DZBB-TV

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DZBB-TV, is the flagship TV station of Philippine television network GMA Network.wikipedia
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GMA Network

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DZBB-TV, is the flagship TV station of Philippine television network GMA Network.
As the network expanded it changed into Global Media Arts. GMA's is the flagship television station is DZBB-TV which are carried VHF Channel 7 (Analog broadcast) and UHF Channel 27 (Digital broadcast).

Tower of Power (transmitter)

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Its studios are located at the GMA Network Center, at the corner of Timog Avenue and Epifanio de los Santos Avenue in Quezon City, while its transmitter station is located at the GMA Tower of Power, Tandang Sora Avenue, Barangay Culiat, Quezon City.
It serves as a transmitter facility for flagship stations DZBB-TV 7 (analog and digital) and DWLS (Barangay LS) 97.1.

GMA Network Center

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Its studios are located at the GMA Network Center, at the corner of Timog Avenue and Epifanio de los Santos Avenue in Quezon City, while its transmitter station is located at the GMA Tower of Power, Tandang Sora Avenue, Barangay Culiat, Quezon City.
The building houses Super Radyo DZBB 594 AM, Barangay LS 97.1 FM, GMA-7, and GMA News TV-11.

DWWX-TV

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On October 29, 1961, RBS Channel 7, the third television station in the Philippines (after ABS Channel 3 and CBN Channel 9, which were owned by ABS-CBN which now owns Channel 2 in Manila), started operations with just 25 employees (other stations had 200), a surplus transmitter, two old cameras and no lighting equipment and props.
The monopoly in television was broken in 1961 when DZBB-TV 7 was established by Republic Broadcasting System (now GMA Network, Inc.) (RBS), then owned by Robert "Uncle Bob" Stewart.

DZBB-AM

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DZBB-TV traces its history to Metro Manila radio station DZBB, owned by Loreto F. de Hemedes, Inc., later renamed Republic Broadcasting System, Inc. of Robert "Uncle Bob" Stewart.
Due to the success of DZBB, Stewart ventured into television on October 29, 1961 as DZBB-TV Channel 7 with the branding of RBS-7 (now known as GMA-7 Manila).

Flagship (broadcasting)

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DZBB-TV, is the flagship TV station of Philippine television network GMA Network.

Quezon City

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Its studios are located at the GMA Network Center, at the corner of Timog Avenue and Epifanio de los Santos Avenue in Quezon City, while its transmitter station is located at the GMA Tower of Power, Tandang Sora Avenue, Barangay Culiat, Quezon City.
The transmitter of GMA Network and Barangay LS 97.1 is located near Culiat.

List of GMA Network stations

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List of GMA Network stations

GMA Network (company)

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On October 29, 1961, the company launched its first television station, RBS TV Channel 7 using local VHF channel 7.

DWDB-TV

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UHF Channel 27 (551.143 MHz)
Last February 2013, GMA started its digital test broadcasts, simulcasting both GMA-7 and GMA News TV-11 using the Japanese ISDB-T digital TV platform using the channel's frequency.

DZOE-TV

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The simulcast would last until 2007, when DWDB-TV shut down permanently to allow channel 27 to be used for future digital television trial broadcasts of DZBB-TV.

DWLS

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Barangay LS 97.1
DZBB-TV

Philippines

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DZBB-TV, is the flagship TV station of Philippine television network GMA Network.

Television network

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DZBB-TV, is the flagship TV station of Philippine television network GMA Network.

EDSA (road)

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Its studios are located at the GMA Network Center, at the corner of Timog Avenue and Epifanio de los Santos Avenue in Quezon City, while its transmitter station is located at the GMA Tower of Power, Tandang Sora Avenue, Barangay Culiat, Quezon City.

Melchora Aquino

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Its studios are located at the GMA Network Center, at the corner of Timog Avenue and Epifanio de los Santos Avenue in Quezon City, while its transmitter station is located at the GMA Tower of Power, Tandang Sora Avenue, Barangay Culiat, Quezon City.

Metro Manila

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DZBB-TV traces its history to Metro Manila radio station DZBB, owned by Loreto F. de Hemedes, Inc., later renamed Republic Broadcasting System, Inc. of Robert "Uncle Bob" Stewart.

ABS-CBN

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On October 29, 1961, RBS Channel 7, the third television station in the Philippines (after ABS Channel 3 and CBN Channel 9, which were owned by ABS-CBN which now owns Channel 2 in Manila), started operations with just 25 employees (other stations had 200), a surplus transmitter, two old cameras and no lighting equipment and props.

Transmitter

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On October 29, 1961, RBS Channel 7, the third television station in the Philippines (after ABS Channel 3 and CBN Channel 9, which were owned by ABS-CBN which now owns Channel 2 in Manila), started operations with just 25 employees (other stations had 200), a surplus transmitter, two old cameras and no lighting equipment and props.

Bankruptcy

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The station was always in the red and Stewart was about to give up; when the program "Dancetime with Chito" suddenly became an instant hit and advertising revenues started to pour in. Canned programs from the United States further sustained its success.

United States

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The station was always in the red and Stewart was about to give up; when the program "Dancetime with Chito" suddenly became an instant hit and advertising revenues started to pour in. Canned programs from the United States further sustained its success.

President of the Philippines

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In 1972, President Ferdinand Marcos declared martial law in the Philippines and the station was forced to shut down, though it only lasted for more than 3 months, and returned on the air in late-December of that year; this time, blocktimed by the National Media Production Center (NMPC) with limited three-month permits.

Ferdinand Marcos

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In 1972, President Ferdinand Marcos declared martial law in the Philippines and the station was forced to shut down, though it only lasted for more than 3 months, and returned on the air in late-December of that year; this time, blocktimed by the National Media Production Center (NMPC) with limited three-month permits.

Martial law

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In 1972, President Ferdinand Marcos declared martial law in the Philippines and the station was forced to shut down, though it only lasted for more than 3 months, and returned on the air in late-December of that year; this time, blocktimed by the National Media Production Center (NMPC) with limited three-month permits.

National Media Production Center

In 1972, President Ferdinand Marcos declared martial law in the Philippines and the station was forced to shut down, though it only lasted for more than 3 months, and returned on the air in late-December of that year; this time, blocktimed by the National Media Production Center (NMPC) with limited three-month permits.