People's Television Network

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People's Television Network (abbreviated PTV) is the flagship state television network owned by the Philippine Government.wikipedia
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Philippine Broadcasting Service

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PTV, along with sister media companies Radio Philippines Network (minority-owned) and Intercontinental Broadcasting Corporation, as well as radio network Philippine Broadcasting Service, forms the media arm of the PCOO. Before the launch, RnB - as part of the Philippine Broadcasting Service - had already, since 2012, been simulcasting News @ 1 and News @ 6 on radio on all its stations.
PBS, along with its television network counterpart People's Television Network and sister media companies Radio Philippines Network (minority-owned) and Intercontinental Broadcasting Corporation, forms the media arm of the PCOO.

Intercontinental Broadcasting Corporation

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PTV, along with sister media companies Radio Philippines Network (minority-owned) and Intercontinental Broadcasting Corporation, as well as radio network Philippine Broadcasting Service, forms the media arm of the PCOO.
IBC TV, along with sister media companies People's Television Network and Philippine Broadcasting Service, forms the media arm of the PCOO.

Radio Philippines Network

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PTV, along with sister media companies Radio Philippines Network (minority-owned) and Intercontinental Broadcasting Corporation, as well as radio network Philippine Broadcasting Service, forms the media arm of the PCOO. It later became the national network for the broadcasts of the 1988 Summer Olympics along with RPN.
RPN, along with sister media companies People's Television Network and Philippine Broadcasting Service, forms the media arm of the PCOO.

DWGT-TV

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The country's government television network began operations on February 2, 1974 as Government Television (GTV-4), a division of the National Media Production Center.
DWGT-TV, channel 4, is the flagship station of Philippine-government owned television network People's Television Network.

Presidential Communications Group (Philippines)

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Founded in 1974, PTV is the main brand of People's Television Network, Inc. (PTNI), one of the attached agencies under the [[Presidential Communications Group (Philippines)#Presidential Communications Office|Presidential Communications Operations Office (PCOO)]].
There are three government-run television networks, namely the People's Television Network (PTV-4), the Radio Philippines Network (RPN-9) and the Intercontinental Broadcasting Corporation (IBC-13).

ABS-CBN Broadcasting Center

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It was first headquartered in the Solana Building in Intramuros, Manila, and later relocated to the Broadcast Plaza in Bohol Avenue, Quezon City (now currently re-occupied by ABS-CBN).
It also became home of two newly formed networks BBC which took Channel 2 and Government Television (GTV) which took Channel 4 in 1974.

ABS-CBN

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It was first headquartered in the Solana Building in Intramuros, Manila, and later relocated to the Broadcast Plaza in Bohol Avenue, Quezon City (now currently re-occupied by ABS-CBN). It has covered the Olympic Games, starting with the 1988 Olympic Games in Seoul, except Barcelona Olympics in 1992 (covered by ABS-CBN), the Beijing Olympics in 2008 (covered by Solar Entertainment Corporation), London Olympics in 2012 and the Rio Olympics in 2016 (covered by TV5).
The network itself was taken over by Roberto Benedicto, a presidential crony, who used the Broadcasting Center at Bohol Avenue, then renamed as "Broadcast Plaza", as the home of MBS-4.

National Media Production Center

The country's government television network began operations on February 2, 1974 as Government Television (GTV-4), a division of the National Media Production Center.
After ABS-CBN was closed and the PBS was abolished to give way for the Bureau of Broadcasts (BB), the government through NMPC started to broadcast its own television station on Channel 4 as "Government Television" (GTV) under Lito Gorospe and later by then-Press Secretary Francisco Tatad.

People Power Revolution

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Following the People Power Revolution in 1986 on which it was taken over by pro-Corazon Aquino soldiers and supporters, it was, during that very historic event in national history, officially rebranded as People's Television (PTV) two months later in April.
The jubilation was however short-lived as Marcos later appeared on television on the government-controlled MBS-4, (using the foreclosed ABS-CBN facilities, transmitter, and compound in Broadcast Plaza) declaring that he would not step down.

Solar Entertainment Corporation

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It has covered the Olympic Games, starting with the 1988 Olympic Games in Seoul, except Barcelona Olympics in 1992 (covered by ABS-CBN), the Beijing Olympics in 2008 (covered by Solar Entertainment Corporation), London Olympics in 2012 and the Rio Olympics in 2016 (covered by TV5).
Some retrenched government employees were relocated to either People's Television Network (PTV 4) or Intercontinental Broadcasting Corporation (IBC 13) (both State-run broadcasters).

Tina Monzon-Palma

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Broadcasters Tina Monzon Palma and Jose Mari Velez were tapped by President Corazon Aquino to handle the newly-rebranded station for a few months, before they were taken back to GMA 7.
After the People Power Revolution, then President Corazon Aquino assigned Monzon-Palma and Jose Mari Velez to manage Channel 4, which was renamed to People's Television Network (PTV-4).

