz, DWRR 101.9 mHz
Website: http://www.abs-cbn.com

GMA Network -- major competitor of ABS-CBN.


Chairman/President: Felipe Gozon
EVP and COO: Jimmy Duavit
Address: EDSA cor. Timog Ave, Quezon City.
Tel: 982-7777
Flagship station: TV Channel 7, TV Channel 11, DZBB 594 kHz, DWLS 97.1 mHz
Website: http://www.igma.tv

Radio Philippines Network (RPN -- a government-sequestered network which recently upset TV


programming concepts by importing cheap Mexican tele-novelas that briefly grabbed prime-time
ratings from established popular shows.
President: Tony Pet Albano
Address: Broadcast City, Capitol Hills, Quezon City
Flagship station: TV Channel 9

Associated Broadcasting Company (ABC) -- the newest TV network which has managed to grab
a share of the local TV market.
President: Ray Espinosa
Chairman: Manny Pangilinan
Address: Brgy. San Bartolome, Novaliches, Quezon City
Tel: 936-2551
Flagship station: TV Channel 5, DWET 106.7 mHz

Intercontinental Broadcasting Corp. (IBC) -- another government-sequestered network which


specializes in TV coverage for the professional basketball league.
President: Jose Javier
Address: Broadcast City, Capitol Hills, Quezon City
Flagship station: TV Channel 13, DZTV 1386 kHz

People's Television Network, Inc. (NBN-4) -- the official government television network created by
law.
President: Joey Isabelo
Address: Visayas Ave., Diliman, Quezon City
Flagship station: TV Channel 4

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TV5 (ABC) eyeing more frequencies to expand further

August 7, 2010 at 6:17pm

A Top official of Associated Broadcasting Company , or more popularly known as TV5, said
MediaScape Inc. is applying for more broadcasting systems so the former can utilize these and
expand its reach.

ABC and MediaScape, which operates a direct-to-home (DTH) satellite TV firm under the brand
Cignal, are subsidiaries of MediaQuest Holdings Inc., the media holding company of the PLDT
(Philippine Long Distance Telephone) retirement fund.

That move is part of our plan to expand our reach. You cant expand if you dont have frequencies,
said TV5 president Ray Espinosa in an interview.

MediaScape recently filed before the National Telecommunications Commission (NTC) 50 separate
applications for UHF (ultra-high frequency) and VHF (very high frequency) broadcasting TV systems.

Among others, MediaScape wants to put up TV stations in Butuan, Zambales, Coron, Ormoc, Bohol,
Tacloban and Albay. The NTC needs to issue permits first to MediaScape.

At the same time, MediaScape asked the NTC to approve other applications related to putting up a
broadcast station. These include frequency allocation, construction permits, permits to purchase and
possess equipment for continued operations.

UHF signals are best suited for carrying Digital Terrestrial Television (DTT) station signals when
compared with VHF. In allocating the frequencies for digital terrestrial television or DTT services, the
NTC promotes the UHF.

The NTC said MediaScape and TV5 can both utilize the broadcast systems applied by the former
even if its main business is to provide DTH service. They both have broadcast franchises, and these
will be used for broadcast services, said an NTC official.

Meantime, Espinosa said TV5 is moving to its new office in Mandaluyong soon.

We will break ground this October. Then new department moves in August or September next year,
and then the entertainment and others will come in by the first quarter of 2012.

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Pinoy Nostalgia Looking back on the moving to Mandaluyong yung offices, ABC-5 (TV5) uses 2 locations or
studios dati. On it's Pre-martial law years, The network's studio was located at Pasong Tamo, Makati. For almost
18 years, ABC uses the San Bartolome, Novaliches Studio until in 2012. World-class pa dati ang skyline at ang
transmitter dati.

August 7, 2010 at 6:20pm Like

Pinoy Nostalgia TV5 has using 21 frequencies up to now (wikipedia), 9 in Luzon, 4 in Visayas and 8 in
Mindanao.

August 7, 2010 at 6:21pm Like

Pinoy Nostalgia Correct, pero mahaba to pakikisapalarang ng TV5 yan. Dapat 50 lang, except yung meron na.

August 7, 2010 at 10:46pm Like 1

Looking Back at the 60s to 90s Philippine Television

August 7, 2010 at 10:18pm

In the mid-60s, Oras ng Ligaya was the most popular variety show in the late afternoon to early
evening slot. However, it was not without competition. In 1966, Channel 9 produced Nineteeners, a
variety program that featured bands (then known as combos), a lot of dancing and an advice portion
with then young bride and mother Boots Anson Roa as counselor.

The main host of Nineteeners was Jose Mari Chan (who was then fresh out of school) and the
executive producer was Ariel Ureta.

Over at Channel 11, there was Alright, Okay which starred Pugo, Romano Castellvi and Nancy
Roman (she was later replaced by Gloria Sevilla). Castellvi took care of the singing and the dancing,
while Pugo led the cast in the comedy skit. The skits this show presented were actually all
forgettable and even senseless.

Alright, Okay was clearly no match to Oras ng Ligaya in terms of popularity or even in production
values. It lasted only a year on TV.

In 1971, ABS-CBN put up another TV station: Channel 4. It was also housed in the Lopez-owned
Bohol Ave. studios like its sister network, Channel 2. One of Channel 4's pioneer programs was
Premyo sa Kuwatro, a game show hosted by Mitch Valdes (then still answering to the name Maya)
and Eddie Mercado. In the beginning and at the end of the show, Valdes sang (live) the shows
theme song which went like this: Ito ang Premyo sa Kuwatro. Aliw at tuwa sa bawat tao. May Premyo
sa nanalo ... regalo sa natalo. Ito ang Premyo sa Kuwatro.

Around this time, Oras ng Ligaya on Channel 2 was already losing its hold on the audience. ABS-
CBN replaced it with another variety show called On With the Show. This program starred Lita
Gutierrez, Baby OBrien, Manolo Favis and Maritess Revilla. Tony Santos, Sr. directed the show, but
made on-cam appearances from time to time. Lita Gutierrez did a lot of dancing in this variety series
and so did Lito Calzado who made a name for himself as a top choreographer through this show.

Perhaps as a marketing strategy, ABS-CBN produced another variety program on Channel 4 that
competed directly against On With the Show. ABS-CBN pulled Baby O' Brien out of On With the
Show and made her host the new variety series that was called D Wow Generation. Mitch Valdes,
who lost the game show Premyo sa Kuwatro, was tapped to take the slot vacated by O'Brien in On
With the Show.

When Martial Law came around in September 1972, all the television stations were shut down
except for Channel 9. Channel 7 reopened before Christmas of 1972, while Channel 13 was allowed
to resume operations in 1973.

Tony Santos, Sr. managed to jump over to Channel 9 where he directed and hosted an early evening
variety series that he called Tony Santos Presents. This program basically a mix of Oras ng Ligaya
and On With the Show, was a hit with the audience and stayed on the air for a couple of years.

In early 1975, the noontime show Ariel con Tina in the relatively new station BBC-2 had to be
cancelled after a misunderstanding erupted between its hosts Ariel Ureta and Tina Revilla. (Tina was
then doing a movie on location with Fernando Poe, Jr. and Ariel frowned on her frequent absences in
the program.)

BBC-2, however, wasn't about to let go of Ariel and Tina, two of the stations hot properties that time.
The station managed to keep both talents by giving them separate programs on Channel 2. Tina was
given a drama series called Christina, while Ariel got the early evening variety series Ariel &
Company After Six.

Ariel & Company was not a daily show. It was aired only on Mondays. In this program, Ariel got to
wear his best tuxedoes and had a different female co-host every week. (Toni Rose Gayda and 1974
Bini-bining Pilipinas-Universe Guada Sanchez were among his more frequent co-hosts.)

Bibeth Orteza after gaining popularity among viewers in Channel 4's The Morning Show (also hosted
by Ariel) was eventually taken in by Ariel & Company After Six to provide humor in the program.
The most successful product of Ariel & Company After Six, undoubtedly, was Nino Muhlach. That
time, the show wanted to provide Ariel with a young sidekick and conducted an audition among pre-
school youngsters. Among those who auditioned was Nino and he, along with the others were asked
at one point to sing as group.

Those little singing voices actually blended beautifully. It was only marred by the tune of this one boy
who sang way off-key. That was Nino.

Nino became a regular in Ariel & Company After Six and eventually rose to become a child superstar
(the biggest since Tessie Agana) in local movies.

The late 70s didnt produce any outstanding variety series in the late afternoon to early evening slot.
Tirso Cruz III had his musical/variety show Pipwede on Channel 9, but I doubt if he was ever proud
of this program.

In 1979, Channel 9 revolutionized the early evening programming by producing Flordeluna, a daily
serial that started the soap opera craze on Philippine television. Channel 7 came up with Anna Liza,
while BBC-2 introduced Jaypee de Guzman in Blu.

The only variety show that sprouted around this time (and that was a rather long period that
stretched up to the mid-80s) was the government stations Patok na Patok with Ariel Ureta. From
time to time, the late Ike Lozada would also come up with his own show in this time slot. But it was
clear that this was the era of soap operas.

Variety shows in the late afternoon to early evening slot were back in fashion after the EDSA
revolution in 1986 thanks to German Moreno's That's Entertainment.

That's Entertainment was a much-maligned program during its time. Among the criticisms thrown its
way was the insistence of Moreno to let his discoveries sing on the show even if most of them could
hardly carry a tune. Then, there were those youngsters who were getting pregnant one after the
other.

But looking back, That's Entertainment wasnt really such a bad program. In my book, it remains so
far the best-produced variety show in the late afternoon to early evening slot on Philippine
television.

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John Christian Canda Domingo Sana'y may makapag-upload ng original station ID ng BBC 2.
August 9, 2010 at 9:16pm Like

Pinoy Nostalgia Eh sana... Ito lang, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1txRqxT9Qv4

August 9, 2010 at 9:38pm Like

Ymman Jake Merdegia Biaco halos mga bata ang title roles noon, si Janice sa FdL, si Julie (+) sa Anna Liza
tsaka si Jaypee sa Blu, sana pag-ni-remake ang two remaining TV series (AL and Blu), si Zaijian Jaranilla ang
pwedeng gumanap tapos yung Anna Liza ay kay Marian Rivera

August 11, 2010 at 8:27pm Like 1

Pinoy Nostalgia Blu? Blu parang show yan sa BBC-2 noong City2 pa.

August 11, 2010 at 8:32pm Like

John Christian Canda Domingo Puwede rin kayang iremake ang mga miniserie ng RPN?

August 11, 2010 at 8:34pm Like

Journal Online - Edu to host new game show

August 11, 2010 at 1:03am


EDU Manzano obviously changed his mind. He said hes turning his
back on showbiz after he ran as vice president, but we now hear he wasnt able to resist GMA-7s
offer for him to host another game show, Asar Talo Pero Laging Panalo. He hosted Game Ka Na
Ba for a long time. Asar Talo is an original game show concept where contestants will face the
most daunting and challenging tasks, the most hostile audiences, and the most obnoxious remarks
to be heard live on national television. This one of a kind game show offers plenty of excitement
while giving winners the chance to bring home big cash prizes and giveaways. The contestant will be
called Bida, and he should survive the barrage of taunts, insults and boos from the heckling
audience. Failure to keep his cool when provoked will make him lose and make the studio audience
the winners. Asar Talo Pero Laging Panalo will premiere in September.

ABS-CBN personalities are running in the 1998 national and local elections

August 12, 2010 at 2:56pm

Loren Legarda and Rene Cayetano finished 1 and 2 in 1998 Senatorial Elections. Loren is the
anchor of "The World Tonight" and "The Inside Story" while Cayetano had a stint with "Companero y
Companera." If we are to include former president Joseph Estrada, who had a radio program in
DZMM, Jeep ni Erap, then that would make it 3 of 3 for ABS-CBN in 1998.

In this year's elections, Senate bets Noli de Castro (TV Patrol) and Kiko Pangilinan (Barangay
Dos)are consistently figuring in the top ten in the early results of the counting. If these pattern
continues, it will bring to four the Senators who had come from Channel 2.
Meanwhile in the local front, former Alas Singko y Medya anchor Gilbert Remulla is leading in the
congressional race in Cavite, and so is Hoy Gising's Ted Failon in his hometown Tacloban. Hard-
hitting Teddy Locsin of Assignment, is likewise lording it over Armida Siguion in the first district of
Makati.

However, on the downside, former ABS-CBN VP-News and Current Affairs Dong Puno has not been
making it in the Magic 13 of the Senatorial contest, while field reporter Ronald Estella is suffering a
beating from Manny Zamora in San Juan's congressional contest.

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Survivor Philippines 3 castaways revealed

August 12, 2010 at 3:24pm


1. Mico Aytona

2. Buwi Meneses

3. Princess Snell

4. Solenn Heusaf

5. Aubrey Miles

6. Ervic Vijandre

7. Jon Hall

8. Michelle Madrigal

9. Moi Marcampo

10. Akihiro Sato

11. Elma Muros

12. Karen Delos Reyes

13. Pretty Trisza

14. Aira Bermudez

15. Ian Batherson

16. Mykah of Bubble Gang

17. Ahron Villena

18. Doc Ferds Recio

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Jimpy Anarcon Pretty trisza? ginagawa nya rosalka ah.

August 13, 2010 at 6:28pm Like


Quiz Bee Riot (Tropang Trumpo)

August 13, 2010 at 5:00pm

ogie: ano ang pambansang hayop ng pilipinas na nagsisimula sa letrang K?

earl: kuto?

ogie: hindi kuto. mas malaki sa kuto.

carmina: ah, alam ko na. kutong malaki.

ogie: hindi. nakikita ito sa lupa.

maoi: aaaaaaah, kutong-lupa.

ogie: ano ang pambansang ibon ng pilipinas na nagsisimula sa letrang M?

gelli: manok?

ogie: hindi, nagsisimula sa letrang M at nagtatapos sa letrang A.

smokey: alam ko na, manoka!

ogie: hindi, mas maliit pa ito sa manok.

maoi: aha, alam ko na. manokita!

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Jenine Iana Shiongshu Pwede sa 2nd question: Maya

August 13, 2010 at 5:54pm Like


Variety show's voice-overs

August 13, 2010 at 5:42pm

GMA supershow/that's entertainment - danny soncuya

the sharon cuneta show - peter "rabbit" musngi (who now heads ABS-CBN radio and is still ABS-
CBN TV's resident voiceover)

lunch date - the mole/jimmy jam

SST - jimmy jam

eat bulaga - "long tall howard" medina (ngayon, si tom alvarez na ng RX93.1, pero sa mga plugs na
lang ng EB)

sa linggo napo sila/'sang linggo napo sila/ASAP - bob novales (siya pa rin 'ata sa ASAP hanggang
ngayon)

vilma! - ed picson/bob novales

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Christopher Velasco The voice-over in Eat Bulaga copies Peter Musngi's style

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GMA Program Schedule (1974-1986)

August 13, 2010 at 9:13pm

7AM - News

7:30AM - Magazine Show

8:30AM - Children's Show

10AM - Movie Go Round - hosted by Ike Lozada


11AM - Cafeteria Aroma/Damdamin

11:30AM - Suerte Sa Siete

12NN - Student Canteen

1:30PM - Sine Siete

3PM - 700 Club

4PM - Children's Show

6PM - Animated Robot Show

6:30PM - Anna Liza

7PM - News at 7

7:30PM - Canned American TV shows

10PM - GMA News

10:30PM - Magazine Show

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Ymman Jake Merdegia Biaco salamat sa TV sked ng 7!

October 16, 2010 at 8:31pm Like

Eat Bulaga's current Theme

August 14, 2010 at 5:56pm

Verse 1

Mula Batanes hanggang Jolo


Saan ka man ay halina tayo

Isang libo't isang tuwa

Buong bansa... Eat Bulaga!

Verse 2

Sina Tito, Vic at Joey

Barkada'y dumarami

Silang lahat ay nagbibigay

Ligaya sa ating buhay

Verse 3

Buong bansa ay nagkakaisa

Sa tuwa't saya ng aming dala

Isang libo't isang tuwa

Buong bansa... Eat Bulaga!

Coda

Isang libo't isang tuwa

Buong bansa... Eat Bulaga!

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Dwayne Anglo EB's current timeslot... 12:45pm to 3:00pm...

August 14, 2010 at 9:12pm Like

Pinoy Nostalgia 12:50pm pag nasobrahan ang movie.

August 14, 2010 at 9:19pm Like

Dwayne Anglo skeds for upcoming noontime timeslot between two giant networks...

ABS:
Simply KC
Kapamilya Cinema?
Showtime
PWW

GMA:
Love ni Mister, Love ni Misis
Asar Talo
Kapuso Movie Festival
Eat Bulaga!!

...im not sure this..

August 14, 2010 at 9:22pm Like

Pinoy Nostalgia Danz Showdown is still airing at hindi pa talo

August 14, 2010 at 9:33pm Like

Dwayne Anglo @admin, pag natapos un Danz Showdown, that's the time to replace by Asar Talo?? wow, i
gonna watch that because im a fan of DOODS even IM NOT VOTING HIM FOR VP!! anyway his PAPAYA
DANCE hits worldwide!!

August 14, 2010 at 9:40pm Like

Dwayne Anglo question, had u remember the incident of Vanessa del Bianco yun nasa MTB pa?? is not on
Willie...isang lalaki ang hinalikan si Vanessa, then kunuyog nya ng mga stafff at pinakulong pa...tapos binanggit
pa ng "I love u" kay Vanessa!!
August 14, 2010 at 9:43pm Like

John Christian Canda Domingo I still prefer the original theme of Eat Bulaga.

August 14, 2010 at 10:03pm Like

Pinoy Nostalgia yung Kasama si Coney tapos pinalitan ng Si Aiza at Coney at Barkada Dumarami yung sa
isang verse.

August 14, 2010 at 10:41pm Like 1

Pinoy Nostalgia at Batanes is formerly sung as Aparri.

August 14, 2010 at 10:42pm Like 2

J Vyacheslav Gerasimov Sebastian the EB theme really hits me right on my head. very powerful. bata pa ako
yun na yun eh. nagkaroon lang ng alterations sa first line pero nandoon pa rin ang impact. 'di lang Buong Bansa
kundi BUONG MUNDO na rin ang impact nito.

August 19, 2010 at 11:20pm Like

Gansom Kibfrel dati sina tito vic at joey, si aiza at si coney ngayon sina tito vic at joey, barkada'y dumarami

August 13 at 9:15am Like 1

Privatization of RPN 9, IBC 13 seen after 2 years

August 15, 2010 at 9:52pm

The Aquino administration is eyeing the privatization of sequestered television stations RPN 9 and
IBC 13 after two years at the earliest, Presidential Communications Office (PCO) secretary Herminio
Coloma said Sunday.
Its clear the sequestered government television stations should be privatized . . . But it wont
happen immediately because we have to face the reality that they are not as financially viable as
they used to be," Coloma said.

He said what the government will do first is improve the two stations financial status.

He said Malacaang will nominate to the Presidential Commission on Good Government (PCGG) a
new set of board of directors for the two stations pending their privatization.

RPN 9 and IBC 13 were sequestered after the late President Corazon Aquino, mother of incumbent
President Benigno Aquino III, took over in 1986, replacing Ferdinand Marcos.

As for state-owned National Broadcast Network 4, Coloma said a new board of directors would be
constituted and a better programming would be developed.

He said he wants to see the former Peoples Television 4 develop into something similar to the British
Broadcasting Corp. (BBC).

He said changes would also have to be implemented in the government-owned Radyo ng Bayan and
its stations in Metro Manila and the provinces.

We need to make changes, including in the communications sector such as the television stations
and even Radyo ng Bayan. We are all covered by the policy changes that the President wants to
implement," he said.

Coloma last week made the rounds of the agencies under the PCO, or the former Office of the Press
Secretary, after the release of Executive Order No. 4, which delineates the functions of President
Aquinos communications team.

He said he has toured the offices of the Philippine Information Agency and the Bureau of Broadcast
Services, which are located in Visayas Ave. in Quezon City. He said he was given an update of the
activities of the agencies and he briefed the concerned officials about the communications thrust of
the of the Aquino administration.

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Kyle Florencio GAME ON!! Since maganda naman ang mga ipinapalabas ng NBN (hindi masyado napapansin),
gawin nilang World-class para maipalabas din ang mga shows nila on different channels abroad

August 15, 2010 at 9:56pm Like



Pinoy Nostalgia Sa Europa, BBC, Sa Amerika, PBS, Sa Pilipinas, PTV!

August 15, 2010 at 10:00pm Like

Kyle Florencio That's right.. Kapag nangyari yun, nako maninibago na ang viewing ng mga Pilipino. Since NBN
will broadcast HD soon, kaya nang magbroadcast ng 2 HD channels in 1 transmitter using MPEG-4 AVC ISDB-T
system. 1 channel na English at 1 channel na Tagalog.

August 15, 2010 at 10:02pm Like

Pinoy Nostalgia eh dati noong GTV-4 and MBS-4 days yung shows 50% Tagalog at 50% English.

August 15, 2010 at 10:07pm Like

Kyle Florencio oh then have it both diba!! ayos yun

August 15, 2010 at 10:07pm Like

Pinoy Nostalgia Si Freddie Abando lang ang tanging anchors ng GTV-4/MBS-4 na tuloy sa NBN-4 at marunong
mag-english pa rin instead of Tagalog, o pwede taglish!

August 15, 2010 at 10:10pm Like

John Christian Canda Domingo I hope BBC will be revived like what happened to DWWW. DWWW was
originally 630 kHz until it became DZMM, but it was revived as 774.

Only one government TV station is enough.

August 15, 2010 at 10:31pm Like

Pinoy Nostalgia BBC known as British Broadcasting Corp.

August 15, 2010 at 10:32pm Like 1



John Christian Canda Domingo No. BBC as in Banahaw Broadcasting Corp.

August 15, 2010 at 10:34pm Like

Kyle Florencio @John.. What he is trying to say is that NBN should be in line with the British Broadcasting Corp
and America's PBS..

August 16, 2010 at 5:32am Like

Pinoy Nostalgia kasi maraming educational at government news programs with no drama, comedy, variety all
genre shows.

August 16, 2010 at 6:00pm Like

Kyle Florencio The purpose of NBN is to promote the government's programs, to produce TV shows that can
promote tourism (they did this back in 2008 in cooperation with S. Korea's KBS) and to produce TV shows that
can give information about the country

August 16, 2010 at 7:15pm Like

Kyle Florencio * i mean it was in 2009.

August 16, 2010 at 7:15pm Like

Pinoy Nostalgia yung isang documentary naalala ko yung philippine music, andyan si charice sa docu na yan.

August 16, 2010 at 7:25pm Like

Kyle Florencio yah.. charice,sarah geronimo,underground metal bands and others

August 16, 2010 at 7:26pm Like

Pinoy Nostalgia 1 bilyon ang channel 13, 800 million ang channel 9 ang gastos nila sa privatization... kung
mangyari 1 billion ang budget ng channel 13 at magpapatayo ng maraming resources like radio stations.

August 16, 2010 at 7:42pm Like

ABS-CBN's First

August 16, 2010 at 7:17pm

Asias FIRST Commercial Television Broadcasting Network and Philippines FIRST


Broadcasting Network ABS-CBN was founded by James Linderberg (owns BEC/DZBC 1000) and
Antonio Quirino (owns ABS 3) and Eugenio Lopez Sr. (owns CBN 9) on June 13, 1946.

Philippines FIRST and LARGEST Communication Media Conglomerate The two first
television networks formally merged on February 1, 1967. The merging of ABS 3 and CBN 9 formed
the Philippines largest media conglomerate.

Philippines FIRST Noontime Variety Show ABS-CBN aired the first noontime variety show
Student Canteen that provides innovative blends of contests, games, musical performances and
superb hosting for noontime entertainment.

Aired the FIRST Philippine Game Show Like the first noontime show, ABS-CBN also aired the
first game show in the Philippines entitled, Whats My Living?

Owns the FIRST Provincial TV Station in the Philippines June 14, 1961 when ELJ (Eugenio
Lopez, Jr.) built the first provincial TV station in Cebu airing 4 hours with the tallest tower (in that
time) in Cebu measuring 216 feet.

Philippines FIRST Soap Opera Hiwaga sa Bahay na Bato was the title of the first Philippine
soap opera aired in ABS-CBN in 1962.

Philippines FIRST Comedy Show Dolphy was the main star in ABS-CBNs and Philippines first
comedy show entitled Buhay Artista in 1964.

Brought the FIRST Philippine Color TV Broadcasting With the joint venture of ELJ to Radio
Corporation of America, Philippines now enters the world of color TV broadcasting.

FIRST Marathon Election TV Coverage in the Country The largest media corporation ground
breaks the first marathon election TV coverage on November 14, 1967 entitled Halalan 67 that airs
polls and updates for straight 36 hours on television.
Philippines FIRST Media Conglomerate to Win an International Prestigious Giving Body
ABS-CBN won 2 Gold Medals for Excellence in the New York TV and Film Festival for the Sarimanok
Station ID. ABS-CBNs FIRST Color Station ID in the Philippine TV The internationally-awarded
Sarimanok Station ID was the first station ID in color.

The Philippines FIRST Broadcasting Center and the MOST ADVANCED Broadcasting Center
was built by ABS-CBN On December 18, 1968, ABS-CBN built the most advanced media facility
in the Philippines, the ABS-CBN Broadcasting Center in Bohol Ave., Diliman, Q.C.

FIRST Philippine TV Broadcaster that Broadcasts Live Satellite Transmissions Abroad ABS-
CBN uses the first live satellite transmission abroad like John F. Kennedys Funeral and the 1968 US
Elections in New York

Used the FIRST Microwave Transmission Coverage 1969 was the year when Ruby Tower
collapsed and be broadcasted in TV using the first microwave transmission coverage on a multi-cam
Outside Broadcast (OB) Van

Broadcasted the FIRST Philippine TV Coverage of an Interplanetary Event People of the


Philippines witnessed the mans first step on the moon when ABS-CBN delivers Man on the Moon
coverage, the countrys first TV telecast of an interplanetary event via satellite, anchored by Bong
Lapira that airs live feeds and updates with annotations in the Philippines with the countrys brightest
scientists.

FIRST TV Broadcaster to Venture Philippine Telecommunication Network With the acquisition


of the Lopez to Sarmiento Telecommunication Network (then renamed Philippine Telegraph and
Telephone Company or PT&T), it became the first TV venture to a Philippine Telecommunication
network.

The ONLY TV Network in Color In the mid-70s, ABS-CBN was the only Philippine TV Station in
color and increased their programming up to 8 hours a week.

Philippines FIRST Telethon was done in ABS-CBN On July 17, 1972, Damayan, the first
telethon was gathered by big stars such as Dolphy, Vilma Santos and Nora Aunor to help the
devastated places in the country affected by the Typhoon Isang.

FIRST Simultaneous Microwave Transmission Over The Country Bridges on the Air became
a reality on 1988 using the acquired PT&T and simulcast programming over Luzon, Visayas and
Mindanao using microwave transmission.

The Countrys FIRST Media Based Organization ABS-CBN incorporated the operations for relief
and public service named ABS-CBN Foundations in 1991
FIRST Media Talent Center Venture ABS-CBN Talent Center (renamed Star Circle and now Star
Magic) was the first TV Media talent center to develop a stable of new stars for the network

Airs the LONGEST Running Primetime Newscast TV Patrol will celebrate its 21st anniversary
in 2008 since in its inception in 1987

FIRST Filipino Program Aired Internationally The longest primetime newscast program, TV
Patrol, was the first Filipino program to be seen abroad in September 1992.

FIRST TV Broadcaster to Venture International Telecommunication Network With the venture


of ABS-CBN, the countrys largest network, to one of respected international telecommunication
network, PanAmSat (Pacific North American Satellite), ABS-CBN switched from international taped
telecasts to live satellite feeds.

FIRST Media Conglomerate to Expand into Philippine Movie Production ABS-CBN expands its
growth to Philippine movie production by Star Cinema with its debut movie turned into a blockbuster
movie, Adan Ronquillo.

FIRST TV Broadcaster to Expand TV Programming Abroad As ABS-CBN signed historic lease


with PanAmSat, ABS-CBN expands its broadcasting into The Filipino Channel (TFC) with now 80%
viewership throughout the globe from Middle East, North and South America, Europe, Africa and
Australia-Pacifica.

Owned the FIRST Live Philippine Broadcast Rights for International Sports Event 1992
Summer Olympics in Barcelona, Spain was the first Philippine broadcast of an international sports
event was owned and aired the rights of ABS-CBN.

With the FIRST and TOP-RATED Live Philippine Broadcast Rights for International Beauty
Pageant Like the 1992 Barcelona Olympics, ABS-CBN owned the rights to broadcast live of the
1994 Miss Universe Pageant, the first live Philippine broadcast for international beauty pageant. And
also garnered the highest rated live broadcast with an average NUTAM ratings of 62.5%.

Owns the Philippines FIRST International TV Station ABS-CBN has now the first Philippine TV
network to have an international TV station in North America, now it is used as TFC office in North
America.

Philippines FIRST Broadcasting Network to Own A Terrestrial Cable Channel Sarimanok


News Network, now known as ABS-CBN News Channel or ANC, was the first terrestrial cable
channel owned by a broadcasting network in the Philippines, also the first terrestrial cable channel to
simulcast 24-hour continuously of news and current affairs programming.

Reigning the LONGEST in HIGHEST TV Ratings ABS-CBN reigns for 16 years straight in the TV
ratings from their comeback in 1986 up to 2003.
Aired the LONGEST Running Primetime Soap Opera Mara Clara, starred by the Queen of
Soap Opera Ms. Judy Ann Santos and Gladys Reyes was the longest primetime soap opera in the
history of the Philippine television in straight 5 years (from 1992 to 1997)

Owns the HIGHEST Rated Soap Opera in the Philippine TV Also by the Soap Opera Queen
Judy Ann Santos, Esperanza was the highest rated soap opera in the Philippine TV history,
garnering 58% in Mega Manila and 63.5% in National Urban TAM ratings (NUTAM).

Done the Philippine TVs HIGHEST Jackpot Cash Prize for a Game Show Game KNB? drawn
the highest jackpot prize in the history of Philippine TV with Php 5 Million.

Bought the Philippines FIRST Top-Rated Asianovela Starring the Taiwans No. 1 Boyband, F4,
and Barbie Xu, Meteor Garden was the Philippines first Asianovela to be aired on the country. Like
Mexicanovelas, Meteor Garden was also dubbed and garnered the highest rated Asianovela in the
Philippine TV history, with 63.8% on the NUTAM.

Philippine TVs TOP-RATED Mexicanovela Thalias Rosalinda was the highest rated
Mexicanovela in the country with NUTAM ratings of 68.9% on its July 13, 2000 episode.

Broadcasted the HIGHEST EVER Philippine TV Show and TOP-RATED among Philippine
Sports Broadcast. Manny Pacman Pacquiaos match over the defeated Morales of Mexico
entitled Hataw Pacquiao, Laban ng Bayan was the highest rated Philippine TV show ever in the
history of the Philippine TV, with NUTAM ratings of 83.5% in 2006 and also the top-rated Philippine
sports broadcast.

Has the HIGHEST Multimedia Conglomerate Asset Base ABS-CBN has an asset base of Php
28 Billion or US 613 Million dollars as of 2007.

Has the LARGEST Number of Employees in a Broadcasting Company The Philippines Largest
Network has a number of employees with 5,509 as of 2007, the largest number of employees
employed in a broadcasting company.

Home of the Philippines FIRST Franchise of an International Reality Show Endemol, a


Netherland-Based TV Network, brought the franchise of the first international reality show in the
Philippines via ABS-CBN, Pinoy Big Brother launched in 2005 where unfamiliar people lived in Big
Brothers House for 100 days without any communication from the outside world.

Philippines FIRST Fantaserye (Fantasy Soap Opera) Claudine Barretto starred in the
Philippines First fantaserye via ABS-CBN last 2004 entitled Marina, a story about a mermaid that
wishes to have feet.

Philippines FIRST Action-serye and FIRST Live Ending of a Teleserye Also, ABS-CBN
broadcasted the first action-serye in the Philippines in 2004 entitled Bastat Kasama Kita of Judy
Ann Santos and Robin Padilla. This action-serye also breaks the ground when it did the first Live
ending in the countrys TV history.

FIRST Cinema Remake in a Teleserye ABS-CBN also ground broke the first cinema remake in a
teleserye (also known as sineserye) in 2005 when a cinema hit of the present Batangas Governor
Vilma Santos-Recto entitled Kampanerang Kuba was remade by young actress Anne Curtis with
the use of modern and advanced prosthetics.

Philippine TVs FIRST TV Show to be nominated in the International Emmy Awards The late-
night newscast Bandila proudly be nominated in the previous 2007 International Emmy Awards
beating 800 entries worldwide in the News and Current Affairs Category, and known as the first
Filipino program to be nominated in the said prestigious award.

Owned the TOP-GROSSING Blockbuster Movie of the Country Based on the Movie and
Television Review and Classification Board (MTRCB), Star Cinema holds the unsurpassed top-
grosser in the history of Philippine Movies. Sukob, starring Queen of Philippine Game Shows Kris
Aquino and Claudine Barretto, with gross of Php 186,410,000, holds the record for the Top-grossing
blockbuster movie of the country.

FIRST Filipino Show to be Franchised Internationally The second highest rated teleserye in the
Philippine TV history, Pangako Sayo starring Jericho Rosales, Kristine Hermosa, Eula Valdez and
Jean Garcia, was the first Filipino TV show to be franchised abroad namely in Indonesia, Malaysia,
Thailand, Cambodia, Singapore, Guam, USA, and the Africa.

Philippines FIRST Extensive Documentary Done About Philippine Television History When
ABS-CBN turned 50 in 2003, the project was done for the first extensive documentary about
Philippine TV History entitled 50 Taong Ligawan: The Pinoy TV History FIRST TV Station to Bring
Home the Legend Media Pioneer Award In the First Filipino-American Visionary Awards held last
month at the Kodak Theatre USA, ABS-CBN, the largest multimedia corporation, bagged the Legend
Media Pioneer Award for encapsulating the brightest stars of the television and pioneering the
multimedia broadcasting in the Philippines.

FIRST Broadcasting Network to Enter Digital Television ABS-CBN currently applied for Digital
TV service and will utilize Digital Video Broadcasting Terrestrial (DVB-T), with the joint venture to
Europes Impeq Technologies to implement digital signals throughout the country. Besides, this
digital signals also allow households to watch ABS-CBN, Studio 23, and the companys 6 other
affiliates in High Definition (HD) Format.

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Pinoy Nostalgia salamat sa link, ireresearch ko yan.

August 16, 2010 at 8:34pm Like

ABS-CBN 50th Anniversary Station ID transcript

August 20, 2010 at 4:53pm

LINK:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ONeH55h4ZYY&feature=related

"We been rightful invite you for the next half hours so live from our studios here at the ABS-CBN.."

"Gina-istorya ka dire ka naman nakikinig.."

"Bakit ako magagalit sa'yo?"

"Aba gusto niyo ng fried egg?, fried eggs sa tupi mon..?"

"Non-sense, non-sense, non-sense."

"It's 12 Noon! Welcome to Student Canteen!"

"Up stand the Filipino if at the pit of his part if he connects with the big one."

"At one small step for man, A one giant leap for mankind."

"Oras ng Ligaya!, The Sensations!"

"The Entire Philippines under Martial Law."

"ABS-CBN is committed to help to strengthen our democracy!"

"The formal inaugural of the ABS-CBN Broadcasting Corporation"

"In the World Tonight!"


"Magandang Gabi Bayan!, Magandang Umaga mga kabig!"

"Public Service lang!, Walang Personalan!"

"My everly goal we shall always be thankful to our commitment at being In The Service of The
Filipino."

"You are the new Ms. Universe 1994!"

"Remaining true to our reason for being In The Service of The Filipino."

"Game Ka Na Ba!?, GAME NA!"

"Dear Charo"

"Kami ang inyong sandigan nang katotohanan!"

---HELICOPTER--

"Lumipas at magbago man ang panahon, sa isip at pananaw, sa puso at diwa ng Pilipino i-isa ang
ibig sabihin nang telebisyon, ABS-CBN Limampung Taon ng naglilingkod sa sambayanang Pilipino!!"

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A day in the life of Martin Andanar (based on the old IGMA.TV)

August 20, 2010 at 10:15pm

Martin Andanar in 2003.

One of GMA'7's busiest news anchors, Martin Andanar is deservedly reaping the fruits of his labor.
The proverbial "early worm", Martin started his career in broadcasting at the age of 19, working for
two years as a disc jockey at the Manila Broadcasting Company.

He was also legislative assistant at the Philippine House of Representatives before moving to
Australia in 1996. Hard working, he juggled many jobs while pursuing his Bachelors Degree from the
Univeristy of Ballarat, Victoria. He took up training and became a producer/presenter at two of
Australia's public radio stations and special broadcasting service of Melbourne.

An active student during his university days, Martin also founded the University of Ballarat Radio
Society and encouraged student radio enthusiasts to pursue broadcasting. The initiative eventually
allowed students to go on air with the establishment of the Student Radio Program. He finished his
Bachelor of Arts Degree with majors in Film and Media Studies, and Social and Political Studies with
distinction in 1998.

Martin returned to the Philippines in 1999 and began working for GMA as a newscaster/reporter for
TV and as a reporter for DZBB while maintaining a reporting job at the Philippine Post. This proved
his versatility and prowess in working with the tri-media.

It was in the year 2000 that Martin decided to work full-time for GMA 7. From 5-8 in the morning on
weekdays he anchored the main newscast for GMA's morning show "Unang Hirit" and also working
as crime investigative reporter on weeknights.

Currently, he also anchors the Saturday GMA hourly newslive from 10:00 in the morning to 4:00 in
the afternoon.

Martin has included a number of sensational stories in his portfolio of achievements. These include
the NPA release of police hostage Bernal in 1999, the Cherry hills tragedy in 1999, EDSA Tres,
Elections 2001 and the recent Gonzales massacre in Sydney, Australia in July 2001. He has also
interviewed numerous local and foreign personalities. Among which is his "most memorable
interview" with Nobel Peace Prize awardee Jose Ramos Horta of East Timor.

Despite a very tight and hectic schedule Martin still has enough time and energy to manage
Genspeed (www.genspeed.com), his booming automobile setup shop which has started to make
waves in auto shows. Having made his home in Las Pinas City and his place in the Philippine
Broadcast Industry, Martin has certainly given wife Allie and daughter Alexa a lot to be proud of.

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Pinoy Nostalgia A tribute for Martin Andanar of News 5.

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Kapuso stars in GMA's cinematic version of the national anthem

August 22, 2010 at 8:10am

GMA Network marks another historic landmark as it debuts a cinematic version of the
Philippine national anthem 'Lupang Hinirang' featuring the brightest Kapuso stars. The
theatrical version retells Philippine history through a succession of carefully-crafted and
awe-inspiring reenactments of historical events, from Lapu-Lapu's victory over Magellan's
troops in the Battle of Mactan in 1521, to the Filipino's peaceful revolt for democracy in the
1986 EDSA People Power Revolution.
Director Paul Ticzon, who is also AVP for Post Production Operations Division of GMA, said the
production team went through almost 10 months of meticulous research and preparation to shoot the
history vignettes.

"We went through this to be part of history," he said. "This two-and-a-half-minute version is
something that all Filipinos could be proud of. It strengthens one's nationalism when viewed."

Renowned film and television director Mark Reyes pitched the historical production concept to GMA.
"This will hopefully show and remind the youngergeneration what our heroes went through in history
for our freedom. Being part of the Network that has played a role in the scheme of history, I am
edified to push in an artistic way the Filipinos' passion for this country," Reyes said.

The video, which was conceived from the strengthened corporate partnership between GMA
Network and SM Cinemas, advances the narration of Philippine history from the standard versions
released before.

The project was done in close coordination with the National Historical Commission of the
Philippines, who recognized the Network's efforts to instill nationalism and patriotism among the
Filipino people.

"Our version has an educational component. It reminds Filipinos to relearn history in a very
cinematic way," said Associate Creative Director Dong Tan.

The roster of Kapuso stars who played Philippine historical icons include Aljur Abrenica, Marvin
Agustin, Victor Aliwalas, Alvin Aragon, Bea Binene, Iza Calzado, Bodie Cruz, Dingdong Dantes,
Gabby and Geoff Eigenmann, Mark Anthony Fernandez, Carlo Gonzalez, Carl Guevarra, Richard
Gutierrez, Dion Ignacio, Paolo Paraiso, Enzo Pineda, Rhian Ramos, Marian Rivera, Arthur Solinap,
Mike Tan, JC Tiuseco, Dennis Trillo, and TJ Trinidad.
Also included in the video are Ogie Alcasid, Heart Evangelista, Eddie Garcia, Jaya, Zoren Legaspi,
German "Kuya Germs" Moreno, Regine Velasquez, Carmina Villaroel, Jillian Ward, and more; plus
News and Public Affairs' pillars composed of Arnold Clavio, Mike Enriquez, Vicky Morales, Howie
Severino, Jessica Soho, and Mel Tiangco.

Shot wholly in high-definition (HD) digital video technology, the national anthem is slated to roll on
the big screens of SM across the country. It will also be part of GMA's sign-on and sign-off
messages marking the beginning and end of each day's broadcast. SM expressed excitement over
the launch of this new visual accompaniment to the century-old national anthem.

"Withour partnership with GMA, we will be able to show the anthem in a different way. Before we just
had audio, now we have a full production with GMA," said Assistant Vice President for SM Cinemas
Allan Florendo.

The GMA project team is composed of multi-awarded cinematographer Ding Achacoso (Director of
Photography), Paul Ticzon (Director), Vince Gealogo (Co-Director), Ingrid Navarro (Producer) and
cameramen Hanniel Aguilar, Javier Delgado and Paul Arrojado.

The whole campaign was conceptualized by the creative team of GMA's Program Support
Department, composed of Regie Bautista (Vice President), Dong Tan (Associate Creative Director),
Alex Almario (Copy Specialist), Dennis Tiu (Art Director), Hasmin Marable (Senior Project Manager),
and Minette Lopez (Project Manager).

Source: http://bit.ly/cAvLma

VIEW IT NOW!: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HMIitE6b99U (Jenine S.)

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TV Memories via twitter's #sentisabado

September 5, 2010 at 6:02pm


weng10282000 - saturday entertainment ni kuya germs.. that's membrs will do a major prod'n
number. mahigpit na kalaban wed and thur group!

marziemallow - MTV and Channel [V] back then before the birth of Myx

iamvayielicious - Glaiza Herradura, very first Little Miss Philippines ng Eat Bulaga.

TWEETniNem0 - balitang K, handa na ba kayo?

karlxiv - MTB(magandang tanghali bayan)-marami pang hosts noon. parang eat bulaga ngayon

renpadilla- Tabing Ilog days: John Lloyd Cruz,Kaye Abad,Jodi Sta.Maria,Patrick Garcia,Paola
Peralejo,Desiree del Valle, Baron Geisler! :D

karacanoy- Si Jason Ivler nasa TGIS pa na show!

keighzie- OKATOKAT used to scare the hell out of me.

theinapilapil- 'sang linggo nAPO sila -- ngayon @ASAPXV

czarinavilla- When I was a kid, Sunday mornings were spent watching Chinese movies.

ericdelosantos- madame rosa of teysi nang tahanan

paukay- dati may g-mik, gimik, tabing-ilog, tgis -- nakaka-miss ang mga youth-oriented shows

lursky7- Chibugan na! ch.9... at ang ever famous nilang sponsor... OROCAN ang Plastic na
Walastik!

shutang_inamelz- Oh No It's Johnny! At sidekick lang ni Johnny Litton noon si Maurice Arcache

janineaquino009 - 4:30 na! Ang TV na! Haha.

erwinthegreat - Pinoy Thriller vs Regal Shocker. = ABS-CBNs Palibhasa Lalake featuring (please
correct me as needed) Richard Gomez, Joey Marquez, and Miguel Rodriguez (RIP). = I just
remembered RPN9s Joey and Son featuring Joey de Leon and Ian Veneracion. = Angelique Lazo
vs Cristina Peczon. = Wowow cable channel panalo pag Sabado nights! = T.O.D.A.S: Frieda
Fonda. Spanky Rigor. Val Sotto. Richie DHorsey. Maribeth Bichara. Jimmy Santos. Tito, Vic, and
Joey.

cortiDottir - Claudia Buenavista vs Amor Powers in Pangako sa 'Yo

jepoyeng - Pulso ng Bayan w/ Frankie Evangelista on @TVPatrol


siopaomaster - Ober Da Bakod! Mokong at Bubuli!

patdizon - Game KNB? vs Who Wants To Be A Millionaire (BOYET DE LEON) vs Wheel of Fortune
(RUSTOM PADILLA) vs Family Feud (OGIE ALCASID) = Para sa paborito kong apo, si Karen.
= "Alas-singko y medya na! Paboritong palabas ko sa umaga. Halinat gumising na! Tayo na't
manood ng alas-singko y medya!" -Jolina = "You are the Weakest Link. Goodbye." - Edu Manzano

bellelalove - Excited every Sunday Night kasi Wansapanataym na after ng Sharon! = Inaabangan
ang Meteor Garden every afternoon dahil sa F4.

shegilmbeltran - when I auditioned for Ang TV in 1992....

itsmecamsie - princess sarah, heidi, cedi.. etc. FTW!

armanzz - Inaabangan ang Julio at Julia sa ch.2

stephanielandia - Gimik, TGIS, G-mik ;) = Dear Diary, Carlo sat beside me today he is so cute sabi
nya im pretty kaya lang im sad I eat too much kasi e, mula ngayon...

paobanaag - Pilipinas game knb? Ni @itsmekrisaquino

Miriam Quiambao - Punky Brewster, Casper, Perfect Strangers, Alf, Baywatch, McGyver = Pinoy
Meets World on GMA7

RobinBenitez - "I love you Sabado, pari na rin Linggo" Jollibee ad with Boy II Quizon = ang Mona
Lisa-inspired commercial ng Del Monte Spaghetti Sauce noong 1995 = yung hot girl sa Talk TV na di
ko tanda ang name na nagpapaganda ng araw ko nung straight pa ako = Brunch with Bing Loyzaga
and Michelle Van Eimeren (na pinalitan ng D-Day ni Dina Bonnevie)

pageman - Monday: Mekanda Robot Tuesday: Daimos Wednesday: Mazinger Z Thursday UFO
Grendaizer Friday: Voltes V = Saturday Fun Machine non-stop cartoons from 7am-12pm on RPN 9

extrasimaydee - Battle of the Brainless - Tropang Trumpo

Tony Velasquez - Million Dollar Movies (sa lumang Channel 5 ata ito)

mariannedomingo - RICO YAN

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September 10, 2010 at 8:11am Like

Sarimanok News Network (now ANC) 1997 Schedule

September 9, 2010 at 1:31am

SUNDAY

(all schedules start in the MORNING)

3:30 - 4:30 PAT-P (REPLAY)

4:30 - 5:00 WEEKEND NEWS

5:00 - 5:30 FIRST FIVE

5:30 - 6:00 MIB (WEDNESDAY)

6:00 - 6:30 BALITANG K (WEDNESDAY)


6:30 - 7:00 BEST OF BREAKFAST 2

7:00 - 7:30 BEST OF BUSINESS

7:30 - 8:30 ASSIGNMENT

8:30 - 9:30 F! / LOREN

9:30 - 10:30 DONG PUNO LIVE (REPLAY)

10:30 - 11:00 MIB (THURSDAY)

11:00 - 11:30 BALITANG-K (THURSDAY)

11:30 - 1:00 MGB

1:00 - 1:30 SNN ON-LINE (THURSDAY)

1:30 - 2:00 MIB (FRIDAY)

2:00 - 2:30 BALITANG-K (FRIDAY)

2:30 - 3:00 HIRAYAMANAWARI

3:00 - 3:30 BAYANI

3:30 - 4:00 NEWS CLOCK

4:00 - 4:30 SPORTS UNLIMITED

4:30 - 5:30 CORRESPONDENTS

5:30 - 6:30 THE ESTRADA PRESIDENCY

6:30 - 7:30 FORUM: CHARTER CHANGE DEBATES

7:30 - 8:30 JULLIE (REPLAY)

8:30 - 9:30 COUNTDOWN 2000

9:30 - 10:00 KNOWLEDGE POWER

10:00 - 10:30 WEEKEND NEWS


10:30 - 11:30 MARGIE ON MINDANAO

11:30 - 12:30 PRIMETIME TINA PALMA (REPLAY)

12:30 - 1:30 COUNTDOWN 2000

1:30 - 2:00 WEEKEND NEWS (REPLAY)

2:00 - 2:30 KNOWLEDGE POWER (REPLAY)

2:30 - 3:30 THE ESTRADA PRESIDENCY (REPLAY)

WEEKDAYS

3:30 - 4:30 DZMM LIVE

4:30 - 6:30 SNN EARLY EDITION

6:30 - 8:30 SNN BREAKFAST

8:30 - 12:00 SNN BUSINESS CENTER

12:00 - 1:00 SNN MIDDAY REPORT

1:00 - 2:30 SNN REGIONAL NEWSCENTERS

2:30 - 3:30 SNN MIDDAY REPORT (REPLAY)

3:30 - 6:30 SNN DATELINE NEWS

6:30 - 7:00 SNN ON-LINE

7:00 - 8:00 SNN: THE EVENING CAST

8:00 - 8:30 DATELINE BUSINESS

8:30 - 9:00 NEWS CLOCK/SNN-PCCI BOARDROOM/SNN PRIMETIME WITH TINA MONZON-


PALMA/POINTS OF VIEW/PAT-P

9:00 - 9:30 FIRST FIVE

9:30 - 10:00 DATELINE PHILIPPINES


10:00 - 10:30 SNN ON-LINE (REPLAY)

10:30 - 11:30 SNN: THE EVENING CAST (REPLAY)

11:30 - 12:00 DATELINE BUSINESS (REPLAY)

12:00 - 12:30 DATELINE PHILIPPINES (REPLAY)

12:30 - 1:00 STUDIO 23 NEWSCENTRAL (REPLAY)

1:00 - 1:30 PULSO: AKSYON BALITA

1:30 - 2:00 SNN ONLINE (REPLAY)

2:00 - 3:30 SNN REGIONAL NEWSCENTERS (REPLAY)

SATURDAY

3:30 - 4:30 PRIMETIME TINA PALMA

4:30 - 5:30 EVENING CAST FRIDAY

5:30 - 6:00 ONLINE WEDNESDAY

6:00 - 6:30 NEWS CLOCK (REPLAY)

6:30 - 7:30 COUNTDOWN 2000 (REPLAY)

7:30 - 8:30 FORUM: CHACHA DEBATES

8:30 - 10:00 JEEP NI ERAP (EXTENDED)

10:00 - 11:00 CORRESPONDENTS

11:00 - 11:30 ON-LINE FRIDAY

11:30 - 12:30 THE MIDDAY REPORT

12:30 - 1:30 SNN-PCCI BOARDROOM

1:30 - 2:00 MIB (TUESDAY)


2:00 - 2:30 BALITANG-K (TUESDAY)

2:30 - 3:30 MIDDAY REPORT (REPLAY)

3:30 - 4:30 BEST OF USAPANG BUSINESS (REPLAYS)

4:30 - 5:30 ASSIGNMENT (REPLAY)

5:30 - 7:00 JEEP NI ERAP (REPLAY)

7:00 - 8:00 DONG PUNO LIVE

8:00 - 9:00 PAT-P (REPLAY)

9:00 - 10:00 PRIMETIME TINA PALMA (REPLAY)

10:00 - 11:30 KNOCK-OUT LIVE

11:30 - 12:00 WEEKEND NEWS

12:00 - 1:30 MAGANDANG GABI, BAYAN (REPLAY)

1:30 - 2:00 WEEKEND NEWS (REPLAY)

2:00 - 3:30 JEEP NI ERAP (REPLAY)

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Studio 23 History

September 23, 2010 at 6:45pm

During the mid 1990's, ABS-CBN's head honchos had a planning session in San Francisco,
California. Ideas were springing up and one of these was to put up a channel that will cater to the
upscale market. Freddie Garcia, then ABS-CBN's COO and President, was the prime mover behind
the creation of an English language UHF station. STUDIO 23 was conceptualized in order to service
a market that ABS-CBN was no longer servicing.
In 1995, STUDIO 23 came into fruition as a team of pioneers was formed to lead such an
endeavor. The team was composed of Leo Katigbak for Programming, Jojo Estacio for Programming
and Acquisitions, Kai Rodriguez for Finance and Administrative, and Edson Aguiflor & Allan Coronel
for Creative On-Air. Later during the year, they were joined by Meckoy Quiogue as Managing
Director, Rica Alfonso for Marketing, and Edge Pamute for Special Events.

In preparation for the big launch, STUDIO 23 explored tie-ups with foreign companies but
remained a wholly owned subsidiary of ABS-CBN. During the same year, STUDIO 23 closed deals
with suppliers and distributors in MIP ASIA. They were able to acquire the shows OPRAH, INSIDE
EDITION, and WHEEL OF FORTUNE in the said premier Asian broadcasting exhibition event. In
May 1996, STUDIO 23 again closed deals with suppliers and distributors in exhibitions held at Los
Angeles, California. These deals closed at the L.A. Screenings were for new products i7ntended for
the October launch of the station.

In MID-1996, STUDIO 23 had its first test broadcast and after some fine-tuning and a lot of
preparations, STUDIO 23 officially went on-air on Saturday, October 12, 1996. MTV was aired during
the day, followed by programming that started early evening. On the same day, STUDIO 23 aired its
first movie the BODYGUARD that starred Whitney Houston and Kevin Costner on STUDIO 23
PRESENTS.

Two days after the big launch, STUDIO 23 aired its first newscast. NEWS 23 went on-air on
October 14, 1996. The NEWS 23 crew was composed of Nona Cueva as Producer; Nancy Irlanda,
Lori Bautista, and Joseph Barrios as Anchors; Itos Valdes, Jenny Alejandro, Daphne Osea, and
Cathy Salceda as Reporters. NEWS 23 was subsequently reformatted. Frank Evangelista and Nancy
Irlanda became the anchors of the newscast.

On September 21, 1998, NEWS 23 evolved into NEWS CENTRAL. Mari Kaimo and Tina
Arcega were the anchors of the newscast. Due to increasing demand, NEWS CENTRAL was
reformatted as a primetime newscast with Mari Kaimo, Cher Calvin, and Ria Tanjuatco Trillo as
anchors. NEWS CENTRAL was again subsequently reformatted and brought back to its original late-
evening timeslot. Mari Kaimo and Cher Calvin remained to be the anchors of the newscast. In the
following years, NEWS CENTRAL's anchors Tina Arcega and Cher Calvin have graduated to FOX
News in San Diego and Las Vegas respectively. GUIDE TO URBAN LIVING, the first local show
produced by STUDIO23 and POINTS of VIEW, the first local co-production were also launched
during the same year.

STUDIO 23 has its own share of Christmas Specials. In 1999, STUDIO 23 had its first ever
Christmas Special entitled A STUDIO 23 CHRISTMAS. The production was filmed in the ABS-CBN
compound. Ryan Cayabyab was invited to do the scores of the production and became its musical
director. In 2000, STUDIO 23 had their second installment of the Christmas Specials aptly entitled
ANOTHER STUDIO 23 CHRISTMAS. The production was filmed in the very posh Rockwell. Ryan
Cayabyab was again invited to be the production's musical director. In 2001, STUDIO 23 had its third
Christmas Special, IT's STILL A STUDIO 23 CHRISTMAS. All three productions were directed by
Johnny Manahan.

STUDIO 23 also has its own sports milestones. In July 2000, the 63rd Season of the UAAP
premiered on STUDIO 23. Streamers were put up around town, and a street party at the Ayala
Center featured band performances from famous alumni of the participating schools. In June 2002,
the National Collegiate Athletic Association or NCAA's 78th Season aired on STUDIO 23. In
November 2003, STUDIO 23 had another sports milestone as it premiered the PBL.

Over the last 10 years, Studio 23 has grown in scope and programming. The network
broadened its profile from upscale to the more demographically desirable youth market with urban
skew. The network has 16-35 age demo as its core market and it is known for its top notch
programming, hip image, innovative promotions and trend-setting on-ground activities,
complemented by the KABARKADA campaign launch in 2004, which was re-enforced further in 2007
to target the more elusive and difficult to capture young adult progressives or YAPSTERS.

STUDIO 23 has become the home of global mega-hits such as OPRAH, DAWSONS CREEK,
CHARMED, SMALLVILLE, BUFFY, X-FILES, SURVIVOR, CSI, ALIAS, AMAZING RACE, 7TH
HEAVEN, WILL & GRACE, THE NANNY, and more recently, DESPERATE HOUSEWIVES,
JUSTICE LEAGUE UNLIMITED, LOST, UGLY BETTY, GREYS ANATOMY, BROTHERS AND
SISTERS and SUPERNATURAL.

The EMMY AWARDS, TEEN CHOICE AWARDS, AMERICAN MUSIC AWARDS, THE
GOLDEN GLOBES, and the GRAMMYS have also joined its line-up of power-house events.
A vey diverse slate of local shows have made their mark on STUDIO 23. Notables include
WAZZUP WAZZUP, US GIRLS, PINOY BIG BROTHER, PINOY DREAM ACADEMY, DIGITAL
TOUR, Y SPEAK, NGINIIIG PARANORMAL INVESTIGATIONS, ITS A GUY THING, GAG ITO and
BARKADA LOG (BLOG). More recently, BREAK THE BANK marked a first as the network's first local
game show while long running NEWS CENTRAL scored points with its makeover designed to appeal
to a younger demographic.

From stand-alone events like SURVIVORS IN MANILA [Ethan Zohn, Jenna Morasca and Shii-
Ann Huang] to mega-events like BAYBREAK, SUNLOUNGE, BEACH HOUSE and BARKADA GIMIK
[which has itself spun out into regional, Asian and US versions], STUDIO 23 remains unmatched in
mounting these types of events which have become bigger and better every year.

Innovation has defined STUDIO 23 through the years, from the launch of its animated mascot
Potato, to the reinvention of the VJs and other promotional opportunities, to the introduction of the
coolest characters on TV, the gang of BARKADA TRIP, the first regularly produced animated
interstitials on television. And the Gang's got the full compliment of support that includes webpages,
interactive downloads and licensed merchandise.

STUDIO 23 has also won numerous awards and accolades from various media, and non-
media groups, both local and international. Most recently, STUDIO 23 won the silver award in the
print category at Promax 2006.

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Anjho Ezekiel Reyes HISTORY NG CITYNET 27 PAKI POST

September 23, 2010 at 7:40pm Like


Pinoy Nostalgia Later po......

September 23, 2010 at 7:42pm Like

Pinoy Nostalgia Subukan natin yung sa Wikipedia

September 23, 2010 at 7:44pm Like

Pinoy Nostalgia At ang mas luma pa dyan: News Central Cebu.

September 23, 2010 at 10:04pm Like

Pinoy Nostalgia 2000s yata with Leo Lastimosa.

September 24, 2010 at 5:40pm Like

Pinoy Nostalgia @CCTN CEBU: Marlon Belita, sino yun?

October 1, 2010 at 11:59pm Like

Janine Jamia Fujiwara ^ @ ADMIN, Isa siyang radio reporter at host ng RATED R (PANG GUDTYM SA MGA
CEBUANO) ng DYAB.......AND HE'S COLUMNIST NG ISANG SIKAT NA DAILY CEBUANO NEWSPAPER DITO
SA CEBU NGAYON....

November 2, 2010 at 4:31am Like

TV memories ng isang councilor!

September 30, 2010 at 7:08pm

Councilor Al Ryan Alejandre of Davao City (who was former host of a local show in the same city,
"Maayong Buntag Mindanao") shared with Admin Jenine his TV memories before, in a list:

-Mula Sa Puso

-Saan Ka Man Naroroon


-Pangako Sa Yo

-Kay Tagal Kang Hinintay

-Recuerdo De Amor

-Esperanza

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Pinoy Nostalgia [admin Jenine] Sinabi niya sa akin kagabi.

September 30, 2010 at 7:08pm Like


Pinoy Nostalgia ...thanks Jenine for this... sana maraming tao ang maibibgay ng maraming memories dito...
Jenine is the president kasi ng PNTV Mindanao Chapter...

September 30, 2010 at 9:54pm Like


Pinoy Nostalgia Thank you ha! -Admin Jenine

October 1, 2010 at 7:02am Like

Student Canteen's Chiqui and Eat Bulaga's Coney's LIPATAN story

October 1, 2010 at 12:13am

ISINILANG ANG STUDENT CANTEEN NOONG 1975 SA CHANNEL 7 WITH EDDIE, CONEY,
BOBBY, PEPE AT GUEST CO HOST SI HELEN VELA UNTIL SHE BECAME A REGULAR.

ISINILANG ANG EAT BULAGA NINA TITO, VIC AND JOEY, RICHIE D' HORSIE AND CHIQUI
HOLLMAN AS A CO HOST NUNG 1979 SA CHANNEL 9, NAGING GUEST CO HOST SI
DEBRALIZ NOONG UNANG WEEKS NANG PROGRAMA HANGGANG SIYA NA ANG REGULAR
NG SHOW

UMALIS SI CHIQUI PATI SI DEBRALIZ SA EAT BULAGA NUNG 1981

UMALIS SA STUDENT CANTEEN SI CONEY AND HELEN NUNG 1982, SI HELEN MAY
LOVINGLY YOURS HELEN NA

PUMASOK SI CHIQUI HOLLMAN SA STUDENT CANTEEN NUNG 1982

PUMASOK SI CONEY REYES SA EAT BULAGA NUNG 1982 NOONG NAISILANG DIN ANG
DOMESTIC SATTELITE NG RPN-9

SUMIKAT LALO ANG EAT BULAGA SA MGA UNANG TAON SA CHANNEL 9

NALAOS ANG STUDENT CANTEEN NA KAHIT ANONG REFORMAT ..HINDI NA NAKAAHON


UNTIL 1986 DAHIL SA EDSA REVOLUTION

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Wilbert Casiple Rola GMA-7 po ang Student Canteen hindi po sa RPN-9.

October 1, 2010 at 8:26am Like


Wilbert Casiple Rola RPN-9 po ang unang Philippine TV network ng gumamit ng domestic sattelite noong 1982.
Sumunod po ang ABS-CBN noong 1988.

October 1, 2010 at 8:29am Like 1

Wilbert Casiple Rola Ah okay.

October 1, 2010 at 10:13am Like

Pinoy Nostalgia @Wilbert: Hindi lang yan, parang sumunod yata ang GMA Rainbow Satelite noong 1992.

October 1, 2010 at 2:57pm Like

Ang Kinalaman ng Sign-off (Kung biglang mawawala ang programming), sabi ni Francis
Magbanua

October 7, 2010 at 6:40pm

(Admin Jenine:) Ang reporter na si Francis Magbanua ay may inihayag sa admin ng PNTV tungkol
sa "sign-of".

Para sa pagbasa ng mga Pilipino, ang pahayag niya ay isinalin sa pambansang wika ng naturang
admin.

"Syempre, ika'y magalit

kung biglang maiwan sa iyo

ang iyong ka-usap,

di ba?

So, kinakailangang i-kundisyon ang mga viewers

na wakas na ng programming bago tuluyang ma-shutdown ang system."


Orihinal na titik:

"Syempre, masuko ka man gani

kung kalit ka lang biyaan

sa imo ka istorya

di ba?

So, kinahanglang i-condition ang viewers

na human na ang programing before totally shutting down the system."

(Admin Jenine notes, "May ganito na maglalabas yung test card in the middle of a programdahil may
problema sa technicality o sa pag-ere ng programa o biglang nag-shutdown yungsystem o sa pag-
rerewind. Often times, may tugtog pa yun. This was the case of TV5 in2008-2009. Sa NBN naman,
sa hapon, may color bars na ma-i-i-broadcast, baka dahil walang programa sa oras na iyun. I-
check mo lang.")
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Pinoy Nostalgia Tama, kailangan natin upload ng lumang sign-off ng ABS-CBN at GMA, para mas research
natin.

October 7, 2010 at 8:05pm Like


Pinoy Nostalgia Bilang researcher sa national anthem at sign off, si Admin Jenine ay nakapag-download ng
national anthem videos at sign off sequences mula sa Pilipinas sa pamamagitan ng Youtube! (Di lang lahat, hay
nako) So, ako'y makakapaghayag ng higit pa... sa laman ng note na ito! Na mula sa isang Dabawenyo.

October 7, 2010 at 9:24pm Like



Pinoy Nostalgia (Mga admins, kung gusto niyo ng mga copy ng sign off sequences, national anthem videos at
testcard videos, paki message sa akin (maliban lang kina Admins Pepman at Hero Argo) -Admin Jenine

October 7, 2010 at 9:39pm Like

Pinoy Nostalgia i checked Youtube, wala akong masyadong makitang lumang sign-off ng ABS, maging ng
GMA, so kayo na lang bahalang mag-research...

***Admin HeroArgo

October 7, 2010 at 9:49pm Like

Adrian Paul Balaoing Conoza Tama ang mga notes niyo po...pero gus2 q rin namang maging 24 hours ang tv

October 16, 2010 at 1:14am Like

RPN-9 Old Program Schedules

October 7, 2010 at 11:40pm

(March 2000)

Monday - Friday

4:00 6:00 Wake Up Call

6:00 6:30 Enjoing Everyday Life w/ Joyce Meyer

6:30 7:00 This is Your Day

7:00 7:30 Don Clower

7:30 8:00 Legal Forum

8:00 8:30 NewsLight

8:30 9:00 Global Window


9:00 10:00 Value Vision

10:00 10:30 Junior NewsWatch

10:30 11:00 Captain Planet Year 6 (Monday)

10:30 11:00 Ranma (Tuesday)

10:30 11:00 Dragon Ball Z (Wednesday)

10:30 11:00 The Popeye Show (Thursday)

10:30 11:00 Street Fighter (Friday)

11:00 11:30 Maria Isabel

11:30 12:00 Piel

12:00 12:30 Arangkada Balita

12:30 4:30 Cinehaus 9 Daily-Double Afternoon Movies

4:30 5:00 Beakmans World (Monday to Thursday)

4:30 5:00 Afternoon Comic Medley

5:00 5:30 NewsWatch Balita Ngayon

5:30 6:00 Preciosa

6:00 6:30 La Usurpadora

6:30 7:00 La Jaula de Oro

7:00 7:30 America's Funniest Videos (Monday)

7:00 7:30 Martial Law (Tuesday)

7:00 7:30 Over the Top (Wednesday)

7:00 7:30 Hudson Street (Thursday)

7:00 7:30 Femme Fatales (Friday)


7:30 8:00 Ned and Stacey (Monday)

7:30 8:00 The Simpsons (Tuesday)

7:30 8:00 Sparks, Sparks (Wednesday) 7:30 8:00 Partners (Thursday)

7:30 8:00 Just Kidding (Friday)

8:00 9:00 C: 16 (Monday)

8:00 9:00 Ally McBeal (Tuesday)

8:00 9:00 Pensacola (Wednesday)

8:00 9:00 Buffy, The Vampire Slayer (Thursday)

8:00 8:30 Two Guys, A Girl and A Pizza Place (Friday)

8:30 9:00 Dharma and Greg (Friday)

9:00 10:00 The X-Files (Monday)

9:00 10:00 Chicage Hope (Tuesday)

9:00 10:00 Sa Bayan (Wednesday)

9:00 10:00 Felicity (Thursday)

9:00 11:00 TGOF: TV Greats on Friday (Friday)

10:00 11:00 Mototown (Monday)

10:00 11:00 Toksho with Mr. Shooli (Tuesday)

10:00 11:00 Wednesday Specials (Wednesday)

10:00 11:00 NYPD Blue (Thursday)

11:00 11:30 NewsWatch Prime Cast

11:30 12:30 Talk of the Town (Monday)

11:30 12:00 Ngayon Na, Pinoy (Tuesday)


11:30 12:00 Make Me Day (Wednesday)

11:30 12:30 The Police Hour (Thursday)

11:30 12:00 Adventure Zone (Friday)

12:00 12:30 The Estrada Presidency (Tuesday)

12:00 12:30 Family Rsary Crusade (Wednesday)

12:00 12:30 Kasangga Mo ang Langit (Friday)

12:30 Sign Off

Saturday

6:00 7:00 Friends Again

7:00 7:30 Asin at Ilaw

7:30 8:30 Sharing in the City

8:30 9:00 Hey Arnold!

9:00 9:30 Gadget Boy

9:30 10:00 Spongebob Squarepants

10:00 10:30 Barney and Friends

10:30 11:30 Penpen De Sarapen

11:30 12:00 Better Home Ideas

12:00 1:30 Battle of the Brains

1:30 2:00 Yan ang Bata

2:00 3:00 Amazing Grace

3:00 4:00 Tropang Pinoy


4:00 5:00 Magandang Hapon

5:00 6:00 Isumbong Mo Kay Tulfo!

6:00 7:00 Short TV Thrillers

7:00 8:00 The Visitor

8:00 9:00 The Practice

9:00 11:00 Saturday Night Playhouse

11:00 11:30 Business Class

11:30 12:00 Amor of God

12:00 12:30 Power and Mercy

12:30 Sign Off

Sunday

6:00 7:00 Shalom

7:00 8:00 Sunday Mass

8:00 8:30 Exalted Words

8:30 9:00 Rugrats

9:00 11:00 Chinese Movie

11:00 11:30 How Bout My Place

11:30 12:00 Beauty School Plus

12:00 1:30 Family Kuarta O Kahon

1:30 2:00 The Making Of

2:00 3:30 Ipaglaban Mo!


3:30 4:30 Kabalikat sa Bahay at Buhay

4:30 5:00 Google V

5:00 5:30 1st Lady ng Masa

5:30 6:00 Filipino Chronicles

6:00 6:30 Monkey Magic

6:30 7:00 M Planet

7:00 8:00 Its A Miracle

8:00 8:30 Kids Day the Darndest Things

8:30 9:00 Seinfeld

9:00 11:00 Sundays Big Event

11:00 11:30 Sunday Report

11:30 12:30 Tapatan with Jay Sonza

12:30 Sign Off

(Mid-2000)

Monday Friday

4:00 6:00 Wake Up Call

6:00 6:30 Enjoing Everyday Life w/ Joyce Meyer

6:30 7:00 This is Your Day

7:00 7:30 Don Clower

7:30 - 8:00 Legal Forum

8:00 8:30 Newslight


8:30 9:00 Power and Mercy

9:00 9:30 Global Window

9:30 10:30 Value Vision

10:30 11:00 Maria Isabel

11:00 11:30 Luz Clarita

11:30 12:00 Betty La Fea

12:00 12:45 Marimar

12:45 1:00 Ikaw at ang Batas

1:00 3:00 Cinehaus 9 Daily-Double Afternoon Movies

3:00 4:00 Hey Arnold!

4:00 4:30 The Wild Thornberrys

4:30 5:00 Spongebob Squarepants

5:00 5:05 Hatol ni Apostol

5:05 5:30 Beakmans World

5:30 6:00 Superfriends (Monday)

5:30 6:00 Tiny Toons (Tuesday)

5:30 6:00 Tazmania (Wednesday)

5:30 6:00 Tweety and Sylvester (Thursday)

5:30 6:00 The Flintstones (Friday)\

6:00 6:30 Arangkada Xtra Balita

6:30 7:00 Thaila in Quinceanera

7:00 7:30 The Filipinos of Miss Saigon (Monday)


7:00 7:30 The Simpsons (Tuesday)

7:00 7:30 Stret Fighter (Wednesday)

7:00 7:30 King of the Hill (Thursday)

7:00 7:30 Superbook (Friday)

7:30 8:00 Americas Funniest Home Videos (Monday)

7:30 8:00 Femme Fatales (Tuesday)

7:30 8:00 Amazing People (Wednesday)

7:30 8:00 Holding the Baby (Thursday)

7:30 8:00 Just Kidding (Friday)

8:00 9:00 Pretender (Monday)

8:00 9:00 Ally McBeal (Tuesday)

8:00 9:00 Roswell (Wednesday)

8:00 9:00 Buffy, the Vampire Slayer (Thursday)

8:00 8:30 Two Guys, A Girls and a Pizza Place (Friday)

8:30 9:00 Dharma ang Greg (Friday)

9:00 10:00 The X-Files (Monday)

9:00 10:00 The Practice (Tuesday)

9:00 10:00 Its A Miracle (Wednesday)

9:00 10:00 Felicity (Thursday)

9:00 10:00 The Truth and Nothing But (Friday)

10:00 10:30 Primetime Balita

10:30 11:30 Honasan Reports (Monday)


10:30 11:30 Tapatan w/ Jay Sonza (Tuesday)

10:30 11:30 Wrestling (Wednesday)

10:30 11:30 Chicago Hope (Thursday)

10:30 12:30 TGOF: TV Greats on Friday (Friday)

11:30 12:30 Family Rosary Crusade (Monday)

11:30 12:30 Ngayon Na, Pinoy (Tuesday)

11:30 12:30 Kasangga Mo ang Langit (Wednesday)

11:30 12:30 The Police Hour (Thursday)

12:30 Sign Off

Saturday

6:00 7:00 Friends Again

7:00 7:30 Asin at Ilaw

7:30 8:30 Sharing in the City

8:30 9:00 Woody Woodpecker

9:00 9:30 Rugrats

9:30 10:00 For Kids Only

10:00 10:30 Barney and Friends

10:30 11:30 Penpen de Sarapen

11:30 12:00 Better Home Ideas

12:00 1:00 Battle of the Brains

1:00 1:30 Kids TV


1:30 2:00 Yan ang Bata

2:00 2:30 Planet Speed

2:30 3:00 The Ren & Stimpy Show

3:00 3:30 Biyaheng Langit

3:30 4:00 Uncle Bob Children Show

4:00 5:00 Tropang Pinoy

5:00 6:00 Isumbong Mo Kay Tulfo!

6:00 7:00 Sa Bayan

7:00 8:00 Conan

8:00 9:00 Martial Law Year 2

9:00 11:00 Saturday Night Playhouse

11:00 11:30 Business Class

11:30 1:30 Late Night Movie

1:30 Sign Off

Sunday

6:00 7:00 Shalom

7:00 8:00 Sunday Mass

8:00 8:30 Exalted Words

8:30 10:30 Chinese Movie

10:30 11:00 Komira con Amor

11:00 11:30 How Bout My Place


11:30 12:00 Beauty School Plus

12:00 1:30 Kuarta O Kahon

1:30 2:00 Rocket Power

2:00 3:00 Kakampi

3:00 3:30 Doug

3:30 4:00 The Flying House

4:00 4:30 In his Steps

4:30 5:00 Comic Medley

5:00 5:30 First Lady ng Masa

5:30 6:00 Hollywood Squares

6:00 6:30 Monkey Magic

6:30 7:00 M Planet

7:00 8:00 Ripleys Believe It or Not!

8:00 8:30 Kids Say the Darndest Things

8:30 9:00 Stark Raving Mad

9:00 11:00 Sundays Big Event

11:00 11:30 Sunday Report

11:30 12:00 The Estrada Presidency

12:00 12:30 Amor of God

12:30 Sign Off

(April 2006)
Monday - Friday

5:00 - 8:00 Magandang Morning Philippines!

8:00 - 9:00 Sharing in the City (Monday)

8:00 - 8:30 Power and Mercy (Tuesday and Thursday)

8:00 - 9:00 Friends Again (Wednesday)

8:00 - 9:00 Dee's Day (Friday)

8:30 - 9:00 Balikatan (Tuesday)

8:30 - 9:00 Tagamend (Thursday)

9:00 - 9:30 Prime Shift: Saved the Last Dance for Me

9:30 - 10:00 This is Your Day

10:00 - 11:00 Home Shopping Network

11:00 - 11:30 Jr. News

11:30 - 12:00 Prime Shift: Mr. Fighting

12:00 - 1:00 For M (Monday)

12:00 - 1:00 Extrema Games 101 (Tuesday)

12:00 - 1:00 Better Home Ideas (Wednesday)

12:00 - 1:00 Dee's Day (Thursday)

12:00 - 1:00 Sabado Boys (Friday)

1:00 - 2:00 Insight Inside

2:00 - 2:05 Ikaw at ang Batas

2:05 - 2:30 Global Window

2:30 - 3:30 Winner TV Shopping


3:30 - 4:00 Krusada Kontra Kirmen

4:00 - 4:30 Nick on RPN: As Told By Ginger (Monday)

4:00 - 4:30 Nick on RPN: Invader ZIM (Tuesday)

4:00 - 4:30 Nick on RPN:The Wild Thornberrys (Wednesday)

4:00 - 4:30 Nick on RPN:The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron (Thursday)

4:00 - 4:30 Nick on RPN: Rocket Power (Friday)

4:30 - 5:00 Nick on RPN: Hey Arnold!

5:00 - 5:30 Nick on RPN: Spongebob Squarepants

5:30 - 6:00 NewsWatch Aksyon Balita

6:00 - 6:30 Showbiz Ka!

6:30 - 7:00 Prime Shift: Jake in Progress

7:00 - 7:30 Prime Shift: Girls Behavingc Badly (Monday)

7:00 - 8:00 Prime Shift: Project Runway (Tuesday)

7:00 - 8:00 Prime Shift: Iron Chef (Wendesday)

7:00 - 8:00 Prime Shift: The 4400 (Thursday)

7:00 - 8:00 Prime Shift: NCIS (Friday)

7:30 - 8:00 Prime Shift: Wanted Perfect Husband (Monday)

8:00 - 10:00 Prime Shift: Movie Monday (Monday)

8:00 - 9:00 Prime Shift: Australia's Next Top Model (Tuesday)

8:00 - 9:00 Prime Shift: 24 (Wednesday)

8:00 - 9:00 Prime Shift: Medium (Thursday)

8:00 - 9:00 Prime Shift: Repley's Believe It or Not (Friday)


9:00 - 9:30 Prime Shift Sex in the City (Tuesday)

9:00 - 10:00 Prime Shift: Extreme Make Over: Home Edition (Wednesday)

9:00 - 10:00 Prime Shift: Cold Case (Thursday)

9:00 - 10:00 Prime Shift: Without A Trace (Friday)

9:30 - 10:00 Prime Shift: Memories of Bali (Tuesday)

10:00 - 10:30 NewsWatch

10:30 - 11:30 Go Negosyo (Monday)

10:30 - 12:30 Tuesday Night Treat (Tuesday)

10:30 - 11:30 Cerge for Truth (Wednesday)

10:30 - 11:00 Kalusugan TV (Thursday)

10:30 - 12:30 TGOF: TV Greats on Friday (Friday)

11:00 - 11:30 Kasangga Mo ang Langit (Thursday)

11:30 - 12:30 Make-Over (Monday)

11:30 - 12:30 Kerygma TV (Wednesday)

11:30 - 12:30 The Police Hour (Thursday)

12:00 - 12:30 Signs and Wonders (Wednesday)

12:30 Sign Off

Saturday

5:00 - 5:30 Superbrands

5:30 - 6:00 Mag-Negosyo Tayo!

6:00 - 7:00 Sharing in the City


7:00 - 7:30 Asin at Ilaw

7:30 - 8:30 Kapihan ng Bayan

8:30 - 9:00 Kids Shift: Kids To Go

9:30 - 10:00 Kids Shift: Kids TV

10:00 - 10:30 Kids Shift: Ranma 1/2

10:30 - 11:00 Kids Shift: Gundam Wing

11:00 - 11:30 Kids Shift: Yu-Gi-Oh!

11:30 - 12:00 Kids Shift: Ben 10

12:00 - 12:30 Kids Shift: Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends

12:30 - 1:00 Kids Shift: Mucha Lucha!

1:00 - 2:00 Sports Shift: In This Corner

2:00 - 2:30 Buhay Pinoy

2:30 - 3:00 Gandang Ricky Reyes

3:00 - 3:30 WOW!: What's on Weekend

3:30 - 4:00 Krusada Kontra Krimen

4:00 - 4:30 Biyaheng Langit

4:30 - 5:00 Relal Lives, Real People

5:00 - 5:30 Sports Shift: Smaching Action

5:30 - 6:30 Isumbong Mo Kay Tulfo!

6:30 - 7:30 Prime Shift: Just for Laughs

7:30 - 8:30 Prime Shift: WWE Raw

8:30 - 9:00 Prime Shift: Entertainment Tonight


9:00 - 9:30 Prime Shift: The Insider

9:30 - 11:30 Saturday Night Playhouse

11:30 - 12:30 The Chaplet of the Divine Mercy

12:30 Sign Off

Sunday

5:00 - 6:00 Oras ng Himala

6:00 - 7:00 Shalom

7:00 - 8:00 Sunday Mass

8:00 - 8:30 Kids Shift: Tom and Jerry Kids

8:30 - 9:00 Kids Shift: X-Men Evolution

9:00 - 9:30 Kids Shift: Popeye and Son

9:30 - 10:00 Kids Shift: Samurai Jack

10:00 - 10:30 Kids Shift: Shaggy & Scooby Doo Get a Clue!

10:30 - 11:00 Kids Shift: The Life and Times of Juniper Lee

11:00 - 11:30 Kids Shift: Xiolin Showdown

11:30 - 12:30 On D'Spot

12:30 - 1:30 Spots Shift: VIVA Boxing

1:30 - 2:30 Sports Shift: The Basketball Show

2:30 - 3:00 Sports Shift: Golf Power Plus

3:00 - 3:30 Sports Shift: Pinoy Sports Idol

3:30 - 4:30 Sports Shift: Fistorama


4:30 - 5:30 Sports Shift: World Poker Tour

5:30 - 6:30 Jellyn's Kids Music Videos

6:30 - 7:30 Prime Shift: WWE Experience

7:30 - 8:30 Prime Shift: WWE SmackDown!

8:30 - 9:00 Kapatid

9:00 - 11:00 Sunday's Big Event

11:00 - 11:30 The Working President

11:30 - 1:30 Life's Turning Point

1:30 Sign Off

(January 2007)

Monday Friday

7:30 8:00 NewsWatch Aksyon Balita (Replay)

8:00 9:00 Sharing in the City (Replay) (Monday)

8:00 8:30 Power and Mercy (Tuesday and Thursday)

8:00 9:00 Friends Again (Wednesday)

8:00 9:00 Dees Day (Replay) (Friday)

8:30 9:00 Balikatan (Tuesday)

8:30 9:00 Tagamend (Thursday)

9:00 9:30 Value Vision

9:30 10:00 This is Your Day

10:00 11:00 Home Shopping Network


11:00 12:00 Global Window (Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday)

11:00 12:00 Real Lives, Real People (Wednesday)

12:00 1:00 For M (Monday)

12:00 1:00 Make-Over (Tuesday)

12:00 1:00 Better Home Ideas (Wednesday)

12:00 1:00 Dees Day (Thursday)

12:00 1:00 Sabado Boys (Friday)

1:00 2:00 Insight Inside

2:00 2:30 Global Window

2:30 3:30 Winner TV Shopping

3:30 4:25 Call TV

4:25 4:30 Ikaw at ang Batas

4:30 5:30 Makabayang Duktor

5:30 6:00 NewsWatch Aksyon Balita (Live)

6:00 6:30 Showbiz Ka!

6:30 7:00 Prime Shift: Romance in the Rain

7:00 7:30 Prime Shift: Kol TV

7:30 8:00 Prime Shift: I-Music

8:00 10:00 Prime Shift: Last Full Show (Monday)

8:00 9:00 Prime Shift: Philippiness Next Top Model (Tuesday)

8:00 9:00 Prime Shift: (Wednesday)

8:00 9:00 Prime Shift: Monte Castro (Thursday)


8:00 9:00 Prime Shift: Hercles: The Legendary Journeys (Friday)

9:00 9:30 Prime Shift: One Night with An Angel (Tuesday)

9:00 10:00 Prime Shift: Single Girls (Wednesday)

9:00 10:00 Prime Shift: Extreme Games 101 (Thursday)

9:00 10:00 Prime Shift: RPN Forum (Friday)

9:30 10:00 Prime Shift: Sabi ni Nanay (Tuesday)

10:00 10:30 NewsWatch Now

10:30 11:30 Go Negosyo (Monday)

10:30 12:30 Tuesday Night Treat (Tuesday)

10:30 11:30 Cerge for Truth (Wednesday)

10:30 11:00 PMax (Thursday)

10:30 12:30 Thank God Its Friday (Friday)

11:00 11:30 Kasangga Mo ang Langit (Thursday)

11:30 12:30 Kapihan ng Bayan (Monday)

11:30 12:00 Kerygma TV (Wednesday)

11:30 12:30 The Police Hour (Thursday)

12:00 12:30 Signs and Wonders (Wednesday)

12:30 Sign Off

Saturday

4:00 4:30 Amor of God

4:30 5:00 Family Rosary Crusade


5:00 6:00 Oras ng Himala

6:00 7:00 Sharing in the City

7:00 7:30 Asin at Ilaw

7:30 8:00 Superbrands

8:00 8:30 Parenting 101

8:30 9:00 Kids Shift: Gundam Wing

9:00 9:30 Kids Shift: Twetty and Sylvester

9:30 10:00 Kids Shift: Codename: Kids Next Door

10:00 10:30 Kids Shift: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

10:30 11:00 Kids Shift: Bratz

11:00 11:30 Kids Shift: Popeye and Son

11:30 12:00 Kids Shift: Yu-Gi-Oh!

12:00 12:30 Kids Shift: Ben 10

12:30 1:00 Kids Shift: Fosters Home for Imaginary Friends

1:00 2:00 Sports Shift: Solar Boxing Show

2:00 2:30 Buhay Pinoy

2:30 3:00 WOW!: Whats on Weekend!

3:00 4:00 Go Negosyo (Replay)

4:00 4:30 Biyaheng Langit

4:30 5:00 Biz Show na 'To!

5:00 5:30 Kalusugan TV

5:30 6:30 Krusada Kontra Krimen


6:30 7:30 Prime Shift: Just for Laughs Gags

7:30 8:30 Prime Shift: WWE Raw

8:30 9:30 Prime Shift: Heroes

9:30 11:30 Saturday Night Playhouse

11:30 12:30 The Chaplet of the Divine Mercy

12:30 Sign Off

Sunday

4:00 5:00 Emmanuel TV

5:00 5:30 The Power to Unite

5:30 6:30 Shalom

6:30 7:30 Sunday Mass

7:30 8:00 Kids Shift: Teen Titans

8:00 8:30 Kids Shift: Xiolin Showdown

8:30 9:00 Kids Shift: Atomic Betty

9:00 9:30 Kids Shift: Krypto the Superdog

9:30 10:00 Kids Shift: Legion of Superheroes

10:00 10:30 Kids Shift: Hi Hi Puffy AmiYumi

10:30 11:00 Kids Shift: The Lifes and Times of Juniper Lee

11:00 11:30 Kids Shift: X-Men Evolution

11:30 12:00 Kids Shift: Mucha Lucha!

12:00 12:30 Kids Shift: Shaggy & Scooby Doo Get a Clue!
12:30 1:00 Kids Shift: Samurai Jack

1:00 2:00 Sports Shift: VIVA Boxing

2:00 2:30 Sports Shift: The Basketball Show

2:30 3:00 Prime Shift: Pound for Pound

3:00 3:30 Sports Shift: Golf Power Plus

3:30 4:30 Sports Shift: Fistorama

4:30 5:30 Sports Shift: World Poker Tour

5:30 6:30 Jellyns Kids Music Videos

6:30 7:30 Prime Shift: Xena: Warrior Princess

7:30 8:30 Prime Shift: WWE SmackDown!

8:30 9:30 Prime Shift: Ultimate Fighter Championship

9:30 11:30 Sundays Big Event

11:30 12:00 The Working President

12:00 2:00 Lifes Turning Point

2:00 Sign Off

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The Annual Kapamilya Flag Raising Day! by Admin-02/Jenine


October 9, 2010 at 8:24am

Every year, the Philippines' ABS-CBN Stations commemorate Independence Day by airing an
Annual Kapamilya Flag Raising Day. It may have started in 2007 or 2008. In this program,
employees, including regional headquarters and offices outside the Philippines, sing the national
anthem (Lupang Hinirang) with a guest artist or a choir, while witnessing a simultaneous raising of
the national flag from different points of the world.

Some of the singers that performed the pambansang awit in the ceremony were Charice and Toni
Gonzaga.
Update: In 2011 and 2013, ABS-CBN released their national anthem video during the show, where
you can spot in the latest edition Jodi Santa Maria and Richard Yap.
While in 2012, the ABS-CBN Philharmonic Orchestra and the Hail Mary The Queen Children's Choir
did this.

All images courtesy of ABS-CBN News and YouTube.

Television and Radio Timeline in the World

October 16, 2010 at 3:28pm

1886 - Alexander Graham Bell demonstrates the telephone, ushering in the broadcasting age, and
the eventual dawning of television.
1897 - Guglielmo Marconi establishes the world's first radio station on the Isle of Wight in the United
Kingdom.

1906 - The first time a significantly powerful signal carrying voice and music takes place, when
Reginald Fessenden made a Christmas Eve broadcast to ships at sea from Massachusetts in United
States.

