Delta Broadcasting System

Delta Broadcasting System, Inc.
Delta Broadcasting System, Inc. (DBS) is a media company owned by El Shaddai leader Bro.wikipedia
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DWXI-AM

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It operates DWXI 1314 kHz AM, an AM radio station which is started in 1981, and DBS TV Channel 35, a UHF television station.
DWXI (1314 kHz Metro Manila) is an AM station of Delta Broadcasting System in the Philippines.

Mike Velarde

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Delta Broadcasting System, Inc. (DBS) is a media company owned by El Shaddai leader Bro. Mike Velarde.
He is also the owner of Amvel Land Development Corporation, a real estate company, and Delta Broadcasting System.

DWDE-TV

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It operates DWXI 1314 kHz AM, an AM radio station which is started in 1981, and DBS TV Channel 35, a UHF television station. In 1995, DBS TV was launched on VHF Channel 11.
DWDE-TV, channel 35, is a UHF television station in the Philippines owned and operated by the Delta Broadcasting System, a company owned by El Shaddai servant leader Bro. Mike Z. Velarde.

El Shaddai (movement)

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Delta Broadcasting System, Inc. (DBS) is a media company owned by El Shaddai leader Bro. Mike Velarde.
Congress intervened and awarded Villanueva the right the acquire the frequency, with him paying Velarde for the stock and assets held by Delta Broadcasting System (DBS).

ZOE Broadcasting Network

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In 1998, ZOE Broadcasting Network, through its head Jesus is Lord leader Eddie Villanueva, bought Channel 11 and DBS TV moved to Channel 35.
Villanueva paid Velarde for the stocks and assets held by the channel's then-owner Delta Broadcasting System (DBS).

DZOE-TV

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In 1995, DBS TV was launched on VHF Channel 11.
His organization paid compensation to Velarde's broadcast company Delta Broadcasting System as completion of the deal.

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In 1981, at the height of his real estate business expansion around what is now the Ninoy Aquino International Airport, Bro.

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In 1998, ZOE Broadcasting Network, through its head Jesus is Lord leader Eddie Villanueva, bought Channel 11 and DBS TV moved to Channel 35.

Eddie Villanueva

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In 1998, ZOE Broadcasting Network, through its head Jesus is Lord leader Eddie Villanueva, bought Channel 11 and DBS TV moved to Channel 35.

President of the Philippines

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11303 known as "An Act Renewing for Another Twenty-five (25) Years the Franchise Granted to the Delta Broadcasting System, Inc. to Establish, Maintain and Operate the Radio and Television Broadcasting Stations within the Philippines Under Republic Act No. 7723" signed by President Rodrigo Duterte.

Rodrigo Duterte

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11303 known as "An Act Renewing for Another Twenty-five (25) Years the Franchise Granted to the Delta Broadcasting System, Inc. to Establish, Maintain and Operate the Radio and Television Broadcasting Stations within the Philippines Under Republic Act No. 7723" signed by President Rodrigo Duterte.

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List of analog television stations in the Philippines

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DZOZ-DTV

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Before 2006, ZOE Broadcasting Network operated on VHF Channel 11, after being awarded from its previous owner Delta Broadcasting System in 1998.

DWXI

DWXI may refer to the 2 flagship stations of Delta Broadcasting System, Inc. both licensed on Metro Manila, Philippines

DZRH-TV

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As a result, the channel 11 frequency license was eventually acquired by El Shaddai-led Delta Broadcasting System, Inc. in 1995, with the frequency's new callsign DWXI-TV.