News @ 1

Before the launch, RnB - as part of the Philippine Broadcasting Service - had already, since 2012, been simulcasting News @ 1 and News @ 6 on radio on all its stations.
News @ 1 is the afternoon newscast of People's Television Network in the Philippines.

News @ 6

Before the launch, RnB - as part of the Philippine Broadcasting Service - had already, since 2012, been simulcasting News @ 1 and News @ 6 on radio on all its stations.
News @ 6 is the flagship evening newscast of People's Television Network in the Philippines, succeeding newscast Teledyaryo.

RadyoBisyon

In 2014, the partnership between the two was revived with an all new morning news program, RadyoBisyon, which is also simulcast on IBC-13 and heard in Radyo ng Bayan stations nationwide, broadcasting from its own studios and the RnB radio booth.
RadyoBisyon (RadioVision, portmanteau of Filipino words of "radio" and "television") is the Philippine national morning radio and television newscast that was produced by Media ng Bayan, aired on People's Television Network (PTV), Intercontinental Broadcasting Corporation (IBC) and PBS-Radyo ng Bayan.

Philippine Basketball Association

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In 1976, when it broadcast games of the young Philippine Basketball Association, it began color broadcasts, transitioning to full color (the last national network to do so) in 1978-79.

PTV Newsbreak

A new logo of PTV, which was conceptualized by former PTV senior graphic artist LA (replacing its 2012 version), was previewed on the March 11, 2017 edition of PTV Newsbreak in the occasion of the inauguration of the station's Cordillera hub in Baguio City.
PTV Newsbreak is the hourly news bulletin of People's Television Network.

1988 Summer Olympics

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It has covered the Olympic Games, starting with the 1988 Olympic Games in Seoul, except Barcelona Olympics in 1992 (covered by ABS-CBN), the Beijing Olympics in 2008 (covered by Solar Entertainment Corporation), London Olympics in 2012 and the Rio Olympics in 2016 (covered by TV5). It later became the national network for the broadcasts of the 1988 Summer Olympics along with RPN.

Salaam TV (Philippine TV channel)

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The proposed PBC will also launch the country's first Specialty channels for the Muslim minority (Salaam TV) and the Lumad peoples of the south.
Salaam TV is a Philippine government-owned Islamic channel owned by the Presidential Communications Operations Office through the People's Television Network (PTV).

2017 Southeast Asian Games

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PTNI was the carrying station of the South East Asian Games in 1991, 1995, 2005, and 2007, missing from 2009, and resuming at 2017; Asian Games from 1986 to 2006 and the IAAF World Championships in Athletics in 2007 and 2009.

DZRB-AM

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In 2005, several Radio ng Bayan programs were also aired on then NBN with the Visayas Avenue studios used for some of them, under the Tinig ng Bayan banner.
During his first State of the Nation Address, President Rodrigo Duterte will pass a law merging PBS with its TV counterpart, People's Television Network into the "People's Broadcasting Corporation (PBC)".

2007 World Championships in Athletics

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PTNI was the carrying station of the South East Asian Games in 1991, 1995, 2005, and 2007, missing from 2009, and resuming at 2017; Asian Games from 1986 to 2006 and the IAAF World Championships in Athletics in 2007 and 2009.

Quezon City

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It was first headquartered in the Solana Building in Intramuros, Manila, and later relocated to the Broadcast Plaza in Bohol Avenue, Quezon City (now currently re-occupied by ABS-CBN). Its head office, studios and transmitter are located at Broadcast Complex, Visayas Avenue, Barangay Vasra, Diliman, Quezon City.
Television companies such as ABS-CBN, RPN, GMA Network, INC TV, UNTV, Net 25, PTV, and IBC all have their headquarters in Quezon City.

Martín Andanar

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Under the guidance of Presidential Communications Secretary Martin Andanar, the network will undertake a major revitalization plan to improve the station's programming and expand its nationwide presence, to be at par with state-media outfits BBC of United Kingdom, NHK of Japan, PBS of the United States of America, CBC of Canada and ABC Australia and to bring back its glorious years as one of the Top 5 television networks in the country in the 1970s and 1980s.
Andanar was tasked with supervising both the operations of the government's news and information agencies, which includes the Philippine Information Agency, Philippines News Agency, People's Television Network, Philippine Broadcasting Service-Bureau of Broadcast Services, Bureau of Communications Services, National Printing Office, APO Production Unit, and Intercontinental Broadcasting Corp.

Government of the Philippines

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People's Television Network (abbreviated PTV) is the flagship state television network owned by the Philippine Government.

Studio

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Its head office, studios and transmitter are located at Broadcast Complex, Visayas Avenue, Barangay Vasra, Diliman, Quezon City.