1909 - First documented radio transmission begins at KCBS in San Jose in the United States (now of
CBS of the United States).

1920 - Broadcasting begins in Europe as the BBC of the United Kingdom becomes the world's first
broadcaster.

1923 - RadioCeylon (now Sri Lanka Broadcasting Corporation) becomes the first radio station, and
the oldest broadcaster, in Asia.

1925 - John Logie Baird invents television.

1928 - Broadcasting in the Philippines begins, as the Manila Broadcasting Corporation is the first
broadcaster in the Philippines, via its legendary radio station--the first Philippine radio
station, DZRH--with the Elizalde family buying it from its American owners later on.

January 13: The United States becomes the world's first nation to introduce TV. WRGB, the first TV
station of CBS, becomes the world's first television station.

ABS-CBN and Phil.TV Timeline (1946-1972)

October 16, 2010 at 5:07pm


1946

June 13: American electronics engineer James Lindenberg (December 20, 1921 - April 28,
2009), pioneer of Philippine TV, establishes the Bolinao Electronics Corporation (BEC), naming
after the town of Bolinao in the northern Philippine province of Pangasinan--the hometown of
Lindenberg's wife. Establishing itself as a radio manufacturing company, BEC involves in selling
radio sets and local assembly of radio transmission equipment and manufacture of RCA equipment
(transmitters, radio spare parts) for export abroad. BEC is the first media firm in the Philippines
incorporated after the World War II.

1948

1st Quarter: Government policies on import controls of foreign radio equipment cause BEC
to divert its resources into radio broadcasting.

March 1: BEC sets up the Bolinao Broadcasting System (BBS) in San Juan in Rizal (now in
Metro Manila); That time, the giant Philippine network was Manila Broadcasting, with DZRH as the
top station.
November 23: BEC opens its first radio station DZBC, with a wire tied to two mango trees
atop a hill in Bolinao Warehouse, Little Baguio, San Juan as its first antenna.

December: With the transmission of 1,000 kilohertz, BEC-DZBC airs variety shows. BEC-
DZBC becomes the first station to broadcast dramas of the Procter and Gamble Company as it
introduces its first drama production of Procter and Gamble as the first commercial serialized radio
soap opera then, and becomes the closest competitor to MBC-DZRH. Lindenberg checks out the
houses with radios blaring the BEC-DZBC broadcasts to determine the size of the station's
audiences for advertisers' purposes--the crude measurement serving as precursor to the ratings.

1949

BEC-DZBC shows Tawag ng Tanghalan/Call of the Stage, Doctor Selga, Prinsipe


Amante/Prince Amante, Gulong ng Palad/Wheel of Fate(with the TV adaptation by BEC itself, now
ABS-CBN, in 2006), Aklat ng Pag-Ibig/Book of Love, Ilaw ng Tahanan/Light of the Home andCamay
Theater of the Air--some of them the first dramas of Proctor and Gamble--become the first radio
shows serving as vehicles for commercials.

Lindenberg becomes the first to apply a franchise to operate a TV station from Philippine
Congress.

1950

University of Santo Tomas engineering student Jose Nicholas begins first attempt of a TV
broadcast as an experiment.

June 14: The Philippine Congress gives Lindenberg the franchise for what will be BEC
Manila, the first TV station in the Philippines.

1950-1960

BEC airs

the drama Flor de Luna (with its TV adaptation in the late 1970's this time on KBS/RPN
starring Janice de Belen))

the variety show Mahiwagang Kahon/Magic Box (hosted by Jaime dela Rosa)

1952

The FEATI Institute of Technology conducts academic experiments with television.


BEC becomes the first Philippine media station to establish a provincial radio station, as it
launches 3 provincial radio stations--one in Davao, one in Dagupan (DZRI Radio Ilocos) and one in
Naga.

Judge Antonio Quirino, President Elpidio Quirino's brother, plans to ask a TV franchise from
Congress but backs out due to charges of nepotism and instead buys 70% of BEC from Lindenberg.

September: Though they had little money and resources, BEC changes into Alto
Broadcasting System (ABS) after its new co-owners--Aleli (AL) and Tony (TO), the nickname of
Judge Quirino. Lindenberg is still part owner, this time as ABS general manager.

4th quarter: Quirino begins negotiating for TV equipment with David Sarnoff of the radio
company RCA via Quirino's friend Marvin Grey, whose family is a friend of Sarnoff's.

1953

Eugenio Lopez Sr, owner of newspaper Manila Chronicle, gets a TV franchise from
Congress.

February 1: The first TV station in Asia begins in Japan, with the first TV broadcast of the
NHK.

May: Quirino sends Jose "Joe" Navarro ( who learned filming techniques in television),
Arcadio "Cady" Carandang (who was in-charge of setting up a TV service company), Henry "Slim"
Chaney (who acted as a spark plug for the whole operation) and Romualdo "Romy" Carballo (who
oversaw the transmission aspect) to RCA in New York to study TV technology. ABS, via Quirino,
begins importing 300 TV sets with the help of the chinese businessman who owned the Binondo
hardware store Joe's Electronics and sets up the TV sets in restaurants, hospitals, church plazas,
advertising agencies, hotels, other public places and homes of prominent people. Lindenberg and
Chaney bring TV technology in the Philippines afterward and training of ABS employees in TV
technology starts.

July: The ABS TV tower is set up in San Juan.

September: DZAQ-TV 3 begins test TV broadcasts. ABS general manager Tony Chavez flew
to Tokyo in Japan to meet with executives of the Matsushita company and buy from them the
antennas to distribute for the TV sets. He came back in Mid-september with a PAL cargo full of TV
antennas.The antennas were quickly distributed in October.

October 7: In 1pm, Quirino and Lindenberg open ABS's DZAQ Channel 3 in black and white,
the first commercial TV station in the Philippines and in Southeast Asia under the American analog
television standard National Television System Committee or NTSC.
October 19: ABS relaunches DZBC as DZAQ (AQ for Quirino's initials) as the Philippines'
most powerful commercial radio station with the ABS tower--then a 50 KW transmitter and

October 23: DZAQ Channel 3 begins telecasts to TV audience of mostly rich people. [A TV
set then costs P1,200--10 times the monthly salary then. 1 out of 2,000 Pinoys own a TV set.]
Quirino's birthday party at his residence in San Juan with President Quirino as special guest--the first
TV coverage of a special event--airs on ABS then. (The bassist of the band playing in the
background was the young Ading Fernando, who would in time become a legend in TV
comedy.) ABS telecasts 50 miles from San Juan at 6:00-10:00pm starting then.

4th Quarter: The open spaces above the Republic Supermarket at Rizal Ave. cor. Florentino
Torres Street in Manila is ABS's new studio complete with a transmitter from RCA. Quirino uses ABS
as an information medium for the reelection bid of the sickly President Quirino. ABS reports the
reelection campaigns of President Quirino, the Philippine national elections and the eventual win of
Ramon Magsaysay as president. ABS broadcasts old American movies, films from foreign
embassies and special events.

November 23: ABS then airs Edmond Rostand's romantic drama Cyrano de Bergarac, the 3-
hour full-length play, the first play on TV and the first big dramatic production on TV with Jesuit priest
and media pioneer Father James Reuter as director.

1953-1960

ABS airs

the comedies Candid Camera, Life with Father, Eddy Cantor Comedy Theater and I Love
Lucy, which re-airs in the 1990s on IBC

the drama Highway Patrol, Gene Autry, I Led Three Lives and Mister District Attorney

the variety shows Pista ng Caltex/Fiesta of Caltex (hosted by Patsy, Lopito, Pugo) Rhum
Fiesta, Unahan sa Kampana/Rush to the Bell, Kualta Na/Money Now, Vi-Milk Party, Children on
Parade, Uncle Veros Childrens Show, Your Show of Shows and The Purico Amateur
Hour (renamed Tawag ng Tanghalan/Call of the Stage;The first ever amateur singing contest;
breeding stars out of Diomedes Maturan, Edgar Mortiz and Nora Aunor) for which the first TV
advertising contract is signed, being handled by J. Walter Thompson Philippines for Proctor and
Gamble-PMC.

the newscast Tomorrow's News Aired Tonight with Vero Perfecto

Events take a turn at BEC this decade.

As a marketing strategy, ABS (BEC) brands ABS-DZAQ-TV 3 as "The Premier Channel"


In the late 50s, business visionary Eugenio Geny Lopez, Jr. (ELJ) already saw the potential
of television to be bridges on the air, a powerful instrument that can reach and link Filipinos
throughout the archipelago.

1954

ABS-CBN delivered the remote TV coverage of the 2nd Asian Games

1955

ABS gets the first TV companion: the Clark Armed Forces Television Station Channel 8.
[Ownership of a TV set becomes a status symbol as 6,000 TV sets are found in the Philippines
then.]

September: ABS covers The Taal Volcano Eruption and introduces TV as public service.

1956

Student Canteen begins as CBN Canteen, a radio show in 1956 where Priscilla Aristorenas
reguraly serenaded employes of CBN during their lunch break at the Manila Chronicle Building in
Aduana, Intramuros, Manila

September 24: ABS gets a new companion--Lopez brothers Eugenio Sr. and Fernando,
owners of newspaper Manila Chronicle, inaugurate the Chronicle Broadcasting Network (CBN) with
its radio station DZXL, the network's flagship AM station.

4th Quarter: CBN's DZXL wins over ABS's DZAQ in audiences. CBN launches the first ever
FM station DZYL.

1957

CBN airs the variety show CBN Canteen (renamed as Student Canteen), the Philippines' first
and top noontime variety show. Its 12 high noon. Welcome to your Student Canteen! (hosted by
Eddie Ilarde and Leila Benitez; Pepe Pimentel added to the hosts in the late 50s)

Eddie Mesa, Elizabeth Ramsey, Carina Afable, Helen Vela, Rafael M. Alunan III and Edward
Hagedorn were some of the young hopefuls who tried their luck to be singing champions in the
program's most popular segment.

January-February: Eugenio Lopez Sr. negotiates the selling of ABS with Quirino.

March: ABS and CBN report the airplane crash death of President Magsaysay and the
Philippine national elections that sees the win of Carlos Garcia as president.
1958

ABS-CBN airs the game show What's My Living? (directorial debut of seasoned director
Mitos Villareal)

January: CBN buys ABS from Quirino with the memorandum of agreement signed on a
breakfast table napkin. The Lopezes then incorporate ABS and CBN under the name Bolinao
Electronics Corporation (BEC--the original name of ABS), making BEC the 1st Philippine radio-TV
network. The purchase begins with the radio frequency of DZAQ and the franchise for ABS Channel
3, the first TV station in the country.

April 19: BEC opens its second TV station DZXL-TV Channel 9, with Eugenio Sr's eldest son
Eugenio Jr as manager and Jaime Navarro as production manager. Channel 9's working transmitter
consists of bamboo strips and rags.

Post April: Eugenio Lopez Sr's son Eugenio Jr gets TV traning from Lindenberg and
Chaney. Romy Caraballo and Cady Carandang, co-trainees of Chaney, start building the BEC TV
station and studio at Aduana in Intramuros in Manila.

1959

BEC opens 2 more radio stations in Metro Manila: DZMM, a 5-kw mellow and classical AM
radio station and DZRD.

BEC airs

the variety show The Perry Como Show and the NCAA Basketball Games

the dramas Tombstone Territory, Annie Oakley and Dragnet

other shows like Chelsea Dancetime, Pacosta Hit Parade, Darigold Jamboree, Tia Dely/Aunt
Dely, United American Tiki-Tiki andOperatang Sampay Bakod/Operation Clothesline

1960

BEC begins to air shows from its American partner, the United States' NBC (National
Broadcasting Company), RBS partnered with American Broadcasting Corporation and IBC partnered
with Columbia Broadcasting System. It also begins to air the variety shows Cooking with Nora Daza,
Del Marquez Variety Musical and Bellman Baby Powder Parade--the shows sponsored by the ad
agency Advertising and Marketing Associates with Antonio de Joya as manager then

Events take a turn on BEC and other networks this year.


BEC introduces promo girls (Maya Valdez and Maria Montelibano) who introduce the next
programs to air on Channel 3.

June: BEC opens another radio station DZRC.

June: DZTV Channel 13 or the Inter-Island Broadcasting Corporation, IBC, owned by Andres
Soriano was established

September 25: BEC airs the first televised Mass at 9:00am at the Manila Cathedral on
Channel 3 with the then Archbishop of Manila Rufino Cardinal Santos as main celebrant and Fr.
James Reuter as the Mass narrator.

1960-1970

BEC launches

the comedies The Gloria and Luis Show with Gloria Romero and Luis Gonzales, Buhay
Artista/An Artist's Life with Dolphy and Panchito, Super Laf In (first ever gag show featuring the
wacky team of Ramon Zamora, June Keithley and Maya Valdez; newscaster Frankie Evangelista is
the executive producer of the show), Si Tatang Kasi,Tang Tarang-Tang (starring Pugo) and Kami
Naman/Our Chance

the variety shows Lucky Strike Show,Tony Santos Presents, Stop Look and Listen (the
Philippines' first daily noontime variety TV show), Oras ng Ligaya/Hour of Joy,The Gloria-Eddie
Show, Sunday Sweet Sunday (hosted by Fides Cuyugan-Asencio and Jimmy Melendez), Lyn
Madrigal Show, Star Caravan, D' Sensations (aside from Edgar and Vilma, Perla Adea, Romy
Mallari, Sonny Cortez, Ike Lozada and Angge are also the show host), Noontime Matinee and Ariel
Con Tina/Ariel and Tina

the talk show Two for the Road and Cowboy Hal

the teen show Jam Session (first ever Youth Oriented show; hosted by Bobby Ng

the movie block Cine Filipino/Filipino Cinema

the newscast Mga Balita Ngayon

the dramas Santa Zita and Mary Rose, Larawan ng Pag-Ibig (starring a then 9-year old Vilma
Santos; first TV serial developed and produced in film), Teenagers, Mga Aninong Gumagalaw/The
Moving Shadows, Hiwaga sa Bahay ng Bato, Mga Bayani sa Kalawakan, Munting Banal, Prisipeng
Tulisan, Dakilang Panata, Guhit ng Palad, Wild Wild West, The Twilight Zone (from the United States)
and Ang Mahiwagang Daigdig ni Doray/The Magical World of Doray
the educational show Education on TV (a three times-a-week show produced by Fr. James
Reuter)

the coverage of the MICAA basketball games

Events take a turn at BEC and other networks this decade

TV becomes available to the middle class and the poor people. [40 out of 1,000 Pinoys then
own a TV set]

BEC brought provincial radio network Monserrat Broadcasting System.

BEC has new studios in Dewey Boulevard (now Roxas Boulevard) in Manila.

BEC begins airing the weekly Sunday Masses from the BEC studios in Dewey Boulevard
(now Roxas Boulevard) in Manila.

BEC covers the Jabidah Massacre and the assassinations of John F. Kennedy, Robert
Kennedy and Martin Luther King.

BEC relaunches radio stations DZAQ as Radio Patrol (home of the pioneer newsmen Orly
Mercado, Rey Langit, Joe Taruc, Bobby Guanzon, Ernie Baron, Johhny Midnight and Mario Garcia),
DZXL as drama station and DZYL as sports station. BEC has the Spanish station DZME (which
closes down later), variety music station DZYL, pop music station DZQL and Filipino pop culture
station DWOW (the first ever station of Joey de Leon).

IBC 13 introduced innovative scheme for sponsors by setting up a marketing arm separate
from the station. RBS 7's Stewart was even more creative. He was the first to sell program segments
and TV spots, that are so popular today.

1961

BEC begins airing the first educational show on Philippine TV--Education on TV--with Jesuit
priest and history teacher Father Horacio de la Costa and art teacher Fernando Zobel, produced by
Father James Reuter on Channel 9.

Events take a turn at BEC and other networks this year.

BEC and other TV channels cover the Philippine national elections that see Diosdado
Macapagal as president and Senator as vice president.

DZTM Channel 5 was established as the Associated Broadcasting Corporation by the Manila
Times Publishing and Joaquin 'Chino' Roces y Pardo
DZRH Channel 11 was established as the Metropolitan Broadcasting Corporation owned by
the Elizalde's

June 14: BEC opens the Philippines' first regional radio-TV station of a TV network, first TV
station outside Manila, and the first radio-TV station in Southern Philippines: BEC 3 Cebu (now ABS-
CBN 3 Cebu) airing 4 hours with the tallest tower (in that time) in Cebu measuring 216 feet.

Post-June: BEC opens the first TV-radio broadcasting station in Ilocandia--BEC Dagupan
(now ABS-CBN 32 Dagupan).

1962

Events take a turn at BEC this year.

BEC's new variety show Caltex Cavalcade opens.

BEC opens BEC Channel-4 Bacolod (now ABS-CBN Bacolod), the first regional TV-only
broadcast station in Southern Philippines and the second TV station in Visayas.

Hiwaga sa Bahay na Bato, a live TV serial banking on the talents of writer-director Jose
Miranda Cruz premieres on ABS Channel 3.

BEC covers the ASEAN Games in Bangkok in Thailand.

BEC becomes the first Philippine media network to go on remote live telecast.

BEC becomes the first Philippine media network to utilize the 1-inch helical video tape and
the 2-inch Ampex tape in recording TV shows.

IBC opened first ever TV station in Mindanao, DXTV-TV Channel 13

January: BEC gets a new companion: DZRP Channel 10, Philippine Broadcast Service, a
government owned TV Station was inaugurated

December: BEC Channel 2's audience share declines, as RBS becomes the number 1 TV
station in terms of Manila ratings then.

1963

BEC airs the variety show The Nida-Nestor Show.

BEC started to air films in color and started it's color test broadcast.
September 13: ABS-CBN launches Buhay Artista, a loose comedy-musical format built
around the lives of stage actors, and scores another coup as the first comedy-musical on Philippine
TV. The Sunday evening hit capitalizes on the strengths of bodabil stars Dolphy, Panchito, Ading
Fernando, and Teroy de Guzman.

December: In time for the 10th anniversary of Philippine television and BEC (formerly ABS)
in the television industry, BEC becomes number 1 in Manila ratings again, dislodging RBS.

1964

BEC receives the first videotape recorders in the country and premieres the first videotaped
recorded show Your Evening with Pilita. (directed by Mitos Villareal)

BEC shows and stars compete in the first Philippine TV awards contest "Citizen's Awards for
Television" (CAT) of the Citizen's Council for Mass Media.

1965

BEC airs the educational show Romper Room (an educational show with a live cast of actual
nursery school students)

BEC and other media channels cover the 1965 Philippine national elections that sees the win
of senator Ferdinand Marcos as president and ABS-CBN executive Fernando Lopez as vice
president.

Eugenio Lopez Sr's eldest son Eugenio Jr is the new owner of BEC.

BEC has Channels 3 and 9 as the most widely watched TV channels in the Philippines, with
DZXL and DZAQ Radio Patrol as the most widely-listened radio stations.

January: Magandang Tanghali, a daily noontime variety show is launched, starring Pancho
Magalona, Cachupoy, and Teroy de Guzman, and is directed by Tony Santos. The show replaces the
pioneer noontime show, Student Canteen.

1966

ABS-CBN airs youth-oriented show Nine-Teeners (hosted by Jose Mari Chan and Roman
Asanza)

June: Geny Lopez forges an agreement between Radio Corporation of America (RCA) and
ABS-CBN for the establishment of the first color TV broadcast in the Philippines.; Color TV or
Technicolor tubes made way to the Philippines via BEC. The legendary Sarimanok logo/station ID
was first used.
Wild Wild West, Get Smart, Bonanza and Rat Patrol were among the most popular U.S.
programs broadcast in full color.

Channel 3's programs "Buhay Artista", "Wild, Wild, West","The Nida-Nestor Show", "Tawag
ng Tanghalan", "Cine Pilipino", and"Your Evening with Pilita" are the year's top raters in ratings.

November 21: The World Tonight, an all-English newscast premiered on CBN Channel 9
anchored by Hal Bowie and Henry Halasan.

Former ABS-CBN president Freddie M. Garcia started working with the company as a sales
executive.

BEC airs the comedy Pancho Loves Tita (the first sitcom starring Pancho Magalona and Tita
Duran; Written by Ading Fernando and Directed by Ben Achiento

BEC and other TV channels cover President Marcos' state visit to the United States.

BEC covers the ASEAN Games in Bangkok in Thailand for the second time.

1967

Events take a turn on BEC (later name: ABS-CBN) this year.

BEC is the first Philippine media network to open a relay station in Baguio City.

February 1: BEC changes corporate name to ABS-CBN Broadcasting Corporation, adopts


the tagline "The Philippines' Largest Network" and moves to a new site in Quezon City's Bohol
Avenue (now Sgt. Esguerra). ABS-CBN has 2 TV stations and 7 radio stations in Manila, 3 TV
stations and 14 radio stations in the regions and 3 affiliate radio stations, being true to its tagline
"The Philippines' Largest Network". The network corporate logo was born.

Post February: ABS-CBN's Channel 9 launches more foreign shows like The Flying Nun.

June: ABS-CBN and other media channels cover the Independence Day festivities at Luneta
in Manila.

November: ABS-CBN pioneers the tradition of extensive and ground-breaking election


reportage when it broadcasts Philippine TVs first marathon election coverage on November 14.
Halalan 67 airs poll results and updates for 36 hours straight.

1968

TV is the medium earning the highest advertising revenue, overtaking radio.


Events take a turn at ABS-CBN this year.

ABS-CBN shows Buhay Artista, Wild Wild West, The Nida-Nestor Show, Tawag ng
Tanghalan, Cine Pilipino/Filipino Cinema and Your Evening with Pilita get top spots on the ratings
charts for 1967. This is the first time the ratings charts appear, resulting from the competition
between network-produced shows and advertiser-produced shows.

ABS-CBN airs the first daily drama series termed as a "soap opera".

ABS-CBN introduces the "breaking news" concept on Philippine TV as it airs the 1st
marathon coverage of the Ruby Towers Collapse in Metro Manila via microwave transmission from
an Outside Broadcast (OB) van with 3 black-and-white cameras.

ABS-CBN covers the Olympic Games in Mexico City--the first Philippine media network to
have a live via satellite coverage of an international event.

ABS-CBN starts covering live the events of the United States Presidential Elections.

ABS-CBN is the first TV network to take full control of producing TV shows and to relieve
advertising agencies of producing regular TV programs.

ABS-CBN begins implementing the 60-second rule for TV commercials.

ABS-CBN is the first Philippine media network to establish the country's 1st cable company
with its launch of Nuvue Cablevision which serves Baguio City.

ABS-CBN acquires and incorporates SCAN, the film production company specializing in film
and TV commercials.

December 18: ABS-CBN is the first Philippine media network to have a broadcast centre
complex in the country as inaugurates its Bohol Avenue Broadcast Center Complex--the first, biggest
and best-equipped broadcasting complex in East Asia then (composed of 6 studios, a soundtrack
recording hall, lighting effects, 16 TV cameras and made-for-TV movie facilities), rivaling Japan's
NHK and making it the training ground for TV people from Japan, Thailand and Australia.

1969

ABS-CBN airs

Man on The Moon, covering Apollo 11's historic landing on the moon--The nation witnesses
mans first step on the moon as ABS-CBN delivers its non-stop 168-hour Man on the Moon
coverage the countrys first telecast of an event via satellite and first in color. The network airs live
satellite feeds and news updates. It is anchored by Bong Lapira, with American panelists, and is
accompanied by annotations from the Philippines brightest scientist. Additionally in the US, the ABC
News coverage is done on a set designed and executed by former Asst. Head of Production, ABS-
CBN veteran Ernie de Leon. Telecasts from the moon relayed back to earth were captured on
Philippine TV sets by the satellite network.

Bandwagon '69, the special election eve variety extravaganza sponsored by the members of
the Nacionalista Party--among them President Marcos and Vice President Lopez broadcasting 3
hours earlier than other networks

Halalan '69, the first marathon TV coverage of the Philippine national elections that sees the
reelection of President Marcos and Vice President Lopez, the coverage was the first ever Philippine
program to introduce green screen/chroma keying.

the Miss Universe Contest in the United States crowning Filipina candidate Gloria Diaz as the
winner.

Events take a turn on ABS-CBN this year.

ABS-CBN is the first Philippine media network to hold a marathon public service coverage
via microwave.

ABS-CBN is the first Philippine media network to have an all-news and commentary radio via
Radio Patrol.

ABS-CBN sells CBN's Channel 9 and the former ABS building to Marcos
crony/ambassador/sugar businessman Roberto Benedicto, who uses the channel and the building
with the provincial stations--to build Kanlaon Broadcasting Systems (KBS)--marking his entry to
media. He later bought Radio Philippines Network, RPN, from Roman Santos.

The Philippine Association of National Advertisers (PANA) and the groups of consumers
request ABS-CBN and other TV stations to minimize TV ads to less than 15% of the telecasts.

March: ABS-CBN airs the first real nationwide news simulcast, when the networks five TV
stations, 21 radio stations and three affiliate radio stations all throughout the country connect via
relay sites to the main newscast in the Quezon City studios.

June: ABS-CBN announces its new channel assignment from Channels 3 and 9 to Channels
2 and 4.

Events take a turn on rivals this year.

KBS-9 finally launched its broadcasts, KBS-9 also launched its first state-of-the art superior
color transmission in the Philippines dubbed Accucolor.
1970

ABS-CBN opens a relay station in the Bicol Region. ABS-CBN Davao begin serving TV
viewers from Mindanao.

ABS-CBN increases its color programming to eight hours a week. Until mid-1970 it is the
only TV network in color.

ABS-CBN's "Man on the Moon" coverage was given the Special Coverage award at the 1970
Citizen's Awards for Television

The Lopezes acquire the Sarmiento Telecommunication Network (later renamed the
Philippine Telegraph and Telephone Co. or PT&T). The acquisition is a strategic component of Geny
Lopezs dream to build Bridges on the Air. Through PT&Ts microwave transmission, broadcasts
from Manila can be relayed to Luzon and Visayas simultaneously. The project, however, is overtaken
by martial law.

1970-1972

ABS-CBN airs youth sitcom Edgar Loves Vilma (the first TV show of the Vi-Bot tandem)

The Philippines becomes the 3rd country in the world to manufacture color TV sets.

ABS-CBN opens new shows, including the talk show Impact with newspaper writer Max
Soliven

ABS-CBN and other TV channels cover the 1st Quarter Storm, the series of nationwide
bombings, including the Golden Buddha theft, the Dovie Beams scandal and the Quintero Payola
Report at the Constitutional Convention.

ABS-CBN Channels 2 and 4 take hold of 80% TV audience share then.

ABS-CBN's rival IBC-13 switch into VINTACOLOR. The third TV network to do-convert into
full color.

1971

August 21: ABS-CBN and the other TV networks cover the bombing in Manila's Plaza
Miranda, disrupting the miting-de-avance (general meeting) of the opposition senatorial candidates.

November 8: ABS-CBN embarked on a precinct-level nationwide counting of election results


with 26, 866 canvassers, highly sophisticated communications system, an array of 5 channels and
20 radio stations in Bilang ng Bayan: Halalan 71'
RPN became the first TV Station to go public.

1972

Events take a turn on ABS-CBN this year.

ABS-CBN operates 2 Manila TV stations (Channels 2 and 4), 7 Manila radio stations, 3
affiliate radio stations, 3 regional originating TV stations, 2 regional relay TV stations and 14 regional
radio stations, making it the Philippines' largest media network.

ABS-CBN puts up a large microwave relay system that will air its shows in Cebu, Bohol,
Negros, Panay, Leyte, Samar, Iloilo and the Northern Luzon.

ABS-CBN puts up high transmission towers in Mt. Kaladong in Negros, Mt. Busay in Cebu,
Mt. Banoy in Benguet and in Mindanao Region.

Phil Delfino composes ABS-CBN's "The Philippines' Largest Network" jingle.

August 5: On July 17, Typhoon Isang wreaks havoc in Metro Manila and much of Central
Luzon affecting 5.5 million Filipinos, with 20 days of non-stop rain. ABS-CBN airs Damayan/Helping
Hand, the first full scale telethon (telephone marathon) aiming to raise funds for the victims of
Typhoon Isang with ABS-CBN talents (Dolphy, Nora Aunor, Vilma Santos, Tina Revilla, Tony Santos
Sr.) donating P12,000--a big contribution to the overall fund count of P33,800 plus thousands of food
and clothing donations from advertisers. This marks the 1st TV appearance of Nora and Vilma
together.

September 20: Military troops take over ABS-CBN's studios to the surprise of the employees
and the stars, who find out the declaration of martial law after.

September 21: President Marcos declares martial law.

September/October: Eugenio Lopez Jr. was picked up and incarcerated

Post September: President Marcos orders the take-over of all media firms to prevent
communist propaganda. Press Secretary Francisco Tatad and Gregorio Cendana (of National Media
Production Center) take over ABS-CBN's Channel 4-Manila and rename it as Government Television
(GTV Channel 4). ABS-CBN stars and employees gather at the Now Restaurant outside the ABS-
CBN studios daily with hopes of reopening. Other stations except KBS Channel 9 closed also.

September (until February 1986): ABS-CBN's officers Freddie Garcia, Tony Barriero,
Marcial Sanson and Rod Reyes leads the network's employees and stars moving to RBS Channel 7.
Other ABS-CBN shows, stars and employees start moving to Channels 9 and 13.
November 27: ABS-CBN president Eugenio Lopez Jr gets arrested lands in Fort Bonifacio in
Metro Manila.

Post November: ABS-CBN general manager Jake Almeda Lopez begins negotiations on
selling ABS-CBN to Benjamin "Kokoy" Romualdez (brother of President Marcos' wife Imelda) and
Roberto Benedicto.
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ABS-CBN Timeline (1987-2000)

October 16, 2010 at 5:17pm

1987

Former ABS-CBN stars, personalities and employees, including ex-GMA 7 marketing head Freddie
Garcia (later President of the network), Rino Basillo, Rod Reyes and Marcial Sanson, start to return
to ABS-CBN.

The Lopezes counter accusations of BBC-2's charges of the Lopezes owing them for the supposed
lease of ABS-CBN's equipment, telling that media operator Benedicto owes them back rentals for
ABS-CBN's equipment taken without compensation in 1972.

ABS-CBN gets back its facilities from MBS (with the new name PTV (People's Television 4) and
absorbs MBS's 600 employees into the ABS-CBN workforce.

ABS-CBN is the first Philippine media network to use the Betacam tape, a technological
advancement then.

March 1: ABS-CBN is relaunched as The Star Network via the live public variety extravaganza Ang
Pagbabalik ng Bituin (The Star's Return) live at the Quirino Grandstand, as it calls back all its former
stars and personalities working in other various media networks to return to ABS-CBN. Present in
the live show are Maricel Soriano, Alma Moreno, Richard Gomez, Joey Marquez, Pops Fernandez,
Martin Nievera and others.

After six months of carefully selected plans, the first tri-ribbon 2 logo laced with a
rhombidal star came to be. The tri-ribbon 2 logo's color is white carried the slogan The Star
Network when it aired as a station ID to reclaim the dominance in TV ratings. By 1988, the ribbons in
the tri-ribbon 2 logo are tri-colored with red, green and blue. Truly, the tri-ribbon 2 logo was
accidentally came from a shooting star in the form of 2. Similarly, most numerical channel logos
within this slogan have with a star and versions came into regional TV channels like 3 (DYCB-TV in
Cebu and DZRR-TV in Baguio), 4 (DYXL-TV in Bacolod and DXAS-TV in Davao), 11 (DZNC-TV) in
Naga and others.

Post February-March: ABS-CBN reports on the drafting of the first post-1972 Constitution.

ABS-CBN launches the out-of-style tabloid newscast TV Patrol becoming the number 1 newscast on
Philippine TV. From March 2 to July 3, 1987, it was 30 minutes long and was expanded to 60-
minutes in July 6 of the same year. It featured anchors Noli de Castro (Pulis Report), Mel Tiangco
(Lingkod Bayan), Frankie Evangelista (PULSO, Mission Expose (later Hoy Gising), Sports News),
and Angelique Lazo (first Star News anchor).

ABS-CBN also aired the comedies Palibhasa Lalake (Because of Males), Chika, Chika Chicks, In
The Money, Mga Kuwento ni Lola (Grandma's Stories) and Goin' Bananas the variety shows Loveli-
Ness with Alma Moreno and Twogether: Martin and Pops with Martin Nievera and Pops Fernandez
the talk shows Star Cafe and Dina, the weekly Regal Films movie special Regal Presents, the
current affairs show Probe with Cheche Lazaro, which moved to GMA after less than a year (in 1988)
and coming back to ABS-CBN after 18 years (in 2005) and ended in 2010, the drama Maricel Drama
Specials, which runs for the next 10 years.

ABS-CBN Schedule from February 1987 to July 1991

http://www.scribd.com/doc/30893658/ABS-CBN-Schedule-1987-1991

1988-1990

ABS-CBN launches the talk show Teysi ng Tahanan (Teysi of the Home) with Tessie Tomas

1988
ABS-CBN airs the variety show Tonight with Dick and Carmi the current affairs show Magandang
Gabi Bayan (Good Evening to Our Dear Nation), with host Noli de Castro (with replacements Henry
Omaga Diaz, Gus Abelgas, Erwin Tulfo, Julius Babao, Korina Sanchez, and Katherine de Castro)

Events take a turn on ABS-CBN this year.

ABS-CBN relaunches ABS-CBN Cebu and ABS-CBN Davao and starts the resumption of operations
in ABS-CBN's regional stations.

ABS-CBN revives the Bridges on the Air-Link to the Future with a new domestic satellite
system, making it the first Philippine media network on full nationwide satellite broadcast.

March: More artists like Sharon Cuneta and President Aquino's younger daughter and
actress Kris join ABS-CBN.

June: ABS-CBN resumed its provincial operations with the relaunching of DYCB-TV channel
3 in Cebu.

Sharon has her first show--The Sharon Cuneta Show.

August 8 (The Historic Date: 8-8-88): Number 1 Since Then--ABS-CBN becomes number 1 among
the 7 Filipino TV channels in Manila in the audience share and ratings, with all the Top 10 shows
belonging to the network, and the first in the Philippines to be number 1 after its relaunch, overtaking
primetime ratings leaders Channels 7 and 13. ABS-CBN's TV companions, notably PTV-4, GMA-7,
RPN-9 and IBC-13 start attempts to bring in more viewers after ABS-CBN becomes the number 1
Philippine TV network.

November: ABS-CBN introduces the new slogan and seal "In the Service of the Filipino".

December: ABS-CBN starts satellite broadcast of its prime time shows.

December 11: ABS-CBN airs marathon of 6 hours for the phenomenally top-rating EDSA Revolution-
themed international drama series A Dangerous Life. A Dangerous Life is the first successful 6-hour
marathon broadcast and the most highly-rated show in Philippine TV then.

1989
ABS-CBN airs the dramas Agila and Coney Reyes on Camera (from RPN TV-9), the talk show Oh
No, It's Johnny!, the comedy Okay Ka Fairy Ko (You Did Well My Dear Fairy) from IBC TV-13 (and
then to GMA), the variety shows Ryan, Ryan Musikahan (Musicals with Ryan) and Eat Bulaga!, from
RPN (and then to GMA), the educational show Batibot (from PTV and RPN to GMA) and the current
affairs show Tatak Pilipino (Filipino Brand) formerly known as Cafe Bravo.

Events take a turn on ABS-CBN this year.

ABS-CBN holds the first media-sponsored nationwide midnight prayer vigil for peace in the
Philippines.

ABS-CBN airs Kris at 18, the network's birthday special for Kris Aquino and begins the series of
media specials celebrating the birthdays and milestones of its stars and personalities then.

ABS-CBN re-launches its Manila FM station DWRR 101.9 FM (Radio Romance), beginning as the
country's 1st all-CD music and all-female music jock radio station.

ABS-CBN launches socio-civic media campaigns Sundalo ng Karahasan, Kandila at Panalangin,


Citizen's Crusade for Democracy and Peace with Justice, Bantay Bata and Sagipbayan.

ABS-CBN is the first broadcast network in the Philippines with an electronic newsroom.

ABS-CBN utilized the Sony Betacart System for automated programming and insertion of
commercial gaps, the first in Philippine broadcast engineering.

ABS-CBN launches the socio-civic organization ABS-CBN Foundation (formerly Lingkod Bayan
Foundation). ABS-CBNs first major undertaking was the relief operations for the victims of the 16
July 1990 Luzon earthquake. This institutionalizes the networks commitment to public service.

December 9: Rebels seize the ABS-CBN buildings for a few hours at dawn in a military coup against
President Aquino, stalling the taping of Goin' Bananas.

1990

ABS-CBN airs the comedy Luv Ko Si Kris (I Love Kris) with Kris Aquino, the talk show Mel and Jay
(later moving to GMA after 5 years), the variety show Sa Linggo nAPO Sila (They're Here on
Sunday!) with the legendary band Apo Hiking Society, and One Asia Assembly, the country's first live
via satellite conference.

ABS-CBN covers the aftermath of the 1990 Earthquake hitting the cities of Baguio and Cabanatuan
and starts the Killer Quake Emergency Fund Campaign together with DZMM and the Middle East
Gulf War in Iraq and Kuwait.

ABS-CBN makes Radio Romance 101.9 the first FM radio station on full nationwide satellite
broadcast. ABS-CBN gets 40-50% Metro Manila TV audience share, and 70% regional TV audience
share-the highest of any Philippine TV network.

1990-2000

ABS-CBN begins airing the variety shows Gym Team and Ready, Get, Set, Go!, the talk show
Cityline, the religious shows Rosary Crusade and Iglesia ni Cristo (The Church of Christ), the
educational shows Awit-Titik-Bilang na Pambata (Songs-Letters-Numbers for Kids), For Kids Only
and Bananas in Pyjamas, the weekly movie features Tagalog Movie Greats (revised names: Star
Blockbusters and Cine Fiesta), Million Dollar Movies (revised names: Megasine, ABS-CBN Presents,
Sunday Family Cinema and Sundays Best), Weekend Midnight Spectaculars and Midnight Mini-
Greats, American-language shows like Baywatch, X-Men, the Beverly Hills series, Melrose Place,
Video Hit Parade, Business & Leisure and Home Front and Chinese-language dramas, variety
shows and movie features

ABS-CBN launches the integrated production design company Creative Creatures Incorporated and
the customer-oriented channels Skymall and Real Estate Channel

ABS-CBN talents, among them Joey Marquez and Herbert Bautista start to run and win in the local
and the national elections.

Ermita Electronics Corporation owned by pre-martial law pioneer Arcadio "Cady" Carandang"
launched first UHF TV rebroadcasting a foreign station, Star TV, on Channel 23
1991

ABS-CBN airs the drama Maalaala Mo Kaya (Remembering/Can You Remember) and the comedy
Abangan Ang Susunod na Kabanata (Wait for the Next Episode).

ABS-CBN sets up the Talent Development and Management Center (also called Talent Center, later
Star Magic) to develop a stable of new stars for the network.

March 25: ABS-CBN and the Lopez Group of Companies set up Sky Cable, the leading cable TV
operator.

1992

ABS-CBN airs the legendary comedy Home Along da Riles with legendary Filipino comedian Dolphy
and Nova Villa, running for the next 11 years, the dramas Ipaglaban Mo (Fight!) and the legendary
Mara Clara, catapulting the popularity of lead star Judy Ann Santos, becoming the number 1 drama
in afternoon and on primetime, and setting the trend of local dramas today, the current affairs show
The Inside Story with Loren Legarda and Hoy Gising! Mga Imbestigador ng Bayan (Wake Up! The
Country's Investigators), the talk shows Martin After Dark and Showbiz Linggo (Showbiz Sunday)
with Cristy Fermin, Butch Francisco, Edu Manzano, Roderick Paulate and Tintin Bersola, the
legendary variety show Ang TV (The TV) featuring the young ABS-CBN talents, catapulting the
popularity of its various stars like Claudine Barretto, Jolina Magdangal, Marvin Agustin, Mylene
Dizon, Jan Marini Alano, Rica Peralejo, Roselle Nava, Diether Ocampo, Patrick Garcia, Paolo
Contis, John and Camille Pratts, Angelica Panganiban, Carlo Aquino, Joy Viado, Winnie Cordero
and Joji Isla and the first Tagalog-dubbed cartoons Peter Pan, Cedie-Ang Munting Prinsipe (The
Young Prince) and Princess Sarah, which set the trend of Tagalog-dubbed foreign shows today

ABS-CBN airs live coverage of events this 1992.


May: ABS-CBN airs Halalan '92, the network's first post-1986 marathon coverage of the Philippine
national elections-its predecessor being Halalan '69. It covers the 1992 Philippine national elections
that oversaw 1986 EDSA Revolution personality Fidel Ramos and Filipino movie actor Joseph
Estrada as the new president and vice president respectively.

July: ABS-CBN covers the 1992 Summer Olympics in Barcelona in Spain, the second time ABS-
CBN covers the Olympic Games in its lifetime, and the first time after the Martial Law and the 1986
EDSA Revolution.

Events take a turn on ABS-CBN this year.

ABS-CBN has 62% audience share in Metro Manila--12 times its initial audience share at the end of
1988 and the highest recorded audience share by a TV network then.

ABS-CBN's reach expands to over 88% of the Philippine archipelago--the widest TV coverage of a
TV network then.

ABS-CBN Regional begins producing shows for the local audiences.

ABS-CBN gets accolades from various organizations in the Philippines and all over world--including
Euromoney, International Financial Review, Asian Business Magazine, Asiamoney Magazine,
Finance Asia and Far East Economic Review.

Asian Business Magazine ranks ABS-CBN as Asia's Most Admired Media Company for the next 5
years, making ABS-CBN the first Filipino media company is named as such.

ABS-CBN's co-network Channel 5 (ABC-5) reopens.

ABS-CBN is the first Filipino media company to go public as makes initial public offering of stocks at
the Philippine Stock Exchange, selling shares at P15.00 per share and ending at P26.50 per share
at the day of its opening.

February: ABS-CBN launches the international Filipino media-communications entity ABS-CBN


International in Daly City, United States.
March: ABS-CBN International establishes its first full news and entertainment service outside the
Philippines via Marianas Cable in Saipan.

September: TV Patrol, the first Filipino program seen on international TV, is warmly received by the
Filipino community in the Bay Area and its environs, reaching as far as Sacramento & San Jose with
a viewership of 60%.

November: ABS-CBN signs a historic lease with PANAMSAT and switches from taped international
telecasts to live satellite feed.

1993

ABS-CBN launches the worldwide Filipino media network The Filipino Channel (TFC). The first
launch is in various Filipino communities in the United States' West Coast. With 8 hours of Filipino
programming carried by Western Cable Systems and TCI Cablevision, and in various TV stations in
United States, Asia-Pacific and Europe, this is the network coming into being-the first time a Filipino
network attempts successfully to go global. ABS-CBN Televideo, penetrating the video rental market
in the United States and the movie outfit Star Cinema, with its first movie Adan Ronquillo: Tubong
Cavite, Laking Tondo (Adan Ronquillo: Born in Cavite, Raised in Tondo) as a box-office hit and
making ABS-CBN the first Philippine media network to venture into movie production and distribution

Events take a turn on ABS-CBN this year.

January 1: In celebrating the New Year 1993 and in celebrating 40 years of Philippine TV, ABS-CBN
resurrects the Sarimanok logo. ABS-CBN launches The Grand ABS-CBN Sarimanok Milyung-
Milyong Pasasalamat Raffle Papremyo (The Grand ABS-CBN Sarimanok Millions of Thanks Raffle
Prize Contest)-the first, biggest, longest and most dynamic nationwide promo contest by a media
network, which was repeated 2 times in the decade.

ABS-CBN realizes the dream of Bridges on the Air with the launch of its satellite news gathering
system for its News and Current Affairs Organization--the 1st in the Philippines--making possible the
live nationwide simultaneous broadcast (simulcast) of shows and live reports from any remote point
of the country.

ABS-CBN-2's audience share expanded to 62%.


ABS-CBN is the first Filipino media network to join in Asia's 200 Leading Companies in the 1993
issue of the Far East Economic Review magazine.

ABS-CBN reports TV Patrol ranking number 1 in its timeslot for Filipino televiewers in the western
states of the United States, according to the Gallup Poll and launches the newscast in the states of
California and Hawaii in the US.

ABS-CBN signs a 15-year contract with Western Cable System and TCI Cablevision, the United
States' largest cable operator that year.

Star Cinema releases another box-office May Minamahal (Someone to Love) ABS-CBN's Star
Cinema begins producing movie versions of popular ABS-CBN shows.

Its initial movie adaptation of Home Along Da Riles becomes a box-office hit.

ABS-CBN features special plugs and programs as it celebrates 40 years as a TV company and the
40th anniversary of Philippine TV.

ABS-CBN International ventures into video production of popular TV dramas & comedies.

1994

ABS-CBN premieres the Star Drama Theater, the comedy Mana (Inheritance) and the variety show
ASAP/ABS-CBN Sunday Afternoon Party (new name: ASAP XV), with hosts Dayanara Torres,
Martin Nievera and Pops Fernandez, running it for the next 15 years with ABS-CBN stars and
various artists as co-hosts.

Events take a turn on ABS-CBN this year.

ABS-CBN launches the Sarimanok News Network Channel 37 or SNN (new name: ANC/ABS-CBN
News Channel), the first 24-hour Filipino news network and the first regional programming cable TV
channel on national and international broadcast ABS-CBN's Star Cinema releases Ika-11 Utos:
Mahalin Mo Asawa Mo, Hindi Pa Tapos Ang Labada Darling, Lagalag: The Eddie Fernandez Story,
Minsan Lang Kita Iibigin, Separada, Wanted Perfect Father, and the movie adaptation of Maalaala
Mo Kaya.

ABS-CBN launches the Sarimanok Station ID, the first Filipino station ID made by an all-Filipino
creative team using full computer design, graphics and animation, and the first Filipino station ID to
win 2 International Gold Medals for Creative Excellence (from the Fuji Television FNS Titles
Competition in Japan and the New York TV Festival in the United States)

April: ABS-CBN's satellite service links up with PANAMSAT's PAS-2--the world's first global satellite
system reaching to over 66% of the world's viewing population. TFC's worldwide launch begins in
Burlingame in US, coming as the first premium Filipino cable TV channel in the US, with 1,500
subscribers in three months of launching.

May: ABS-CBN airs the worldwide broadcast of the Miss Universe Pageant in Manila, the city's 2nd
time to hold the contest.

June: ABS-CBN begins airing Sineskwela (School on Film), the first televised educational program
aired in Philippine public schools focusing on elementary science lessons. It starts producing shows
like Hiraya Manawari (Legends) and Bayani (Heroes).

September: TFC begins running 24 hours of all-Filipino programs, among them the international
edition of TV Patrol. More launches of TFC in various parts of the world take place in the next 10
years.

November: More Filipino homes enjoy TFC as cable operators in Hawaii firm up commitment to
carry the channel.

December: Oceanic Cable, a Time-Warner company, starts carriage of TFC.

1995

ABS-CBN begins airing the weekly family drama Familia Zaragosa (The Zaragosas) (where the
concept teleserye-television series is first made) and the first youth-oriented television drama-
comedy Gimik (Get-Together) (later as G-Mik), the daily variety show 'Sang Linggo nAPO Sila
(They're Here for One Week) still with the Apo Hiking Society, the talk show Cristy Per Minute with
Cristy Fermin, the current affairs show Companero y Companera, with Atty. Rene Cayetano and
Tessie Tomas, whom Gel Santos Relos replaces and the comedy Oki Doki Dok with Aga Muhlach as
lead, running it for the next 7 years.

ABS-CBN launches

the IT entity Internet Media Group (IMG, now ABS-CBN Interactive)


ABS-CBN.com, the first Philippine TV website, making ABS-CBN the first Filipino network in
the Internet

ABS-CBN airs the live coverage of events this 1995.

The ABS-CBN Broadcast Vigil for Flor Contemplacion, the live night-long marathon
broadcast for Filipino Overseas Contract Worker (OCW) Flor Contemplacion on the hours before and
after her execution in Singapore as unjust punishment for her alleged murder of fellow Filipino OCW
Delia Maga and her Singaporean ward Wong Si Kyong. [This broadcast gets a 75% rating and 88%
audience share after midnight-the first time a Filipino media network with such record and a
milestone in Philippine TV history.]

the marathon coverage on the succeeding burial rites for Flor Contemplacion

Halalan '95, the network's media coverage of the Philippine national elections that sees the
win of senatorial candidates sponsored by President Ramos

the nationwide noise-barrage media campaign No Nukes Now and Forever, as it joins hands
with the Philippine government's response to foreign countries' decision to conduct nuclear bomb
tests in the Pacific Ocean archipelago, miles near the Philippines.

Events take a turn for ABS-CBN this year.

ABS-CBN Star Cinema releases box-office hits Eskapo/Escape: The Serge Osmena-Geny
Lopez Story (based on the 1977 escape of ABS-CBN chairman Eugenio Lopez Jr with current
senator Sergio Osmena III and their States-side exile), Basta't Kasama Kita/Always Being With You,
"Hataw Na/Dance!", Home Sic Home, Mangarap Ka/Dream On, Pare Ko/My Pal, Patayin Sa Sindak
Si Barbara/Kill Barbara with Fear, Tapang Sa Tapang/Courage with Courage, Asero,
Bukas...Bibitayin Si Itay-Father Will Be Executed Tomorrow, Matimbang Pa Sa Dugo/Thicker than
Blood, and the movie adaptations ofIpaglaban MoandPrincess Sarah.

ABS-CBN airs the first ever Filipino tele-movie (made-for-TV movie) shot on 16-millimeter
film.

ABS-CBN is the first Philippine media network to use a computerized weather satellite
system.

ABS-CBN is the first Philippine media network to have a full satellite transmission covering
the entire mainland of the United States.

ABS-CBN, with the UGAT Foundation, launches the annual Bayaning Pilipino Awards
(renamed Gawad Geny Lopez Jr), aiming to give recognition to unheralded Filipinos (individuals,
families and organization) serving their fellowmen.
ABS-CBN capitalizes on subscription base of the newly-built cable TV company affiliate Sky
Cable.

ABS-CBN expands its global market from United States to other various parts of the world,
including the Middle East, Asia-Pacific and Europe.

ABS-CBN launches the 24-hour all-Filipino cable-satellite broadcast service by ABS-CBN


International in the United States, followed by various launchings in various territories in Middle East
(Dubai and Jeddah), Asia Pacific (Hong Kong) and Europe (Milan) in the next 10 years.

Provincial radio network Amcara Broacasting Network leased by ABS-CBN.

ABS-CBN links up with Hughes satellite G-4 as TFC gets 25,000 paying subscribers.

ABS-CBN gave birth to TFCKo, the Philippines' first TV network-based global IPTV service.

ABS-CBN Sarimanok News Network (now ANC) was integrated to Windows 95 and 98
(including Plus! version) web widgets.

DYAB 1512 Cebu, the first ever provincial AM radio station of ABS-CBN, was launched.

March: ABS-CBN Telecom is incorporated in ABS-CBNs office in North America. Moreover,


TFC is launched in Guam.

January 15: ABS-CBN and other local TV networks join international media in covering
the Catholic Church International World Youth Day and 2nd Visit of Pope John Paul II in the
Philippines, with special coverage rights awarded to GMA.

February 2: ABS-CBN is the first Philippine media network to expand into music recording
production and distribution as it incorporates the music recording company Star Records, which
goes on producing the music albums of the network's artists like Pops Fernandez, Jamie Rivera,
Roselle Nava, Tootsie Guevarra, Jolina Magdangal and Jeremiah, and the soundtracks of the various
Star Cinema movies

October 20: ABS-CBN is the first Philippine media network to have its own merchandising
spin-off items in local and worldwide markets as it incorporates its merchandising arm Star Magic
Incorporated (new name: ABS-CBN Creative Products), selling merchandise featuring the network's
various TV shows

November 23: ABS-CBN incorporates Roadrunner Network, the organization of the best
Philippine post-production companies aiming to serve the needs of the advertising and film
industries.
1996

ABS-CBN launches the variety show Alas Singko Y Medya (5:30) the first ever morning
newscast/variety show running for the next decade and Star Music Video, featuring the music videos
of the ABS-CBN stars its first telenovella or Latin American drama Maria Mercedes from Mexico's
Televisa, starring popular Mexican TV actress Thalia, who gets the Best Actress Award in a Mexican
TV awards festival for her portrayal in the drama series, more Latin American dramas like Lazos de
Amor (Ribbons of Love) and Illusiones (Illusions), the current affairs show Balitang K, cartoons such
as Double Dragon, Cro, Blazing Dragons, Hyperman, Ang Mahiwagang Kuwintas, Littlest Pet Shop,
Magic Knight Rayearth, Conan & the Young Warriors, the Little Women series, The Slayers, What A
Mess, Zenki, Mga Munting Pangarap ni Romeo, Zorro, Hiawatha, Wind in the Willows, Adventures of
T-Rex, Conan-The Adventurer and King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table

ABS-CBN hosts the media special The 50th Anniversary Handog Pasasalamat, celebrating ABS-
CBN's 50th anniversary as a media-communications corporation.

Events took a turn on ABS-CBN this year.

ABS-CBN Regional Network Stations begin broadcasting at 25KW and airs 2 shows on nationwide
broadcast making them available to the nationwide audiences except Manila audiences. ABS-CBN
RNG also launched Davao and Cebu versions of ANG TV and regional newscast and talk show
Banat Visayas... Sulong Mindanao!

ABS-CBN Star Cinema presents Madrasta/Stepmom, Magic Temple, Ama-Ina-Anak (Father-Mother-


Child), Hangga't May Hininga/To The Last Breath, May Nagmamahal Sa Iyo/Someone Loves You,
Isa...Dalawa...Takbo/One...Two...Run, Kung Kaya Mo...Kaya Ko Rin/If You Can Do It So Can I, Mula
Noon Hanggang Ngayon (Then and Now), Sa Aking Mga Kamay/In My Hands, Utol/Brother, and
movie adaptations of ABS-CBN Manila shows Mara Clara, Ang TV, Oki Doki Dok and Cedie Ang
Munting Prinsipe, the ABS-CBN Cebu show Milyonaryong Mini and ABS-CBN's radio station DWRR-
Radio Romance.

ABS-CBN launches the nationwide FM radio network STAR Radio, which later became My Only
Radio For Life (MOR For Life) ABS-CBN captures a huge 49.4% of the total advertising industry.

ABS-CBN launches its merchandising arm Star Magic Incorporated, thru its signature store Studio
One. ABS-CBN, via the ABS-CBN Foundation, and other Philippine TV stations join the Southeast
Asian Foundation for Children's Television, aiming to uplift standards of children's shows in the
Philippines and Southeast Asia.

ABS-CBN becomes the 1st Philippine media network to be honored with a commemorative stamp by
the Philippine government, in celebration of its 50 years of existence.

ABS-CBN covers the 1996 ARMM Elections and the APEC Ministrial and Economic Leader's
Meeting held in Manila together with SNN and Studio 23.

ABS-CBN, via the ABS-CBN Foundation, and other Philippine TV stations joined the Southeast
Asian Foundation for Children's Television, aiming to uplift standards of children's shows in the
Philippines and Southeast Asia.

1st quarter: ABS-CBN's primetime shows suffer from poor Metro Manila ratings due to high Metro
Manila ratings and eventual popularity of Marimar, the first Tagalog-dubbed Latin American drama
from Mexico's Televisa starring Mexican TV actress Thalia, showing on RPN.

2nd quarter: ABS-CBN cuts the 1-hour TV Patrol to 30 minutes, moves its daytime drama series
Mara Clara to primetime slot occupying its RPN counterpart Marimar, and premieres Maria
Mercedes. In time for its 50th anniversary as a media-communications corporation, it succeeds
repelling the Marimar craze as it makes Mara Clara the number 1 primetime show toppling Marimar
from the top slot after 2 months and regains its primetime shows' high Metro Manila ratings and high
Metro Manila audience shares.

June: ABS-CBN is the Philippine TV network with the biggest nationwide audience share of 77%, as
it holds 49% audience share in Metro Manila and 81% audience share in the regions. ABS-CBN's
reach expands to over 95% of the Philippine archipelago--the widest TV coverage of a TV network
then.

October 12: ABS-CBN launches the UHF Channel Studio 23, making it the new home of ABS-CBN
Manila's English-language shows (and later its Tagalog-dubbed cartoons). Studio 23 becomes the
number 1 Philippine UHF channel in Mega Manila in 6 months and slowly being the overall number 3
channel in Mega Manila.

December: ABS-CBN Telecom launches Sarimanok One, the only rechargeable pre-paid phonecard
with a rewards program for Filipinos in North America.

1996-2000
Studio 23 begins telecasting local shows like News 23 (replace News Central) and Breakfast. Other
local shows premiered on the channel like Guide to Urban Living and Points of View, Other English-
language local shows from other networks, like Game Plan and Travel Time move in to Studio 23.

1997

ABS-CBN reaches to 97% of the archipelago.

ABS-CBN airs the dramas Oka Tokat (I'm Afraid), Wansapanatym (Once Upon A Time), Mula sa
Puso (From The Heart), Tabing Ilog (Riverbank), Flames, Calvento Files, the Bantay Bata media
project and Esperanza-the highest rated local show in Philippine TV history, the foreign shows
Marisol and Earth Link, the comedies Spice Boys, Kaya ni Mister, Kaya ni Misis (The Mister Can Do
It...So Can the Missus), Onli in da Pilipins (Only in the Philippines), and the revived pre-1972 version
of Super Laff-In, the newscast La Nina Watch due to the El Nino and La Nina climate phenomena
hitting the world then, the variety show Kaybol-Ang Bagong TV, the weekly Filipino movie features
Cine Fiesta and Star Cinema Presents-featuring the Star Cinema movies, the current affairs shows
Assignment and Usapang Business (Business Talk) AND the talk shows Dong Puno Live and Today
with Kris Aquino.

ABS-CBN airs special events this 1997.

ABS-CBN airs the Binibining Pilipinas Contest for the first time. ABS-CBN covers the rallies against
the Ramos administration's plans for Charter Change. In commemoration of the 25th anniversary of
the declaration of Martial Law, ABS-CBN airs the independently-produced Batas Militar-Martial Law
in the Philippines.

Events take a turn for ABS-CBN this year.

ABS-CBN's DWRR changes into campus radio format catering to a wider audience. ABS-CBN
Regional's 14 radio stations begin dialect-specific and local programming, boosting ratings. ABS-
CBN inaugurates its regional broadcast complexes in nationwide cities such as Dagupan, Iloilo,
Cebu and Davao. ABS-CBN Star Cinema opens the international movie Goodbye America in co-
production with foreign filmmaker Pacific Hollywood.

ABS-CBN foundation introduces the Bantay Bata 163 division and the Bayan Microfinance project.
ABS-CBN Star Cinema releases the hits Amanos-Patas Ang Laban (Fair Fight), Ang Pulubi At Ang
Prinsesa (The Princess and the Pauper), Batang PX (Amboy), Biyudo Si Daddy...Biyuda Si Mommy
(Daddy is A Widower...Mommy is A Widow), "I Do...I Die...Diyos Ko Day (My God!)", "Paano Ang
Puso Ko (How About My Heart?)", Lahar-Paraisong Abo (Haven of Ashes), NBI: The Mariano Mison
Story, Ligaya Ang Itawag Mo Sa Akin (Call Me Joy), Wala Ka Nang Puwang Sa Mundo (You Have
No Right to Live in this World), Langit Sa Piling Mo (Heaven At Your Side), Ikaw Pala Ang Mahal Ko
(So You Are My Love), Sabi Mo Mahal Mo Ako...Walang Bawian (You Said You Love Me...No
Regrets), Hanggang Kailan Kita Mamahalin (When Can I Still Love You), Wanted Perfect Murder,
Iskalawag-Ang Batas Ay Batas (The Law is Law), Kokey, the movie version of the Tagalog-dubbed
cartoon Ghost Fighter, and the movie adaptations of Ipaglaban Mo (the second time), Calvento Files
and Flames.

Studio 23 premieres foreign shows Dawson's Creek, Charmed, Oprah, Party of 5 and variety shows
from cable channel MTV.

March 16: ABS-CBN launches its 2nd provincial AM radio station DXAB 1296 in Davao after 3
months of test broadcast

June: ABS-CBN is the Philippine TV network with the biggest audience share, as it holds 41%
audience share in Metro Manila and 71% audience share in the regions.

November: ABS-CBN Telecom in partnership with Bayantel, announces its home country direct
service called 1237-00 BayanKollect sa America.

December: Eugenio Lopez Jr. turns over the ABS-CBN chairmanship to son Eugenio Lopez III.
Freddie Garcia becomes the network's president. TFC is launched in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
with Arab Radio and Television.

1998

Nationwide TV audience is 10.6 million, with ABS-CBN as the most widely-watched network getting
Metro Manila audience share of 48% and regional audience share of 98%.

ABS-CBN airs the drama shows Star Mini-Series (featuring the dramas Sa Sandaling Kailangan Mo
Ako (The Moment You Need Me) and Nagmamahal Pa Rin Sa Iyo (Still Loving You), Marinella,
Katapat (Your Equal: Mayor Fred Lim) and Munting Paraiso (Small Haven), the foreign shows
Alondra and Kassandra the comedies Pwedeng-Pwede (Can Really Be), Tara Jing Potpot and
Richard Loves Lucy, The talk shows Sharon with Sharon Cuneta, Feel At Home, Jullie and Martin
Late @ Nite with Martin Nievera. the variety shows Magandang Tanghali Bayan (Happy Noontime to
Our Dear Nation), Sabado Live (The Live Saturday Show), Sarap TV, Keep on Dancing and
Cyberkada, the cartoons Charlotte, the Saber Marionette series, the B'TX series, Georgie, Tom
Sawyer, Huck Finn, Snow White, The Musketeers, Heidi, Young Robin Hood and Tico and Friends,
the newscasts The Weekend News and Global News the current affairs shows Pipol (People), The
Correspondents, Sports Unlimited and F the educational shows Knowledge Power, Math-Tinik
(Smart in Math) and Epol Apple.

ABS-CBN Regional produces more regional shows such as the regional dramas Balod Ikaw Gapnod
Ako and Bunga sa Patay Nga Kahoy (From Dried Wood), the regional comedies Matud Nila Baby,
the regional variety shows Sabado Jam (Saturday Jam), Zambo Jambo, Awitanghalan-The Singing
Contest, and the Regional Boxing Knockout.

ABS-CBN covers the media special Pagdiriwang ng Bayan (A Nation's Celebration: The Expo
Filipino Inaugural Special), the grand opening of the Expo Filipino for the 100th anniversary of the
Declaration of Philippine Independence.

ABS-CBN covers Halalan '98, the media coverage of the Philippine national elections that sees the
win of Joseph Estrada as president, Gloria Macapagal Arroyo as vice president, and ABS-CBN news
personality Loren Legarda as senator the fatal Cebu Pacific airplane crash in Cagayan De Oro

Events take a turn on ABS-CBN this year.

ABS-CBN airs 98% local programming with 200 show episodes weekly.

ABS-CBN launches the new professional basketball league Metropolitan Basketball Association
(MBA), with the entire league's sports coverage airing over ABS-CBN and Studio 23.

ABS-CBN Star Cinema presents Bata, Bata Paano Ka Ginawa (How is A Child Made?), Ang Lalaki
sa Buhay ni Selya (The Man in Selya's Life), Labs Kita, Okay Ka Lang (I Love You...Are Your OK?),
Magandang Hatinggabi (Good Midnight), Muling Ibalik and Tamis ng Pag-Ibig (Bring Back the
Sweetness of Love), "Ala Eh Con Bisoy... Hale, Hale Hoy! Laging Panalo ang Mga Unggoy", April-
May-June, Birador (Sharpshooter), Dahil Mahal Na Mahal Kita (Because I Love You So Much),
"Haba Baba Doo! Puti Puti Poo!", Hiling (Wish), Kay Tagal Kang Hinintay (Waiting For You So Long),
Kung Ayaw Mo Huwag Mo (If You Do Not...Just Not Do), Mystrio, Nagbibinata (Adolescence),
Notoryus (Notorious), Pagdating Ng Panahon (When Time Comes), Puso Ng Pasko (Heart of
Christmas), Tatlo...Magkasalo (Gathering of Three), Tong Tatlong Tatay Kong Pakitong-Kitong.

Star Cinema movies start airing in various international cable and satellite media networks.

ABS-CBN incorporates ABS-CBN Publishing, the publisher of Metro, Working Mom, TV Guide, Star
Studio, Guide, Food and Pink Magazines.

ABS-CBN opens the theater operations group Cinemagica and the sing-along channel Videoke
Channel.

ABS-CBN Foundation launches the Bantay Kalikasan division, as it starts collecting 5 million
signatures demanding the ratification of the decade-old Clean Air Act, now a law.

ABS-CBN's Foundation-Bantay Kalikasan's Save the La Mesa Watershed Project begins reforesting
the denuded 50% of the forest surrounding La Mesa Dam, Metro Manila's primary water source.

ABS-CBN gets new companion on the TV landscape--Channel 11 with ZOE Broadcasting Network
of television evangelist Eddie Villanueva as owner.

ABS-CBN owns 48% audience share in Metro Manila.

February: ABS-CBN TFCDirect! makes the switch from analog to digital transmission for superior
broadcast quality.

June 12: ABS-CBN covers the nationwide events of the 100th Anniversary of the Declaration of
Philippine Independence.

September 14: ABS-CBN integrated news-gathering as they deployed the first-of-its-kind, the first
ever news chopper Sky Patrol.

October: ABS-CBN features special plugs and programs as it celebrates 45 years as a TV company
and the 45th anniversary of Philippine TV.
1999

ABS-CBN airs dramas like Judy Ann Drama Specials, Saan Ka Man Naroroon (Wherever You Are)
and Labs Ko Si Babe/I Love Babe, foreign shows like Chabelita and Young Hercules cartoons such
Neon Genesis Evangelion, Tenchi-Muyo, Megaman, Isami and the Men in Black animation series,
the first Tagalog-language late-night newscast Pulso Aksyon Balita (Pulse: News in Action) and
current affairs shows Pinoy Exposed and Loren.

Events take a turn on ABS-CBN this year.

ABS-CBN covers the cultural media special Kulturang Handog sa Bayan: Alay ng ABS-CBN at
Sentrong Pangkultura ng Pilipinas (Cultural Gift to the Nation: Offering of ABS-CBN and Cultural
Center of the Philippines).

ABS-CBN holds Floodwatch, the special coverage on the annual torrential floods in Metro Manila
and nationwide.

ABS-CBN launches Web Patrol, the first newscast on the web in the Philippines and Asia, linking
with ABC News and CNN.

ABS-CBN inaugurated its new Millennium TV transmitter at Sgt, Esguerra Broadcast Complex, a
650-foot TV transmitter tower, at that time, the worlds most powerful at 120 kW of output power.

ABS-CBN successfully expands programming from 5:30am to 1:30am the next day.

ABS-CBN Entertainment opens the international movie Legacy with David Hasselhoff (of Baywatch
series aired on ABS-CBN) and Donita Rose.

ABS-CBN Star Cinema presents Isusumbong Kita Sa Tatay Ko (I'll Tell That to My Father) with Judy
Ann Santos and legendary Filipino movie actor Fernando Poe Jr., becoming the number 1 most
widely-watched movie in Philippine cinema history then, besting the epic movie Jose Rizal. Other
Star Cinema movie releases are Abel Villarama: Armado (Armed), Alyas Pogi-Ang Pagbabalik (The
Return of Codename Handsome), Di Pwedeng Hindi Pwede (Should Not Be Never), Hey Babe,
Isprikitik-Walastik Kung Pumitik, Kahapon May Dalawang Bata (There Were Two Children
Yesterday), Mahal Na Kung Mahal (I Insist on Loving You), Soltera (Spinster), Suspek (Suspect), Tar-
San, Tigasin (Hardened), "Tik Tak Toys... My Kolokotoys!", "Type Kita... Walang Kokontra!", Weder-
weder Lang 'Yan (Just with the Weather) and movie adaptations of Esperanza, Mula Sa Puso, Gimik
and Wansapanataym
PETA makes ABS-CBN its official drama festival station.

The State of the Vatican appoints ABS-CBN as the official station of the Catholic Church Jubilee
Year 2000.

January 29: ABS-CBN incorporates ABS-CBN Interactive.

June 28: ABS-CBN reports its chairman emeritus Eugenio Lopez Jr dies from cancer.

July: Esperanza gets 58% rating for its episode, the highest rating in Philippine TV history before the
Year 2000. TFC is launched in Australia as a premium channel together with Cinema One.

December 24: ABS-CBN covers the Christmas Eve Midnight Mass at the State of Vatican, starting
the network's coverage of all activities of the Catholic Church Jubilee Year 2000.

December 31: ABS-CBN has 18 shows occupying the top 20 slots in the annual ratings reports.

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2000

ABS-CBN launches the drama Pangako Sa'yo (My Promise To You/The Promise)-the first
teleserye cinematic TV series, the comedy Arriba, Arriba! the foreign shows Rosalinda (the highest-
rated foreign show of all time in Philippine TV), Camila, Nino Felipin (A Child Called Felipin),
Daniela's Diary-El Diario del Daniela, Pura Sangre (Pure Hatred) and Mystic Knights of Tir Na Nog,
the talk show Off the Record the current affairs shows Barangay Dos and Isyu 101 (Issues 101), the
newscast ABS-CBN Headlines with main anchor Erwin Tulfo (whom Karen Davila, Pia Hontiveros
and Tony Velasquez replace later), the educational show Pahina (Page) the cartoons Angie Girl,
Swiss Family Robinson and Magic Girls, Studio 23 begins airing the basketball games of the
University Athletic Association of the Philippines (UAAP) and foreign shows like Survivor, Spin City,
West Wing, Will and Grace.

ABS-CBN airs live coverage of the events this 2000.


January 1: ABS-CBN and other local TV networks join international media draws the biggest
metropolitan and nationwide audience welcoming Year 2000, first year of the third millennium by
popular belief, with a special live marathon worldwide broadcast THE GRAND ABS-CBN
WORLDWIDE CELEBRATION OF THE NEW MILLENNIUM. The network's top-rating broadcast
includes 4 network-sponsored dusk-to-dawn millennium parties at Rizal Park, The Fort, Quezon
Memorial Circle and Alabang Town Center and live coverage of millennium midnight celebrations all
over Metro Manila, across the Philippines and around the world.

December: ABS-CBN covers the days of the Senate impeachment trial of President Estrada
via the top-rating marathon coverage On Trial: A Nation in Crisis with ABS-CBN anchor Tina Monzon
Palma and ANC anchor Katrina Legarda, plus legal experts including Atty. Francis Escudero. ABS-
CBN airs the Christmas special A Christmas Prayer, in relation to the country's present crises.

ABS-CBN begins covering the turbulent events in the government's all-out war versus rebel
forces in Mindanao.

Events take a turn at ABS-CBN this year.

ABS-CBN embarks on media digitization when the network changes it's corporate and
present logo having the ABS on the top and the CBN in the bottom, coined as one.

ABS-CBN was the official TV station of the Roman Catholic Jubilee Year 2000.

ABS-CBN Star Cinema releases Daddy O! Baby O!, Ex-con, Kahit Isang Saglit/Just One
Moment, Minsan Minahal Kita (I Loved You Once), Tunay Na Tunay, Gets Mo? Gets Ko! (Really
Real...Get It? Got It!), Tanging Yaman (Only Treasure), Anak/Child, the highest grossing Filipino
movie in Philippine cinema history besting Isusumbong Kita sa Tatay Ko.

ABS-CBN's Star Records launches Himig Handog (Hymn Offering Song Fest) competition
and starts the series of the song fest awarding media specials and begins releasing the Himig
Handog album series.

ABS-CBN Star Records releases Jubilaeum-In The Fullness of Time (the album for Jubilee
2000), Ay, Ay, Ay, Pag-ibig (Hurtful Love), Teen Hearts, On Memory Lane and Heart and Soul.

ABS-CBNs Takbo Para sa Kalikasan was the first run-for-a-cause program done by a TV
network, in line with its network slogan, In The Service of the Filipino, with the help of ABS-CBN
Foundation. Presently, Takbo Para Sa Kalikasan is under the management of ABS-CBNs Bantay
Kalikasan, with its new title Takbo Para sa Ilog Pasig for the rehabilitation of the Pasig River, the
first media network-based run-for-a-cause program.
13 July ABS-CBNs foreign show Rosalinda garnered with NUTAM ratings of 69%, the
highest rated Mexicanovela on Philippine TV.

2000-Present

ABS-CBN begins exporting local shows to media networks in various countries in Asia-Pacific, Africa
and Latin America.

Studio 23 begins airing the following shows and live coverage: local shows like Sports
Report, Sundays for Skeptics, The Explorer (new name: Team Explorer), The Key of David and
Digital Tour, foreign dramas like CSI, Charmed, Popular, Smallville, Mutant X, Las Vegas, Birds of
Prey, Alias and Buffy (originally from RPN), foreign comedies like Yes Dear, Just Shoot Me, Mr.
Bean, Gilmore Girls, Will and Grace and Two and A Half Men, foreign talk shows Jenny Jones,
Spotlight TV and Reel Deal, live coverages of the Miss USA, Miss Universe and Miss Teen USA
Pageant (from CBS), the Emmy Awards and the Grammy Awards, live coverage of basketball events
in the Philippine Basketball League (PBL) and National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA)

2001

ABS-CBN premieres the following shows this 2001.

the comedies Whattamen, Attagirl, Mary D' Potter, Da Body and Da Guard (new name: Da Pilya and
Da Pilot (The Naughty Girl and the Pilot) and Eto Na Ang Susunod Na Kabanata (Here's the Next
Episode)-the revived version of Abangan Ang Susunod na Kabanata, the dramas Sa Dulo ng
Walang Hanggan (Until the End of Forevermore), Sa Puso Ko Iingatan Ka (I'll Keep You Safe in My
Heart), Recuerdo de Amor (Memories of Love) and Kabalikat Loren Legarda and K2BU, the current
affairs shows Balitang Kris (News with Kris Aquino), Sapul Kayo Diyan (You're Hit There), Mission X,
"Verum Est: Totoo Ba Ito (Is It True?)", True Crime, "Kakasa Ka Ba/Can You Outlast?", Private
Conversations with Boy Abunda and Meron Akong Kuwento (I've Got Some Story to Tell and
Scandals, Intrigues, Mysteries), the variety shows Magandang Tanghali Bayan (Happy Noontime to
Our Dear Nation), Sabado Live (The Live Saturday Show), Game Ka Na Ba? (Are You Ready to
Game?)", the talk shows Kris and Tell and Talk TV, foreign shows Alicia and Tres Mujeres (Three
Ladies), the weekly movie feature FPJ Action Cinema featuring the movies of legendary Filipino actor
Fernando Poe Jr.
ABS-CBN airs media specials like Boto Mo, Kinabukasan Ko (Your Vote for My Future), the first
musical special in preparation for the national elections solely produced by ABS-CBN, the series of
Miss Philippines-Earth and Miss Earth pageants, the star-studded musical special Summer Sail with
Pops Fernandez and the various ABS-CBN talents shot in the various local tourist places and the
network's Christmas special Sama Sama Tayo Ngayong Pasko (Let's Get Together This Christmas).

ABS-CBN airs live coverage of events of 2001.

January 1: ABS-CBN airs Countdown to 2001: The Weekend News Special Edition with anchor
Erwin Tulfo featuring New Year events in Metro Manila.

January 2-20: ABS-CBN covers the final days of the President Estrada impeachment trial via On
Trial: A Nation in Crisis, and the reprisal of the EDSA Revolution that unseats Estrada as president
and makes Vice President Gloria MacapagalArroyothe new president via the top-rating marathon
broadcast EDSA Dos.

May 1: ABS-CBN covers the Siege of Malacanang and theMendiola Riots, days before the
national elections, as it becomes victim to the rage ofsupportersof former President Estrada wanting
to unseat PresidentArroyo, with P7 million pesos worth of damaged equipment and property.

May 14: ABS-CBN covers the Philippine national elections that sees the win of ABS-CBN
news personality Noli de Castro as senator and the senatorial candidates sponsored by President
Arroyo via the marathon coverage Halalan 2001.

September 11: ABS-CBN's Ces Datu, then studying at New York, breaks news of the World
Trade Center Terrorist Attacks to the worldwide Filipino audiences, starting off the network's 9/11
special coverage. In response to 9/11, ABS-CBN sets up its News Bureaus in North America and
Middle East, with respective heads Ging Reyes and Danny Buenafe.

4th Quarter: ABS-CBN begins covering post-9/11 events in countries in Asia-Pacific and
Middle East. October: ABS-CBN is the first Philippine network to enter and report live from
Afghanistan after the US-led coalition troops liberate the Afghans from the Taliban government in the
American-led War in Afghanistan.

November: ABS-CBN's ANC covers the funeral rites for its long-time talent- Filipino movie/TV
actress Nida Blanca, whose murder is still under investigation.
ABS-CBN finished building its newest ELJ Communications Center, a 44 square meters area, 17-
storey building that added more facilities to ABS-CBN.

Events take a turn for ABS-CBN this year.

As a new programming strategy, ABS-CBN airs the afternoon editions of The


Correspondents and Pipol, with series of new current affairs shows.

Studio 23 launches shows like the drama Angel and the reality show Temptation Island.

ABS-CBN's Star Cinema releases Mila, "Bakit 'Di Totohanin/Why Can't You Make Your Act
Real?", La Vida Rosa (The Rosy Life), "Narinig Mo Na Ba Ang L8est? (Have You Heard the Latest?)
OopsTeka Lang...Diskarte Ko 'To (Oops...Wait...It's My Game), Hostage, Trip and Bagong Buwan
(New Moon).

ABS-CBN's Star Records launches the albums Lord...Heal Our Land (in English and
Tagalog) and Red Alert.

ABS-CBN's Video-OK Channel and Pinoy Blockbuster Channel become MYX and Cinema
One, respectively.

ABS-CBN launches Text 2366, the first Philippine chat-via-text cable channel. ABS-CBN
begins taping its nationwide shows from various countries outside the Philippines.

2002

ABS-CBN premieres the following shows: local dramas Kay Tagal Kang Hinintay (The Long
Wait/Long Have I Waited for You) and Bituin (Star), the comedies OK Fine Whatever and
Klasmeyts/Classmates, the talk show Morning Girls, the newscast Dong Puno Tonight with the
returning Atty. Dong Puno, foreign shows Alias (which transfers to Studio 23), Night Visions, Eco
Moda (sequel to the worldwide hit Latin American drama Yo Soy Betty La Fea (Betty The Ugly One)
airing on GMA), Wheels of Love (Subete A Mi Moto), Cristina, Paloma, Romantica-Romantica
Obsesion (Obsessed Romantic), Nunca Te Olvidare (I Will Always Love You) and Daniela and the
current affairs show Willingly Yours and Etcetera

ABS-CBN begins airing specials this year.


the cause-oriented special Children-Peace-Hope

the cause-oriented and award-winning One Night with Regine Velasquez for Bantay Bata

the award-winning Christmas special Isang Pamilya Isang Puso Ngayong Pasko/One Family
One Heart This Christmas, the first Christmas special broadcast over ABS-CBN's TV, radio and
internet platforms

ABS-CBN airs the special coverage of events this 2002.

January 1: ABS-CBN airs the New Year midnight show Countdown2002 with Mari Kaimo
and Karen Davila as hosts featuring the live New Year celebrations in Metro Manila and around the
Philippines.

April: ABS-CBN breaks news from Palawan of the death of its talent--popular
actor/host/comedian Rico Yan--then covers the mourning rites and the funeral rites via Paalam Rico,
Mahal Naming Kapamilya/Goodbye Rico, Our DearFamily Member.

Events take a turn for ABS-CBN this year.

ABS-CBN begins the tradition of airing the star-studded plugs for Summer Season (Ang
Saya ng Summer/Summer is Funfor 2002) and Christmas Season (Isang Pamilya Isang Puso
Ngayong Pasko/One Family One Heart This Christmasfor 2002).

ABS-CBN airs the plug for the Rainy Season 2002.

Studio 23 airs reality-based variety showsThe Next Joe Millionaire, Top Gear, The
BachelorandTheBachelorette.

ABS-CBN's Star Cinema releases the movies Got 2 Believe, Dekada '70/The 1970's,
Kailangan Kita/I Need You, Jologs, Nine Mornings, Forevermore, Videoke King, Kung Ikaw Ay Isang
Panaginip/If You're Just A Dream.

ABS-CBN's Star Records sells albums like Seasons (by Jamie Rivera), Transitions of Carol
Banawa, Buhay Jazz, Mass for Peace and Children-Peace-Hope.

ABS-CBN Middle East Bureau opens, with Danny Buenafe as Bureau Head.

ABS-CBN North America Bureau opens, with Ging Reyes as Bureau Head.

ABS-CBN's Alas Singko Y Medya transforms to Magandang Umaga Bayan/Good Morning to


Our Dear Nation with Julius Babao, Cheryl Cosim, Erwin Tulfo, Pia Guanio and Bobby Yan as main
hosts plus Edu Manzano, Cheri Mercado, Tintin Bersola, Amy Perez, Nina Corpuz and Bernadette
Sembrano as additional hosts.

ABS-CBN Foundation-Bantay Kalikasan's newest project Bantay Usok/Smoke Belch Watch


opens.

May: ABS-CBN Middle East reports on the escalating conflict in the Middle East-the
precursor to the 2003 war in Iraq.

4th Quarter: ABS-CBN North America reports exclusives on the families of Filipino-
American soldiers affected on the impending war in Iraq.

October 4: ABS-CBN airs the breast cancer awareness/prevention telethon Ang


Hinaharap/The Future over Studio 23 with Korina Sanchez as project director, raising P3 million in
funds for the Philippine Breast Cancer Network.

2003

ABS-CBN premieres new shows like

dramas like Berks (Filipino slang for Barkada/Gang), Darating Ang Umaga (Morning
Comes), Basta't Kasama Kita/Whenever I'm With You,Sana'y Wala Nang Wakas/Timeless/Hope
There's No End, It Might Be You, "Tara Tena (Come On! Let's Go!)" and the TV adaptation of the
Star Cinema movie Tanging Yaman

comedies "Bida Si Mister...Bida Si Misis (The Mister is the Boss...The Missus is Also the
Boss)" and the box office hit movie turned top rater TV show Ang Tanging Ina/No Ordinary Mother
talk shows Teysi, Showbiz Sabado (Showbiz Saturday) and Dong Puno Live

variety shows Star in A Million (originally a segment in ASAP Mania) and "Next Level Na!
Game Ka Na Ba? (It's the Next Level! Are You Game?)"

the newscast Insider

educational show Chicken, Pork, At Iba Pa (Chicken, Pork and Others) (with new
name Kumikitang Kabuhayan (Profitable Business)

current affairs shows Private I , Kontrobersyal (Controversial),

cartoons like Cooking Master Boy, the Crush Gear and Bey Blade series, Yugi-Oh, Maggie,
Rolie Polie Olie and Rainbow Fish
the Meteor Garden series (Meteor Garden 1, Meteor Rain and Meteor Garden 2)- the first
daily Chinese drama-comedy and the first daily Asian drama that set the trend of Asian dramas and
Asian drama-comedies on Philippine TV

more foreign shows like Gata Salvaje, Solita Mi Amor (La Revancha), Girls Marching On, Por
Ti (For You) and Luisa (La Hija de Jardinero), Love Scar, Eternity-A Chinese Ghost Story, 100 Deeds
for Eddie McDowd, the 24 drama series and the record-breaking Latin American drama
Altagracia/La Mujer de Judas

ABS-CBN introduces programming changes in 2003.

ASAP becomes ASAP Mania still hosted by Martin Nievera and Zsa Zsa Padilla with new
recruits including Kuh Ledesma and Gary Valenciano.

Willie Revillame's Willingly Yours morphs to Simpleng Hiling (Simple Wish) with Karen
Davila.
Morning Girls becomes Morning Girls with Kris and Korina with Kris Aquino and Korina
Sanchez.

Magandang Tanghali Bayan becomes Masayang Tanghali Bayan/Merry Noontime with


hosts--returning Willie Revillame, Randy Santiago, John Estrada, Aiai delas Alas and Bentong with
new recruits Mickey Ferriols, Tado, Jaboom Twins, Cindy Kurleto, Aubrey Miles, Angelica Jones,
Mahal and Mura.

Home Along da Riles becomes Home Along da Airport, still starring Dolphy, Nova Villa and
the stars dubbed as the Cosme Family, with new faces like Camille Pratts, Long Mejia, Dennis
Padilla and Aubrey Miles.

ABS-CBN revives Dong Puno Live still with Atty. Dong Puno with new co-host Doris Bigornia.

ABS-CBN revives Assignment as Special Assignment with hosts Luchi Cruz-Valdez, Henry
Omaga Diaz, Julius Babao and Connie Sison.

ABS-CBN introduced the special plugs like

the plugs for the 50th Anniversary of Philippine Television and ABS-CBN Television
the traditional Christmas Plug for 2003

ABS-CBN airs well-loved specials this 2003 like

the series of specials on the stars of the phenomenal Asian drama-


comedy Meteor Garden series and their visits to Manila

Sunday Golden Specials, the series of specials in celebration of the 50th Anniversary of
Philippine Television and ABS-CBN Television

Happy 50 TV: The Concert, the TV special on the concert in celebration of the 50th
Anniversary of Philippine Television and ABS-CBN Television featuring the ABS-CBN stars with the
cast of the Meteor Garden series

The ABS-CBN 2003 Year-Ender Report, the TV special on the historic events of 2003 hosted
by Atty. Dong Puno and Tina Monzon Palma

the musical special Lagi Kitang Naaalala (Always Remembering You)

ABS-CBN also had live coverage of national events of 2003.

January 1: ABS-CBN holds the special New Year broadcast Countdown to 2003 hosted by
Ces Drilon at The Fort and Atty. Dong Puno at Quezon Avenue, featuring special year-end reports
and New Year celebrations in The Fort and Quezon Avenue and various cities in the Philippines and
worldwide.

Late January: ABS-CBN reports on the celebration of the 4th World Meeting of Families in
Manila where Pope John Paul II, instead of attending the event due to illness, gives a live message
from Rome to the delegates in Manila.

February: ABS-CBN becomes the one and only Philippine broadcaster to send its news
team to the city of Baghdad in Iraq before, during and after the American-led war on Iraq of 2003 for
its coverage Attack sa Iraq. The ABS-CBN Baghdad News Team with the ABS-CBN Bureaus in
North America and Middle East work alongside with media giants CNN, CBS and Reuters. Among
the news personalities sent to the Middle East were TV Patrol's Henry Omaga Diaz and The
Correspondents' Ed Lingao.
3rd Quarter: ABS-CBN reports on the controversial sexual harassment case on Catholic
bishop Teodoro Bacani and its eventual dismissal.

July: ABS-CBN covers the Oakwood Mutiny, the mutiny of junior military officers against the
government taking place in Oakwood Hotel in Metro Manila in the media broadcast Coup Alert: The
Oakwood Mutiny.

Events take a turn for ABS-CBN this year

During the 50th anniversary of the network, ABS-CBN launches its newest catchphrase
"Kapamilya"

ABS-CBN launches the Pinoy Central Television Channel, the international Filipino channel
featuring regional shows, sports events and live coverage of regional events.

ABS-CBN became the only Philippine broadcaster to send its news team to the city of
Baghdad, Iraq before, during and after the American-led war on Iraq.

ABS-CBN begins offering TFC to worldwide Filipino communities as a multi-media package


called TFC Bundle, combining 2 radio stations (DZMM and DWRR) and 4 TV stations (TFC Main,
ANC, Cinema One and Pinoy Central Television) in one subscription.

ABS-CBN's Star Cinema screened Till There Was You, Ngayong Nandito Ka/Now You're
Here, My First Romance, Mister Suave and Ang Tanging Ina/No Ordinary Mother, grossing to P178
million-the biggest in Philippine movie history-and adapting it to TV.

ABS-CBN gets its first award from the Komisyon ng Wikang Filipino (Filipino Language
Commission) for its wide use of the Filipino language in all its shows.

ABS-CBN's Star Records releases albums like the rosary-themed Awit sa Ina ng Santo
Rosaryo (Ode to Our Lady of the Most Holy Rosary) and Only Selfless Love (the soundtrack of the
4th World Meeting of Families in Manila).

January: ABS-CBN begins its year-long 50th Anniversary in Philippine Television and 50th
Anniversary of Philippine Television. It begins series of parties welcoming back all past and present
ABS-CBN stars, personalities, executives and employees, including the Father of Philippine
Television James Lindenberg.
February: Most of ABS-CBN's shows are simulcast via Studio 23--the first local media
network to attempt such.

May: ABS-CBN airs special features in memory of Rolly Cruz (born 27 October 1937), pre-
1972 ABS-CBN employee and post-1986 ABS-CBN executive, who dies. ABS-CBN broadcasted its
first Asianovela, the phenomenal Meteor Garden, starring Taiwans F4 and Barbie Xu. Meteor
Garden was also dubbed and garnered the highest rated Asianovela in the Philippine TV history, with
63.8% on the NUTAM.

October: ABS-CBN celebrates 50th Anniversary of Philippine Television and ABS-CBN


Television via the media network extravaganza Kapamilya (The Family): ABS-CBN @ 50 featuring all
ABS-CBN talents past and present and with all of the Philippines' well-known personalities in
attendance.

2004

ABS-CBN airs the following shows:

dramas like Marina, "Nginig! (Shivers!)", "SCQ Reload OK Ako! (I'm OK!)",
Hiram (Borrowed), Maid in Heaven, Krystala, Spirits, "Mangarap Ka! (Dream On!)", Sarah The Teen
Princess, and Seasons of Love
comedies Yes Yes Show and Pirated CD: Celebrity Disguises

talk shows Y Speak, Morning Star, the revived pre-1972 Impact now as The 2004 Edition,
Showbiz Number 1 and Lukso ng Dugo (Blood Ties)

variety shows ASAP Fanatic, Born Diva, "Pilipinas, Game Ka Na Ba?", To the Max, Trip Kita-
You're My Trip (Type of A Mate) and Star Circle Quest (some of them reality-based in response to
GMA's reality-based shows)

the daily Filipino movie feature Kapamilya Cinema (Family Cinema)

cartoons like Madeline, Gundam Seed, Naruto, Mister Bean, Cyborg 009, Fairy Tale Police
Department, Winx Club, Dear Boys, Enchanted Tales, Tokyo Underground, Funtastic Tales, Totally
Spies, Get Backers, Fruit Basket, Duel Masters, Hana Yori Dango/Boys and Cakes Are Better Than
Flowers (the cartoon from the comics of the same name-the origin of the Meteor Garden series) and
the worldwide hit computer game turned cartoon Ragnarok The Animation

newscasts TV Patrol Sabado/TV Patrol Saturday and TV Patrol Linggo/TV Patrol Sunday
current affairs shows Salamat Dok (Thanks Doctor), "Rated K-Handa Na Ba Kayo? (Are You
Ready?)", "Hoy Gising Kapamilya!/Wake Up Family!"

educational shows Art Jam, SILIP: Sining sa Lipunan (Art in Society) and Bear in The Big
Blue House

foreign shows like The Truth (the network's first K-Drama/Korean Drama), Westside Story,
Isabella/Isabella Mujer Enamorada (Isabella: A Woman in Love), Love in the City/Rich Boy Talented
Girl, Four Sisters, The Promise-Amor de Tarapaca (Love in the Vineyards), Masked Rider
Ryuki, Power Rangers Wild Force, Incredible Story Studio and Lovers in Paris

the Asian drama anthology Sandara's Romance-a first in Philippine TV-with Sandara Park
and featuring the Korean drama Sunshine of Love/Shining Days and the Chinese dramas Fantasy,
First Love, Feel 100% and Farewell Firefly (2005).

ABS-CBN introduces programming changes this 2004.

Feel at Home with Charlene morphs into At Home Ka Dito/At Home Here still with Charlene
Gonzales and (in 2005) Star Circle Questdiscoveries and co-hosts Joross Gamboa and Roxanne
Guinoo.
Morning Girls with Kris and Korina becomes Good Morning Kris with Kris Aquino going
solo Saya!/Happy Noontime-What Joy! with Edu Manzano, Aiai delas Alas, Mickey Ferriols and new
recruits Arnel Ignacio and the Viva Hot Babes.

ABS-CBN revives the phenomenal Star Circle Quest as top-rating Star Circle National Teen
Quest, making all its finalists including Paw Diaz, Aaron Villaflor and Grand Questor Erich Gonzales
(formerly Erich Gancayco) as household names.

Victim becomes the Victim daily reality show series Victim Extreme, Victim
Undercover and Undercover, still with Carlos Agassi as host.

The top-rating TV Patrol transforms into the top-rating TV Patrol World, with Julius Babao still
as anchor, adding Karen Davila and Ted Failon with co-anchor Nina Corpuz (whom Marie Lozano
and new recruit Phoemela Baranda replaces). Henry Omaga Diaz and Ces Drilon still act as anchors
to the weekend editions of TV Patrol World. Bernadette Sembrano replaces Ces, who becomes the
co-anchor of Atty. Dong Puno in Insider in 2005.

ABS-CBN premieres the following shows on Studio 23, like


Wazzup Wazzup, the 1st daily youth-oriented comedy newscast on Studio 23 with anchors
Vhong Navarro, Drew Arellano (with replacement Archie Alemania) and Toni Gonzaga (who enters
ABS-CBN in 2005)

Nginig The Hidden Files (Nginig: Paranormal Investigations), the extension of ABS-
CBN's Nginig, with hosts Spencer Reyes, Jhong Hilario, Danilo Barrios and Nico Manalo

the lifestyle shows In Fitness and in Health and The Good Life with Cory Quirino

the game show Techno Wars and Fight Box

the reality shows Playing It Straight, The Swan and America's Next Top Model

cartoons like Xiaolin Showdown and Teen Titans


ABS-CBN showcases its plugs for 2005.

January 1: ABS-CBN premieres the "Sabay Tayo Kapamilya! (Let's Do It Together) with the
Family!" plug within the Countdown 2004 broadcast.

March: ABS-CBN premieres the plug "One Philippines: Sabay Tayo Pilipinas! (Let's Do It
Together Philippines!)" for ABS-CBN Regional and the "Sabay Summer Tayo Kapamilya/Let's Do It
This Summer with the Family!" plug for Summer 2004.

April: ABS-CBN premieres the new plug for TFC in celebration of its 10th anniversary.

December: ABS-CBN premieres its new station plug for Christmas 2004: "Sabay Tayo!
Maligayang Pasko, Kapamilya! (Let's Do It All Together! Merry Christmas to the Family!)"

ABS-CBN airs media specials for Filipino audiences this 2004.


Dare for More, the TV special on the recent Pepsi commercial by F4 band member
and Meteor Garden star Jerry Yan

Papogi/Grooming: The Imaging of Philippine Presidents, the documentary on the Philippine


National Elections hosted by award-winning writer-director Jose Javier Reyes

Limang Kandidato...Isang Palasyo (Five Candidates...One Palace), the documentary on the


ABS-CBN marathon coverage Halalan 2004 hosted by Atty. Dong Puno and the ABS-CBN
newscasters and reporters

Andrea Bocelli Live in Manila, the concert of internationally-acclaimed tenor Andrea Bocelli

Atletang Pinoy (The Filipino Athlete), the documentary in salute to all Filipino athletes,
especially the local participants in the 2004 Athens Olympics
When You Wish Upon A Star, the Christmas variety show with the Star Circle Quest and Star
Circle National Teen Quest finalists

"Hataw Na Pasko Na! (Let's Dance! It's Christmas!)", the variety show with the ABS-CBN
Star Records talents

Christmas with the Champions, the documentary-variety show featuring the Kapamilya
Singing Champions (Sarah Geronimo, Mark Bautista, Erik Santos, Sheryn Regis, Christian Bautista,
Frenchie Dy, Rachelle Ann Go and Raymond Manalo) with the ABS-CBN newscasters

8 Films of Christmas, the documentary-talk show featuring the Metro Manila Film Festival
2004 with hosts Carlos Agassi and new recruit Phoemela Baranda

the Christmas concert Lea Salonga: Home for Christmas

the New Year documentary "Kumusta Ka Na? Kaya Pa Ba?/How Are You? Can You Still
Manage It?"

the network's Christmas Extravaganza "Sabay Tayo Kapamilya!"


ABS-CBN airs live coverage of the events this 2004.

TFC has 1.6 million subscribers to date.

January 1: ABS-CBN broadcasts Countdown 2004, the special coverage on the entrance of
Year 2004 in the Philippines and worldwide, with anchors Henry Omaga Diaz in Quezon Avenue and
Karen Davila at Malate Church in Manila. Coverage includes the midnight fireworks show in Quezon
Avenue and the midnight celebrations in various parts of the Philippines and the world.

April: TFC celebrates its 10th anniversary with the special live simultaneous broadcast
of ASAP Mania in the ABS-CBN Studios in the Philippines and in San Francisco, United States.
May: ABS-CBN holds Halalan 2004, the all-media marathon broadcast on the 2004
Philippine national elections seeing the victory Gloria Macapagal Arroyo over Fernando Poe Jr as
President of the Philippines and ABS-CBN newscaster Noli de Castro over fellow ABS-CBN
newscaster Loren Legarda as Vice President.

June 30: ABS-CBN airs Ang Panunumpa (The Oath-Taking), the marathon coverage of the
inauguration of Gloria Macapagal Arroyo as President of the Philippines and of Noli de Castro as
Vice President in Cebu City. [This is the first time a Presidential Inauguration takes place outside
Manila.]

August 14: ABS-CBN becomes 1st Philippine media network to broadcast live nationwide
and worldwide the regional fiestas, as it broadcasts "Du-Aw Dabaw (Let's Go Davao!)", its live
nationwide-worldwide coverage of the Kadayawan Festival 2004 in Davao City via Studio 23 and
ABS-CBN International. Live nationwide-worldwide regional fiestas coverage follows in places as
Cebu, Iloilo, Baguio and other cities.

October: ABS-CBN holds the grand live worldwide broadcast of the 10th anniversary of its
Sunday noontime show ASAP.

November-December: ABS-CBN covers the tragedy of the typhoons hitting Luzon and helps
out the typhoon-devastated families via the ABS-CBN Foundation project Sagip Kapamilya.
December 15: ABS-CBN covers the death of Fernando Poe Jr, and holds the marathon
broadcast of FPJ's funeral entitled Paalam Da King.

Events took a turn on ABS-CBN this year.

ABS-CBN Star Cinema screens the movies Otso-Otso...Pamela-Mela Wan, All My Life, Now
That I Have You, Feng Shui and B-Cuz of U.

The TFC bundle has the Living Asia Channel as its additional channel.

ABS-CBN's official 50 Years Station ID won an Award for Excellence in the 2004 Golden
Quill Festival.

January: GMA challenges ABS-CBN in daytime Mega Manila ratings.


February: ABS-CBN begins the text promo for the ending of Sana'y Wala Nang Wakas.
ABS-CBN airs special features on Frankie Evangelista (born 24 July 1934), executive producer of
pre-1972 ABS-CBN shows and one of the anchors of TV Patrol and ANC broadcasts, who dies.

April: Worldwide Filipino audiences watch the Meteor Garden series aired on Pinoy Central
Television Channel.

July: ABS-CBN becomes the first TV network to broadcast the 2 historic finales of Sana'y
Wala Nang Wakas on Channel 2 and on DZMM.

August: Maalaala Mo Kaya airs in a TV network in Brunei.

September: ABS-CBN broadcasts the live ending of Basta't Kasama Kita in Rizal Park in
Manila.

November 19: Korina Sanchez anchors the news for the last time on TV Patrol to make way
for TV Patrol World.
December: ABS-CBN becomes the number 2 TV network in Mega Manila at 39% audience
share versus GMA's 41%, after reigning supreme as the number 1 TV network since 1988 in the
ratings reports of AGB and NMR. ABS-CBN sees hidden victory in GMA: former ABS-CBN
employees are staff of most GMA shows with former ABS-CBN personalities (like Mel Tiangco,
Michael V and Angel Locsin) as the shows' leads.

ABS-CBN struggles to regain Mega Manila supremacy even as it remains dominant still in all
timeslots in the provinces and in worldwide Filipino audiences.

2005

ABS-CBN is the channel for the shows in 2005.

comedies like Goin' Bulilit (Kids on the Go), Bora, Quizon Avenue, My Juan and Only, "Kaya
Mo Ba 'To? (Can You Handle That?)"
dramas like Kuya, Pinoy Big Brother (Big Brother Philippines), Till Death Do Us Part, Mga
Anghel na Walang Langit (Angels with No Heaven), Ikaw Ang Lahat Sa Akin (You Are My
Everything), Kampanerang Kuba (The Hunchback Bell-ringer Beauty), Panday (The
Swordsmith), and Vietnam Rose

foreign shows Mister Bean Live, Farewell Firefly, Rubi, Save the Last Dance for Me, Power
Rangers Ninja Storm, Memories of Bali, Stained Glass, Pasion de Amor/Passions of Love-Pasion de
Gavilanes/Passions of the Hawks, "Oh! Feel Young!", Green Rose, Little Amy (Amy La Nina de la
Mochilla Azul), The 101st Proposal, Dos Amores (Two Lovers-Amor Descarado), Only
You and Amazing Twins

current affairs shows Vid Joking, Isyu: Ang Pangulo (Issues on the President--The Special
Edition), SOCO (Scene of the Crime Operatives) and Payong Kapatid (Family Advice)

the weekly Asian film feature Kung Fu Fight Nights

the variety shows Kamao-Matira Matibay (Fist Fight-Who Dares Wins), Q-pids, Close Up to
Fame- The Search for the Next Close Up Couple, M.R.S. (Most Requested Show), Wowowee, Star
Dance, Makuha Ka Sa Tikim/You're Caught by Taste, Little Big Star, "Pasko Na! Game Ka Na Ba?
(It's Christmas Time! Are You Game?)", and Pinoy Big Brother Yes or No

the talk shows Home Boy, Perfect Moments and Pinoy Big Brother Buzz
the educational show Barney and Friends

various cartoons like Gate Keepers, His and Her Circumstances, Mission Odyssey, Angelic
Layer, Mister Surprise, Shadow of the Elves, Bey Blade V-Force, The Fairy Taler (in celebration of
Hans Christian Andersen's 200th Birthday) and the Disney cartoon Lilo and Stitch

ABS-CBN introduces programming changes this 2005.

ASAP Fanatic becomes Fanatic All-Stars which was then reverted back to its original title

Star in A Million becomes Search for the Star in A Million, with the Kapamilya Singing
Champions as hosts and producing new Kapamilya Singing Champions (Nikki Bacolod, Jerome
Sala, Mabel Bacusmo, Jimmy Marquez, Tata Villaruel and Kris Lawrence).
ABS-CBN transforms OK Fine Whatever to OK Fine 'To Ang Gusto Niyo/You Asked for It,
with additional artists Dagul and Mariel Rodriguez and Star Circle National Teen Quest discoveries
Erich Gonzales and Aaron Villaflor.

ABS-CBN transforms "SCQ Reload OK Ako!" to "SCQ Reload Kilig Ako!/I'm In Love!",
introducing Sarah Geronimo and Japoy Lizardo.

ABS-CBN transforms Star Cinema Presents to Sabado Movie Greats.

ABS-CBN transforms Magandang Umaga Bayan to Magandang Umaga Pilipinas (Happy


Mornings Philippines), still with Julius Babao and Christine Bersola-Babao as main hosts with a new
lineup of segment hosts including Bernadette Sembrano, TJ Manotoc, Ryan Agoncillo and Bianca
Gonzales.

Yes Yes Show becomes Yes, Yes Show Ang Lakas (So Strong), adding more stars like
Smokey Manoloto and Wowowee discovery Janelle Jamer to the Yes, Yes Tropa led by Bayani
Agbayani and Vhong Navarro.

EK Channel becomes Entertainment Konek (ETK)/Entertainment Connections, with hosts


Angelika dela Cruz, Dominic Ochoa, John Lapuz and Ogie Diaz with new recruits Aiai delas Alas,
Toni Gonzaga, Derek Ramsey and movie writer-director Jose Javier Reyes.
Y Speak moves into Studio 23, with Ryan Agoncillo and Bianca Gonzales retained, and
introducing new recruits Patricia Evangelista.

ABS-CBN's fantasy-drama Spirits re-airs Studio 23.

Shows are launched on Studio 23 and other media channels of ABS-CBN.

Internationally popular dramas Lost, Sin City, Life as We Know It, Jack and Bobby, Tru
Calling, Point Pleasant and Andromeda air on Studio 23.

Desperate Housewives, the hit American drama starring Teri Hatcher (also known as Lois
in Lois and Clark: The New Adventures of Superman), airs on Studio 23.
Studio 23 airs Joey, the NBC sitcom with Matthew Le Blanc of NBC's Friends.

Studio 23 airs reality-based shows like Rebel Billionaire: Branson's Quest for the Best, Expat
Challenge, The Contender and Mister Personality hosted by Monica Lewinsky.

Barkada Trip, the locally-made short-length cartoon series, premieres on Studio 23.

The X-Files, the foreign show from RPN, airs on Studio 23.

Studio 23 airs News Central Morning Edition, the morning newscast hosted by Marieton
Pacheco

ABS-CBN revives the show Viewpoint, the current affairs show hosted by Atty. Dong Puno on
ANC.

Korina Sanchez returns as the newscaster this time on Tonight on ANC with Korina Sanchez.
ABS-CBN airs Kuwentong Disyerto (Desert Stories), the current affairs show for Middle East
Kapamilyas with hosts Connie Sison and TJ Manotoc over TFC and ANC

ABS-CBN showcases its plugs for 2005.

March 13: ABS-CBN airs Iba Ka-Summer ang Kapamilya (Family as No Ordinary Summer
Mate): The ABS-CBN Summer 2005 Station Plug.

June 13: ABS-CBN airs Bawat Pinoy Kapamilya (Every Filipino as Family) as thanksgiving to
Filipino audiences who support ABS-CBN and whom ABS-CBN serves for the past 59 years.

December: ABS-CBN airs Magpasaya ng Kapamilya (Cheering the Family) for the Christmas
Season 2005.

ABS-CBN airs media specials for Filipino audiences this 2005.


January 1: ABS-CBN airs Diyes Is It, the New Year special featuring the top 10 news stories,
the top 10 showbiz tidbits and the top 10 songs of 2004.

January 15: ABS-CBN airs the special Wish upon a Mega with host Sharon Cuneta,
returning from her maternity leave and after giving birth to her third daughter Miel.

January 28: ABS-CBN airs the top-rating Farewell Lovers: A Lovers in Paris Special, hosted
by Sandara Park and Hero Angeles and featuring never-before-seen videos from SBS (the Korean
broadcaster which aired Lovers in Paris) and the exclusive interview of theParis artists Kim Eun Jung
(Paris' Vivian) and Park Shin Yang (Paris' Carlo) by Korina Sanchez in Taiwan.

June 26: ABS-CBN holds the first worldwide broadcast of the 56th FAMAS
Awards (Philippine version of the Academy Awards)

December: ABS-CBN airs the Christmas special Magpasaya ng Kapamilya (Cheering the
Family) and the year-ender Bagong Taon Bagong Buhay (New Year, New Life).
ABS-CBN airs live coverage of the events this 2005.

January 1: ABS-CBN welcomes Year 2005 with the special New Year broadcast Countdown
2005. Anchors Connie Sison, Erwin Tulfo, Gus Abelgas and Bernadette Sembrano headline the
broadcast, consisting live coverage of New Year events around Metro Manila and the Philippines and
the live New Year countdown at Ayala Center in Makati City.

February 14: ABS-CBN covers the gory events surrounding the simultaneous bombings in
Makati, Davao and General Santos.

March 7-13: ABS-CBN Cebu breaks news on the Cassava Cake Poisoning Tragedy, in which
scores of children in Bohol are poisoned after eating the poisoned cassava cakes during their school
recess, and begins the ABS-CBN media coverage on the incident.

March 14: ABS-CBN holds special broadcasts on the standoff of military and rebel prisoners
at Camp Bagong Diwa in Taguig, from the hostage taking to the return of military control at Bagong
Diwa.

April 3: ABS-CBN is the first Philippine media network to report on the passing of Pope John
Paul II.
April 8: ABS-CBN covers the funeral of Pope John Paul II via the top-rating marathon
worldwide broadcast Paalam Ama Mula Sa Bayang Minamahal Mo (Farewell to Our Holy Father from
Your Beloved Nation), with Korina Sanchez and Atty. Dong Puno in Manila, and Julius Babao and
Karen Davila in Rome. Days later, ABS-CBN broadcast to Filipino audiences the historic papal
election of Joseph Cardinal Ratzinger, taking Pope Benedict XVI as a new name.

June: ABS-CBN covers the political events surrounding President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo--
from "Hello Garci" and alleged stories of bribery of militia and election officers to the Manila street
protests and the Congress investigation and junked impeachment complaint--via the cross-media
coverage Isyu: Ang Pangulo (Issues on the President). It becomes the first to report and broadcast
the "Hello Garci" audios, the first to interview jueteng gambling game payola witness Sandra Cam
and the first to interview controversial media-elusive election officer Virgilio "Garci" Garcillano.

June: ABS-CBN is the first to report on the passing of Manila Archbishop Jaime Cardinal
Sin. ABS-CBN covers the funeral of Cardinal Sin one week later.

July: ABS-CBN reports President Arroyo admitting as the female voice in the Hello Garci
tapes.

September: ABS-CBN North America posts reports on the tragedies of Hurricane Rita and
Katrina in the United States.
November: ABS-CBN is the first to report on the crowning of Precious Lara Quigaman, the
first Filipina to win in the Miss International Pageant in Japan.

November 27-December 5: ABS-CBN covers the Philippines playing host to the 23rd
Southeast Asian Games, as the games are hosted all over the country.

Events took a turn on ABS-CBN this year.

ABS-CBN's Star Cinema continues to churn out blockbusters like Dreamboy, Can This Be
Love, Nasaan Ka Man/Where You Are, D' Anothers and Dubai.

ABS-CBN goes full-blast with live broadcasts of its shows via TFC in the Asia-Pacific Region.
ABS-CBN Europe Bureau opens with Danny Buenafe (formerly of ABS-CBN's Middle East
Bureau) as Head. ABS-CBN Manila's Dindo Amparo becomes head of ABS-CBN Middle East
Bureau.

ABS-CBN re-upgraded its transmission capacity of the ABS-CBN Millenium Tower into a very
high capacity of 346.2 kilowatts, resulting in an even clearer signal in Metro Manila.

January: ABS-CBN announces the launch of 30 new shows for the first 3 months of 2005 in
a special feature entitled The 1st Quarter Blast. It welcomes back Maria Ressa, one of the hosts of
ABS-CBN's Probe (Probe Team-GMA/ABC) as training consultant for the Integrated News and
Current Affairs Organization, after her years-long stint as Bureau Chief for CNN in Manila and
Jakarta.

March: ABS-CBN airs special broadcasts of its local shows for the Holy Week.

April 1: ABS-CBN gets mixed feedback from its 1st Quarter Blast campaign.

April 23: ABS-CBN bags exclusive rights to cover the Filipino team's expedition to Mount
Everest in the year 2007.
May 1: ABS-CBN holds special outdoor broadcasts of its shows outside Metro Manila,
starting with Cebu. Outdoor broadcasts of ABS-CBN shows are done weeks later in Iloilo, Bacolod
and Davao, plus other key cities in the Philippines. Most outdoor broadcasts win big in attendance
and viewership.

May 2: ABS-CBN hosts the first joint morning broadcast outside Metro Manila-"Magandang
Umaga Bai, Breakfast Kita!" and premieres the first regional Cebuano-language news-variety
show Maayong Buntag Cebu over ABS-CBN's Visayas stations and inspired a series of morning
shows on ABS-CBN Regional Networks.

May 9: ABS-CBN re-airs and replicates the success of the Meteor Garden series (Meteor
Garden 1 and 2), this time with the never-before-seen scenes, under the title Meteor Garden: The
Full Edition.

June: ABS-CBN is first in Philippine TV to announce daily airing of J-Doramas (Japanese


Dramas). It gets the first ever Parangal Gawad Watawat award from the Department of Tourism
(DOT) and the National Historical Institute (NHI) because of the network's promotion of the use of the
country's symbol of nationality and unity. It gets commendation from the House of Representatives
for Lupad Bacolod, the worldwide broadcast of the 25th Masskara Festival in Bacolod City.
July: Maria Ressa becomes the Head of ABS-CBN's Integrated News and Current Affairs
Organization. ABS-CBN holds special outdoor broadcasts of its shows outside the Philippines,
starting with Los Angeles and San Francisco in the United States. Outdoor broadcasts of ABS-CBN
shows are done weeks later in international cities like New York, Tokyo, and London. Most outdoor
broadcasts win big in attendance and viewership levels.

July: ABS-CBN's Cinema One holds the film festival Cinema One Originals.

21 August Endemol, a Netherland-Based TV Network, brought the franchise of some


reality shows in the Philippines.

August 25: Cheche Lazaro's The Probe Team makes a historic return to ABS-CBN after 18
years, under the original name Probe.

4th Quarter: ABS-CBN launches Hero, the first Tagalog-dubbed cartoon channel
showcasing Philippine TV's foreign cartoons past and present-from Voltes V to Naruto.

November: ABS-CBN clears Julius Babao of allegations of posting bail for suspected
terrorist Dawud Santos after providing ABS-CBN of the report on Santos.
December: ABS-CBN signs up for the live coverage of the boxing rematch of Manny
Pacquiao and Mexicos Erik Morales.

December 31: ABS-CBN's overall Mega Manila audience share declines further, as GMA
still becomes the overall number 1 TV network in Mega Manila in statistics of AGB-NMR.

2006

ABS-CBN premieres the following shows this 2006.

current affairs shows like X-Klusibong X-Plosibong X-pose (Exclusive Explosive Exposes)

local dramas like Komiks (Comics), Gulong ng Palad (Wheel of Fate), Sa Piling Mo (At Your
Side), Your Song, installments of Pinoy Big Brother [Celebrity Edition, Teen Edition, Year 2 Edition],
Nagmamahal Kapamilya/From Your Loving Family
comedies like Gudtaym (Good Time)

variety shows like Pinoy Big Brother Celebrity Challenge, Star Circle Summer Kid Quest, the
Visayas and Mindanao editions of Little Big Star

talk shows like Sharon (which ABS-CBN resurrects with the returning Megastar Sharon
Cuneta)

foreign dramas like Outstanding Twins, Forbidden Love, Spring Day, Princess
Lulu, Wedding, Wonderful Life,

cartoons like Maya and Miguel, DICE, Mirmo, Maria Sama Ga Miteru, the Disney
cartoon Kim Possible

ABS-CBN innovates new programming changes this 2006.


ASAP Fanatic changes to Fanatic Banda/Band Republic.

The weekend editions of TV Patrol World revert back to TV Patrol Sabado and TV Patrol
Linggo.

ABS-CBN airs media specials for Filipino audiences this 2006.

February 26: ABS-CBN airs the media special EDSA: Mga Tinig ng Himagsikan (the
Revolution's Voices) with Jim Paredes and Bianca Gonzales as hosts, in celebration of the revolt's
20th anniversary.

ABS-CBN airs live coverage of the events this 2006.


January 1: ABS-CBN airs Salubong sa Taong 2006 (Welcome to Year 2006): The ABS-CBN
News Patrol Special Edition with Bernadette Sembrano featuring live New Year events in Metro
Manila.

January 29: ABS-CBN airs Erik Morales-Manny Pacquiao: The Battle--Hataw Pacquiao-
Resbak ng Bayan (Go Pacquiao-The Nation Fights Back), the whole-day coverage of the boxing
rematch of Filipino boxing star Manny Pacquiao and Mexican boxing star Erik Morales from Las
Vegas in the United States as delivered by Dyan Castilljo and Ging Reyes, facilitated by Korina
Sanchez in Manila and backed up by anchors of the Philippines' cable channel Solar Sports. The
coverage features the rematch itself with Pacquiao as champion and the nationwide and worldwide
celebration of Pacquiao's victory. The special coverage became the first event in Philippine TV
history that generated the most number of viewers, according to local media ratings provider AGB-
MNR, beating out the previous record holder, and the 13 July 2000 episode of ABS-CBN's Mexican
drama Rosalinda.

February 4: ABS-CBN airs the non-stop coverage of the ULTRA Stampede in Pasig that
rises among the crowds lining up for the 1st anniversary presentation of ABS-CBN's Wowowee and
killed 71 people and injuring 400 others. ABS-CBN covers the aftermath of the tragedy, the network's
owning of moral responsibility to the incident, the investigations, the launch of the 71 Dreams
Foundations, the ultimate cancellation of Wowowee for 40 days, and the March relaunch
of Wowowee.

Late February: ABS-CBN airs the non-stop coverage of the aftermath of the Southern Leyte
Landslide, direct from the town of Saint Bernard in Southern Leyte, with live coverage from the Saint
Bernard picked up from ABS-CBN Cebu by international media groups--CNN, Reuters, BBC, AP,
and AFP--which was then picked up by local media groups. Search and rescue operations and relief
operations are covered.
February 24: ABS-CBN covers a foiled coup against the government, President Arroyo's
subsequent declaration of State of National Emergency 2006, the cancelling of the 20th anniversary
celebrations of the 1986 EDSA Revolution and other subsequent events, including deployment of
troops to the network's Quezon City studios.

February 25: ABS-CBN reports on the day's Noon Mass at EDSA Shrine--the only
celebration of the 20th anniversary of the 1986 EDSA Revolution.

February 26: ABS-CBN covers the military stand-off at Fort Bonifacio in Makati

March: ABS-CBN starts covering the 2006 events related to the Amendments on the 1987
Philippine Constitution.

Events took a turn on ABS-CBN this 2006.


ABS-CBN covers 98%-99% of the entire Philippine archipelago.

ABS-CBN Star Cinema releases films like Don't Give Up on Us, Close to You, D' Lucky
Ones,

February 4: Stampede rises up from the huge crowd lining up for the 1st anniversary
presentation of Wowowee in Pasig, killing 74 people and injuring 300 others. Due to the incident,
ABS-CBN cancels the celebration and postpones Wowowee for less than 40 days. Investigation
results show lack of coordination among ABS-CBN's production staff and security personnel, with
some government agencies that resulted in the stampede. ABS-CBN claims full moral responsibility
on the incident, begins to help out families of the 71 victims under the 71 Dreams Foundation, and
prepares to face charges.

March: ABS-CBN and other media groups file complaints to the local courts, questioning the
government's subsequent actions on the Declaration of the State of Emergency, among them the
February 24 events at its Quezon City studios and a government official's private call urging to stop
its February 26 coverage.

March 15: Cito Alejandro resigns as ABS-CBN president.


April: ABS-CBN invites the public to be part of "Kapamilya, Summer Na, Sama Ka! (Our
Family, its summer! Let's Go!) The ABS-CBN Summer Station ID 2006"--the first time a Filipino TV
network does so.

May ABS-CBN News and Current Affairs launched the successful election-related public
organization campaign Boto Mo, i-Patrol Mo.

June 13: ABS-CBN celebrates its 60th anniversary as a media-communications company


(under its original name BEC).

October: Studio 23 celebrates its 10th anniversary, still the number 1 UHF channel in the
Philippines.

Late 2006: ABS-CBN Broadcast Engineering Division (BED) conducted tests for DTTV
started late 2006 in San Fernando, Pampanga and San Miguel, Bulacan.

November 7: ABS-CBN unveiled its flagship coffeetable book, "Kapitan: Geny Lopez and
the Making of ABS-CBN."
21 November The National Telecommunications Commission or NTC introduced DVB-T, a
standard in digital terrestrial television.

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Kyle Florencio 2008 : They started to use tapeless technology

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People's Television 4 TV Guide (February 1987)

October 16, 2010 at 11:44pm

Sunday

7:30 - Fred Price Hour

8:00 - Kenneth Copeland

8:30 - Breakthrough

9:00 - Hour of Great Mercy

10:00 - Tele-Aralan

11:30 - Marlyn Hickey

12:00 - Sa Linggo ang Bola


1:00 - Ating Alamin

2:00 - Sports Sunday

4:00 - Manila Beer Amateur Boxing

5:30 - Beyond EDSA

6:30 - Early Evening Report

7:00 - Boxing from the Olympics

8:00 - Sunday Action Theater

10:00 - No Holds Barred

11:30 - Late Evening Report

12:00 - Paco Park Presents

Monday

9:00 - Teatro sa Kwatro

11:00 - Movie Scenes

11:30 - Film Features

12:00 - Dito Kami!

1:00 - Balita Ala-Una

1:30 - Movie House

3:30 - Abakada Barkada

4:00 - Batibot

5:00 - Damayan

6:00 - Health Frontiers


6:30 - Early Evening Report

7:00 - 2+2=4

8:00 - Dreamgirl USA

8:30 - Start of Something Big

9:30 - The New Seeing Stars with JQ

11:30 - Late Evening Report

12:00 - Movie House

Tuesday

9:00 - Teatro sa Kwatro

11:00 - Movie Scenes

11:30 - Film Features

12:00 - Dito Kami!

1:00 - Balita Ala-Una

1:30 - Movie House

3:30 - Abakada Barkada

4:00 - Batibot

5:00 - Animal World

6:00 - Legend of King Arthur

6:30 - Early Evening Report

7:00 - Encounter of the Stars

9:00 - Beyond EDSA


10:00 - The Newly Wed Games

10:30 - Superstars of Video

11:30 - Late Evening Report

12:00 - Movie House

Wednesday

9:00 - Teatro sa Kwatro

11:00 - Movie Scenes

11:30 - Film Features

12:00 - Dito Kami!

1:00 - Balita Ala-Una

1:30 - Movie House

3:30 - Abakada Barkada

4:00 - Batibot

5:00 - Damayan

6:00 - Top Hits

6:30 - Early Evening Report

7:00 - Transformers

8:00 - Public Eye

8:30 - Kwentong Buhay

9:30 - Womanwatch

10:30 - Double Play


11:30 - Late Evening Report

12:00 - Movie House

Thursday

9:00 - Teatro sa Kwatro

11:00 - Movie Scenes

11:30 - Film Features

12:00 - Dito Kami!

1:00 - Balita Ala-Una

1:30 - Movie House

3:30 - Abakada Barkada

4:00 - Batibot

5:00 - Animal World

5:30 - World About Us

6:30 - Early Evening Report

7:00 - Dreams

7:30 - Golden Cinema

9:30 - Public Eye

10:30 - Legends and Classics

11:30 - Late Evening Report

12:00 - Movie House


Friday

9:00 - Sinetribyut

11:00 - Movie Scenes

11:30 - Film Features

12:00 - Dito Kami!

1:00 - Balita Ala-Una

1:30 - Movie House

3:30 - Abakada Barkada

4:00 - Batibot

5:00 - Damayan

6:00 - Mask

6:30 - Early Evening Report

7:00 - Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous

8:00 - The Price of Right

9:00 - Weekend Thriller

11:00 - Moving Up

11:30 - Late Evening Report

12:00 - The Other Side of Midnight

Saturday

8:00 - Family Rosary Crusade

9:00 - UN Hour
10:00 - Tele-Aralan

11:00 - Portaits of Success

11:30 - Dito Kami!

1:00 - Balita Ala-Una

1:30 - Asian Circuit

3:30 - Boxing at the Park

5:00 - Asian Circuit

7:00 - Maria, Maria!

8:30 - Revolution to Reconciliation

10:30 - Talakayan sa Makati

11:30 - Late Evening Report

12:00 - The Week That Was

12:30 - The Hour of Great Mercy

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GMA Network's (History/Timeline/Milestones)

October 17, 2010 at 4:04am

1950

March 1: Loreto F. De Hemedes, Inc. is born when its owner/american war correspondent
Robert Bob Stewart sends the first static-marred newscast of radio station dzBB from a makeshift
studio on the 4th floor of the Calvo Building in Escolta.
Those were lean times, Stewart recounted in an interview. "It was murder. All our equipment
were begged or borrowed. There was hardly any advertising." To save his floundering station and
sustain its operations, Stewart and his wife Loreto, a Pampanguena widow with three kids, put up a
bakery in the garage of their Quezon City home. Even then, Stewart knew he had something
potentially big in his hand -- the power to use the air to link Filipino households together.

June 14: dzBB finally launched on air.

dzBB airs

the political satire/comedy show Kwentong Kutsero

the radio drama Camay Drama Theater

the variety show Tawag ng Tanghalan

the newscast Newscoop

1951

dzBB airs the first live radio coverage of the Senate and Congressional sessions featuring
on-the-spot telephone interviews for the first time.

March 17: dzBB covered the eruption of Mount Hibok-Hibok.

1953

dzBB covered the presidential elections won by Ramon Magsagsay.

1955

dzXX opens and became the first pop AM music station in the Philippines.

1957

dzBB and dzXX moved to the new home in Quezon City.

June/July: Opening of dySS Cebu and dyOO Iloilo are the first music AM stations in Central
and Eastern Visayas.

1961

October 29: Taking off from the success of dzBB, Channel 7, the third television station in
the country, starts operations with 25 employees, a surplus transmitter and two old cameras. RBS
7's Stewart was even more creative. He was the first to sell program segments and TV spots, that
are so popular today."We didn't know anything about television, not even which camera was on air,"
admitted the visionary who later came to be known as Uncle Bob. "Everyone was a director because
we didn't have any directors in the first place. There was no art, no finance, no administrative
department, only technicians and a station manager (Chito Feliciano, Loreto's first cousin).

Channel 7 offers the first radio cooperative sponsorships (coop spots) to small advertisers.

Channel 7 had air some programs for the American Broadcasting Corporation.

1961-1972

dzBB-TV airs

the variety show Dancetime with Chito (the first ever-dancing variety show), The Bob Stewart
Show and The Rafael Yabut Show.

the comedy show Eskwelahang Munti.

the child-oriented program Uncle Bob's Lucky 7 Club.

the counseling program Father Bob and His Telephone

the horror show Gabi ng Lagim

the newscast The News with Uncle Bob.

the series Combat, Mission Impossible, 77 Sunset Strip, The Untouchables and Ben Casey.

the cartoon Popeye, Gumby and Baby Huey

Events and Milestones of RBS-7 in the decade.

dzBB-TV recognize the potential in canned foreign programs for the growing middle-class
market.

RBS 7 rated consistently at the bottom and it was in the brink of bankcruptcy.

1962

dzBB-TV claims for the first time it's number 1 spot in ratings against BEC-3 and BEC-
9/ABC-5/IBC-13/MBC-11/Clark Armed Forces 8 and PBS-10.
1963

dySS TV Channel 7 Cebu is inaugurated; other provincial TV stations are also been started
operations.

1967

GMA first installed its VHF antenna in Metro Manila together with antenna manufacturer
Jampro.

1970

LFDHI renamed as Republic Broadcasting System, Inc.

Channel 7 simulcast some shows of MBC Channel 11 due to the channel 11's weak signal.

Chito Feliciano, host of Dancetime with Chito dies in a helicopter crash.

1972

September: RBS-TeleSeven went off the air.

late-december: RBS-7 allowed to opened again this time blocktimed by Philippine


Production Center, Inc.

1972-1974

RBS airs

the comedy show Ay, Buhay Artista!, Sa Di Ma Po Mi, Boarding House, Si Tatang
Kasi and Laughing Stock

the newscast The World Today

the variety show Ariel con Tina, Magandang Gabi, Noontime Matinee.

RBS 7 was in red, limited license to operate, could not forecast revenues and had difficulty meeting
payments.

1974
May 28: The new management of RBS led by Gilberto M. Duavit, Menardo R. Jimenez, and
Felipe L. Gozon takes over, acquires new equipment, introduces new programs, and adopts the
brand name GMA Radio Television Arts (GMA-7) (but retained Republic Broadcasting System as
corporate name) and the new slogan Where You Belong", Jimenez sits as president of the company
while Gozon served as its chairman. A P7-million credit line ensured upgraded equipment and a full-
color setup while team effort guaranteed good ideas.

Freddie Garcia worked for GMA 7 where he became the driving force behind the station's
innovative programming. GMA pulled out of financial rut and made a dramatic turn around, profits
grew and GMA 7 was catapulted to industry leadership in 1976.

GMA-7 only had 2 TV stations nationwide (Manila and Cebu)

1974-1986

GMA-7 airs

the variety show Student Canteen, Penthouse Live, Penthouse Seven, TJ sa GMA and GMA
Supershow

the dramas Anna Liza, Damdamin, Katha, Tanghalan, Mother Studio Presents (the first
weekly primetime drama anthology), Kahapon Lamang, Amorsola and Lovingly Yours, Helen

the game show Suerte sa Siete

the talk show Monday Night with Edu, Cafeteria Aroma, Ms. Ellaneous (first talk-magazine
show) and Late Hour with June and Johnny

the comedy show Baltic and Co. and Prinsipe Abante

the showbiz oriented show Movie Go Round and See True

the newscast News at Seven (first newscast anchored by a woman), GMA Evening
Report, GMA News Digest, GMA News Roundup and The 11:30 Report

the current affairs show Viewpoint

the anime Voltes V (first anime program in the country)


the series Charlie's Angels, Mork and Mindy, Lou Grant, Soap, Cher, BJ and the Bear,
M.A.S.H, Little House of the Prarie, Starsky and Hutch, Eight is Enough, CHIPS and Three's
Company

GMA 7 was still considered the kiddie network yet it ws during the Martial law years that
Channel 7 solidified its place as the leader in news reportage and gathering. GMA acquired
reputation of airing what other channels suppressed. Marcos allowed GMA greater flexibility so he
could claim to the world that indeed there was press freedom in the Philippines. People turned in to
GMA for alternate views -- and often the real story.

More than just providing glossy shows, however, the station defied the limits set by the
martial law era and won countless awards in broadcast journalism for its fearless News at Seven.
Although it was no match to the other crony-controlled broadcast stations at the time in terms of size
and ratings, GMA was the mouse that roared.

1975

the longest-running public service program, Kapwa Ko Mahal Ko was launched. Orly
Mercado (now KKMK Foundation chairman) was one of the first hosts of the program.

GMA claimed its first ever award at the PATAS awards.

1976

DWLS-FM started broadcasting as a jazz-oriented FM station.

1979

President Marcos bans Japanese robot cartoons including Voltes V.

1980

GMA EDSA Complex was renovated.

1981

GMA-7 covered the 1981 visit of Pope John Paul II.

Popular sunday late-night show Penthouse Seven cancelled.

GMA-7 covered the 1981 presidential elections and the Carruncho Incident.

GMA News got the exclusive footage of the Manila Film Center tragedy.
1983

Ninoy Aquino's funeral was exclusively shown via GMA's newscast News at Seven.

1984

Daughter of then-president Marcos, Imee attempted to take over the station. The takeover
was prevented by GMA executives.

GMA's then former owner Robert Stewart left the country.

August: GMA was the first to interview Ninoy Aquino's widow Corazon Aquino on the
anniversary episode of Viewpoint with Dong Puno, who eventually became the first woman president
of the country.

Post-August: GMA-7 is the first to report Cory will run as president if she recieves 1M
signatures.

1985

GMA-7 had 23 TV stations nationwide.

1986

GMA-7 covered the brutal death of its talent Elvira Manahan.

January: GMA-7 broadcast some commercials for the campaign of Mrs. Cory Aquino for
President.

February: GMA-7 covered the EDSA 1 coverage.

Mid-February: GMA-7 first to report the RAMOS-ENRILE breakaway that caused the 1986
EDSA revolution. GMA first to report Marcos' departure to Hawaii that ends the 1986 EDSA
Revolution. GMA was off-air during the final days of the People Power II.

February 26: GMA 7 resumed operations, the first after EDSA

December: Freddie Garcia, then big boss of GMA-7 moved to the original home, ABS-CBN
and became the president of the network.

1987
GMA-7 covered some international competitions that champion some filipino artists and
filipino athletes.

GMA-7 opens the state-of-the-art live studio facility at Broadway Centrum.

GMA-7 introduces Stereo Vision for their broadcasts.

GMA-7 introduces the first hourly news capsules on TV dubbed as GMA News Live.

GMA videographer Jun Fronda covered the 1987 Mendiola Massacre at vantage point. His
video was bought for airing by the international news agencies.

GMA-7 had 25 TV stations nationwide.

January: GMA-7 covered the coup plot outside the GMA compound; keeping hostage more
than 40 of its employees

1987-1992

GMA-7 airs

the variety show Vilma!, RSVP, Shades, Martin After Dark, Lunch Date and That's
Entertainment

the newscast GMA Balita and GMA Headline News

the movie block FPJ sa GMA

the entreprenurial show NegoSyete

the current affairs show Kape at Balita, The Probe Team, Issues and Answers, Firing
Line, Straight from the Shoulderand Velez this Week

the religious show The 700 Club

This period marked the station's winning streak on the local scene as it collected such
honors as the Gawad CCP, the Catholic Mass Media Awards, the KBP Golden Dove Awards and the
PMPC Star Awards for Television. In the international scene, GMA bested other contenders in the
New York Festivals. As a programming executive put it, the network had proven that local shows
didn't have to be run-of-the-mill or bakya to win over the public.

1988
GMA-7 inaugurates the Tower of Power in Tandang Sora, Quezon City. At 777-feet, it is the
tallest man-made structure in the country with a 100 kilowatt power transmitter.

GMA was ranked 208th among the top corporations of the Philippines.

1991

GMA-7 Foundation is formally established.

GMA-7 becomes the first Philippine broadcast news organization to receive a bronze medal
from the New York Festival in the Breaking News category.

GMA-7 introduces the first radio-television simulcast programming.

GMA-7 produces the first same-day newscast via satellite throughout United States.

1992

GMA-7 inaugurates Rainbow Satellite, making its programs available simultaneously


throughout the country and Southern Asian countries, namely, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Indonesia,
Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Papua New Guinea, Borneo, Myanmar, and parts of Australia and
China.

GMA-7 shows aired at the US and parts of South America through International Channel
Network, by the end of the year GMA is also seen in Guam, Saipan and Hawaii.

GMA-7 expands into a network of 33 affiliate stations, making it the countrys largest TV
network.

1992-2002

GMA-7 airs

the drama T.G.I.S, Di Ba Ikaw, Mikee, Growing Up,Tago Ka Na! (first local teen slasher),
Spotlight, GMA Telesine (the first full-length cinematic drama on TV) and Mia Gracia (first filipino
telenovela)

the variety shows Next, Salo Salo Together and Eat Bulaga

the children's show Batibot, 5 & Up and P.G. Parent's Guide

the talk show Katok Mga Misis , Sis and Ms. D


the showbiz show Channel S, ETCHING, S-FILES and Startalk

the game show GoBingo, TxTube and Golympics

the newscast Frontpage (first solo-anchored filipino late night newscast), GMA Network News
(the first late night newscast in Filipino and the first to do stand-up news delivery) and Saksi (the first
15-min. newscast with live interactive on-screen reports)

the comedy Okay Ka, Fairy Ko!, Comedy Central Market (first stand-up comedy show), Idol
ko si Kap, Beh Bote Nga, Bubble Gang, Si Tsong at Si Tsang (first mime sitcom) and Kool Ka
Lang (first action-sitcom)

the current affairs show I-Witness (first full-length documentary program), Emergency (first
docu-drama), Wish Ko Lang and Debate (first show with a pioneered televoting; first program where
the president ERAP has called to air his side of issues.)

Events and Milestones of GMA-7 in the decade.

GMA-7 pioneers the "Metropop Singing Festival", the only singing competition that
encourage the cultivation of the local talents.

GMA 7 wondered why its highly popular 'Gobingo' program lagged behind its rivals in the
same timeslot, despite its distribution of 1.3 million cards. The ratings only reflected 200,000 to
500,000 'Gobingo' viewers.

1993

GMA-7 becomes the first broadcast station to win a Gold Medal in the prestigious New York
Festivals for the Best Station/Network I.D.

GMA Network News, Vilma!, Firing Line and GMA Supershow started airing in 60 American
cities and parts of South America through the International Channel Network.

GMA-7 launches the first local interactive program mechanism on TV in GMA Feedback.

GMA-7 introduces Worry-Free Kid TV, a pre-screened entertainment block for children
which received a citation twice from UNICEF as a model for children-friendly television.

GMA-7 is the first network in the country to have a Finalist Citation in London International
Advertising Awards.

GMA-7 airs the first interactive satellite broadcast between Manila and San Diego, CA with
the show Kumusta America, Hello Philippines.
GMA-7 is the first to broadcast filipino news via satellite on a daily basis in America.

GMA-7 had 35 TV stations nationwide.

1994

GMA-7 is the first TV network to offer 7 nights of all-filipino programming on primetime.

GMA-7 introduces the Multiple Automated Recorder Cassette System with D3 Format digital
video recorder.

GMA-7 had a agreement with FilSat, the 1st all-day all-Filipino channel in The United States.

April: The papal coverage was made exclusive to one network. GMA 7 bid and won by four
reasons: GMA 7 had been carrying Christmas and Easter Masses live from Vatican for several
years, offered widest coverage, most number of broadcast hours, and lowest costs. ABS-CBN's
answer: sneak in a satellite antenna disguised as an umbrella inside the cathedral where the pope
was saying mass.

1995

Alta Productions, Inc. is formed a GMA subsidiary involved in production and post-
production.

GMA-7 is the first to broadcast remote news coverage and reporting.

GMA-7's regional TV and radio network Regional GMA (RGMA) was incorporated.

GMA-7 ventures into the art of cinema with Cinemax, now the internationally-recognized
GMA Network Films, Inc.

GMA-7 is the first to use an ENG van/News Outside Broadcast Van with live video playback
capability via on- board microwave link.

GMA-7 becomes the first station to introduce remote coverage news reporting thru Saksi.

GMA 7 became the only Philippine TV Station to be cited at the Emmy Awards. GMA also
received various awards from Prix Jeunesse International, Promax Asia Gold Medallion Awards, 25th
FNS Titles Fair, 23rd Japan Prize International Educational Program Contest, British Fleet
Journalism Award, CNN World Report Awards and the Asian TV Awards making it the Philippines'
most awarded network.
January: GMA Network broadcast the live coverage of the World Youth Day 1995 and the
2nd Visit of Pope John Paul II in the Philippines.

June: GMA-7 celebrates it's 45th year of incorporation.

August: GMA-7 becomes the first local network to venture into UHF TV with Citynet 27, the
Philippines Window to the World.

October: Bubble Gang, Saksi and Startalk was aired for the first time.

1996

Republic Broadcasting System, Inc. (RBS) changes its corporate name to GMA Network, Inc.
as it evolves into a conglomerate of companies engaged in moviemaking, post-production services,
film syndication, marketing, props and prosthetics.

GMA-7 had 33 TV stations nationwide.

GMA Worldwide, Inc. is established a subsidiary in charge of GMA program syndication


and distribution.

Citynet 27 is the first to institutionalize the banter segment, where a stock market analyst
provides the week's market performance and forecast.

1997

GMA-7, joins the 8-group/$243 million consortium and Mabuhay Philippines Satellite
Corporation (MPSC), in launching Agila II, the first Philippine satellite.

GMA-7 enters cyberspace via its two websites


www.gmanetwork.com andwww.gmaquest.com.

1998

GMA 7 switched to Agila II and the new 100kW transmitter facility, the strongest VHF TV
transmitter in the world making it to the Guiness Book of World Records.

GMA was cited in the Guiness Book of World Records for having the strongest VHF
transmitter in the world.

GMA Network Films, Inc. releases the critically acclaimed and box-office hit Jose Rizal,
starring Cesar Montano and directed by Marilou Diaz-Abaya. 'Jose Rizal' was the first ever local film
to surpass the Php 100 million mark in the box-office.
GMA Network, Inc. ranked 10th in Overall Leadership and 5th in Innovation In Responding
To Customer Needs by Far Eastern Economic Review for the first time.

GMA-7 had 42 TV stations nationwide.

1999

EMC Network, Inc., the first local music station in the country, forges a strategic alliance with
Channel V Music Network Ltd. Partnership to form Channel [V] Philippines.

Early 1999: 'Ghostfighter' became a phenomenon garnering an all-time high of 54%

2000

GMA-7, the sole official Philippine partner to the Global Millennium Day Broadcast,
welcomes the new millennium with the 2000 Today on GMA broadcast and GMA-Ayala Millennium
Celebration beamed to 67 countries of the world.

GMA-7 becomes the first local TV station to air 24 hours of programming.

GMA-7 makes history by being the first Philippine recipient of the George Foster Peabody
Award, the most prestigious news broadcasting award in the world.

GMA-7 and Philippine Daily Inquirer form a joint venture to create the online, multimedia
news portal www.INQ7.net.

June 14: GMA inagurated its world-class and state-of-the-art GMA Network Center worth
P42 Million Pesos together with Former Presidents Cory Aquino, Fidel Ramos and then-president
Joseph Estrada as the guest speaker.

December 31: Chairman and President Menardo Jimenez announced his retirement. Felipe
Gozon assumed the position as the President and CEO.

2001

GMA-7, together with its media and telecommunication partners, delivers the most
comprehensive election coverage the Philippines has ever witnessed in Eleksyon 2001.

January: GMA-7 covered the EDSA DOS coverage; first to covered some EDSA-II events
like Inaguration of President Arroyo and the Departure of President Estrada.

Mid-2001: Channel V Philippines closed down because of conflict of interest between GMA 7
and PLDT. At that time, PLDT was considering to buy GMA 7. But PLDT handles MTV Philippines.
September 11: GMA was also the first Philippine network to break the news of the terrorist
attacks in the United States.

2002

Saksi wins the World Gold Medal as Best Newscast in the New York Festivals, a first for
Philippine news program.

GMA is the official TV network of the 4th World Meeting of Families.

October 27: GMA-7 launches its new corporate equity; Kapuso Mo, Anumang Kulay ng
Buhay.

This thematic tag gave voice to the Networks renewed commitment and deeper emotional
ties with its viewers. The new logo reflected the Networks corporate identity: a stylish heart imbued
with different colors representing the Colors of Life. GMAs President of Marketing and Productions,
Inc. Manuel P. Quiogue couldnt have said it better, Kapuso is different. Its all encompassing. If
youre a Kapuso, you may be a relative, a brother or a sister, or even a best friend. Somebody who is
really close to your heart. For news coverage, Walang kinikilingan, Walang pinoprotektahan, Walang
kasinungalingan, Serbisyong Totoo lamang became the slogan, one that was enunciated with jump
cuts woven together to suggest what the Network firmly stood for.

GMA Senior Vice President for Radio and News Anchor Mike C. Enriquez averred,
Credibility and truth these are the only stronghold for news ratings, and nothing else. The people
are aware of these, and whom to give their trust. They know which station is taking sides and which
one is giving protection to whomever. GMA Vice President for News and Public Affairs and TV host
Jessica A. Soho harked back to her recollection of the tribulations faced during the Martial Law
years. This was the only news organization that people believed in, because of its independent,
objective, balanced and responsible, honest-to- goodness journalism. We had solid reportage, which
we inherited from those who came before us. And were proud to say that we made it stronger, we
enhanced it, and we continue to uphold it to this day.

GMA Network also outlined its Corporate Values that clearly spelled out the culture in the
organization. We place God above all; We believe that the viewer is Boss; We value our People as
our best assets; We uphold Integrity and Transparency; We are driven by our passion for Excellence;
We strive for Efficiency in everything we do; We pursue Creativity and Innovation. VP for Business
Development/Drama Productions Lilibeth Rasonable explained the personal fealty to the
organizations core values. What I appreciate most is the instilling of core values among the Network
employees. You see it even among the higher-ups, they reflect that, especially Atty. Gozon and Mr.
Duavit. Thats why you feel inspired to follow their footsteps.
2003

GMA airs

the dramas Love to Love and Twin Hearts

the talent search Starstruck

the reality show Extra Challenge (produced by GMA Public Affairs)

GMA finally grabbed the No. 1 spot in the daytime slot in the latter part of 2003. On the last
week of September, GMA overtook its competitor in overall ratings.

GMA also renewed its presence in the recording business with the establishment of RGMA
Marketing and Productions, Inc. / GMA Records. DZBB ranked No. 1 among AM radio stations on
primetime (5 a.m. to 8 a.m.) while DWLS-FM ranked No. 1 among pop music stations in Metro
Manila, according to the Nielsen Media Research Radio Diary in Metro Manila.

GMA out-loaded ABS-CBN in commercial minutes for the first time in more than 15 years.

GMA Network, Inc. achieves a net income of more than P1 billion, a first in GMAs history.

GMA Network, Inc. is again named one of Asias leading companies in the Review 200
survey of the Far Eastern Economic Review magazine. GMA 7 became the most profitable
broadcast company in the Philippines.

Historic firsts were the launching of Love-to-Love, the first twin-bill light romance, and Twin
Hearts, the first soap opera to use an English title for a local production.

The House of Representatives (12th Congress) adopts Resolution No. 787 commending
GMA Network, Inc. for uplifting the standards of the countrys broadcast industry by giving the
Philippines its first George Foster Peabody Award in 2000 and making the Philippines the first and
only Asian country to win the Gold Medal for television news in the New York Festivals on January
17, 2003.

In yet another international achievement, Kara Davids Selda Inosente, an I-Witness


documentary, won the UNICEF Child Rights Award for showing the plight of children born and living
in Philippine prisons.

September 1: GMA-7 withdraws its membership from the Kapisanan ng mga Broadcaster ng
Pilipinas.
2004

GMA airs

the drama Te Amo, Hanggang Kailan, Forever in My Heart, Darna,Sugo, Marinara, Joyride,
Ikaw sa Puso Ko and Leya

the horror show Wag Kukurap!

the comedy Bahay Mo Ba To?, Naks! and Bitoy's Funniest Videos

the kid-oriented program Starstruck Kids and Lovely Day

the reality/talent show 30 Days, Pinoy Pop Superstar

the variety show SOP Gigsters

the current affairs show Out!

the newscast 24 Oras

the TV special Eat Bulaga 25th Anniversary Special

the koreanovelas Full House, Stairway to Heaven, Endless Love 1 and 2 and All About Eve

Events take a turn on GMA this year.

GMA Network, Inc. receives the 2003 Top Realty Taxpayer of Quezon City Award.

GMA 7 enjoyed 38% of the total TV advertising pie

GMA surged ahead of its nearest competitor in total day ratings, as attested by both AGB
and Nielsen. GMA became No. 1 in TV ratings in all time slots in Mega Manila. The news program
24 Oras ended a 17-year reign by the rival for early primetime newscast, and has not looked back
since.

In the Asian Wall Street Journal 200 survey (formerly Review 200 by the Far Eastern
Economic Review), GMA Network, Inc. placed 7th among the Philippines ten leading companies.

2005
GMA-7 launches its international channel, GMA Pinoy TV in Japan, Guam, United States
and Malaysia.

GMA-7 receives the coveted Asian TV Award for Terrestial Channel of the Year, the first
in Philippine broadcasting industry.

In the regions, the variety show Kuyaw in Davao and the game-talk show Oi! in Cebu were
launched.

Through a co-production and/or blocktime agreement with ZOE Broadcasting Network


through wholly owned subsidiary Citynet Network Marketing and Productions, Inc., GMA-7
launches QTV Channel 11 (now GMA News TV-11); QTV Channel 11 is women-skewed, with a
programming grid primarily designed according to womens schedules and needs. Surprisingly found
itself ranked No. 3 within its first week of operations.

GMA will also help Zoe Broadcasting Network to upgrade and maintain its technical
capabilities.

GMA Films makes a grand and remarkable re-entry in the movie industry with a pre-valentine
movie entitled Let the Love Begin. The movie is a top movie grosser, garnering P106.1M in gross
theatrical receipts.

Darna holds the highest ever rating at 46.6% for a pilot episode and is the very first
telefantasya to hit 51.7% ---a soaring success that remain unsurpassed in Philippine TV.

GMA achieves a net income of more than P2 billion.

2006

GMA News and Public Affairs achieved a historic milestone when it pushed broadcast limits
and covered the first climb to the summit of Mt. Everest by a Filipino, Romy Garduce. GMA-7 writes
history as the first Philippine network to broadcast live, via satellite from the Base Camp of Mount
Everest and the first to broadcast via satellite phone at 21,000 feet above sea level, the highest
altitude ever tested for broadcast via satphone.

Among other notable awards garnered by GMA were Television Station of the Year given by
the Rotary Club of Manila; Best Station by the Philippine Movie Press Club (PMPC) Star Awards;
Most Awarded TV Station by USTv Thomasian Students Choice Awards; and Outstanding
Television Station for 2005-2006 by the Volunteers Against Crime and Corruption.

GMAs late-night public affairs program, Debate with Mare at Pare, won the bronze medal in
the New York Film Festival.
GMA-7 pioneers the use of globally recognized backdrop for a soap, I Luv NY. The first of its
kind on Philippine primetime TV.

GMA-7 is accorded the highest trust rating based on Pulse Asias July 2006 Ulat ng Bayan
Survey among Metro Manila viewers.

GMA-7 launches news portal: GMANews.TV, a showcase platform for News and Public
Affairs branded journalism across all content formats (video, audio, text), story types (news,
business, sports, entertainment, lifestyle, etc.) and various languages (English, Filipino, Cebuano,
Ilonggo).

July: GMAs listing at the Philippine Stock Exchange was the most anticipated and turned
out to be the most successful Initial Public Offering (IPO) of the year.

2007

GMA airs

informative show Kap's Amazing Stories

filipino version of hit telenovela Marimar starring Marian Rivera and Dingdong Dantes

GMA-7 is listed in the Philippine Stock Exchange with primary and secondary offer of
91,346,000 common shares and 822,115,000 Philippine Deposit Receipts (PDRs). The domestic
offer was oversubscribed by 7.3x and the international offer was oversubscribed by 29x.

GMA reformatted its flagship FM station Campus Radio 97.1 WLS-FM and is now known as
Barangay LS 97.1 Tugstugan Na!

GMA Public Affairs celebrated its 20th anniversary.

I-Witness: The GMA Documentaries Boy Pusit wins the World Gold Medal for Social
Issues and Current Events at the 200 New York Festivals for Television and Film.

GMA News and Public Affairs mounted election specials that earned commendations from major
award-giving bodies.
The Philippine Agenda regarded as the most important and most comprehensive election
program on primetime television. This program veered away from the personalities of the campaign
and instead focused on issues that all elected officials should address.

Sa Isa Kong Boto - a voter's education informercial campaign

Isang Tanong put together the 36 senator candidates in a no-holds-barred forum. The
program also featured a formidable panel of interrogators who tested the boldness, intention and
sincerity of each candidate in a grueling question and answer portion.

2008

GMA revived various Filipino classics such as Carlo J. Caparass Joaquin Bordado, Mars
Ravelos Dyesebel, and Gilda Olvidados Babangon Akot Dudurugin Kita. The Network also
produced local versions of international hit TV series such as LaLola, Ako si Kim Sam Soon, and the
game show Family Feud.

April: The 2nd international channel, GMA Life TV, was formally launched.

October: 2008 saw the launching of the most modern facility yet the GMA Network
Studios, a new building facility equipped with high-tech digital production equipment and two large
studios built using the Room-within-a-room or (RWAR) acoustics technology. Guest speaker was the
then-president Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo.

2009

GMA further strengthened its lead in the primetime ratings race with the launching of Zorro,
Rosalinda, and the second installment of Ravelos Darna, featuring the most sought-after leading
lady, Marian Rivera.

GMAs primetime newscast 24 Oras bagged two major awards at the New York Festival.

2010

GMA airs

asiannovelas: Temptation of Wife (By Popular Demand in mid-2011)

drama: Bantatay, First Time

comedy show: Comedy Bar, Pepito Manaloto, Jillian: Namamasko Po


In 2010, for the first and second quarters, GMA Network released new anticipated and
commercialized soaps and shows like The Last Prince, Panday Kids, First Time, Laf En
Roll, Diva, Zooperstars, Claudine, Wipeout, Pepito Manaloto, Wachamakulit, Sunnyville, Comedy
Bar, Love Bug, Langit Sa Piling Mo, Pilyang Kerubin, Endless Love, Danz Showdown, as well as Diz
Iz It which replaced the longest morning talk show SiS along Party Pilipinas which replaced SOP.

2011

GMA airs

dramas Amaya, Dwarfina, I Heart You Pare, Machete and Captain Barbell (book 2)

In 2011, GMA Network offered a stronger afternoon line-up which continued the success
of Koreana, Trudis Liit, Basahang Ginto and Bantatay. It includes Nita Negrita, Magic
Palayok, Alakdana, Sisid and My Lover, My Wife. In the primetime line-up, GMA released series in
which they are very capable of dominating the primetime race, they are I Heart You,
Pare!, Dwarfina, Machete and shows preparing to be aired are Captain Barbell and Encantadia: The
Second Saga and first historical drama of the Philippines, entitled Amaya starring Marian Rivera.

February 28: The first ever news and public affairs channel on VHF Free TV, GMA News TV,
launched.

Mid-July: GMA launches the third international channel, GMA News TV International

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4 people like this.

Senen Espada walang history tungkol sa anime, I thought GMA was the 1st shown Anime's like Voltes 5, too
bad, matatapos na sana, pero pina-BANNED nang GOVERNMENT ang anime dahil sa content na may
kinalaman sa Government

October 17, 2010 at 12:07pm Like


Ymman Jake Merdegia Biaco GMA pala ang unang TV network na pinayagan magpalabas uli.

October 17, 2010 at 1:23pm Like 1


Anjho Ezekiel Reyes yan ang unang tv network na nagbroadcast ng anime sunod sa PTV-4,RPN-9,IBC-
13!!!!!!!!!!

October 17, 2010 at 4:21pm Like


Joennel Guillermo Mayari 1950 nag start ang dzbb as a radio station. eto ang gma ngayon. pero 1961 na cla
nun nagbroadcas as a tv station. bale kung titingnan ndi pa cla 60 years as a tv station.

October 28, 2010 at 7:20am Like 1


Joennel Guillermo Mayari abs naman nag start 1946 as BEC an electronics company. naging radio sation nung
1949 as DZBC( mas nauna kaysa sa DZBB ng gma). 1953 nag start ang abscbn as a tv sation( mas una sa gma
na 1961 na nag start. mababasa nyo info yan sa wikipedia o kaya sa KAPITAN na book ng abscbn publishing.

October 28, 2010 at 7:24am Like


Bryan Calvin Hong Lu update: Late November 2011: The most comprehensive media portal in the Philippines,
GMANetwork.com, is launched.

January 14, 2012 at 10:23am Like

Phil. TV Timeline (except GMA) (1973-1986)

October 18, 2010 at 9:44pm

1973

The properties of ABS-CBN were used without compensation by two government-run


stations: the Radio Philippines Network from 1973 to 1979; and the Maharlika Broadcasting System
from 1979 to February 1986.

TV channels report on the drafting of the new Constitution.

KBS 9 introduced 'John en Marsha' starring Dolphy and Nida Blanca. It is nationally
recognized as one of the greatest Filipino sitcoms of all time.

Kapisanan ng mga Brodkaster sa Pilipinas (KBP) was organized to provide a mechanism for
self-regulation in the broadcast industry.
June 9: Benedicto and KBS employees take over ABS-CBN's Bohol Avenue studios after its
KBS Studios in Pasay burned.

August: Military people turn over ABS-CBN's Bohol Avenue Broadcast Center Complex for
use without compensation to Kanlaon Broadcasting System (KBS), then broadcasting on Channel 2
and 9. The ABS-CBN Bohol Avenue Broadcast Center Complex becomes KBS Plaza.

1974

Channel 2 reopens under the new Barangay Broadcasting Corporation (BBC), still under
Benedicto. That time, Channel 2 changed it's callsign from DZAQ-TV to DWWX-TV. Channel 3 Cebu
and Channel 4 Bacolod (formerly owned by ABS-CBN) was also reopened and changed its callsigns
as DYCW-TV (Cebu) and DYBW-TV (Bacolod). The network's most famillar jingle also launched
called, "Big Beautiful Country" by Jose Mari Chan. BBC and it's sister station KBS/RPN mainly aired
government propaganda.

TV channels cover the Miss Universe contest in Manila--the city's first time to be the contest
venue.

Government channel GTV channel 4 reopened, GTV is also opened it's reopened radio
stations formerly owned by ABS-CBN.

ABS-CBN president Eugenio Lopez Jr goes on hunger strike from Fort Bonifacio. TV
channels report on the hunger strike.

KBS 9 (RPN) had a network of 5 TV Stations nationwide, IBC 13 had 7 TV Stations, and
RBS 7 (GMA) only had 2 TV Stations.

1975

Kanlaon Broadcasting System is now known as Radio Philippines Network. RPN-9 is the
home of the famous programs "John En Marsha",
"Superstar", "Flordeluna","NewsWatch", "Champoy" and some international programming like
Marimar.

February 1: IBC-13 split off from the Sorianos and moved to the management composed of
Benedicto Group of Companies owned by the late Roberto V. Benedicto. IBC also opened its FM
station DWKB-FM the same year.

June: TV channels cover the Muhammad Ali-Joe Frazier boxing match "Thrilla in Manila".

Pre-October: ABS-CBN executive Eugenio Lopez Sr dies of cancer in the United States.
1976

IBC-13 metamorphosed into one of the country's most viewed TV network with its primetime
lineup and full length local and foreign films aired on this channel. This catapulted IBC in the number
one slot among 4 rival networks.

1977

October: ABS-CBN president Eugenio Lopez Jr escapes with future senator Sergio Osmena
III from Fort Bonifacio to the United States, starting the Lopez family exile in San Francisco.

Channels 2 of BBC, 9 of KBS and 13 of IBC move into the new Broadcast City in Diliman,
Quezon City.

1978

Philippine TV channels give live coverage of Pope John Paul II's inaugural mass.

DYCW-TV and DYBW-TV switched affliations from BBC-2 to GTV-4/MBS-4.

1979

President Marcos bans some Japanese Robot Cartoons like "Voltes V".

July 30: Eat Bulaga!, the number 1 noontime show in the Philippines first aired in Philippine
Television.

1980

Gregorio Cendaa was named Minister of Information. Channel 4 becomes Maharlika


Broadcasting Systems (MBS-4), and begins using ABS-CBN property in Bohol Avenue. (used to be
offices and studios of Channel 4 and the now-abolished National Media Production Center ) and
equipment from KBS; MBS-4 also started broadcasting in Full Color.

1972-1986

ABS-CBN shows, stars and employees continue moving to the other channels (Channels 4,
7, 9, 13)

1980

BBC-2 rebranding as City 2 Television from this year until 1984.

1981
January: TV channels report on the lifting of martial law.

February: TV channels give live coverage of the first Philippine visit of Pope John Paul II,
who visits Manila and other key cities in the archipelago.

June: TV channels give live coverage of the 1981 Philippine national elections still with
Marcos as president.

1983

August: Philippine TV channels give small airtime on Senator Benigno Aquino Jr.'s
assasination and funeral procession. Mitos Villareal, TV director for variety specials, catches the
historic 1-million crowd for the late Senator Aquino's funeral on video, later to be aired on Channel 7.

1984

TV channels cover the investigation on the Aquino assasination by the Agrava Commission.

1985

November-December: President Marcos' declaration of the 1986 snap elections starts the
election campaign. All the TV channels cover President Marcos' campaigns leaving little airtime for
oppostion presidential candidate and Benigno Aquino's wife Corazon.

MBS 4 had a network of 5 TV Stations nationwide, RPN 9 had 26 TV Stations, IBC 13 had
16 TV stations and GMA 7 had 23 stations nationwide.

1986

February: TV channels cover President Marcos' oath-taking in Malacanang. Channels 2, 9


and 13 go off-air cutting the coverage of Marcos' oath-taking. Channel 4 airs video of President
Aquino's oath-taking in Club Filipino in Metro Manila. All TV channels report the departure of the
Marcos family from Malacanang and the eventual Siege of Malacanang by the Filipino people.

February 24: MBS Channel 4 went off the air during a live news conference in Malacaang
and during an exchange between Marcos and then Chief of Staff General Fabian Ver, at 10 AM,
rebel forces attacked and took the ABS-CBN Broadcast Center that was then the home of MBS-4.
The station later became PTV-4 that afternoon, with the broadcasts spearheaded by former ABS-
CBN talents and newsreaders. This program concidered as the return of the ABS-CBN network.

February 28: Eugenio Lopez Jr. returns from exile in the United States to resurrect ABS-
CBN.
March-September: The government supervises the stations of Broadcast City site. The
Presidential Commission on Good Government (PCGG) orders the release of Banahaw's Channel 2
frequencies to the Lopezes and sequesters Channels 2, 9 (with Radio Philippines Network (RPN) as
a new name) and 13.

June: The government grants permits to the Lopezes to operate ABS-CBN's Channel 2 and
two radio stations, DWOK 101.9 of BBC renamed as DWKO 101.9 and DWWW 630 of RPN
renamed as DZMM 630.

July 15: BBC shut down after being sequestered by the Presidential Commission on Good
Government or PCGG, due to its part in the Marcos regime. RPN-9 and IBC-13 also sequestered.

July 16: Channel 2 frequency finally given back to the ABS-CBN network.

July 22: DZMM 630 kHz AM: Ang Himpilan ng Malayang Mamamayan was born at the
Chronicle Building on this day. Tiya Dely Magpayo is the first broadcaster of the station.

September 12: The Comeback--ABS-CBN resumes Manila operations on Channel 2 with


only bank loans, a franchise, haphazard assembly of old, dilapidated and borrowed equipment,
temporary offices at the Manila Chronicle office in Pasig, and an initial staff of 200 people. ABS-CBN
also utilized the Lopez Center in Antipolo having its transmitter stood there.

September 15: ABS-CBN's first logo after it's birth was launched. At first, the channel 2 logo
is introduced into ABS-CBN, after the dissolution of BBC in July. The features of the first channel 2
logo is a wing-shaped blue crest with a white curve at the top and a white line as a tail, it has a
slogan name Watch Us Do It Again! as the station ID aired since the network's revival.

October: DWKO Knockout Radio 101.9 was born, DWKO is the first ever FM radio station
with an AM format.

October 24: President Corazon Aquino presides over ABS-CBN's formal resumption of
commercial operations; but the network had to share the compound with Channel 4 that was already
under the reins of the Cory Aquino government.

ABS-CBN resurfaced and managed to get back its broadcast complex, but had to share half
of it with Channel 4, which is now in Visayas Avenue.

ABS-CBN Channel 2 Head Cory Vidanes has been with the company since late 1986,
starting as an Associate Producer and has since then been involved in the production of all types of
programs talk shows, variety, reality, game, comedy and drama

Post-October: ABS-CBN joins the then 13-year old Kapisanan ng Mga Brodkaster ng
Pilipinas (KBP). It becomes the first Philippine media network to develop a successful world-class
broadcast image design. It then resurrects the pre-1972 newscasts Balita Ngayon (anchored by Mel
Tiangco and actor Robert Arevalo) and The World Tonight (moved to ANC). In this year, it launches
the dramas Ina (Mother), Hilakbot (Terror), Luneta: Discovery Hour, Bubog sa Puso (Broken Glass in
the Heart) and Angkan (Clan) the comedies Wanbol High (One Ball High), Let's Go Crazy with Jack
and Joey and Tin Pan Alley the talk shows Rumors, Facts and Humors and Bar None-the shortest
running show on Philippine TV the variety shows Na-Kuh Eto N-APO Sila (Oops...Here They Are),
Triple Treat, In-Tux-Icating, Variety, Always Snooky and Lots to Catch the current affairs shows
including PEP Talk (People, Events, Places Talk) with Loren Legarda as host the newscasts
Magandang Umaga Po (Good Morning to You) and Good Morning Philippines (later a newscast on
regional news)

December 31: ABS-CBN becomes the lowest-rating TV network among all the seven TV
stations in Metro Manila, suffering heavy losses.

THE STORY OF ABS-CBN's RESSURECTION

All through long years of the dictatorship, Geny and Jake Lopez had nursed the dream that Marcos
would fall. They even dreamed ABS-CBN playing a key role in it, broadcasting to the nation to
organize resistance. They knew their dream was far-fetched, but they cherished it nonetheless.

After four years in exile, Jake decided to help make it all happen somehow. In 1982, he tried to
infiltrate back into the country from the south, through the Sabah backdoor. But he was intercepted
by the Philippine Navy ship Rajah Humabon on October 25, 1982, off the coast of Sulu. Col. Rudy
Aguinaldo, his adversary from his first spell in a military prison, wanted to interrogate him, but friendly
military officers kept Jake away from him. He was held in a military prison for 15 months. Eventually
released in February 1984, he became very active in the opposition.

In the meantime, Ninoy Aquino had been assassinated and the dictatorship was reeling. The
economy began to melt down from a full-blown debt crisis. Inflation soared 50 percent and interest
rates went to well over 40 percent. Most business activity ground to a halt under this pressure. The
poor bore the brunt of the slowdown, and discontent spread across the nation. The country was in
the grip of the worst economic and political crisis since World War II, and Ferdinand Marcos was
slowly but inexorably losing his grip on power.

Jake Lopez, and Geny's brothers Oscar and Manolo Lopez talked often about strategy and, at one
point, decided to revive the cause of ABS-CBN. Oscar said: "Jake Lopez said to me that we had to
continue to fight and get back ABS-CBN. By that time, we felt we really had to do something to take
part in the struggle against Marcos. So that was what brought about my letter to Benedicto."

On December 19, 1984, Oscar Lopez wrote to Roberto Benedicto to "demand that you vacate our
Broadcast Center on Bohol Avenue and allow our 22 provincial radio and television stations by
January 19, 1985." Oscar ended his letter with: "We reserve the right to take at the appropriate time
such actions or measures as may be called for to recover the damages we have suffered as a result
of your actions."

On December 27, 1984, Exequiel Garcia, comptroller of Kanlaon Broadcasting System (KBS), wrote
to Oscar. Garcia claimed that the Broadcast Center had been "sequestered" by government and,
therefore, KBS bore no responsibility for what happened to ABS-CBN. Garcia wrote: "You will have to
keep up your demands with the government." The government, for its part, ignored the Lopezes,
completely.

This was only to be expected. Oscar and Jake knew the December 1984 letter was a bluff. In a
country where the judiciary was in one man's pocket, there was no chance of the Lopez family
receiving justice for the theft of ABS-CBN. But they felt that, even if their letter brought no response
from the regime, simply disseminating the truth about what happened to ABS-CBN would be victory
enough.

On January 10, 1985, Oscar Lopez had a well-attended press conference at Club Filipino in San
Juan demanding the return of ABS-CBN. Neither Benedicto nor Marcos made any response, but the
facts about ABS-CBN received a good deal of publicity in the aftermathpushed along by a series
of articles by Jake. The story of the seizure of ABS-CBN joined a number of recent exposs that
chipped away at the myth that Marcos had built around himself. The Washington Post and the New
York Times had exposed Marcos's fake war medals, and other investigators were not focusing on the
Marcoses' ill-gotten wealth that had been hidden away abroad. The theft of an entire network only
underlined the real character of his regime.

Fourteen months after Oscar sent that letter to Benedicto, Jake Lopez would indeed find a
"measure" with which to recover ABS-CBN.
The journey to revolution began on November 3, 1985. For over two years, Marcos had been
helpless as the economy crumbled, weakened by years of plunder by his family and cronies. In an
attempt to silence his critics and reclaim a popular mandate, Marcos went on the American ABC-TV
show "This Week with David Brinkley" and announced a snap presidential election. The polls were
set for February 7, 1986. The wily old politico counted on the opposition being unable to field a single
candidate. Running against a divided field, Marcos expected an easy victory.

He was wrong. On December 11, 1985, the once-fragmented and feuding opposition forces united
behind Ninoy's widow, Corazon Cojuangco Aquino; her erstwhile rival Salvador Laurel agreed to be
her running mate. The opposition campaign was initially disorganized, but it gained steam over time
as the people took its message to heart. By the first week of February, US Embassy analysts were
estimating that Cory Aquino would win 60 percent to 70 percent of the votes.

In January 1986, GMA-7 ran several campaign spots for Cory Aquino, the only TV station to do so.
The spots were aired on the instructions of Freddie Garcia and Rolly Cruz, who caught fire from the
GMA bosses for doing so. Freddie Garcia said: "During the election of 1986, I gave Cory's campaign
some TV spots without telling the owners of the station. So what we were giving Cory was just to
give her a fighting chance."

Rolly Cruz said: "We even helped Cory people to pay for the spots. Malacaang was furious, so we
had to lie low after a while. But at least the spots were aired."

On the day of the snap elections, February 7, 1986, fraud and terror were widespread, but the will of
the people was clear. Foreign observers concluded that Cory Aquino had won 60 percent of the vote
even after taking into account all the cheating by the administrationincluding vote-buying,
disenfranchisement of voters, tampering with election returns, intimidation, harassment, terrorism
and murder. A US observer team that included Sen. Richard Lugar arrived at similar conclusions.

Nonetheless, despite all the indications that Marcos was stealing the election, Ronald Reagan stood
by his old friend. On February 15, 1986, the Marcos-controlled parliament, Batasang Pambansa,
declared him the victor of the snap elections. In response, on February 16, Cory Aquino launched a
nationwide civil-disobedience campaign, aimed at bringing down Marcos.

Marcos geared up for retaliation. The military units loyal to Gen. Fabian Ver began to prepare
"Operation Mad Dog," a massive crackdown to round up, imprison and decimate the opposition.
Jake Lopez said: "We were always monitoring the situation. There was already word that all the top
opposition leaders would be arrested. I had a cousin who was a colonel, and he told me that the AFP
was already conducting exercises how to collect all these oppositionists and bring them to Carballo
Island in Manila Bay."

Other military units, who were part of the Reform the Armed Forces Movement (RAM) and were loyal
to Defense Minister Juan Ponce Enrile, began preparing a coup against Marcos. The stage was set
for a bloody confrontation. What came, instead, was a nonviolent uprising that would startle the
world.

On the night of February 22, millions of Filipinos learned from Radio Veritas that Gen. Fidel Ramos
and Defense Minister Enrile, began preparing a coup against Marcos. They had fortified the national
defense headquarters, Camp Aguinaldo, and were prepared to fight for their lives. Enrile announced
that Cory Aquino was cheated of her poll victory by Marcos, and also confessed that, back in
September 1972, he had staged the ambush on himself to create a pretext for martial law. Military
units loyal to Marcos began moving into opposition for a full-scale assault on Enrile and Ramos.
Jaime Cardinal Sin had issued an appeal for the people to come to Camp Aguinaldo to protect
Ramos and Enrile. By the afternoon of the next day, close to a million people had flooded Edsa, the
broad thoroughfare outside Camp Aguinaldo.

Over in San Francisco, Geny Lopez was watching TV and marveling. He said: "It was around two in
the morning. I woke up when the phone rang. My brother Manolo said: 'Things are happening here,
Manong. Watch CNN.' Which is what I did; I stayed glued to CNN for the next few days. I saw what
was happening, because the coverage of the CNN was just fantastic. I said to myself: 'It looks like
this is really the beginning of the end for Mr. Marcos.'"

As the situation in Manila turned critical, the ABS-CBN Broadcast Center remained at the center of
Jake Lopez's thoughts. Jake said: "When the revolt broke out on February 22, I alerted some friends:
Jimmy Navarro and also Prinsesito Pascual, the president of the union of the old ABS-CBN. We
agreed that [the rebel group] would need media support to win. So we agreed to wait for
developments. We had to be ready to move."

The sign he was waiting for came on Monday morning, February 24, at 9:56 a.m. when Marcos was
speaking in a televised press conference about the crisis. Nationwide, the TV screens suddenly went
blank.

The signal for the press conference was coming from MBS-4, in the Broadcast Center. At around
9:30 a.m. on February 24, rebel soldiers, led by Col. Rudy Aguinaldo and Maj. Sonny Razon,
attacked it. After a short, intense firefight, Lt. Col. Arthur Balmaceda, the commander of the loyalist
soldiers guarding the network, agreed to pull out. The loyalist forces left. Technicians at the MBS-4
master control stopped transmitter operations. Finally, the man who shut down Philippine television
in September 1972 was himself knocked off the air.

Soon after, Jake Lopez, Jimmy Navarro and Prinsesito Pascual arrived at the Broadcast Center. The
rebel officers recognized Jake as the former GM of ABS-CBN and a member of the opposition. They
let him and his friends in to get the station back on the air and have it start broadcasting for the
rebels.

Jake said: "So we went inside ABS-CBN. This was the first time I had been inside this complex in 14
years. I supervised the construction back in 1966-68, so it really had a place in my heart. But the
corridors of the Broadcast Center were dark and deserted. The technicians had gone into hiding
when the firing had started outside. I was looking for some of the broadcast engineers. All I needed
were a few engineers to put it on the air. All I needed was one man to run the transmitter, one in the
Technical Operations Center (TOC), and one cameraman, and then we would be on the air. But for a
while, I couldn't find any technician. The first man I saw was a cameraman, someone I knew from the
old days. So I asked him: "Where is everyone?" He said that everyone was hiding because of the
firing outside. One man, a senior engineer, had actually died of a heart attack because of the stress."

Jake and Jimmy Navarro went around reassembling the station's technical crew, many of whom
knew them from the days of the premartial-law ABS-CBN: "We gathered the people who were hiding
and I spoke to them. I said: 'We have to put this station back on the air.'"
To do that, he needed and got a lot of help from some more ABS-CBN veterans. Director Johnny
Manahan was among them. He recalled: "We had been getting signals from Jimmy Navarro to stand
by because they might try taking over the station. So that day [February 24], some friends and I went
to ABS-CBN. Once we got here, there was still some firing going on. We got right up to the gate and
we heard helicopters hovering just above the roof, and there were lot of soldiers, but we didn't know
what was happening really. We climbed over the fence."

He went on: "Then I saw some of the old ABS-CBN people there. Together, we became an ad hoc
group to run the station. We were not really organized. It was kind of chaotic. We just said: 'Let's get
on the air.' So this station became the communications center [of the revolution] because it was
broadcasting live. We were manning the studios, handling security, deciding who would get on the
air. It was not a top-down kind of thing. There was no one guy in charge."

Fittingly enough, when the station came back on the air, the first words spoken were by an ABS-CBN
veteran, Orly Punzalan. Orly said: "I was then station manager of Radyo Veritas; our transmitter was
destroyed by government troops. That Monday morning, we were monitoring the TV broadcasts
when one of my people said: 'Tatang, biglang nawala ang Channel 4 [Sir, Channel 4 has suddenly
gone off the air].' I had a hunch that this was it. So I brought my people, Frankie Batacan and some
technicians, to the Broadcast Center. When we arrived, I saw a friend, Col. Mariano Santiago. I said:
'Mar, we're here if you need us.' He let us in."

Orly added: "Inside the Broadcast Center, I saw Atty. Jake Lopez. He said: 'Orly, you know the place;
you know what to do.' Frankie Batacan and the technicians went to the basement, and got everything
up and running. It took some time; we arrived at 10 a.m., we got on the air shortly after 1 p.m. I was
given the privilege to reopen the station. The floor director gave me the signal. I said: 'Channel 4 is
back on the air to serve the people. Now you will get the truth from this channel.' And everyone in the
studio was clapping. For me, it was such a big honor to do that."

That first broadcast came at 1:25 p.m. on February 24. Marcos's Mahar*lika Broadcasting System
was now redubbed the "People's Television Network." Johnny Manahan directed an improvised
public-affairs show in Studio 3. The on-air talents included Orly, June Keithley, Maan Hontiveros,
Noel Trinidad and Subas Herrero. Among the volunteers who worked backstage for this show were
some who would later become ABS-CBN executives, such as Salvii Casino, Mariol Alberto, Enrico
Santos, Charie Villa and Joanna Gomez.

Enrico, then 22, said: "I was one of those who climbed over the fence and did that news show.
Someone asked: 'Who can write around here?' I just raised my hand. So I was told to write news
stories on index cards and hand them to June Keithley, Fr. Efren Datu, Noel Trinidad and Subas
Herrero. That's what we did, in 24-hour shifts."

Salvii Casino fed the newsanchor David Nye with up-to-the minute newsbits relayed by long-distance
telephone from New York, where relatives of Salvii were watching the reports of CNN and ABS news
crews in Manila. The news took a circuitous route, but it worked.

Johnny Manahan recalled: "Gen. Ramos called. He wanted footage of the Edsa uprising to be shown
on television. At that time, we had no news camera. Before we took over, Channel 4 took out all the
vans, all the equipment, the U-matic cameras. There were only Video 8s, Betamax cameras. I was
so used to professional things, I didn't think about using these 'toy cameras' to cover the Edsa thing.
But somebody reminded me we had the 'toy cameras,' so we started sending people there to cover
it. And we were able to get from the Americans a copy of that famous footage of Ramos jumping into
the air."

Then, ABSCBN's ace director Mitos Villareal directed a helicopter to take aerial footage of the
crowd at Edsa. The liberated Channel 4 aired her footage, as well as shots of the inauguration of
Cory Aquino in the morning of February 24. These broadcasts clearly demonstrated to the national
that the Marcoses were finished.

Jake said: "When we went back on the air, we started to invite some politicians to come and they
would come over, but they would not stay long, because the report was the Marcos forces would
attack the station." This was actually true; the night of February 24, Marcos's son, Bongbong, was
crafting a plan that had him leading an assault on the Broadcast Center. The plan was aborted at the
last minute.
Orly said: "On the air, I called on our old friends from the old ABS-CBN. We called on them to come
back and helppeople like Bong Lapira. They came quickly. We were no longer nervous because
there were so many of us now inside the studio. And the broadcast continued."

Some veterans came back to Bohol Avenue wearing their old ABS-CBN bush jackets. They would
say to all who would listen: "For many years, I've kept this jacket for a day like today."

An impromptu reunion began at the Broadcast Center as old comrades embraced. "O, pare, saan ka
ngayon?" O, puti na ang buhok mo." It was a time for many smiles and reminiscences, and not a few
tears. Veterans like Johnny Midnight, Cris Daluz and Betty Mendez showed up to work.

Jake added: "So that was the story of the takeover of ABS-CBN. The streets outside were full of
people, there to protect us from the soldiers of Marcos. It was outstanding. We were really thrilled.
Imagine, for 14 years, we were kept outside [the Broadcast Center], and then the revolution
happened. I am glad that we had a chance to participate."

Johnny Manahan said: "It meant a lot to me personally just to get inside the Broadcast Center again.
We felt: Let's get ABS-CBN back; let's get this Broadcast Center back. And then I saw the old ABS-
CBN veterans like Jimmy Navarro and Attorney Jake there, and that was a great sight to see."

Jimmy Navarro said: "Getting back to ABS-CBN was beautiful. Beautiful, maniwala ka."

As elated as the ABS-CBN veterans were, it was also a bittersweet moment. Orly Punzalan said:
"We veterans felt so much nostalgia and also sad. The buildings had been poorly maintained; the
bathrooms smelled bad. The lights and corridors were not well kept. It used to be spic and span
before. Then for us to see what we had worked so hard to build in a shambles was so sad. Naku,
ang sakit pala sa dibdib."

The veterans found out that MBS had been systematically pillaged by some of its own staff, so that
much of the movable equipment, such as cameras, were missing. It had accumulated some P13
million in unpaid Meralco bills, but had only P154 in cash in the till. Jake Almeda Lopez says: "It
broke my heart to see the station this way, in such dirt and disrepair. I had supervised the building of
it, after all, for two years, from 1966-68. I knew every nook, every cranny. It was a beautiful place.
This was then the second most advanced broadcast center in Asia, next to NHK in Japan. To see it
in such a sorry state was really painful to me."

And yet Jake provided a reminder to all the veterans of what attitude they had to take. As Salvii
Casino said: "Of all the sights I saw during the revolution, I will never forget one glimpse I had of
Attorney Jake. In the afternoon of February 24, he came into the newsroom, where I was busy
working on the news, and looked around. And the place was a mess because we were rushing to put
the news program on the air. So he stopped, picked up a crumpled piece of paperI think it was a
discarded draft of a news story we had just read on the airand he put it in the wastebasket. I was
really touched by that: imagine someone like Attorney Jake, our boss, doing something like that. I
think he was also telling us that, after all these years, the station was ours again, and that, therefore,
we had to take care of it. I think he was saying that it was time to get back to work."

Because of the ABS-CBN veterans' role in recapturing the Broadcast Center and running it, the
Lopezes' right to the Broadcast Center was not questioned by the new government.Joker Arroyo,
executive secretary to the new president, Corazon Aquino, signed an executive order designating
Jake Lopez as OIC of the Broadcast Center. (There was a brief attempt by some of Juan Ponce
Enrile's officers, including Col. Eduardo Ermita, to take over the station from Jake, but they gave up
when they realized they didn't know how to run a TV station.) And because possession, as they say,
is nine-tenths of the law, that order by Joker Arroyo paved the way for the return of Geny Lopez to
ABS-CBN, and the Broadcast Center to him.

WHEN Geny saw the events of February 24, with his beloved Broadcast Center back on the air, he
made up his mind: "I made reservations to fly back to Manila as soon as I could. Things were
unraveling so fast. I wanted to be home as soon as possible. I felt that this was where I belonged
anyway. This was what I had been waiting for. I wanted to be with my friends, my relatives, with our
people and to participate in a very significant event in our history."

He could not get back fast enough to see the end of the regime. At 11 p.m. on February 25, the
dictator and his family fled to Hawaii.
On the flight back to Manila, Geny met Gloria Romero, his star from the old ABS-CBN's The Gloria-
Luis Show, who was also rushing home. Gloria said: "I embraced him, I was so thrilled to see him. I
said, 'Sir, when ABS-CBN opens again, don't forget me." Genny said yes and kept his promise.

Saturday, March 1. Shortly before noon, Geny and Chita Lopez arrived in the Manila International
Airport, to be greeted by a large crowd of relatives, friends and former employees. A man who had
left the country covertly in 1977 came home in triumph. He said: "I'm euphoric, I'm numb, I'm
speechless. I knew I'd be home again someday. But I never thought that it would be so soon."

A few days later, Geny called many of his old friends and former ABS-CBN employees for a
Thanksgiving Mass at the Chronicle (now Benpres) Building in Pasig. For almost everyone, it was
the first time they had seen Geny in many years. There were embraces, quips and tears. The ABS-
CBN veterans came confident that Geny would soon revive the network and take them all back to the
top.

After Mass, Geny made a short speech, to thank everyone for coming and to share his hopes for the
future. In the end, however, he was overcome by emotion. The enormity of all that had happened
all the little miracles that had enabled him to stand where he was that morningwas just too much.
Tears filled his eyes, and his voice died away.

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Anjho Ezekiel Reyes .........sad story ng philtelevision sa kalagitnaan ng storya

October 19, 2010 at 3:24pm Like


Pinoy Nostalgia @Marthon: Si Makoy... Anime Hater din...

October 19, 2010 at 4:47pm Like 2


Pinoy Nostalgia @Marthon: Tama... pero wala akong info tungkol sa Daimos at ban ng Voltes V, dahil wala
akong collection.

October 20, 2010 at 1:39pm Like

Pinoy Nostalgia Walang problema yun, from admins.

October 20, 2010 at 7:07pm Like

John Christian Canda Domingo Kahit banned ang Voltes V, Mazinger Z at Daimos, pinalabas naman ang Star
Blazers (Space Battleship Yamato), King Arthur, Candy Candy at Astroboy na mga anime din.

October 20, 2010 at 7:45pm Like

Senen Espada too bad mauulit uli yan sa panibagong era kung saan namatay ang TV5 Animega

October 22, 2010 at 1:27pm Like

Janine Jamia Fujiwara NG DAHIL SA SANDAMAKMAK AT OVERLOADED NA SHOWS NGAYON SA TV 5


EH......SOMOBRA NA AT WALANG ANIME PA.....

AW,SNAP!

November 2, 2010 at 2:53am Like

Ymman Jake Merdegia Biaco sana may maka-alala naman kay Julie Vega who had a big contribution sa TV
industry kahit papaano, ang tanong, nagkaroon ba ng Live Coverage ang BBC, MBS, GMA, RPN at IBC sa
kanyang funeral?

November 23, 2010 at 5:50pm Like

John Christian Canda Domingo @Marthon Adobo Pinalabas ulit ang Voltes V at Daimos sa PTV 4 pagkatapos
ng EDSA I.

November 23, 2010 at 5:52pm Like



Joshua Sabater Jimenez @Marthon Kaya ipinagbawal ni Marcos ang Voltes V ay dahil sa sobrang pagkaadik
ng Pinoy sa anime at tactic nya ito para mapigil yun.

February 12, 2011 at 4:15pm Like

Update on the History of Philippine Television

October 18, 2010 at 9:50pm

In 1974, KBS 9 (RPN) had a network of 5 TV Stations nationwide, IBC 13 had 7 TV


Stations, and RBS 7 (GMA) only had 2 TV Stations. By 1985, MBS 4 had a network of 5 TV
Stations nationwide, RPN 9 had 26 TV Stations, IBC 13 had 16 TV stations and GMA 7 had 23
stations nationwide.

In 1987, ABS-CBN 2 had a total of 2 stations nationwide, GMA 7 had 25 stations, RPN 9
had 19 and IBC 13 had 6 stations nationwide. In 1993, ABS-CBN 2 had a total of 14 stations
nationwide, ABC 5 had 8 stations, GMA 7 had 35 stations, RPN 9 had 23 stations and IBC 13
had 20 stations nationwide. In 1996, ABS-CBN had 25 stations,ABC 5 had 9 stations and GMA
7 had 33 stations. By 1998, ABS-CBN had a total of 25 stations nationwide while GMA 7 had
42 stations nationwide.

In 2005, ABS-CBN operates 33 TV stations nationwide. GMA 7 operates 46 TV stations, NBN 4


operates 27 stations, and RPN 9 operates 7 stations.

Feb. 21, 1992 - ABC Channel 5 was formally inaugurated in their all new studio complex in
Novaliches Quezon City.Feb. 21, 1992 - ABC Channel 21 Cebu becomes the first local UHF TV
station in the country.May, 1992 - Southern Broadcasting Network of Davao launched SBN Channel
21, the first local UHF TV station in Metro Manila. It was then known as World TV 21. The idea is to
bring back programming similar to the forceably shut down FEN Channel 17 of the former Clark US
Air Base a year earlier due to the eruption of Mt. Pinatubo.May, 1992 - Ermita Electronics Corp.
launched the country's first UHF TV station fully devoted to rebroadcasting a foreign satellite channel
with the then STAR-TV- controlled MTV Asia on Channel 23.October 1992 - Byers Communications
Corp. launches Intelvision 68 from a transmitter in Antipolo City. It becomes the first UHF station to
introduce subscription TV. Its signals are encrypted in January. However, 6 months after, it folded up
due to intense competition from cable.During President Ramos' administration, IBC 13 and RPN 9
were planned to be privatized to generate government funds, but unfortunately it did not
materialize.August 1993 - Rajah Broadcasting Network became the first radio-based network to
launch a TV station called RJTV 29, with a part music video and part home shopping format. It
pioneered the first home shopping network in the country.Oct. 31, 1994 - Radio Mindanao Network
became the second radio-based network to launch a TV station called CTV31. It is also the first UHF
station to be inspired by the format of a cable movie channel.July 1, 1995 - GMA Network Inc.
launches Citynet 27, becoming the first major radio-television network to operate a UHF TV station. It
attempted to broadcast programming from the old Martial Law GMA 7 days.October 5, 1996 - ABS-
CBN launches Studio 23, becoming the second major radio-television network to operate a UHF TV
station, and the first on UHF to adopt a general programming format. Since their introduction, other
UHF stations never recovered in terms of ratings.1997 - RJTV 29 became the first home of a new
breed of local televangelists and became a vehicle for a then obscure sect leader Bro. Eli Soriano to
become popular in their television program "Ang Dating Daan".1999- Citynet 27 becomes EMC, the
first locally programmed music video channel. It later became Channel V Philippines when it struck
an agreement with STAR TV to localize the said music channel.

1999- Audits of Great Britain operated in the Philippines. AGB Philippines, Inc. is the first AGB
Group-affiliated TAM provider in Asia Pacific.2000 - ETV 39 was launched, attempting to become the
first free to air gambling channel on UHF with the nightly Bingo Pilipino draws. It fizzled out by late
2000 as former president Joseph Estrada banned its draws in response to public clamor.2000 -
Eagle Broadcasting Corp. launches Net 25, the first free-to-air documentary and technology channel
inspired by Discovery Channel and Tech TV. It becomes the third radio based network to launch a
TV station.

2001- IBC 13 and VTV Corp. and Vintage Enterprises Inc., both owned by Carlos A. Velez, signed
into contract, allowing the latter 40 hours of airtime on Channel 13 and 10 additional hours, including
five hours prime time, plus all the breakspots during primetime. 'Who Wants to be a Millionare?'
hosted by Christopher de Leon became phenomenal. On its first season, it averaged on a primetime
rating of 25%. It later reached an all-time high of 38% rating beating ABS-CBN and GMA 7.

January 1, 2001- MTV Asia becomes MTV Philippines, a localized version of the all time favorite
cable channel, through NBC UHF Channel 41. It was the only MTV channel being localized and
aired for free in an Asian country.April 26-30, 2001 - Net 25 became the first UHF station to
broadcast a political event from the opposition and the only station to broadcast in full the infamous
"Edsa Tres". The coverage was only stopped with an order from the Iglesia ni Cristo upon the
request of the government.June 15, 2001 - Zoe TV Channel 11 gives up 95% of its programming to
CNBC Asia, making it the first VHF station to rebroadcast a foreign cable channel. The country is the
only one carrying the channel without any subscription fee on a part-time basis.July, 2001 - Channel
V Philippines closes down because of conflict of interest between the owners of GMA, which was
then being considered by PLDT, who handles MTV Philippines via NBC, one of its
subsidiaries.October, 2001 - After more than a year of test broadcasts, NU TV Channel 37 was
formally launched as UNTV, the first alternative locally programmed music video channel."

2003 - IBC-13 stopped airing Philippine Basketball Association Games

2005 - RPN-9 celebrates its 45th Year anniversary


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Ymman Jake Merdegia Biaco and 2 others like this.

Ymman Jake Merdegia Biaco Q Channel 27 was the first repeater station of a VHF TV network in Metro Manila.

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TV Patrol (Note)

October 19, 2010 at 1:51am

ABOUT THE PROGRAM:

Since 1987, TV Patrol has been offering news, public service and entertainment to the Filipino
audience it serves on ABS-CBN, and globally on TFC. So much has been offered by TV Patrol that it
continues to earn more and more viewers and to be in service to the global Filipino for the past 2
decades.

On TV Patrol's original menu are news happening in and out of Metro Manila--more of national news
(Ulo ng Mga Balita), local government news and the peace-and-order news or news dealing with
police/crime (the brutally popular segment for the viewers and the critics alike: from Blood and Guts,
to Pulis Report, Wanted and Mission Expose to Ronda Patrol). It later expanded to include regional
news (Ronda Probinsya) and global news (World Patrol) which affect the global Filipino.

Public service is also on the menu, featuring news on various people needing help from their
disability or a recent man-made/natural calamity (from Lingkod Bayan to Lingkod Patrol to Gabay
Kapamilya) and later including citizen empowerment (from PULSO/Pangkalahatang Ulat Laan Sa
Opinyon and Hoy Gising to Citizen Patrol and Boto Mo I-Patrol Mo).

Entertainment is there on the menu with news on the Philippine entertainment scene (from Reel to
Real, to Star News, to Star Patrol), news events focusing more on the emotional news, the dramatic
news and the comic/funny/light news, and the added trivia after the Philippine climate/weather
news--then by Ka Ernie Baron, now by Kuya Kim Atienza. Adding to that are live interviews that can
go on at any direction (one of them the Kris interview by Korina in 2003-one of the highest rated
editions in Philippine TV history, making the newscast truly number 1 among viewers). Entertainment
is also in the form of interactive greetings of Filipino families and friends (Bridges on the Air) that can
go on at any direction, and live coverage of Philippine fiestas and celebrations that would include
song-and-dance numbers.

TV Patrol has been the launch pad of various careers of news anchors and broadcast journalists not
only in ABS-CBN, but also in other TV networks in the Philippines. These people were able to deliver
the news (national, regional, global and even local--covering Metro Manila, Bulacan, Laguna, Rizal
and Cavite), help the people via public service (and even dish out entertainment) via the institution
that is the legendary newscast TV Patrol. Also, TV Patrol has been the launch pad of various ABS-
CBN shows-among them Balitang K and Hoy Gising, also Mga Kuwento ni Marc Logan and
eventually the regional flavors of the newscast and by May 2007-Boto Mo I-Patrol Mo.

HISTORY:

With the reopening of ABS-CBN Manila (and eventually the whole ABS-CBN) in 1986, the post-
EDSA 1 edition of Balita Ngayon (its Filipino-language newscast in the 1960's)--with actor Robert
Arevalo and radio anchor Mel Tiangco as anchors--was launched. After few months, people in ABS-
CBN Manila proposed an all-new newscast to replace Balita Ngayon, which was viewed by a few
people then. ABS-CBN Manila was in 5th place in viewership levels among all the Manila TV
channels.

Planned in January 1987 and launched on its premiere telecast on 2 March 1987, TV Patrol was an
innovation and a sensation that time--it combined news with public service and entertainment. And
TV Patrol history became ABS-CBN history--it became the number 1 night-time show in Metro
Manila after few months, as it took the entire Philippines by storm later on; so is ABS-CBN. It was
able to serve not only the people in Metro Manila but also the entire country. For the launch, Robert
and Mel stayed; they were joined in by another radio anchor Noli de Castro and an actress-TV
personality Angelique Lazo. Noli was soon joined by other anchors as the original anchors left--
Robert in 1987 (to be replaced by Frank Evangelista, another legendary TV Patrol anchor),
Angelique in the early 1990's and Mel in 1995. When one anchor cannot arrive, another has to take
place--giving rise to replacement anchors.
1988 saw the launch of regional flavors of TV Patrol to serve the people in various locations of the
country--from Northern Luzon, Central Visayas and Southern Mindanao to Laoag, Iloilo, Tacloban
and Socsargen. The launch of ABS-CBN's global Filipino TV channel TFC (The Filipino Channel) in
1994 was also the launch of a special global edition to serve the overseas Filipinos, eventually
including reports from the network's global news bureux.

Events covered from 1987 by the national/regional/global edition include the Philippine fiestas
(among them the annual Quiapo fiesta), international events like the meetings of the United Nations
(one in Egypt in 1990's) and Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (one in Manila in 1996), coups
against President Corazon Aquino (the worst was in 1989), assassinations of Cory-era personalities
(Lean Alejandro, Rolando Olalia, Joe Pring), the May 1987 senatorial and congressional elections,
rebel Rizal Alih's dramatic Zamboanga attack, rebel soldier Alexander Noble's Northern Mindanao
revolt, the 1990 Northern Luzon earthquake, 1991 Southeast Asian games in Manila, the Mount
Pinatubo explosions (1991 onwards), the Philippine national elections (1992 and 1995), the 1994
Tawi Tawi solar eclipse (that caused the rift between news teams of ABS-CBN and NBN-PTV then,
and Nolis publicized emotional outburst), the 1990's blackouts/oil price hikes, the 1993 Mayon
Volcano explosion, events related to the controversial General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade/GATT,
the 1994 Manila film fest awards night scandals, the 1995 nationwide protest versus the Pacific atom
bomb test, the cases of Filipina workers Victoria Suller (early 1990's in India), Flor Contemplacion
(1994 in Singapore) and Sarah Balabagan (1995 in the Emirates), the 10th anniversary of EDSA
Revolution 1 (1996), the visit of Pope John Paul II (1995) and Mexico's number 1 actress-singer
Thalia (in 1996), the 50th anniversary of the final battles of World War II in the Philippines (1994-
1995) and the 50th anniversary of Bolinao Electronics Corporation-the predecessor of ABS-CBN
Manila (1996).

1997 saw Noli as the national edition's solo anchor until 2001 when he left ABS-CBN to serve the
people as Philippine Senator (and in 2004 as Philippine Vice President). The show covered events
like the situation of Filipinos in Hong Kong during its handover from United Kingdom to China (1997),
the 100th Anniversary of Independence of the Philippines (1998), the 1998 Philippine National
Elections, the Nationwide/Worldwide New Millennium Midnight Celebrations (Year 2000), 2000
government war with Moro Islamic Liberation Front and the 2000 President Estrada Impeachment
Trial-a first in the country and in Asia-that led to the second EDSA Revolution (2001).

By 2001, Korina Sanchez (replacement anchor for Mel Tiangco and Kata Inocencio, 1995-1997) took
over with Henry Omaga Diaz (Noli's, 1997-2001) and Aljo Bendijo (anchor of the ABS-CBN Davao
City edition). TV Patrol covered the 2001 Mendiola Bridge Siege, the 2001 national elections, 9-11-
2001 and subsequent global terror attacks and the Philippine governments war versus terrorists, the
2001 war in Afghanistan, 2000-2001 Abu Sayyaf kidnappings and attacks, the 2001 Abu Sayyaf
kidnappings, the 2001 Fil-Aussie family massacre at Australia, the death and funeral of ABS-CBN
stars Nida Blanca (2001) and Rico Yan (2002).

By 2003, Julius Babao (Noli's another long-time replacement, prior to 1997) joined Korina. They
covered the 2003 SARS epidemic in Hong Kong, 2003 Attack on Iraq, US President George W.
Bush's visit to Manila (2003), the 2003 coup versus President Arroyo, the 50th Anniversary of
Philippine TV and of ABS-CBN Manila (2003), the 2003 fever by ABS-CBN's first daily Taiwanese
drama-comedy series Meteor Garden bundled with the year's visit of the Meteor Garden stars, the
top-rated 2003 publicized controversy of Kris Aquino, the 2004 national elections, and the 2004
abduction, miraculous release and homecoming of OFW Angelo dela Cruz from Iraq (that caused rift
between news teams of ABS-CBN and GMA).

Soon special editions of the newscast for the weekends were in place to give way for ABS-CBN's
special coverages of national and global news, eventually paving way for the regular run of the
weekend editions in 2004--with anchors Henry Omaga Diaz and Ces Orena Drilon (Korina's
replacement, 2001-2004).

2004 saw Korina's announcement of her resignation from the national edition to make way for the
fusion of the national and the global editions-now named TV Patrol World. For the daily edition,
Julius stayed and had co-anchors in Ted Failon (Frank Evangelista's replacement, prior to 1997) and
Karen Davila (ABS-CBN's late night newscaster since 2001). Nina Corpus, and eventually Phoemela
Barranda, anchored the news on the local and international entertainment scene. Henry and Ces
stayed for the weekend edition to be replaced in 2005 by Bernadette Sembrano (Ces' replacement,
2004-2005) and in 2006 by Alex Santos (also anchor of the ABS-CBN Davao City edition).

The World edition has covered the 2004 Asia-Arabia-Africa Tsunami disasters, the emotion-filled
deaths and funerals of actor-presidential candidate Fernando Poe Jr (2004) and Pope John Paul II
(2005), the 2005 installation of Pope Benedict XVI, Hello Garci (2005), the impeachment attempts
versus President Arroyo via Philippine Congress (2005 and 2006), the typhoon disasters of 2004 (in
Quezon) and 2006 (in Leyte, Metro Manila and Bicol Region), the 2005 Southeast Asian Games, the
Asiad 2006, the first Filipino ascent to Mount Everest (2006), the recent Middle East conflict (2006),
the 2006 Philippine nursing exam scandals, the ups and downs of Filipino boxing champ Manny
Pacquiao (2005-2006) and the 2007 Philippine national elections.
ANCHORS:

Robert Arevalo: Originally an anchor of the 1986-1987 Balita Ngayon (a 1960's Filipino language
newscast) he was included in the original TV Patrol (TVP) lineup before he resigned in June 1987,
paving the way for Frank Evangelista. He continues to be an actor in various movies and TV shows
today.

Noli de Castro: A radio anchor during Martial Law, he exhibited talent and charisma that made his
name, his moniker Kabayan and TVP eventually (and his trademark-turned-long running top rating
current affairs show Magandang Gabi Bayan) not only as a household name, but as an institution.
He was joined by 3 anchors from 1987 until 1997 when he went solo, before running and eventually
winning as Philippine Senator in 2001 and as Philippine Vice President in 2004.

Mel Tiangco: A radio personality and a co-anchor of Robert Arevalo in Balita Ngayon, she was
included in the TVP line-up--anchoring the dramatic Lingkod Bayan segment--until 1995, when she
moved to GMA Manila to host news and current affairs shows-among them long-time TVP
competitors Saksi, Frontpage and now, 24 Oras.

Angelique Lazo: An actress of the 1980's, she was one of the TVP anchors who dished out the
immensely popular Star News segment before moving to the United States and eventually returning
to host various shows of Manila stations of GMA, RPN and NBN.

Frank Evangelista (+): Passed away since 2004, he was the first replacement anchor (replacing
Robert Arevalo) until 1997 (the year when TVP went solo with Noli de Castro) when he hosted a
variety of shows on Sarimanok News Network (now ABS-CBN News Channel/ANC). Before TVP, he
was a staffer in a number of shows in ABS-CBN before Martial Law.

Alou Camua: She was the replacement anchor for Angelique Lazo's Star News segment.
Patricia Opel: She was the replacement anchor for Star News segment of Angelique Lazo and Alou
Camua.

Tintin Bersola: She became the final replacement anchor for the Star News segment until 1997 as
she co-hosted ABS-CBN's Showbiz Lingo. It was in TVP that she first met her husband-to-be Julius
Babao. She continued to host beyond 1997 various ABS-CBN shows Talk TV, Etcetera and the
legendary morning news-variety show that started morning shows on Philippine TV: Alas Singko Y
Medya (Magandang Umaga Pilipinas-MUP).

Julius Babao: He was replacement anchor for Noli de Castro before 1997, reporter of national/local
news, host of the ground breaking Web Patrol @ ABS-CBN.com, and replacement host for Noli on
Magandang Gabi Bayan (2001-2004) before being co-anchor to Korina Sanchez in 2003. He is the
current TVP World (TVPW) anchor, as he hosts shows on ABS-CBN DZMM Manila Radio and ABS-
CBN Manila TV, namely X-Klusibong, X-Plosibong X-Pose and MUP (since it was named Alas
Singko Y Medya), where he acts as co-host to wife Tintin Bersola.

Kata Inocencio: She reported the national news--mostly on the Corazon Aquino administration until
1992, and on the Malacanang Palace events--before being replacement anchor for Mel Tiangco from
1995 to 1997 as she handled the Lingkod Bayan segment. She went on to host shows sponsored by
ABS-CBN Foundation, until she became a media executive for Jesus Is Lord Movement.

Korina Sanchez: Prior to being replacement anchor for Kata Inocencio from 1995 to 1997 and
reporter of national/local news, she worked as correspondent on the Manila station of NBN (then
called MBS in 1980's) before moving to ABS-CBN in 1986 to host Magandang Umaga Po (with Noli)-
the predecessor of Alas Singko y Medya (now Magandang Umaga Pilipinas). After 1997, she
continued reporting national news, and hosting the TVP segments-turned-shows Hoy Gising (then
co-hosted by Kris Aquino, Ted Failon, Ruth Abao Espinosa) and Balitang K (with Julius Babao, Tintin
Bersola, Cheryl Cosim and Gilbert Remulla as replacements). She was main anchor again in 2001
with Henry Omaga Diaz and Aljo Bendijo, and in 2003 with Julius Babao-as she co-hosted Morning
Girls with Kris Aquino. After announcing her resignation in 2004 to make way for TVPW, she
continued to host Rated K and other shows on ANC. She is ABS-CBN's Chief National-Global
Executive Correspondent, and a current anchor in ABS-CBN's late night newscast Bandila.
Ted Failon: Before anchoring TVPW in 2004, he was replacement anchor for Frank Evangelista, as
he anchored various segments like Mission Expose and Hoy Gising (which he hosted as a show with
various anchors). He hosts the ABS-CBN DZMM Manila Radio show Tambalang Failon at Sanchez
with Korina Sanchez since the 1990's. After running as congressman for the province of Leyte in
2001, he returned to the DZMM show, to the newly-revived Hoy Gising Kapamilya (this time with
Connie Sison and Bernadette Sembrano) and eventually to the newscast he once anchored as
replacement.

Ernie Baron (+): He was a radio anchor and a long-time reporter on Philippine climate/weather
conditions and also called the Filipino Walking Encyclopedia before his death in 2006. He was also a
host of the radio and TV versions of the show Knowledge Power.

Marc Logan: As he is a long-time still-standing reporter of local/regional news and and segment
anchor for TVP's light news (that define the entertainment on TVP), he was host to most of ABS-
CBN's light-and-funny current affairs shows, the most recent being Vid-Joking.

Henry Omaga Diaz: He was the veteran Mindanao journalist and the award-winning newscaster who
was replacement anchor for Noli de Castro (1997-2001) as he reported national news--especially
those on the Mindanao conflicts--and acted as segment reporter for Magandang Gabi Bayan. He has
even anchored tha national TVP live in various cities in Mindanao. He was main anchor again in the
2001-2003 national edition with Korina Sanchez and Aljo Bendijo; then he became special reports
anchor and public service anchor from 2003-2004, until he anchored the newly-baked weekend
edition with Ces Orena-Drilon (and eventually Bernadette Sembrano) from 2004 to 2006, as he was
also co-host of Magandang Gabi Bayan (MGB). He is a current anchor of the ABS-CBN late-night
newscast Bandila and host of X-Klusibong X-Plosibong X-Pose.

Aljo Bendijo: Prior to national TVP in 2001 (he anchored the local news-mostly peace-and-order
news), he was co-anchor to Girlie Balaba in the ABS-CBN Davao edition. He continued to report
national and local news-among them the 2004 national elections-until 2006, when he became co-
anchor to Connie Sison in the RPN Manila late-afternoon newscast.

Ces Orena-Drilon: Prior to national TVP as Korina's replacement (2001-present), she reported
national news-mostly dealing with the military, and among them the 1989 coup against President
Corazon Aquino-as she hosted shows like Usapang Business and Pipol. She became main anchor
for the weekend editions (alongside Henry Omaga Diaz) until 2005, when she co-anchored the late
night newscast Insider with Atty. Dong Puno. She is Karen's replacement for TVPW, current anchor
in Insider's replacement Bandila, and part of The Correspondents.

Cathy San Gabriel: Prior to national TVP as Korina's replacement (2001-2003), she handled the
daily hourly news updates on ABS-CBN Manila- Breaking News (now News Patrol).

Pinky Webb: Prior to national TVP as Korina's replacement (2003-2004), she anchored the
newscasts on ABS-CBN DZMM Manila Radio and ABS-CBN News Channel (which she continues
today). She is Korina's replacement for Bandila and Karen Davila's replacement for TVPW, and
anchor of the daily News Patrol.

Cheryl Cosim: Prior to national TVP as Korina's replacement (2003-2004), she hosted Alas Singko Y
Medya (she continues until now on the show now named MUP) and reported the national/local news.
She was Ces' replacement in Insider in 2005 and host of TFC's Kumusta Kabayan (1994-2006) and
Payong Kapatid in 2005 (now a segment on MUP she now hosts). She plays anchor of the current
daily News Patrol, Karen's replacement on Pasada 630 and co-host of ABS-CBN DZMM Manila
Radio's Para Sa Iyo Bayan with returning Noli de Castro.

Mon Ilagan: Prior to national TVP as Julius' replacement (2003-2004), he reported national and local
news and hosted the weekend editions of Alas Singko Y Medya (MUP). He is serving the people as
mayor of the town of Cainta in Rizal province.

Pia Hontiveros: Prior to national TVP as Korina's replacement (2001-2003), she anchored The
Weekend News and reported national news-among them the coups against President Corazon
Aquino (1989), the mass graves of Bicol communist rebels (1990) and the Metro Manila typhoons,
when she would tie herself near a post to report on the typhoons hitting Metro Manila (1995). She
anchors the ANC newscasts.
Bernadette Sembrano: Prior to national TVP's weekend edition as Ces' replacement in 2004 (until
she became main anchor in 2005), Bernadette has headlined shows on GMA Manila--among them
Wish Ko Lang, TVP's competitor Saksi and the legendary Probe (her controversial PAGCOR report
on the show made a rift between Probe Productions and GMA Manila, causing Probe to move to
ABC Manila, and now to ABS-CBN Manila)--before moving to ABS-CBN Manila to report national
news and host shows like Lukso ng Dugo. She stays as anchor to TVPW Weekend Edition's anchor
(alongside Alex Santos), Karen's replacement for the daily World edition and host of MUP and the
globally-followed Nagmamahal Kapamilya.

Karen Davila: Prior to TVPW's daily anchor (along Julius and Ted), Karen headlined shows on GMA
Manila--among them Probe, Extra Extra and TVP's competitor Saksi--before moving to ABS-CBN
Manila in the Year 2000 to create special reports for TVP and host Barangay Dos (with Atty. Kiko
Pangilinan, before being Philippine Senator in 2001) and The Correspondents (until now). She
headlined the newscasts ABS-CBN Headlines (2000-2003) and Insider (2003-2004) before
headlining TVPW. Her controversial emotion-laden interview with Susan Roces during the mourning
period of her husband-actor-presidential candidate Fernando Poe Jr in 2004 made her create a
resignation letter from TVPW not accepted by the ABS-CBN Manila executives. She stays as anchor
of TVPW.

Tony Velasquez: He reports the national/local news before assigned as Ces' replacement for the
national weekend edition (2005). He continues to host shows over ANC.

Nina Corpus: She reports news on the Philippine entertainment scene; she once hosted Showbiz
Number 1 and Magandang Umaga Bayan (MUP) before assigned as Star Patrol segment anchor. As
she pursued studies in the United Kingdom, Phoemela Barranda replaced her in 2005-she is now
Phoemela's replacement.

Phoemela Barranda: Prior to TVPW (she became the newscast's Star Patrol segment host replacing
Nina Corpus in 2005), she was an actress in the globally-popular ABS-CBN teleserye (TV series)
Pangako sa Iyo, and a host of GMA Manila's reality-based variety show Extra Challenge before
moving back to ABS-CBN as co-host of The Buzz.
Marie Lozano: A replacement Star Patrol segment host for Phoemela Barranda, she reports news on
the Philippine entertainment scene.

Tina Monzon-Palma: Prior to TVPW (she anchored the Lingkod Kapamilya segment), she co-
anchored ABS-CBN Manila's post-EDSA edition of the pre-1972 newscast The World Tonight (now
Philippines Tonight on ANC where she still co-anchors) with Angelo Castro Jr (also current
Philippines Tonight anchor), after co-anchor Loren Legarda became Philippine Senator in 1998. Prior
to that, she headlined newscasts on GMA Manila--even during the final years of President Marcos
and the first years of President Corazon Aquino.

Alex Santos: Prior to TVPW (as Bernadette's co-anchor), he was anchor in the ABS-CBN Davao
edition) and ABS-CBN Manila's correspondent for Mindanao news before moving to ABS-CBN
Manila.

Kim Atienza: Prior to TVPW (he replaced Ka Ernie for the Philippine climate/weather news and
trivia), he was Councilor in the city of Manila and one of the hosts of Magandang Umaga Bayan
(MUP).

REPORTERS (PAST AND PRESENT):

Gus Abelgas: He reports the national/local news-mostly dealing with the Philippine police and
military-as he hosts ABS-CBN's SOCO. He was segment reporter for Magandang Gabi Bayan and
host of various ABS-CBN current affairs shows.

Dominic Alfelor: He reports the local news (news in Metro Manila, Bulacan, Laguna, Rizal, Cavite),
specifically peace-and-order stories.

Dindo Amparo: He reports the global news (news on Filipinos in the Middle East-among them the
2006 Israel-Lebanon conflict and the displacement of thousands of overseas Filipinos there) and
hosts ABS-CBN Middle East based shows on The Filipino Channel (TFC) and the ABS-CBN News
Channel (ANC); before moving to ABS-CBN Middle East in 2006, he reported national/local news.
Victor Andal: He reports regional news (in Northern Luzon) as he takes part in TV Patrol Laoag.

Terry Aquino: He reports regional news (in Northern Luzon) as he takes part in TV Patrol North
Central Luzon.

Sol Aragones: She reports the national news-mostly dealing with government policies and officials-
she also anchors the weekend TVP-inspired News Patrol-hourly updates on ABS-CBN Manila.

Adrian Ayalin: Prior to TVPW (he reports the national and local news, specifically the news events
like the typhoon disasters in Aurora, Leyte and Albay and the Wowowee stampede), he was a co-
anchor to actress-newscaster Precious Hipolito-Castelo in the Express Balita newscast on IBC
Manila. He reported the award-winning news feature on Mangyan schools in ABS-CBN's current
affairs show The Correspondents.

Nony Basco: He reports regional news (in Visayas) as he takes part in TV Patrol Iloilo-Una Sa Balita!

Danny Buenafe: He reports global news (news on Filipinos in Europe) and hosts ABS-CBN Europe-
based shows on TFC and ANC; before moving to ABS-CBN Europe in 2006, he reported
national/local news and moved to ABS-CBN Middle East in 2001 where he reported news on
Filipinos in the Middle East (among them the 2003 US-Led Attack on Iraq).

Ricky Carandang: He reports national news as he hosts shows on ANC.

Queenie Casimiro: She reports the regional news (in Mindanao) as she is part of TV Patrol Central
Mindanao.
Dyan Castillejo: She reports sports news events-among them the 2005 Southeast Asian Games, the
2006 Asiad, and the recent victories of Filipinos in boxing and billiards-as she hosts sports shows on
ABS-CBN Manila and ANC. She anchored The World Tonight segments.

Winnie Cordero: She reports on the local news-among them the 2004 Metro Manila Christmas
holidays-as she co-hosts MUP (since it was named Alas Singko Y Medya) and ABS-CBN DZMM
Manila Radio shows. She headlined various shows in ABS-CBN Manila, among them the
breakthrough comedy-variety Ang TV.

Doland Castro: He reports the national/local news-among them the 2003 coup against President
Arroyo and the 2006 State of National Emergency; prior to that, he was actually a young anchor in
the TVP-inspired kiddie-oriented newscast Junior TV Patrol.

Willard Cheng: He reports national/local news (among them the annual Pampanga Christmas
Lantern Festivals and the 2007 Spring Festival/Lunar New Year celebrations in Manila's Chinatown
district).

Katherine de Castro: She reports national/global news-among them the 2001 Israel bombings-as
she is currently a host of ABS-CBN's Trip na Trip. She anchored the newscast segment of
Magandang Umaga Bayan (MUP) and served as co-host of Magandang Gabi Bayan until 2005.

Dhobbie de Guzman: He reports regional news (in Northern Luzon) as he anchors TV Patrol
Northern Luzon.

Arlyn dela Cruz: Prior to TVP (she reported national news-mostly on the governments fight versus
Muslim/communist rebels), she was a correspondent for ABC Manila. After her stint in ABS-CBN,
she was news executive for Net 25 and made headlines again in 2000 as TVP reported her
abduction and eventual release from Muslim rebels in Mindanao. She acts as contributor to TVP's
national news-among them featuring a Filipino who claimed he got to Mount Everest before Leo
Oracion and Pastor Emata did in 2006.
Mario Dumawal: He reports the news on the Philippine entertainment scene for TV Patrol World's
Star Patrol. He once hosted the current affairs show Scandals/Intrigues/Mysteries with Gigi Grande
in 2001.

Alvin Elchico: Prior to TVPW (he reports the national and local news, specifically national business
news), he was part of TV Patrol Bacolod/Western Visayas.

Dexter Ganibe: He reports regional news (in Mindanao) as he takes part in TV Patrol Socsargen.

Gigi Grande: She reports global news (on Filipinos in Australia and Asia-Pacific, among them the
Filipino-Australian celebration of the November 2006 victory of Filipino boxing champ Manny
Pacquiao) as she hosts ABS-CBN Australia based shows; before moving to ABS-CBN Australia, she
reported national news and special reports-some of them also for ABS-CBN's The Correspondents.

Paul Henson: He reports the national and local news, specifically national business news.

Lynda Jumilla: She reports the national, local and global news; she was the first Filipino reporter to
be in Vatican City on 3 April 2005-the day after Pope John Paul II died.

Leo Lastimosa: He reports regional news (in the Visayas) as he anchors TV Patrol Central Visayas.

Cheche Lazaro: She makes special reports-some of them for the show Probe on ABS-CBN; she was
part of ABS-CBN News in 1986 and created Probe before moving to GMA Manila in 1988 (forming
the journalist group Probe Productions) and to ABC Manila in 2004 and going back to ABS-CBN in
2005.
Vic Lima: A long-time host in ABS-CBN DZMM Manila Radio shows and current co-anchor in Karen
Davila's Pasada 630 on the same radio station, he reports the national news and the global news
whiparound.

Rico Lucena: He reports national news (among them the 2006 Albay floods) and regional news (in
the Visayas-among them the 2005 Bohol poisoning, the 2005 Leyte landslides, and the annual
Sinulog Festival) as he takes part in TV Patrol Central Visayas and Maayong Buntag Cebu.

Maan Macapagal: She reports the national and local news-among them the governments fight
versus rebels. She was in the limelight in the year 2000 when she was hostaged by the Muslim
rebels and was eventually released with cameraman-husband Val Cuenca.

Stephen Manangan: He reports the regional news (in Mindanao) as he anchors TV Patrol Southern
Mindanao.

Chito Maniago: He reports the national/local/regional news (specifically news events in Pampanga).

TJ Manotoc: Prior to TVPW (he reports the national/global sports events-among them the UAAP and
NCAA games, the 2006 Asiad and the 2005 Southeast Asian Games, and the boxing matches of
Filipino boxing champ Manny Pacquiao), he was a news personality on GMA Manila shows (he once
hosted the sports segment of TVP's current competitor 24 Oras) before he moved to ABS-CBN
Manila, who gave him assignments on Magandang Umaga Pilipinas and now, Mornings @ ANC.

Abner Mercado: He reports the national and global news-among them the Mindanao rebels-versus-
soldiers conflicts and the first successful ascent of Filipinos Leo Oracion and Pastor Emata to Mount
Everest (Romy Garduce as the third). He is the long-time still-standing host of ABS-CBN's The
Correspondents.

Maja Moralde: She reports the regional news (in Mindanao) as she takes part in TV Patrol
Socsargen.
Marieton Pacheco: She reports national news as she hosts Mornings @ ANC; she hosted Breakfast
on Studio 23 with Bam Aquino, JC Gonzales, Patty Laurel, Atom Araullo and Ryan Agoncillo.

Stanley Palisada: He reports national news and regional news (in Mindanao); he also anchors the
weekend News Patrol.

Yasmin Pascual Dormido: She reports regional news (in Visayas) as she takes part in TV Patrol
Western Visayas.

Aireen Perol: She reports regional news (in the Bicol Region) as she takes part in TV Patrol Bicol.

Ina Reformina: Prior to TVPW (she reports the national and local news), she was ABS-CBN Manila's
long-time Cebu correspondent and part of TV Patrol Cebu.

Maria Ressa: She makes special reports (specifically national news-like the Philippine war on
terrorists); she was part of ABS-CBN News in 1986 and joined Cheche Lazaro's Probe before
moving to CNN as Southeast Asia Correspondent in 1988 and moved back to head ABS-CBN News
in 2005.

Ging Reyes: She reports global news (news on Filipinos in North America) as she hosts ABS-CBN
North America based shows on TFC and ANC; prior to that she was an on-and-off-cam news
personality, dealing with national news.

Michelle Robin: She reports the regional news (in Mindanao) as she takes part in TV Patrol Southern
Mindanao.
Jay Ruiz: He reports the national, local and regional news. He is a host of a number of Studio 23
shows.

David Santos: He reports regional news (in Mindanao) as he is part of TV Patrol Chavacano.

Kharren Serra: She reports the regional news (in Mindanao) as she takes part in TV Patrol Southern
Mindanao.

Nene Tamayo: Prior to TVPW (she hosts the Citizen Patrol segment), she was the winner of the first
edition of Endemol's real-life drama show Pinoy Big Brother and a finalist on the dance-oriented
variety show You Can Dance-both on ABS-CBN.

Ricky Velasco: He reports the local news, specifically news on Metro Manila traffic.

Jenny Villanueva: She reports regional news (in Mindanao) as she anchors TV Patrol Chavacano.

Jenny Alejandro: She reported national/local/regional news (among them the New Millennium
celebrations in Boracay in the Year 2000) before moving to Channel NewsAsia in Singapore.

Girlie Balaba: She reported regional news (in Mindanao) as she co-anchored TV Patrol Mindanao
(TV Patrol Southern Mindanao), before resigning in 2003 to be a lawyer.

Aladin Bacolodan: Prior to TVPW (he reported national/local/global news-among them the 2003
SARS scare and the 2004 tsunami disaster in Southeast Asia) he was ABS-CBN Manila's Gensan
correspondent and part of TV Patrol General Santos/Socsargen. He currently lives in the United
States.
Doris Bigornia: She reported national/local news--among them the 2001 Mendiola Bridge Siege,
2003 SARS scare, the 2003 New Year celebrations in Manila's Tondo district, the 2004 Cebu
Inaugural of Philippine President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo and Vice President Noli de Castro and the
2005 meningcococcemia scare--before she moved to NBN Manila; prior to TVP, she was
correspondent for the United Kingdom's BBC.

Israel Cando: He reported national/local news before moving to Canada as editor for a Filipino-
Canadian paper.

Ces Datu: She reported national news before moving to United States-where she reported again on
the 9-11-2001 Terrorist Attack in New York for the network.

Melo Del Prado: He reported national/local news-mostly peace-and-order news-before moving to


RPN Manila.

Jun del Rosario: He reported national/local news-mostly for Hoy Gising, among them the
controversial Manila Jail expose.

Ana Marie Fuderanan: She reported national/local news-like those in Philippine police-as she
became segment reporter for Magandang Umaga Pilipinas and Magandang Gabi Bayan until 2005,
when she became a school professor.

Mon Ilagan: He reported national/local news as he hosted the weekend editions of Alas Singko Y
Medya (Magandang Umaga Pilipinas) before working as mayor of Cainta town in Rizal province.

Jillian Julio: She reported regional news (in Northern Luzon) as she took part in TV Patrol
Baguio/Northern Luzon.
Ed Lingao: He reported national/global news (among them the 2001 war in Afghanistan-as the first
Filipino newsman to get into Afghanistan, and the 2003 US-Led Attack on Iraq-as the first Filipino
newsman to get into Iraq's capital city Baghdad before until after the war) and hosted ABS-CBN's
The Correspondents before heading the news department of ABC Manila.

Dante Luzon: He reported regional news (in the Visayas among them the New Year 2002
Celebrations in the Visayas and the 2003 peace-and-order news in Dumaguete City) as he took part
in TV Patrol Dumaguete before moving to ABS-CBN Cebu and now, to ABS-CBN Davao as host of
Maayong Buntag Mindanao.

Cheri Mercado: She reported national/local news (among them the 2003 SARS outbreak) as she
hosts the daily morning news-variety show Magandang Umaga Bayan (Magandang Umaga Pilipinas)
before moving to ABC Manila.

Gene Orejana: He reported the national news--among them the 1993 Mayon Volcano eruption--and
hosted shows on ANC until 2005.

Rowena Orejana: She reported national news, mostly on government officials--among them the Year
2000's President Estrada Impeachment Trial--as she hosted the weekend editions of Alas Singko Y
Medya (Magandang Umaga Pilipinas) until 2005.

Karen Padilla: She reported national/local news (among them the 2001 Mendiola Bridge Siege by
Pro-Estrada Groups).

Patrick Paez: He reported national news and hosted ABS-CBN's The Correspondents before moving
to ABC Manila.

Gilbert Remulla: He reported national/local news; he now works as congressman of the province of
Cavite.
Annie Salon Gacayan: She reported the regional news (in Davao and Cotabato provinces) before
she became an ABS-CBN Zamboanga executive.

Connie Sison: She reported national/local news (among them the 2001 Mendiola Bridge Siege and
the 2003 SARS outbreak); she now hosts the ABS-CBN News Channel show Balitang Disyerto, as
she anchors the RPN Manila late-afternoon newscast.

Josie Sison-Livingstone: She reported national/local news before being a reporter for Rogers
Television-Canada

Robert Tan: He reported national/local news-mostly on the government dealing with rebels and
peace-and-order news-until 2005.

Erwin Tulfo: He anchored The Weekend News and reported national/local/global news-among them
the Mindanao rebels-versus-soldiers conflicts and the 2003 US-Led Attack on Iraq, as he became
host to ABS-CBN's news and current affairs shows, among them Hoy Gising (as Teds replacement),
Magandang Umaga Bayan (Magandang Umaga Pilipinas) and Magandang Gabi Bayan (after Noli de
Castro ran as Philippine Vice President). In 2006, he then became a news personality on RPN
Manila and now on DZAR Manila Radio.

Carmelita Valdez: She reported national/local news--among them the 1990 Northern Luzon
earthquake, the collapse of a building in Manila's Divisioria district in the early 2000's, the 2001
Mendiola Siege and the 2003 SARS scare in China's Hong Kong--and became one of the hosts of
the weekend editions of Alas Singko Y Medya (Magandang Umaga Pilipinas) before moving to ABC
Manila.

JV Villar: He reported local news and news from the Philippine entertainment scene before he
became one of the hosts of The Buzz.
Other Members: Kristel Alio, Zyann Ambrosio, Atom Araullo (former GMA News personality and
Studio 23 personality), Niko Baua, Jorge Cario, Jing Castaeda, RG Cruz, Miranda De Quiros,
Rose Eclarinal, Ron Gagalac, Zen Hernandez, Wheng Hidalgo, Apples Jalandoni, Cecille Lardizabal,
Charo Logarta, Gretchen Malalad (SEA Games Medalist for Swimming, Pinoy Big Brother Celebrity
Edition 1 Participant), Israel Malasa, Chito Maniago, Sheryl Mundo, Timi Nubla, Pier Pastor, Ana
Puod, Liza Reyes, Dong Robles, Nadia Trinidad, Chari Villa (Former Reuters International
Correspondent and Current Newsgathering Head of ABS-CBN News and Current Affairs), Jing
Magsaysay, Apa Ongpin, Manny Ayala, Martin Gonzalvez, Gilbert Remulla and Joey Villarama.

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FORMER NEWS ANCHORS AND REPORTERS

October 19, 2010 at 1:59am

- Mari Kaimo (GMA, STUDIO 23)

- Risa Hontiveros-Baraquel (GMA)

- Atty. Romy Macalintal (PTV)

- Veronica Pedrosa (ABS-CBN)

- Cathy Yap-Yang (ABS-CBN)

- Rico Hizon (GMA)

- Mon Isberto (GMA)

- Marga Ortigas (GMA)

- Coco Quisumbing (RPN)

- Angelique Lazo (ABS-CBN, RPN, NBN)


- Veronica Baluyot-Jimenez (GMA)

- Candice Giron (ABC, GMA)

- Anthony Pangilinan (PTV)

- David Nye (SBN)

- Chi-Chi Fajardo-Robles (PTV and ABC)

- Eric Eloriaga (ABC, RPN)

- Pete Roa (RPN)

- Cristina Pecson (GMA, PTV, RPN)

- Joma Carlos (ABC, RPN)

- Kata Inocencio (ABS-CBN)

- Arlene dela Cruz (ABS-CBN, NET 25)

- Gina dela Vega Cruz (PTV, INC)

- Gabbie Concepcion (RPN, GMA)

- Carmina Constantino (ANC)

- Kathy San Gabriel (ABS-CBN NBN)

- Aladin Bacolodan (ABS-CBN)

- Aljo Bendijo (ABS-CBN, RPN, NBN)

- Connie Sison (ABS-CBN, RPN, GMA)

- Vivien P. Zalvidea (ABS-CBN and ABC) is with TFCs Balitang America.

- Freddie Abando (NBN)

- Toby Nebrida (NBN)

- Flor "Zaldy" Perez (NBN)


- Nina Castro (GMA)

- Alex Tinsay (GMA)

- Lulu Pascual (RPN)

- Jimmy Gil (GMA)

- Veronica Cleofe (NBN)

- Justine Espina (NBN)

- Marigold Haber (RPN)

- Mao dela Cruz (GMA)

- Dodie Lacuna (RPN)

- Precious Hipolito (IBC)

- Wheng Hidalgo (ABS-CBN)

- Ina Reformina (ABS-CBN)

- Lester Chavez (ABS-CBN)

- Irene Javier (ABS-CBN)

- Ruth Abao-Espinosa (PTV and ABS-CBN)

- TG Kintanar (IBC and ABC)

- Issa Rodriguez (PTV)

- Ida Bernasconi (IBC)

- Manuel Llige (IBC)

- Grace Choa (IBC)

- Neil Santos III (IBC)

- Melissa Gecolea (GMA)


- Patricia Evangelista (GMA)

- Harry Gasser (RPN)

- Lee Andres (IBC)

- Teresa Guanzon (PTV, RPN and IBC)

- Vince Alingod (IBC)

- Cielo Villaluna (RPN)

- Bobby Guanzon (GMA)

- Buddy Lopa (RPN)

- Ida Vargas (RPN)

- Caren Bayhon (IBC, ANC)

- Leslie Espino (GMA)

- Mike Lacanilao (GMA)

- Ynna Yulo (IBC)

- Cara Javier (RPN)

- Anna Marie Soriano (IBC)

- Ed Nanquil (RPN)

- Eliza Romualdez-Valtos (ANC)

- Ronald Estella (ABS-CBN)

- Manny Mojica (IBC)

- Nitz de Onon (IBC)

- Anne Palorina (ABS-CBN)

- Mandy Francisco (ABS-CBN)


- Israel Cando (ABS-CBN)

- Ronnie Azurin (RPN)

- Liezel Castro (ABS-CBN)

- Mylene Acua (ABS-CBN)

- Weng Papasin (ABS-CBN)

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Adrian Paul Balaoing Conoza miss ko na c mari kaimo in the news..well, he's one of the hosts of the 700 club
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ABS-CBN Network Board of Directors and Adresses (1990s)

October 19, 2010 at 4:55pm

Board of Directors

Chairman of the Board: EUGENIO M. LOPEZ, JR

Vice-Chairman of the Board: AUGUSTO ALMEDA-LOPEZ

President: EUGENIO L. LOPEZ III

Executive Vice-President & General Manager: FEDERICO M. GARCIA

Asst. General Manager & SVP Radio/Provincial & Television: ROLANDO V. CRUZ
Board Members: PETER D. GARRUCHO, ANTONIO LEO T. LAGON, FERNANDO H.
LOPEZ III, MANUEL M. LOPEZ, OSCAR M. LOPEZ, PRESENTACION L. PSINAKIS, HENRY SY,
SR.

SENIOR VICE-PRESIDENT

Engineering: MARCOS A. ELIZAN

Television & Special Projects: MA. ROSARIO N. SANTOS-CONCIO

Corporate Services Group: FELIPE S. YALONG

VICE-PRESIDENT

Radio Network Division: JOSELITO L. BALQUIEDRA, JR.

Radio/TV Regional Network: DANILO A. BERNARDO

Creative Communications Management: SALVII S. CASINO

Star Magic: MARIA LUISA M. CORPUS

Research & Business Analysis: NICANOR C. GABUNADA, JR.

Finance: ARTURO K. LIBREA

Talent Development & Management: JUAN L. MANAHAN

Human Resources & Administration: DEXTER C. MENDOZA

Legal & Government Affairs: DANILO V. MORALES

ABS-CBN International (North America): JOSE RAMON D. OLIVES

News & Current Affairs: RICARDO V. PUNO, JR.

Marketing & Sales: MANUEL P. QUIOGUE

Information Technology: RAUL P. RODRIGUEZ

Design Center: EDMUND L. TY

Television: SOCORRO V. VIDANES


ASSISTANT VICE-PRESIDENT

Human Resources: MANUEL V. BAVIERA

Engineering: EDUARDO D. FLORES

Radio Network Division: PETER A. MUSGI

Radio/TV Regional Network: GEORGE G. PADOLINA

Procurement & Importation/Building Rehabilitation: MERCEDES L. VARGAS

DIRECTOR

Office of the General Manager

Capital Projects: JES WINSTON O. OCCENA

Sales & Marketing

Sales Non-Prime: DAVID R. DOMINGUEZ

Sales Prime: ORLANDO G. GALANG

Regional Radio Sales: JOSE M. GARCIA

Regional TV Sales: REGINA T. MARIANO

Manila Radio Sales: SALVADOR T. NOGOY

Television

TV Engineering: ATANACIO V. PASCUAL

Creative: JOAQUIN ENRICO C. SANTOS

Creative Communications Management

TV Promotions: MA. CARMINDA M. DE LEON

Engineering

Network Engineering: GERMAN M. FLAVIANO


Communications Engineering: JOSELITO B. REMULLA

Finance

Treasury/Asset Management: BEVERLY S. FERNANDEZ

Budget & Comptrollership: RONALDO P. MASTRILI

Credit & Collection/Traffic: JOSE ANTONIO K. VELOSO

Legal Services, Government Affairs, Corporate & Media Affairs

Government & Corporate Affairs: MA. LOURDES LILIA E. MANALASTAS

Corporate & Media Affairs: ALFONSO S. RAQUEL, JR.

News & Current Affairs

Engineering & Production Services: MILO S. CACANINDIN

Current Affairs: FATIMA ARLENE S. DE CASTRO

News: JESUS J. MADERAZO

Radio/TV Regional Network

Radio/TV Regional Network Programming: JOANNA S. GOMEZ

RTVRN Operations & Engineering: ALEXANDER V. PAREDES

Radio Network Division

Audio Engineering: ROLANDO V. AGBAY

Talent Development & Management Division

Talent Center: MA. YOLANDA R. ALBERTO

Training (Acting): LAURENTI M. DYOGI

ABS-CBN International

ABS-CBN Telecom: ALEJANDRO A. AQUINO


Finance: NATHALIA C. HIZON

Business Development: RAFAEL A. JISON

International Distribution: MA. ARACELI S. LAVINA

Information Technology & Operations: RAFAEL L. LOPEZ

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR

Current Affairs: EMILIO C. APOSTOL

SENIOR MANAGER

ABS-CBN International

Marketing (North America Office): OLIVIA FININA A. GATCHALIAN

Program Services: RITA ROWENA C. VILLEGAS

Information Technology

Systems Affiliates: MA. NENITA E. CRUZ

News Nerve Center

News Nerve Center: ERLINDO B. ALVARADO

Research & Business Analysis

Television Broadcast Studies: ROSEMARIE C. MARTINEZ

MANAGER

Office of the President

Business Development: MARTIN L. LOPEZ

Special Events: MILAGROS R. VIZCARRA

Office of the General Manager

Projects Control (Capital Projects): ALEJANDRO A. CONTRERAS III


Regional Project (Capital Projects): ERICKSON Y. MANZANO

Technical Services (Capital Projects): REGINALD M. MICU

Project Engineering (Capital Projects): EDGAR R. PIKE

Radio/TV Regional Network

Bacolod (Station Manager): MARIA LUISA L. ASCALON

Davao (Station Manager): ANTONIO S. DADULA

General Santos (Station Manager): JULIEBELLE DATOR

Baguio (Station Manager): JOSEPH JEROME T. FRANCIA

Cagayan de Oro (Station Manager): ALEXANDER MARTINEZ

Cebu (Station Manager): MARCIAL G. SANSON

Legaspi (Station Manager): JOHANN SAYSON

Naga (Station Manager): AMALIA VILLAFUERTE

Radio Program/Production Services: JERRY BENEDICT O. BENNETT

News Manager (Cebu): PIEDAD Y. GONZALES

Regional Engineering Manager: MANUEL B. MARANGA, JR.

News Manager for SNN: ALFONSO MARQUEZ III

SNN Operations Manager: ROLANDO G. REYES

Marketing & Operations (Cebu): VENERANDA C. SY

Senior Desk, Producer & Headwriter: ARLYN D.C. BIASBAS

Television

International Co-Production: CHRISTOPHER ALLAN N. CORONEL

Production (Musical/Variety/Talk Show): CARMENCITA A. GUERRERO


Films & Foreign Program: LEONARDO P. KATIGBAK

OB Van/EFP Operations: OSCAR R. LANDERITO

Production (Drama), Acting: CATHERINE PATRICE O. PEREZ

Operations: STEPHANIE A. QUIRINO-REINOSO

Production (Comedy): FLORIDA C. TAN

Engineering

Administration: MELVIN C. ACOSTA

Transmitter Reception: ERNESTO M. BALINGIT

Editing: SANTOS C. BAUTISTA

TOC/VTR Operations/Planning: DEOGRACIAS S. JORDAN

TVRO Downlink: ISABELO A. LARIOSA

Technical Services: EDUARDO J. MAGSANOC

TV Relay: FRANKLIN M. MIRA

Lighting Maintenance: GREGORIO A. OYONG

Service and Construction: OSWALD ZIEGFRIED F.H. SALVACION

News & Current Affairs

Studio Operations: ENRIQUE D. BALLESTEROS

Facilities & Security: SALVADOR R. DE VERA

Executive Producer (TV Patrol): MARIA PROGENA M. ESTONILO

Training & Development: KATHERINE R. INOCENCIO

Program Development: LOREN B. LEGARDA

Special Projects: JOSE F. MAGSAYSAY, JR.


Production Services: JAIME C. MONTANEZ

Administrative: BELLA F. ONG

Executive Producer (Hoy! Gising!): GENEROSO D. OREJANA

Public Service: KORINA B. SANCHEZ

Technical Services: CARLOS S. TOLENTINO

Senior Reporter: ROSARIO VILLA

Office of the SVP for Corporate Services Group

Administrative Services: ARMANDO S. G. PAULME

Payroll and Data: NELIA P. SANTOS

Finance

Procurement & Importations (Operations): LEONORA V. BUENAVENTURA

Procurement & Importations (Technical Requirements & Importations): ALEJANDRO T.


CORDOVA, JR.

Treasury Manager: MERLE M. MACAYA

TV/Radio Traffic: JOSELITO L. MAXIMO

Asset Management: JACINTO B. MELENDRES

Credit & Collection: LOURDES C. OLAYBAL

Human Resources/Administration

Building Administration: SUSAN ADELINE C. CARAG

Employee Relations: REYNATO Y. GRATELA

Personnel Administration: MA. LOURDES A. ROXAS

ABS-CBN International

Distribution, Asia-Pacific: PATRICIA PAULINE DAZA


Administration: PAULINE MARIE C. ICK

Distribution, Europe & Middle East: JOSE C. NOLAN

Program Services: JEFFREY H. REMIGIO

Theatrical Distribution: MARIA CRISTINA A. SOQUENO

Marketing: MILETT L. ZAMORA

Information Technology

Systems Development: SILVESTRE A. CARLOS

Data Center: ALBERTO J. DULATAS

Interactive Media: MARIA ROSANA VICTORIA V. FERRO

Research & Business Analysis

TVMS, Data Processing: EVANGELINE P. BAYLON

Markets and Economics, New Business: MARIA ANGELA I. BERNARDO

Radio/Regional: NICCO A. DE JESUS

Creative Communications Management

Pre-Press Graphics & Design Manager: DANILO C. BATALLONES

On-Air Design Manager: PATRICK ARIEL L. DE LEON

On-Air Graphics Manager: JOHNNY S. DE LOS SANTOS

Provincial TV/Radio & News Promotions: MARIA PILAR ANN A. LOPEZBANOS

TV Promotions: MARIA-TERESITA F. NAYVE

Sales & Marketing

Marketing Services: RAQUEL F. ALFONSO

Talent Development & Management Division


Recruitment & Training: ANTONIO Q. TRINIDAD

Radio Network

News & Information Center: ANGELO B. PALMONES

Radyo Patrol: CLAUDE NORMAN VITUG

Legal Services, Government Affairs, Corporate & Media Affairs

Legal Officer: LUTGARDA C. BAQUIRAN-PERALTA

ASSISTANT MANAGER

Television Acquisition: MA. LOURDES DR. BAUTISTA

Corporate Address

Manila Station

ABS-CBN Broadcast Centre Complex, Mo. Ignacia cor. Bohol Avenue, Diliman, Quezon City,
1100 Philippines

Tel.: (632) 924-4101, (632) 415-2272

Fax No.: (632) 921-5888 o (632) 924-4101 loc. 4399

Provincial Address

TV-4 BACOLOD: ABS-CBN Broadcast Complex, Lacson Street, Mandalagan, Bacolod City

Tel. No. (34) 8-33-88/2-92-97/8-28-55

TV-3 CEBU: ABS-CBN Broadcast Complex, P. del Rosario cor. Leon Kilat Streets, Cebu City

Tel. No. (32) 253-4337

TV-4 DAVAO: ABS-CBN Broadcast Complex, Shrine hills, Matina, Davao City

Tel. No. (82) 298-1911 to 17/297-0664

TV-2 CAGAYAN DE ORO: Doors 1-2 Rosario Arcade, Limketkai Center, Cagayan de Oro City

Tel. No. (8822) 72-49-71/72-75-08/72-71-61


TV-4 LEGAZPI: 3/F Bayantel Building, Vel-amor Subdivision, Legazpi City

Tel. No. (52) 480-1730/480-0939/480-1001

TV-11 NAGA: ABS-CBN Broadcast Complex, Panganiban Avenue, Naga City

Tel. No. (5421) 72-46-75/73-28-05/73-97-33

TV-7 LAOAG: 3/F VL & Sons Building, Laoag City

Tel. No. (77) 771-5234

TV-3 DAGUPAN: ABS-CBN Broadcast Complex, A.B. Fernandez East, Dagupan City

Tel. No. (75) 522-8444/523-4787/522-7056/523-4748

TV-3 BAGUIO: 3/F Juniper Building, A. Bonifacio Street, Baguio City

Tel. No. (74) 442-8035 ext. 2504/2509

TV-4 ILOILO: ABS-CBN Broadcast Complex, Luna Street, La Paz, Iloilo City

Tel. No. 320-9451 to 53

TV-3 ZAMBOANGA: ABS-CBN Broadcast Complex, San Jose Road, Zamboanga City

Tel. No. (62) 993-1801 to 03/991-3413 to 15

TV-3 GENERAL SANTOS: Catalina King Building, Ramon Magsaysay Avenue, General
Santos City

Tel. No. (83) 553-3998 to 99/553-4789

ABS-CBN INTERNATIONAL, G/F Lopez Center, 859 Cowan Road, Burlingame CA 94005

Ph# (415) 697-3700

Fax# (415) 697-3500

ABS-CBN AFFILIATE STATIONS

DYME TV 10, Masbate Community Broadcasting Corporation, Surbito Street, Masbate

Ph# (5661) 333-2526


MIT - RTVN TV 9, Pagadian City, Zamboanga del Sur

Ph# (65) 521-0159 o TeleFax# (065) 521-0061

MIT - RTVN TV 7, Banadero, Ozamis City

Ph# (65) 521-0159 o TeleFax# (065) 521-0061

SJBC TV 12, St. Jude Broadcasting Corporation, Borromeo Street, Surigao

Ph# (8681) 8-73-49 o (8681) 8-73-84

DYPR TV 7, Palawan Broadcasting Corporation, Mabini Street, Puerto Prinsesa, Palawan

Ph# (48) 433-2677

CCBC TV 10, Rosales Boulevard, Calbayog City, Western Samar

Ph# (5741) 732

STT BCTG TV 10, Jolo, Sulu, c/o 3303 J. Casim Building, Makati City

Ph# 833-6404/833-6202

Associated Broadcasting Company Timeline (1960-2012)

October 20, 2010 at 4:20pm


The new TV5 logo launched on April 2010 under the new chairman, Manuel V.

Pangilinan.

The Associated Broadcasting Company (TV5) is a television network in the Philippines, with main
broadcast facilities and transmitter located at 762 Quirino Highway, San
Bartolome,Novaliches, Quezon City. It is the fourth-oldest television network in the country and
owned by MediaQuest Holdings Inc., which is a subsidiary of Philippine Long Distance Telephone
Companyheaded by businessman Manuel V. Pangilinan.

Its main station is DWET-TV in Metro Manila. TV5 also operates a radio stations, 106.7 Dream
FM and 92.3 Radyo5, in Metro Manila.

1960

The Ground-Breaking date of the network when Chino Roces, owner of the network granted
his radio-TV franchise from congress under Republic Act 2945.

He founded the Associated Broadcasting Corporation (the original name of the network) with
its first ever studios in Dewey Boulevard in Manila. ABC-5 meanwhile opened its television
operations two years ago. ABC is the fourth TV network to established in the country.

ABC-5 also operates its radio stations DZMT 1100khz, DZWS 1030khz and DZTM 1380khz.
ABC-5 launched the newscast The Big News anchored by Jose Mari Velez and a regular public
affairs talk show with Sen. Ninoy Aquino.
REPUBLIC ACT NO. 2945 - AN ACT GRANTING THE ASSOCIATED BROADCASTING
CORPORATION A FRANCHISE TO CONSTRUCT, MAINTAIN AND OPERATE RADIO
BROADCASTING AND TELEVISION STATIONS IN THE PHILIPPINES

Section 1. Subject to the provisions of the Constitution, the Associated Broadcasting Corporation is
hereby granted a franchise, which shall continue in force during the time that the Government has
not established similar service at the places selected by the grantee, to construct, maintain and
operate, for commercial purposes and in the public interest, radio broadcasting and television
stations in the Philippines: Provided, That this franchise shall be void unless the construction of at
least one radio broadcasting station or one television station be begun within two years from the date
of approval of this Act, and be completed within four years from said date: Provided, further, That the
grantee shall provide adequate public service time to enable the Government, through the said radio
broadcasting and television stations, to reach the population on important public issues; shall assist
in the functions of public information and education; shall conform to the ethics of honest enterprise;
and shall not use its stations for the broadcasting and/or telecasting of obscene or indecent
language, speech, act or scene, or for the dissemination of deliberately false information or willful
misrepresentation, or to the detriment of the public health, or to incite, encourage, or assist in
subversive or treasonable acts.

Section 2. Such provisions of Act Numbered Thirty-eight hundred forty-six, entitled "An Act
providing for the regulation of radio stations and radio communications in the Philippine Islands, and
for other purposes;" Act Numbered Thirty-nine hundred ninety-seven, known as the Radio
Broadcasting Law; Commonwealth Act Numbered One hundred forty-six, known as the Public
Service Act, and their amendments, as are applicable to radio broadcasting stations shall be applied,
as far as practicable, to the television stations referred to in Section one.

Section 3. As a condition of the granting of this franchise, the grantee shall execute a bond in favor
of the Government of the Philippines, in the sum of fifty thousand pesos, in form and with sureties
satisfactory to the Secretary of Public Works and Communications, conditioned upon the faithful
performance of the grantee's obligations hereunder during the first three years of the life of this
franchise. If, after four years from the date of acceptance of this franchise, the grantee shall have
fulfilled said obligations, or as soon thereafter as the grantee shall have fulfilled the same, the bond
aforesaid shall be cancelled by the Secretary of Public Works and Communications.
Section 4. Acceptance of this franchise shall be given in writing within six months after the approval
of this Act. When so accepted by the grantee and upon approval of the bond aforesaid by the
Secretary of Public Works and Communications the grantee shall be empowered to exercise the
privileges granted thereby.

Section 5. The grantee's radio broadcasting and television stations shall not be put in actual
operation until the Secretary of Public Works and Communications shall have allotted to the grantee
the frequency and wave lengths to be used under this franchise and issued to the grantee a license
for such use.

Section 6. In the event of any competing individual, partnership or corporation receiving from the
Congress a similar franchise in which there shall be any term or terms more favorable than those
herein granted or tending to place the herein grantee at any disadvantage, then such term or terms
shall ipso facto become a part of the terms hereof and shall operate equally in favor of the grantee
as in the case of said competing individual, partnership or corporation.

Section 7. (a) The grantee shall be liable to pay the same taxes on its real estate, buildings and
personal property, exclusive of the franchise, as other persons or corporations are now or hereafter
may be required by law to pay.

(b) The grantee shall further be liable to pay all other taxes that may be imposed by the National
Internal Revenue Code by reason of this franchise.

Section 8. The grantee shall hold the national, provincial and municipal governments of the
Philippines harmless from all claims, accounts, demands or actions arising out of accidents or
injuries whether to property or to persons, caused by the construction or operation of the stations of
the grantee.

Section 9. The franchise hereby granted shall be subject to amendment, alteration, or repeal by the
Congress of the Philippines when the public interest so requires.
Section 10. In the event the Government should desire to maintain and operate for itself any or all
of the stations herein authorized, the grantee shall turn over such station or stations to the
Government with all the serviceable equipment therein, at cost, less reasonable depreciation.

Section 11. A special right is reserved to the President of the Philippines in time of war, rebellion,
public peril, or other national emergency, when public safety requires, to cause the closing of said
stations or to authorize the use and operation thereof by any department of the Government without
compensation to the grantee for the use of said stations during the continuance of the national
emergency.

Section 12. The grantee shall not require any previous censorship of any speech, play, act or
scene or other matter to be broadcast and/or telecast from its stations; but if any such speech, play,
act or scene or other matter should constitute a violation of the law or infringement of a private right,
the grantee shall be free from any liability, civil or criminal, for such speech, play, act or scene or
other matter: Provided, That the grantee, during any broadcast and/or telecast, shall cut off from ther
the speech, play, act or scene or other matter being broadcast and/or telecast, if the tendency
thereof is to propose and/or incite treason, rebellion or sedition, or the language used therein or the
theme thereof is indecent or immoral, and willful failure to do so shall constitute a valid cause for the
cancellation of this franchise.

Section 13. The grantee shall not lease, transfer, grant the usufruct of, sell or assign this franchise
nor the rights and privileges acquired thereunder to any person, firm, company, corporation or other
commercial or legal entity, nor merge with any other company or corporation organized for the same
purpose, without the previous approval of the Congress of the Philippines. Any corporation to which
this franchise is sold, transferred or assigned, shall be subject to all the conditions, terms, restrictions
and limitations of this franchise as fully and completely and to the same extent as if the franchise had
been originally granted to the said person, firm, company, corporation or other commercial or legal
entity.

Section 14. Whenever in this franchise the term "grantee" is used, it shall be held and understood
to mean "Associated Broadcasting Corporation," its representatives, successors or assigns, unless
the context indicates otherwise.
Section 15. This franchise shall not be interpreted as an exclusive grant of the privileges herein
provided for.

Section 16. This Act shall take effect upon its approval.

Enacted without Executive approval, June 19, 1960.

1968

ABC 5 introduced the first live coverage via satellite and its newscast 'The Big News' of Jose
Mari Velez became the benchmark by which future newscasts would be measured.

ABC-5 partnered with GMA-7 for the coverage of 1968 Philippine National Elections.

1972

Only 'The Big News' on ABC 5 reported Sec Juan Ponce Enrile's ambush, that would later
become one of the biggest news story of 1972 and the reason for the declaration of Martial Law.

Both ABC, Manila Times and its provincial radio and TV stations shut down.

One of the news anchors of the network, Jose Mari Velez was imprisoned for sedition

1973

The inactive ABC-5 studios in Dewey Boulevard used now by RBS-7 and PPCI.

1973-1992

ABC-5 employees, stars and officers moved to other networks. (Channel 2, 4, 9, 7, 13)

After the People Power Revolution in 1986, Chino Roces made a successful representation
with then President Corazon Cojuangco-Aquino for the restoration of the network.
New stockholders led by broadcast veteran Edward Tan and Chino Roces's son Edgardo
then began the arduous task of resuming broadcasts. The Securities and Exchange Commission
granted their application for an increase in capitalisation and amendments to ABCs articles of
incorporation and by-laws. They were subsequently granted a permit to operate by the National
Telecommunications Commission (NTC).

1988

Joaquin "Chino" Roces, the former owner of ABC-5, died.

1990

ABC inaugurated its new multi-million world class studio complex and transmitter tower in
San Bartolome, Novaliches, Quezon City.

1991

ABC airs

the international documentary Japan Video Topics.

Events take a turn of ABC this year.

October: ABC Channel 5 was on test broadcast.

December: Kool 106 started with it's test broadcast.

1992

February 21: ABC Channel 5 reopened and started commercial operations as Today TV
(ABC-5)

February 24: Veteran news anchor Tina Monzon-Palma and Radio deejay Eric Eloriaga
team-up on the revival of the pre-martial law newscast, The Big News. Tina eventually became the
Chief Executive Officer of the network. Balitang Balita, the flagship newscast of the network, started.

March: ABC-5 became the semi official carrier for Family Rosary Crusade in the Philippines
until 2006.

April 1: ABC Channel 21 Cebu inagurated, became the first UHF TV station in the
Philippines, next to SBN-21. ABC-2 Davao is also inagurated in a few months.
May: ABC-5 covered Bilang Bayan '92, the first ever post-martial law election coverage and
the first ever special coverage after the reopening of the network.

June: ABC-5 covered for the first time the Inaguration of President Fidel V. Ramos and Vice
President Joseph Estrada.

1992-2004

ABC-5 covered the 1990s blackouts and the oil price hikes.

1993

Kool 106 Davao started. The first ever provincial FM station of the network.

ABC-5 News covered the biggest events like Blanco-Blel Kidnapping and the capture of Joey
de Leon of the Red Scorpion Gang. Both were scooped by ABC-5 reporter Arlyn dela Cruz.

May/June: ABC-5 became the third network in ratings. In a surge of phenomenal growth,
ABC earned a reputation as "The Fastest Growing Network", It has taken big leaps and bounds and
is now among the ranks of "The Big League".

1994

ABC-5 covered the 1994 Tawi-Tawi solar eclipse, the case of the filipina worker Flor
Contemplacion and the 1994 Metro Manila Film Festival scam.

3rd Quarter: ABC-5 went on nationwide sattelite brodacasting and acquire new franchise to
operate

February: ABC-5 enters Year 3 of operations and launched "The Big Leap" slogan.

December 9: ABC-5 acquired a new franchise to operate under R.A. 7831 signed by
President Fidel Ramos.

ABC airs

the comedy shows Tondominium and Tropang Trumpo.

the drama True to Life

1995
ABC-5 covered the nationwide protest versus the Pacific atom bomb test, the case of the
filipina worker Sarah Balabagan, the 50th anniversary of the final battles of World War II in the
Philippines and the visit of Pope John Paul II.

1996

ABC-5 launched the slogan "Reaching Out To You" sung by Gary Valenciano and the stars
of the network.

"Wow Mali", the longest-running practical goodtime/comedy show hosted by Joey de Leon
started.

1999

ABC-5 was awarded the last remaining UHF frequency in Metro Manila, (Channel 47),
winning over a field of competitors, because of its capability and track record. This particular station
has been inactive since 2003.

2001

ABC-5 acquired the rights of 3 international game shows, Wheel of Fortune hosted by
Rustom Padilla, Family Feud hosted by Ogie Alcasid and The Price is Right hosted by Dawn Zulueta.

2003

October: ABC-5 was acquired by a group led by businessman Antonio "Tonyboy" Cojuangco,
Jr. former Chairman of the Philippine Long Distance Telephone Company (PLDT) and owner of
Dream Satellite Broadcasting and Bank of Commerce, among other assets.

Since ABC 5's acquisition, the network is being reinvented which envisions it with a strong
News and Public Affairs shows, high quality entertainment ans as a tool in shaping and molding the
country's ethical values and moral fibers. The modernization of ABC 5 is to convert it to a highly
competitive cutting edge TV station. It is costed at Php 1 billion and the new owners aims to
challenge the dominance of GMA 7 and ABS-CBN.

2004

Until 2008 (as TV5), ABC is the newest TV partner of the Philippine Basketball Association

2005
ABC won the award for KBP Best TV Station in 2005 in the KBP Golden Dove Awards, while
other shows also won as best TV shows in different categories.

2010

TV5 aired

the newscast Aksyon, Aksyon JournalisMO and Balitaang Tapat

the comedy show Wow Mali and Lokomoko U

March: TV5 relaunches as the Kapatid Network.

June 30: News 5 launches its newest technology, Live Pack Camera technology, the
transmission of the live feed from the camera itself to the TOC is now without the use of big OB vans
and long cable lines.; Nickelodeon on TV5 block ended and replaces with TV5 Kids presents
Cartoon Network block in September 2010.

October: TV5 took over the management of the stations owned by the Nation Broadcasting
Corporation.

October 23: Willing Willie, one of the flagship programs of TV5, aired for the first time.

November 8: The first ever news/talk FM station in Metro Manila, 92.3 News FM, is on air.

2011

February 21: Aksyon TV aired for the first time as the first news and sports channel on Free
TV., Online news portal of TV5, interaksyon.com also launched.

2012

Late 2012: 6000 sqm TV5 Media Center in Mandaluyong City, will be finished.
The new TV5 logo launched on April 2010 under the new chairman, Manuel V.

Pangilinan.
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Pinoy Nostalgia @Marthon: 1994, nag no.3 sila ika nila "The Fastest Growing Network".

October 20, 2010 at 6:19pm Like


Pepeton Conde very short. 93-09 please.

October 21, 2010 at 9:05am Like


Pinoy Nostalgia I will complete mamaya.... Isip pa ako....

October 21, 2010 at 2:12pm Like


Adrian Paul Balaoing Conoza good times indeed...

October 26, 2010 at 3:49pm Like


Aaron Bustamante hello, i am doing a thesis about TV 5. i wonder what were your sources for this article?

March 21, 2011 at 6:16pm Like


Aaron Bustamante please send me message..thanx

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ABS-CBN Timeline (2007-future)

October 22, 2010 at 10:20pm

2007: ABS-CBN airs

the movie block Cinema FPJ, Da King on ABS-CBN

the fantasy show Kokey

the game show Kapamilya Deal or No Deal

Newscast Bandila proudly be nominated in the previous 2007 International Emmy Awards
beating 800 entries worldwide in the News and Current Affairs Category, and known as the first
Filipino program to be nominated in the said prestigious award.

May 14: ABS-CBN covers the Philippine national elections that see and the senatorial
candidates sponsored by President Arroyo via the marathon coverage Halalan 2007.

12 April ABS-CBN incorporates DZMM Teleradyo, a 24-hour simulcast of the networks


flagship AM station DZMM into cable TV channel, a first in Philippine TV history, succeeded by
MBCs RHTV (DZRH Television).

May ABS-CBN began testing digital terrestrial television under the European standard
Digital Video Broadcast Terrestrial or DVB-T, the first ever network to go digital, preceded by
GEMNET.

ABS-CBN covers the Filipino mountaineer team's ascent to Mount Everest-the first for any
Filipino to climb up the world's highest peak.

September 29: ABS-CBN acquired the exclusive rights to the whole movie library of
Fernando Poe Jr.
Late 2007: ABS-CBN accused AGB Nielsen Philippines of tampering with the ratings during
their 2007 ratings surveys.

2008: ABS-CBN airs

the live coverage of the Miss Universe

January: ABS-CBN applied for Digital Television broadcasts and still testing its signals
throughout Luzon.

January 28: ABS-CBN started the year by launching three primetime shows for the first time
namely Lobo, Palos and Kung Fu Kids.

March 3: ABS-CBN EVP Charo Santos promoted as the 5th president of the network taking
over Eugenio Lopez III as now the networks Chairman and COO.

April ABS-CBN once again dethroned any other TV networks in the country, the first in the
Southeast Asia to do tapeless TV productions with EVS technologies and Avid Systems. The first TV
show ever to be produced tapeless was Kapamilya Deal or No Deal.

June 12: ABS-CBN launches "Walang Iwanan sa BayaniJuan/No Leave in


BayaniJuan" incoincedence with the celebration of 110th Philippine Independence.

June 17: ABS-CBN invest in MAMS (Multimedia Asset Management System) with IBM and
Dalet Systems for Digital Archiving.

4 August ABS-CBN deployed Streambox IP-based newsgathering technology for


advanced and more extensive newsgathering solution in covering breaking news in every region, and
rather to rely on microwave and satellite transmissions.

1 October In line with the networks migration to digital television broadcast, ABS-CBN,
with Snell Kahuna, purchased SD/HD multi-format switchers for full-HD integrated production. Aside
from that, ABS-CBN upgrades their Outside Broadcast (OB) Vans from SD to HD, which became the
first in the Philippine broadcast engineering history.

8 October ABS-CBN tapped TBC integration to provide a new turnkey video system. TBC
Integration will supply a state-of-the-art MPEG-4/H.264 video encoding, multiplexing, control, and
transmission platform DVB-S2.

17 November ABS-CBN bought license in Multiply from Baton Rouge, Florida, USA to
expand its accessibility online, the first in Philippine TV. Now, every ABS-CBN program has its
Multiply Site, offering streaming and media to be downloaded.
October 23: ABS-CBN celebrates it's 55th year as a TV network.

2009: ABS-CBN airs

the variety show Showtime

the showbiz-oriented show Showbiz News Ngayon

the international version (FremantleMedia) of talent search Pilipinas Got Talent (season 1)

the drama May Bukas Pa, Rubi

the broadcast of Tournament of Roses Parade

the anime Super Inggo at ang Super Tropa (first locally-animated TV series)

ABS-CBN is the first to use a HD Outside Broadcast Van to broadcast a locally-produced


program and a live event on high-definition.

February ABS-CBNs movie outfit Star Cinema, in partnership with Viva Films, topped the
Philippines highest-grossing film of all time, the sequel to Sarah Geronimo and John Lloyd Cruz A
Very Special Love, You Changed My Life garnered 230.44 million pesos in box-office receipts.

13 February ABS-CBN President and CEO Charo Santos-Concio had been invited by the
executives of ABC-Disney to attend the 81st Academy Awards (Oscars), following Charito Solis, Lea
Salonga and Pia Clemente in several years back.

24 March ABS-CBN joined the SMART Media Alliance to enhance collaboration on


content, sales, marketing and technology; with five other TV networks within Southeast Asia.

March ABS-CBN gave birth to its 3 new cable channels, first sports channel Balls, all-men
content channel Maxxx (officially defunct) and all-women content channel Velvet.

20 April - Intelsat, Ltd., the world's leading provider of fixed satellite services, and ABS-CBN
International signed a multi-year contract expansion with Intelsat. ABS-CBN International will use
capacity on Intelsat's Galaxy 19 satellite, located at 97 W, to offer its clients increased regional
programming in North America via its fully-owned and operated San Francisco International Gateway
teleport.

April 26: ABS-CBN is the only media organization to be cited as one of the country's top 15
listed companies in corporate governance, as shown by an annual survey of the Institute of
Corporate Directors (ICD). It is the only media company to garner a score of 90 percent or higher in
the 2008 Corporate Governance Scorecard, a survey of corporate governance practices among 172
publicly-listed companies in the country.

29 April ABS-CBN affiliate SkyCable migrated to digital cable television under the
European standard Digital Video Broadcasting Cable or DVB-C, the first in Philippine cable TV
history.

June ABS-CBN marked the Philippines first ever true high definition broadcast and the
first ever live HD broadcast of the UAAP Season in 720p, being shown in SkyCable HD, which
was the first in the country ever, a television media to offer high definition services. Also, it gave birth
to first Filipino HD channel, Balls HD.

September With GMA Networks tie-up for being nominated, ABS-CBN once again
has nominated one teleserye in the International Emmy Awards, the first teleserye to do so. Kahit
Isang Saglit, a joint-venture of Malaysias Double Vision, is nominated in the Best Drama category
while Angel Locsins portrayal of her role in Lobo was nominated in the Best Actress category.

4 November DWRR 101.9, now reformatted as Tambayan 101.9 San Ka Pa? has now
utilized hybrid digital radio or HD radio as part of their reinforcement plan on giving their listeners the
greatest quality of any radio stations could have. HD Radio offers 5.1 digital surround sound audio
quality, as well as greater signal reception. This marked the first ever TV network-based FM station
to go digital radio.

September-October: ABS-CBN covers the tragedy of Typhoons Ketsana (Ondoy) and


Parma (Pepeng).

2010: ABS-CBN airs

the dramas 1DOL, Agua Bendita, Habang May Buhay, Momay, Tanging Yaman, Kristine,
Kung Tayo't Magkakalayo, Kokey@Ako, Imortal , Noah and Magkaribal

the revival of 90s dramas Wansapanataym and Mara Clara (book 2)

the variety show Pilipinas Win na Win

ABS-CBN celebrates the 60th year of Soap Opera, producing world-class primetime soap
operas to be shown for the whole year long.

ABS-CBN Star Cinema releases Ang Tanging Ina Mo (Last Na To!), Dalaw and RPG:
Metanoia

February ABS-CBN privately tested the Japanese standard ISDB-T for digital TV.
22 April ABS-CBN acquires 75 Ikegami units for tapeless Electronic News Gathering or
ENG, a networks step for full tapeless TV production.

ABS-CBN invests in new wireless man-pack camera systems that can cover a radius of 1
km., the first in Philippine TV history. These cameras were used in 2010 Philippine national elections
and Hillary Clintons State Visit in Manila.

ABS-CBN integrates the News and Current Affairs as it uses virtual augmented reality from
ORAD Graphics. This technology delivers 3D holographic-effect videos and virtual presence. It was
first used in Halalan 2010, the networks most comprehensive election coverage up to date.

ABS-CBN also uses the largest touchscreen technology from LG and ORAD Graphics,
having 102 touchscreen TV, the biggest among touchscreen TVs in the country.

May: ABS-CBN implements the Ruckus Smart Wi-Fi technology across its media center and
corporate offices located in Quezon City.

May 27: The corporate name of ABS-CBN was changed to "ABS-CBN Corporation".

May-July: ABS-CBN and other media channels covered the 2010 national elections, the
proclamation, the inauguration and the State of the Nation Address of Pres. Noynoy Aquino.

June ABS-CBN finished its TV tower reinforcement project, having installed V-back dipole
antennas for transmitting future digital terrestrial signals. The ABS-CBN TV Tower now stands at 750
feet.

11 June The National Telecommunications Commission or NTC chose Japanese standard


ISDB-T as the sole digital terrestrial television standard in the country.

June 30: TV Patrol World reformatted and renamed as TV Patrol, introducing the augmented
reality technology as a daily 3D graphics technology of the newscast, a first in Philippine TV history.

August: ABS-CBN inagurates it's 3rd Sky Patrol that will roam around the Metro and various
parts of the country.

9 August ABS-CBN ground breaks again the Philippines first ever soap opera on true high
definition broadcast of Sarah Geronimos musical series 1dol in 1080i, seen on SkyCable HD. The
series also marked the first ever simulcast of a pilot episode on three TV channels, ABS-CBN, Studio
23 and Cinema One.

August 23: ABS-CBN and other media channels covered the 2010 Manila hostage taking.
September ABS-CBN teleserye Dahil May Isang Ikaw is nominated for the Best Teleserye
category, being 2nd among 2 consecutive nominations for Teleserye category in the International
Emmy Awards, the first Philippine TV network to do such. ABS-CBN star Sid Lucero is also
nominated for Best Actor category.

October 19: ABS-CBN News Channel's Twitter account reaches it's 100,000 mark.

Currently, ABS-CBN holds 19 channels terrestrial, cable and in satellite TV.

2011

ABS-CBN airs

the talk show Kris TV and Gandang Gabi Vice

the talent search Star Circle Quest for the Next Kiddie Superstars

the variety show Happy Yipee Yehey

the dramas Reputasyon, Mula Sa Puso (2011 remake), Guns and Roses, Maria La Del Barrio, Good
Vibes, Mutya, Mana Po, Wansapanataym: Buhawi Jack, My Binondo Girl

the reality shows The Biggest Loser: Pinoy Edition, I Dare You

DZMM Radyo Patrol 630 (Silveradyo) celebrates their 25th anniversary with the launching of
the new music video.

ABS-CBN Star Cinema releases Bulong, Pak Pak My Doctor Kwak (together with M-Zet
Productions), In the Name of Love and Forever and a Day

April 4: ABS-CBN Corporation is ready to launch 5 new premium TV channels on free-to-air


TV within the year as response to the market's need for niche programs and for better picture and
sound quality.

May: Singaporean firm STT Communications Pte. Ltd. acquired 40 percent of SkyCable
through Philippine Depositary Receipts worth P3.612 billion and P250 million of convertible notes to
fund the expansion of SkyCables broadband Internet and cable TV services.

July 22: ABS-CBN was named Asias Best Employer Brand of 2011; ABS-CBN president
Charo Santos-Concio was also named Woman Super Achiever Award

Future
ABS-CBN, as expected, in November 2010 will now start airing parallel analog NTSC-M and
digital ISDB-T transmissions all over 17 Metro Manila cities and municipalities and some other key
areas near Manila like Bulacan, Pampanga, Rizal, Cavite and Laguna. This marks the networks
official and initial public testing of the new ISDB-T standard.

ABS-CBN is planning to have big acquisitions of advanced technologies in digital multimedia


broadcast engineering, as they celebrate the networks 60th year of being undisputedly the largest
and the number 1 network in the country.

ABS-CBN being HD-ready network will follow Balls HDs success, as it will open another HD
channel in the future, the ABS-CBN News Channel HD, soon.

ABS-CBN taps to incorporate its mother station ABS-CBN 2, its affiliate Studio 23, and its
other cable-became-terrestrial channels, for a digital broadcast using 1 high definition, 1 standard
definition and 1 mobile 1-seg channel, 3-5 years after its transition/migration to digital television.

ABS-CBN affiliate Star Cinema will invest in RED Digital Cameras bringing 4K resolution
movies, 4 times the resolution of a full-HD movie 1080p, the first in the Philippines to do so, soon.

ABS-CBN Star Home Video plans to release the first Blu-Ray films for Filipino movies,
maybe 3-5 years.

ABS-CBN also plans to have a DTH service in and outside the Philippines 5-10 years.

ABS-CBN, maybe in 2020 or more will shift to true 3D HD broadcast in sports.

The network is planning to have the Philippines first 3D broadcast with UAAP again, as it
marked the first true HD broadcast in the country.

ABS-CBN will incorporate 4G multimedia broadcast in news gathering and production.

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Pinoy Nostalgia Radyo Reloj TV-9....

October 26, 2010 at 2:11am Like

Manila Standard The Television Log (Wednesday, August 16, 1989)


October 25, 2010 at 10:56pm

DAYTIME WEDNESDAY

10am: 2 - Bahay Kalinga; 4 - Nickelodeon; 7 - Kapwa Ko, Mahal Ko; 9 - Movie Line-Up

10:30am: 2 - Magandang Umaga Po; 9 - Batibot; 13 - Info

11am: 4 - Film Features; 7 - Golpe de Gulo; 13 - Regal Family

12nn: 2 - Eat Bulaga; 4 - Start of Something Big; 7 - Lunch Date; 13 - Balita sa IBC

1pm: 4 - Balita Ala-Una; 9 - Global Window; 13 - Movie Eye

1:30pm: 2 - Agila; 4 - Damayan; 13 - Showcase

2pm: 2 - Mga Kasaysayan sa Likod ng TV Patrol; 7 - Santa Barbara; 9 - Tagalog Movie

2:30pm: 2 - Sine sa Dos; 4 - Telearalan; 7 - Gideon 300

3pm: 4 - Batibot; 7 - The 700 Club

4pm: 4 - Nickelodeon; 7 - Dennis the Menace; 9 - Global Window; 13 - Info

4:30pm: 2 - Movie Parade/Video Sneak Preview; 7 - Dr. Who

5pm: 2 - Marvel Super Heroes; 4 - StarWatch; 7 - That's Entertainment; 9 - Global Window; 13


- Carebears

5:30pm: 2 - Visionaries; 9 - Mirasol de Cielo; 13 - Balita sa IBC

PRIMETIME WEDNESDAY

CHANNEL 2

6:00 - TV PATROL

7:00 - KRIS AT 18

8:30 - TONIGHT WITH DICK AND CARMI

10:00 - THE WORLD TONIGHT


10:45 - OH NO, IT'S JOHNNY!

CHANNEL 4

6:00 - PANGUNAHING BALITA

6:30 - TO BE ANNOUNCED

7:00 - ???

7:30 - BATTLESTAR GALLARTICA

8:30 - THE PRESIDENT'S HOUR

9:30 - WOMANWATCH

10:30 - COAST TO COAST

11:30 - NEWS AT 4

12:00 - STAND UP FOR JESUS

CHANNEL 7

6:00 - EYE TO EYE

6:30 - GMA BALITA

7:00 - MIAMI VICE

8:00 - SPENCER FOR HIRE

9:00 - GMA GEMS "THE LIFE AND TIMES OF JOHN F. KENNEDY"

10:00 - GMA HEADLINE NEWS

10:30 - STRAIGHT FROM THE SHOULDER

11:30 - THE 700 CLUB INTERNATIONAL

CHANNEL 9

6:00 - NEWSWATCH EVENING CAST


6:30 - FACE TO MUSIC

7:00 - YOUNG LOVE, SWEET LOVE

8:00 - CORRECTIONAL

9:30 - LIFE OF THE RICH AND FAMOUS

10:30 - SPORTS INSIDE/OUT

11:30 - NEWSWATCH FINAL EDITION

CHANNEL 13

6:00 - CAMPUS BREAK

7:00 - LOVELINESS

8:00 - REGAL DRAMA HOUR PRESENTS "AIKO"

9:00 - REGAL SHOCKER

10:00 - TO BE ANNOUNCED

10:30 - ALL STARS WRESTLING

11:30 - BALITA HULING ULAT

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Ymman Jake Merdegia Biaco and 4 others like this.

Pinoy Nostalgia Comments please ...

October 26, 2010 at 2:03am Like


Noside Bandilla How about slogans?

October 26, 2010 at 10:11am Like



Pinoy Nostalgia @Edison: Sure.... Next week ha?

October 26, 2010 at 2:52pm Like

Ymman Jake Merdegia Biaco sa GMA 7 din ang Mirasol del Cielo di ba? (yung teleserye ni Sugar Benedicto
pamalit sa Anna Liza)

October 26, 2010 at 8:46pm Like

Ymman Jake Merdegia Biaco PTV pala ang unang TV station na nag-palabas ng Nick, bale pang-apat na ang
ABS-CBN bilang official Philippine free TV broadcaster ng Nick.

October 26, 2010 at 8:48pm Like

Pinoy Nostalgia @Ymman Jake: Opo.

October 26, 2010 at 10:46pm Like

Senen Espada talagang walang Anime noong panahong iyon

October 27, 2010 at 12:46pm Like

Anjho Ezekiel Reyes oo

October 27, 2010 at 1:18pm Like

Wilbert Casiple Rola At ang mga teleserye noon ay tuwing hapon at wala sa gabi.

October 27, 2010 at 6:13pm Like 2

Ymman Jake Merdegia Biaco pinapalabas frequently pagkatapos ng noontime show tsaka before primetime
news.
October 28, 2010 at 5:51pm Like

Longest-Running and First Ever genre shows in the Philippines

October 29, 2010 at 9:31pm

GMA 7

Kapwa Ko, Mahal Ko (1975-present) first and longest running public service program

Bubble Gang (1995-present) longest-running gag show in Philippine television.

Startalk (1995-present) longest running showbiz-oriented talkshow

Eat Bulaga (1979-present) longest-running and most watched variety show on Philippine
television

Daisy Siete (2003-2010) longest drama series

Valiente (1992-1997) longest daytime TV drama

Maynila (2000-present) - longest running drama anthology

GMA supershow (1978-1997) longest Sunday noon-time show

Thats Entertainment (1986-1996) first and longest youth-oriented talent and variety show

Uncle Bobs Lucky 7 Club (1961-1997) first and longest childrens show

Saksi (1995-present) - longest newscast

Sis (2001-2010) longest lifestyle talk show

The Probe Team (1989-2003) and Emergency (1995-2009) longest public affairs programs

Negosiyete: Mag-Aral sa GMA (1990-1998) first and longest business and livelihood show

Regal Shockers (1985-1991) first and longest horror-fantasy show

All Star K! (2002-2009) longest music-oriented game show

Bubble Gang (1995-present) - longest running gag show


Extra Challenge (2003-2006) first and longest Philippine reality show

Kaps Amazing Stories (2007-2010) first and longest trivia show

Tanghalan ng Kampeon (1987-1993) longest singing talent contest

Startalk TX (1995-present) - longest running showbiz-oriented talk show

Pet Ko! (2002-2003) first pet show

T.G.I.S. (1995-2001) first and longest teen drama series

A Little Night of Music (1989-1998) longest late-night musical show

Pepito Manaloto (2010) first reality sitcom

The 700 Club (Produced by CBN Asia, Inc., 1976-2001) first and longest religious show

Gameplan (1995-1999) first sports magazine show

Starstruck (2003 2010) first over-all talent celebrity search show

The Probe Team (1989-2003) first news documentary show

Eat Bulaga (1979-present) - longest-running noontime show

Batibot (1984-2002) - longest running kid-oriented show

ABS-CBN 2

TV Patrol (1987-present) longest-running Filipino primetime newscast

The World Tonight (1962-1972; 1986-1999) - first english newscast

Maalaala mo Kaya (1991-present) the longest-running drama anthology on Philippine television

Student Canteen (1957-1972) first noontime show

ASAP XV (1995-present) - longest running sunday musical variety show


Buhay Artista first Philippine gameshow

Mara Clara (1992-1997) - longest primetime drama series

Sineskwela (19942001) longest educational show

Tawag ng Tanghalan (1960s), first comedy show

Cooking It Up With Nora (19861995) longest cooking show

Ang TV (19921996; reaired 2007) first youth-oriented gag show

RPN 9

John En Marsha (1973-1990) the longest and most-watched comedy sitcom in the Philippines

NewsWatch (1969-present) - longest-running english primetime/late night newscast

NBN-4

Ating Alamin (1980-present) - first agricultural-oriented show

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Pinoy Nostalgia @Paul: Ano pa?

October 29, 2010 at 9:55pm Like


Pinoy Nostalgia ok...

October 29, 2010 at 10:06pm Like



Adrian Paul Balaoing Conoza ooops...don't forget newswatch of rpn9......the longest-running(I may say)English
newscast

October 29, 2010 at 10:24pm Like

Dwayne Anglo parang record breaker ito hah!!

also dont forget Eat Bulaga as the longest running noontime show in the Philippines! sana lang sa Guinness
records!

October 30, 2010 at 6:27am Like

Wilbert Casiple Rola Mas marami palang first and longest-running sa GMA-7 kaysa sa ABS-CBN.

October 30, 2010 at 12:50pm Like

Webster Josue @PNTV: Nalimutan mo rin ang Mara Clara (the original one) - the Longest Series of Philippine
Primetime Drama (August 17, 1992 February 14, 1997). Teka, paano kaya natiis ng mga Pinoy ang pagiging
martir ni Mara.

Then Batibot as the Longest Children's Show (May 14, 1984 June 30, 2002), w/c would be revived once again
on TV5.

October 30, 2010 at 12:55pm Like

Dwayne Anglo currently the longest running noontime show in the world was the Sabado Gigante, kaso lang
pang-Sabado lang... why they did not enter EB as the longest running noontime show in comes of number of
episodes?

October 30, 2010 at 1:09pm Like 1

Dwayne Anglo @Wilbert, Guinness records in Phil entertainment:

(current) 2006 Ultra stampede - Greatest gameshow death toll


(attempt?) 2007 GMA's Sing For Me - most number of chorals singing
(attempt?) 2010 Run For Pasig River - most number of attendants/runners for a charity?
October 30, 2010 at 1:12pm Like

Wilbert Casiple Rola Bakit wala rin ang ASAP dahil iyon ang longest-running Sunday musical variety show sa
Philippine TV ngayon. Pati Maynila wala rin.

October 30, 2010 at 1:14pm Like 1

Dwayne Anglo @Wilbert, ASAP was only 15 years until now. Maynila is under drama anthology in morning,
baket d kaya nasama yan?

October 30, 2010 at 1:16pm Like

Wilbert Casiple Rola Eh bakit ang Bubble Gang at Startalk 15 years din? Eh bakit sila nasama?

October 30, 2010 at 1:18pm Like

Dwayne Anglo @Wilbert, iba un format kaya...

i have read the 2007 Guinness Book, kasama na ang ultra stampede... kakahiya naman!!

October 30, 2010 at 1:21pm Like 2

Wilbert Casiple Rola Oo nga eh. Kasi kaloob iyan ng Diyos ang stampede ng iyan. Kaya pinayagan ni God na
magkaroon ng stampede dahil ayaw makinig ng mga tao. Ginawa ng Diyos iyon para magbalik-loob ang mga tao
sa kanya.

October 30, 2010 at 1:26pm Like 1

Kira Yamato Mendoza Ating Alamin is actually longer than Eat Bulaga.. 1974

October 31, 2010 at 2:25pm Like

Pinoy Nostalgia @Kira Yamato: Nagsimula pa ito noong nagsimula mag-broadcast ang GTV-4.

October 31, 2010 at 3:37pm Like



Janine Jamia Fujiwara ^ @KIRA YAMATO: NASA UNTV 37 NA ANG ATING ALAMIN.....SUNDAY MORNING...

November 1, 2010 at 1:42am Like


Joshua Sabater Jimenez The World Tonight didn't start in 1962, it started in 1966

February 12, 2011 at 4:11pm Like


Carlson Flores ANG DATING DAAN is the longest-running religious program in the Philippines.

October 19, 2011 at 1:38pm Like


Pinoy Nostalgia Ano kaibahan ng " longest newscast" vs "longest-running Filipino primetime newscast" ? ...
[Admin Xxxxxtra]

January 13, 2012 at 7:51pm Like


Julius Baligod bakit wala ang PBA,nagsimula noong 1975

July 29, 2012 at 4:18pm Like

2010 Celebrity Deaths

November 1, 2010 at 4:25pm

January 6: Mila Ocampo, 68, former actress and mother of Snooky Serna (born 1941)

January 19: Cerge Remonde, 51, former Press Secretary (born 1958)

February 26: Oscar Obligacion, 86, veteran comedian (born 1924)

March 5: Marco Polo Garcia, 39, former child star (born 1970)

March 22: Edward James Lim, 27, son of TV host Toni Rose Gayda and grandson of actress
and Red Cross governor Rosa Rosal (born 1982)
March 26: Mrs. Amelia Falcon, 54, mother of Francine Prieto (born 1955)

March 26: Christian Angelo Manghilot, 23, son of Cesar Montano (born 1986)

April 12: Palito (Reynaldo Hipolito), 76, veteran comedian (born 1933)

April 22: Fred Panopio, 71, folk singer (born 1941)

April 29: Jojo Acuin, 63, popular psychic of the stars

June 7: Edward dela Cruz, 28, brother of Angelika dela Cruz (born 1981)

July 23: Prospero Luna, 79, comedian-actor (born 1931)

July 25: Redford White (Cipriano Cermeno II), 54, actor and comedian (born 1955)

August 8: Charlie Davao, 75, Filipino actor, father of actor Ricky Davao (born 1935)

August 21: Melody Gersbach, 24, Binibining Pilipinas International 2009 (born 1986)

October 7: Metring David, 90, Former actress-comedienne (born 1920)

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Pinoy Nostalgia @Duds: Hindi po babanggitin si Rolando Mendoza... Kami inilalagay lang yung mga
artistang/direktor namayapa na ngayong taon.

November 1, 2010 at 5:03pm Like


Mark Jaro Marco Polo patay na pla ano kinamatay nyan?

November 1, 2010 at 5:13pm Like


Janine Jamia Fujiwara PATAY NA PALA SI JOJO ACUIN..........WHY?

November 1, 2010 at 7:37pm Like



Mark Jaro mas marami namatay na famous artist or celebs sa pinas ngayon than last year. last year 5 lang c
Berting Labra,Francis Magalona, Ka Erdie Manalo,former President Cory Aquino & Johnny Delgado. pwede rin
isama c Michael Jackson.

November 1, 2010 at 8:40pm Like

Dwayne Anglo may you rest in peace.. paalam

November 1, 2010 at 8:58pm Like

Noside Bandilla Hayy.. dapat Hollywood din.

November 4, 2010 at 7:01pm Like

Janine Jamia Fujiwara SI BRITTANY MURPHY RIN.......

November 6, 2010 at 2:36pm Like

ABS-CBN's Christmas Season 2010 update

November 4, 2010 at 1:54pm

ABS-CBN formally jumpstarts its Christmas campaign with President Noynoy Aquino as the guest of
honor in the blessing and dedication of the ELJ Communications Center and the launch of its
Christmas campaign with a station ID to be aired during TV Patrol on November 4 (Thurs).

Coming from last years phenomenal and award-winning Bro, Ikaw ang Star ng Pasko, ABS-CBN
newest station music video dubbed as Ngayong Pasko, Magniningning ang Pilipino will once again
kindle the light of unity and honor Filipinos commitment to change.
On the same day, ABS-CBN executives, employees, and guests from the government, private sector,
and the media will celebrate the 82nd birth anniversary of its late chairman Geny Kapitan Lopez
and recognize the winners in this years Bayaning Pilipino Awards.

Other activities lined-up for the Christmas campaign this year will include the Kapamilya Simbang
Gabi, the selling of the Kapamilya Parol, holding of Christmas bazaars, staging of Christmas special
at the Araneta Coliseum, and launching viewers text promo.

This year, ABS-CBN is making the Kapamilya Parol as a symbol of this commitment and will stand
as a pledge for our individual share in bringing about change in our lives, our families, our nation.

Supported by 200 of the biggest and the brightest Kapamilyas from the different platforms of ABS-
CBN Entertainment, News and Current Affairs, ANC, DZMM and Tambayan 101.9, and the
Regional Network Group the music video involved in entertaining and giving service to the public.

Noontime talent show Showtime staged a real live event for the benefit of the madlang people at
the Escopa II, Project 4, Quezon City. Led by Showtime barkada Vhong Navarro, Anne Curtis, Kim
Atienza, Jugs and Teddy, and Vice Ganda, they gave away gifts to lucky madlang people who
showed their samples or talents alongside winning performances from XB Gen San, Philippine
Islands Assassins, and Unlimited Boys. The A Pop Young and the Gigger Boys served as judges.

Meanwhile, patients at the Perpetual Succor Hospital in Sampaloc, Manila were recipients of ABS-
CBN Foundation gift packs of school supplies, DVDs of ABS-CBN Foundation shows, and
Bayanijuan t-shirts given out by Kapamilya stars Piolo Pascual, Gretchen Barretto and the hosts of
Pilipinas Win na Win Rico J. Puno, Marco Sison, Rey Valera,Nonoy Zuiga, Valerie Concepcion,
Gee Canlas and Janelle Jamer.

ABS-CBN also dedicates this years Christmas Station ID to all those who continue to bring pride
and honor to our country with their world-class talents and skills, like Journey frontman Arnel Pineda
and international pop star Charice.
The theme song Ngayong Pasko, Magniningning ang Pilipino sung by Gary Valenciano and Toni
Gonzaga, features the University of Santo Tomas Singers conducted by Prof. Fidel G. Calalang Jr.
This year alone, the world-renowned group won 10 grand prizes from musical competitions in
Poland, Spain and Northern Ireland, including the Choir of the World Luciano Pavarotti Trophy at
the 63rd Llangollen International Music Festival in Wales, UK.

Fresh from Brazil, the Philippine Homeless World Cup team, led by sports legends Coach Rudy Del
Rosario and Coach Elmer Bedia, won 8 out of 11 games and brought home the Host Cup. They
bonded on the field with Derek Ramsay, Ejay Falcon, Marc Nelson, Dyan Castillejo and Martin
Nievera.

The song was written by Jordan Constantino, with music by Lloyd Corpuz, arranged and produced
by Eric Perlas. A remixed version by Gab Valenciano will be released by Star Records.

The 2010 Christmas SID was created by ABS-CBN Creative Communications Management headed
by Robert Labayen, Ira Zabat, Johnny de los Santos, Patrick De Leon with the SID team, Edsel
Misenas, Dang Baldonado, and Kathrina Sanchez. It is directed by Paolo Ramos. Other members
are Peewee Gonzales, Assistant Director; Jimmy Porca, Project Coordinator; Jun Aves,
Cinematographer; Oliver Paler, Post-Production Head; Alfie Landayan, Motion Graphics Designer;
Angel Diesta, Production Designer; Winnie Mariano, talent coordinator; Rap Dela Rea, Editor; Mary
Ann Rejano, Caster; and Egay Del Rosario, Location Manager.

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Dwayne Anglo i salute u President Noy!

November 4, 2010 at 7:19pm Like


Probe Team Scandal (2003)

November 8, 2010 at 2:04am

In defense of Ms. Cheche Lazaro, this is what transpired on the issue of the lifestyle check episode
of Probe involving PAGCOR Chairman Efraim Genuino.

from CHECHE LAZARO

I have avoided further statements to media on the censorship of The ProbeTeam episode on the
undeclared assets of PAGCOR Chairman Efraim Genuino.

It was my hope that the furor created by this one incident in 15 years of partnership would be allowed
to die down and that the scheduled parting of ways would be cordial.

Unfortunately, the November 3 press statement of GMA Channel 7 makes its case at the expense of
the reputation of The Probe Team. GMA Channel 7 has therefore left me with no choice but to put
on record the events that transpired so that our advertisers and the public may know.

October 23, I sent a letter to Atty. Gozon.

In that letter, which follows below, my intention was to let Atty. Gozon know about a series of
developments, visible from our side of the fence, which formed the basis for our conclusion that it
was censorship.

Among those developments were three calls made by Atty. Junjun Tupas, a member of the law firm
of Atty. Gozon, to the Probe staff lobbying on behalf of PAGCOR Chairman Genuino.
Still, I wanted to let Atty. Gozon know that those developments did not make me lose my respect for
him as a person and as the head of GMA 7. None of our actions was meant to be a personal affront
to him at any time.

I therefore ended my October 23 letter in a conciliatory tone. But Atty. Gozons response since then,
including his November 3 letter, have given me cause to regret my silence.

Atty. Gozon has been harping- in his statements to the press, in the GMA-7 newsletter- on The
Probe Teams unprofessionalism.

We maintain that we had the documents he wanted from the very start, and that the final version
aired on September 23 did not need to turn to additional documents.

The journalistic standards of The Probe Team have never been compromised nor have they ever
been second, then or now, to GMA-7s own.

Atty. Gozon says he is terminating the airing of The Probe Team on November 25 even though our
contract runs to the end of January 2004. Again unilaterally, he has also decided that GMA 7 will
continue to air The Probe Team in its international channel.

We say that we are ending the long run of The Probe Team on GMA-7 with the knowledge that we
served the public good without sacrificing our integrity for 16 years.

Letter to Atty. Felipe L. Gozon


October 23, 2003

Atty. Felipe L. Gozon

Chairman, President & CEO

GMA Network Inc.,

GMA Network Center

EDSA Corner Timog Avenue

Diliman, Quezon City 1103

Dear Atty. Gozon:

This is further to my letter dated October 9th, 2003 addressing your suggestion that we mutually end
the partnership with TPT on November 25, 2003.

I had hoped that upon my return from a two week visit with my daughter I would be able to avoid
having to delve once more on the issues surrounding the non-airing, or in our view censorship, of the
TPT episode on PAGCOR Chairman Genuino. Unfortunately, PAGCOR and even GMA Network Inc.
have continued to portray The Probe Team as unprofessional. Never in my many years of being
involved in television have I ever been accused of acting unprofessional. Never in the history of The
Probe Team have we been accused of airing a story for the purpose of undermining the character of
a personality. It would have been a very simple matter for Chairman Genuino or one of his many
assistants to have agreed to an interview where he could have aired his side. Yet even up to today,
there has been no categorical denial from Chairman Genuino himself as to the ownership of those
companies our story identified as his, per SEC records.

While the story on Chairman Genuino was being prepared, there were numerous incidents where his
office and his person were trying to stop the story from being aired. Chairman Genuinos office even
tried to reach my husband. They were using all available connections. At the same time, officers of
GMA Network Inc. showed extraordinary interest in the story, something we have not experienced as
related to a government personality in all our history of working with GMA Network Inc. It was not
difficult to imagine that in the efforts of Chairman Genuino to kill the story, he and his assistants
would also be calling on the executives of the station to air his objection to the story. GMA marketing
through Mr. Afin Bautista lobbied on behalf of Mr. Genuino. Mr. Bautista also told me that a Mr. Dodie
King wanted to talk to me about the PAGCOR story. There was even a call from a lawyer who
identified himself as Junjun Tupas. He said he was from your Law office and was calling as a friend
of PAGCOR. The combination of the multi-pronged pressure led us to believe that the action of GMA
Network Inc. not to air the episode was its way of giving in to the pressure of Mr. Genuino.

It appears that Chairman Genuino had better access to GMA Network Inc. decisions on this matter
than we had. In the early evening of the day when the episode was originally supposed to air, we
were told by people inside PAGCOR that Dodie King had already announced to his staff not to tape
record the airing of The Probe Team that night as the episode on his boss would not be aired. That
was many hours before the staff of The Probe Team was informed of the decision of the station to air
a rerun. In fact, our staff was working double time during those last few hours hoping we could
provide the answers to the questions being raised by GMA 7. We even had our own producers
shooting footage as late as ten p.m.

Similarly, Chairman Genuino had announced to his staff that TPT would be cancelled and
Bernadette Sembrano removed from the news many hours before GMA 7, through Ms. Marissa
Flores and Ms. Rikki Escudero, had told me of that decision at my residence.

What further supports our view that it was not the documentation of the story that caused the station
to replace it with a rerun is the subsequent airing of the episode the next week. The original episode
was aired in UP through the invitation and initiative of the UP faculty and students of the College of
Mass Communications. We had nothing to do with this invitation. In fact it was a matter we had to
debate internally because we knew that GMA 7 would find the airing of that episode as an act of
defiance. We eventually agreed to air it because we felt we had to have on record what the original
episode contained. If you have your staff compare the documentation of that original episode with the
version allowed to air the following week, the documentation remains the same. There was no new
document added, a point we made repeatedly during our back and forth discussions with our
counterparts in News and PA. The episode aired is substantively the same.

We have also been scored for accusing GMA immediately in public. For the record, the first public
statement on the issue after the September 16 non-airing was made on the September 17
Frontpage newscast. We did not solicit coverage from the press. They called us as well as GMA for
comment when the non-airing of the episode had become too obvious to the public. That story first
appeared on September 18 in the PDI.

When Probe Productions Inc. and GMA 7 were discussing the transfer of the marketing from PPI to
GMA 7 in exchange for a fixed monthly fee, one of our main concerns which we mentioned to Mr.
Meckoy Quiogue was journalistic independence. We asked Meckoy whether the start of GMA 7
having a financial commitment to PPI will mean that GMA 7 will exercise control over the stories
going to be aired by The Probe Team. Meckoy assured us that GMA 7 will only SUGGEST and he
added that the station respects our editorial prerogative, a point which I appreciated.

Following that commitment, we worked well with the News and Public Affairs staff on all our stories.
One particular instance I recall is a story we did on the F4 craze. When informed that the station was
concerned about the effect our story would have on the fierce competition with a rival station, we
willingly acceded to their suggestions understanding their concern. We appreciated GMAs giving us
heads up on the matter.

In our contract with GMA 7, we agreed to keep GMA 7 free and harmless, including attorneys fees of
the station, in case any of our stories should provoke a lawsuit. My advisers told me at that time that
this was a very serious undertaking especially for a small company such as ours. They told me that
we would have to reckon not only with legitimate suits but also with nuisance suits. I was told that the
phraseology of the hold harmless clause did not even require that we lose the suit, our company
would be immediately liable for legal expenses of GMA 7 just to prepare and pursue its defense.
Nevertheless, I swallowed hard and accepted this provision because I wanted to remove as many
reasons as possible for GMA 7 to have to intrude in our journalistic independence.

I thought I would raise these two historical points to highlight that our reaction to the decision of GMA
7 not to air the episode is consistent with who we are and what we have stood for all these years.

With reference to your proposal to preterminate the contract to November 25, 2003, allow me to
make a counter proposal. I propose that GMA 7 waive all its international airing rights to any TPT
episodes. If GMA does not want to be associated with The Probe Team anymore, for consistency, it
would follow that GMA also no longer wants to use its international airing rights.
If we have an agreement consistent with the paragraph above, the end of the show will be a month
away. I have not decided whether to end the show after sixteen years or to continue at another
station. Although there have been feelers received, I have not met with anyone to negotiate any
agreement. For now, I only wish to put on record the events as seen from our side, on the issue.

In retrospect, there are many things I could have done to prevent this entire incident from ballooning
to this proportion. I realize how our cries of censorship hurt GMA 7 and yourself. I also feel that by
our having accepted the UP invitation and giving interviews to print media, we brought the issue
outside the confines of the station. Christian teaching identifies the greatest sin as that of PRIDE.
And of this I and my staff in TPT are guilty. Knowing full well that we are parting ways, I do not want
to leave without apologizing to you if I have caused you personal hurt on this issue. I truly regret that
it has come to this point but trust that you will understand how the circumstances surrounding this
incident led us to react the way we did.

Sincerely yours, Cheche Lazaro

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Pinoy Nostalgia naalala ko ang 2003 incident na yan. grabe rin ang ilang tagpo sa media realm, kung tutuusin.

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Kapuso: The GMA Story: Mike Enriquez

November 8, 2010 at 11:52pm

I joined GMA in the later part of 1995. I was with Radio Mindanao Network then, serving as Vice
President for FM radio operations when I was asked to join GMA. At that time GMA wanted to
expand its radio business. The goal was to expand its radio business from four radio stations (one
AM and one FM in Manila and the same in Cebu) to 60 stations or so, according to Mr. Menardo
Jimenez, President of the Network then.

His words, what he said to me in our very first conversation, will forever ring in my ears: "This
expansion project for radio has long been ready the investment, the equipment, the locations, and
to a certain extent some people involved. There is only one final important element that is missing:
who would manage the expansion. So here you are in front of me."

Initially I had difficulty agreeing to join GMA, because I felt perfectly fine where I was, since we had
successful operations going on at Radio Mindanao Network (RMN). And the thought of joining a big
network, a big television network at that, whose core business for which it is known was television
more than radio, was intimidating.

Finally, after eight weeks of discussion with Bobby Barreiro, Butch Jimenez and Tony Seva, I agreed
to accept the challenge, which was to manage the radio expansion.

My original mandate here in GMA was not to be an on-camera newscaster or a TV person. I was
supposed to lead the expansion of the radio network into 60 radio stations nationwide.

In 1997 the Asian crisis came, so we had to scale down the project to only 27 stations, from the 60 or
so as originally planned with of course the understanding that if things work out well, GMA would
always be ready to go full blast.

Let's just say that we are always poised for growth at the right time, under the right circumstances.

In the 1998 elections, I was in a brainstorming session for the television coverage, because we in
radio were supposed to support television. Election coverage is non-stop at least the first 24
hours. They found out that they lacked one more male anchor for the coverage. So Bobby and Tony
said, "Mike, why don't you be one of the anchors?" I thought it was a joke, and so I told them, "If this
is your idea of a joke, it's not funny." It turned out they were serious, so I agreed to give it a crack.
And the rest led to what I am doing today. I run the radio business, and at the same time anchor the
news. I host Imbestigador, plus the other stuff I need to do for TV, like special coverage.

The passion for radio is still very much with me. TV now is the main source of news, beamed satellite
worldwide, and now also through the Internet. Despite all these, my passion for radio has not
diminished. As a matter of fact I wake up at 4 every morning, looking forward to rush to the station,
especially if I know there's a big story breaking.

A significant element in the creative process here is that there's a lot of brainstorming, contributions
from everybody. The culture here is not one that encourages people to raise their hands to say: "Hey,
that's my idea." We throw everything on the table. It's like mahjong, where you throw in all the tiles,
mix them all up, and see what you come up with.

The best proof of that is how I became an on-cam person.

I always tell everyone that it's credibility that carries the name of GMA News and Public
Affairs. It's credibility. The heck! Who would imagine that I could anchor? I don't have a
made-for-TV face. Even my own mother would say that.

I cannot lay claim to have contributed anything by myself. There are so many ideas here, that along
the way, you lose track of which came from whom. Ideas come and are tried out, like being on one's
feet while delivering the news. Or to be just a little bit more casual than the traditional or expected.

I always tell the people I work with, in radio and TV, No, no, no, all of that supposed thinking out of
the box is old hat. Get rid of the box! When it comes to throwing ideas around, the sky's the limit."
For a while, regarding our newscast look, we started to play around with it, and get away from the old
traditional look of newscasters dressed in the usual well-pressed suits and designer ties, with hair
neatly kept to the last strand.

So there I went in front of the cameras with my long hair and just a tie, like with a straight-from-the-
newsroom look. Which is true anyway. After all, we're not just talking heads here, who get made up
and dressed up to face the cameras, and simply read whatever comes up. We get involved in the
entire process of crafting the newscast on a daily basis.

My routine goes something like this: First, for TV, we go on the air at 6:30 p.m. for 24 Oras. So I'm
there at 5-5:30 p.m. for the makeup, etc. And the producers expect this already; it's a routine, it's a
daily event. I sit in front of the computer and go over all the stories. I do it as early as I can so that if
there's any need to discuss with the producers, there's still enough time and room to edit and
change. That's also where being in radio is an advantage, because from 6 to 10 in the morning,
there are a lot of news, reports, updates.

The deal is, say, if there's a fire, the minute it reaches Task Force Alpha proportion, the standard
procedure is I get a call, just to be informed, even in the middle of the night like a doctor, it's 24/7.
Like, one day I'm just told, you're going to Baghdad, and after that you're going to Kuwait. That was
at the height of the Coalition of the Willing efforts of American President George Bush.

There is really no delineation between radio and TV. The basics are the same. We are part of a
whole, we are part of GMA, and GMA is guided by a set of corporate values. All departments, all
business units, all sections, all programs are supposed to be guided by the same set of values.
That's where everything flows from.

So that's the weave. You may be in radio, you may be in new media, you may be in TV which has
many genres, like entertainment, which has its own sub-genres like comedy, drama, game show; or
with news, which also has various sub-genres like public affairs, documentaries but the common
thread among all of us is the corporate values of GMA.
Of course you face another reality, and you have to be pragmatic about it: how to treat your people,
both your own and the audience. And on the business side, well, I don't want to say "deal" with
advertisers; I would rather say how you partner with advertisers.

In radio I made that very, very clear with our marketing people. Advertisers are not clients but
partners, and we will treat them as partners, as we will expect them to treat us like partners also and
not just as suppliers.

Radio being a very personal, intimate and localized medium, but belonging to a national network, we
have a calibrated mix of national and local segments. Precisely because radio is a very personal,
localized medium, you are not going to hear our AM stations in Cebu which are doing very well,
by the way you will never, never hear them talking in Tagalog. It's Cebuano all the way, 24/7.

You will not hear an Iloilo station in any other language but Ilonggo. Or our Baguio station or our
stations in Laoag and Tuguegarao in anything but Ilocano. But using the resources of GMA,
especially in programming and the news, there's the advantage.

We also have a couple of guys here who already process the materials. We only deal with the major
languages Cebuano, Hiligaynon or Ilonggo, Pangasinense, Ilocano. And we have a station in
Zamboanga, so in Chavacano.

Wherever we are, we have it in their language. We don't play imperialist-Manila, we don't dictate that
this is what your people like, you tell us what your people like and let's talk about it. We don't play
God

I don't want to use the use the word "limitation" but there are many things you can do for radio that
you can't do for television, and vice versa. The principal difference is the video, the visual element in
television that you don't get in radio, which can sometimes make radio more challenging, since
you're supposed to make radio more visual without the benefit of a screen. There's a lot of training
involved.
But it all starts with the selection of the people whom you make part of the team. The marching order
I got when I began the radio expansion was to get the best equipment, the best people, the best
locations. That's how GMA does it, every time they go into something, and it's a trademark of
excellence. They will not settle for just anything.

Every month there's a regular meeting of all department heads. I attend the meetings with the Board
of Directors, as a resource person, not as a member of the Board, but because of my rank as an
SVP, being the head of a business unit. We're like COOs, in effect.

I don't want to use the word "responsible" we are accountable for the performance of the business
unit entrusted to us. In my case, I have been entrusted with the radio business of the Network. And I
answer to the Board, and to the stockholders, which include the public now. So I am accountable for
the conduct of the unit I head.

And then in between all of these, there is constant communication with the Chairman, Atty. Gozon
with regards radio, or sometimes he would bounce off his ideas regarding TV. Sometimes he would
include me on his e-mail list, when he wants to take up certain issues, and ask for comments, or
"Reco" meaning recommendations.

He's a voracious reader, I guess from being a lawyer. And so I have become a more voracious
reader myself. You can't help it, you just keep getting notes and memos from him, e-mail, etc.
Sometimes he would send you reading materials regarding politics, regarding trends. He will send
you pages from a book or a magazine article that does not necessarily have anything to do with radio
or with news.

With regards preserving ethical standards, you have to be constantly vigilant. You have to accept the
reality that you are dealing with fellow human beings who have their own weaknesses, frailties. It's
different strokes for different folks, with different reactions to temptations.
It takes vigilance on the part of those responsible for the conduct of our broadcast. Of co-equal
importance are training and recognition. It takes patience. It cannot be done overnight, it's a
continuing process, until it becomes second nature. It's also a combination of education and
inculcation. You cannot just hold them to a series of values training sessions and then forget about it.
It's never-ending.

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Ymman Jake Merdegia Biaco sa DWKC (ngayon I FM) siya naging DJ as Baby Michael

November 23, 2010 at 5:42pm Like

Kapuso: The GMA Story: Mel Tiangco

November 10, 2010 at 11:30am

Shortly after I joined GMA in 1997, EVP Tony Seva told me, O Mel, nandito ka na rin lang, why dont
you head the Foundation?" He knew it was sort of my baby in the other station. So I said, Fine, Ill
do it."

At that time, the Foundation was supporting arts and culture, like the Metro Pop and other activities.
Carmen Jimenez-Ong, the daughter of Mr. Menardo Jimenez, headed it. Then she left in the early
2000s and the responsibility fell on my lap. By then I was already running a small public service
effort. I had a very small office, the Bisig BayanPublic Service Office. Actually, it was the office of the
security guard, who was asked to vacate it to give space to the public service office.

While Im generally associated with news broadcasting, running the foundation has been my other
work since I joined GMA. Im quite hands-on with what is now the GMA Kapuso Foundation.
Today the magnitude of our projects is very different from when we started. Its now focused on
education, health and relief operations, with some projects anchored on values formation. Our
expertise has even been tapped by UNICEF. They came to us and explained it was no random
choice to partner with us, that we were selected through a rigorous process. They said they needed
an institution that had integrity.

Most of our projects depend on voluntary donations from the public and from big companies. And
our biggest donor is none other than GMA Network.

My idea then for the Foundation was and still is that we are an adjunct of the News
Department. To my mind, there should be a reason for our existence in a broadcasting network, lest
some quarters cast doubts on our real intentions. For us in the Foundation, the work weve done for
the longest time is what we call Serbisyong Totoo, especially in conjunction with our work in News.

Now what does that mean? Let it me explain it this way: Our reporters usually cover emergencies
and crises and calamities. They are right there in the center of chaos, of poverty, of disease, all of
that. Tapos babalik sa News Department, ire-report yung nakita. Hanggang doon na lang ba
yun? The bottom line is we are all human, and we are all supposed to be touched by what we see
and feel and hear in our work. Hindi yung ayan na'ng report mo, ganoon lang. So we formed the
Foundation.

Kami ang naging brigadang taga-salo ng mga problema ng mga taong nakikita naming naghihirap,
nagkakasakit. Kami ang Brigadang Serbisyong Totoo!

Heres a recent example: our reporter, Sandra Aguinaldo, went to some place in the hinterlands,
taking hours to get there, only to find out that the kids did not have a single pencil. Tumawag dito yan,
"Tita Mel, sa lugar na ito walang gamit pang eskwela ang ang mga bata, ganoon ganoon" I
said, "Ah, okey, magpapadala tayo."
The Foundation was born out of this concept. That it may be a news department, but we can do
more. Di lang pagbibigay ng istorya sa publiko, kundi Serbisyong Totoo talaga.We have to do our
share. Kung kakayanin, tutulong tayo.

Of course, from there, lumaki na ng lumaki ang aming trabaho. We remain a lean team, however. I
am proud of that. Our staff is all of 25 people. So we get a lot of "Youre only 25, how are you able to
do all that?" Its because of so many volunteers, and the biggest volunteer is GMA Network itself. We
are only 25, but I can say I have the Legal Department, HR Department, and so on, all from the
Network. What Im saying is: the Network supports us fully.

As for my news anchor personality, I cant really say that I have to divide my time. The role is one
and the same. I consider it as just one job, handled by one person. There are times when I have to
go out of town for the Foundation. Just as I do for News. Pareho rin. What you see is what you get,
period.

When GMA became No. 1, our responsibility grew as well. The pressure increased.Humirap lalo
nang nag-branding na kami ng Serbisyong Totoo. This was around 2002, before we became Kapuso
Foundation. Earlier, we were just the GMA Foundation. Thennoong nag- branding na
yung Network ng Kapuso, we became the GMA Kapuso Foundation.

One of the projects weve been noted for is the provision of backpacks with school supplies to
schoolchildren in the provinces. People know about us because of this project. Now we have regular
donors giving assistance for that purpose. Even the Network donates much of its CSR funds to it.

We started with only 700 schoolchildren, but this number kept growing. Now the Foundation is
already noted for it. Kami talaga ang una diyan, pero happily, marami nang sumunod sa amin. While
it was my idea, I can credit the newspapers for it. Dati kasi, nasa radyo pa ako, and when youre on
radio you read all the papers from cover to cover every day. Madilim pa, nagbabasa ka na pag nasa
radyo.
I came across a study by the DepEd that analyzed the reasons for the high dropout rate of students
in Grade 1. One of the main reasons was walang gamit yung mga bata. Either the children or their
parents react to that. Nahihiya yung mga bata, nafi-feel nila yun pag nasa classroom na sila at
walang gamit; medyo feeling inferior dun sa mga kasamahan nila.

And usually this happens one week after school opening. The news story explained why: it is after
one week that the teacher says, "Bring out your pencil and paper! Ilabas ang papel at lapis!" Ang
pobreng mga bata, walang mailabas. Then some children will start to feign na masakit ang tiyan,
ang ulo, ayaw nang pumasok. Yun pala, when you come right down to it, nahihiya pumasok kasi
wala silang gamit. Ang hirap palang matuto kung wala kang lapis o crayon. Kapag sinabi ni Teacher,
"Kulay pula ang damit ni Neneng" O, paano ka na, eh wala kang Crayola? Paano mo ma-enjoy
yung school?

As for the parents, ang sinasabi naman ay, "Bakit ko pa i-enrol, eh wala rin naman akong pambili ng
papel?" Sa Metro Manila, hindi pinapansin yan, maliit na bagay yan. Papel lang yan. Pero sa
malalayong lugar, wala talaga silang pera doon. Pambili ng tatlong pirasong papel, wala talaga.
Kayat sasabihin ng ama sa ina, "Eh bat mo pa i-enrol yan, eh wala naman tayong pambili ng papel
o lapis? 'Wag mo nang i-enrol yan!"

Now we are very happy about this project, because we get impact reports that say it has really
improved the enrollment of students in Grade 1. The projects mission is to help provide a good
experience for the child as he enters school. Yun bang maganda ang kanyang experience sa unang
pagtungtong nya sa eskwela. Hopefully, this will inspire the child to continue going to school.

Our Unang Hakbang Sa Kinabukasan project also addresses the psyche of the child, not only to
simply give him school supplies.

Now, all these past years, weve been addressing this problem. We distributed 47,000 backpacks
with school supplies last year. And we also replenish those basic school needs every October.
We're also engaged in a lot of relief operations especially in the past year, what with the super
typhoons. We concentrated our relief operations all over Northern Luzon. Una kami sa area na
yan, at yan ang kabutihan ng set-up namin, napakaganda ngsymbiosis ng News and the
Foundation. When we do news coverage, kasunod na yung Foundation efforts.

We established a satellite repacking center in Tarlac. Nasa Tarlac kami nung Typhoon Pepeng.
Impassable pa yung highway pero noong nabuksan, umakyat na kami ngDagupan, since
Pangasinan was badly hit. Then on to Ilocos and Baguio. We wanted to serve that area pero noong
tatama daw yung Typhoon Ramil, naisip namin baka ma-isolate yung team, so we told them, "Tama
nang ginawa ninyo dyan, sa Isabela naman!"

We set up a repacking area there, too. In a repacking center, doon bumabagsak lahat ng relief
goods. In the case of Tarlac, naging problema namin nabasa lahat ang bigas ng NFA. So we had to
bring the rice from Metro Manila, ibinyahe pa.

Usually, we order relief supplies in advance here in Metro Manila, binabayaran na dito, pero doon na
dine-deliver. That is the procedure. Volunteers from the area repack the supplies. We have about five
or six from the staff connect with the volunteers, brief them on what to do. Sila rin, lalabas, isa lang
ang maiiwan sa repacking center. So may apat na teams ka nang umiikot. Kailangan ay kasama ang
isang staffer namin sadistribution, leading the volunteers.

Ang procurement, dito sa Manila, ang payment dito rin, pero doon na sa satellite repacking
centers ang delivery. Our teams are rotated, palipat-lipat. Its almost like a military operation.

Speaking of which, the AFP helps us a lot. In terms of manpower and security, and occasional
transport, ginagamit yung big trucks nila na matataas, pang lusong sa baha.
During the onslaught of Ondoy and Pepeng, the rule was to serve everybody who needed food and
medicine, even if they are people just wandering in the streets. We needed to suspend our strict
rules because of the magnitude and urgency of the situation then.

There are areas that the AFP will advise us not to penetrate. But of course, mas marami ang
mga area na napupuntahan. In any case, you know you are there to do good. So we have not
experienced any problems even in sensitive areas.

An example would be the school in Mindanao that we helped rebuild. This was in Pikit, after the
burning. When it was recaptured, kami ang unang-unang NGO na naka-penetrate sa area na yun. I
was there myself to lead in having that school rebuilt.

A number of schools all over the country are being rebuilt with our calamity fund. We are now looking
at more than P50 million to put into the construction of schools, while at the same time doing
sustained relief work in the north, inclusive of medical missions and distribution of food supplies. We
go as far as Isabela province and Atok in Benguet.

We are also engaged in re-greening efforts in conjunction with rebuilding schools. These are modest
environmental projects. They dont involve hectares of land. But the children, the parents, the
teachers, and everyone in the community develop environmental awareness at the same time that
they take an active role in planting trees around their school and in surrounding areas.

Were very proud of this effort, and we make sure its sustained. Every year, we go back to the site
and note, "Uy, lumalaki na! Uy malaki na!" We shared this with the board of the Foundation:
"Tingnan nyo, the trees at the schools, lumalaki." How exciting for us to see our humble effort
literally growing.

Now I have another project thats still in the development stage. It will involve fast-growing trees that
can provide added income like bamboo and cacao. Were looking at the possibilities, yung
pang short term muna para matuwa sila agad. Yung sa loob lang ng isang taon, pagkakakitaan
na. Im talking to certain groups; inaaral pa namin yan.
We in the Foundation know we have to be ready at all times, so that when a calamity strikes, be it
fire, armed conflict, or a super-typhoon like Ondoy, we are ready to go into action. Its not as simple
as just receiving material donations or money, then bibili lang ng sardinas at bigas at ipapamigay.

The GMAKF, after the initial relief work and after the dust has settled, so to speak, goes back to the
affected areas and asks the victims, Ano pa ang kailangan ninyo?" That way, we are given better
advice on how the money donations can help on a long-term basis, 'di lang short-term relief.

We are deeply inspired by all the trust the people are giving us. Every single peso we receive is an
affirmation of that trust, so we continue to do these things with utmost regard and respect for our
donors and supporters. We also owe a lot to the Network, which is our prime donor.

It is because of all these that our staff maintains their devotion and commitment to what we do. They
are moved by the idea that people trust us, depend on us, and believe in us. No matter how much
work is staring us in the face. Passion is our fuel.

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ABC-5: March 1994 Primetime Schedule

November 23, 2010 at 3:27pm

Sunday Terrific Trio:

7:00 - Raven

8:00 - Quantum Leap

9:00 - Hunter
Monday's Mainstays:

7:00 - Big Night

9:00 - The Big News

9:30 - FBI: The Untold Stories

10:00 - Rachel Gunn, R.N.

10:30 - Public Forum

Tuesday's Must-See:

7:00 - Idol si Pidol

9:00 - The Big News

9:30 - The Edu Manzano Show

Wednesday's Winners:

7:00 - ABCinema

9:00 - The Big News

9:30 - Isang Tanong, Isang Sagot

Thursday's Turn-ons:

7:00 - (hindi ko matandaan)

7:30 - Speed Racer

8:00 - The Hat Squad

9:00 - The Big News


9:30 - ABC Action Theater

Friday's Firepower:

7:00 - We R Family

8:00 - Love Notes

9:00 - The Big News

9:30 - Entertainment Today

Saturday's Salvo

7:00 - Tondomininium

8:00 - Tropang Trumpo

9:00 - Beauty and the Beast

10:00 - All-Star Wrestling

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Sunday Primetime on GMA

November 23, 2010 at 3:38pm

1991

5:30 - Tanghalan ng Kampeon

7:00 - GMA-7 Presents: "Alice"

8:30 - Aliwan sa GMA

9:30 - Billy Graham Special


10:30 - A Little Night of Music

11:30 - Concert at the Park

1992

5:30 - The Cosby Show

6:00 - Dinosaurs

6:30 - The Gwapings Live!

7:30 - Marvelous Golden Movies

9:30 - Martin After Dark

11:00 - A Little Night of Music

1993

6:00 - Dinosaurs

7:30 - Marvelous Golden Movies

9:30 - Martin After Dark

11:00 - A Little Night of Music

12:00 - The 700 Club International

12:30 - Voice in the Wilderness

1997

5:30 - Partners Mel & Jay

7:00 - Biblibkaba?
7:30 - GMA Telesine Specials

9:30 - Sunday Night Box Office

11:30 - Sunday Night Specials

12:30 - GMA Network News Weekend

1:00 - A Little of Night of Music

1:30 - The 700 Club Internatiional

2:00 - Jesus Miracle Crusade

2010

6:00 - 24 Oras Weekend

6:30 - Pepito Manaloto

7:30 - Kap's Amazing Stories

8:30 - Mel & Joey (switching timeslots in 2011)

9:30 - Show me da Manny (switching timeslots in 2011)

10:30- Sunday Night Box Office

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Noside Bandilla This is what we call classics!

November 23, 2010 at 6:57pm Like

19th KBP Golden Dove Awards Winners (TV)


November 26, 2010 at 2:47pm

Ka Doroy Valencia Broadcaster of the Year:Ces Drilon

Best Television Station:ABS-CBN

Best TV Newscast:Bandila

Best TV Newscaster:Henry Omaga Diaz (ABS-CBN)

Best Magazine Program:Rated K (ABS-CBN)

Best TV Sports Program:Sports Unlimited (ABS-CBN)

Best TV Drama Program:Maalaala Mo Kaya (ABS-CBN)

Best Special Program:Harapan Vice Presidential Debate (ABS-CBN)

Best TV Drama Actor:Coco Martin, Kung Tayoy Magkakalayo (ABS-CBN)

Best TV Drama Actress:Judy Ann Santos, Habang May Buhay (ABS-CBN)

Best TV Public Affairs Program:Y-Speak (Studio 23)Salamat Dok (ABS-CBN)

Best TV Public Affairs Program Host:Boy Abunda, The Bottomline (ABS-CBN)

Best TV Games/Variety Program:Talentadong Pinoy (TV5)

Best TV Comedy Program:Locomoko U (TV5)

Best TV Documentary Program:USI: Under Special Investigation (TV5)

Best TV Documentary Program Host:Paolo Bediones, USI (TV5)

Best TV Public Service Announcement:Isang Araw Lang Drugs (UNTV)

Best TV Public Service Program Host:Susan K., Bantay OCW (NBN)

The 19th KBP Golden Dove Awards was held last night, Nov. 25, at the Taal Vista Lodge in Tagaytay
City.
It was hosted by Best Public Affairs Program Host for TV winner, Boy Abunda.

ABS-CBN channel 2 and its subsidiaries (Studio 23, DZMM, etc.) once again dominated the list of
winners this year. Its biggest rival, GMA-7 and its subsidiaries (QTV-11, DZBB, DWLS) is not a
member of the KBP thats why no program or personality from the Kapuso network won an award
nor nominated.

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Pinoy Nostalgia GMA is still loser of the awards night for almost 7-8 years since 2003!

November 26, 2010 at 2:47pm Like 2


Reina Bismar just asking lang po, bakit kaya ang mga no. 1 "daw" in terms of rating mapa-TV man o Radio yung
mga hindi nagkakamit ng award?!

November 26, 2010 at 2:58pm Like 1


Pilot Uvmc YES KAPAMILYA TALAGA AWARD GIVEN!! HEHEHE WE DESERVE IT GUYS!!

November 26, 2010 at 2:58pm Like 1


Tony Boy Bautista What Year that GMA Started as a KBP Member?

November 26, 2010 at 3:08pm Like


Marc John Paragas Dita @reina-para mang brainwash...hehe

November 26, 2010 at 3:08pm Like


Pinoy Nostalgia Bigo naman....sa susunod
November 26, 2010 at 4:17pm Like

Tamasu Adobo REVENGE!!!!!

November 26, 2010 at 6:29pm Like

Pinoy Nostalgia @Mario: 1970s.... i'm sure

November 26, 2010 at 9:34pm Like

Elinorak Noicpecnoc Necamla swerte lng cla kc hndi miembro ang GMA dyan..

November 27, 2010 at 1:45am Like

Pinoy Nostalgia *GMA withdraws membership in 2003 due to incidents involving host Rosanna Roces, alleged
commercial overloading and interfering when news anchor Mike Enriquez aired his complaints over his radio
program, Saksi sa Dobol B, against Lopez-owned cable firm SkyCable's distortion of GMA's signal on its system,
and a lost videotape containing evidence that the cable firm had violated the rule on soliciting ads for cable TV.

November 27, 2010 at 4:03pm Like

Pinoy Nostalgia *NBN withdraws membership in 2001-2002 due to airing of the controversial Bingo Pilipino
games.

November 27, 2010 at 4:04pm Like

Juvilyn Asis Congrats, ABS-CBN for Best TV Station!

November 28, 2010 at 11:16am Like

TAGLINES/JINGLES/TRANSCRIPTS of commercials part 1

November 26, 2010 at 8:27pm


Sinong tao dyan ang makaalalaala sa mga lumang komersyal na ito?

Crest Toothpaste:

jENNY: DADDY, ANG CHOCOLLATES KO

daddy: BAKA MASIRA ANG NGIPIN MO SA CHOCOLLATES EH...

Ajax:

Ako Si Maxima Labandera

Winner Refregerator:

Hello Ice Pugo... Dasalasanansens

Tulip Milk:

pay For The Milk Not For The Can

Pioneer Mighty Epoxy (jingle by Yoyoy Villame)

Pioneer epoxy, pandikit ng crystal, tanso at bakal!

pandikit ng radiator

tambucho, predyerator

lamesita, sillia at marami pang iba!

Pioneer epoxy, pioneer epoxy!

Paborito ng bayan!

Ola Detergent Soap:

ola, ola, pinong panlaba.

Preety Hair Shampoo:

CLEANS HAIR KILLS LICE

Tanduay Gold:
I found gold in the Philippines

Guard Hair Cream:

sayang, walang guard nung araw!

Animycin:

this baboy-alaga tip was brought to you by animycin suspension...stop scouring with animycin!

Pidro Worm Killer:

pidro worm killer, the total dewormer!

Arthur's (napapanood sa Eat Bulaga):

arthur's legaspi towers and taft avenue

accepts made-to-order pants and barong finished within 6 hours.

visit their other branches.

Magnolia Chocolait:

Magnolia Chocolait, drink a bit of the chocolate brick, that you can drink, so creamy delicious!

Colgate:

morning time when you wake up, brush your teeth with Colgate gel, Colgate winterfresh gel!

Joy Tissue:

Ikiskis mo sa Pilapil

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Kyle Florencio Saan mo naman nakuha yan Gabby?
I think you collated the comments from PEx and Youtube.

November 26, 2010 at 8:28pm Like

Pinoy Nostalgia http://www.pinoyexchange.com/forums/showthread.php?t=289351

November 26, 2010 at 8:30pm Like

Ace Gadia dude....... CLEENE ABSORBENT COTTON, KEEPS ON ABSORBING EVEN WHEN WET [ting!!!!]
"sfx"

November 27, 2010 at 11:35am Like 1

Basal Afuang Winston...SPirit of the USA!

November 27, 2010 at 12:57pm Like

Anjho Ezekiel Reyes family rubbing alcohol: hindi lang pampamilya,pang-isports pa!

November 27, 2010 at 1:01pm Like 1

Anak TV seal awardees (ABS-CBN 2/Studio 23)

November 27, 2010 at 2:58pm

ABS-CBN 2

2000

Epol/ Apple

Hirayamanawari

Math Tinik

Pahina
Sineskwela

2001

Bayani

Epol/ Apple

Hirayamanawari

Math Tinik

Pahina

Simsala Grimm

Sineskwela

2002

Bayani

Epol/ Apple

Franklin

Hirayamanawari

Maggie and the Ferocious Beast

Math Tinik

Rainbow Fish

Sineskwela

2003
100 Deeds Of Eddie McDowd

Epol/ Apple

Hirayamanawari

Maggie and the Ferocious Beast

Math Tinik

Rainbow Fish

Rolie Polie Olie

Sineskwela

2004

100 Deeds of Eddie McDowd

Bear In The Big Blue House

Detek Kids

Epol/ Apple

Math Tinik

Sineskwela

Wansapanataym

2005

Art Jam

Bear In The Big Blue House

Madeline
Silip - Sining at Lipunan

2006

Art Jam

Barney and Friends

John and Shirley

Kabuhayang Swak na Swak

Pilipinas, Game Ka Na Ba?

Rated K

Salamat Dok

Sanrio World of Animation

The New Adventures of Madeline

Wansapanataym

2007

Basta Sports

Cedie, Ang Munting Prinsipe

Chuy

Kabuhayang Swak na Swak

Northern Catch

Noypi, Ikaw Ba 'To?

Okiddo
Pilipinas, Game Ka Na Ba?

Rated K

Salam

Salamat Dok

Sharon

Sirit

Yes to Christmas

2008

Busog Lusog

Cedie, ang Munting Prinsipe

Julio at Julia

Kabuhayang Swak na Swak

Maayong Buntag, Kapamilya

Matanglawin

Northern Catch

Pilipinas, Games Na Ba?

Rated K

Salamat Dok

Sharon

Sirit

Swiss Family Robinsons


2009

Kabuhayang Swak na Swak

Matanglawin

May Bukas Pa

Pilipinas, Game Ka Na Ba

Rated K

Salamat Dok

Sineskwela

Wonder Mom

2010

Kapamilya, Winner Ka

Kulilits

Mag-TV Na Baguio

Mag-TV Na CDO

Mag-TV Na Cebu

Salamat Dok

Studio 23

2002

Game Plan
2003

7th Heaven

Game Plan

In Fitness and In Health

Pahina

The Explorer

2004

7th Heaven

Bayani

Breakfast

Digital Tour

Game Plan

Hirayamanawari

In Fitness and In Health

Kiss the Cook

Sports TV

Team Explorer

2005

7th Heaven

Breakfast Supersize
Game Plan

Jimmy Neutron

Math Tinik

PetKo

Postman Pat

Sineskwela

Sports TV

Team Explorer

Y Speak Live!

2006

26th National Quiz Bee

700 Club Asia

7th Heaven

Breakfast Supersize

Game Plan

Math Tinik

Postman Pat

Sineskwela

Sports TV

The Key of David

Y Speak!
2007

27th National Quiz Bee

7th Heaven

Badminton Extreme

Bantay Kalikasan TV

Breakfast

Math Tinik

Postman Pat

Sineskwela

Sports TV

Y Speak

2008

5 and 1/2 TV Show

28th National Quiz Bee

Math Tinik

Sineskwela

Y Speak

2009

Gourmet Everyday
Y Speak

2010

Y Speak

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Lotis Napial Congrats kmplya!:)

November 27, 2010 at 3:30pm Like

Anak TV seal awardees (ABC/TV5)

November 27, 2010 at 3:06pm

2000

Johnny Quest

2001

Sailormoon

Simba

Touch By An Angel

2002

The Exchange
Trabaho Lang

Urban Doctor

2003

5 & Up

Chikiting Patrol

What's Cooking at Sylvia's Kitchen

2004

Campus TV

Chikiting Patrol

Gourmet Everyday

Island Flavors

Mommy Academy

Tutubi Patrol

2005

Animal X

Art is Kool

Field Trip

Gourmet Everyday

Healthline
How 'Bout My Place

Island Flavors

Kabataan News Network

Mom In The City

Mommy Academy

Quiz Bee

The Practical Cook Show

The Probe Team Documentaries

Trip Ko 'To

Tutubi Patrol

Word Made Flesh

2006

ABC Nickelodeon

Animal X

Ating Alamin

Gourmet Everyday

Healthline

How 'Bout My Place

Island Flavors

Kabataan News Network

Mommy Academy
Nutrition and Health

Pinoy Iba Tayo

Tahanang Pinoy

The Practical Cook Show

Word Made Flesh

2007

Blues Clues

Dora, the Explorer

Generation Rx

Gourmet Everyday

Healthline

Island Flavors

Kerygma TV

Light Talk

Maunlad na Agrikultura

Once Upon A Saint

Tahanang Pinoy

Word Made Flesh

2008

Barney and Friends


Blues Clues

Bob, the Builder

Chalkzone

Dora, the Explorer

Go, Diego, Go

Spongebob Squarepants

Wonderpets

2010

Barney and Friends

Blues Clues

Bob the Builder

Dora, the Explorer

Global Grover

Hi-5

Inside the Fish Bowl

Jimmy Neutron

Mustard TV

Postman Pat

SpongeBob SquarePants

The Word Exposed

Thomas and Friends


Wonder Pets

Anak TV seal awardees (GMA-7/ZOE-11/QTV-11)

November 27, 2010 at 3:12pm

GMA-7

2000

Chikiting Patrol

Princess Sissi

Sesame Street

Teletubbies

Toothbrush

2001

Batang Batibot

Blues Clues

Chikiting Patrol

Digital LG Quiz Show

Koko Kwik Kwak

Sesame Street

Teletubbies

2002
5 & Up

Blues Clues

Charlotte

Che Che Lazaro Presents

Chikiting Patrol

Digital LG Quiz Show

Make Way for Noddy

Probe Team

2003

Art Is Kool

Charlotte

Digital LG Quiz Show

Kapwa Ko, Mahal Ko

Magpakailanman

Make Way for Noddy

Pollyana

Sesame Street

Wish Ko Lang

2004

Blues Clues
Dora, the Explorer

Happy Tales

Kay Susan Tayo

Pet Ko

Unang Hirit

Wish Ko Lang

2005

Art Angel

At Your Service

Dora, the Explorer

Happy Tales

I-Witness

Kapuso Mo, Jessica Soho

Lovely Day

Maynila

Wish Ko Lang

2006

Art Angel

Dora, the Explorer

Happy Tales
Kapuso Mo, Jessica Soho

Lovely Day

Mahiwagang Baul

Maynila

Pinoy Meets World

Wish Ko Lang

2007

Art Angel

Kakasa Ka Ba Sa Grade 5?

Kapuso Mo, Jessica Soho

Lovely Day

Magpakailanman

Mga Kuwento ni Lola Basyang

Wish Ko Lang

2008

Art Angel

Batang Bibbo

Kapuso Mo, Jessica Soho

Ka-Blog

Kay Susan Tayo


Lovely Day

Wish Ko Lang

2009

Art Angel

Batang Bibbo

Happy Land

Kapuso Mo, Jessica Soho

Kay Susan Tayo

Lovely Day

Wish Ko Lang

2010

Adyenda

Art Angel

Happy Land

PJM Forum

Tropang Potchi

Wish Ko Lang

ZOE-11/QTV-11

2000
Flying House

Superbook

2003

Flying House

2004

PJM Forum

Serbisyo Legal

2005

700 Club

Adyenda

Diyos at Bayan

2006

Ang Pinaka

At Your Service

Day-Off

Heidi

Katoque

Make Way for Noddy

Rx Men
Star Power

2007

Alice in Wonderland

Ang Pinaka

Anne of Green Gables

Are You Smarter Than A 5th Grader?

At Your Service, Star Power

Balitanghali

Care Bears

Day-Off

Ka-Toque

May Trabaho Ka

Mga Waging Kuwento ng OFW

Rx Men

2008

Ang Pinaka

Balitanghali

Bannertail

Fairezz

Go Negosyo
Hired!

Kids on Q

My Little Pony

Make Way for Noddy

Miya

Planet's Funniest Animals

2009

Ang Pinaka

Balitanghali

Day-Off

Kids on Q

2010

Are You Smarter Than A 5th Grader

Aria

Diyos at Bayan

Go Negosyo

Grimms Fairy Tales

Hello Kitty and Friends

Jeanie with the Light Brown Hair

Legend of Sleeping Beauty


Marco

Midnight Prayers

Pocahontas

True Confections

Anak TV seal awardees (NBN/RPN/IBC)

November 27, 2010 at 3:36pm

IBC-13

2000

Gogo's Adventures with English

Y2K: Yes To Kid

2001

Hapi Kung Healthy

2002

Good Take

2003

A Taste Of Life

Good Take
2004

A Taste of Life

Entrepinoy

Good Take

Quiz Bee

2005

A Taste of Life

Ang Bagong Entrepinoy

Good Take

Serbis on the Go

2006

A Taste of Life

Earth Files

Good Take

Japan Video Topics

Serbis on the Go

2007

Ating Alamin

EBC Earth Files

Mommy Academy
Oras ng Katotohanan

Serbis on the Go

The Rock of My Salvation

2008

Biyaheng Langit

Buhay Pinoy

Gabay at Aksyon

Healthline

2009

Asin at Ilaw

Buhay Pinoy

Gabay at Aksyon

2010

Express Balita

Gabay at Aksyon

RPN-9

2001

Barney
Superfriends

2003

Asin at Ilaw

Barney and Friends

Biyaheng Langit

Heroes of the Bible

Just for Laughs

Luks Family

Payo ni Doc

Signs and Wonders

What Would Jesus Do? (WWJD)

2004

Asin at Ilaw

As Told By Ginger

Biyaheng Langit

Island Life

Payo ni Doc

Road Trip

Signs and Wonders

Sponge Bob Squarepants


Wild Thornberries

What Would Jesus Do (WWJD)?

2005

Asin at Ilaw

As Told By Ginger

Biyaheng Langit

Popeye and Son

Road Trip

RPN Jr. News

Signs and Wonders

Wild Thornberries

2006

Asin at Ilaw

Balikatan

Biyaheng Langit

Friends Again

Home Buddy

Insight Inside

Mag-negosyo Tayo

May Liwanag
Signs and Wonders

Tagumpay sa Bibliya

W.O.W.

2007

Asin at Ilaw

Biyaheng Langit

Buhay Pinoy

Gameplan

Kapatid

May Liwanag

One Morning

Parenting 101

Pinokyo

Signs and Wonders

2008

NewsWatch Junior Edition

NBN-4

2002

Sports Kid
2003

Eskwela ng Bayan

2005

Business and Leisure

Damayan

GSIS Members' Hour

MMDA on the Road

Network Forum

Next Stop

Talk Ko 'To

Teledyaryo

2006

Damayan

Kusina Atbp.

NBN Business

Sportslist

Talk Ko 'To

Tinig ng Bayan

The Morning Show


2007

Ang Say ng Kabataan

Damayan

GSIS Members' Hour

Kusina Atbp.

Mag-agri Tayo

Negosyo Atbp.

Pilipinas Ngayon Na

Power to Unite

Serbisyo Muna

Sportslist

Teledyaryo Business

The Morning Show

Young Once

Youth Voice

2008

Business @ 10

Equilibrium

GSIS Members' Hour

Kapayapaan - Atin Ito


Lakbaying ang Magandang Pilipinas

Negosyo Atbp.

One Morning

Pilipinas Ngayon Na

Power to Unite

She...Ka

Young Once

Youth Voice

2009

Abante Pilipinas

Biz News

Code Red

Damayan

Equilibrium

Heart to Heart

Komentaryo

Money Matters

Negosyo Atbp.

Neighbors

Oras ng Himala

Power to Unite
Republic Service

The Young Once

2010

Abante Pilipinas

Balitalakay

Batingaw

BizNews

Damayan

Equilibrium

Heart to Heart

Komentaryo

Negosyo Atbp

Power to Unite

Sci-Pol

Signs and Wonders

Sulong Pa Bagong Bulakeo

TakipSilip

The Doctor Is In

The Young Once

Anak TV seal awardees (SBN/NET25/UNTV)


November 27, 2010 at 3:52pm

SBN

2004

Ang Buhay Pinoy

2005

Buhay Pinoy sa Telebisyon

2006

Buhay Pinoy

Oras ng Himala

2007

Oras ng Himala

NET 25

2001

Ocean Girl

2002

Convergence 88
House Calls

New Yankee Workshop

Ocean Girl

Our House

Pilot Guide

Zoboomafoo

2003

Between the Lions

Car Guys

House Calls

New Yankee Workshop

Our House

The Genie from Down Under

Urban Peasant

2004

Arts 21

Between the Lions

Convergence Reloaded

Euromaxx

New Yankee Workshop


Sky Trackers

The Planet

Tomorrow Today

Urban Peasant

2005

Arts 21

Auto Motor and Sports

Convergence Reloaded

Euromaxx

In Focus

The Planet

Tomorrow Today

2006

Arts 21

Convergence

Euromaxx

Gabay sa Kalusugan

House Calls

In Focus

Kapatid sa Hanapbuhay
Open Line

The Planet

Tomorrow Today

Tribe

2007

Arts 21

Bundesliga

Convergence

Drive It

Gabay sa Kalusugan

In Focus

Kapatid sa Hanapbuhay

Tomorrow Today

2008

Gabay sa Kalusugan

I-Balita

Kapatid sa Hanapbuhay

Moments

Newsbeat

Weekend Report
Spoon

Tribe

World Report

2009

Convergence

Homepage

In Good Shape

I-News

Landmarks

Moments

Spoon

Tomorrow Today

2010

Ang Iglesia Ni Cristo

Ang Pagbubunyag

Bundesliga

Chronicles

Discover Germany

Global 3000

Homepage
I-Balita

Iglesia Ni Cristo and the Bible

In Focus

In Good Shape

I-News

Journal News

Landmarks

Moments

On Set

Pasugo with Church News

Red Carpet

Spoon

Tomorrow Today

Tribe

UNTV

2009

Bread 'n Butter

Doc on TV

Good Morning Kuya

Istorya

Kaagapay
Munting Pangarap

Serbisyo Publiko

Sports 37

2010

Bread and Butter

Bread Tambayan

Dito Po Sa Amin

Doc on TV

Estranghero

Good Morning Kuya

Istorya

Kilalanin Natin

KNC Show

Law Profile

Munting Pangarap

Sports 37

Spotlight

Former NBN 4 Weekday Program Schedule (' 07 -'08)

November 29, 2010 at 12:20pm

5:30 - 6:30 AM Teldyaryo: The Final Edition (Replay)6:30 - 9:00 AM The Morning Show
Later

5:00 - 6:00 AM Teledyaryo: The Final Edition (Replay)

6:00 - 8:00 AM One Morning

8:00 - 9:00 AM The Morning Show

9:00 - 10:00 AM Teledyaryo Alas-9

10:00 - 11:00 AM Teldyaryo Business

11:00 AM - 12:00 NN Serbisyo Muna

12:00 NN - 1:00 PM Teledyaryo ng Bayan

1:00 - 2:00 PM Damayan

2:00 - 3:00 PM Teledyaryo Panlalawigan

3:00 - 4:00 PM Teledyaryo Alas-3

4:00 - 5:30 PM Teledyaryo Sports, atbp.

5:30 - 6:00 PM Diyos Ko, Mahal Mo Ba Sila?

6:00 - 7:00 PM Primetime Teledyaryo

7:00 - 9:00 PM and until 8 PM on Wednesday Tinig ng Bayan

8:00 - 9:00 PM on Wednesday The Final Say... Cha-Cha

9:00 - 9:15 PM Philippine Lotto Draw

9:15 - 11:00 PM and 9:15 - 10:00 PM on Monday and Wednesday Teledyaryo: The Final Edition

10:00 - 11:00 PM on Monday Dial M and Replay on Wednesday


11:00 PM - 12:00 MN Pilipinas Online Bantay OCW with Susan K.

12:00 MN - 1:00 AM Teledyaryo Business (Replay)

1:00 - 2:00 AM Primetime Teledyaryo (Replay)

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Pinoy Nostalgia http://oldqchannel11programschedule.blogspot.com/

November 29, 2010 at 12:21pm Like

QTV 11/Q Channel 11 Program Schedule from 2005-2008

November 29, 2010 at 12:25pm

MONDAY-FRIDAY

8 AM > PIRLIMPIMPIM - Brazilian series9 AM > HEIDI -anime9:30 AM > JACKIE & JILL -anime10
AM > LOVE HINA -anime10:30 AM > QTV GEMS - old GMA Telesine collections12
NN > BALITANGHALI (Pia Arcangel and Raffy Tima)12:30 PM > TOAST (M-F 12:30 PM) -
Chinovela (Huang Chia, Li Kang Yi, Lee Wei, Niu Cheng Ze )1 PM > WISH UPON A STAR -
Koreanovela (Ahn Jae Wok, Cha In Pyo, Choi Jin Sil)2 PM > HEAVEN'S COINS - J-Dorama (Sakai
Noriko, Osawa Takao and Takenouchi Yutaka)3 PM > ENDLESS CHRISTMAS Mexicanovela
(Fernando Colunga)3:30 PM > MARIANA ) Mexicanovela (Alejandra Barros, Jorge Salinas)4
PM > CABECITA - Argentinian Drama (Agustina Cherri, Alejo Ortiz)4:30 PM> MMS: MY MUSIC
STATION - (VJ Raymond Gutierrez)5:30 PM > MOMS - (Lani Mercado and Sherilyn
Reyes)6:30PM > GOLDEN BOWL - J-Dorama (Takeshi Kaneshiro, Kuroki)Hitomi7PM > STAR -
Chinovela (Wallace Huo)7:30PM > LAUGH TO LAUGH... ANG KULIT!- gag show (jaboom twins,
ryan yllana)9PM > ALL IN Koreanovela (Song Hye Kyo, Lee Byun Hung, Ji-sung)9:30PM > NEWS
ON Q (Rhea Santos and Ivan Mayrina)11 PM > GROUPEE TV12 MN > ADYENDA (MONDAY &
FRIDAY)DIYOS AT BAYAN (TUESDAY)JESUS THE HEALER (WEDNESDAY)

8 PM
MONDAY > H30: HA HA HA OVER (Jose, Wally, Sugar Mercado and Gladys
Guevarra)TUESDAY > MY GUARDIAN ABBY (Nadine Samonte, Pauleen
Luna)WEDNESDAY > PUSONG WAGI (Tessie Tomas)THURSDAY > O, MARE KO (Lorna
Tolentino, Sandy Andolong, Amy Austria and Gina Alajar)FRIDAY > GANDA NG LOLA KO! (Camille
Prats, Kirby de Jesus, Gloria Sevilla, Bella Flores and Baby O'Brien)

10 PM

MONDAY > LIGA NG KABABAIHAN (Lyn Ching, Suzi Entrata and Atty. Gaby
Concepcion)TUESDAY > SANA'Y MULING MAKAPILING (Jessica Soho)WEDNESDAY > BALIK-
BAYAN (Drew Arellano)THURSDAY > WOMEN'S DESK (Rhea Santos)FRIDAY > LOVELIFE (Love
Anover)

SATURDAYS

8 AM > PIRLIMPIMPIM - Brazilian series9 AM > HEIDI -anime9:30 AM > JACKIE & JILL -
anime10AM > LET'S GET AWW! (Aira, Johlan and Cheche of sexbomb girls)11AM > KA-TOQUE
(lutong barkada)12 NN > BALITANGHALI (Pia Arcangel and Raffy Tima)12:30 PM > SHOW KO!
ANG PASIKLABAN NG BAYAN(Ethel Booba)1 PM > GININTUANG TELON (movie)3PM > 3R
(Respect, Relax, Respond) (Bettina Carlos, Reema Chanco & Bianca King)4PM > CANDIES (Inah
Estrada, Alynna Asistio and Winwyn Marquez)5PM > FAM JAM (Francis M and Maxene
Magalona)6PM > FANS KITA (Rainier Castillo, Yasmien Kurdi, Megan Young, Benj Punzalan, Ailyn
Luna, Christian Esteban)7PM > AY, ROBOT! (Ogie Alcasid, Ryza cenon, Sam bumatay, Eunice
Lagusad, Tanya Garcia, CJ muere)8PM > DAY OFF (Carmina Villaruel & Mike "Pekto" Nacua)9
PM > SABADO SHOWDOWN (i have no idea kng ano ito), di kaya ito yung show ni jay-r?)11
PM > MINT: MUSIC INTERACTIVE12 MN > DIYOS AT BAYAN
SUNDAYS

8 AM > PIRLIMPIMPIM - Brazilian series9 AM > HEIDI -anime9:30 AM > JACKIE & JILL -
anime10AM > GANDANG RICKY REYES (Ricky Reyes)11AM > RX MEN12NN > AT YOUR
SERVICE STAR POWER (Iza Calzado)1 PM > GININTUANG
TELON (movie)3PM > BAYWALK (romance-drama miniseries)4PM > JOAN OF ARCADIA -
american drama (Amber Tamblyn, Jason Ritter, Joe Mantegna, Mary Steenburgen, Michael
Welch)5PM > GINANG FASHIONISTA (Melanie Marquez)6PM > ANG PINAKA... (Pia
Guanio)7PM > POPSTAR KIDS (Kyla)8PM > MAY TRABAHO KA(Paolo Abrera and Mariz
Umali)9PM > SUNDAY SUPER SINE (movie)11 PM > MINT: MUSIC INTERACTIVE12 MN > JESUS
THE HEALER

early to mid '06

Weekdays

08:00 - 09:00 AM Pirlimpimpim09:00 - 09:30 AM Heidi09:30 - 10:00 AM Jackie And Jill10:00 -


10:30 AM Love Hina10:30 - 12:00 PM QTV Gems12:00 - 12:30 PM Balitanghali12:30 - 01:00
PM Toast01:00 - 02:00 PM A Wish Upon A Star02:00 - 03:00 PM Heaven's Coins03:00 - 03:30
PM Endless Christmas (Navidad Sin Fin)03:30 - 04:00 PM Mariana (Sin Pecado
Concebido)04:00 - 04:30 PM Cabecita04:30 - 05:30 PM MMS (My Music Station)05:30 - 06:30
PM Moms06:30 - 07:00 PM Golden Bowl07:00 - 07:30 PM Star07:30 - 08:00 PM Laugh To
Laugh: Ang Kulit08:00 PM - 09:00 PM H30: Ha Ha Ha Over (Monday)My Guardian Abby
(Tuesday)Now Na! (Wednesday)O Mare Ko (Thursday)Ganda ng Lola Ko! (Friday)09:00 PM -
09:30 PM All In09:30 PM - 10:00 PM News on Q10:00 PM - 11:00 PM Liga ng Kababaihan
(Monday)Sana'y Muling Makapiling (Tuesday)Balik-Bayan (Wednesday)Women's Desk
(Thursday)Love Life (Friday)11:00 PM - 12:00 MN Groupee TV12:00 MN Adyenda (Monday &
Friday)Diyos at Bayan (Tuesday)Jesus the Healer (Wednesday)

Saturday

08:00 - 09:00 AM Pirlimpimpim09:00 - 09:30 AM Heidi09:30 - 10:00 AM Jackie And Jill10:00 -


11:00 AM Let's Get Aww!11:00 - 12:00 PM Ka-Toque12:00 - 12:30 PM Balitanghali12:30 - 01:00
PM Show Ko01:00 - 03:00 PM Ginintuang Telon03:00 - 04:00 PM 3R04:00 - 05:00
PM Candies05:00 - 06:00 PM Fam Jam (KB)06:00 - 07:00 PM Fans Kita07:00 - 08:00 PM Ay,
Robot!08:00 - 09:00 PM Day-Off09:00 - 11:00 PM Sabado Showdown11:00 - 12:00 AM Mint
(Music Interactive)

Sunday

08:00 - 09:00 AM Pirlimpimpim09:00 - 09:30 AM Heidi09:30 - 10:00 AM Jackie And Jill10:00 -


11:00 AM Gandang Ricky Reyes11:00 - 12:00 PM RX Men12:00 - 01:00 PM At Your Service (Star
Power)01:00 - 03:00 PM Ginintuang Telon03:00 - 04:00 PM Baywalk04:00 - 05:00 PM Joan Of
Arcadia05:00 - 06:00 PM Bongga Ka Star06:00 - 07:00 PM Ang Pinaka...07:00 - 08:00
PM Popstar Kids08:00 - 09:00 PM May Trabaho Ka09:00 - 11:00 PM Sunday Super Sine11:00 -
12:00 AM Mint (Music Interactive)

mid '06

Weekdays

06:00 - 06:30 AM News on Q (Replay)06:30 - 07:00 AM Hapinas07:00 - 07:30 AM Men in


Black (The Series) 07:30 - 08:00 AM Dragon Tales Season 2 08:00 - 08:30 AM Hamtaro08:30 -
09:00 AM Wizard of Oz 09:00 - 09:30 AM Honey Honey 09:30 - 10:00 AM Last Exile 10:00 - 10:30
AM DN Angel 10:30 - 11:00 AM Sorcerer Orphen11:00 - 12:00 AM Over the Green Fields 12:00 -
12:30 PM Balitanghali12:30 - 01:00 PM Show Ko (later replaced by Sapulso)01:00 - 02:30
PM QTV Gems 02:30 - 03:30 PM Ikaw Lang ang Mamahalin 03:30 - 04:00 PM Scrapped
Princess04:00 PM - 04:30 PM Anime05:30 - 06:30 PM Moms06:30 - 07:00 PM Magic Ring 07:00
- 07:30 PM Irene07:30 - 08:00 PM Noel08:00 - 08:30 PM Project 11 (later replaced by Takeshi's
Castle)08:30 PM - 09:30 PM H30: Ha Ha Ha Over (Monday)My Guardian Abby (Tuesday)Now
Na! (Wednesday)O Mare Ko (Thursday)Ganda ng Lola Ko! (Friday)09:30 - 10:00 PM News on
Q10:00 - 11:00 PM Liga ng Kababaihan (Monday)Sana'y Muling Makapiling (Tuesday)Balik-
Bayan (Wednesday)Women's Desk (Thursday)Love Life (Friday)11:00 - 11:30
PM Irene (Replay)11:30 - 12:00 MN Over the Green Fileds (Replay)12:00 MN Adyenda (Monday &
Friday)Midnight Prayer Helps (Tuesday)PJM Forum (Wednesday)12:30 AM TO 12:45 AM and 12:00
MN TO 12:15 AM for THURSDAY LEGAL FORUM

Saturday

07:00 - 07:30 AM Men in Black: The Series 07:30 - 08:00 AM Bush Baby 08:00 - 08:30
AM Hamtaro08:30 - 09:00 AM Wizard of Oz 09:00 - 09:30 AM Honey-Honey 09:30 - 10:00
AM Last Exile 10:00 - 10:30 AM DN Angel 10:30 - 11:00 AM Sorcerer Orphen11:00 - 12:00
AM Ka-Toque12:00 - 12:30 PM Balitanghali12:30 - 01:00 PM Show Ko 01:00 - 03:00
PM Ginintuang Telon03:00 - 04:00 PM Lois and Clark 04:00 - 05:00 PM Kaleido Star 05:00 -
06:00 PM Posh06:00 - 07:00 PM Fans Kita 07:00 - 08:00 PM Ay, Robot! 08:00 - 09:00 PM Day
Off 09:00 - 11:00 PM Sabado Showdown11:00 - 12:00 MN Groupee TV 12:00 - 01:00 AM Diyos
at Bayan

Sunday

07:00 - 07:30 AM Men in Black: The Series 07:30 - 08:00 AM Bush Baby 08:00 - 08:30
AM Hamtaro08:30 - 09:00 AM Wizard of Oz 09:00 - 09:30 AM Honey-Honey 09:30 - 10:00
AM Last Exile10:00 - 11:00 AM Gandang Ricky Reyes11:00 - 12:00 PM RX Men12:00 - 01:00
PM At Your Service (Star Power)01:00 - 03:00 PM Ginintuang Telon03:00 - 04:00 PM Lois and
Clark04:00 - 05:00 PM Joan of Arcadia05:00 - 06:00 PM Bongga Ka Star06:00 - 07:00 PM Ang
Pinaka...07:00 - 08:00 PM Popstar Kids08:00 - 09:00 PM May Trabaho Ka09:00 - 11:00
PM Sunday Super Sine11:00 - 12:00 AM Groupee TV12:00 - 1:00 AM Jesus the Healer

late '06<p> </p><p> </p>Weekdays<p> </p>08:00 - 08:30 AM Hapinas08:30 - 09:00 AM Extreme


Ghostbusters 09:00 - 09:30 AM Martin Mystery09:30 - 10:00 AM Care Bears 10:00 - 10:30
AM Heidi10:30 - 11:00 AM Ah! My Godess11:00 - 12:00 AM Hi Fly 12:00 - 12:30
PM Balitanghali12:30 - 01:30 PM Ikaw Lang Ang Mamahalin (later replaced by Extra Challenge
Reloaded)01:30 - 02:15 PM Beauty and the Beast02:15 - 03:00 PM Always the Two of Us 03:00 -
03:30 PM Shaman King03:30 - 04:00 PM Battle B-Daman 04:00 - 04:30 PM Bb Daman
Bakugaiden 04:30 - 05:30 PM MMS (My Music Station)05:30 - 06:30 PM Moms06:30 - 07:10
PM Phoenix07:10 - 07:55 PM Irene07:55 - 08:40 PM Sorry I Love You08:40 - 9:40 PM H30: Ha
Ha Ha Over (Monday)Na-Scam Ka Na Ba? (later replaced by Extreme Makeover)
(Tuesday)Now Na! (Wednesday)O Mare Ko (Thursday)Ganda ng Lola Ko! (Friday)09:40 - 10:10
PM News on Q10:10 - 11:10 PMSapulso (Monday)Sana'y Muling Makapiling (Tuesday)Balik-
Bayan (Wednesday)Women's Desk (Thursday)Love Life (Friday)11:10 - 11:35
PM Irene (Replay)11:35 - 12:00 MN The 700 Club Asia12:00 MN Adyenda (Monday &
Friday)Midnight Prayer Helps (Tuesday)PJM Forum (Wednesday)Hapinas (Replay) (Thursday)12:30
AM TO 12:45 AM LEGAL FORUM

Saturday

08:00 - 08:30 AM Cartoon08:30 - 09:00 AM Extreme Ghostbusters 09:00 - 09:30 AM Martin


Mystery09:30 - 10:00 AM Care Bears 10:00 - 10:30 AM Heidi10:30 - 11:00 AM Ah! My
Godess11:00 - 12:00 AM Ka-Toque12:00 - 12:30 PM Balitanghali12:30 - 1:00 PM Extra Challenge
Reloaded1:00 - 3:00 PM Ginintuang Telon03:00 - 04:00 PM Lois and Clark 04:00 - 05:00
PM Kaleido Star / Galaxy Angel / Elemental Gerad05:00 - 06:00 PM Posh06:00 - 07:00 PM Fans
Kita 07:00 - 08:00 PM Ay, Robot! 08:00 - 09:00 PM Day Off 09:00 - 11:00 PM Sabado
Showdown11:00 - 12:00 MN Moby Dick12:00 - 01:00 AM Diyos at Bayan

Sunday

08:00 - 08:30 AM Cartoon08:30 - 09:00 AM Extreme Ghostbusters 09:00 - 09:30 AM Martin


Mystery09:30 - 10:00 AM Care Bears10:00 - 11:00 AM Gandang Ricky Reyes11:00 - 12:00
PM RX Men12:00 - 01:00 PM At Your Service (Star Power)01:00 - 03:00 PM Ginintuang
Telon03:00 - 04:00 PM Lois and Clark04:00 - 05:00 PM Kaleido Star / Galaxy Angel / Elemental
Gerad05:00 - 06:00 PM Dahil sa iyong Paglisan06:00 - 07:00 PM Ang Pinaka...07:00 - 08:00
PM Popstar Kids08:00 - 09:00 PM May Trabaho Ka09:00 - 11:00 PM Sunday Super Sine11:00 -
12:00 AM Moby Dick12:00 - 1:00 AM Jesus the Healer
early to mid '07

Weekdays

08:00 - 08:30 AM Hapinas08:30 - 09:00 AM Legend of the Dragon09:00 - 09:30 AM Faireez09:30


- 10:00 AM Daddy Long Legs 10:00 - 10:30 AM Absolute Boy 10:30 - 11:00 AM Those Who Hunt
Elves11:00 - 12:00 NN Love in Three Colors 12:00 - 12:45 PM Balitanghali12:45 - 01:45
PM Habang Kapiling Ka 01:45 - 02:25 PM Crying Out Love02:25 - 03:00 PM Pawnshop No.
8 03:00 - 03:30 PM Amdriver03:30 - 04:00 PM Hikaru No Go 04:00 - 04:30 PM The Prince of
Tennis 04:30 - 05:30 PM MMS (Music Mo Sikat)05:30 - 06:30 PM Moms06:30 - 07:05 PM Sad
Love Song 07:05 - 07:55 PM Irene07:55 - 08:40 PM Emperor of the Sea08:40 - 09:40 PM H30:
Ha Ha Ha Over (Monday)Extreme Makeover (Tuesday)The Ricky Lo Exclusives (Wednesday)O
Mare Ko (Thursday)Ganda ng Lola Ko! (Friday)09:40 - 10:10 PM News on Q10:10 - 11:10
PMSapulso (Monday)Sana'y Muling Makapiling (Tuesday)Balik-Bayan (Wednesday)Women's
Desk (Thursday)Love Life (Friday)11:10 - 11:30 PM Irene (Replay)11:30 - 12:00 MN The 700 Club
Asia12:00 MN Adyenda (Monday & Friday)Midnight Prayer Helps (Tuesday)PJM Forum
(Wednesday)Hapinas (Replay) (Thursday)12:30 AM TO 12:45 AM LEGAL FORUM

Saturday

08:00 - 08:30 AM Care Bears 08:30 - 09:00 AM Prudence Investigations09:00 - 09:30


AM Sabrina: The Animated Series 09:30 - 10:00 AM Grimm's Fairy Tales 10:00 - 10:30
AM Haruka10:30 - 11:00 AM Sorcerer Orphen Revenge 11:00 - 12:00 AM Ka-Toque12:00 - 12:30
PM Balitanghali12:30 - 01:00 PM Extra Challenge Reloaded01:00 - 02:00 PM Beach Boys 02:00
- 03:00 PM Reaching for the Stars 03:00 - 04:00 PM Lois and Clark 04:00 - 05:00 PM Elementar
Gerad / Tsubasa05:00 - 06:00 PM Posh06:00 - 07:00 PM The Return of Wonder Woman 07:00 -
08:00 PM Ay, Robot!08:00 - 09:00 PM Day Off 09:00 - 11:00 PM Sabado Showdown11:00 - 12:00
MN The Final Cut 12:00 - 01:00 AM Diyos at Bayan

Sunday<p> </p>08:00 - 08:30 AM Poochini08:30 - 09:00 AM Tom and Jerry Tales09:00 - 09:30
AM Men in Black09:30 - 10:00 AM Daddy Long Legs 10:00 - 11:00 AM Gandang Ricky
Reyes11:00 - 12:00 NN RX Men 12:00 - 01:00 PM At Your Service (Star Power)01:00 - 02:00
PM Beach Boys 02:00 - 03:00 PM Reaching for the Stars 03:00 - 04:00 PM Lois and Clark 04:00
- 05:00 PM Tsubasa05:00 - 06:00 PM Dahil sa iyong Paglisan 06:00 - 07:00 PM Ang
Pinaka... 07:00 - 08:00 PM Pop Star Kids 08:00 - 09:00 PM May Trabaho Ka 09:00 - 11:00
PM Sunday Super Sine 11:00 - 12:00 MN Moby Dick 12:00 - 01:00 AM Jesus the
Healer<p> </p><p> </p>mid '07 (as Q Channel 11)<p> </p>Weekdays<p> </p>8:00 - 8:30 AM
Hapinas8:30 - 11:00 AM Cartoons (with Camera Cafe at 10 am)11:00 - 11:30 AM
Anastacia11:30 AM - 12:00 NN Camila12:00 - 12:45 PM Balitanghali12:45 - 1:45 PM Mouse
Loves Rice (later replaced by Sounds of Colors, Green Forest and A Rosy Life)1:45 - 1:50 PM
Camera Cafe1:50 - 2:30 PM Love of the Condor Heroes2:30 - 3:00 PM Burning Heaven (later
replaced by Express Boy) 03:00 - 03:30 PM The Slayers (later replaced by Otogi Zoshi)03:30 -
04:00 PM Burst Angel04:00 - 04:30 PM Rockman.EXE (later replaced by
Rockman.EXE Axess)04:30 - 05:30 PM Batman05:30 - 06:30 PM Moms06:30 - 07:30 PM The
Sweet Life07:30 - 08:00 PM Love Contract (later replaced by City of Sky, Stairway to Heaven and
Hello, God)08:00 - 08:30 PM All About Eve Rewind08:30 - 09:30 PM H30: Ha Ha Ha Over
(Monday)Extreme Makeover (Tuesday)The Ricky Lo Exclusives (Wednesday)Here Comes the
Bride (Thursday)Stars on Ice (later replaced by Are You Smater than a 5th Grader)
(Friday)09:30 - 10:00 PM News on Q10:00 - 11:00 PM Sapulso (Monday)Sana'y Muling
Makapiling (Tuesday)RX Men (Wednesday)Women's Desk (Thursday)Balik-Bayan
(Friday)11:00 - 11:30 PM April Kisses Rewind 11:30 PM - 12:00 MN Hi-Fly Rewind12:00 - 12:30 AM
Adyenda (Monday & Friday)Midnight Prayer Helps (Tuesday)PJM Forum (Wednesday)Hapinas
(Replay) (Thursday)12:30 AM TO 12:45 AM LEGAL FORUM

Saturday

8:00 - 10:00 AM Cartoons10:00 - 11:00 AM Kids on Q11:00 - 12:00 AM Ka-Toque12:00 - 1:00


PM Balitanghali1:00 - 2:30 PM Beach Boys (later replaced by Super Rookie and Makeover
Beauty)2:30 - 4:00 PM Reaching for the Star4:00 - 5:30 PM Guardian Angel5:30 - 6:30 PM
Living It Up6:30 - 7:00 PM Masigasig7:00 - 8:00 PM Ay! Robot8:00 - 9:00 PM Day Off9:00 -
11:00 PM Sabado Showdown11:00 - 12:00 MN The Final Cut 12:00 - 01:00 AM Diyos at
BayanSunday8:00 - 10:00 AM Cartoons10:00 - 11:00 AM Gandang Ricky Reyes11:00 AM - 1:00
PM At Your Service Starpower1:00 - 2:30 PM Beach Boys (later replaced by Super Rookie and
Makeover Beauty)2:30 - 4:00 PM Reaching for the Star4:00 - 5:00 PM Guardian Angel05:00 -
06:00 PM Dahil sa iyong Paglisan 06:00 - 07:00 PM Ang Pinaka... 07:00 - 08:00 PM Pop Star
Kids 08:00 - 09:00 PM May Trabaho Ka 09:00 - 11:00 PM Sunday Super Sine 11:00 - 12:00
MN Last Exile12:00 - 01:00 AM Jesus the Healer
late '07

Weekdays

8:00 - 8:30 AM Hapinas8:30 - 10:00 AM Cartoons10:00 - 10:05 AM Camera Cafe10:05 - 10:30 AM


The Snow Queen10:30 - 11:00 AM Those Who Hunt Elves11:00 - 11:30 AM Anastacia11:30 AM
- 12:00 NN Camila12:00 - 1:00 PM Balitanghali1:00 - 1:55 PM A Rosy Life (later replaced by
Love Story of a Star and Frog Prince. Later, FP moved to 3:30 pm and also later replaced by
Elemental Gerad at 1pm and Hikaru No Go at 1:30 pm)1:55 - 2:00 PM Camera Cafe2:00 PM -
2:30 PM Love of the Condor Heroes (later replaced by Top of the Forbidden City)2:30 - 3:00
PM Farewell to Sorrow (later replaced by Sunrise)3:00 - 3:30 PM Kung Fu Soccer (later
replaced by Love of the Condor Heroes)3:30 - 4:30 PM Frog Prince4:30 - 5:00 PM Heaven's
Tree5:00 - 5:30 PM Hongkong Express5:30 - 6:30 PM Moms6:30 - 7:30 PM The Sweet Life7:30 -
8:00 PM Fashion 70s8:00 - 8:30 PM Only You (later replaced by Single Again)8:30 - 9:30
PM Hollywood Boot Camp (Monday)Extreme Makeover (Tuesday)The Ricky Lo Exclusives
(Wednesday)Here Comes the Bride (Thursday)Last Woman Standing (Friday)9:30 - 10:00 PM
News on Q10:00 - 11:00 PM Sapulso (Monday)Sana'y Muling Makapiling (Tuesday)RX Men
(Wednesday)Women's Desk (Thursday)Balik-Bayan (Friday)11:00 - 11:30 PM The Good Night
Show with Jojo A. 11:30 PM - 12:00 MN The 700 Club Asia12:00 - 12:30 AM Adyenda (Monday &
Friday)Midnight Prayer Helps (Tuesday)PJM Forum (Wednesday)Hapinas (Replay) (Thursday)12:30
AM TO 12:45 AM LEGAL FORUM

Saturday

8:00 - 9:30 AM Cartoons9:30 - 10:00 AM Iba Na Ang Matalino: The Nutroplex Brain Challenge10:00
- 11:00 AM Kids on Q11:00 - 12:00 AM Ka-Toque12:00 - 12:45 PM Balitanghali12:45 - 1:15 PM
Michelle Simone's Entertains1:15 - 2:00 PM Makeover Beauty (later replaced by Stairway to
Heaven)2:00 - 3:00 PM Glass Shoes3:00 - 4:00 PM My MVP Valentine4:00 - 5:00 PM Mouse
Love Rice5:00 - 6:00 PM Love Story in Harvard6:00 - 7:00 PM Living It Up7:00 - 8:00 PM Ay!
Robot (later replaced by Planet Q)8:00 - 9:00 PM Day Off9:00 - 11:00 PM Sabado
Showdown11:00 PM - 12:00 MN Hot Seat12:00 - 1:00 AM Diyos at Bayan
Sunday<p> </p>8:00 - 10:00 AM Cartoons10:00 - 11:00 AM Gandang Ricky Reyes11:00 - 12:00
NN At Your Service Starpower (later replaced by Mga Waging Kuwento ng OFW)12:00 - 1:00 PM
Guardian Angel (later replaced by Sound of Colors)1:00 - 2:00 PM Makeover Beauty (later
replaced by Stairway to Heaven)2:00 - 3:00 PM Glass Shoes3:00 - 4:00 PM My MVP
Valentine4:00 - 5:00 PM Mouse Love Rice5:00 - 6:00 PM Love Story in Harvard6:00 - 7:00 PM
Ang Pinaka...7:00 - 8:00 PM Chef to Go8:00 - 9:00 PM May Trabaho Ka9:00 - 11:00 PM Sunday
Super Sine11:00 PM - 12:00 MN Review Philippins12:00 - 1:00 AM Jesus the
Healer<p> </p><p> </p>early '08<p> </p><p> </p>Weekdays<p> </p>8:00 - 8:30 AM
Hapinas8:30 - 10:30 AM Cartoons (with Camera Cafe from 10 - 10:05 am)10:30 - 11:00 AM
Pichi Pitchi Pitch11:00 - 12:00 NN House Husband (later replaced by Foxy Lady!, Silence and
Unforgettable Affection)12:00 - 1:00 PM Balitanghali1:00 - 1:30 PM Otogi Zoshi (later replaced
by Saiyuki)1:30 - 1:55 PM Battle B-Daman1:55 - 2:00 PM Camera Cafe2:00 - 2:30 PM Love of
the Condor Heroes2:30 - 3:00 PM Kung Fu Soccer (later replaced by My MVP Valentine)3:00 -
3:30 PM Into The Sun3:30 - 4:00 PM Sunrise (later replaced by Love Story in Harvard)4:00 -
4:30 PM Hello, God4:30 - 5:00 PM Makeover Beauty5:00 - 6:00 PM Moms6:00 - 7:00 PM The
Sweet Life (Monday, Tuesday & Friday)American Idol (Live via Satellite) (Wednesday &
Thursday)7:00 - 8:00 PM The Debutante (Monday)Secret Lovers (Tuesday)The Sweet Life
(Wednesday & Thursday)Proudly Filipina (Friday)8:00 PM - 8:05 PM Camera Cafe8:05 PM-
8:30 PM (Monday, Tuesday & Friday); 9:05 - 9:30 PM (Wednesday & Thursday) Rosalinda8:05
PM - 9:05 PM American Idol (Replay) (Wednesday & Thursday)8:30 - 9:30 PM One Proud
Mama (Monday)The Ricky Lo Exclusives (Tuesday)H20: Just Add Water (Friday)9:30 - 10:00
PM News on Q10:00 - 11:00 PM The Beat (Monday)Reunions (Tuesday)RX Men
(Wednesday)Draw the Line (Thursday)Balik-Bayan (Friday)11:00 - 11:30 PM The Good Night
Show with Jojo A. 11:30 PM - 12:00 MN The 700 Club Asia12:00 - 12:30 AM Adyenda (Monday &
Friday)Midnight Prayer Helps (Tuesday)PJM Forum (Wednesday)Hapinas (Replay) (Thursday)12:30
AM TO 12:45 AM LEGAL FORUM

Saturday

8:00 - 9:30 AM Cartoons9:30 - 10:00 AM Halika10:00 - 11:00 AM Kids on Q11:00 - 12:00 AM Ka-
Toque12:00 - 12:45 PM Balitanghali12:45 - 2:00 PM Sound of Colors (later replaced by Tree of
Heaven)2:00 - 3:00 PM Green Forest3:00 - 4:00 PM Lavender4:00 - 5:00 PM Super Monkey
Adventures (later replaced by Twin Spica)5:00 - 6:00 PM Twin Spica (later transferred to 4 pm
to give way to the American Idol Replay)6:00 - 7:00 PM Living It Up7:00 - 8:00 PM Planet's
Funniest Animals8:00 - 9:00 PM Day Off9:00 - 11:00 PM Sabado Showdown11:00 PM - 12:00
MN Otogi Zoshi (later replaced by Super Monkey Adventures)12:00 MN - 1:00 AM Diyos at
Bayan
Sunday<p> </p>8:00 - 10:00 AM Cartoons10:00 - 11:00 AM Gandang Ricky Reyes11:00 AM -
12:00 NN Single Again12:00 NN - 2:00 PM Sound of Colors (later replaced by Tree of
Heaven)2:00 - 3:00 PM Green Forest3:00 - 4:00 PM Lavender4:00 - 5:00 PM Twin Spica5:00 -
6:00 PM American Idol (Replay)6:00 - 7:00 PM Ang Pinaka...7:00 - 8:00 PM Chef to Go8:00 -
9:00 PM Hired!9:00 - 11:00 PM Sunday Super Sine11:00 PM -12:00 MN Otogi Zoshi (later
replaced by Super Monkey Adventures)12:00 MN - 1:00 AM Jesus the Healer<p> </p>mid
'08<p> </p><p> </p>Weekdays<p> </p><p> </p>8:00 - 10:00 am Cartoons10:00 - 10:05 am
Camera Cafe10:05 - 10:30 am Lady! Lady!10:30 - 11:00 am Yucie (later replaced by Cardcaptor
Sakura)11:00 am - 11:55 am Unforgettable Affection11:55 am - 12:00 nn Camera Cafe12:00 nn
- 1:00 pm Balitanghali1:00 - 1:30 pm The Prince of Tennis1:30 - 1:45 pm Yawara!1:45 - 1:50 pm
Camera Cafe1:50 - 2:30 pm Jumong2:30 - 3:00 pm Fashion 70s3:00 - 3:30 pm Love in
Heaven3:30 - 4:00 pm Summer Beach4:00 - 4:50 pm Meteor Garden4:50 - 5:00 pm
Quickfire5:00 - 6:00 pm Moms6:00 - 6:10 pm Quickfire6:10 - 7:15 pm The Sweet Life7:15 - 7:25
pm Quickfire7:25 - 8:25 pm The Debutante (Monday)Fit & Fab (Tuesday)Living It Up
(Wednesday)Are You Smarter Than a 5th Grader? (Thursday)Proudly Filipina (Friday)8:25 -
8:30 pm Camera Cafe8:30 - 9:30 pm Rondo (Monday)The Ricky Lo Exclusives (Tuesday)The
Cut (Wednesday)Marina (Thursday)H2O: Just Add Water (Friday)9:30 - 10:00 pm News on
Q10:00 - 11:00 PM The Beat (Monday)Reunions (Tuesday)One Proud Mama (Wednesday)Draw
the Line (Thursday)Balik-Bayan (Friday)11:00 - 11:05 PM Camera Cafe11:05 - 11:30 PM The
Good Night Show with Jojo A. 11:30 PM - 12:00 MN The 700 Club Asia12:00 - 12:30 AM Adyenda
(Monday & Friday)Midnight Prayer Helps (Tuesday)PJM Forum (Wednesday)12:30 - 12:45 AM
(Monday-Wednesday and Friday); 12:00 - 12:15 AM (Thursday) LEGAL FORUM

Saturday

8:00 - 8:30 AM Go Negosyo Bigtime8:30 - 10:00 AM Cartoons10:00 - 11:00 AM Kids on Q11:00 -


12:00 AM Ka-Toque12:00 - 12:45 PM Balitanghali12:45 - 1:15 PM House Husband1:15 - 2:00 PM
Love Truly2:00 - 3:00 PM Frog Prince3:00 - 4:00 PM Couple or Trouble (later replaced by
Lovers in Prague)4:00 - 5:00 PM Hana Yori Dango5:00 - 6:00 PM Just Joking!6:00 - 7:00 PM
Prehistoric Park7:00 - 8:00 PM Planet's Funniest Animals8:00 - 9:00 PM Day Off9:00 - 9:10 PM
Quickfire9:10 - 11:00 PM Sabado Showdown11:00 PM - 12:00 MN Super Monkey Adventures12:00
MN - 1:00 AM Diyos at Bayan

Sunday<p> </p>8:00 - 8:30 AM Go Negosyo Bigtime8:30 - 9:30 AM Cartoons9:30 - 10:00 AM


Philippine Explorer10:00 - 11:00 AM Gandang Ricky Reyes11:00 AM - 12:00 NN Single Again (later
replaced by Gokusen 2)12:00 NN - 1:00 PM House Husband1:00 - 2:00 PM Love Truly2:00 - 3:00
PM Frog Prince3:00 - 4:00 PM Couple or Trouble (later replaced by Lovers in Prague)4:00 -
5:00 PM Hana Yori Dango5:00 - 6:00 PM Just Joking!6:00 - 7:00 PM Ang Pinaka...7:00 - 8:00
PM Chef to Go8:00 - 9:00 PM Hired!9:00 - 9:10 PM Quickfire9:10 - 11:00 PM Sunday Super
Sine11:00 PM - 12:00 MN Super Monkey Adventures12:00 MN - 1:00 AM Jesus the
Healer<p> </p><p> </p>late '08<p> </p>Weekdays<p> </p>8:00 - 10:00 am Cartoons10:00 -
10:05 am Camera Cafe10:05 - 10:30 am Prince Mackaroo (later replaced by Cardcaptor
Sakura)10:30 - 10:40 am Quickfire10:40 - 11:10 am My Melody (later replaced by Marina)11:10
- 11:45 am My Fair Princess11:45 - 11:50 am Camera Cafe11:50 am - 12:00 nn Quickfire12:00
nn - 1:00 pm Balitanghali1:00 - 3:00 pm (Monday-Wednesday); 1:00 - 4:00 pm (Thursday) &
1:00 - 2:00 pm and 3:00 - 4:00 pm (Friday) Q Matinees2:00 - 3:00 pm Survivor: Tocantins (Live
via Satellite) (Friday)3:00 - 3:30 pm The Prince of Tennis (Monday-Wednesday)3:30 - 4:00 pm
Yawara! (Monday-Wednesday)4:00 - 4:30 pm A Promise of Love at the Dolphin Bay (later
replaced by Typhoon in that Summer and later replaced by Homes with Style)4:30 - 5:00 pm
Golden Apple (later replaced by Fashion Police)5:00 - 6:00 pm Moms6:00 - 6:10 pm
Quickfire6:10 - 7:15 pm The Sweet Life7:15 - 7:25 pm Quickfire7:25 - 8:25 pm House Life
(Monday)Fit & Fab (Tuesday)Living It Up (Wednesday)Are You Smarter Than a 5th Grader?
(Thursday)Survivor: Tocantins (Friday)8:25 - 8:30 pm Camera Cafe8:30 - 9:30 pm Identity
(Monday)The Ricky Lo Exclusives (Tuesday)Power of 10 (Wednesday)Amnesia
(Thursday)H2O: Just Add Water (Friday)9:30 - 10:00 pm News on Q10:00 - 11:00 PM The Beat
(Monday)Reunions (Tuesday)One Proud Mama (Wednesday)Draw the Line (Thursday)Balik-
Bayan (Friday) 11:00 - 11:30 PM The 700 Club Asia11:30 - 11:35 PM Camera Cafe11:35 PM -
12:00 MN World's Funniest Videos (Replay)12:00 - 12:30 AM Adyenda (Monday & Friday)Midnight
Prayer Helps (Tuesday)PJM Forum (Wednesday)12:30 - 12:45 AM (Monday-Wednesday and Friday);
12:00 - 12:15 AM (Thursday) LEGAL FORUM

Saturday

8:00 - 8:30 AM Go Negosyo Bigtime8:30 - 10:00 AM Cartoons10:00 - 11:00 AM Kids on Q11:00 -


12:00 AM Ka-Toque12:00 - 12:45 PM Balitanghali12:45 - 4:45 PM Q Matinees4:45 - 6:00 PM Just
Joking!6:00 - 7:00 PM Prehistoric Park7:00 - 8:00 PM Planet's Funniest Animals8:00 - 9:00 PM
Day Off9:00 - 9:10 PM Quickfire9:10 - 11:00 PM Sabado Showdown11:00 PM - 12:00 MN Super
Monkey Adventures12:00 MN - 1:00 AM Diyos at Bayan

Sunday<p> </p>8:00 - 8:30 AM Go Negosyo Bigtime8:30 - 9:30 AM Cartoons9:30 - 10:00 AM


Philippine Explorer10:00 - 11:00 AM Gandang Ricky Reyes11:00 AM - 12:00 NN Jumong12:00 NN -
1:00 PM Love in Heaven1:00 - 5:00 PM Q Matinees5:00 - 5:30 PM Just Joking!5:30 - 6:00 PM
World's Funniest Videos6:00 - 7:00 PM Ang Pinaka...7:00 - 8:00 PM Chef to Go8:00 - 9:00 PM
Hired!9:00 - 9:10 PM Quickfire9:10 - 11:00 PM Sunday Super Sine11:00 PM - 12:00 MN Super
Monkey Adventures12:00 MN - 1:00 AM Jesus the Healer

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Old ABS-CBN Program Schedule (from 2005-2006)

November 29, 2010 at 12:28pm

KUMIKITANG KABUHAYANTime: 05:00 AM - 05:15 AMDuration: 15 minutesCategory:


LifestyleHost: Alex Santos

MAGANDANG UMAGA, PILIPINASTime: 05:15 AM - 08:30 AMDuration: 3 hrs. & 15


mins.Category: News & Public AffairsHost: Julius Babao

MADELINETime: 08:30 AM - 09:00 AMDuration: 30 minutesCategory: Educational


THE FAIRY TALERTime: 09:00 AM - 09:30 AMDuration: 30 minutesCategory: Educational
FantasyHost: Hans Christian Anderson

BEY BLADETime: 09:30 AM - 10:00 AMDuration: 30 minutesCategory: Action Anime

THE 101ST PROPOSAL Time: 10:00 AM - 10:30 AMDuration: 30 minutesCategory: Romance


DramaCast: Choi Ji Woo

HOME BOYTime: 10:30 AM - 11:30 AMDuration: 1 hourCategory: TalkHost: Boy Abunda

RUBITime: 11:30 AM - 12:00 NNDuration: 30 minutesCategory: DramaCast: Barbara Mori


PILIPINAS, GAME KNB?Time: 12:00 NN - 12:50 PMDuration: 50 minutesCategory: GameHost:
Kris Aquino

WOWOWEETime: 12:50 PM - 02:40 PMDuration: 1 hr. & 50 mins.Category: GameHost: Willie


Revillame

KAPAMILYA CINEMATime: 02:40 PM - 04:00 PMDuration: 1 hr. & 20 mins.Category: Special

PASION DE AMORTime: 04:00 PM - 04:30 PMDuration: 30 minutesCategory: Romance


DramaCast: Mario Cimarro

LITTLE AMYTime: 04:30 PM - 05:00 PMDuration: 30 minutesCategory: DramaCast: Danna Paola

MR. BEANTime: 05:00 PM - 05:30 PMDuration: 30 minutesCategory: Comedy Anime


NARUTOTime: 05:30 PM - 06:00 PMDuration: 30 minutesCategory: Action Anime

METEOR GARDEN Season 2Time: 06:00 PM - 06:30 PMDuration: 30 minutesCategory: Romance


DramaCast: Barbie Xiu

TV PATROL WORLDTime: 06:30 PM - 07:30 PMDuration: 1 hourCategory: NewsHost: Karen Davila

MGA ANGHEL NAWALANG LANGITTime: 07:30 PM - 08:00 PMDuration: 35 minutesCategory:


DramaCast: Myles Ocampo

IKAW ANG LAHAT SA AKINTime: 08:05 PM - 08:35 PMDuration: 30 minutesCategory: Romance


DramaCast: Claudine Barretto
KAMPANERANG KUBATime: 08:35 PM - 09:20 PMDuration: 45 minutesCategory: Fantasy
DramaCast: Anne Curtis

PINOY BIG BROTHERTime: 09:20 PM - 10:00 PMDuration: 40 minutesCategory: RealityHost: Toni


Gonzaga

GREEN ROSETime: 10:00 PM - 10:30 PMDuration: 30 minutesCategory: Romance DramaCast: Ko


Soo

OK FINE, TO ANG GUSTO NYO! (MONDAY)Time: 10:30 PM - 11:30 PMDuration: 1 hourCategory:


ComedyCast: Aga Muhlach

BORA (TUESDAY)Time: 10:30 PM - 11:30 PMDuration: 1 hourCategory: ComedyCast: Piolo


Pascual
YES YES SHOW (WEDNESDAY)Time: 10:30 PM - 11:30 PMDuration: 1 hourCategory: Comedy
GagCast: Vhong Navarro

MAALAALA MO KAYA (THURSDAY)Time: 10:30 PM - 12:00 MNDuration: 1 hr. & 30


mins.Category: Real Life DramaHost: Charo Santos-Concio

24 Season 3 (FRIDAY)Time: 10:30 PM - 11:30 PMDuration: 1 hourCategory: Action DramaCast:


Kiefer Sutherland

INSIDERTime: 11:30 PM - 12:00 MN & 12:00 MN - 12:30 AM ON THURSDAYDuration: 30


minutesCategory: NewsHost: Ricardo 'Dong' Puno
THE CORRESPONDENTS (MONDAY)Time: 12:00 MN - 01:00 AMDuration: 1 hourCategory:
Current AffairsHost: Abner Mercado

PIPOL (TUESDAY)Time: 12:00 MN - 01:00 AMDuration: 1 hourCategory: Current AffairsHost: Ces


Orea-Drilon

KONTROBERSYAL (WEDNESDAY)Time: 12:00 MN - 01:00 AMDuration: 1 hourCategory: Current


AffairsHost: Boy Abunda

PROBE (THURSDAY)Time: 12:30 AM - 01:30 AMDuration: 1 hourCategory: Public AffairsHost:


Che-Che Lazaro

PRIVATE I (FRIDAY)Time: 12:00 MN - 01:00 AMDuration: 1 hourCategory: Public AffairsHost: Gus


Abelgas
PINOY BIG BROTHER Up LateTime: 01:00 AM - 01:30 AM & 01:30 AM - 02:00 AM ON
THURSDAYDuration: 30 minutesCategory: RealityHost: Marielle Rodriguez

THE 700 CLUBTime: 01:30 AM - 02:00 AM & 02:00 AM - 02:30 AM ON THURSDAYDuration: 30


minutesCategory: SpecialHost: Pat Robertson

ONE CUBED (FRIDAY)Time: 01:30 AM - 02:00 AMDuration: 30 minutesCategory: SpecialHost:


Mish

Saturday

SALAMAT DOKTime: 05:45 AM - 07:00 AMDuration: 1 hr. & 15 mins.Category: Health


OrientedHost: Cheryl Cosim
BEAR IN THEBIG BLUE HOUSETime: 07:00 AM - 07:30 AMDuration: 30 minutesCategory:
Educational

INCREDIBLE STORY STUDIOTime: 07:30 AM - 08:00 AMDuration: 30 minutesCategory:


Educational FantasyHost: Camille Devine

RAGNAROK, THE ANIMATIONTime: 08:00 AM - 08:30 AMDuration: 30 minutesCategory: Action


Anime

POWER RANGERS,WILD FORCETime: 08:30 AM - 09:00 AMDuration: 30 minutesCategory:


Action Fantasy

ART JAMTime: 09:00 AM - 09:30 AMDuration: 30 minutesCategory: EducationalHost: Epi Quizon


ANGELIC LAYERTime: 09:30 AM - 10:00 AMDuration: 30 minutesCategory: Action Anime

TOTALLY SPIESTime: 10:00 AM - 10:30 AMDuration: 30 minutesCategory: Teen Anime

FRUIT BASKETTime: 10:30 AM - 11:00 AMDuration: 30 minutesCategory: Teen Romance Anime

SAVE THE LASTDANCE FOR ME RewindTime: 11:00 AM - 12:00 NNDuration: 1 hourCategory:


Romance DramaCast: Kim Eugene

PILIPINAS, GAME KNB?Time: 12:00 NN - 12:50 PMDuration: 50 minutesCategory: GameHost:


Kris Aquino
WOWOWEETime: 12:50 PM - 03:00 PMDuration: 2 hrs. & 10 mins.Category: GameHost: Willie
Revillame

ENTERTAINMENT KONEKTime: 03:00 PM - 04:30 PMDuration: 1 hr & 30 mins.Category: Showbiz


Oriented TalkHost: Ogie Diaz

CLOSE UP TO FAMETime: 04:30 PM - 05:30 PMDuration: 1 hourCategory: Reality SearchHost:


Heart Evangelista

NGINIIIG! Year 2Time: 05:30 PM - 06:30 PMDuration: 1 hourCategory: Real Life Horror DramaHost:
Maja Salvador

MY JUAN AND ONLYTime: 06:30 PM - 07:20 PMDuration: 50 minutesCategory: ComedyCast: Ai Ai


delas Alas
QUIZON AVENUETime: 07:20 PM - 08:15 PMDuration: 55 minutesCategory: Comedy GagCast:
Dolphy

PINOY BIG BROTHERTime: 08:15 PM - 09:00 PMDuration: 45 minutesCategory: RealityHost: Toni


Gonzaga

TV PATROL WORLDTime: 09:00 PM - 09:45 PMDuration: 45 minutesCategory: NewsHost: Henry


Omaga-Diaz

MAGANDANG GABI, BAYANTime: 09:45 PM - 10:45 PMDuration: 1 hourCategory: Current


AffairsHost: Erwin Tulfo

SABADO MOVIE GREATSTime: 10:45 PM - 12:30 AMDuration: 1 hr. & 45 mins.Category: Special
SPORTS UNLIMITTEDTime: 12:30 AM - 01:15 AMDuration: 45 minutesCategory: Sports
OrientedHost: Dianne Castilejo-Garcia

Sunday

SALAMAT DOKTime: 05:45 AM - 07:00 AMDuration: 1 hr. & 15 mins.Category: Health


OrientedHost: Cheryl Cosim

SUNDAY TV MASSTime: 07:00 AM - 08:00 AMDuration: 1 hourCategory: Special

CINEMA CINEMA CINEMATime: 08:00 AM - 08:30 AMDuration: 30 minutesCategory: Special


SANRIO WORLD OF ANIMATIONTime: 08:30 AM - 09:00 AMDuration: 30 minutesCategory:
Educational Anime

POWER RANGERS,NINJA STORMTime: 09:00 AM - 09:30 AMDuration: 30 minutesCategory:


Action Fantasy

WINX CLUBTime: 09:30 AM - 10:00 AMDuration: 30 minutesCategory: Teen Anime

AT HOME KA DITOTime: 10:00 AM - 11:00 AMDuration: 1 hourCategory: Lifestyle TalkHost:


Charlene Gonzales

PERFECT MOMENTS Season 2Time: 11:00 AM - 11:30 AMDuration: 30 minutesCategory: Women


OrientedHost: Jodi Sta. Maria
SAVE THE LASTDANCE FOR ME RewindTime: 11:30 AM - 12:00 NNDuration: 30
minutesCategory: Romance DramaCast: Kim Eugene

ASAP 05Time: 12:00 NN - 02:25 PMDuration: 2 hrs. & 25 mins.Category: Musical VarietyHost: Gary
Valenciano

FANATIC ALL STARTime: 02:25 PM - 03:15 PMDuration: 50 minutesCategory: Musical Teen


VarietyHost: John Prats

QPIDSTime: 03:15 PM - 04:15 PMDuration: 1 hourCategory: Reality SearchHost: Luis Manzano

THE BUZZTime: 04:15 PM - 06:00 PMDuration: 1 hr. & 45 mins.Category: Showbiz Oriented
TalkHost: Boy Abunda
GOIN BULILITTime: 06:00 PM - 07:00 PMDuration: 1 hourCategory: Comedy Kiddie GagCast: John
Manalo

SEARCH FOR THESTAR IN A MILLION Season 2Time: 07:00 PM - 08:15 PMDuration: 1 hr. & 15
mins.Category: Star SearchHost: Erik Santos

PINOY BIG BROTHERTime: 08:15 PM - 09:00 PMDuration: 45 minutesCategory: RealityHost: Toni


Gonzaga

RATED K, HANDA NA BA KAYO?Time: 09:00 PM - 10:00 PMDuration: 1 hourCategory: Magazine


TalkHost: Korina Sanchez

TV PATROL WORLDTime: 10:00 PM - 10:45 PMDuration: 45 minutesCategory: NewsHost: Henry


Omaga-Diaz
SUNDAY FAMILY CINEMATime: 10:45 PM - 12:45 AMDuration: 2 hoursCategory: Special

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Old ABS-CBN Program Schedule 2

November 29, 2010 at 12:31pm

(from mid and late 2006)

MONDAY - FRIDAY5:15 AM - Magandang Umaga Pilipinas8:30 AM - Kabuhayang Swak na


Swak9:00 AM - Mr. Bean Live9:10 AM - Power Rangers9:40 AM - Wansapanataym10:40 AM - Home
Boy11:40 AM - Pilipinas Game KNB?12:40 PM - Wowowee3:00 PM - Kapamilya Cinema4:30 PM -
Inocente de Ti5:10 PM - Beet The Vandel Buster5:35 PM - Naruto6:00 PM - Pangako Sa'Yo6:30 PM
- TV Patrol World7:40 PM - Kapamilya Deal or No Deal8:20 PM - Super Inggo9:00 PM - Maging Sino
Ka ManMon-Thu9:45 PM - Pinoy Dream Academy10:30 PM - Crazy For You11:00 PM -
BandilaFriday9:30 PM - Maalaala Mo Kaya11:00 PM - Pinoy Dream Academy11:30 PM Mon - Real
Pinoy FighterTue - The CorrespondentsWed - ProbeThu - SocoFri - Bandila12:00 MN - Mirada de
Mujer12:45 AM - PDA Uplate

SATURDAY6:00 AM - Salamat Dok7:00 AM - Cartoons7:30 AM - Cartoons8:00 AM - Cartoons8:30


AM - Basta Sports9:00 AM - Cartoons9:30 AM - Inu Yasha10:00 AM - Memories of Bali10:45 AM - It
Started with a Kiss11:30 AM - Pilipinas Game KNB?12:30 PM - Wowowee3:00 PM - Nagmamahal
Kapamilya4:00 PM - Let's Go5:00 PM - Star Magic Presents6:00 PM - TV Patrol Sabado6:45 PM -
Komiks: Pedro Penduko7:45 PM - John en Shirley8:45 PM - XXX9:35 PM - PDA Expulsion
Night11:15 PM - Aalog Alog12:00 MN - Sports Unlimitted
SUNDAY6:00 AM - Salamat Dok7:00 AM - Sunday TV Mass8:00 AM - Cartoons8:30 AM -
Cartoons9:00 AM - Cartoons9:30 AM - Cartoons10:00 AM - Cartoons10:30 AM - At Home Ka
Dito11:15 AM - It Started with a Kiss11:45 AM - ASAP 062:30 PM - Your Song3:15 PM - Love
Spell4:00 PM - The Buzz6:00 PM - TV Patrol Linggo6:45 PM - Goin Bulilit7:45 PM - Rated K8:45 PM
- Sharon9:45 PM - PDA Probation Night10:30 PM - Sunday's Best12:30 AM - Urban Zone

(early '08)

Weekdays

4:30 - 5:15 AM Replay of Current Affairs programs5:15 - 8:30 AM Umagang Kay Ganda8:30 - 10:30
AM World Masterpiece Theater (Rerun)10:30 - 11:30 AM Boy & Kris11:30 AM - 12:30 PM Pilipinas,
Game KNB?12:30 PM - 3:00 PM Wowowee3:00 PM - 3:30 PM Prinsesa ng Banyera3:30 PM - 4:00
PM Zorro: The Sword and the Rose4:00 PM - 6:00 PM Pinoy Movie Hits6:00 PM - 6:30 PM Wheel of
Fortune: Philippine Edition6:30 PM - 7:30 PM TV Patrol World7:30 PM - 8:10 PM Lastikman8:10 PM
- 9:00 PM Sineserye Presents: The Susan Roces Cinema Collection: Patayin sa Sindak si
Barbara9:00 PM - 9:45 PM Maging Sino Ka Man: Ang Pagbabalik9:45 PM - 10:30 PM Ysabella10:30
PM - 11:00 PM Spring Waltz11:00 PM - 11:30 PM Bandila11:30 PM - 12:30 AM Noypi, Ikaw Ba 'To?
(Monday)The Correspondents (Tuesday)Probe (Wednesday)S.O.C.O. (Thursday)12:30 AM - 1:30
AM Games Uplate Live

Friday:

10:30 PM - 12:00 MN Maalaala Mo Kaya12:00 MN - 12:30 AM Bandila12:30 AM - 1:30 AM Trip na


Trip1:30 - 2:30 AM Games Uplate Live

Saturday
6:00 - 7:00 AM Salamat Dok7:00 - 7:30 AM Kabuhayang Swak na Swak7:30 - 7:50 AM Hello Kitty
Furry Tale Theater7:50 - 8:10 AM Sirit8:10 - 8:35 AM American Dragon Jake Long8:35 - 9:00 AM Air
Gear9:00 - 9:30 AM Eureka Seven9:30 - 10:00 AM School Rumble10:00 - 11:00 AM Star Magic
Presents: Abt ur Luv (Ur Lyf 2) (later replaced by Star Magic Presents: Astigs)11:00 AM - 12:00 NN
Pilipinas, Game KNB?12:00 NN - 3:00 PM Wowowee3:00 - 4:00 PM Entertainment Live4:00 - 6:00
PM Cinema FPJ: Da King on ABS-CBN6:00 - 8:00 PM Sabado Movie Specials8:00 - 9:00 PM 1 vs.
1009:00 - 9:30 PM TV Patrol Sabado9:30 - 10:30 PM XXX: Exklusibong, Explosibong, Expose10:30
- 11:15 PM Sports Unlimited11:15 PM - 12:15 AM Games Uplate Live

Sunday

6:00 - 7:00 AM Sunday TV Mass: The Healing Eucharist7:00 - 8:00 AM Salamat Dok8:00 - 8:30 AM
Kabuhayang Swak na Swak8:30 - 9:00 AM Air Gear9:00 - 9:30 AM Eureka Seven9:30 - 10:00 AM
School Rumble10:00 - 11:00 AM Princess Hours: One More Time11:00 - 11:45 AM Ka-Pete Na!
Totally Outrageous Behavior11:45 AM - 2:00 PM ASAP '082:00 - 3:00 PM Your Song Presents3:00 -
4:00 PM Love Spell4:00 - 6:15 PM The Buzz6:15 - 6:45 PM TV Patrol Linggo6:45 - 7:45 PM Rated
K7:45 - 8:30 PM Goin' Bulilit8:30 - 9:30 PM Sharon9:30 - 10:15 PM That's My Doc10:15 PM - 12:15
AM Sunday's Best12:15 AM - 12:45 AM Urban Zone

Later

Weekdays

4:30 - 5:15 AM Replay of Current Affairs programs5:15 - 8:30 AM Umagang Kay Ganda8:30 - 9:00
AM World Masterpiece Theater (Rerun)9:00 - 9:30 AM Shuriken School9:30 - 10:30 AM World
Masterpiece Theater (Rerun)10:30 - 11:30 AM Boy & Kris11:30 AM - 12:30 PM Pilipinas, Game
KNB?12:30 PM - 3:00 PM Wowowee3:00 PM - 3:45 PM Prinsesa ng Banyera3:45 - 5:30 PM Pinoy
Movie Hits5:30 - 6:00 PM Naruto Shippuden6:00 PM - 6:30 PM Wheel of Fortune: Philippine
Edition6:30 PM - 7:30 PM TV Patrol World7:30 PM - 8:15 PM Kung Fu Kids8:15 PM - 9:00 PM
Lobo9:00 PM - 9:45 PM Palos9:45 PM - 10:30 PM Maging Sino Ka Man: Ang Pagbabalik10:30 PM -
11:00 PM Marrying a Millionaire11:00 PM - 11:30 PM Bandila11:30 PM - 12:30 AM Noypi, Ikaw Ba
'To? (Monday)The Correspondents (Tuesday)Probe (Wednesday)S.O.C.O. (Thursday)12:30 AM -
1:30 AM Games Uplate Live

Friday:

10:30 PM - 12:00 MN Maalaala Mo Kaya12:00 MN - 12:30 AM Bandila12:30 AM - 1:30 AM Trip na


Trip1:30 - 2:30 AM Games Uplate Live

Saturday

6:00 - 7:00 AM Salamat Dok7:00 - 7:30 AM Kabuhayang Swak na Swak7:30 - 7:50 AM Wanted:
Perfect Husband7:50 - 8:10 AM Sirit8:10 - 8:35 AM American Dragon Jake Long8:35 - 9:00 AM Air
Gear9:00 - 9:30 AM Eureka Seven9:30 - 10:00 AM School Rumble10:00 - 11:00 AM Star Magic
Presents: Astigs11:00 AM - 12:00 NN Pilipinas, Game KNB?12:00 NN - 3:00 PM Wowowee3:00 -
4:00 PM Entertainment Live4:00 - 6:00 PM Cinema FPJ: Da King on ABS-CBN6:00 - 7:00 PM
Volta7:00 - 8:00 PM 1 vs. 1008:00 - 8:30 PM TV Patrol Sabado8:30 - 9:30 PM XXX: Exklusibong,
Explosibong, Expose9:30 - 10:00 PM Del Monte Fit n' Right Got 2B Fit Challenge10:00 PM - 12:00
MN Sabado Movie Specials12:00 - 12:30 AM Sports Unlimited12:30 - 1:30 AM Games Uplate Live

Sunday

6:00 - 7:00 AM Sunday TV Mass: The Healing Eucharist7:00 - 8:00 AM Salamat Dok8:00 - 8:30 AM
Kabuhayang Swak na Swak8:30 - 9:00 AM Air Gear9:00 - 9:30 AM Eureka Seven9:30 - 10:00 AM
School Rumble10:00 - 11:00 AM Princess Hours: One More Time11:00 - 11:45 AM Ka-Pete Na!
Totally Outrageous Behavior11:45 AM - 2:00 PM ASAP '082:00 - 3:00 PM Your Song Presents3:00 -
4:00 PM Love Spell4:00 - 6:15 PM The Buzz6:15 - 6:45 PM TV Patrol Linggo6:45 - 7:45 PM Rated
K7:45 - 8:30 PM Goin' Bulilit8:30 - 9:30 PM Sharon9:30 - 10:15 PM That's My Doc10:15 PM - 12:15
AM Sunday's Best12:15 AM - 12:45 AM Urban Zone

(mid '08)

Weekdays

4:30 - 5:15 AM Replay of Current Affairs programs5:15 - 8:30 AM Umagang Kay Ganda8:30 - 9:00
AM Digimon Frontier (later replaced by Digimon Savers)9:00 - 10:00 AM World Masterpiece Theater
(Rerun)10:00 - 10:30 AM Marina: The Director's Cut (later replaced by Super Inggo: The Director's
Cut)10:30 - 11:30 AM Boy & Kris11:30 AM - 12:30 PM Pilipinas, Game KNB?12:30 PM - 3:00 PM
Wowowee3:00 PM - 3:45 PM Prinsesa ng Banyera3:45 PM - 4:15 PM El Cuerpo del Deseo4:15 -
5:00 PM Hana Kimi: The Original5:00 - 5:30 PM Naruto Shippuden (later replaced by Naruto: The
Greatest Battles)5:30 - 6:00 PM Pinoy Big Brother: Teen Edition Plus Uber6:00 PM - 6:30 PM Wheel
of Fortune: Philippine Edition6:30 PM - 7:30 PM TV Patrol World7:30 PM - 8:15 PM The Singing
Bee8:15 PM - 9:05 PM Lobo9:05 PM - 10:05 PM Pinoy Big Brother Teen Edition Plus10:05 - 11:00
PM Lovers11:00 PM - 11:30 PM Bandila11:30 PM - 12:30 AM Matanglawin (Monday)The
Correspondents (Tuesday)Probe (Wednesday)S.O.C.O. (Thursday)12:30 AM - 1:30 AM Games
Uplate Live

Friday:

10:05 PM - 11:35 PM Maalaala Mo Kaya11:35 PM - 12:05 AM Bandila12:05 AM - 1:05 AM Trip na


Trip1:05 - 2:05 AM Games Uplate Live

Saturday
6:00 - 7:00 AM Salamat Dok7:00 - 7:30 AM Kabuhayang Swak na Swak7:30 - 7:50 AM Wanted:
Perfect Husband7:50 - 8:10 AM Sirit8:10 - 8:35 AM American Dragon Jake Long8:35 - 9:00 AM Air
Gear9:00 - 9:30 AM Eureka Seven9:30 - 10:00 AM School Rumble 210:00 - 11:00 AM Star Magic
Presents: Astigs (later replaced by Love Spell)11:00 AM - 12:00 NN Pilipinas, Game KNB?12:00 NN
- 3:00 PM Wowowee3:00 - 4:00 PM Entertainment Live4:00 - 6:00 PM Cinema FPJ: Da King on
ABS-CBN6:00 -7:00 PM 1 vs. 1007:00 - 8:00 PM I Am KC

Later

6:00 - 6:45 PM That's My Doc6:45 - 7:45 PM Komiks Presents: Mars Ravelo's Kapitan Boom

7:45 - 9:00 PM Pinoy Big Brother Teen Edition Plus9:00 - 9:45 PM TV Patrol Sabado9:45 - 10:45 PM
XXX: Exklusibong, Explosibong, Expose10:45 - 11:30 PM Sports Unlimited11:30 PM - 12:30 AM
Games Uplate Live

Sunday

6:00 - 7:00 AM Sunday TV Mass: The Healing Eucharist7:00 - 8:00 AM Salamat Dok8:00 - 8:30 AM
Kabuhayang Swak na Swak8:30 - 9:00 AM Air Gear9:00 - 9:30 AM Eureka Seven9:30 - 10:00 AM
School Rumble 210:00 - 11:00 AM Matanglawin11:00 - 11:45 AM Gaby's Extraordinary Files11:45
AM - 3:00 PM ASAP '083:00 - 4:00 PM Your Song Presents4:00 - 6:00 PM The Buzz6:00 - 7:00 PM
Rated K7:00 - 7:45 PM Goin' Bulilit7:45 - 8:45 PM Pinoy Big Brother Teen Edition Plus8:45 - 9:30 PM
Sharon9:30 - 10:00 PM TV Patrol Linggo10:00 PM - 12:00 MN Sunday's Best12:00 MN - 12:30 AM
Urban Zone

(late '08)

Weekdays
4:30 - 5:15 AM DZMM Teleradyo5:15 - 8:30 AM Umagang Kay Ganda8:30 - 9:00 AM Julio at
Julia9:00 - 9:30 AM Eyeshield 219:30 - 10:00 AM GetBackers10:00 - 10:30 AM Super Inggo: The
Director's Cut10:30 - 11:30 AM Boy & Kris11:30 AM - 12:30 PM Pilipinas, Game KNB?12:30 - 3:00
PM Wowowee

Later

4:30 - 5:15 AM DZMM Teleradyo5:15 - 8:30 AM Umagang Kay Ganda8:30 - 8:45 AM Mr. Bean: The
Animated Series8:45 - 9:15 AM Naruto (Season 1)9:15 - 9:45 AM Power Rangers Mystic Force9:45 -
10:15 AM Super Inggo: The Director's Cut (later replaced by Lastikman: The Elastic Edition)10:15 -
11:15 AM Boy & Kris11:15 AM - 12:15 PM Pilipinas, Game KNB?12:15 PM - 2:30 PM Wowowee2:30
- 3:00 PM Pare Koy

3:00 PM - 3:45 PM Ligaw ng Bulaklak (later replaced by Pieta, later until 3:30 PM)3:45 PM - 4:15 PM
El Cuerpo del Deseo (later replaced by La Traicion, later at 3:30 PM to 4:15 PM)4:15 - 4:45 PM Las
Tontas (later replaced by Zoids: Genesis)4:45 - 5:15 PM Romantic Princess5:15 - 6:00 PM Pinoy
Dream Academy Season 2 Uberture

Later

4:45 - 5:15 PM Basketball Tribe (later replaced by Naruto Shippuden rerun and Mr. Bean Live)5:15 -
6:00 PM They Kiss Again (It Started with a Kiss 2) (later replaced by Why Why Love and
Mischievous Princess)

6:00 PM - 6:30 PM Kapamilya, Deal or No Deal6:30 PM - 7:30 PM TV Patrol World7:30 PM - 8:15


PM The Singing Bee8:15 PM - 9:00 PM Dyosa9:00 PM - 9:45 PM Iisa Pa Lamang9:45 - 10:30 PM
My Girl10:30 - 11:00 PM Pinoy Dream Academy Season 2
Later

6:00 PM - 6:30 PM Kapamilya, Deal or No Deal6:30 PM - 7:50 PM TV Patrol World7:50 - 8:30 PM


Dyosa8:30 - 9:00 PM I Love Betty La Fea9:00 - 9:45 PM Iisa Pa Lamang (later replaced by Eva
Fonda)9:45 - 10:30 PM Kahit Isang Saglit (later replaced by Pinoy Fear Factor)10:30 - 11:00 PM
Precious Time

11:00 PM - 11:30 PM Bandila11:30 PM - 12:30 AM Harapan (later replaced by Kalye: Mga Kuwento
ng Lansangan) (Monday)The Correspondents (Tuesday)Probe (Wednesday)S.O.C.O.
(Thursday)12:30 AM - 1:30 AM Games Uplate Live

Friday:

10:30 PM - 12:00 MN Daboy on ABS-CBN12:00 MN - 12:30 AM Bandila12:30 - 1:30 AM Trip na


Trip1:30 - 2:30 AM Games Uplate Live

Saturday

6:00 - 7:00 AM Salamat Dok7:00 - 7:30 AM Kabuhayang Swak na Swak7:30 - 8:00 AM Wanted:
Perfect Husband8:00 - 8:15 AM Busog Lusog8:15 - 8:45 AM American Dragon Jake Long8:45 - 9:15
AM Skyland9:15 - 9:45 AM Fantastic Four9:45 - 10:15 AM Wonder Mom10:15 - 10:45 AM Palmolive
Shining Circle of 10

Later
9:45 - 10:45 AM Wonder Mom

10:45 - 11:45 AM Pilipinas, Game KNB?11:45 AM - 3:00 PM Wowowee3:00 - 4:00 PM


Entertainment Live4:00 - 6:00 PM Cinema FPJ: Da King on ABS-CBN6:00 - 6:45 PM That's My
Doc6:45 - 7:45 PM Komiks Presents: Varga7:45 - 9:15 PM Pinoy Dream Academy Season 29:15 -
10:30 PM Maalaala Mo Kaya10:30 - 11:30 PM XXX: Exklusibong, Explosibong, Expose11:30 PM -
12:00 MN TV Patrol Sabado12:00 MN - 12:40 AM Sports Unlimited12:40 - 1:40 AM Games Uplate
Live

Later

6:00 - 7:00 PM The Singing Bee (Season 2) (later transferred to 7PM)7:00 - 8:00 PM Komiks
Presents: Tiny Tony (later replaced by Komiks Presents: Dragonna) (later transferred to 6PM)8:00 -
9:30 PM Maalaala Mo Kaya9:30 - 10:30 PM Banana Split10:30 - 11:30 PM XXX: Exklusibong,
Explosibong, Expose11:30 PM - 12:00 MN TV Patrol Sabado12:00 MN - 12:40 AM Sports
Unlimited12:40 - 1:40 AM Games Uplate Live

Sunday

6:00 - 7:00 AM Sunday TV Mass: The Healing Eucharist7:00 - 7:30 AM Kabuhayang Swak na
Swak7:30 - 8:30 AM Salamat Dok8:30 - 9:00 AM Skyland9:00 - 9:30 AM Fantastic Four9:30 - 10:00
AM Wonder Mom

Later
8:30 - 9:00 AM Winx Club9:00 AM - 9:30 AM Skyland9:30 - 10:00 AM Fantastic Four

10:00 - 11:00 AM Bakbakan11:00 - 11:45 AM Matanglawin11:45 AM - 3:00 PM ASAP '083:00 - 4:00


PM Your Song Presents4:00 - 6:00 PM The Buzz6:00 - 7:00 PM Rated K7:00 - 7:45 PM Goin'
Bulilit7:45 - 8:45 PM Pinoy Dream Academy

Later

6:00 - 7:00 PM The Singing Bee (later transferred to 6:45 PM)7:00 - 7:45 PM Goin' Bulilit (later
transferred to 6PM)7:45 - 8:45 PM Rated K

8:45 - 9:30 PM Sharon9:30 - 10:00 PM TV Patrol Linggo10:00 PM - 12:00 MN Sunday's Best12:00


MN - 12:30 AM Urban Zone

Old GMA Channel 7 Program Schedule

November 29, 2010 at 12:36pm

(early '07)

Weekdays

04:30 AM - Replays of Public affairs programs05:15 AM - Unang Hirit08:30 AM - Cartoons10:30 AM


- SiS11:30 AM - Yellow Handkerchief12:00 NN - Eat Bulaga!02:30 PM - Daisy Siete03:30 PM -
Makita Ka Lang Muli (later replaced by Muli and transferred to 4PM)04:00 PM - Princess Charming
(later transferred to 3:30 PM)04:30 PM - Full House Rewind05:00 PM - Animes06:00 PM - Jewel in
the Palace: By Popular Demand06:30 PM - 24 Oras08:00 PM - Asian Treasures08:45 PM -
Atlantika09:30 PM - Bakekang10:00 PM - Jumong10:30 PM - Starstruck (Season 4)11:00 PM -
Lagot Ka, Isusumbong Kita (Monday)Bahay Mo Ba 'To? (Tuesday)Nuts Entertainment
(Wednesday)Magpakailanman (Thursday)Bubble Gang (Friday)12:00 MN & 12:30 AM on Friday -
Saksi12:30 AM - I-Witness (Monday)Reporter's Notebook (Tuesday)Palaban (Wednesday)100%
Pinoy (Thursday)1:00 AM on Friday - Emergency

Saturday

05:00 AM - PJM Forum05:30 AM - Adyenda06:00 AM - Kapwa Ko, Mahal Ko06:30 AM - Chrono


Crusade07:00 AM - Gransazers08:00 AM - Dragonball Z08:30 AM - Art Angel09:00 AM- Battle B-
Daman09:30 AM - Rockman.EXE10:00 AM - Lovely Day10:30 AM - Maynila11:30 AM - Takeshi's
Castle12:00 NN - Eat Bulaga!2:30 PM - Startalk4:00 PM - Wish Ko Lang!5:00 PM - Kapuso Movie
Festival7:00 PM - Pinoy Pop Superstar8:00 PM - Bitoy's Funniest Videos9:00 PM - Kapuso Mo,
Jessica Soho10:00 PM - Imbestigador11:00 PM - HP: Ibang Level Na!12:00 MN - Showbiz
Stripped12:30 AM - GMA Flash Report Special Edition1:00 AM - Master Showman Presents

Sunday

5:00 AM - Ecclesia in Asia6:00 AM - Jesus the Healer7:00 AM - Gransazers8:00 AM - Dragonball


Z9:00 AM - Battle B-Daman9:30 AM - Rockman.EXE10:00 AM - Fullmetal Alchemist10:30 AM - Kay
Susan Tayo!11:30 AM - Takeshi's Castle12:00 NN - SOP Rules2:30 PM - Kapuso Movie Festival /
Magic Kamison4:30 PM - S-Files6:00 PM - Ang Mahiwagang Baul / Mga Kuwento ni Lola
Basyang7:00 PM - Starstruck (Season 4)8:00 PM -Mel & Joey9:00 PM - All Star K!10:00 PM - Daddy
Di Do Du11:00 PM - Sunday Night Box Office (SNBO)12:30 AM - GMA Flash Report Special
Edition1:00 AM - Diyos at Bayan

(mid '07)
Weekdays

04:30 AM - Replays of Public affairs programs05:15 AM - Unang Hirit08:30 AM - Cartoons10:30 AM


- SiS11:30 AM - Love in Heaven12:00 NN - Eat Bulaga!02:30 PM - Daisy Siete03:30 PM -
Sinenovela Presents: Sinasamba Kita04:00 PM - Muli (later replaced by Sinenovela Presents: Pati
Ba Pintig ng Puso)04:30 PM - Love Truly (later replaced by Lovers in Prague and Foxy Lady)05:00
PM - Slamdunk05:30 PM - Bleach06:00 PM - Gokusen 2 (later replaced by Hana Yori Dango: Live
Action Series)06:30 PM - 24 Oras08:00 PM - Asian Treasures08:45 PM - Super Twins09:30 PM -
Lupin10:15 PM - Jumong11:00 PM - Who's Your Daddy Now? (Monday)Bahay Mo Ba 'To?
(Tuesday)Nuts Entertainment (Wednesday)Magpakailanman (Thursday)Bubble Gang (Friday)12:00
MN & 12:30 AM on Friday - Saksi12:30 AM - I-Witness (Monday)Reporter's Notebook
(Tuesday)Palaban (Wednesday)100% Pinoy (Thursday)1:00 AM on Friday - Emergency

Saturday

05:00 AM - PJM Forum05:30 AM - Adyenda06:00 AM - Kapwa Ko, Mahal Ko06:30 AM - Anime07:00


AM - Gransazers08:00 AM - Dragonball Z08:30 AM - Art Angel09:00 AM- Battle B-Daman (later
replaced by Blazing Teens)09:30 AM - Rockman.EXE (later replaced by Masked Rider Blade)10:00
AM - Lovely Day10:30 AM - Maynila11:30 AM - Takeshi's Castle (later replaced by Just Joking!)12:00
NN - Eat Bulaga!2:30 PM - Startalk4:00 PM - Wish Ko Lang!5:00 PM - Kapuso Movie Festival7:00
PM - Pinoy Pop Superstar8:00 PM - Bitoy's Funniest Videos9:00 PM - Kapuso Mo, Jessica
Soho10:00 PM - Imbestigador11:00 PM - HP: To The Highest Level Na!11:50 PM - Sine Totoo12:30
AM - GMA Flash Report Special Edition1:00 AM - Walang Tulugan with the Master Showman

Sunday
5:00 AM - Ecclesia in Asia6:00 AM - Jesus the Healer7:00 AM - Gransazers8:00 AM - Dragonball
Z09:00 AM- Battle B-Daman (later replaced by Blazing Teens)09:30 AM - Rockman.EXE (later
replaced by Masked Rider Blade)10:00 AM - Fullmetal Alchemist10:30 AM - Kay Susan Tayo!11:15
AM - Takeshi's Castle (later replaced by Just Joking!)11:45 AM - SOP Rules3:00 PM - Magic
Kamison4:00 PM - Showbiz Central6:00 PM - Mga Kuwento ni Lola Basyang7:00 PM - Philippine
Agenda8:00 PM -Mel & Joey9:00 PM - All Star K!10:00 PM - Daddy Di Do Du11:00 PM - Sunday
Night Box Office (SNBO)12:30 AM - GMA Flash Report Special Edition1:00 AM - Diyos at Bayan

(late '07)

Weekdays

04:30 AM - Replays of Public affairs programs05:15 AM - Unang Hirit08:30 AM - Love in


Heaven09:00 AM - Cartoons10:30 AM - SiS11:30 AM - Takeshi's Castle12:00 NN - Eat Bulaga!02:30
PM - Daisy Siete03:30 PM - Sinenovela Presents: Kung Mahawi Man ang Ulap (later replaced by
Sinenovela Presents: My Only Love)04:00 PM - Sinenovela Presents: Pati Ba Pintig ng Puso (later
replaced by Sinenovela Presents: Pasan Ko ang Daigdig)04:30 PM - Couple or Trouble05:00 PM -
Slamdunk05:30 PM - Bleach06:00 PM - GTO Live (later replaced by Whammy! Push Your
Luck)06:30 PM - 24 Oras08:00 PM - Mga Mata ni Anghelita (later replaced by Kamandag and
transferred to 8:45 PM)08:45 PM - Impostora (later replaced by Zaido: Pulis Pangkalawakan and
transferred to 8PM)09:30 PM - Marimar10:00 PM and 10:15 PM on Thursday & Friday - Jumong
(later replaced by Hwang Jini)10:30 PM - Kung Ako Ikaw (Monday-Wednesday)11:00 PM -
Magpakailanman (Thursday)Bubble Gang (Friday)11:30 PM, 12:00 MN on Thursday & 12:30 AM on
Friday - Saksi12:00 MN - I-Witness (Monday)Reporter's Notebook (Tuesday)Born to be Wild
(Wednesday)12:30 AM - 100% Pinoy (Thursday)1:00 AM on Friday - Emergency

Saturday

05:00 AM - PJM Forum05:30 AM - Adyenda06:00 AM - Kapwa Ko, Mahal Ko06:30 AM - Zorori07:00


AM - Mix Master08:00 AM - Dragonball Z08:30 AM - Art Angel09:00 AM- Blazing Teens09:30 AM -
GPX Cyber Formula10:00 AM - Lovely Day10:30 AM - Maynila11:30 AM - Takeshi's Castle12:00 NN
- Eat Bulaga!2:30 PM - Startalk4:00 PM - Wish Ko Lang!5:00 PM - Pinoy Pop Superstar (later
replaced by Celebrity Duets: Philippine Edition)6:00 PM - Bitoy's Funniest Videos7:00 PM - Fantastic
Man8:00 PM - Kapuso Mo, Jessica Soho9:00 PM - Imbestigador10:00 PM - Nuts Entertainment
(Just 4 Play)11:50 PM - Sine Totoo12:45 AM - GMA Weekend Report1:00 AM - Walang Tulugan with
the Master Showman

Sunday

5:00 AM - Ecclesia in Asia6:00 AM - Jesus the Healer7:00 AM - Mix Master8:00 AM - Dragonball


Z9:00 AM - Blazing Teens9:30 AM - Knock Out10:00 AM - Cardcaptor Sakura10:30 AM - Kay Susan
Tayo!11:15 AM - Takeshi's Castle11:45 AM - SOP Rules2:30 PM - Coca-Cola Ride to Fame Yes! to
Your Dreams3:15 PM - Boys Nxt Door4:15 PM - Showbiz Central6:00 PM - Kap's Amazing
Stories6:45 PM - Tok! Tok! Tok! Isang Milyong Pasok8:00 PM -Mel & Joey9:00 PM - All Star K!10:00
PM - Fulhaus10:45 PM - Sunday Night Box Office (SNBO)12:45 AM - GMA Weekend Report1:00
AM - Diyos at Bayan

(early '08)

Weekdays

04:30 AM - Replays of Public affairs programs05:15 AM - Unang Hirit08:30 AM - Cartoons10:30 AM


- SiS11:30 AM - Takeshi's Castle12:00 NN - Eat Bulaga!02:30 PM - Daisy Siete03:30 PM -
Sinenovela Presents: Maging Akin Ka Lamang04:00 PM - Sinenovela Presents: Kaputol ng Isang
Awit04:30 PM - Come Back, Soon Ae05:00 PM - Initial D05:30 PM - Ghost Fighter06:00 PM - Hana
Yori Dango 206:30 PM - 24 Oras08:00 PM - Zaido: Pulis Pangkalawakan (later replaced by Joaquin
Bordado)08:45 PM - Kamandag09:30 PM - Marimar10:00 PM- La Vendetta10:30 PM - Coffee
Prince11:00 PM - Kung Ako Ikaw (Monday-Wednesday)E.S.P. (Thursday)Bubble Gang (Friday)12:00
MN & 12:30 AM on Friday - Saksi12:30 AM - I-Witness (Monday)Reporter's Notebook (Tuesday)Born
to be Wild (Wednesday)100% Pinoy (Thursday)1:00 AM on Friday - Emergency
Saturday

05:00 AM - PJM Forum05:30 AM - Adyenda06:00 AM - Kapwa Ko, Mahal Ko06:30 AM - Zorori07:00


AM - Mix Master08:00 AM - Dragonball Z08:30 AM - Art Angel09:00 AM- Blazing Teens09:30 AM -
GPX Cyber Formula10:00 AM - Lovely Day10:30 AM - Maynila11:30 AM - Takeshi's Castle12:00 NN
- Eat Bulaga!2:45 PM - Startalk5:00 PM - Wish Ko Lang!6:00 PM - Pinoy Records7:00 PM - Kakasa
Ka Ba sa Grade 5?8:00 PM - Bitoy's Funniest Videos9:00 PM - Kapuso Mo, Jessica Soho10:00 PM -
Imbestigador11:00 PM - Nuts Entertainment11:50 PM - Sine Totoo12:45 AM - GMA Weekend
Report1:00 AM - Walang Tulugan with the Master Showman

Sunday

5:00 AM - Ecclesia in Asia6:00 AM - Jesus the Healer7:00 AM - Mix Master8:00 AM - Dragonball


Z9:00 AM - Blazing Teens9:30 AM - Knock Out10:00 AM - Cardcaptor Sakura10:30 AM - Kay Susan
Tayo!11:15 AM - Takeshi's Castle11:45 AM - SOP Rules3:15 PM - Boys Nxt Door

Later

2:00 PM - Kapuso Sine Specials

4:15 PM - Showbiz Central6:00 PM - Kap's Amazing Stories6:45 PM - Tok! Tok! Tok! Isang Milyong
Pasok8:00 PM -Mel & Joey9:00 PM - All Star K!10:00 PM - Fulhaus10:45 PM - Sunday Night Box
Office (SNBO)12:45 AM - GMA Weekend Report1:00 AM - Diyos at Bayan

(mid '08)
Weekdays

04:30 AM - Replays of Public affairs programs05:15 AM - Unang Hirit08:30 AM - Cartoons10:30 AM


- SiS11:30 AM - Takeshi's Castle12:00 NN - Eat Bulaga!02:30 PM - Daisy Siete03:15 PM -
Sinenovela Presents: Maging Akin Ka Lamang03:50 PM - Sinenovela Presents: Kaputol ng Isang
Awit04:20 PM - Devil Beside Me (later transferred to 5PM)05:00 PM - Dating Now (later transferred
to 5:25 PM)05:25 PM - Ghost Fighter (later transferred to 4:20 PM)05:55 PM - Camera Cafe06:00
PM - Hana Kimi (Japanese Version) / GoBingo (Season 2)06:30 PM - 24 Oras08:00 PM - Joaquin
Bordado08:45 PM - Kamandag09:30 PM - Babangon Ako't Dudurugin Kita10:15 PM - Coffee Prince
(later replaced by The Legend)10:45 PM - Pinoy Idol Extra11:00 PM - Kung Ako Ikaw (Monday-
Wednesday)E.S.P. / Songbird / Nuts Entertainment (Thursday)Bubble Gang (Friday)12:00 MN &
12:30 AM on Friday - Saksi12:30 AM - I-Witness (Monday)Reporter's Notebook (Tuesday)Born to be
Wild (Wednesday)100% Pinoy (Thursday)1:00 AM on Friday - Emergency

Saturday

05:00 AM - PJM Forum05:30 AM - Adyenda06:00 AM - Kapwa Ko, Mahal Ko06:30 AM - Zorori07:00


AM - Mushiking08:00 AM - Dragonball Z08:30 AM - Art Angel09:00 AM- Anime09:30 AM - GPX
Cyber Formula10:00 AM - Lovely Day10:30 AM - Maynila11:30 AM - Takeshi's Castle12:00 NN - Eat
Bulaga!2:45 PM - Startalk5:00 PM - Wish Ko Lang!6:00 PM - Pinoy Records7:00 PM - Pinoy Idol8:00
PM - Bitoy's Funniest Videos9:00 PM - Kapuso Mo, Jessica Soho10:00 PM - Imbestigador11:00 PM
- Nuts Entertainment / Songbird11:50 PM - Sine Totoo12:45 AM - GMA Weekend Report1:00 AM -
Walang Tulugan with the Master Showman

Sunday
5:00 AM - Ecclesia in Asia6:00 AM - Jesus the Healer7:00 AM - Mushiking8:00 AM - Dragonball
Z9:00 AM - Anime9:30 AM - Jollitown10:00 AM - Cardcaptor Sakura10:30 AM - Kay Susan Tayo!
11:15 AM - Takeshi's Castle11:45 AM - SOP Rules2:45 PM - Pinoy Idol Extra3:00 PM - Tasya
Fantasya / Dear Friend4:00 PM - Showbiz Central6:00 PM - Kap's Amazing Stories6:45 PM - Pinoy
Idol8:00 PM -Mel & Joey9:00 PM - All Star K!10:00 PM - Fulhaus10:45 PM - Sunday Night Box
Office (SNBO)12:45 AM - GMA Weekend Report1:00 AM - Diyos at Bayan

(late '08)

Weekdays

04:30 AM - Replays of Public affairs programs05:15 AM - Unang Hirit08:30 AM - Jang Geum's


Dream09:00 AM - Doraemon09:30 AM - Ghost Fighter10:00 AM - Bleach10:30 AM - SiS11:30 AM -
Marimar (later replaced by Rosalinda)12:00 NN - Eat Bulaga!02:30 PM - Daisy Siete03:30 PM -
Sinenovela Presents: Magdusa Ka?04:00 PM - Sinenovela Presents: Gaano Kadalas ang Minsan?
04:30 PM - Coffee Prince Rewind (later replaced by Hello! My Lady and Be Strong, Geum
Soon)05:15 PM - Witch Yoo Hee

Later

02:30 PM - Sinenovela Presents: Una Ka Naging Akin?03:00 PM - Sinenovela Presents: Saan


Darating ang Umaga?03:30 PM - Daisy Siete04:30 PM - Be Strong, Geum Soon05:15 PM - Sweet
Spy

x2 x2 x2

04:30 PM - Be Strong, Geum Soon05:00 PM - Wanted Perfect Family05:30 PM - Sakurano (later


replaced by Love at the Corner)
06:00 PM - GoBingo (Season 2) (later replaced by Family Feud: Philippine Edition)06:30 PM - 24
Oras08:00 PM - Joaquin Bordado (later replaced by Codename: Asero and Luna Mystica)08:45 PM -
Dyesebel (later replaced by Gagambino)09:30 PM - Babangon Ako't Dudurugin Kita (later replaced
by Ako si KIm Sam Soon, Lalola and Ang Babaeng Hinugot sa Aking Tadyang)10:15 PM - Coffee
Prince (later replaced by The Legend, Dalja's Spring, My Husband's Woman and Money War)11:00
PM - Ripley's Believe It or Not (Monday)World Records (later replaced by Full Force Nature)
(Tuesday)Masquerade (Wednesday)Obra (Thursday)Bubble Gang (Friday)11:30 PM, 12:00 MN on
Thursday & 12:30 AM on Friday - Saksi12:00 MN - I-Witness (Monday)Reporter's Notebook
(Tuesday)Born to be Wild (Wednesday)12:30 AM - 100% Pinoy (later replaced by Case Unclosed)
(Thursday)1:00 AM on Friday - Emergency12:40 AM, 1:10 AM on Thursday and 1:40 AM on Friday
Camera Cafe

Saturday

05:00 AM - PJM Forum05:30 AM - Adyenda06:00 AM - Kapwa Ko, Mahal Ko06:30 AM - Zorori07:00


AM - Desert Punk07:30 AM - King of Warriors08:00 AM - Bakugan Battle Brawlers08:30 AM -
Batang Bibbo09:00 AM- Art Angel09:30 AM - Lovely Day: Force of the Guardians10:00 AM - Ka-
Blog!10:30 AM - Maynila11:30 AM - Takeshi's Castle12:00 NN - Eat Bulaga!2:45 PM - Startalk5:00
PM - Wish Ko Lang!6:00 PM - Pinoy Records7:00 PM - Celebrity Duets: Philippine Edition 2 (later
replaced by Kakasa Ka Ba sa Grade 5? 2)8:00 PM - Bitoy's Funniest Videos9:00 PM - Kapuso Mo,
Jessica Soho10:00 PM - Imbestigador11:00 PM - Nuts Entertainment (later replaced by Kapuso
Movie Festival until 12:30 AM)11:50 PM - Sine Totoo (later at 12:30 am)12:45 AM - GMA Weekend
Report (later at 1:20 am)1:00 AM - Walang Tulugan with the Master Showman (later at 1:40 am)

Sunday

5:00 AM - Ecclesia in Asia6:00 AM - Jesus the Healer7:00 AM - In Touch with Charles Stanley8:00
AM - Bakugan Battle Brawlers9:00 AM - King of Warriors9:30 AM - Ultraman Nexus10:00 AM -
Rockman.EXE Stream10:30 AM - Kay Susan Tayo!11:15 AM - Takeshi's Castle11:45 AM - SOP
Rules3:00 PM - Dear Friend4:00 PM - Showbiz Central6:00 PM - Kap's Amazing Stories6:45 PM -
Tok! Tok! Tok! Isang Milyong Pasok 2 (later replaced by Family Feud: Celebrity Edition and My Dad
is Better than Your Dad: Philippine Edition)8:00 PM -Mel & Joey9:00 PM - All Star K!10:00 PM -
Fulhaus10:45 PM - Sunday Night Box Office (SNBO)12:45 AM - GMA Weekend Report1:00 AM -
Diyos at Bayan

WALK OF FAME PHILIPPINES THE COMPLETE LIST AS OF 2009

December 1, 2010 at 3:37pm

DECEMBER 2005

Sharon Cuneta

Fernando Poe Jr. (+)

Susan Roces

Joseph Estrada

Vilma Santos

Nora Aunor

Gloria Romero

Dolphy

Eddie Garcia

Ramon Revilla Sr.

Atang de la Rama (+)

Rogelio dela Rosa (+)

Carmen Rosales (+)

Fernando Poe Sr. (+)


Nida Blanca (+)

Leopoldo Salcedo (+)

Amalia Fuentes

Tita Duran (+)

Pancho Magalona (+)

Nestor de Vila (+)

Katy de la Cruz (+)

JANUARY 2006

Christopher de Leon

Lilia Dizon

Hilda Koronel

Pilita Corales

Delia Razon

Anita Linda

Jose Marie Gonzales

Tony Santos Sr.(+)

Mario Montenegro (+)

Boots Anson-Roa

Lolita Rodriguez

Oscar Moreno (+)


Barbara Perez

Jose Padilla (+)

Rosa Rosal

Fred Montilla (+)

Armando Goyena

Charito Solis (+)

Eddie Rodriguez (+)

Efren Reyes Sr. (+)

NOVEMBER 2006

Tessie Agana

Boy Alano

Bong Revilla

Lito Lapid

Eddie Gutierrez

Lea Salonga

Manny Pacquiao

Judy Ann Santos

Jinggoy Estrada

Ruffa Gutierrez

Richard Gomez
Cesar Montano

Zsa Zsa Padilla

Robin Padilla

Paraluman

Manuel Conde

Philip Salvador

Jaime dela Rosa

Tita Duran

Chiquito

Aga Muhlach

Mona Lisa

Rudy Fernandez

Gloria Diaz

Barbara Rodriguez

Maricel Soriano

Lorna Tolentino

Alicia Vergel

Marlene Dauden

Zaldy Zhornack

Tessie Quintana

Edna Luna

Vic Vargas
Romeo Vasquez

DECEMBER 2007

Charo Santos-Concio

Gina Pareo

Kris Aquino

Kuh Ledesma

Regine Velasquez

Piolo Pascual

Richard Gutierrez

Snooky Serna

JUNE 2008

Eddie Mesa

Rosemarie Gil

Oscar Obligacion

Linda Estrella

Sylvia La Torre

Rudy Concepcion (+)

Rosario Moreno (+)


DECEMBER 2008

Gina Alaja

rHelen Gamboa

Albert Martinez

Dawn Zulueta

Herbert Bautista

Dina Bonnevie

Tirso Cruz III

Dulce

Claudine Barretto

Marian Rivera

Dingdong Dantes

Dindo Fernando (+)

DECEMBER 2009

John Lloyd Cruz

Sarah Geronimo

Armida Siguion Reyna

Ogie Alcasid
Janno Gibbs

Jolina Magdangal

Francis Magalona (+)

Michael V.

Aiza Seguerra

Gabby Concepcion

Christian Bautista

Jed Madela

KC Concepcion

Cherry Pie Picache

Yul Servo

Isko Moreno

Jaclyn Jose

Nonito Donaire

APO Hiking Society

Rey Valera

Basil Valdez

Rico J. Puno

Hajji Alejandro

Marky Cielo (+)

Jackielou Blanco

Ricky Davao
Luis Gonzales

Dingdong Avanzado

Nino Muhlach

Jose Mari Chan

TV stations soon to be deleted in Wikipedia!

December 2, 2010 at 7:07pm

DXET-TV, channel 2 (TV5; July 5, 1993; DX Edward Tan (former owner, deceased); 25 Kilowatts , is
a television station of Philippine television network of Associated Broadcasting Company. It's studios
and transmitter located at ABC Heights, Shrine Hills, Matina, Davao City.

DZOZ-TV is a (independent, November 27, 2006 (As UniversiTV)March 10, 2008 (As ZOE TV
33), UniversiTV (2006-2008);50 KW (Max ERP: 1.5
megawatts); http://www.jilworldwide.org/media_television.php ) UHF television station of ZOE
Broadcasting Network. DZOZ-TV studios are located at Strata 2000 Bldg., Ortigas Center, Pasig City.
Its transmitter is located in Sumulong Highway, Antipolo City. It was started as UniversiTV in 2006,
Then ZTV-33, a news and entertainment station, After this, the station renamed as ZOE TV 33.

DWBM-TV, (silent, 1994; DWBroadcastingMareco; 20 kilowatts) channel 43, is a TV UHF station of


the Philippines owned by Mareco Broadcasting Network, Inc.. Crossover 105.1's TV station, with
studios located at Tirad Pass Street, Sta.Mesa Heights, Quezon City. The station is currently
inactive.

DWVN-TV channel 45 (June, 2001; 60 kilowatts/32000Mhz signal frequency; www.3abn.org), is


a television station of Gateway UHF Broadcasting. The station is an affiliate of Three Angels
Broadcasting Network, a U.S.-based religious television networkassociated with the Seventh-day
Adventist Church. Its Manila transmitter is located at Sumulong Highway, Block 5, Brgy. Sta.
Cruz, Antipolo City, Rizal Province.
DWDZ-TV, channel 47 (Silent; 1999; 320 kilowatts; www.abc.com.ph) , is a UHF station
of Philippine television network ABC. Its studios and transmitter are located at along Quirino Highway
in Novaliches, Quezon City. Currently, Channel 47 is the digital TV station of TV5.

DYER-TV, channel 46, (2008; DYEdgardoRoces; 2.5 kW (15 kW ERP))is a television


station of Philippine television network TV5, located at PLDT Compound, Luna St., La Paz, Iloilo City.

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PTV-4 Primetime Schedule (1st Quarter 2000)

December 7, 2010 at 3:11pm

Saturday

6 - Bingo Pilipino

8 - Philippine's Most Wanted

9 - Jeep ni Erap

10:30 - Cybill

11:30 - Nightcap

12 - Window Shop

Sunday

6 - Pilipino Box Office

8 - Primetime Specials
10 - Fashion Watch

11 - Business and Leisure

11:30 - Nightcap

11:35- Window Shop

Monday

6:30 - Bingo Pilipino

9 - Lotto Draw

9:10 - National Network News

10 - Pulsong Masa

11 - Business Insight

11:45 - Nightcap

Tuesday

5:30 - Mikaela

6:30 - Bingo Pilipino

8 - Side Effects

9 - Lotto Draw

9:10 - Business Insight

10 - Auto Focus

11 - Headline

11:45 - NightCap
Wednesday

5:30 - Mikaela

6:30 - Bingo Pilipino

8 - Sineng Walang Katulad

9 - Lotto Draw

9:10 - National Network News

10 - Job Network

10:30 - Fora Medica

10:45 - PTV News Special Report

11:45 - NightCap

Thursday

6:30 - Bingo Pilipino

9 - Lotto Draw

9:10 - National Network News

10 - Diretsahan

11 - NightCap

Friday

5:30 - Mikaela

6:30 - Bingo Pilipino


9:00 - National Network News

10:00 - Street Legal

11:00 - Andy and Bobok sa Karera

11:45 - NightCap

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Bitoy's Declamation Transcript

December 9, 2010 at 12:49am

Tino ang dapat t*t*hin?

Limot limot. Tige na pahingi ng limot.

Bibili kati ako ng torbetet.

Matarap tiptipin ang torbetet.

Dahil ito ay tunay na malata at matarap.

Buti na lang may itang babae

ta akin nagbigay ng tampung pito

wala pa raw tiyang atawa ibig tabihin, tiya ay tingle.

Ang taya taya ko dahil mahilig ako ta tingle.

Kung ako mag-aatawa ang gutto ko ay tingle!

Ang kato, biglang dumating ang bading nyang katama.

Inaway ako at tinuntok ta note.

Ang takit takit ngaking note.


Kaya tabi ko ta kanya, lagot kata akin, itutumbong kita!

Ang tabi nya ta akin

puro ka tumbong puro ka tumbong

wala ka alam gawin

kundi tumbong.. kaya ang ginawa ko

tinigawan ko rin tiya. Ang tabi ko, wag mo akong

t*t*hin dahil kilala kita.

Wala ka rin alam kundi

maniti ng maniti puro ka t*t*, puro ka t*t* puro ka t*t*.

Ang mabuti pa kayo

na ang magtabi kung tino ta aming dalawaang dapat itumbong at t*t*hin.

Talamat po.

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December 9, 2010 at 5:33am Like


Pinoy Nostalgia 9ADMIN HERO) @JANINE: dapat nga pati yung t***hin at t*** binalangko o nilagyan ng "toot",
e... hehehe!!! pero sadyang nakakatawa...:))

December 9, 2010 at 8:24am Like 2


Janine Jamia Fujiwara MAS MAGANDA KUNG ILALAGAY NG *TOOT!* PARA AYAW GAYAHIN SA MGA BATA
EH......NAKALAGAY PA YUNG "PARENTAL GUIDANCE" SA IBABA!
December 9, 2010 at 8:51am Like

Pinoy Nostalgia (ADMIN HERO) @Admin: bakit di mo nilagyan ng asterisk ang "single na pinalitan ng T ang S,
hehehe.. sounds naughty... hehehe!!!

December 9, 2010 at 3:01pm Like

Janine Jamia Fujiwara SINONG DAPAT SISIHIN?.........ASTIG SI BITOY EH!

December 10, 2010 at 6:49am Like

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December 10, 2010 at 2:03pm

Bagong Balita

Random Photos (thanks to glenn pitoy);

Talakayan Pang-Telebisyon

Today in History

#sentisabado

Araw ng Pagbabago (new show photos)

Trivia ko Lang!!!

Daily Tanong

Off-Topic

(very old since 2013).


ABS-CBN 2000 Primetime Schedule

December 20, 2010 at 8:45pm

Saturday

5:30 Magandang Gabi, Bayan

7:00 Oki Doki Doc

8:30 Star Drama Theater

9:30 Pinoy Exposed

10:00 Keep on Dancing

11:00 Loren/F

12:00 The Weekend News

Sunday

5:30 Knowledge Power

6:00 Sharon

7:00 Wanspanataym

8:30 Richard Loves Lucy

9:30 Megasine

11:00 The Weekend News

11:30 Oh No, Its Johnny!


Monday

6:00 TV Patrol

6:30 Saan Ka Man Narooroon

7:00 Chabelita/Rosalinda

7:30 Labs Ko Si Babe

8:00 Kaya ni Mister, Kaya ni Misis

9:30 Judy Ann Drama Special

11:00 Pulso

11:30 Correspondents

12:30 Martin Late@Nite

Tuesday

6:00 TV Patrol

6:30 Saan Ka Man Narooroon

7:00 Chabelita/Rosalinda

7:30 Labs Ko Si Babe

8:00 Okatokat

9:00 Regal Presents

11:00 Pulso

11:30 Pipol

12:30 Martin Late@Nite


Wednesday

6:00 TV Patrol

6:30 Saan Ka Man Narooroon

7:00 Chabelita/Rosalinda

7:30 Labs Ko Si Babe

8:00 Pwedeng-Pwede

9:30 Katapat, Fred Lim

11:00 Pulso

11:30 Dong Puno Live!

12:30 Martin Late@Nite

Thursday

6:00 TV Patrol

6:30 Saan Ka Man Narooroon

7:00 Chabelita/Rosalinda

7:30 Labs Ko Si Babe

8:00 Home Along da Riles

9:30 Maalala Mo Kaya

11:00 Pulso
11:30 Assignment

12:30 Martin Late@Nite

Friday

6:00 TV Patrol

6:30 Saan Ka Man Narooroon

7:00 Chabelita/Rosalinda

7:30 Labs Ko Si Babe

8:00 Mystic Knights/Streetfighter

8:30 Young Hercules

9:00 Star Cinema Presents

11:00 Pulso

11:30 Jullie

12:30 Martin Late@Nite

Old ABS-CBN 2 Program Sked (early 99 to mid 2000)

December 21, 2010 at 8:12am

Old ABS-CBN 2 Program Sked (early 99 to mid 2000)

Weekdays

5:30 am Alas Singko Y Medya


8:30 am Hiraya Manawari (Monday-Wednesday)

Bayani (Thursday & Friday)

9 am Wildcats (Monday)

Math Tinik (Tuesday & Thursday)

Bucky OHare (Wednesday)

Kasaii and Leuk (Friday)

9:30 am Sineskwela

10 am Cinderella

10:30 am Remi, Nobodys Girl

11 am Today with Kris Aquino

12 nn MTB: Magandang Tanghali Bayan

1:30 pm Cristy Per Minute

2 pm Alondra

2:30 pm Flames

3 pm Peter Pan back-to-back with Star Music Videos

3:30 pm Saber Marionette J

4 pm Akazukin Cha-Cha

4:30 pm Cyberkada

5 pm Hoy! Gising!

5:30 pm Balitang K

6 pm TV Patrol

7 pm Mula sa Puso/Saan Ka Man Naroroon


7:30 pm Esperanza/Labs Ko si Babe

8 pm Kaya ni Mister, Kaya ni Misis (Monday)

Oka Tokat (8PM) (Tuesday)

Regal Presents (8:30 PM 11 PM) (Tuesday)

Oki Doki Doc (Wednesday)

Home Along Da Riles (Thursday)

Super Laff-In (8 9 pm) (Friday)

(later: 8 pm Mystic Knights

8:30 pm Young Hercules)

9:30 pm Sa Sandaling Kailangan Mo Ako (Monday)

Katapat: Mayor Fred Lim (Wednesday)

Maalaala Mo Kaya (Thursday)

Star Cinema Presents (9 11 pm) (Friday)

11 pm The World Tonight/Pulso: Aksyon Balita

11:30 pm Usapang Business (Monday)

The Correspondents (Tuesday)

Dong Puno Live (Wednesday)

Assignment (Thursday)

Jullie (Friday)

12:15 am (12:30 am on Friday) Martin Late @ Nite

12:45 am to 1:15 am (1 am to 1:30 am on Friday) Global News


Saturday

Later included:

5:30 am to 7 am Alas Singko Y Medya (Weekend Edition)

7 am Family Rosary Crusade

8 am Ang Iglesia ni Cristo

9 am Sarap TV

9:30 am Bayani

10 am Hiraya Manawari

10:30 am Fantomcat

11 am Battleteen

11:30 am Men In Black

12 nn Sabado Live

3 pm Sports Unlimited

Later:

12 nn MTB: Magandang Tanghali Bayan

2:30 pm Ang Munting Paraiso

3:30 pm Sports Unlimited


4 pm Gimik/G-Mik

5:30 pm Magandang Gabi, Bayan

7 pm Cine Fiesta

9 pm Star Drama Theater

10 pm Keep on Dancing

11 pm F/Loren

11:30 pm to 12 mn The Weekend News

Sunday

Later included:

5:30 am to 7 am Alas Singko Y Medya (Weekend Edition)

7 am Sunday TV Mass

8 am Chinese Movies

9 am For Kids Only

9:30 am Scooby Doo

10 am X-Men

10:30 am Turbo Rangers

11 am Kaybol ang Bagong TV

12 nn A.S.A.P.

2:30 pm Kapag May Katwiran, Ipaglaban Mo!

4 pm Showbiz Lingo Plus


5:30 pm Knowledge Power

6 pm -Sharon

7 pm -Wansapanataym

8:30 pm Richard Loves Lucy

9:30 pm Megasine

11:30 pm -Oh No! Its Johnny

12:30 am to 1 am The Weekend News

Old ABS-CBN 2 Prog Sked (mid 2000)

December 21, 2010 at 8:13am

Old ABS-CBN 2 Prog Sked (mid 2000)

Weekdays

5 am Balita, Alas Singko ng Umaga

5:30 am Alas Singko Y Medya

8:30 am Hiraya Manawari (Monday & Wednesday)

Epol Apple (Tuesday & Thursday)

Bayani (Friday)

9 am Yaba (Monday)

Math Tinik (Tuesday and Thursday)

Voltron (Wednesday)

Kasaii and Leuk (Friday)


9:30 am Sineskwela

10 am Paul in Fantasy Island

10:30 am The Trapp Family Singers

11 am Today with Kris Aquino

12 nn MTB: Magandang Tanghali Bayan

1:45 pm Marinella

2:15 pm Flames

2:45 pm Star Music Videos

3 pm Pura Sangre

3:30 pm Hoy! Gising!

4 pm Saber Marionette J

4:30 pm Zenki

5 pm Neon Genesis Evangelion

5:30 pm Balitang K

6 pm TV Patrol

6:30 pm Saan Ka Man Naroroon

7 pm Chabelita/Rosalinda

7:30 pm Labs Ko si Babe

8 pm Kaya ni Mister, Kaya ni Misis (Monday)

Oka Tokat (Tuesday) (8- 9 pm)

Puwedeng Puwede (Wednesday)

Home Along Da Riles (Thursday)


Friday:

8 pm Mystic Knights

8:30 pm Young Hercules

9:30 pm Judy Ann Drama Special (Monday)

Regal Presents (Tuesday) (9- 11 pm)

Katapat: Mayor Fred Lim (Wednesday)

Maalaala Mo Kaya (Thursday)

Star Cinema Presents (9 11 pm) (Friday)

11 pm Pulso: Aksyon Balita

11:30 pm The Correspondents (Monday)

Pipol (Tuesday)

Dong Puno Live (Wednesday)

Assignment (Thursday)

Jullie (Friday)

12:15 am (12:30 am on Friday) Martin Late @ Nite

12:45 am to 1:15 am (1 am to 1:30 am on Friday) Global News


Saturday

5:30 am Alas Singko Y Medya (Weekend Edition)

7 am Family Rosary Crusade

8 am Ang Iglesia ni Cristo

9 am Sarap TV

9:30 am Pahina

10:30 am Megaman

11 am Special Cartoons Presents

12 nn MTB: Magandang Tanghali Bayan

2:30 pm Ang Munting Paraiso

3:30 pm Tarajing Potpot

4 pm G-Mik

5:30 pm Magandang Gabi, Bayan

7 pm Oki Doki Doc

8:30 pm Star Drama Theater

9:30 pm Pinoy Exposed

10 pm Keep on Dancing

11 pm F/Loren

11:30 pm Sports Unlimited

12 mn to 12:30 am The Weekend News


Sunday

5:30 am Alas Singko Y Medya (Weekend Edition)

7 am Sunday TV Mass

8 am Chinese Movies

9 am For Kids Only

9:30 am Scooby Doo

10 am Beastwars

10:30 am Starship Troopers

11 am Big Guy & Rusty

11:30 am Men In Black

12 nn A.S.A.P.

2:30 pm Tabing Ilog

4 pm The Buzz

5:30 pm Knowledge Power

6 pm -Sharon

7 pm -Wansapanataym

8:30 pm Richard Loves Lucy

9:30 pm Megasine

11:30 pm to 12:30 am The Weekend News


Old ABS-CBN Prog Sked (early 98)

December 21, 2010 at 8:14am

Old ABS-CBN Prog Sked (early 98)

Weekdays

5:30 am Alas Singko Y Medya

8 am Double Dragon II (Monday)

CRO (Tuesday & Thursday)

Blazing Dragons (Wednesday)

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (original version) (Friday)

8:30 am Hiraya Manawari (Monday-Wednesday)

Bayani (Thursday & Friday)

9 am Robotech (Monday, Wednesday & Friday)

Math Tinik (Tuesday & Thursday)

9:30 am Sineskwela

10 am Tico

10:30 am Heidi

11 am Today with Kris Aquino

12 nn Sang Linggo nAPO Sila

1:30 pm Cristy Per Minute

2 pm Lazos de Amor

2:30 pm Flames
3 pm Kassandra back-to-back with Star MUsic Videos

3:30 pm BTx

4 pm Bananas in Pyjamas/Adventures of Tom Sawyer

4:30 pm Thunderjet

5 pm Hoy! Gising!

5:30 pm Balitang K

6 pm TV Patrol

6:30 pm Mula sa PUso

7 pm Esperanza

7:30 pm Kaya ni Mister, Kaya ni Misis (Monday)

Regal Presents (Tuesday)

Cine Fiesta (Wednesday)

Home Along Da Riles (Thursday)

Friday:

7:30 pm Power Rangers

8 pm Super Laff-In

9 pm Palibhasa Lalake (Monday)

Oka Tokat (Tuesday) (9:30 pm)


Oki Doki Doc (Wednesday) (9:30 pm)

Maalaala Mo Kaya (Thursday)

Calvento Files (Friday)

10:30 pm The World Tonight

11 pm Usapang Business (Monday)

The Inside Story (Tuesday)

Dong Puno Live (Wednesday)

Assignment (Thursday)

Jullie (Friday)

12 mn to 1 am The Quantum Channel

Friday:

12 mn Business and Leisure

1 am to 3 am The Quantum Channel

Saturday

7 am Family Rosary Crusade

8 am Ang Iglesia ni Cristo

9 am For Kids Only

9:30 am Bayani
10 am Hiraya Manawari

10:30 am Fantomcat

11 am Conan and the Young Warriors

11:30 am The Slayers

12 nn Sang Linggo nAPO Sila

2:30 pm Coney Reyes on Camera

4 pm Gimik

5:30 pm Magandang Gabi, Bayan

7 pm Star Cinema Presents

9 pm Star Drama Theater

10 pm Martin After Dark (M.A.D)

11 pm Sports Unlimited

11:30 pm The Weekend News

12 mn Citiline

1 am to 3 am The Quantum Channel

Sunday

7 am Sunday TV Mass

8 am Chinese Movies

9 am What A Mess

9:30 am A.T.B.P.
10:30 am Magic Knight Rayearth

11 am Kaybol ang Bagong TV

12 nn A.S.A.P.

2:30 pm Kapag May Katwiran, Ipaglaban Mo!

4 pm Showbiz Lingo

5:30 pm Companero y Companera

7 pm Wansapanataym

8:30 pm Onli in da Pilipinas

9:30 pm Million Dollar Movies

11:30 pm -Oh No! Its Johnny

12:30 am The Weekend News

1 am to 3 am The Quantum Channel

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Old ABS-CBN 2 Prog Sked (late 2000)

December 21, 2010 at 8:15am

Old ABS-CBN 2 Prog Sked (late 2000)

Weekdays

5 am Balita, Alas Singko ng Umaga

5:30 am Alas Singko Y Medya


8:30 am Hiraya Manawari (Monday-Thursday)

Bayani (Friday)

9 am Voltron (Monday & Wednesday)

Math Tinik (Tuesday & Thursday)

Toxic Crusade (Friday)

9:30 am Sineskwela

10 am Magic Girls

10:30 am Cedie

11 am Today with Kris Aquino

12 nn MTB: Magandang Tanghali Bayan

1:30 pm Marinella

2 pm Flames

2:30 pm Pura Sangre

3 pm Bantay Bata: The Series

3:30 pm Hoy! Gising!

4 pm Wedding P

4:30 pm Super Doll Licca

5 pm Street Fighter II V

5:30 pm Balitang K

6 pm TV Patrol

6:30 pm Saan Ka Man Naroroon

7 pm Rosalinda
7:30 pm Labs Ko si Babe

8 pm Kaya ni Mister, Kaya ni Misis (Monday)

Oka Tokat (Tuesday) (8- 9 pm)

Puwedeng Puwede (Wednesday)

Home Along Da Riles (Thursday)

Friday:

8 pm Digimon

8:30 pm Young Hercules

9:30 pm Judy Ann Drama Special (Monday)

Regal Presents (Tuesday) (9- 11 pm)

Katapat: Mayor Fred Lim (Wednesday)

Maalaala Mo Kaya (Thursday)

Star Cinema Presents (9 11 pm) (Friday)

11 pm Pulso: Aksyon Balita

11:30 pm The Correspondents (Monday)

Pipol (Tuesday)
Kontrapelo (Wednesday)

Assignment (Thursday)

Jullie (Friday)

12:30 am Martin Late @ Nite

1 am to 1:30 am Global News

Saturday

5:30 am Alas Singko Y Medya (Weekend Edition)

7 am Family Rosary Crusade

8 am Ang Iglesia ni Cristo

9 am Sarap TV

9:30 am Pahina

10:30 am Megaman

11 am Feel at Home

12 nn MTB: Magandang Tanghali Bayan

2:30 pm Ang Munting Paraiso

3:30 pm Tarajing Potpot

4 pm G-Mik

5 pm Barangay Dos

5:30 pm Magandang Gabi, Bayan

7 pm Oki Doki Doc


8:30 pm Star Drama Theater

9:30 pm Pinoy Exposed

10 pm Keep on Dancing

11 pm F/Loren

11:30 pm Sports Unlimited

12:15 am to 1 am The Weekend News

Sunday

5:30 am Alas Singko Y Medya (Weekend Edition)

7 am Sunday TV Mass

8 am Cinema Cinema Cinema

8:30 am Sanrio World of Animation

9 am For Kids Only

9:30 am Animax block

11 am Star Studio Presents

12 nn A.S.A.P.

2:30 pm Tabing Ilog

4 pm The Buzz

5:30 pm Knowledge Power


6 pm -Sharon

7 pm -Wansapanataym

8:30 pm Richard Loves Lucy

9:30 pm ABS-CBN Presents

11:30 pm to 12:30 am The Weekend News

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December 21, 2010 at 9:28am Like

Old ABS-CBN 2 PROG SKED (mid 2001)

December 21, 2010 at 5:03pm

Old ABS-CBN 2 PROG SKED (mid 2001)

Weekdays

5 am Balita, Alas Singko ng Umaga

5:30 am Alas Singko Y Medya

8:30 am Simsala Grimm (Monday)

Hiraya Manawari (Tuesday & Wednesday)

Bayani (Thursday & Friday)

9 am Sineskwela
9:30 am Cinderella (Monday-Wednesday)

Math Tinik (Thursday & Friday)

10 am Marcelino Pan y Vino

10:30 am Talk TV

11:30 am Camila

12 nn MTB: Magandang Tanghali Bayan

2 pm Recuerdo de Amor

2:30 pm Flames back-to-back with Star Music Videos

3 pm Pura Sangre

3:30 pm Nino Felipin

4 pm Danielas Diary

4:30 pm Heidi

5 pm Balitang Kris

5:30 pm The Correspondents (Early Edition) (Monday)

Mission X (Early Edition) (Tuesday)

Verum Est? (Wednesday)

Pipol (Early Edition) (Thursday)

True Crime (Early Edition) (Friday)

6 pm TV Patrol

6:30 pm Sa Dulo ng Walang Hanggan

7 pm Pangako Sa Yo

7:30 pm Kaya ni Mister, Kaya ni Misis (Monday)


Oka Tokat (Tuesday)

Puwedeng Puwede (Wednesday)

Home Along da Riles (Thursday)

Friday:

7:30 pm Mystic Knights

8 pm Digimon

9 pm Judy Ann Drama Special (Monday)

Regal Presents (8:30 10:30 pm) (Tuesday)

Kabalikat: Loren Legarda (Wednesday)

Maalaala Mo Kaya (Thursday)

Star Cinema Presents (8:30 10:30 pm) (Friday)

10:30 pm ABS-CBN Headlines

11 pm The Correspondents (Producers Cut) (Monday)

Mission X (Tuesday)

Isyu 101 (Wednesday)

Pipol (Producers Cut) (Thursday)

True Crime (Friday)

12 mn Martin Late @ Nite


12:30 am to 1 am Global News

Saturday

5:30 am Alas Singko Y Medya (Weekend Edition)

7 am Family Rosary Crusade

8 am Ang Iglesia ni Cristo

9 am Sarap TV

9:30 am Round the Twist

10:30 am Feel at Home

11:30 am Camila

12 nn MTB: Magandang Tanghali Bayan

2:30 pm Ang Munting Paraiso

3:30 pm G-Mik

5 pm S.I.M. (Scandals, Intrigues and Mysteries)

5:30 pm Magandang Gabi, Bayan

7 pm Arriba! Arriba!

8 pm Da Boy en Da Guard

9:30 pm Pinoy Exposed

10 pm Keep on Dancing

11 pm F/Loren

11:30 pm The Weekend News


12 mn to 1 am Sports Unlimited

Sunday

5:30 am Alas Singko Y Medya (Weekend Edition)

7 am Sunday TV Mass

8 am Cinema Cinema Cinema

8:30 am Sanrio World of Animation

9 am Hiraya Manawari

9:30 am Beast Wars

10 am Popolocrois

10:30 am Godzilla

11 am Star Studio Presents

12 nn A.S.A.P.

2:30 pm Tabing Ilog

4 pm The Buzz

5:30 pm Knowledge Power

6 pm -Sharon

7 pm -Wansapanataym

8:30 pm Eto Na ang Susunod na Kabanata


9:30 pm ABS-CBN Presents

11:30 pm to 12 mn The Weekend News

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December 21, 2010 at 5:04pm

Old ABS-CBN 2 PROG SKED (early 2003)

Weekdays

5 am ABS-CBN Headlines (Replay)

5:30 am Alas Singko Y Medya

8:30 am Maggie and the Ferocious Beast (Monday)

Math Tinik (Tuesday)

Rainbow Fish (Wednesday)

Epol/Apple (Thursday)

Franklin (Friday)

9 am Sineskwela

9:30 am Jenny

10 am Mariana

10:30 am Morning Girls

11:30 am Alicia
12 nn MTB: Magandang Tanghali Bayan

2 pm Recuerdo de Amor

2:30 pm Nunca Te Olvidare

3 pm Cristina back-to-back with Star Music Videos

3:30 pm Sine Fiesta

5 pm Jackie Chan Adventures

5:30 pm ETC.

6 pm TV Patrol

7 pm Game KNB?

7:30 pm Pangako Sa Yo

8 pm Sa Puso Ko Iingatan Ka

8:30 pm Sa Dulo ng Walang Hanggan

9 pm FPJ Action Cinema (Monday)

OK Fine Whatever (Tuesday)

Whattamen (Wednesday)

Maalaala Mo Kaya (Thursday)

Star Cinema Presents (Friday)

11 pm ABS-CBN Headlines

11:30 pm The Correspondents (Monday)

Pipol (Tuesday)

Mission X (Wednesday)

Isyu (Thursday)
True Crime (Friday)

12 mn to 12:30 am Martin Late @ Nite

Saturday

5:30 am Alas Singko Y Medya (Weekend Edition)

7 am Family Rosary Crusade

8 am Ang Iglesia ni Cristo

9 am Tommy and Oscar

9:30 am The Worst Witch

10:30 am Feel at Home with Charlene

11:30 am Alicia

12 nn MTB: Magandang Tanghali Bayan

2:30 pm Ang Munting Paraiso

3:30 pm K2BU

4:30 pm Digimon

5 pm Knowledge Power

5:30 pm Magandang Gabi, Bayan

7 pm Arriba! Arriba!

8 pm Mary D Potter

9 pm Klasmeyts

10:30 pm Kakasa Ka Ba?


11 pm Sapul Kayo Diyan!

11:30 pm F

12 mn Sports Unlimited

12:30 am to 1 am The Weekend News

Sunday

5:30 am Alas Singko Y Medya (Weekend Edition)

7 am Sunday TV Mass

8 am Cinema Cinema Cinema

8:30 am Sanrio World of Animation

9 am Hiraya Manawari

9:30 am Animax: Beast Machines (or Beast Machines Transformers)

10 am Animax: Jumanji

10:30 am Animax: Men in Black

11 am Star Studio Presents

12 nn A.S.A.P.

2:30 pm Tabing Ilog

4 pm The Buzz

5:30 pm Sharon
7 pm Wansapanataym

8:30 pm Home Along da Riles

9:30 pm Sunday Family Cinema

11:30 pm Off the Record

12 mn to 12:30 am The Weekend News

Old ABS-CBN 2 Prog Sked (mid 2003)

December 21, 2010 at 5:05pm

Old ABS-CBN 2 Prog Sked (mid 2003)

Weekdays

5:30 am Magandang Umaga, Bayan

8:30 am Rolie Polie Olie (Monday, Wednesday & Friday)

Math Tinik (Tuesday)

Epol/Apple (Thursday)

9 am Sineskwela

9:30 am Julio at Julia

10 am Wheels of Love

10:30 am Morning Girls with Kris and Korina

11:30 am Daniella

12 nn MTB: Masayang Tanghali Bayan

2 pm Recuerdo de Amor
2:30 pm Cristina

3 pm Paloma

3:30 pm Romantica

4 pm Jackie Chan Adventures / Sakura Wars

4:30 pm Samurai X / Beyblade

5 pm InuYasha / Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters / Crush Gear Turbo

5:30 pm ETC. (Monday, Wednesday and Friday)

Mission X (Early Edition) (Tuesday)

Gus Abelgas Nag-Uulat (Early Edition) (Thursday)

6 pm TV Patrol

6:30 pm Game KNB?

7 pm Bituin

7:30 pm Kay Tagal Kang Hinintay

8 pm Sa Puso Ko, Iingatan Ka

8:30 pm Sa Dulo ng Walang Hanggan

9 pm

Monday:

9 pm Alias

10 pm Night Vision
OK Fine Whatever (Tuesday)

Wednesday:

9 pm Whattamen

10 pm Klasmeyts

Maalaala Mo Kaya (Thursday)

Star Cinema Presents (Friday)

11 pm ABS-CBN Headlines

11:30 pm The Correspondents (Monday)

Mission X: Producers Cut (Tuesday)

Pipol (Wednesday)

Gus Abelgas Nag-Uulat (Thursday)

Isyu (Friday)

12 mn Martin Late @ Nite

12:30 am to 1 am The 700 Club (Monday, Tuesday, Thursday & Friday)

The 700 Club Asia (Wednesday)

Saturday

5:30 am Family Rosary Crusade


7 am Magandang Umaga, Bayan (Weekend Edition)

8 am Ang Iglesia ni Cristo

9 am UFO Baby

9:30 am The 100 Deeds of Eddie McDowd

10:30 am Feel at Home with Charlene

11:30 am Daniella

12 nn MTB: Masayang Tanghali Bayan

2:30 pm Tanging Yaman: The Series

3:30 pm Berks

4:30 pm Knowledge Power

5 pm Willingly Yours

5:30 pm Magandang Gabi, Bayan

7 pm Arriba! Arriba!

8 pm Bida si Mister, Bida si Misis

9 pm FPJ Action Cinema

11:30 pm F

12 mn Sports Unlimited

12:30 am to 1 am The Weekend News

Sunday

5:30 am Magandang Umaga, Bayan (Weekend Edition)


7 am Sunday TV Mass

8 am Cinema Cinema Cinema

8:30 am Sanrio World of Animation

9 am Hiraya Manawari

9:30 am Animax: Max Steel

10 am Animax: Jumanji

10:30 am Animax: Men in Black

11 am The Himig Handog Primer

12 nn A.S.A.P.

2:30 pm Tabing Ilog

4 pm The Buzz

5:30 pm Sharon

7 pm Wansapanataym

8:30 pm Home Along da Riles

9:30 pm Sunday Family Cinema

11:30 pm Dong Puno Nightly

12:30 am to 1 am The Weekend News

Old ABS-CBN 2 Prog Sked (late 2003)

December 21, 2010 at 5:06pm

Old ABS-CBN 2 Prog Sked (late 2003)

Weekdays
5 am Chicken, Pork, Atbp.

5:30 am Magandang Umaga, Bayan

8:30 am Teysi

9:30 am Trapp Family Singers

10:30 am Morning Girls with Kris and Korina

11:30 am Daniella

12 nn MTB: Ang Saya-Saya

2 pm Cristina

3:30 pm Gata Salvaje

4 pm Altagracia

4:30 pm Paloma

5 pm Rave

5:15 pm Project Arms

5:30 pm Meteor Garden / Meteor Garden 2

6 pm TV Patrol

6:30 pm Kay Tagal Kang Hinintay

7 pm Bastat Kasama Kita

7:30 pm Meteor Fever in Manila

8 pm Darating ang Umaga

8:30 pm Sanay Wala nang Wakas

9 pm Bida si Mister, Bida si MIsis (Monday)


OK Fine Whatever (Tuesday)

Wednesday:

9 pm Whattamen

10 pm Klasmeyts

Maalaala Mo Kaya (Thursday)

Star Cinema Presents (Friday)

11 pm ABS-CBN Insider

11:30 pm The Correspondents (Monday)

Pipol (Tuesday)

Special Assignment (Wednesday)

Dong Puno Live (Thursday)

Private I (Friday)

12 mn to 1 am The 700 Club

Saturday

6 am Magandang Umaga, Bayan (Weekend Edition)

7 am Family Rosary Crusade


8 am Ang Iglesia ni Cristo

9 am UFO Baby

9:30 am The 100 Deeds of Eddie McDowd

10 am Incredible Story Studio

10:30 am Tara Tena

11:30 am Meteor Garden (Rewind)

12 nn MTB: Ang Saya-Saya

3 pm S2: Showbiz Sabado

4:30 pm Knowledge Power

5 pm Willingly Yours

5:30 pm Berks

6 pm Meteor Garden 2

6:30 pm Magandang Gabi, Bayan

8:30 pm Home Along da Airport

9:30 pm Buttercup

10:30 pm Kontrobersyal

11:30 pm F

12 mn Sports Unlimited

12:30 am to 1 am The Weekend News

Sunday
5:30 am Magandang Umaga, Bayan (Weekend Edition)

7 am Sunday TV Mass

8 am Cinema Cinema Cinema

8:30 am Sanrio World of Animation

9 am Detek Kids

9:30 am Animax: Heavy Gear

10 am Animax: Stuart Little

10:30 am Meteor Garden (Rewind)

11 am Feel at Home with Charlene

12 nn A.S.A.P. Mania

2:30 pm Tabing Ilog

4 pm The Buzz

5:30 pm Sharon

7 pm Wansapanataym

8:30 pm Ang Tanging Ina: The Series

9:30 pm Sunday Family Cinema

11:30 pm Dong Puno Tonight

12:30 am to 1 am The Weekend News

Old ABS-CBN 2 PROG SKED (mid 1997)

December 21, 2010 at 5:07pm

Old ABS-CBN 2 PROG SKED (mid 1997)


Weekdays

5:30 am Alas Singko Y Medya

7:30 am Gym Team

8 am Double Dragon II (Monday)

CRO (Tuesday & Thursday)

Blazing Dragons (Wednesday)

Hyperman (Friday)

8:30 am Hiraya Manawari (Monday-Wednesday)

Bayani (Thursday & Friday)

9 am Robotech

9:30 am Sineskwela

10 am Ang Mahiwagang Kuwintas

10:30 am Little Women II

11 am Today with Kris Aquino

12 nn Sang Linggo nAPO Sila

1:30 pm Cristy Per Minute

2 pm Lazos de Amor

2:30 pm Flames

3 pm Ilusiones back-to-back with Star MUsic Videos

3:30 pm Zenki

4 pm Bananas in Pyjamas / Mga Munting Pangarap ni Romeo


4:30 pm Zorro

5 pm Hoy! Gising!

5:30 pm Balitang K

6 pm TV Patrol

6:30 pm Mula sa PUso

7 pm Esperanza

7:30 pm Kaya ni Mister, Kaya ni Misis (Monday)

Regal Presents (Tuesday)

Cine Fiesta (Wednesday)

Home Along Da Riles (Thursday)

Friday:

7:30 pm Power Rangers

8 pm Super Laff-In

9 pm Palibhasa Lalake (Monday)

Abangan ang Susunod na Kabanata (Tuesday) (9:30 pm)

Oki Doki Doc (Wednesday) (9:30 pm)

Maalaala Mo Kaya (Thursday)

Calvento Files (Friday)


10:30 pm The World Tonight

11 pm Usapang Business (Monday)

The Inside Story (Tuesday)

Dong Puno Live (Wednesday)

Assignment (Thursday)

Jullie (Friday)

12 mn to 1 am The Quantum Channel

Friday:

12 mn Business and Leisure

1 am to 3 am The Quantum Channel

Saturday

7 am Family Rosary Crusade

8 am Ang Iglesia ni Cristo

9 am For Kids Only

9:30 am Bayani

10 am Hiraya Manawari

10:30 am Littlest Pet Shop

11 am Conan and the Young Warriors


11:30 am The Slayers

12 nn Sang Linggo nAPO Sila

2:30 pm Coney Reyes on Camera

4 pm Gimik

5:30 pm Magandang Gabi, Bayan

7 pm Star Cinema Presents

9 pm Star Drama Theater

10 pm Martin After Dark (M.A.D)

11 pm Sports Unlimited

11:30 pm The Weekend News

12 mn Citiline

1 am to 3 am The Quantum Channel

Sunday

7 am Sunday TV Mass

8 am Chinese Movies

9 am What A Mess

9:30 am A.T.B.P.

10:30 am Magic Knight Rayearth

11 am Kaybol ang Bagong TV

12 nn A.S.A.P.
2:30 pm Kapag May Katwiran, Ipaglaban Mo!

4 pm Showbiz Lingo

5:30 pm Companero y Companera

7 pm The Sharon Cuneta Show

9 pm Miillion Dollar Movies

11 pm The Weekend News

11:30 pm Oh No, Its Johnny!

12:30 am to 2:30 am The Quantum Channel

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Old ABS-CBN 2 PROG SKED (late 1997)

December 21, 2010 at 5:07pm

Old ABS-CBN 2 PROG SKED (late 1997)

Weekdays

5:30 am Alas Singko Y Medya

7:30 am Gym Team

8 am Double Dragon II (Monday)

CRO (Tuesday & Thursday)

Blazing Dragons (Wednesday)

Hyperman (Friday)
8:30 am Hiraya Manawari (Monday-Wednesday)

Bayani (Thursday & Friday)

9 am Bucky O Hare (Monday, Wednesday & Friday)

Yogis Gang (Tuesday & Thursday)

9:30 am Sineskwela

10 am Tico

10:30 am Heidi

11 am Today with Kris Aquino

12 nn Sang Linggo nAPO Sila

1:30 pm Cristy Per Minute

2 pm Lazos de Amor

2:30 pm Flames

3 pm Kassandra back-to-back with Star Music Videos

3:30 pm Zenki

4 pm Bananas in Pyjamas / Mga Munting Pangarap ni Romeo

4:30 pm Thunderjet

5 pm Hoy! Gising!

5:30 pm Balitang K

6 pm TV Patrol

6:30 pm Mula sa Puso

7 pm Esperanza

7:30 pm Kaya ni Mister, Kaya ni Misis (Monday)


Regal Presents (Tuesday)

Cine Fiesta (Wednesday)

Home Along Da Riles (Thursday)

Friday:

7:30 pm Power Rangers

8 pm Super Laff-In

9 pm Palibhasa Lalake (Monday)

Oka Tokat (Tuesday) (9:30 pm)

Oki Doki Doc (Wednesday) (9:30 pm)

Maalaala Mo Kaya (Thursday)

Calvento Files (Friday)

10:30 pm The World Tonight

11 pm Usapang Business (Monday)

The Inside Story (Tuesday)

Dong Puno Live (Wednesday)

Assignment (Thursday)

Jullie (Friday)

12 mn to 1 am The Quantum Channel


Friday:

12 mn Business and Leisure

1 am to 3 am The Quantum Channel

Saturday

7 am Family Rosary Crusade

8 am Ang Iglesia ni Cristo

9 am For Kids Only

9:30 am Bayani

10 am Hiraya Manawari

10:30 am Littlest Pet Shop

11 am Conan and the Young Warriors

11:30 am The Slayers

12 nn Sang Linggo nAPO Sila

2:30 pm Coney Reyes on Camera

4 pm Gimik

5:30 pm Magandang Gabi, Bayan

7 pm Star Cinema Presents

9 pm Star Drama Theater


10 pm Martin After Dark (M.A.D)

11 pm Sports Unlimited

11:30 pm The Weekend News

12 mn Citiline

1 am to 3 am The Quantum Channel

Sunday

7 am Sunday TV Mass

8 am Chinese Movies

9 am What A Mess

9:30 am A.T.B.P.

10:30 am Magic Knight Rayearth

11 am Kaybol ang Bagong TV

12 nn A.S.A.P.

2:30 pm Kapag May Katwiran, Ipaglaban Mo!

4 pm Showbiz Lingo

5:30 pm Companero y Companera

7 pm Wansapanataym

8:30 pm Onli in da Pilipinas

9:30 pm Million Dollar Movies

11:30 pm -Oh No! Its Johnny


12:30 am The Weekend News

1 am to 3 am The Quantum Channel

Old ABS-CBN 2 PROG SKED (mid 2004)

December 21, 2010 at 5:08pm

Old ABS-CBN 2 PROG SKED (mid 2004)

Weekdays

4:30 am The Weekend News (Replay) (Monday)

ABS-CBN Insider (Replay) (Tuesday-Friday)

5 am Kumikitang Kabuhayan

5:30 am Magandang Umaga, Bayan

8:30 am Jenny

9 am Bear in a Big Blue House

9:30 am Bananas in Pyjamas / Marcelino Pan y Vino

10 am Lady Lady

10:30 am Morning Girls with Kris and Korina

11:30 am Gata Salvaje

12 nn MTB: Ang Saya-Saya

2 pm Isabella

2:30 pm Por Ti

3 pm Luisa
3:30 pm Solita Mi Amor

4 pm Paloma

4:30 pm Naruto

5 pm Sarah, The Teen Princess

5:30 pm Mangarap Ka

6 pm TV Patrol

7 pm Star Circle Quest

7:45 pm Bastat Kasama Kita

8:15 pm Marina

8:45 pm Sanay Wala Nang Wakas

9:15 pm It Might Be You

9:45 pm -

OK Fine Whatever (Monday)

Bida si Mister, Bida si Misis (Tuesday)

Yes Yes Show (Wednesday)

Maalaala Mo Kaya (Thursday)

Star Cinema Presents (Friday)

11 pm ABS-CBN Insider

11:30 pm The Correspondents (Monday)

Pipol (Tuesday)

Special Assignment (Wednesday)

Dong Puno Live (Thursday)


Private I (Friday)

12:15 am to 12:45 am The 700 Club

Saturday

5:30 am Salamt Dok

7 am Rolie Polie Olie

7:30 am Rave

8 am Super Gals

8:30 am Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters

9 am Art Jam

9:30 am Incredible Story Studio

10 am Hana Yori Dango

10:30 am Tara Tena

11:30 am Gata Salvaje

12 nn MTB: Ang Saya-Saya

3 pm Simpleng Hiling

3:30 pm Nginiig

5:30 pm Star Circle Quest

6:30 pm Star in a Million

7:30 pm TV Patrol Sabado

8 pm Magandang Gabi, Bayan


9 pm Home Along da Airport

10 pm Victim

11 pm Kontrobersyal

11:45 pm F

12:15 am Sports Unlimited

1:15 am to 1:45 am The Weekend News

Sunday

5:30 am Salamat Dok

7 am Sunday TV Mass

8 am Girls Marching On

9 am Detek Kids

9:30 am Animax: Astro Boy

10 am Animax: Jackie Chan Adventures

10:30 am At Home Ka with Charlene

11:30 am The Truth (Replay)

12 nn A.S.A.P. Mania

3 pm Lukso ng Dugo

4 pm The Buzz

5:30 pm Sharon

7 pm Wansapanataym
8:30 pm Ang Tanging Ina: The Series

9:30 pm Sunday Family Cinema

11:30 pm to 12 mn The Weekend News

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Old GMA 7 PROG SKED (mid 99)

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Old GMA 7 PROG SKED (mid 99)

Weekdays

5:45 am Guidelines for Family Living with Harold Sala

6 am The 700 Club

6:30 am Mornings @ GMA

8 am Magnegosyo

9 am Kapwa Ko, Mahal Ko

9:30 am Sesame Street

10 am Batibot

10:30 am Marco DPlodo


11 am Brunch with Bing and Michelle

12 nn Eat Bulaga!

1:30 pm Rio del Mar

2 pm Pira-Pirasong Pangarap

2:30 pm Cara Sucia

3 pm Best Friends

4 pm Ultraman Tiga

4:30 pm Gundam Wing

5 pm Mojacko

5:30 pm Extra, Extra!

6 pm Saksi

6:30 pm Del Tierro

7 pm Ghost Fighter

7:30 pm Pinoy Blockblusters (Monday)

Kool Ka Lang (Tuesday)

Wednesday: 7:30 pm Ooops

8 pm Mikee Forever

1 For 3 (Thursday)

Friday: 7:30 pm Voltes V

8 pm Daimos

8:30 pm Golympics

9:30 pm Campus Romance (Monday)


Text (Tuesday)

9 pm -

Beh Bote Nga (Wednesday)

GMA Telesine Special (Thursday)

Bubble Gang (Friday)

10:30 pm GMA Network News

11 pm -

I-Witness (Monday)

The Probe Team (Tuesday)

Debate with Mare at Pare (Wednesday)

Companero Y Companera (Thursday)

Emergency (Friday)

12 mn The 700 Club

Monday:

1 am to 1:30 am Family Guidelines

Tuesday:

1 am The Pulpit of Christ

1:35 am to 2 am Family Guidelines

Wednesday:
1 am Family Guidelines

1:30 am to 2:30 am Signs & Wonders

Thursday:

1 am to 1:30 am Word of Hope

Friday:

1 am Let There Be Light

2 am Family Guidelines

2:30 am Jesus Miracle Crusade

4 am to 4:30 am Family Guidelines

Saturday

7 am The 700 Club

8 am Underdog

8:30 am Chikiting Patrol

9:30 am 5 and Up

10 am Disney Adventures

11:30 am Campus Video

12 nn Eat Bulaga!

2:30 pm Startalk

4 pm TGIS
5:30 pm Brigada Siete

7 pm Rainbow Cinema

9 pm GMAs Best

11 pm Master Showman Presents

12 mn GMA Network News

12:30 am The 700 Club (Answers)

1:30 am to 3 am Jesus Miracle Crusade

Sunday

6 am In Touch with Dr. Charles Stanley

7 am Word of Hope

7:30 am The 700 Club

8:30 am Cathedral of Praise

9:30 am PG (Parents Guide)

10:30 am Gameplan

11 am Fox Kids block

12 nn SOP

2:30 pm Anna Karenina

4 pm S-Files

5:30 pm Partners: Mel & Jay

7 pm Bilibkaba

7:30 pm Viva Sinerama


9:30 pm SNBO: Sunday Night Box Office

11:30 pm Sunday Night Specials

12:30 am GMA Network News

1 am A Little Night of Music

1:30 am The 700 Club International

2:30 am to 4 am Jesus Miracle Crusade

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Old GMA 7 PROG SKED (early 2001)

December 22, 2010 at 8:38am

Old GMA 7 PROG SKED (early 2001)

Weekdays

4:15 am Guidelines for Family Living

5 am Unang Hirit

8 am Dragon Tales (Monday, Wednesday & Friday)

Takoyaki Mantleman (Tuesday & Thursday)

8:30 am Takoyaki Mantleman (Monday, Wednesday and Friday)

Cow and Chicken (Tuesday and Thursday)

9 am Pocket Dragon (Monday, Wednesday and Friday)

Koko Kwik Kwak (Tuesday and Thursday)


9:30 am Sesame Street

10 am Teletubbies

10:30 am D! Day

11:30 am Kirara: Ano ang Kulay ng Buhay

12 nn- Eat Bulaga!

1:30 pm Rio del Mar

2 pm Pira-Pirasong Pangarap

2:30 pm Morella

3 pm Maynila

3:30 pm Kahit na Magtiis

4 pm Chomajin Hero Wataru

4:30 pm Genshikun

5 pm -

Mojacko (Monday, Wednesday and Friday)

Doraemon (Tuesday and Thursday)

5:30 pm Extra Extra

6 pm Saksi

6:30 pm -

Trigun (Monday, Wednesday and Friday)

Bubblegum Crisis Tokyo 2040 (Tuesday and Thursday)

7 pm -

Dragonball Z (Monday, Wednesday and Friday)


Virtua Fighter (Tuesday and Thursday)

7:30 pm Pinoy Blockblusters (Monday)

Kool Ka Lang (Tuesday)

Beh Bote Nga (Wednesday)

1 For 3 (Thursday)

Friday: 7:30 pm Pokemon

8 pm Bubble Gang

9 pm -

Kiss Muna (9:30 pm) (Monday)

Kasangga (Tuesday)

GMA Drama Studio Presents (Wednesday)

Viva Sinerama (8:30 pm) (Thursday)

GMA Love Stories (Friday)

10:30 pm Frontpage: Ulat ni Mel Tiangco

10:45 pm -

I-Witness (Monday)

The Probe Team (Tuesday)

Imbestigador (Wednesday)

Debate with Mare at Pare (Thursday)

Emergency (Friday)

11:45 pm The 700 Club (except on Friday)


Monday:

12:45 am Growing Up (rerun)

2:15 am Mikee (rerun)

3:15 am to 4:15 am Kate n Boogie (rerun)

Tuesday:

12:45 am The Pulpit of Christ

1:15 am Mixed Nuts (rerun)

2:15 am to 4:15 am Modern Romance sa Telebisyon (rerun)

Wednesday:

12:45 am Signs & Wonders

1:45 am Ober Da Bakod (rerun)

3:15 am to 4:15 am DLookalayks (rerun)

Thursday:

12:45 am Word of Hope

1:15 am Toynk (Hulog ng Langit) (rerun)

2:15 am to 4:15 am Di Bat Ikaw (rerun)

Friday:

11:45 pm One Cubed


12:15 am CWN: Christian World News

12:45 am Let There Be Light

1:45 am Jesus Miracle Crusade

3:15 am to 5 am Billy Bilyonaryo (rerun)

Saturday

5 am The 700 Club

6 am INC at GMA

7 am Kapwa Ko, Mahal Ko

8 am Open Sesame

8:30 am Batang Batibot

9 am Disney Adventures

10:30 am Digital LG Quiz

11:30 am Campus Video

12 nn Eat Bulaga!

2:30 pm Startalk

4 pm Click

5:30 pm Brigada Siete

7 pm Idol Ko si Kap

8 pm Kakabakaba

9 pm GMAs Best

11 pm Master Showman Presents


12:30 am GMA Network News

1 am The 700 Club International

1:30 am to 4 am Jesus Miracle Crusade

Sunday

4 am Hot Science

4:30 am Curiosity Show

5 am Eerie Indiana

5:30 am Ninja Turtles

6 am In Touch with Dr. Charles Stanley

7 am Word of Hope

7:30 am The 700 Club

8:30 am Cathedral of Praise

9 am Chikiting Patrol

9:30 am 5 and Up

10 am Stickin Around

10:30 am Knight Hunters

11 am Fox Kids block

12 nn SOP

2:30 pm Anna Karenina

4 pm S-Files

5:30 pm Partners: Mel & Jay


7 pm Bitoys World

7:30 pm GMA Telesine Special

9:30 pm SNBO: Sunday Night Box Office

11:30 pm Cheche Lazaro Presents

12 mn GMA Network News

12:30 am A Little Night of Music

1 am The 700 Club International

1:30 am Jesus Miracle Crusade

3:30 am to 4:15 am Goosebumps

(source: http://web.archive.org/web/20010306095130/www.gmanetwork.com/tvsked/febuary2001_sk
ed.htm)

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Ron Lucius Herbon nakakamiss ang primetime anime!

December 22, 2010 at 1:16pm Like

Old GMA 7 PROG SKED (mid 2000)

December 22, 2010 at 8:39am

Old GMA 7 PROG SKED (mid 2000)

Weekdays

4:15 am Guidelines for Family Living


4:30 am The 700 Club International

5 am Unang Hirit

8 am Toothbrush Family

8:15 am Ketchup

8:30 am Princess Sissi

9 am -

Enchanted Lands (Monday, Wednesday and Friday)

Koko Kwik Kwak (Tuesday and Thursday)

9:30 am Sesame Street

10 am Teletubbies

10:30 am D! Day

11:30 am Kirara: Ano ang Kulay ng Buhay

12 nn- Eat Bulaga!

1:30 pm Rio del Mar

2 pm Pira-Pirasong Pangarap

2:30 pm Cara Sucia

3 pm Maynila

3:30 pm The Magician

4 pm Ultraman Dyna

4:30 pm Daimos

5 pm Doraemon

5:30 pm Extra Extra


6 pm Saksi

6:30 pm -

Ghost Fighter (Monday, Wednesday and Friday)

Flame of Recca (Tuesday and Thursday)

7 pm -

Dragonball Z (Monday, Wednesday and Friday)

Lupin III (Tuesday and Thursday)

7:30 pm Pinoy Blockblusters (Monday)

Kool Ka Lang (Tuesday)

Beh Bote Nga (Wednesday)

1 For 3 (Thursday)

Friday: 7:30 pm Pokemon

8 pm Combattler V

9:30 pm -

Liwanag ng Hatinggabi (Monday)

Kasangga (Tuesday)

Codename: Verano (Wednesday)

Viva Sinerama (9PM) (Thursday)

Friday: 8:30 pm Bubble Gang

10 pm Comedy Central Presents

11 pm Frontpage: Ulat ni Mel Tiangco

11:30 pm I-Witness (Monday)


The Probe Team (Tuesday)

Debate with Mare at Pare (Wednesday)

Companero Y Companera (Thursday)

Emergency (Friday)

12:30 am The 700 Club (Monday-Thursday)

The 700 Club (Straight Talk) (Friday)

Monday:

1:30 am Go for Gold

3 am to 4:15 am Wide Awake Movies

Tuesday:

1 am The Pulpit of Christ

1:45 am Sisters

3 am to 4:15 am Late Nite Action

Wednesday:

1 am Signs & Wonders

1:45 am Home Improvement

3 am to 4:15 am Sineng Pinoy

Thursday:
1 am Word of Hope

1:45 am Special Hour

3 am to 4:15 am Midnight Theatre

Friday:

1:15 am Let There Be Light

2:15 am to 4 am Jesus Miracle Crusade

Saturday

4 am Renegades

5 am The 700 Club

6 am INC at GMA

7 am Kapwa Ko, Mahal Ko

8 am Pepe & Paco

8:30 am Batang Batibot

9 am Disney Adventures

10:30 am Digital LG Quiz

11:30 am Campus Video

12 nn Eat Bulaga!

2:30 pm Startalk

4 pm Click

5:30 pm Brigada Siete


7 pm Pintados

8:30 pm GMA Love Stories

9:30 pm GMAs Best

11:45 pm Master Showman Presents

1:15 am GMA Network News

1:45 am The 700 Club International

2:30 am to 4 am Jesus Miracle Crusade

Sunday

4 am Early Viva Movies

6 am In Touch with Dr. Charles Stanley

7 am Word of Hope

7:30 am The 700 Club

8:30 am Cathedral of Praise

9 am Chikiting Patrol

9:30 am 5 and Up

10 am Lets Go

10:30 am Knight Hunters

11 am Fox Kids block

12 nn SOP

2:30 pm Anna Karenina

4 pm S-Files
5:30 pm Partners: Mel & Jay

7 pm Bilibkaba

7:30 pm Super Klenk

9 pm Ooops!

9:30 pm SNBO: Sunday Night Box Office

11:30 pm Cheche Lazaro Presents

12 mn GMA Network News

12:30 am A Little Night of Music

1 am The 700 Club International

2:30 am Jesus Miracle Crusade

4 am to 4:15 am Music Video Features

Old GMA 7 PROG SKED (mid 98)

December 22, 2010 at 8:39am

Old GMA 7 PROG SKED (mid 98)

Weekdays

5:30 am Agrisiyete

6 am The 700 Club

6:30 am GMA Balita

7 am Good Morning Asia

8 am Kapwa Ko, Mahal Ko


9 am Sesame Street

9:30 am Batibot

10 am PG (Parents Guide)

10:30 am Aguetas de Color de Rosa

11 am Katok Mga Misis

12 nn Eat Bulaga!

1:30 pm Del Tierro

2 pm Pira-Pirasong Pangarap

2:30 pm Ms. D!

3:30 pm Alice in Wonderland

4 pm Perrine

4:30 pm Ninja Robots

5 pm Mojacko

5:30 pm Saksi

6 pm Dragon Flyz

6:30 pm Ikaw Na Sana

7 pm Gobingo

7:30 pm -

Growing Up (Monday)

MVP (Tuesday)

Viva Sinerama (Wednesday)

Thursday: 7:30 pm Si Tsong, Si Tsang


8 pm 1 for 3

Bubble Gang (Friday)

9 pm -

Manoy en Mokong (Monday)

Ibang Klase (9:30 pm) (Tuesday)

Mikee (9:30 pm) (Wednesday)

Spotlight (Thursday)

Walang Kukurap (Friday)

10:30 pm GMA Network News

11 pm -

Firing Line (Monday)

The Probe Team (Tuesday)

Tapatan with Jay Sonza (Wednesday)

Public Life with Randy David (Thursday)

Emergency (Friday)

12 mn The 700 Club

Monday:

1 am Midnight Prayer Helps

1:30 am Jesus Miracle Crusade

3:30 am to 3:35 am Family Guidelines


Tuesday:

1 am The Pulpit of Christ

1:30 am Jesus Miracle Crusade

3:30 am to 3:35 am Family Guidelines

Wednesday:

1 am Jesus the Healer

2 am Jesus Miracle Crusade

4 am to 4:05 am Family Guidelines

Thursday:

1 am Word of Hope

1:30 am Jesus Miracle Crusade

3:30 am to 3:35 am Family Guidelines

Friday:

1 am Let There Be Light

2 am Jesus Miracle Crusade

4 am to 4:05 am Family Guidelines

Saturday

6 am Jesus the Healer


7 am The 700 Club

8 am Superbook & The Flying House

8:30 am Chikiting Patrol

9 am 5 and Up

9:30 am Chip n Dale

10 am Disney Adventures

12 nn Eat Bulaga!

2:30 pm Startalk

4 pm TGIS

5:30 pm Brigada Siete

7 pm Rainbow Cinema

9 pm GMAs Best

11 pm Master Showman Presents

12 mn GMA Network News

12:30 am The 700 Club (Answers)

1 am to 3 am Jesus Miracle Crusade

Sunday

6 am In Touch with Dr. Charles Stanley

7 am Word of Hope

8 am The 700 Club

9 am Cathedral of Praise
9:30 am Go For Gold

10:30 am Gameplan

11 am Fox Kids block

12 nn SOP

2:30 pm Anna Karenina

4 pm S-Files

5:30 pm Partners: Mel & Jay

7 pm Bilibkaba

7:30 pm GMA Telesine Special

9:30 pm Sunday Limited Engagement

11:30 pm Sunday Night Special

12 mn GMA Network News

12:30 am A Little Night of Music

1 am The 700 Club (Answers)

1:30 am to 3:30 am Jesus Miracle Crusade

Old GMA 7 PROG SKED (late 98)

December 22, 2010 at 8:40am

Old GMA 7 PROG SKED (late 98)

Weekdays

6 am The 700 Club


6:30 am Mornings @ GMA

8 am Magnegosyo

8:30 am Kapwa Ko, Mahal Ko

9 am Sesame Street

9:30 am Batibot

10 am Perrine

10:30 am Azul

11 am Brunch with Bing and Michelle

12 nn Eat Bulaga!

1:30 pm Del Tierro

2 pm Pira-Pirasong Pangarap

2:30 pm Ms. D!

3:30 pm Reboot Year 3

4 pm Mighty Hercules

4:30 pm Mummies Alive

5 pm Extreme Dinosaur

6 pm Mojacko

6:30 pm Saksi

7 pm Halik sa Apoy

7:30 pm -

Pinoy Boockbusters (Monday)

MVP (Tuesday)
Wednesday: 7:30 pm Si Tsong, Si Tsang

8 pm Growing Up

GMA Telesine Special (Thursday)

Gobingo (Friday)

9 pm -

Campus Romance (9:30 pm) (Monday)

Hiwalay Kung Hiwalay (9:30 pm) (Tuesday)

Mikee (9:30 pm) (Wednesday)

GMA Telesine Special (Thursday)

Bubble Gang (Friday)

10:30 pm GMA Network News

11 pm -

Firing Line (Monday)

The Probe Team (Tuesday)

Tapatan with Jay Sonza (Wednesday)

Public Life with Randy David (Thursday)

Emergency (Friday)

12 mn The 700 Club

Monday:

1 am Midnight Prayer Helps

1:30 am Jesus Miracle Crusade


3:30 am to 3:35 am Family Guidelines

Tuesday:

1 am The Pulpit of Christ

1:30 am Jesus Miracle Crusade

3:30 am to 3:35 am Family Guidelines

Wednesday:

1 am Jesus the Healer

2 am Jesus Miracle Crusade

4 am to 4:05 am Family Guidelines

Thursday:

1 am Word of Hope

1:30 am Jesus Miracle Crusade

3:30 am to 3:35 am Family Guidelines

Friday:

1 am Let There Be Light

2 am Jesus Miracle Crusade

4 am to 4:05 am Family Guidelines

Saturday
6 am Jesus the Healer

7 am The 700 Club

8 am Tipong Pinoy

8:30 am Chikiting Patrol

9:30 am 5 and Up

10 am Tales from the Cryptkeeper

10:30 am Disney Adventures

12 nn Eat Bulaga!

2:30 pm Startalk

4 pm TGIS

5:30 pm Brigada Siete

7 pm Rainbow Cinema

9 pm GMAs Best

11 pm Master Showman Presents

12 mn GMA Network News

12:30 am The 700 Club (Answers)

1 am to 3 am Jesus Miracle Crusade

Sunday

6 am In Touch with Dr. Charles Stanley

7 am Word of Hope
8 am The 700 Club

9 am Cathedral of Praise

9:30 am PG (Parents Guide)

10:30 am Gameplan

11 am Rugrats

12 nn SOP

2:30 pm Anna Karenina

4 pm S-Files

5:30 pm Partners: Mel & Jay

7 pm Bilibkaba

7:30 pm Viva Sinerama

9:30 pm SNBO: Sunday Night Box Office

11:30 pm Sunday Night Specials

12 mn GMA Network News

12:30 am A Little Night of Music

1 am The 700 Club (Answers)

1:30 am to 3:30 am Jesus Miracle Crusade

Old GMA 7 PROG SKED (mid/late 2001 & early 2002)

December 22, 2010 at 8:41am

Old GMA 7 PROG SKED (mid/late 2001 & early 2002)

Weekdays
4:25 am Guidelines for Family Living with Harold Sala

4:30 am The 700 Club International (Monday-Thursday)

The 700 Club Local (Friday)

5 am GMA Network News (Replay) (Monday)

Frontpage: Ulat ni Mel Tiangco (Replay) (Tuesday-Friday)

5:30 am Unang Hirit

8:30 am Rotten Ralph

9 am Make Way for Noddy

9:30 am Pollyanna

10 am Morelia

10:30 am SiS

11:30 am Betty La Fea

12 nn Eat Bulaga!

1:30 pm Biglang Sibol: Bayang Imposibol

2 pm Lucia

2:30 pm Samantha

3 pm Sine Siete

4 pm Maynila

4:30 pm Pira-Pirasong Pangarap

5 pm Ghost Fighter

5:30 pm Extra! Extra!


6 pm Saksi

6:30 pm Marimar

7 pm Monica Brava

7:30 pm Sana ay Ikaw na Nga

8 pm Ikaw Lang ang Mamahalin

8:30 pm Kung Mawawala Ka

9 pm -

GMAs Best (Monday)

Kool Ka Lang (Tuesday)

Beh Bote Nga (Wednesday)

Da Boy en Da Girl (Thursday)

Bubble Gang (Friday)

10:30 pm Frontpage: Ulat ni Mel TIangco

11 pm -

I-Witness (Monday)

The Probe Team (Tuesday)

Jessica Soho Reports (Wednesday)

Debate with Mare at Pare (Thursday)

Emergency (Friday)

12 mn Txtube

1 am to 2 am The 700 Club (Monday-Thursday)

Friday: 1 am One Cubed


1:30 am CWN: Christian World News

2 am to 3 am -

Signs and Wonders (Wednesday)

Word of Hope (2 2:30 am) (Thursday)

Friday: 2 am Let There Be Light

3 am to 4:55 am Jesus Miracle Crusade

Saturday

4:55 am Guidelines for Family Living with Harold Sala

5 am The 700 Club

6 am INC at GMA

7 am Kapwa Ko, Mahal Ko

8 am Johnny Bravo

8:30 am The Powerpuff Girls

9 am Sonic Underground

9:30 am Spiderman

10 am Disney Adventures

11:30 am Betty La Fea

12 nn Eat Bulaga!

2:30 pm Startalk

4 pm Click
5 pm Dragonball Z

5:30 pm Hunter X Hunter

6 pm Imbestigador

7 pm Idol Ko si Kap

8 pm Kakabakaba

9 pm Pinoy Blockbusters

11 pm Master Showman Presents

12:30 am GMA Network News

1 am The 700 Club International

1:30 am to 3:30 am Jesus Miracle Crusade

Sunday

4:55 am Guidelines for Family Living with Harold Sala

5 am Ecclesia in Asia

6 am In Touch with Dr. Charles Stanley

7 am Word of Hope

7:30 am The 700 Club

8:30 am Cathedral of Praise

9 am Chikiting Patrol

9:30 am 5 and Up

10 am Digital LG Quiz

11 am Monster Rancher
12 nn SOP

2:30 pm Anna Karenina

4 pm S-Files

5:30 pm Partners: Mel & Jay

7 pm K! The 1 Million Peso Videoke Challenge

8 pm Txtrs5

8:30 pm Daddy Di Do Du

9:30 pm SNBO: Sunday Night Box Office

11:30 pm Cheche Lazaro Presents

12 mn GMA Network News

12:30 am The 700 Club International

1 am to 3 am Jesus Miracle Crusade

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Jason Joseph Aquino 24-hour sila.

December 22, 2010 at 11:05am Like


Jason Joseph Aquino favorite ko ung betty la fea nung i'm was a kid!!!

December 22, 2010 at 11:06am Like


Pinoy Nostalgia @Jason: Yes, in 2002 under Kapuso branding it have backed to the original way.

December 22, 2010 at 12:29pm Like



Marie Jhoanne Pascual 2002...

December 22, 2010 at 12:57pm Like


Ron Lucius Herbon October 27(?), 2002 <to be exact> basta bago mag-end ang OCtober 2002...

December 22, 2010 at 1:14pm Like

ANC names, etc.

December 22, 2010 at 8:41am

ANC names, etc.

SNN: Sarimanok News Network (1996-1999) (shows news in Tagalog, English and regional
languages and also shows ABS-CBN RNG and ABS-CBN late night news and current affairs shows
from 1996-99 and became airing news and shows in all English and also shows ABS-CBN News
shows and DZMM live feed in 1999)

ANC: ABS-CBN News Channel (1999-present) (as an all-English 24/7 news channel. And still airs
ABS-CBN News shows. DZMM live feed from 1999-2009)

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Eugene Emmanuel Asuncion what's that suppose to mean? ANC names, etc?

December 22, 2010 at 11:37am Like


Pinoy Nostalgia ABS-CBN News Channel...

December 22, 2010 at 12:29pm Like


Eugene Emmanuel Asuncion okey thanks

December 22, 2010 at 12:41pm Like

John Christian Canda Domingo Sarimanok New Network.

December 22, 2010 at 3:46pm Like

Old GMA 7 PROG SKED (mid 2002)

December 22, 2010 at 2:06pm

Old GMA 7 PROG SKED (mid 2002)

Weekdays

4:25 am Guidelines for Family Living with Harold Sala

4:30 am The 700 Club International (Monday-Thursday)

The 700 Club Local (Friday)

5 am GMA Network News (Replay) (Monday)

Saksi (Replay) (Tuesday-Friday)

5:30 am Unang Hirit

8:30 am Sesame Street

9 am Make Way for Noddy

9:30 am Pollyanna

10 am Marimar

10:30 am SiS
11:30 am Betty La Fea

12 nn Eat Bulaga!

2 pm Monica Brava

2:30 pm Lucia

3 pm Samantha

3:30 pm Pira-Pirasong Pangarap

4 pm Doraemon

4:30 pm Cats Eye

5 pm Slam Dunk

5:30 pm Extra! Extra!

6 pm Frontpage: Ulat ni Mel Tiangco

6:30 pm Ready Txt Go

7 pm Ikaw Lang ang Mamahalin

7:30 pm Sana ay Ikaw Na Nga

8 pm Ang Iibigin ay Ikaw

8:30 pm Kung Mawawala Ka

9 pm -

GMAs Best (Monday)

Kool Ka Lang (Tuesday)

Nuts Entertainment (Wednesday)

Da Boy en Da Girl (Thursday)

Bubble Gang (Friday)


10:30 pm Saksi

11 pm -

I-Witness (Monday)

The Probe Team (Tuesday)

Jessica Soho Reports (Wednesday)

Debate with Mare at Pare (Thursday)

Emergency (Friday)

12 mn Txtube

1 am to 2 am The 700 Club (Monday-Thursday)

Friday: 1 am One Cubed

1:30 am CWN: Christian World News

2 am to 3 am -

Signs and Wonders (Wednesday)

Word of Hope (2 2:30 am) (Thursday)

Friday: 2 am Let There Be Light

3 am to 4:55 am Jesus Miracle Crusade

Saturday

4:55 am Guidelines for Family Living with Harold Sala

5 am The 700 Club

6 am INC at GMA
7 am Kapwa Ko, Mahal Ko

8 am Johnny Bravo

8:30 am The Powerpuff Girls

9 am Sonic Underground

9:30 am Spiderman

10 am Disney Adventures

11:30 am Betty La Fea

12 nn Eat Bulaga!

2:30 pm Startalk

4 pm Wish Ko Lang!

5 pm Click

6 pm Imbestigador

7 pm Idol Ko si Kap

8 pm Kakabakaba

9 pm Pinoy Blockbusters

11 pm Master Showman Presents

12:30 am GMA Network News

1 am The 700 Club International

1:30 am to 3:30 am Jesus Miracle Crusade

Sunday

4:55 am Guidelines for Family Living with Harold Sala


5 am Ecclesia in Asia

6 am In Touch with Dr. Charles Stanley

7 am Word of Hope

7:30 am The 700 Club

8:30 am Cathedral of Praise

9 am Chikiting Patrol

9:30 am 5 and Up

10 am Digital LG Quiz

11 am Monster Rancher

11:30 am Virtua Fighter

12 nn SOP

2:30 pm Kahit Kailan

4 pm S-Files

5:30 pm Partners: Mel & Jay

7 pm K! The 1 Million Peso Videoke Challenge

8:30 pm Daddy Di Do Du

9:30 pm SNBO: Sunday Night Box Office

11:30 pm Cheche Lazaro Presents

12 mn GMA Network News

12:30 am The 700 Club International

1 am to 3 am Jesus Miracle Crusade


Old GMA 7 PROG SKED (late 2002 & early 2003)

December 22, 2010 at 2:06pm

Old GMA 7 PROG SKED (late 2002 & early 2003)

Weekdays

5 am GMA Flash Report Special Edition (Replay) (Monday)

Saksi (Replay) (Tuesday-Friday)

5:30 am Unang Hirit

8:30 am Sesame Street

9 am Charlotte

9:30 am Little Ana

10 am Marimar

10:30 am SiS

11:30 am Betty La Fea

12 nn Eat Bulaga!

2 pm Monica Brava

2:30 pm Adriana

3 pm Salome

3:30 pm Pira-Pirasong Pangarap

4 pm Detective Conan

4:25 pm PLDT Playtym

4:30 pm Hunter X Hunter


5 pm Flame of Recca

5:30 pm Extra! Extra!

6 pm Frontpage: Ulat ni Mel Tiangco

6:40 pm Ikaw Lang ang Mamahalin

7:20 pm Ang Iibigin ay Ikaw

8 pm Sana ay Ikaw Na Nga

8:40 pm Kung Mawawala Ka

9:20 pm -

GMAs Best (Monday)

Kool Ka Lang (Tuesday)

Nuts Entertainment (Wednesday)

Da Boy en Da Girl (Thursday)

Bubble Gang (Friday)

10:30 pm Saksi

11 pm -

I-Witness (Monday)

The Probe Team (Tuesday)

Jessica Soho Reports (Wednesday)

Debate with Mare at Pare (Thursday)

Emergency (Friday)

12 mn to 1 am Txtube

Saturday
6 am Pasugo

7 am Kapwa Ko, Mahal Ko

8 am Bill & Ben back-to-back with Rotten Ralph

8:30 am Pokemon

9 am Disney Adventures

10:30 am Maynila

11:30 am Betty La Fea

12 nn Eat Bulaga!

2:30 pm Startalk

4 pm Wish Ko Lang!

5 pm Click

6 pm Dragonball Z

6:30 pm Imbestigador

7:30 pm Idol Ko si Kap

8:30 pm Kakabakaba

9:30 pm Blockbuster Cinema

11:20 pm GMA Flash Report Special Edition

11:30 pm to 1 am Master Showman Presents

Sunday

5 am Ecclesia in Asia
6 am In Touch with Dr. Charles Stanley

7 am Lets Go

7:30 am Monster Rancher

8 am Virtua Fighter

8:30 am Magic Knight Rayearth

9 am Digital LG Quiz

10 am Inday: Heart to Heart

11 am Monica Brava: By Request

12 nn SOP

2:30 pm Kahit Kailan

4 pm S-Files

5:30 pm Partners: Mel & Jay

7 pm K! The 1 Million Peso Videoke Challenge

8:30 pm Daddy Di Do Du

9:30 pm SNBO: Sunday Night Box Office

11:30 pm GMA Flash Report Special Edition

11:40 pm to 12:10 am Cheche Lazaro Presents

OLD GMA 7 PROG SKED (mid 2003)

December 22, 2010 at 2:08pm

OLD GMA 7 PROG SKED (mid 2003)

Weekdays
4:30 am Extra Extra (replay)

5 am GMA Flash Report Special Edition (Replay) (Monday)

Saksi (Replay) (Tuesday-Friday)

5:30 am Unang Hirit

8:30 am Paulina

9 am -

Dora the Explorer (Monday, Wednesday and Friday)

Blues Clues (Tuesday and Thursday)

9:30 am Katri, Ang Batang Pastol

10 am Rosalinda

10:30 am SiS

11:30 am Tabatina

12 nn Eat Bulaga!

2 pm Hawak Ko ang Langit

2:30 pm Secretly in Love

3 pm Beautiful Days

4 pm Magical Doremi

4:20 pm Baki the Grappler

4:45 pm Zoids

5:15 pm Miki Loves Yuu

5:45 pm Daisy Siete


6:15 pm Frontpage: Ulat ni Mel Tiangco

7 pm Extra Extra / Extra Challenge

7:30 pm Habang Kapiling Ka

8:10 pm Endless Love

8:50 pm Narito ang Puso Ko

9:30 pm -

Da Boy en Da Girl (Monday)

Kool Ka Lang (Tuesday)

Nuts Entertainment (Wednesday)

Magpakailanman (Thursday)

Bubble Gang (Friday)

11 pm Saksi

11:30 pm -

I-Witness (Monday)

The Probe Team (Tuesday)

Jessica Soho Reports (Wednesday)

Debate with Mare at Pare (Thursday)

Emergency (Friday)

12:30 am to 2 am Txtube

Saturday

6 am Pasugo
7 am Kapwa Ko, Mahal Ko

8 am Disney Adventures

9:30 am Art-is-Kool

10 am Rosalinda

10:30 am Maynila

11:30 am Tabatina

12 nn Eat Bulaga!

2:30 pm Startalk

4 pm Wish Ko Lang!

5 pm Click

6 pm Search for a Star

7 pm Imbestigador

8 pm Idol Ko si Kap

9:30 pm Kakabakaba Adventures

10:30 pm Blockbuster Cinema

12 mn GMA Flash Report Special Edition

12:10 am to 1:40 am Master Showman Presents

Sunday

5 am Ecclesia in Asia

6 am In Touch with Dr. Charles Stanley

7 am Lets Go
7:30 am Monster Rancher

8 am Virtua Fighter

8:30 am Magic Knight Rayearth

9 am Digital LG Quiz

10 am Inday: Heart to Heart

11 am All About You

11:30 am 3R

12 nn SOP

2:30 pm Love to Love

4 pm S-Files

5:30 pm Partners: Mel & Jay

7 pm K! The 1 Million Peso Videoke Challenge

8:30 pm Daddy Di Do Du

9:30 pm SNBO: Sunday Night Box Office

11:30 pm GMA Flash Report Special Edition

11:40 pm to 12:10 am Cheche Lazaro Presents

Old GMA 7 Prog Sked (2006-2007)

December 22, 2010 at 2:09pm

Old GMA 7 Prog Sked (2006-2007)

Weekdays
4:15 am Kay Susan Tayo (Replay) (Monday)

4:30 am Kapuso Mo, Jessica Soho (Replay) (Tuesday)

Reporters Notebook (Replay) (Wednesday)

Pinoy Abroad (Replay) (Thursday)

Emergency (Replay) (Friday)

5:15 am (Monday) and 5 am (Tuesday-Friday) Unang Hirit

8:30 am Sonic X

9 am Doraemon

9:30 am One Piece

10 am Cardcaptor Sakura (Monday-Thursday)

Mobile Kusina (Friday)

10:30 am Sis

11:30 am Yellow Handkerchief

12 nn Eat Bulaga!

2 pm Daisy Siete

2:30 pm Pinakamamahal / Makita Ka Lang Muli

3 pm Now and Forever

3:30 pm Ang Pagbabago

4:30 pm Saiyuki/The Slayers

Later:

3 pm to 5 pm Kapuso Movie Festival


5 pm Dragonball Z/Ghost Fighter

5:30 pm Jewel in the Palace (By Popular Demand)

6:30 pm 24 Oras

7:30 pm Captain Barbell

8:15 pm Majika

9 pm I Luv NY

Later:

8 pm Atlantika

8:30 pm Starstruck: The Next Level

9 pm Bakekang

9:30 pm Love Story in Harvard/Love of the Condor Heroes/A Rosy Life

10 pm -

Lagot Ka, Isusumbong Kita (Monday)

Bahay Mo Ba To? (Tuesday)

Nuts Entertainment (Wednesday)

Magpakailanman (Thursday)

Bubble Gang (Friday)

11 pm & 11:30 pm on Wednesday and Friday Saksi

11:30 pm -

I-Witness (Monday)
Reporters Notebook (Tuesday)

Debate with Mare at Pare (Thursday)

12 mn -

100% Pinoy (Wednesday)

Emergency (Friday)

1 2 am on Monday and Thursday, 12:30 2:30 am on Tuesday, 1 am 2:30 am on Wednesday


and 12:55 2:25 am on Friday Txtube

Saturday

5:30 am Adyenda

6 am Kapwa Ko, Mahal Ko

6:30 am Pretear

7 am Gransazers

8 am Chrono Crusade

8:30 am Art Angel

9 am Battle B-Daman

9:30 am Rockman.EXE

10 am Lovely Day

10:30 am Maynila

11:30 am My Name is Kim Sam Soon Rewind

12 nn Eat Bulaga!

2 pm Startalk

4:30 pm Wish Ko Lang!


5:30 pm Fantastikids

6:30 pm Pinoy Pop Superstar

7:30 pm Bitoys Funniest Videos

8:30 pm Kapuso Mo, Jessica Soho

9:30 pm Imbstigador

10:30 pm Hokus Pokus

11:30 pm Showbiz Stripped

12 mn GMA Flash Report Special Edition

12:30 am to 2 am Master Showman Presents

Sunday

5 am Ecclesia in Asia

6 am Jesus the Healer

7 am Gransazers

8 am Medabots

8:30 am Machine Robo Rescue

9 am BB-Daman Bakugaiden

9:30 am Rockman.EXE

10 am Fullmetal Alchemist

10:30 am Kay Susan Tayo!

11:30 am My Name is Kim Sam Soon Rewind

12 nn SOP Rules
2 pm SOP Gigsters

3 pm Love to Love

4 pm S-Files

6:30 pm Ang Mahiwagang Baul

7 pm Pinoy Meets World

8 pm Mel & Joey

9 pm All Star K!

10 pm Daddy Di Do Du

11 pm SNBO: Sunday Night Box Office

12:30 am GMA Flash Report Special Edition

1 am to 2 am Diyos at Bayan

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Old GMA 7 Prog Sked (2005-2006)

December 22, 2010 at 2:10pm

Old GMA 7 Prog Sked (2005-2006)

Weekdays
4 am GMA Flash Report Special Edition (Replay) (Monday)

24 Oras (Replay) (Tuesday-Friday) (3:30 4:45 am on Wednesday and Friday)

4:45 am Kay Susan Tayo! (Replay) (Monday)

Kapuso Mo, Jessica Soho (Replay) (Tuesday)

Reporters Notebook (Replay) (Wednesday)

Jessica Soho Reports (Replay) (Thursday)

Emergency (Replay) (Friday)

5:15 am San Miguel Day Starters (only Monday, Wednesday and Friday)

5:30 am Unang Hirit

8:30 am Marmalade Boy

9 am Alice in Wonderland

9:30 am The Jungle Book

10 am A Promise of Love at the Dolphin Bay: Uncut

10:30 am Sis

11:30 am Irene

12 nn Eat Bulaga!

2 pm Daisy Siete

2:45 pm Saang Sulok ng Langit

3:15 pm Now and Forever

3:45 pm Glass Shoes

4:30 pm One Piece

5 pm Striker Hungry Heart


5:30 pm Knock Out

6 pm 24 Oras

7 pm Extra Challenge

7:30 pm Darna/Encantadia/Sugo

8:15 pm Full House

9:05 pm Stairway to Heaven

9:35 pm -

Lagot Ka, Isusumbong Kita (Monday)

Bahay Mo Ba To? (Tuesday)

Nuts Entertainment (Wednesday)

Magpakailanman (Thursday)

Bubble Gang (Friday)

11:25 pm Saksi

11:55 pm I-Witness (Monday)

Reporters Notebook (Tuesday)

Jessica Soho Reports (Wednesday)

Debate with Mare at Pare (Thursday)

Emergency (Friday)

12:55 am to 2:25 am Txtube

Saturday

5:30 am Lakas Magsasaka


6 am Pasugo

7 am Kapwa Ko, Mahal Ko

7:30 am Zoids

8 am Captain Fatz

8:30 am Shadow Skill

9 am Art Angel

9:30 am Baki the Grappler

10 am Lovely Day

10:30 am Maynila

11:30 am Endless Love

12 nn Eat Bulaga!

2:30 pm Startalk

4 pm Wish Ko Lang!

4:45 pm Wag Kukurap

5:30 pm Pinoy Pop Superstar

6:30 pm Bitoys Funniest Videos

7:30 pm Extra Challenge

8:15 pm Imbestigador

9:30 pm Idol Ko si Kap

11 pm Tales of Horror

12 mn GMA Flash Report Special Edition

12:10 am to 1:40 am Master Showman Presents


Sunday

5 am Ecclesia in Asia

6 am Cushion Kids

6:30 am Blues Clues

7 am At Your Service

7:30 am Zoids

8 am Captain Fatz

8:30 am Pinoy Anime

9 am Baki the Grappler

10 am Love Hina

10:30 am Kay Susan Tayo!

11 am 3R

11:30 am Endless Love

12 nn SOP Rules

2:30 pm SOP Gigsters

3 pm Love to Love

4:30 pm S-Files

6:30 pm NAKS!

7 pm Mel & Joey

8 pm Kapuso Mo, Jessica Soho

8:30 pm All Star K!


9:30 pm Daddy Di Do Du

10:30 pm SNBO: Sunday Night Box Office

11:30 pm to 12 mn GMA Flash Report Special Edition

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Old Studio 23 Sked (1996-1998)

December 22, 2010 at 2:10pm

Old Studio 23 Sked (1996-1998) (with MTV on daytime)

Weekdays

6 pm Wheel of Fortune (US)

6:15 pm -

The Newlywed Game: Monday, Wednesday to Friday

The Dating Game: Tuesday

6:45 pm Days of our Lives

7:30 pm News 23

8 pm -

Monday:

8 pm The Nanny

8:30 pm Boston Common

Tuesday: 7th Heaven


Wednesday: Cineplex 23 (8 10 pm)

Thursday: Baywatch

Friday: Beverly Hills 90210

9 pm -

Monday: Melrose Place

Tuesday: Dark Skies

Thursday: Relativity

Friday:

9 pm Murphy Brown

9:30 pm Mad About You

10 pm Sunset Beach

11 pm Inside Edition

11:30 pm to 12:30 am Oprah

Saturday

2:30 pm Days of our Lives

5 pm Marvel Action Hour

6 pm X-Men

6:30 pm Wishbone

7 pm Alex Mack

7:30 pm Are You Afraid of the Dark

8 pm Studio 23 Presents
10:30 pm Northern Exposure

11:30 pm to 12 mn Nightstand

Sunday

2:30 pm Days of our Lives

5 pm Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (original version)

5:30 pm Nighthood

6 pm Barman & Robin

6:30 pm Spiderman

7 pm Casper

7:30 pm Early Edition

8:30 pm Highlander

9:30 pm Nowhere Man

10:30 pm Future Quest

11 pm to 12 mn Oprah

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Pinoy Nostalgia @NJ: Yung MTB and other programs.

December 22, 2010 at 3:53pm Like


Jason Joseph Aquino Bakit nag-karoon ng simulcast ng ABS-CBN sa Studio 23? (naabutan ko na yan since
2003)

December 22, 2010 at 4:23pm Like

Mark Manching ^they called Fusion (kahit weak ang signal sa ABS) on other areas

December 23, 2010 at 4:32pm Like

Old Studio 23 Sked (1998-1999)

December 22, 2010 at 6:55pm

Old Studio 23 Sked (1998-1999) (with MTV on daytime)

Weekdays

4:30 pm Skymall

5:30 pm -

The Dating Game (Monday, Wednesday & Friday)

The Newlywed Game (Tuesday & Thursday)

6 pm Wheel of Fortune (US)

6:15 pm Days of our Lives

7 pm Inside Edition

7:30 pm -

Monday: Casper

Tuesday: X-Men

Wednesday: Batman & Robin


Thursday: Extreme Ghostbusters

Friday: Spiderman

8 pm -

Monday: 8 pm Boston Common

8:30 pm Pearl

Tuesday: Early Edition

Wednesday: Cineplex 23 (8-10 pm)

Thursday: Baywatch

Friday: 8 pm Zeo Rangers

8:30 pm Beverly Hills 90210

9 pm -

Monday: Melrose Place

Tuesday: The Big Easy

Thursday: Relativity

Friday: Mad About You (9:30-10 pm)

10 pm Sunset Beach

10:45 pm Oprah

11:30 pm to 12 mn News 23

Saturday

12 nn Skymall

1:30 pm Days of our Lives


5 pm Project Geeker

5:30 pm Highlander (cartoon version)

6 pm Nighthood

6:30 pm Wishbone

7 pm Alex Mack

7:30 pm Are You Afraid of the Dark

8 pm Studio 23 Presents

11 pm to 12 mn Manila Premiere Football League

Sunday

12 nn NFL

5 pm Hoyt & Andys Sportsbender

5:30 pm Enigma

6 pm Dexters Laboratory

6:30 pm Dinosaurs

7 pm Beast Wars

7:30 pm Flipper

8:30 pm The Nanny

9 pm Spin City

9:30 pm Murphy Brown

10 pm Savannah

10:45 pm Movie Magic


11:15 pm to 12 mn Oprah

Old Studio 23 Sked (1999-2000)

December 22, 2010 at 6:56pm

Old Studio 23 Sked (1999-2000)

Weekdays

6 am MTV

11 am The Dating Game

11:30 am The Newlywed Game

12 nn Days of our Lives

12:45 pm MTV

4 pm to 9 pm MBA Games (Wednesday)

6 pm -

Monday: Are You Afraid of the Dark

Tuesday: Saved by the Bell

Thursday: Hang Time

Friday: Alex Mack

6:30 pm -

Monday: MTV Parabos

Tuesday: MTV Jams

Thursday: MTV Most Wanted


Friday: Lifes a Beach

7:30 pm CNN Showbiz Today (except on Wednesday)

8 pm -

Monday: Dawsons Creek

Tuesday: Cineplex 23 (8-10 pm)

Thursday: Highlander

Friday:

8 pm COPS

8:30 pm Pacific Palisades

9 pm -

Monday: Melrose Place

Wednesday: Early Edition

Thursday: Brooklyn South

Friday: Mad About You (9:30 10 pm)

10 pm News Central

10:30 pm Oprah

11:15 pm Sunset Beach

12 mn Inside Edition

12:30 am to 1:30 am MTV

Saturday

6 am MTV
10 am Repeat coverage of the Pro Bowl

1:30 pm MBA Inside & Out

2 pm MBA Games

6 pm Batman

6:30 pm Jumanji

7 pm Goosebumps

7:30 pm Smart Guys

8 pm 7th Heaven

9 pm Studio 23 Presents

11:30 pm to 12 mn Movie Magic

Sunday

6 am MTV

11:30 am MBA First Five

12 nn ASAP (ABS-CBN simulcast)

2:30 pm MBA Games

7 pm Samurai X

7:30 pm Zeo Rangers

8 pm U.S.A. High

8:30 pm The Nanny

9 pm Veronicas Closet

9:30 pm Spin City


10 pm Temporarily Yours

10:30 pm Points of View

11:30 pm Knockout (replay from SNN)

12:30 am to 1:30 am MTV

Old Studio 23 Sked (2000-2001)

December 22, 2010 at 6:56pm

Old Studio 23 Sked (2000-2001)

Weekdays

6:30 am -

CNN Showbiz Tonight (Monday)

News Central (Replay) (Tuesday-Friday)

7 am MTV

11:15 am Sunset Beach

12 nn Days of our Lives

12:45 pm MTV

5 pm Saved by the Bell

5:30 pm -

Monday: Goosebumps

Tuesday: Saved by the Bell

Thursday: Hang Time


Friday: Casper

6 pm -

Monday: MTV Diyes

Tuesday: MTV Most Wanted

Thursday:

6 pm Making the Video

6:30 pm Be Seen @ MTV

Friday:

6 pm Monster by Mistake

6:30 pm Calamity Jane

7 pm Greed (except on Wednesday)

Monday:

7:30 pm U.S.A. High

8 pm Time of Your Life

9 pm Charmed

Tuesday:

7:30 pm Popular

8:30 pm Beverly Hills 90210

9:30 pm Mad About You


Wednesday:

4 pm MBA Games

9 pm Gameplan

Thursday:

7:30 pm Cineplex 23

9:30 pm Guide to Urban Living

Friday:

7:30 pm Exposed

8:30 pm The West Wing

9:30 pm Spin City

10 pm News Central

10:30 pm -

Monday: Points of View

Tuesday-Friday: Oprah

11:15 pm -

Monday-Wednesday: Brooklyn South

Thursday: Travel Time

Friday: Citiline

12:45 am to 1:30 am (Monday-Wednesday) & 12 mn to 1:30 am (Thursday & Friday) MTV


Later:

12:45 am Star Music Videos

1 am to 3 am MTV

Saturday

6:30 am MTV

11 am Extreme Ghostbusters

11:30 am Donkey Kong

12 nn Noontime Movie

1:30 pm Sports Central

2 pm UAAP & MBA Games

7 pm Two of a Kind

7:30 pm 7th Heaven

8:30 pm Early Edition

9:30 pm Studio 23 Presents

12 mn to 1:30 am (later until 3 am) MTV

Sunday

6:30 am MTV

10 am Country Mouse

10:30 am Digswell
11 am Alex Mack

11:30 am Allen Strange

12 nn Knock Out (from SNN to Studio 23 program)

1:30 pm Game Na

2 pm UAAP & MBA Games

7 pm X-Games

8 pm The Nanny

8:30 pm Will & Grace

9 pm Veronicas Closet

9:30 pm Melrose Place

10:30 pm MBA Games

1 am to 1:30 am (later until 3 am) MTV

Old Studio 23 Sked (2001-2003)

December 22, 2010 at 6:57pm

Old Studio 23 Sked (2001-2003)

Weekdays

5:30 am News Central (Replay)

6 am Breakfast

8 am Myx (also with Survivor: Africa and other Survivor seasons live via satellite at 2-3 pm, Friday)

6:30 pm Jenny Jones


Monday

7:30 pm Hidden Cameras

8 pm Dark Angel

9 pm Charmed

Tuesday

7:30 pm Popular

8:30 pm The Others

9:30 pm Just Shoot Me

Wednesday

7:30 pm Scariest Places on Earth

8:30 pm Gameplan

9 pm The District

Thursday

7:30 pm Guide to Urban Living

8 pm Cineplex 23

9:30 pm Celebr8

Friday
7:30 pm Survivor: Africa & other Survivor seasons (Primetime telecast)

8:30 pm Mortal Kombat

9:30 pm Oh Grow Up

10 pm News Central

10:30 pm -

Monday: Points of View

Tuesday-Friday: Oprah

Travel Time Monday, 11:30 pm to 12:30 am

Myx Monday, 12:30-2 am, Tuesday-Thursday, 11:30 pm to 2 am and Friday, 11:30 pm to 3 am

Saturday

6 am Myx

11 am Rugrats

11:30 am Scooby Doo

12 nn Born Free

1 pm Myx

5 pm I Dream of Jeannie

5:30 pm Bewitched

6 pm Guide to Urban Living (Replay)

6:30 pm Digital Tour


7 pm Explorer

7:30 pm Early Edition

8:30 pm Gilmore Girls

9:30 pm Studio 23 Presents

12 mn Reel Deal

12:30 am to 3 am Myx

Sunday

6 am Myx

11 am Green Hornet

11:30 am Batman

12 nn Lassie

12:30 pm M

1 pm Myx

5 pm The Three Stooges

6 pm Rugrats

6:30 pm Starship Troopers

7 pm Batman Beyond

7:30 pm Futurama

8 pm Bette

8:30 pm Veronicas Closet

9 pm Will & Grace


9:30 pm Murder in Small Town X

10:30 pm The Twilight Zone

11 pm News Central

11:30 pm Sunday Night Movies

1 am to 2 am Myx

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Old Studio 23 Sked (early 2003)

December 22, 2010 at 6:57pm

Old Studio 23 Sked (early 2003)

Weekdays

6 am In Fitness & In Health

6:30 am Breakfast

8 am Myx

11:30 am -

Monday, Tuesday & Thursday: Franklin

Thursday: Rainbow Fish

Friday: Hiraya Manawari (rerun)

12 nn LBO: Lunch Box Office

2 pm Myx
6 pm The Three Stooges

6:30 pm -

Monday-Wednesday: Voltron 3rd Dimension

Thursday & Friday: Beast Machines Transformers

7 pm Batman Beyond (except on Wednesday)

7:30 pm -

Samurai X (Monday & Tuesday)

Justice League (Thursday & Friday)

7 pm to 8 pm The Amazing Race (Wednesday)

8 pm -

Monday: Buffy, The Vampire Slayer

Tuesday: Dawsons Creek

Wednesday: Dark Angel

Thursday: Barkada Nights (8-10 pm)

Friday: Angel (8-10 pm)

9 pm -

Monday: Charmed

Tuesday: Smallville

Wednesday: The X-Files

10 pm News Central

10:30 pm Oprah
11:30 pm The Twilight Zone

12 mn to 2 am (until 3 am on Friday or early Saturday morning) Myx

Saturday

9 am Myx

11 am Rugrats

11:30 am Scooby Doo

12 nn Early Edition

1 pm Myx

4 pm Pahina (rerun)

5 pm Cyber Myx

6 pm Travel Time

6:30 pm Beast Machines Transformers

7 pm Gameplan

7:30 pm 7th Heaven

8:30 pm Boston Public

9:30 pm Studio 23 Presents

11:30 pm Reel Deal

12 mn to 3 am Myx

Sunday

8 am Sunday for Skeptics


9 am Myx

11 am I Dream of Jeannie

11:30 am Bewitched

12 nn Early Edition

1 pm Myx

6 pm Invasion America

6:30 pm Digital Tour

7 pm Exposed

8 pm Yes, Dear

8:30 pm Just Shoot Me

9 pm Will & Grace

9:30 pm The West Wing

10:30 pm Scariest Place on Earth

11:30 pm News Central

12 mn to 2 am Myx

Old Studio 23 Sked (mid & late 2003)

December 22, 2010 at 6:58pm

Old Studio 23 Sked (mid & late 2003)

Weekdays

6 am In Fitness & In Health


6:30 am Breakfast

8 am The Three Stooges

8:30 am Bewitched (Monday, Wednesday and Friday)

I Dream of Jeannie (Tuesday & Thursday)

9 am Rugrats (Monday, Wednesday & Friday)

Scooby Doo (Tuesday & Thursday)

9:30 am -

Maggie and the Ferocious Beast (Monday)

Franklin (Tuesday & Thursday)

Rainbow Fish (Wednesday)

Hiraya Manawari (rerun) (Friday)

10 am Fusion (shows of ABS-CBN are simulcast on Studio 23. With Survivor: Amazon live via
satellite at 2-3 pm, Friday)

7 pm Batman: The Animated Series

7:30 pm Samurai X

8 pm -

Monday: Buffy, The Vampire Slayer

Tuesday: Dawsons Creek

Wednesday: Dark Angel

Thursday: Barkada Nights (8-10 pm)

Friday: Angel

9 pm -

Monday: Charmed
Tuesday: Smallville

Wednesday: The X-Files

Friday: The Bachelor

10 pm News Central

10:30 pm Oprah

11:30 pm The Twilight Zone

12 mn to 3 am Myx

Saturday

8 am Myx

12 nn Fusion (shows of ABS-CBN are simulcast on Studio 23)

5:30 pm Combat Missions

7 pm Gameplan

7:30 pm Survivor: Amazon (Primetime telecast)

8:30 pm Boston Public

9:30 pm Studio 23 Presents

11:30 pm Reel Deal

12 mn to 3 am Myx

Sunday

8 am Sunday for Skeptics

9 am Myx
12 nn Fusion (shows of ABS-CBN are simulcast on Studio 23)

5:30 pm Godzilla

6 pm The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron

6:30 pm Futurama

7 pm Digital Tour

7:30 pm Spy TV

8 pm Yes, Dear

8:30 pm Just Shoot Me

9 pm Will & Grace

9:30 pm The West Wing

10:30 pm Scariest Places on Earth

11:30 pm News Central

12 mn to 3 am Myx

Old Studio 23 Sked (2005-2006)

December 22, 2010 at 6:58pm

Old Studio 23 Sked (2005-2006)

Weekdays

6 am Wazzup Wazzup (Replay)

6:30 am Breakfast

8 am In Fitness & In Health


8:30 am Myx

Bewitched Monday & Friday, 11:30 am-12 nn and Tuesday-Thursday, 10:30-11 am

The Amazing Race (Live via Satellite) Wednesday, 9-10:30 am

11 am -

Sineskwela (old episodes) (Monday, Wednesday & Friday)

Math Tinik (old episodes) (Tuesday & Thursday)

12 nn LBO: Lunch Box Office

1:50 pm Sports Report

Monday

2 pm Astro Boy

3 pm to 5:50 pm Rave

Tuesday

2 pm Fruits Basket

5 pm to 5:50 pm Angelic Layer

Wednesday

2 pm Fruits Basket

4 pm to 5:50 pm Duel Masters

Thursday
2 pm Fruits Basket

4 pm to 5:50 pm Angelic Layer

Friday

2 pm Survivor: Guatemala (Live via Satellite)

3 pm to 5:50 pm Duel Masters

5:50 pm Sports Report

6 pm -

Monday: Getbackers

Tuesday: His & Her Circumstance

Wednesday and Thursday: Batman Beyond

Friday: 6 pm Batman Beyond

6:30 pm Justice League Unlimited

6:30 pm Spirits (rerun)/Pinoy Big Brother: Si Kuya, Kabarkada Mo (except on Friday)

7 pm Wazzup Wazzup (until 8 pm on Friday)

7:30 pm -

Monday: The Swan (Season 2)

Tuesday: Andromeda

Wednesday: The Amazing Race (Primetime telecast)

Thursday: The Contenders


Friday: 8 pm Survivor: Guatemala (Primetime telecast)

9 pm Barkada Nights (formerly from 8-10 pm)

8:20 pm -

Monday: Tru Calling

Tuesday: Smallville

Wednesday: CSI

Thursday: Alias

9:10 pm -

Monday: Charmed

Tuesday: Point Pleasant

Wednesday: Life As We Know It

Thursday: Desperate Housewives

10 pm News Central

10:30 pm -

Monday: The West Wing

Tuesday-Friday: Oprah

11:30 pm -

Just Shoot Me (Monday, Tuesday, Thursday & Friday)

The Mens Room (Tuesday)

12 mn to 2 am (until 3 am on Friday) Myx

Saturday
7 am Family Rosary Crusade

8 am The 700 Club Asia

8:30 am Postman Pat

9:30 am The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron

10:30 am X-Men Evolution

11 am Team Eexplorer

11:30 am The Travel Show

12 nn LBO: Lunch Box Office

Later:

12 nn National Quiz Bee

1 pm Spotlight TV

1:30 pm Top Gear

2 pm Fruits Basket

4 pm Angelic Layer

6 pm Sports TV

6:30 pm Nginiig: The Hidden Files

7:20 pm Gilmore Girls

8:10 pm Jack & Bobby

9 pm Studio 23 Presents

12 mn to 12:30 am Reel Deal


Sunday

8 am The 700 Club Asia

8:30 am The Key of David

9 am Rivers of Living Water: Catholic Community Healing Mass

10 am The Good Life with Cory Quirino

11 am Paradigm Chef

11:30 am Chefs on the Go

12 nn Sunday LBO

Later:

12 nn National Quiz Bee

1 pm Hotwire

1:30 pm Gameplan

2 pm Fruits Basket

4 pm Angelic Layer

6 pm E Club

7 pm Y Speak Live

8 pm Joey

8:30 pm Living with Fran

9 pm Will & Grace


9:30 pm F

10:15 pm Digital Tour

10:45 pm Badminton Extreme

11:30 pm Angel

12:15 am to 3 am Myx

Old Studio 23 Sked (2006-2007)

December 22, 2010 at 6:59pm

Old Studio 23 Sked (2006-2007)

Weekdays

5:30 am Wazzup Wazzup (Replay)

6 am Breakfast

7:30 am BLOG: Barkada Log (Replay)

8 am Myx (with The Amazing Race live via satellite at Monday, 8:30-9:30 am)

11 am Pinoy Dream Academy Streaming

12:30 pm and 12 nn on Friday LBO: Sunshine of Love

1:30 pm and 12:30 pm to 1 pm on Friday LBO: Green Rose

Monday & Tuesday

2 pm Andromeda

5 pm Batman Beyond
5:30 pm Monkey Typhoon

Wednesday & Thursday

2 pm to 6 pm Myx

Friday

1 pm Survivor: Cook Island (Live via Satellite)

2 pm Myx

6 pm BLOG: Barkada Log

6:30 pm Pinoy Dream Academy on Studio 23

Friday:

6 pm Superman: The Animated Series

6:30 pm Justice League Unlimited

7 pm Wazzup Wazzup

7:30 pm -

Monday: The Amazing Race (Primetime telecast)

Tuesday: Gilmore Girls

Wednesday: CSI

Friday: 7th Heaven


Thursday:

7:30 pm Joey

8 pm Two and a Half Men

8:30 pm Will & Grace

9 pm Greys Anatomy

8:20 pm -

Monday: Lost

Tuesday: Smallville

Wednesday: Las Vegas

Friday: Charmed

9:10 pm -

Monday: Alias

Tuesday: 24

Wednesday: Its a Guy Thing

Friday: Ghost Whisperer

with Studio 23 News Update at 7:55 & 8:55 pm.

10 pm News Central

Monday

10:30 pm Wickedly Perfect

11:30 pm Travel Time


12 mn to 3 am Myx

Tuesday-Friday

10:30 pm Oprah

12 mn to 3 am and 11:30 pm to 3 am on Thursday Myx

Saturday

7:30 am Postman Pat

8 am Field Trip / The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron

8:30 am Channel Kids / Field Trip

9 am Gate Keepers

9:30 am Tag Team

10 am Jobs TV

10:30 am BKTV: Bantay Kalikasan TV

11 am The Travel Show

11:30 am Team Explorer

12 nn Saturday LBO: Nginiig Paranormal Investigation

1 pm Spotlight TV

1:30 pm Top Gear

2 pm UAAP

6 pm Sports TV

6:30 pm Pinoy Dream Academy on Studio 23


7:30 pm Survivor: Cook Island (Primetime telecast)

8:30 pm Just Deal

9 pm Barkada Nights

11:30 pm Reel Deal

12 mn to 3 am Myx

Sunday

7:30 am Family Rosary Crusade

9 am Rivers of Living Water: Catholic Community Healing Mass

10 am The Good Life with Cory Quirino

11 am USI

11:30 am Welcome Home

12 nn Hotwire

1:30 pm Gameplan

2 pm UAAP

6:30 pm Exposed

7 pm Y Speak Live

8 pm Gag Ito

8:30 pm Us Girls

9:15 pm Desperate Housewives

10:15 pm Digital Tour

10:45 pm Badminton Extreme


11:30 pm to 3 am Myx

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Old RPN 9 Sked (1999-2000)

December 22, 2010 at 7:21pm

Old RPN 9 Sked (1999-2000)

Weekdays

6 am Joyce Meyer

6:30 am This is Your Day with Benny Hinn

7 am Newswatch (Final Edition) (Replay) (Monday-Wednesday & Friday)

Don Clower (Thursday)

7:45 am Legal Forum

Monday-Thursday

8 am to 10:30 am Global Window

Friday

8 am Newslight

9 am to 10:30 am Global Window

10:30 am -
Capt. Planet (Monday)

Cartoons (Tuesday-Thursday)

Science Court (Friday)

11 am Afternoon Telenovela

12 nn Arangkada

12:30 pm Cinehaus 9

4:30 pm -

Monday-Thursday: Beakmans World

Friday: Afternoon Comic Medley

5 pm Newswatch (Evening Edition)

5:30 pm Preciosa

6 pm La Usur Padora

6:30 pm Maria Isabel

7 pm -

Monday: 7 pm Americas Funniest Home Videos

7:30 pm Ned & Stacey

Tuesday: Martial Law

Wednesday: 7 pm Over the Top

7:30 pm Sparks, Sparks

Thursday: 7 pm Hudson Street

7:30 pm Partners

Friday: 7 pm Femme Fatales


7:30 pm Just Kidding

8 pm -

Monday: C:16

Tuesday: Ally McBeal

Wednesday: Pensacola

Thursday: Buffy, the Vampire Slayer

Friday: 8 pm Two Guys, a Girl and a Pizza Place

8:30 pm Dharma & Greg

9 pm -

Monday: The X-Files

Tuesday: Chicago Hope

Wednesday: Sa Bayan

Thursday: Felicity

Friday: TV Greats on Friday (9-11 pm)

10 pm -

Monday: Motown

Tuesday: Toksho ni Pareng Shooli

Wednesday: Wednesday Specials

Thursday: NYPD Blue

11 pm Newswatch (Final Edition)

11:30 pm to 12:30 am -

Monday: Talk of the Town


Tuesday: Ngayon Na, Pinoy (up to 12 mn)

Wednesday: 11:30 pm Make My Day

12 mn to 12:30 am Family Rosary Crusade

Thursday: 11:30 pm The Police Hour

12 mn to 12:30 am The Estrada Presidency

(also, sign off at 11:30 pm on Friday)

Saturday

7 am Asin at Ilaw

7:30 am Sharing in the City

8:30 am Cartoons

9 am Gadget Boy & Heather

9:30 am Cartoons

10 am Barney & Friends

10:30 am Penpen de Sarapen

11:30 am Better Home Ideas

12 nn Battle of the Brains

1:30 pm Yan ang Bata

2 pm Amazing Grace

3 pm Tropang Pinoy

4 pm Magandang Hapon

5 pm Isumbong Mo kay Tulfo


6 pm Short TV Thrillers

7 pm The Visitor

8 pm The Practice

9 pm Saturday Night Playhouse

11 pm to 11:30 pm Business Class

Sunday

6 am Shalom

7 am Sunday Mass

8 am Exalted Words

9 am Chinese Movie

10:30 am How Bout My Place

11 am Beauty School Plus

12 nn Family Kwarta o Kahon

1:30 pm The Making of

2 pm Ipaglaban Mo

3:30 pm Kabalikat sa Bahat at Buhay

4:30 pm Goggle V

5 pm First Lady ng Masa

5:30 pm Filipino Chronicles

6 pm Monkey Magic

6:30 pm M Planet
7 pm Its a Miracle

8 pm Kids Say the Darndest Things

9 pm Sundays Big Event

11 pm to 11:30 pm Sunday Report

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Old RPN 9 Sked (2000-2001)

December 23, 2010 at 8:08am

Old RPN 9 Sked (2000-2001)

Weekdays

6 am Joyce Meyer

6:30 am This is Your Day with Benny Hinn

7 am -

Monday to Wednesday: Don Clower

Thursday & Friday: Primetime Balita (Replay)

7:45 am Legal Forum

8 am -

Monday: Family Rosary Crusade

Tuesday to Thursday: Global Window

Friday: Newslight
9 am Global Window

12:45 pm Ikaw at ang Batas

1 pm Global Window

5 pm Hatol ni Apostol

5:05 pm Beakmans World

5:30 pm -

Monday: Superfriends

Tuesday: Tiny Toons

Wednesday: Tazmania

Thursday: Sylvester

Friday: The Flintstones

6 pm Arangkada Xtra Balita

6:30 pm Quinceanera

7 pm The Filipinos of Miss Saigon

7:30 pm -

Monday: Americas Funniest Home Videos

Tuesday: Femme Fatales

Wednesday: Amazing People

Thursday: Holding the Baby

Friday: Just Kidding

8 pm -

Monday: Pretender
Tuesday: Ally McBeal

Wednesday: Roswell

Thursday: Buffy, the Vampire Slayer

Friday: 8 pm 2 Guys, a Girl and a Pizza Place

8:30 pm Dharma & Greg

9 pm -

Monday: The X-Files

Tuesday: The Practice

Wednesday: Its a Miracle

Thursday: Felicity

Friday: Inday Badidays The Truth & Nothing But the Truth

10 pm Primetime Balita

10:30 pm -

Monday: Honasan Reports

Tuesday: Tapatan with Jay Sonza

Wednesday: Wrestling (WWF/WWE)

Thursday: Chicago Hope

11:30 pm to 12:30 am -

Tuesday: Ngayon na, Pinoy

Wednesday: Kasangga mo ang Langit

Thursday: The Police Hour

10:30 pm to 12:30 am TV Greats on Friday


Saturday

7 am Asin at Ilaw

7:30 am Sharing in the City

8:30 am Woody Woodpecker

9:30 am For Kids Only

10 am Barney & Friends

10:30 am Penpen de Sarapen

11:30 am Better Home Ideas

12 nn Battle of the Brains

2 pm Planet Speed

3 pm Biyaheng Langit

3:30 pm Global Window

4 pm Tropang Pinoy

6 pm Sa Bayan

7 pm Conan

8 pm Martial Law

9 pm Saturday Night Playhouse

11 pm Business Class

11:30 pm to 1:30 am Late Night Movie

Sunday
6 am Shalom

7 am Sunday Mass

8 am Exalted Words

9 am Chinese Movie

10 am Komida con Amor

10:30 am How Bout My Place

11 am Beauty School Plus

12 nn Family Kuarta o Kahon

2 pm Kakampi

4 pm In His Steps

4:30 pm Comic Medley

5 pm First Lady ng Masa

5:30 pm Hollywood Squares

6 pm Monkey Magic

6:30 pm M Planet

7 pm Ripleys Believe It or Not!

8 pm Kids Say the Darndest Things

8:30 pm Stark Raving Mad

9 pm Sundays Big Event

11 pm Sunday Report

11:30 pm to 12 mn The Estrada Presidency

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Old RPN 9 Sked (2006-2007)

December 23, 2010 at 8:09am

Old RPN 9 Sked (2006-2007)

Weekdays

7 am Newswatch Aksyon Balita (Replay)

8 am -

Monday: Sharing in the City (Replay)

Tuesday: 8 am Power & Mercy

8:30 am Balikatan sa Bahay at Buhay

Wednesday: Friends Again

Thursday: 8 am Power & Mercy

8:30 am Tagamend

Friday: Dees Day (Replay)

9 am TV Shopping

9:30 am This is Your Day with Benny Hinn

10 am TV Shopping

11 am Global Window (and also, Real Lives, Real People on Wednesday)

12 nn -

Monday: For M
Tuesday: Cebu (rerun)

Wednesday: Better Home Ideas (rerun)

Thursday: Dees Day

Friday: Makeover

1 pm Insight Inside

2 pm TV Shopping

4:25 pm Ikaw at ang Batas

4:30 pm Mr. Fighting: Fight for Love

5 pm Newswatch Aksyon Balita

6 pm Complete Savages

6:30 pm Jake in Progress

7 pm -

Monday: 7 pm Scare Tactics

7:30 pm Girls Behaving Badly

Tuesday: Project Runway

Wednesday: Iron Chef

Thursday: The 4400

Friday: NCIS

8 pm -

Monday: Movie Monday (8-10 pm)

Tuesday: Australias Next Top Model

Wednesday: Summerland
Thursday: Medium

Friday: CSI: Miami

9 pm -

Tuesday: 9 pm Good Girls Down

9:30 pm Sex in the City

Wednesday: Extreme Makeover (Home Edition)

Thursday: Cold Case

Friday: Without a Trace

10 pm Newswatch

10:30 pm -

Monday: Go Negosyo

Tuesday: Tuesday Night Treat (10:30 pm 12:30 am)

Wednesday: Cerge for Truth

Thursday: 10:30 pm PMAX

11 pm Kasangga mo ang Langit

Friday: TV Greats on Friday (10:30 pm 12:30 am)

11:30 pm to 12:30 am -

Monday: Kapihan ng Bayan

Wednesday: Kerygma (11:30 pm 12 mn)

Thursday: The Police Hour

Saturday
6 am Sharing in the City

7 am Asin at Ilaw

7:30 am Global Window

8 am Magnegosyo Tayo

8:30 am Mundo

9 am Sylvester & Tweety Mysteries

9:30 am Codename: Kids Next Door

10 am Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2005 version)

10:30 am Bratz

11 am Popeye & Son

12 nn In This Corner

1 pm Buhay Pinoy

2 pm WOW: Whats on Weekend

3 pm Go Negosyo (Replay)

4 pm Biyaheng Langit

4:30 pm Smashing Action

5 pm Kalusugan TV

6 pm Just for Laughs (with Mr. Fu)

7 pm WWE Raw

8 pm CSI: NY

9 pm to 11 pm Saturday Night Playhouse

Sunday
6:30 am Sunday Mass

7:30 am Shalom

8:30 am Global Window

1 pm The Main Event (VIVA Boxing)

2 pm The Basketball Show

3 pm Golf Power

3:30 pm Fistorama

4:30 pm Pinoy Sports Idol

5 pm World Poker Tour

6 pm WWE Experience

7 pm WWE Smackdown

8 pm The Ultimate Fighter

9 pm Sundays Big Event

11:30 pm The Working President

12 mn to 1 am Lifes Turning Point

Names of RPN primetime block

December 23, 2010 at 8:09am

Names of RPN primetime block

RPN Rated Prime Nights (2002-2004)


Prime Shift (2004-2007)

RPN: Kasama Mo (2007)

RPN: Pare! (2007-2008)

Old ABC 5 Sked (2001-2002)

December 23, 2010 at 8:10am

Old ABC 5 Sked (2001-2002)

Weekdays

9 am Smart TV Shopping

10 am Metro TV Shopping

11 am Smart TV Shopping

12 nn Sine Klasiks

2 pm Quantum Showcase

4 pm Family Rosary Crusade

4:30 pm Pangarap Kong Jackpot

5:30 pm Balitang-Balita

6 pm -

Monday: F

Tuesday: Dragon League

Wednesday: Pygmalio

Thursday: Shinlato
Friday: Lazenca

6:30 pm -

Monday: Maha Go-Go-Go

Tuesday: Two Years Vacation with Dinosaurs

Wednesday: Time Quest

Thursday: Fancy Lala

Friday: Restol

7 pm -

Monday: The Big Night (7-9 pm)

Tuesday: ABC Action Theater (7-9 pm)

Wednesday: 7 pm Planet X

7:30 pm Sabrina, The Teenage Witch

Thursday: Guinness World Records Primetime

Friday: 7 pm Top of the Pops

7:30 pm By Request

8 pm -

Wednesday: 8 pm Chicago Sons

8:30 pm Friends

Thursday: Soldier of Fortune

Friday: Touched by an Angel

9 pm -

Monday: 9 pm Life with Roger


9:30 pm Trabaho Lang

Tuesday: 9 pm That 70s Show

9:30 pm RX Files

Wednesday: E.R.

Thursday: 9 pm Normal Ohio

9:30 pm The Exchange

Friday: 9 pm Working

9:30 pm On Air

10 pm The Big News

10:30 pm -

Monday: High Tide

Tuesday: FX The Series

Wednesday: Philippines Most Wanted

Thursday: 10:30 pm Strangers

11 pm New York Undercover

Friday: Friday Box Office (FBO) (10:30 pm-12:30 am)

11:30 pm Wednesday: Police Academy

11:30 pm to 12 mn on Monday & Tuesday, 12:30 am to 1 am on Wednesday and Friday and 12 mn


to 12:30 am on Thursday The Big News (Replay)

Saturday

8:30 am Cooking with Sandy Daza

9 am Blocktime
10 am Smart TV Shopping

11 am Mommy Academy

11:30 am Quantum Showcase

1:30 pm Video Hit Parade

2 pm Video Hot Tracks

2:30 pm Capt. America

3 pm Smart TV Shopping

4 pm Metro TV Shopping

5 pm Transformers Original

5:30 pm Hersheys Kids Town

6 pm Vampires

6:30 pm Sailormoon Super S

7 pm Tropang Trumpo (Ang Orig) (rerun)

8 pm Ispup

9 pm Saturday Night Specials

11 pm to 12 mn Diagnosis Murder

Sunday

8:30 am Cartoon

9 am Infochat

9:30 am Metro TV Shopping

11:30 am Chinese Variety Show


12 nn Quantum Showcase

2 pm Smart TV Shopping

3 pm Metro TV Shopping

5 pm Capt. America

5:30 pm Simba

6 pm Sinbad

6:30 pm Guyferd

7 pm Sing Galing

8 pm Wow Mali

9 pm Eezy Dancing

10 pm Sunday Night Movies

12 mn to 1 am The Sentinel

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Old ABS-CBN Program Schedule (from 2005-2006)

December 23, 2010 at 8:23am

Old ABS-CBN Program Schedule (from 2005-2006)

Weekdays

KUMIKITANG KABUHAYAN

Time: 05:00 AM 05:15 AM


Duration: 15 minutes

Category: Lifestyle

Host: Alex Santos

MAGANDANG UMAGA, PILIPINAS

Time: 05:15 AM 08:30 AM

Duration: 3 hrs. & 15 mins.

Category: News & Public Affairs

Host: Julius Babao

MADELINE

Time: 08:30 AM 09:00 AM

Duration: 30 minutes

Category: Educational

THE FAIRY TALER

Time: 09:00 AM 09:30 AM

Duration: 30 minutes

Category: Educational Fantasy

Host: Hans Christian Anderson

BEY BLADE
Time: 09:30 AM 10:00 AM

Duration: 30 minutes

Category: Action Anime

THE 101ST PROPOSAL

Time: 10:00 AM 10:30 AM

Duration: 30 minutes

Category: Romance Drama

Cast: Choi Ji Woo

HOME BOY

Time: 10:30 AM 11:30 AM

Duration: 1 hour

Category: Talk

Host: Boy Abunda

RUBI

Time: 11:30 AM 12:00 NN

Duration: 30 minutes

Category: Drama

Cast: Barbara Mori


PILIPINAS, GAME KNB?

Time: 12:00 NN 12:50 PM

Duration: 50 minutes

Category: Game

Host: Kris Aquino

WOWOWEE

Time: 12:50 PM 02:40 PM

Duration: 1 hr. & 50 mins.

Category: Game

Host: Willie Revillame

KAPAMILYA CINEMA

Time: 02:40 PM 04:00 PM

Duration: 1 hr. & 20 mins.

Category: Special

PASION DE AMOR

Time: 04:00 PM 04:30 PM

Duration: 30 minutes

Category: Romance Drama

Cast: Mario Cimarro


LITTLE AMY

Time: 04:30 PM 05:00 PM

Duration: 30 minutes

Category: Drama

Cast: Danna Paola

MR. BEAN

Time: 05:00 PM 05:30 PM

Duration: 30 minutes

Category: Comedy Anime

NARUTO

Time: 05:30 PM 06:00 PM

Duration: 30 minutes

Category: Action Anime

METEOR GARDEN Season 2

Time: 06:00 PM 06:30 PM

Duration: 30 minutes

Category: Romance Drama

Cast: Barbie Xiu


TV PATROL WORLD

Time: 06:30 PM 07:30 PM

Duration: 1 hour

Category: News

Host: Karen Davila

MGA ANGHEL NA

WALANG LANGIT

Time: 07:30 PM 08:00 PM

Duration: 35 minutes

Category: Drama

Cast: Myles Ocampo

IKAW ANG LAHAT SA AKIN

Time: 08:05 PM 08:35 PM

Duration: 30 minutes

Category: Romance Drama

Cast: Claudine Barretto

KAMPANERANG KUBA

Time: 08:35 PM 09:20 PM


Duration: 45 minutes

Category: Fantasy Drama

Cast: Anne Curtis

PINOY BIG BROTHER

Time: 09:20 PM 10:00 PM

Duration: 40 minutes

Category: Reality

Host: Toni Gonzaga

GREEN ROSE

Time: 10:00 PM 10:30 PM

Duration: 30 minutes

Category: Romance Drama

Cast: Ko Soo

OK FINE, TO ANG GUSTO NYO! (MONDAY)

Time: 10:30 PM 11:30 PM

Duration: 1 hour

Category: Comedy

Cast: Aga Muhlach


BORA (TUESDAY)

Time: 10:30 PM 11:30 PM

Duration: 1 hour

Category: Comedy

Cast: Piolo Pascual

YES YES SHOW (WEDNESDAY)

Time: 10:30 PM 11:30 PM

Duration: 1 hour

Category: Comedy Gag

Cast: Vhong Navarro

MAALAALA MO KAYA (THURSDAY)

Time: 10:30 PM 12:00 MN

Duration: 1 hr. & 30 mins.

Category: Real Life Drama

Host: Charo Santos-Concio

24 Season 3 (FRIDAY)

Time: 10:30 PM 11:30 PM

Duration: 1 hour

Category: Action Drama


Cast: Kiefer Sutherland

INSIDER

Time: 11:30 PM 12:00 MN & 12:00 MN 12:30 AM ON THURSDAY

Duration: 30 minutes

Category: News

Host: Ricardo Dong Puno

THE CORRESPONDENTS (MONDAY)

Time: 12:00 MN 01:00 AM

Duration: 1 hour

Category: Current Affairs

Host: Abner Mercado

PIPOL (TUESDAY)

Time: 12:00 MN 01:00 AM

Duration: 1 hour

Category: Current Affairs

Host: Ces Orea-Drilon

KONTROBERSYAL (WEDNESDAY)

Time: 12:00 MN 01:00 AM


Duration: 1 hour

Category: Current Affairs

Host: Boy Abunda

PROBE (THURSDAY)

Time: 12:30 AM 01:30 AM

Duration: 1 hour

Category: Public Affairs

Host: Che-Che Lazaro

PRIVATE I (FRIDAY)

Time: 12:00 MN 01:00 AM

Duration: 1 hour

Category: Public Affairs

Host: Gus Abelgas

PINOY BIG BROTHER Up Late

Time: 01:00 AM 01:30 AM & 01:30 AM 02:00 AM ON THURSDAY

Duration: 30 minutes

Category: Reality

Host: Marielle Rodriguez


THE 700 CLUB

Time: 01:30 AM 02:00 AM & 02:00 AM 02:30 AM ON THURSDAY

Duration: 30 minutes

Category: Special

Host: Pat Robertson

ONE CUBED (FRIDAY)

Time: 01:30 AM 02:00 AM

Duration: 30 minutes

Category: Special

Host: Mish

Saturday

SALAMAT DOK

Time: 05:45 AM 07:00 AM

Duration: 1 hr. & 15 mins.

Category: Health Oriented

Host: Cheryl Cosim

BEAR IN THE

BIG BLUE HOUSE

Time: 07:00 AM 07:30 AM


Duration: 30 minutes

Category: Educational

INCREDIBLE STORY STUDIO

Time: 07:30 AM 08:00 AM

Duration: 30 minutes

Category: Educational Fantasy

Host: Camille Devine

RAGNAROK, THE ANIMATION

Time: 08:00 AM 08:30 AM

Duration: 30 minutes

Category: Action Anime

POWER RANGERS,

WILD FORCE

Time: 08:30 AM 09:00 AM

Duration: 30 minutes

Category: Action Fantasy

ART JAM

Time: 09:00 AM 09:30 AM


Duration: 30 minutes

Category: Educational

Host: Epi Quizon

ANGELIC LAYER

Time: 09:30 AM 10:00 AM

Duration: 30 minutes

Category: Action Anime

TOTALLY SPIES

Time: 10:00 AM 10:30 AM

Duration: 30 minutes

Category: Teen Anime

FRUIT BASKET

Time: 10:30 AM 11:00 AM

Duration: 30 minutes

Category: Teen Romance Anime

SAVE THE LAST

DANCE FOR ME Rewind

Time: 11:00 AM 12:00 NN


Duration: 1 hour

Category: Romance Drama

Cast: Kim Eugene

PILIPINAS, GAME KNB?

Time: 12:00 NN 12:50 PM

Duration: 50 minutes

Category: Game

Host: Kris Aquino

WOWOWEE

Time: 12:50 PM 03:00 PM

Duration: 2 hrs. & 10 mins.

Category: Game

Host: Willie Revillame

ENTERTAINMENT KONEK

Time: 03:00 PM 04:30 PM

Duration: 1 hr & 30 mins.

Category: Showbiz Oriented Talk

Host: Ogie Diaz


CLOSE UP TO FAME

Time: 04:30 PM 05:30 PM

Duration: 1 hour

Category: Reality Search

Host: Heart Evangelista

NGINIIIG! Year 2

Time: 05:30 PM 06:30 PM

Duration: 1 hour

Category: Real Life Horror Drama

Host: Maja Salvador

MY JUAN AND ONLY

Time: 06:30 PM 07:20 PM

Duration: 50 minutes

Category: Comedy

Cast: Ai Ai delas Alas

QUIZON AVENUE

Time: 07:20 PM 08:15 PM

Duration: 55 minutes

Category: Comedy Gag


Cast: Dolphy

PINOY BIG BROTHER

Time: 08:15 PM 09:00 PM

Duration: 45 minutes

Category: Reality

Host: Toni Gonzaga

TV PATROL WORLD

Time: 09:00 PM 09:45 PM

Duration: 45 minutes

Category: News

Host: Henry Omaga-Diaz

MAGANDANG GABI, BAYAN

Time: 09:45 PM 10:45 PM

Duration: 1 hour

Category: Current Affairs

Host: Erwin Tulfo

SABADO MOVIE GREATS

Time: 10:45 PM 12:30 AM


Duration: 1 hr. & 45 mins.

Category: Special

SPORTS UNLIMITTED

Time: 12:30 AM 01:15 AM

Duration: 45 minutes

Category: Sports Oriented

Host: Dianne Castilejo-Garcia

Sunday

SALAMAT DOK

Time: 05:45 AM 07:00 AM

Duration: 1 hr. & 15 mins.

Category: Health Oriented

Host: Cheryl Cosim

SUNDAY TV MASS

Time: 07:00 AM 08:00 AM

Duration: 1 hour

Category: Special

CINEMA CINEMA CINEMA


Time: 08:00 AM 08:30 AM

Duration: 30 minutes

Category: Special

SANRIO WORLD OF ANIMATION

Time: 08:30 AM 09:00 AM

Duration: 30 minutes

Category: Educational Anime

POWER RANGERS,

NINJA STORM

Time: 09:00 AM 09:30 AM

Duration: 30 minutes

Category: Action Fantasy

WINX CLUB

Time: 09:30 AM 10:00 AM

Duration: 30 minutes

Category: Teen Anime

AT HOME KA DITO

Time: 10:00 AM 11:00 AM


Duration: 1 hour

Category: Lifestyle Talk

Host: Charlene Gonzales

PERFECT MOMENTS Season 2

Time: 11:00 AM 11:30 AM

Duration: 30 minutes

Category: Women Oriented

Host: Jodi Sta. Maria

SAVE THE LAST

DANCE FOR ME Rewind

Time: 11:30 AM 12:00 NN

Duration: 30 minutes

Category: Romance Drama

Cast: Kim Eugene

ASAP 05

Time: 12:00 NN 02:25 PM

Duration: 2 hrs. & 25 mins.

Category: Musical Variety

Host: Gary Valenciano


FANATIC ALL STAR

Time: 02:25 PM 03:15 PM

Duration: 50 minutes

Category: Musical Teen Variety

Host: John Prats

QPIDS

Time: 03:15 PM 04:15 PM

Duration: 1 hour

Category: Reality Search

Host: Luis Manzano

THE BUZZ

Time: 04:15 PM 06:00 PM

Duration: 1 hr. & 45 mins.

Category: Showbiz Oriented Talk

Host: Boy Abunda

GOIN BULILIT

Time: 06:00 PM 07:00 PM

Duration: 1 hour
Category: Comedy Kiddie Gag

Cast: John Manalo

SEARCH FOR THE

STAR IN A MILLION Season 2

Time: 07:00 PM 08:15 PM

Duration: 1 hr. & 15 mins.

Category: Star Search

Host: Erik Santos

PINOY BIG BROTHER

Time: 08:15 PM 09:00 PM

Duration: 45 minutes

Category: Reality

Host: Toni Gonzaga

RATED K, HANDA NA BA KAYO?

Time: 09:00 PM 10:00 PM

Duration: 1 hour

Category: Magazine Talk

Host: Korina Sanchez


TV PATROL WORLD

Time: 10:00 PM 10:45 PM

Duration: 45 minutes

Category: News

Host: Henry Omaga-Diaz

SUNDAY FAMILY CINEMA

Time: 10:45 PM 12:45 AM

Duration: 2 hours

Category: Special

Old ABS-CBN Program Schedule (from mid and late 2006)

December 23, 2010 at 8:24am

Old ABS-CBN Program Schedule (from mid and late 2006)

MONDAY FRIDAY

5:15 AM Magandang Umaga Pilipinas

8:30 AM Kabuhayang Swak na Swak

9:00 AM Mr. Bean Live

9:10 AM Power Rangers

9:40 AM Wansapanataym

10:40 AM Home Boy


11:40 AM Pilipinas Game KNB?

12:40 PM Wowowee

3:00 PM Kapamilya Cinema

4:30 PM Inocente de Ti

5:10 PM Beet The Vandel Buster

5:35 PM Naruto

6:00 PM Pangako SaYo

6:30 PM TV Patrol World

7:40 PM Kapamilya Deal or No Deal

8:20 PM Super Inggo

9:00 PM Maging Sino Ka Man

Mon-Thu

9:45 PM Pinoy Dream Academy

10:30 PM Crazy For You

11:00 PM Bandila

Friday

9:30 PM Maalaala Mo Kaya

11:00 PM Pinoy Dream Academy

11:30 PM Mon Real Pinoy Fighter

Tue The Correspondents

Wed Probe

Thu Soco
Fri Bandila

12:00 MN Mirada de Mujer

12:45 AM PDA Uplate

SATURDAY

6:00 AM Salamat Dok

7:00 AM Cartoons

7:30 AM Cartoons

8:00 AM Cartoons

8:30 AM Basta Sports

9:00 AM Cartoons

9:30 AM Inu Yasha

10:00 AM Memories of Bali

10:45 AM It Started with a Kiss

11:30 AM Pilipinas Game KNB?

12:30 PM Wowowee

3:00 PM Nagmamahal Kapamilya

4:00 PM Lets Go

5:00 PM Star Magic Presents

6:00 PM TV Patrol Sabado

6:45 PM Komiks: Pedro Penduko

7:45 PM John en Shirley


8:45 PM XXX

9:35 PM PDA Expulsion Night

11:15 PM Aalog Alog

12:00 MN Sports Unlimitted

SUNDAY

6:00 AM Salamat Dok

7:00 AM Sunday TV Mass

8:00 AM Cartoons

8:30 AM Cartoons

9:00 AM Cartoons

9:30 AM Cartoons

10:00 AM Cartoons

10:30 AM At Home Ka Dito

11:15 AM It Started with a Kiss

11:45 AM ASAP 06

2:30 PM Your Song

3:15 PM Love Spell

4:00 PM The Buzz

6:00 PM TV Patrol Linggo

6:45 PM Goin Bulilit

7:45 PM Rated K
8:45 PM Sharon

9:45 PM PDA Probation Night

10:30 PM Sundays Best

12:30 AM Urban Zone

Old ABS-CBN Prog Sked (2008-2009)

December 23, 2010 at 8:25am

Old ABS-CBN Prog Sked (2008-2009)

early 08

Weekdays

4:30 5:15 AM Replay of Current Affairs programs

5:15 8:30 AM Umagang Kay Ganda

8:30 10:30 AM World Masterpiece Theater (Rerun)

10:30 11:30 AM Boy & Kris

11:30 AM 12:30 PM Pilipinas, Game KNB?

12:30 PM 3:00 PM Wowowee

3:00 PM 3:30 PM Prinsesa ng Banyera

3:30 PM 4:00 PM Zorro: The Sword and the Rose

4:00 PM 6:00 PM Pinoy Movie Hits

6:00 PM 6:30 PM Wheel of Fortune: Philippine Edition

6:30 PM 7:30 PM TV Patrol World


7:30 PM 8:10 PM Lastikman

8:10 PM 9:00 PM Sineserye Presents: The Susan Roces Cinema Collection: Patayin sa Sindak si
Barbara

9:00 PM 9:45 PM Maging Sino Ka Man: Ang Pagbabalik

9:45 PM 10:30 PM Ysabella

10:30 PM 11:00 PM Spring Waltz

11:00 PM 11:30 PM Bandila

11:30 PM 12:30 AM Noypi, Ikaw Ba To? (Monday)

The Correspondents (Tuesday)

Probe (Wednesday)

S.O.C.O. (Thursday)

12:30 AM 1:30 AM Games Uplate Live

Friday:

10:30 PM 12:00 MN Maalaala Mo Kaya

12:00 MN 12:30 AM Bandila

12:30 AM 1:30 AM Trip na Trip

1:30 2:30 AM Games Uplate Live

Saturday

6:00 7:00 AM Salamat Dok

7:00 7:30 AM Kabuhayang Swak na Swak

7:30 7:50 AM Hello Kitty Furry Tale Theater


7:50 8:10 AM Sirit

8:10 8:35 AM American Dragon Jake Long

8:35 9:00 AM Air Gear

9:00 9:30 AM Eureka Seven

9:30 10:00 AM School Rumble

10:00 11:00 AM Star Magic Presents: Abt ur Luv (Ur Lyf 2) (later replaced by Star Magic Presents:
Astigs)

11:00 AM 12:00 NN Pilipinas, Game KNB?

12:00 NN 3:00 PM Wowowee

3:00 4:00 PM Entertainment Live

4:00 6:00 PM Cinema FPJ: Da King on ABS-CBN

6:00 8:00 PM Sabado Movie Specials

8:00 9:00 PM 1 vs. 100

9:00 9:30 PM TV Patrol Sabado

9:30 10:30 PM XXX: Exklusibong, Explosibong, Expose

10:30 11:15 PM Sports Unlimited

11:15 PM 12:15 AM Games Uplate Live

Sunday

6:00 7:00 AM Sunday TV Mass: The Healing Eucharist

7:00 8:00 AM Salamat Dok

8:00 8:30 AM Kabuhayang Swak na Swak

8:30 9:00 AM Air Gear


9:00 9:30 AM Eureka Seven

9:30 10:00 AM School Rumble

10:00 11:00 AM Princess Hours: One More Time

11:00 11:45 AM Ka-Pete Na! Totally Outrageous Behavior

11:45 AM 2:00 PM ASAP 08

2:00 3:00 PM Your Song Presents

3:00 4:00 PM Love Spell

4:00 6:15 PM The Buzz

6:15 6:45 PM TV Patrol Linggo

6:45 7:45 PM Rated K

7:45 8:30 PM Goin Bulilit

8:30 9:30 PM Sharon

9:30 10:15 PM Thats My Doc

10:15 PM 12:15 AM Sundays Best

12:15 AM 12:45 AM Urban Zone

Later

Weekdays

4:30 5:15 AM Replay of Current Affairs programs

5:15 8:30 AM Umagang Kay Ganda

8:30 9:00 AM World Masterpiece Theater (Rerun)

9:00 9:30 AM Shuriken School


9:30 10:30 AM World Masterpiece Theater (Rerun)

10:30 11:30 AM Boy & Kris

11:30 AM 12:30 PM Pilipinas, Game KNB?

12:30 PM 3:00 PM Wowowee

3:00 PM 3:45 PM Prinsesa ng Banyera

3:45 5:30 PM Pinoy Movie Hits

5:30 6:00 PM Naruto Shippuden

6:00 PM 6:30 PM Wheel of Fortune: Philippine Edition

6:30 PM 7:30 PM TV Patrol World

7:30 PM 8:15 PM Kung Fu Kids

8:15 PM 9:00 PM Lobo

9:00 PM 9:45 PM Palos

9:45 PM 10:30 PM Maging Sino Ka Man: Ang Pagbabalik

10:30 PM 11:00 PM Marrying a Millionaire

11:00 PM 11:30 PM Bandila

11:30 PM 12:30 AM Noypi, Ikaw Ba To? (Monday)

The Correspondents (Tuesday)

Probe (Wednesday)

S.O.C.O. (Thursday)

12:30 AM 1:30 AM Games Uplate Live

Friday:
10:30 PM 12:00 MN Maalaala Mo Kaya

12:00 MN 12:30 AM Bandila

12:30 AM 1:30 AM Trip na Trip

1:30 2:30 AM Games Uplate Live

Saturday

6:00 7:00 AM Salamat Dok

7:00 7:30 AM Kabuhayang Swak na Swak

7:30 7:50 AM Wanted: Perfect Husband

7:50 8:10 AM Sirit

8:10 8:35 AM American Dragon Jake Long

8:35 9:00 AM Air Gear

9:00 9:30 AM Eureka Seven

9:30 10:00 AM School Rumble

10:00 11:00 AM Star Magic Presents: Astigs

11:00 AM 12:00 NN Pilipinas, Game KNB?

12:00 NN 3:00 PM Wowowee

3:00 4:00 PM Entertainment Live

4:00 6:00 PM Cinema FPJ: Da King on ABS-CBN

6:00 7:00 PM Volta

7:00 8:00 PM 1 vs. 100

8:00 8:30 PM TV Patrol Sabado


8:30 9:30 PM XXX: Exklusibong, Explosibong, Expose

9:30 10:00 PM Del Monte Fit n Right Got 2B Fit Challenge

10:00 PM 12:00 MN Sabado Movie Specials

12:00 12:30 AM Sports Unlimited

12:30 1:30 AM Games Uplate Live

Sunday

6:00 7:00 AM Sunday TV Mass: The Healing Eucharist

7:00 8:00 AM Salamat Dok

8:00 8:30 AM Kabuhayang Swak na Swak

8:30 9:00 AM Air Gear

9:00 9:30 AM Eureka Seven

9:30 10:00 AM School Rumble

10:00 11:00 AM Princess Hours: One More Time

11:00 11:45 AM Ka-Pete Na! Totally Outrageous Behavior

11:45 AM 2:00 PM ASAP 08

2:00 3:00 PM Your Song Presents

3:00 4:00 PM Love Spell

4:00 6:15 PM The Buzz

6:15 6:45 PM TV Patrol Linggo

6:45 7:45 PM Rated K

7:45 8:30 PM Goin Bulilit


8:30 9:30 PM Sharon

9:30 10:15 PM Thats My Doc

10:15 PM 12:15 AM Sundays Best

12:15 AM 12:45 AM Urban Zone

Mid 08

Weekdays

4:30 5:15 AM Replay of Current Affairs programs

5:15 8:30 AM Umagang Kay Ganda

8:30 9:00 AM Digimon Frontier (later replaced by Digimon Savers)

9:00 10:00 AM World Masterpiece Theater (Rerun)

10:00 10:30 AM Marina: The Directors Cut (later replaced by Super Inggo: The Directors Cut)

10:30 11:30 AM Boy & Kris

11:30 AM 12:30 PM Pilipinas, Game KNB?

12:30 PM 3:00 PM Wowowee

3:00 PM 3:45 PM Prinsesa ng Banyera

3:45 PM 4:15 PM El Cuerpo del Deseo

4:15 5:00 PM Hana Kimi: The Original

5:00 5:30 PM Naruto Shippuden (later replaced by Naruto: The Greatest Battles)

5:30 6:00 PM Pinoy Big Brother: Teen Edition Plus Uber

6:00 PM 6:30 PM Wheel of Fortune: Philippine Edition

6:30 PM 7:30 PM TV Patrol World


7:30 PM 8:15 PM The Singing Bee

8:15 PM 9:05 PM Lobo

9:05 PM 10:05 PM Pinoy Big Brother Teen Edition Plus

10:05 11:00 PM Lovers

11:00 PM 11:30 PM Bandila

11:30 PM 12:30 AM Matanglawin (Monday)

The Correspondents (Tuesday)

Probe (Wednesday)

S.O.C.O. (Thursday)

12:30 AM 1:30 AM Games Uplate Live

Friday:

10:05 PM 11:35 PM Maalaala Mo Kaya

11:35 PM 12:05 AM Bandila

12:05 AM 1:05 AM Trip na Trip

1:05 2:05 AM Games Uplate Live

Saturday

6:00 7:00 AM Salamat Dok

7:00 7:30 AM Kabuhayang Swak na Swak

7:30 7:50 AM Wanted: Perfect Husband

7:50 8:10 AM Sirit


8:10 8:35 AM American Dragon Jake Long

8:35 9:00 AM Air Gear

9:00 9:30 AM Eureka Seven

9:30 10:00 AM School Rumble 2

10:00 11:00 AM Star Magic Presents: Astigs (later replaced by Love Spell)

11:00 AM 12:00 NN Pilipinas, Game KNB?

12:00 NN 3:00 PM Wowowee

3:00 4:00 PM Entertainment Live

4:00 6:00 PM Cinema FPJ: Da King on ABS-CBN

6:00 -7:00 PM 1 vs. 100

7:00 8:00 PM I Am KC

Later

6:00 6:45 PM Thats My Doc

6:45 7:45 PM Komiks Presents: Mars Ravelos Kapitan Boom

7:45 9:00 PM Pinoy Big Brother Teen Edition Plus

9:00 9:45 PM TV Patrol Sabado

9:45 10:45 PM XXX: Exklusibong, Explosibong, Expose

10:45 11:30 PM Sports Unlimited

11:30 PM 12:30 AM Games Uplate Live

Sunday
6:00 7:00 AM Sunday TV Mass: The Healing Eucharist

7:00 8:00 AM Salamat Dok

8:00 8:30 AM Kabuhayang Swak na Swak

8:30 9:00 AM Air Gear

9:00 9:30 AM Eureka Seven

9:30 10:00 AM School Rumble 2

10:00 11:00 AM Matanglawin

11:00 11:45 AM Gabys Extraordinary Files

11:45 AM 3:00 PM ASAP 08

3:00 4:00 PM Your Song Presents

4:00 6:00 PM The Buzz

6:00 7:00 PM Rated K

7:00 7:45 PM Goin Bulilit

7:45 8:45 PM Pinoy Big Brother Teen Edition Plus

8:45 9:30 PM Sharon

9:30 10:00 PM TV Patrol Linggo

10:00 PM 12:00 MN Sundays Best

12:00 MN 12:30 AM Urban Zone

late 08

Weekdays
4:30 5:15 AM DZMM Teleradyo

5:15 8:30 AM Umagang Kay Ganda

8:30 9:00 AM Julio at Julia

9:00 9:30 AM Eyeshield 21

9:30 10:00 AM GetBackers

10:00 10:30 AM Super Inggo: The Directors Cut

10:30 11:30 AM Boy & Kris

11:30 AM 12:30 PM Pilipinas, Game KNB?

12:30 3:00 PM Wowowee

Later

4:30 5:15 AM DZMM Teleradyo

5:15 8:30 AM Umagang Kay Ganda

8:30 8:45 AM Mr. Bean: The Animated Series

8:45 9:15 AM Naruto (Season 1)

9:15 9:45 AM Power Rangers Mystic Force

9:45 10:15 AM Super Inggo: The Directors Cut (later replaced by Lastikman: The Elastic Edition)

10:15 11:15 AM Boy & Kris

11:15 AM 12:15 PM Pilipinas, Game KNB?

12:15 PM 2:30 PM Wowowee

2:30 3:00 PM Pare Koy


3:00 PM 3:45 PM Ligaw ng Bulaklak (later replaced by Pieta, later until 3:30 PM)

3:45 PM 4:15 PM El Cuerpo del Deseo (later replaced by La Traicion, later at 3:30 PM to 4:15 PM)

4:15 4:45 PM Las Tontas (later replaced by Zoids: Genesis)

4:45 5:15 PM Romantic Princess

5:15 6:00 PM Pinoy Dream Academy Season 2 Uberture

Later

4:45 5:15 PM Basketball Tribe (later replaced by Naruto Shippuden rerun and Mr. Bean Live)

5:15 6:00 PM They Kiss Again (It Started with a Kiss 2) (later replaced by Why Why Love and
Mischievous Princess)

6:00 PM 6:30 PM Kapamilya, Deal or No Deal

6:30 PM 7:30 PM TV Patrol World

7:30 PM 8:15 PM The Singing Bee

8:15 PM 9:00 PM Dyosa

9:00 PM 9:45 PM Iisa Pa Lamang

9:45 10:30 PM My Girl

10:30 11:00 PM Pinoy Dream Academy Season 2

Later

6:00 PM 6:30 PM Kapamilya, Deal or No Deal

6:30 PM 7:50 PM TV Patrol World

7:50 8:30 PM Dyosa


8:30 9:00 PM I Love Betty La Fea

9:00 9:45 PM Iisa Pa Lamang (later replaced by Eva Fonda)

9:45 10:30 PM Kahit Isang Saglit (later replaced by Pinoy Fear Factor)

10:30 11:00 PM Precious Time

11:00 PM 11:30 PM Bandila

11:30 PM 12:30 AM Harapan (later replaced by Kalye: Mga Kuwento ng Lansangan) (Monday)

The Correspondents (Tuesday)

Probe (Wednesday)

S.O.C.O. (Thursday)

12:30 AM 1:30 AM Games Uplate Live

Friday:

10:30 PM 12:00 MN Daboy on ABS-CBN

12:00 MN 12:30 AM Bandila

12:30 1:30 AM Trip na Trip

1:30 2:30 AM Games Uplate Live

Saturday

6:00 7:00 AM Salamat Dok

7:00 7:30 AM Kabuhayang Swak na Swak

7:30 8:00 AM Wanted: Perfect Husband


8:00 8:15 AM Busog Lusog

8:15 8:45 AM American Dragon Jake Long

8:45 9:15 AM Skyland

9:15 9:45 AM Fantastic Four

9:45 10:15 AM Wonder Mom

10:15 10:45 AM Palmolive Shining Circle of 10

Later

9:45 10:45 AM Wonder Mom

10:45 11:45 AM Pilipinas, Game KNB?

11:45 AM 3:00 PM Wowowee

3:00 4:00 PM Entertainment Live

4:00 6:00 PM Cinema FPJ: Da King on ABS-CBN

6:00 6:45 PM Thats My Doc

6:45 7:45 PM Komiks Presents: Varga

7:45 9:15 PM Pinoy Dream Academy Season 2

9:15 10:30 PM Maalaala Mo Kaya

10:30 11:30 PM XXX: Exklusibong, Explosibong, Expose

11:30 PM 12:00 MN TV Patrol Sabado

12:00 MN 12:40 AM Sports Unlimited

12:40 1:40 AM Games Uplate Live

Later
6:00 7:00 PM The Singing Bee (Season 2) (later transferred to 7PM)

7:00 8:00 PM Komiks Presents: Tiny Tony (later replaced by Komiks Presents: Dragonna) (later
transferred to 6PM)

8:00 9:30 PM Maalaala Mo Kaya

9:30 10:30 PM Banana Split

10:30 11:30 PM XXX: Exklusibong, Explosibong, Expose

11:30 PM 12:00 MN TV Patrol Sabado

12:00 MN 12:40 AM Sports Unlimited

12:40 1:40 AM Games Uplate Live

Sunday

6:00 7:00 AM Sunday TV Mass: The Healing Eucharist

7:00 7:30 AM Kabuhayang Swak na Swak

7:30 8:30 AM Salamat Dok

8:30 9:00 AM Skyland

9:00 9:30 AM Fantastic Four

9:30 10:00 AM Wonder Mom

Later

8:30 9:00 AM Winx Club

9:00 AM 9:30 AM Skyland

9:30 10:00 AM Fantastic Four


10:00 11:00 AM Bakbakan

11:00 11:45 AM Matanglawin

11:45 AM 3:00 PM ASAP 08

3:00 4:00 PM Your Song Presents

4:00 6:00 PM The Buzz

6:00 7:00 PM Rated K

7:00 7:45 PM Goin Bulilit

7:45 8:45 PM Pinoy Dream Academy

Later

6:00 7:00 PM The Singing Bee (later transferred to 6:45 PM)

7:00 7:45 PM Goin Bulilit (later transferred to 6PM)

7:45 8:45 PM Rated K

8:45 9:30 PM Sharon

9:30 10:00 PM TV Patrol Linggo

10:00 PM 12:00 MN Sundays Best

12:00 MN 12:30 AM Urban Zone

Old GMA 7 Sked (2007-2008)

December 23, 2010 at 8:25am


Old GMA 7 Sked (2007-2008)

early 07

Weekdays

04:30 AM Replays of Public affairs programs

05:15 AM Unang Hirit

08:30 AM Cartoons

10:30 AM SiS

11:30 AM Yellow Handkerchief

12:00 NN Eat Bulaga!

02:30 PM Daisy Siete

03:30 PM Makita Ka Lang Muli (later replaced by Muli and transferred to 4PM)

04:00 PM Princess Charming (later transferred to 3:30 PM)

04:30 PM Full House Rewind

05:00 PM Animes

06:00 PM Jewel in the Palace: By Popular Demand

06:30 PM 24 Oras

08:00 PM Asian Treasures

08:45 PM Atlantika

09:30 PM Bakekang

10:00 PM Jumong

10:30 PM Starstruck (Season 4)


11:00 PM Lagot Ka, Isusumbong Kita (Monday)

Bahay Mo Ba To? (Tuesday)

Nuts Entertainment (Wednesday)

Magpakailanman (Thursday)

Bubble Gang (Friday)

12:00 MN & 12:30 AM on Friday Saksi

12:30 AM I-Witness (Monday)

Reporters Notebook (Tuesday)

Palaban (Wednesday)

100% Pinoy (Thursday)

1:00 AM on Friday Emergency

Saturday

05:00 AM PJM Forum

05:30 AM Adyenda

06:00 AM Kapwa Ko, Mahal Ko

06:30 AM Chrono Crusade

07:00 AM Gransazers

08:00 AM Dragonball Z

08:30 AM Art Angel

09:00 AM- Battle B-Daman

09:30 AM Rockman.EXE
10:00 AM Lovely Day

10:30 AM Maynila

11:30 AM Takeshis Castle

12:00 NN Eat Bulaga!

2:30 PM Startalk

4:00 PM Wish Ko Lang!

5:00 PM Kapuso Movie Festival

7:00 PM Pinoy Pop Superstar

8:00 PM Bitoys Funniest Videos

9:00 PM Kapuso Mo, Jessica Soho

10:00 PM Imbestigador

11:00 PM HP: Ibang Level Na!

12:00 MN Showbiz Stripped

12:30 AM GMA Flash Report Special Edition

1:00 AM Master Showman Presents

Sunday

5:00 AM Ecclesia in Asia

6:00 AM Jesus the Healer

7:00 AM Gransazers

8:00 AM Dragonball Z

9:00 AM Battle B-Daman


9:30 AM Rockman.EXE

10:00 AM Fullmetal Alchemist

10:30 AM Kay Susan Tayo!

11:30 AM Takeshis Castle

12:00 NN SOP Rules

2:30 PM Kapuso Movie Festival / Magic Kamison

4:30 PM S-Files

6:00 PM Ang Mahiwagang Baul / Mga Kuwento ni Lola Basyang

7:00 PM Starstruck (Season 4)

8:00 PM -Mel & Joey

9:00 PM All Star K!

10:00 PM Daddy Di Do Du

11:00 PM Sunday Night Box Office (SNBO)

12:30 AM GMA Flash Report Special Edition

1:00 AM Diyos at Bayan

mid 07

Weekdays

04:30 AM Replays of Public affairs programs

05:15 AM Unang Hirit

08:30 AM Cartoons

10:30 AM SiS
11:30 AM Love in Heaven

12:00 NN Eat Bulaga!

02:30 PM Daisy Siete

03:30 PM Sinenovela Presents: Sinasamba Kita

04:00 PM Muli (later replaced by Sinenovela Presents: Pati Ba Pintig ng Puso)

04:30 PM Love Truly (later replaced by Lovers in Prague and Foxy Lady)

05:00 PM Slamdunk

05:30 PM Bleach

06:00 PM Gokusen 2 (later replaced by Hana Yori Dango: Live Action Series)

06:30 PM 24 Oras

08:00 PM Asian Treasures

08:45 PM Super Twins

09:30 PM Lupin

10:15 PM Jumong

11:00 PM Whos Your Daddy Now? (Monday)

Bahay Mo Ba To? (Tuesday)

Nuts Entertainment (Wednesday)

Magpakailanman (Thursday)

Bubble Gang (Friday)

12:00 MN & 12:30 AM on Friday Saksi

12:30 AM I-Witness (Monday)

Reporters Notebook (Tuesday)


Palaban (Wednesday)

100% Pinoy (Thursday)

1:00 AM on Friday Emergency

Saturday

05:00 AM PJM Forum

05:30 AM Adyenda

06:00 AM Kapwa Ko, Mahal Ko

06:30 AM Anime

07:00 AM Gransazers

08:00 AM Dragonball Z

08:30 AM Art Angel

09:00 AM- Battle B-Daman (later replaced by Blazing Teens)

09:30 AM Rockman.EXE (later replaced by Masked Rider Blade)

10:00 AM Lovely Day

10:30 AM Maynila

11:30 AM Takeshis Castle (later replaced by Just Joking!)

12:00 NN Eat Bulaga!

2:30 PM Startalk

4:00 PM Wish Ko Lang!

5:00 PM Kapuso Movie Festival

7:00 PM Pinoy Pop Superstar


8:00 PM Bitoys Funniest Videos

9:00 PM Kapuso Mo, Jessica Soho

10:00 PM Imbestigador

11:00 PM HP: To The Highest Level Na!

11:50 PM Sine Totoo

12:30 AM GMA Flash Report Special Edition

1:00 AM Walang Tulugan with the Master Showman

Sunday

5:00 AM Ecclesia in Asia

6:00 AM Jesus the Healer

7:00 AM Gransazers

8:00 AM Dragonball Z

09:00 AM- Battle B-Daman (later replaced by Blazing Teens)

09:30 AM Rockman.EXE (later replaced by Masked Rider Blade)

10:00 AM Fullmetal Alchemist

10:30 AM Kay Susan Tayo!

11:15 AM Takeshis Castle (later replaced by Just Joking!)

11:45 AM SOP Rules

3:00 PM Magic Kamison

4:00 PM Showbiz Central

6:00 PM Mga Kuwento ni Lola Basyang


7:00 PM Philippine Agenda

8:00 PM -Mel & Joey

9:00 PM All Star K!

10:00 PM Daddy Di Do Du

11:00 PM Sunday Night Box Office (SNBO)

12:30 AM GMA Flash Report Special Edition

1:00 AM Diyos at Bayan

late 07

Weekdays

04:30 AM Replays of Public affairs programs

05:15 AM Unang Hirit

08:30 AM Love in Heaven

09:00 AM Cartoons

10:30 AM SiS

11:30 AM Takeshis Castle

12:00 NN Eat Bulaga!

02:30 PM Daisy Siete

03:30 PM Sinenovela Presents: Kung Mahawi Man ang Ulap (later replaced by Sinenovela
Presents: My Only Love)

04:00 PM Sinenovela Presents: Pati Ba Pintig ng Puso (later replaced by Sinenovela Presents:
Pasan Ko ang Daigdig)

04:30 PM Couple or Trouble


05:00 PM Slamdunk

05:30 PM Bleach

06:00 PM GTO Live (later replaced by Whammy! Push Your Luck)

06:30 PM 24 Oras

08:00 PM Mga Mata ni Anghelita (later replaced by Kamandag and transferred to 8:45 PM)

08:45 PM Impostora (later replaced by Zaido: Pulis Pangkalawakan and transferred to 8PM)

09:30 PM Marimar

10:00 PM and 10:15 PM on Thursday & Friday Jumong (later replaced by Hwang Jini)

10:30 PM Kung Ako Ikaw (Monday-Wednesday)

11:00 PM Magpakailanman (Thursday)

Bubble Gang (Friday)

11:30 PM, 12:00 MN on Thursday & 12:30 AM on Friday Saksi

12:00 MN I-Witness (Monday)

Reporters Notebook (Tuesday)

Born to be Wild (Wednesday)

12:30 AM 100% Pinoy (Thursday)

1:00 AM on Friday Emergency

Saturday

05:00 AM PJM Forum

05:30 AM Adyenda

06:00 AM Kapwa Ko, Mahal Ko


06:30 AM Zorori

07:00 AM Mix Master

08:00 AM Dragonball Z

08:30 AM Art Angel

09:00 AM- Blazing Teens

09:30 AM GPX Cyber Formula

10:00 AM Lovely Day

10:30 AM Maynila

11:30 AM Takeshis Castle

12:00 NN Eat Bulaga!

2:30 PM Startalk

4:00 PM Wish Ko Lang!

5:00 PM Pinoy Pop Superstar (later replaced by Celebrity Duets: Philippine Edition)

6:00 PM Bitoys Funniest Videos

7:00 PM Fantastic Man

8:00 PM Kapuso Mo, Jessica Soho

9:00 PM Imbestigador

10:00 PM Nuts Entertainment (Just 4 Play)

11:50 PM Sine Totoo

12:45 AM GMA Weekend Report

1:00 AM Walang Tulugan with the Master Showman

Sunday
5:00 AM Ecclesia in Asia

6:00 AM Jesus the Healer

7:00 AM Mix Master

8:00 AM Dragonball Z

9:00 AM Blazing Teens

9:30 AM Knock Out

10:00 AM Cardcaptor Sakura

10:30 AM Kay Susan Tayo!

11:15 AM Takeshis Castle

11:45 AM SOP Rules

2:30 PM Coca-Cola Ride to Fame Yes! to Your Dreams

3:15 PM Boys Nxt Door

4:15 PM Showbiz Central

6:00 PM Kaps Amazing Stories

6:45 PM Tok! Tok! Tok! Isang Milyong Pasok

8:00 PM -Mel & Joey

9:00 PM All Star K!

10:00 PM Fulhaus

10:45 PM Sunday Night Box Office (SNBO)

12:45 AM GMA Weekend Report

1:00 AM Diyos at Bayan


Old GMA 7 Sked (2008-2009)

December 23, 2010 at 8:26am

Old GMA 7 Sked (2008-2009)

early 08

Weekdays

04:30 AM Replays of Public affairs programs

05:15 AM Unang Hirit

08:30 AM Cartoons

10:30 AM SiS

11:30 AM Takeshis Castle

12:00 NN Eat Bulaga!

02:30 PM Daisy Siete

03:30 PM Sinenovela Presents: Maging Akin Ka Lamang

04:00 PM Sinenovela Presents: Kaputol ng Isang Awit

04:30 PM Come Back, Soon Ae

05:00 PM Initial D

05:30 PM Ghost Fighter

06:00 PM Hana Yori Dango 2

06:30 PM 24 Oras

08:00 PM Zaido: Pulis Pangkalawakan (later replaced by Joaquin Bordado)


08:45 PM Kamandag

09:30 PM Marimar

10:00 PM- La Vendetta

10:30 PM Coffee Prince

11:00 PM Kung Ako Ikaw (Monday-Wednesday)

E.S.P. (Thursday)

Bubble Gang (Friday)

12:00 MN & 12:30 AM on Friday Saksi

12:30 AM I-Witness (Monday)

Reporters Notebook (Tuesday)

Born to be Wild (Wednesday)

100% Pinoy (Thursday)

1:00 AM on Friday Emergency

Saturday

05:00 AM PJM Forum

05:30 AM Adyenda

06:00 AM Kapwa Ko, Mahal Ko

06:30 AM Zorori

07:00 AM Mix Master

08:00 AM Dragonball Z

08:30 AM Art Angel


09:00 AM- Blazing Teens

09:30 AM GPX Cyber Formula

10:00 AM Lovely Day

10:30 AM Maynila

11:30 AM Takeshis Castle

12:00 NN Eat Bulaga!

2:45 PM Startalk

5:00 PM Wish Ko Lang!

6:00 PM Pinoy Records

7:00 PM Kakasa Ka Ba sa Grade 5?

8:00 PM Bitoys Funniest Videos

9:00 PM Kapuso Mo, Jessica Soho

10:00 PM Imbestigador

11:00 PM Nuts Entertainment

11:50 PM Sine Totoo

12:45 AM GMA Weekend Report

1:00 AM Walang Tulugan with the Master Showman

Sunday

5:00 AM Ecclesia in Asia

6:00 AM Jesus the Healer

7:00 AM Mix Master


8:00 AM Dragonball Z

9:00 AM Blazing Teens

9:30 AM Knock Out

10:00 AM Cardcaptor Sakura

10:30 AM Kay Susan Tayo!

11:15 AM Takeshis Castle

11:45 AM SOP Rules

3:15 PM Boys Nxt Door

Later

2:00 PM Kapuso Sine Specials

4:15 PM Showbiz Central

6:00 PM Kaps Amazing Stories

6:45 PM Tok! Tok! Tok! Isang Milyong Pasok

8:00 PM -Mel & Joey

9:00 PM All Star K!

10:00 PM Fulhaus

10:45 PM Sunday Night Box Office (SNBO)

12:45 AM GMA Weekend Report

1:00 AM Diyos at Bayan

mid 08

Old GMA 7 Program Schedule (mid 08)


Weekdays

04:30 AM Replays of Public affairs programs

05:15 AM Unang Hirit

08:30 AM Cartoons

10:30 AM SiS

11:30 AM Takeshis Castle

12:00 NN Eat Bulaga!

02:30 PM Daisy Siete

03:15 PM Sinenovela Presents: Maging Akin Ka Lamang

03:50 PM Sinenovela Presents: Kaputol ng Isang Awit

04:20 PM Devil Beside Me (later transferred to 5PM)

05:00 PM Dating Now (later transferred to 5:25 PM)

05:25 PM Ghost Fighter (later transferred to 4:20 PM)

05:55 PM Camera Cafe

06:00 PM Hana Kimi (Japanese Version) / GoBingo (Season 2)

06:30 PM 24 Oras

08:00 PM Joaquin Bordado

08:45 PM Kamandag

09:30 PM Babangon Akot Dudurugin Kita

10:15 PM Coffee Prince (later replaced by The Legend)

10:45 PM Pinoy Idol Extra


11:00 PM Kung Ako Ikaw (Monday-Wednesday)

E.S.P. / Songbird / Nuts Entertainment (Thursday)

Bubble Gang (Friday)

12:00 MN & 12:30 AM on Friday Saksi

12:30 AM I-Witness (Monday)

Reporters Notebook (Tuesday)

Born to be Wild (Wednesday)

100% Pinoy (Thursday)

1:00 AM on Friday Emergency

Saturday

05:00 AM PJM Forum

05:30 AM Adyenda

06:00 AM Kapwa Ko, Mahal Ko

06:30 AM Zorori

07:00 AM Mushiking

08:00 AM Dragonball Z

08:30 AM Art Angel

09:00 AM- Anime

09:30 AM GPX Cyber Formula

10:00 AM Lovely Day

10:30 AM Maynila
11:30 AM Takeshis Castle

12:00 NN Eat Bulaga!

2:45 PM Startalk

5:00 PM Wish Ko Lang!

6:00 PM Pinoy Records

7:00 PM Pinoy Idol

8:00 PM Bitoys Funniest Videos

9:00 PM Kapuso Mo, Jessica Soho

10:00 PM Imbestigador

11:00 PM Nuts Entertainment / Songbird

11:50 PM Sine Totoo

12:45 AM GMA Weekend Report

1:00 AM Walang Tulugan with the Master Showman

Sunday

5:00 AM Ecclesia in Asia

6:00 AM Jesus the Healer

7:00 AM Mushiking

8:00 AM Dragonball Z

9:00 AM Anime

9:30 AM Jollitown

10:00 AM Cardcaptor Sakura


10:30 AM Kay Susan Tayo!

11:15 AM Takeshis Castle

11:45 AM SOP Rules

2:45 PM Pinoy Idol Extra

3:00 PM Tasya Fantasya / Dear Friend

4:00 PM Showbiz Central

6:00 PM Kaps Amazing Stories

6:45 PM Pinoy Idol

8:00 PM -Mel & Joey

9:00 PM All Star K!

10:00 PM Fulhaus

10:45 PM Sunday Night Box Office (SNBO)

12:45 AM GMA Weekend Report

1:00 AM Diyos at Bayan

late 08

Old GMA 7 Program Schedule (late 08)

Weekdays

04:30 AM Replays of Public affairs programs

05:15 AM Unang Hirit

08:30 AM Jang Geums Dream

09:00 AM Doraemon
09:30 AM Ghost Fighter

10:00 AM Bleach

10:30 AM SiS

11:30 AM Marimar (later replaced by Rosalinda)

12:00 NN Eat Bulaga!

02:30 PM Daisy Siete

03:30 PM Sinenovela Presents: Magdusa Ka?

04:00 PM Sinenovela Presents: Gaano Kadalas ang Minsan?

04:30 PM Coffee Prince Rewind (later replaced by Hello! My Lady and Be Strong, Geum Soon)

05:15 PM Witch Yoo Hee

Later

02:30 PM Sinenovela Presents: Una Ka Naging Akin?

03:00 PM Sinenovela Presents: Saan Darating ang Umaga?

03:30 PM Daisy Siete

04:30 PM Be Strong, Geum Soon

05:15 PM Sweet Spy

x2 x2 x2

04:30 PM Be Strong, Geum Soon

05:00 PM Wanted Perfect Family

05:30 PM Sakurano (later replaced by Love at the Corner)


06:00 PM GoBingo (Season 2) (later replaced by Family Feud: Philippine Edition)

06:30 PM 24 Oras

08:00 PM Joaquin Bordado (later replaced by Codename: Asero and Luna Mystica)

08:45 PM Dyesebel (later replaced by Gagambino)

09:30 PM Babangon Akot Dudurugin Kita (later replaced by Ako si KIm Sam Soon, Lalola and Ang
Babaeng Hinugot sa Aking Tadyang)

10:15 PM Coffee Prince (later replaced by The Legend, Daljas Spring, My Husbands Woman and
Money War)

11:00 PM Ripleys Believe It or Not (Monday)

World Records (later replaced by Full Force Nature) (Tuesday)

Masquerade (Wednesday)

Obra (Thursday)

Bubble Gang (Friday)

11:30 PM, 12:00 MN on Thursday & 12:30 AM on Friday Saksi

12:00 MN I-Witness (Monday)

Reporters Notebook (Tuesday)

Born to be Wild (Wednesday)

12:30 AM 100% Pinoy (later replaced by Case Unclosed) (Thursday)

1:00 AM on Friday Emergency

12:40 AM, 1:10 AM on Thursday and 1:40 AM on Friday Camera Cafe

Saturday
05:00 AM PJM Forum

05:30 AM Adyenda

06:00 AM Kapwa Ko, Mahal Ko

06:30 AM Zorori

07:00 AM Desert Punk

07:30 AM King of Warriors

08:00 AM Bakugan Battle Brawlers

08:30 AM Batang Bibbo

09:00 AM- Art Angel

09:30 AM Lovely Day: Force of the Guardians

10:00 AM Ka-Blog!

10:30 AM Maynila

11:30 AM Takeshis Castle

12:00 NN Eat Bulaga!

2:45 PM Startalk

5:00 PM Wish Ko Lang!

6:00 PM Pinoy Records

7:00 PM Celebrity Duets: Philippine Edition 2 (later replaced by Kakasa Ka Ba sa Grade 5? 2)

8:00 PM Bitoys Funniest Videos

9:00 PM Kapuso Mo, Jessica Soho

10:00 PM Imbestigador

11:00 PM Nuts Entertainment (later replaced by Kapuso Movie Festival until 12:30 AM)
11:50 PM Sine Totoo (later at 12:30 am)

12:45 AM GMA Weekend Report (later at 1:20 am)

1:00 AM Walang Tulugan with the Master Showman (later at 1:40 am)

Sunday

5:00 AM Ecclesia in Asia

6:00 AM Jesus the Healer

7:00 AM In Touch with Charles Stanley

8:00 AM Bakugan Battle Brawlers

9:00 AM King of Warriors

9:30 AM Ultraman Nexus

10:00 AM Rockman.EXE Stream

10:30 AM Kay Susan Tayo!

11:15 AM Takeshis Castle

11:45 AM SOP Rules

3:00 PM Dear Friend

4:00 PM Showbiz Central

6:00 PM Kaps Amazing Stories

6:45 PM Tok! Tok! Tok! Isang Milyong Pasok 2 (later replaced by Family Feud: Celebrity Edition
and My Dad is Better than Your Dad: Philippine Edition)

8:00 PM -Mel & Joey

9:00 PM All Star K!

10:00 PM Fulhaus
10:45 PM Sunday Night Box Office (SNBO)

12:45 AM GMA Weekend Report

1:00 AM Diyos at Bayan

Old Q Channel 11 Prog Sked (2008-09)

December 23, 2010 at 8:28am

Old Q Channel 11 Prog Sked (2008-09)

early 08

Weekdays

8:00 8:30 AM Hapinas

8:30 10:30 AM Cartoons (with Camera Cafe from 10 10:05 am)

10:30 11:00 AM Pichi Pitchi Pitch

11:00 12:00 NN House Husband (later replaced by Foxy Lady!, Silence and Unforgettable
Affection)

12:00 1:00 PM Balitanghali

1:00 1:30 PM Otogi Zoshi (later replaced by Saiyuki)

1:30 1:55 PM Battle B-Daman

1:55 2:00 PM Camera Cafe

2:00 2:30 PM Love of the Condor Heroes

2:30 3:00 PM Kung Fu Soccer (later replaced by My MVP Valentine)

3:00 3:30 PM Into The Sun

3:30 4:00 PM Sunrise (later replaced by Love Story in Harvard)


4:00 4:30 PM Hello, God

4:30 5:00 PM Makeover Beauty

5:00 6:00 PM Moms

6:00 7:00 PM The Sweet Life (Monday, Tuesday & Friday)

American Idol (Live via Satellite) (Wednesday & Thursday)

7:00 8:00 PM The Debutante (Monday)

Secret Lovers (Tuesday)

The Sweet Life (Wednesday & Thursday)

Proudly Filipina (Friday)

8:00 PM 8:05 PM Camera Cafe

8:05 PM- 8:30 PM (Monday, Tuesday & Friday); 9:05 9:30 PM (Wednesday & Thursday) Rosalinda

8:05 PM 9:05 PM American Idol (Replay) (Wednesday & Thursday)

8:30 9:30 PM One Proud Mama (Monday)

The Ricky Lo Exclusives (Tuesday)

H20: Just Add Water (Friday)

9:30 10:00 PM News on Q

10:00 11:00 PM The Beat (Monday)

Reunions (Tuesday)

RX Men (Wednesday)

Draw the Line (Thursday)

Balik-Bayan (Friday)

11:00 11:30 PM The Good Night Show with Jojo A.


11:30 PM 12:00 MN The 700 Club Asia

12:00 12:30 AM Adyenda (Monday & Friday)

Midnight Prayer Helps (Tuesday)

PJM Forum (Wednesday)

Hapinas (Replay) (Thursday)

12:30 AM TO 12:45 AM LEGAL FORUM

Saturday

8:00 9:30 AM Cartoons

9:30 10:00 AM Halika

10:00 11:00 AM Kids on Q

11:00 12:00 AM Ka-Toque

12:00 12:45 PM Balitanghali

12:45 2:00 PM Sound of Colors (later replaced by Tree of Heaven)

2:00 3:00 PM Green Forest

3:00 4:00 PM Lavender

4:00 5:00 PM Super Monkey Adventures (later replaced by Twin Spica)

5:00 6:00 PM Twin Spica (later transferred to 4 pm to give way to the American Idol Replay)

6:00 7:00 PM Living It Up

7:00 8:00 PM Planets Funniest Animals

8:00 9:00 PM Day Off

9:00 11:00 PM Sabado Showdown


11:00 PM 12:00 MN Otogi Zoshi (later replaced by Super Monkey Adventures)

12:00 MN 1:00 AM Diyos at Bayan

Sunday

8:00 10:00 AM Cartoons

10:00 11:00 AM Gandang Ricky Reyes

11:00 AM 12:00 NN Single Again

12:00 NN 2:00 PM Sound of Colors (later replaced by Tree of Heaven)

2:00 3:00 PM Green Forest

3:00 4:00 PM Lavender

4:00 5:00 PM Twin Spica

5:00 6:00 PM American Idol (Replay)

6:00 7:00 PM Ang Pinaka

7:00 8:00 PM Chef to Go

8:00 9:00 PM Hired!

9:00 11:00 PM Sunday Super Sine

11:00 PM -12:00 MN Otogi Zoshi (later replaced by Super Monkey Adventures)

12:00 MN 1:00 AM Jesus the Healer

mid 08

Weekdays

8:00 10:00 am Cartoons


10:00 10:05 am Camera Cafe

10:05 10:30 am Lady! Lady!

10:30 11:00 am Yucie (later replaced by Cardcaptor Sakura)

11:00 am 11:55 am Unforgettable Affection

11:55 am 12:00 nn Camera Cafe

12:00 nn 1:00 pm Balitanghali

1:00 1:30 pm The Prince of Tennis

1:30 1:45 pm Yawara!

1:45 1:50 pm Camera Cafe

1:50 2:30 pm Jumong

2:30 3:00 pm Fashion 70s

3:00 3:30 pm Love in Heaven

3:30 4:00 pm Summer Beach

4:00 4:50 pm Meteor Garden

4:50 5:00 pm Quickfire

5:00 6:00 pm Moms

6:00 6:10 pm Quickfire

6:10 7:15 pm The Sweet Life

7:15 7:25 pm Quickfire

7:25 8:25 pm The Debutante (Monday)

Fit & Fab (Tuesday)

Living It Up (Wednesday)
Are You Smarter Than a 5th Grader? (Thursday)

Proudly Filipina (Friday)

8:25 8:30 pm Camera Cafe

8:30 9:30 pm Rondo (Monday)

The Ricky Lo Exclusives (Tuesday)

The Cut (Wednesday)

Marina (Thursday)

H2O: Just Add Water (Friday)

9:30 10:00 pm News on Q

10:00 11:00 PM The Beat (Monday)

Reunions (Tuesday)

One Proud Mama (Wednesday)

Draw the Line (Thursday)

Balik-Bayan (Friday)

11:00 11:05 PM Camera Cafe

11:05 11:30 PM The Good Night Show with Jojo A.

11:30 PM 12:00 MN The 700 Club Asia

12:00 12:30 AM Adyenda (Monday & Friday)

Midnight Prayer Helps (Tuesday)

PJM Forum (Wednesday)

12:30 12:45 AM (Monday-Wednesday and Friday); 12:00 12:15 AM (Thursday) LEGAL FORUM

Saturday
8:00 8:30 AM Go Negosyo Bigtime

8:30 10:00 AM Cartoons

10:00 11:00 AM Kids on Q

11:00 12:00 AM Ka-Toque

12:00 12:45 PM Balitanghali

12:45 1:15 PM House Husband

1:15 2:00 PM Love Truly

2:00 3:00 PM Frog Prince

3:00 4:00 PM Couple or Trouble (later replaced by Lovers in Prague)

4:00 5:00 PM Hana Yori Dango

5:00 6:00 PM Just Joking!

6:00 7:00 PM Prehistoric Park

7:00 8:00 PM Planets Funniest Animals

8:00 9:00 PM Day Off

9:00 9:10 PM Quickfire

9:10 11:00 PM Sabado Showdown

11:00 PM 12:00 MN Super Monkey Adventures

12:00 MN 1:00 AM Diyos at Bayan

Sunday

8:00 8:30 AM Go Negosyo Bigtime


8:30 9:30 AM Cartoons

9:30 10:00 AM Philippine Explorer

10:00 11:00 AM Gandang Ricky Reyes

11:00 AM 12:00 NN Single Again (later replaced by Gokusen 2)

12:00 NN 1:00 PM House Husband

1:00 2:00 PM Love Truly

2:00 3:00 PM Frog Prince

3:00 4:00 PM Couple or Trouble (later replaced by Lovers in Prague)

4:00 5:00 PM Hana Yori Dango

5:00 6:00 PM Just Joking!

6:00 7:00 PM Ang Pinaka

7:00 8:00 PM Chef to Go

8:00 9:00 PM Hired!

9:00 9:10 PM Quickfire

9:10 11:00 PM Sunday Super Sine

11:00 PM 12:00 MN Super Monkey Adventures

12:00 MN 1:00 AM Jesus the Healer

late 08

Weekdays

8:00 10:00 am Cartoons

10:00 10:05 am Camera Cafe


10:05 10:30 am Prince Mackaroo (later replaced by Cardcaptor Sakura)

10:30 10:40 am Quickfire

10:40 11:10 am My Melody (later replaced by Marina)

11:10 11:45 am My Fair Princess

11:45 11:50 am Camera Cafe

11:50 am 12:00 nn Quickfire

12:00 nn 1:00 pm Balitanghali

1:00 3:00 pm (Monday-Wednesday); 1:00 4:00 pm (Thursday) & 1:00 2:00 pm and 3:00 4:00
pm (Friday) Q Matinees

2:00 3:00 pm Survivor: Tocantins (Live via Satellite) (Friday)

3:00 3:30 pm The Prince of Tennis (Monday-Wednesday)

3:30 4:00 pm Yawara! (Monday-Wednesday)

4:00 4:30 pm A Promise of Love at the Dolphin Bay (later replaced by Typhoon in that Summer and
later replaced by Homes with Style)

4:30 5:00 pm Golden Apple (later replaced by Fashion Police)

5:00 6:00 pm Moms

6:00 6:10 pm Quickfire

6:10 7:15 pm The Sweet Life

7:15 7:25 pm Quickfire

7:25 8:25 pm House Life (Monday)

Fit & Fab (Tuesday)

Living It Up (Wednesday)

Are You Smarter Than a 5th Grader? (Thursday)


Survivor: Tocantins (Friday)

8:25 8:30 pm Camera Cafe

8:30 9:30 pm Identity (Monday)

The Ricky Lo Exclusives (Tuesday)

Power of 10 (Wednesday)

Amnesia (Thursday)

H2O: Just Add Water (Friday)

9:30 10:00 pm News on Q

10:00 11:00 PM The Beat (Monday)

Reunions (Tuesday)

One Proud Mama (Wednesday)

Draw the Line (Thursday)

Balik-Bayan (Friday)

11:00 11:30 PM The 700 Club Asia

11:30 11:35 PM Camera Cafe

11:35 PM 12:00 MN Worlds Funniest Videos (Replay)

12:00 12:30 AM Adyenda (Monday & Friday)

Midnight Prayer Helps (Tuesday)

PJM Forum (Wednesday)

12:30 12:45 AM (Monday-Wednesday and Friday); 12:00 12:15 AM (Thursday) LEGAL FORUM

Saturday
8:00 8:30 AM Go Negosyo Bigtime

8:30 10:00 AM Cartoons

10:00 11:00 AM Kids on Q

11:00 12:00 AM Ka-Toque

12:00 12:45 PM Balitanghali

12:45 4:45 PM Q Matinees

4:45 6:00 PM Just Joking!

6:00 7:00 PM Prehistoric Park

7:00 8:00 PM Planets Funniest Animals

8:00 9:00 PM Day Off

9:00 9:10 PM Quickfire

9:10 11:00 PM Sabado Showdown

11:00 PM 12:00 MN Super Monkey Adventures

12:00 MN 1:00 AM Diyos at Bayan

Sunday

8:00 8:30 AM Go Negosyo Bigtime

8:30 9:30 AM Cartoons

9:30 10:00 AM Philippine Explorer

10:00 11:00 AM Gandang Ricky Reyes

11:00 AM 12:00 NN Jumong

12:00 NN 1:00 PM Love in Heaven


1:00 5:00 PM Q Matinees

5:00 5:30 PM Just Joking!

5:30 6:00 PM Worlds Funniest Videos

6:00 7:00 PM Ang Pinaka

7:00 8:00 PM Chef to Go

8:00 9:00 PM Hired!

9:00 9:10 PM Quickfire

9:10 11:00 PM Sunday Super Sine

11:00 PM 12:00 MN Super Monkey Adventures

12:00 MN 1:00 AM Jesus the Healer

Old Studio 23 Sked (late 2007/early 2008)

December 23, 2010 at 8:36am

Old Studio 23 Sked (late 2007/early 2008)

MONDAY

07:30 Sineskwela

08:00 MYX

11:00 Oprah

12:00 PBB Celebrity Edition (Streaming)

02:00 UAAP Volleyball Replay

06:00 Rush TV, Atin To!


7:30 Kabarkada Break the Bank

08:30 Greys Anatomy

09:30 Brothers & Sisters

10:30 News Central

11:00 Tablescapes..Life on a Plate / WOW: Whats on Weekend

12:00 Myx

TUESDAY

07:30 Math-tinik

08:00 MYX

11:00 Oprah

12:00 PBB Celebrity Edition (Streaming)

02:00 UAAP Volleyball Replay

06:00 Rush TV, Atin To!

7:30 Kabarkada Break the Bank

08:30 Amazing Race

09:30 Ugly Betty

10:30 News Central

11:00 Living with Fran / Good Times

12:00 Myx

WEDNESDAY
07:30 Sineskwela

08:00 MYX

11:00 Oprah

12:00 PBB Celebrity Edition (Streaming)

02:00 NCAA Replay

06:00 Rush TV, Atin To!

7:30 Kabarkada Break the Bank

08:30 Kyle XY

09:30 Smallville

10:30 News Central

11:00 Living with Fran

THURSDAY

07:30 Math-tinik

08:00 MYX

11:00 Oprah

12:00 PBB Celebrity Edition (Streaming)

02:00 UAAP Replay

06:00 Rush TV, Atin To!

7:30 Kabarkada Break the Bank

08:30 What About Brian

09:30 Desperate Housewives


10:30 News Central

11:00 Living with Fran

FRIDAY

07:30 Sineskwela

08:00 MYX

11:00 Oprah

12:00 PBB Celebrity Edition (Streaming)

04:00 NCAA Replay

06:00 Rush TV, Atin To!

7:30 Kabarkada Break the Bank

08:30 Supernatural (Season 2)

09:30 Criminal Minds

10:30 News Central

11:00 Living with Fran

SATURDAY

08:00 Jimmy Neutron / Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

8:30 Monster By Mistake / Belo Beauty 101

09:00 Xiaolin Showdown / WCG TV

9:30 Dragon Booster / Gourmet Everyday

10:00 Monkey Typhoon / Pasyal / Look Whos Cooking


10:30 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles / Tablescapes Life on a Plate

11:00 Sports Kidz

11:30 Taekwondo TV

12:00 National Quiz Bee

1:00 Pinoy Sports Idol

02:00 Punchtime

03:00 UAAP Season 70

06:00 Rush TV, Atin To!

07:30 Y Speak

8:30 Lost (Encore)

09:30 Barkada Nights

11:30 Reel Deal

12:00 Barkada Nights Plus

01:30 Myx

SUNDAY

7:30 Armor of God

08:00 Family Rosary Crusade

09:00 Rivers of Living Water Catholic Community Healing Mass

10:00 Teen Titans

10:30 The Batman

10:58 Barkada Trip


11:00 Superman: Animated Series

11:30 Justice League Unlimited

12:00 Slipstream

01:00 Hotwire

01:30 Stoplight TV

02:00 UAAP Replay

06:00 Worlds Craziest Videos

06:30 Kid Nation

07:30 Ghost Whisperer

08:30 Us Girls

09:15 Two and a Half Men

09:45 Rules of Engagement

10:15 International Fight League

11:15 Ano Bang Trip Mo?

11:45 Reel Deal

12:15 Myx

Old Studio 23 Sked (late 2008/early 2009)

December 23, 2010 at 8:37am

Old Studio 23 Sked (late 2008/early 2009)

Weekdays
7:30 am Sineskwela (Monday, Wednesday & Friday)

Math Tinik (old episodes) (Tuesday & Thursday)

8 am Myx

11 am Which Star are you From?/Spring Waltz/Something about 1%

12 nn Princess Lulu/Marrying a Millionaire/Princess Hours

1 pm Finding Rodrigo

Later

10 am Las Tontas

11 am It Started with a Kiss

12 nn to 1 pm Only You

2 pm Balls (Monday & Tuesday)

ABS-CBN Sports block (Wednesday-Friday)

6 pm The Batman

6:30 pm Justice League Unlimited

7 pm Samurai X

7:30 pm Oprah

8:30 pm -

Monday: Greys Anatomy

Tuesday: Reaper

Wednesday: CSI
Thursday:

8:30 pm Two and a Half Men

9 pm Samantha Who?

Friday: Ghost Whisperer

9:30 pm -

Monday: Brothers & Sisters

Tuesday: Ugly Betty

Wednesday: Smallville

Thursday: Desperate Housewives

Friday: Criminal Minds

10:30 pm News Central

11 pm -

Rules of Engagement (Monday-Wednesday & Friday)

Man & Machine (Thursday)

11:30 pm The Late Show with David Letterman

12:30 am MAXXX on Studio 23

1:30 am to 3 am Myx

Saturday

7:30 am Cartoons

9 am Belo Beauty 101

9:30 am Gourmet Everyday


10 am Look Whos Cooking

10:30 am Tablescapes Life on a Plate

11 am Sports Kids

11:30 am Taekwondo TV

12 nn Precious Time

2 pm ABS-CBN Sports block

7 pm Supernatural

8 pm Lost

9 pm Barkada Nights

11:30 pm Reel Deal

12 mn to 3 am Myx

Sunday

7 am Family Rosary Crusade

8 am Friends Again

9 am Rivers of Living Water Catholic Community Healing Mass

10 am Spotlight TV

10:30 am Slipstream

11 am Hotwire

11:30 am Hardcore Bros. Easy Ride

12 nn Sunday LBO

2 pm ABS-CBN Sports block


6:45 pm I Survived a Japanese Game Show

7:45 pm Us Girls

8:45 pm Private Practice

9:45 pm Dirty Sexy Money

10:45 pm MAXXX on Studio 23

1 am to 3 am Myx

Cory Aquino Farewell Special Coverage

December 23, 2010 at 8:38am

Cory Aquino Farewell Special Coverage (Major TV Sked) (8/4/09)

ABS-CBN 2

4:30 am Regular programming (wi