TV Stations Located in Quezon City

You might be a balikbayan who wants to watch a live noontime show or a fresh graduate looking for job opportunities in the biggest TV stations in the country.

If you are any of these, or you’re simply looking for addresses of the most notable TV stations in Q.C., browse through the list below and you’ll get everything you need.

1. ABS-CBN Broadcasting Corporation

(Channel 2 via free TV)

Alto Broadcasting System – Chronicle Broadcasting Network, most commonly known as ABS-CBN, is one of the largest multimedia conglomerates in the country. Broadcasting for 60 years on Philippine television, the network has gained a loyal following among its audience. The network is known for its solid news department, elaborately written and produced soap operas, and nostalgic films.

Address:

Mother Ignacia Street, Sgt. E.A. Esguerra Avenue Corner, Quezon City 1100

Telephone: (02) 415-2272

Website: http:///www.abs-cbn.com

Social Media Accounts:
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ABSCBNnetwork
Twitter Accounts:
ABS-CBN Corporation: @ABSCBN
ABS-CBN News: @ABSCBNNews
ABS-CBN News Showbiz: @ABSCBN_Showbiz
ABS-CBN Kapamilya: @ABSCBNChannel2
ASAP ABS-CBN: @ASAPOFFICIAL
ABS-CBN Sports: @abscbnsports

2. People’s Television Network (PTN/PTV Philippines)

(Channel 4 via free TV)

People’s Television Network–or most commonly known as PTV–is the Philippines’ government television network. Established in 1992, the TV network mostly airs news and current affairs shows as well as public service announcements. PTV traces its roots from the government owned and controlled TV network, Government Television, which was founded in 1974. The TV network witnessed drastic changes along with the historic events that shook the country.

Address: Visayas Ave, Vasra, Quezon City, 1128

Telephone: (02) 920-6521
Website: http://www.ptv.ph/
Social Media Accounts:
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PTVph
YouTube: PTVPhilippines

3. TV5

(Channel 5 via free TV)

Branded as The Kapatid Network, TV5 is a wholly owned subsidiary of the Philippine Long Distance Telephone Company (PLDT). Like most broadcasting corporations in the country, TV5’s roots began operations in the 1960’s. Through the decades, the network went through several management transitions. It was during the late 2000’s that TV5 built a strong standing in the market. It’s notable for dubbing syndicated TV series and movies from the US and for lifestyle and showbiz talk shows.

Address: 762 Quirino Highway, Brgy. San Bartolome, Novaliches, Quezon City

Telephone: (02) 936-2551

Website: http://www.tv5.com.ph/

Social Media Accounts:
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TV5manila
Twitter Accounts:
TV5: @TV5manila
TV5 News: @tv5newsnow
News5 AKSYON: @News5AKSYON

4. GMA Network

(Channel 7 via free TV)

Known as the Kapuso Network, GMA Network has been in the industry for over 50 years. During the Martial Law in the 1970’s, the TV network was placed under military control. It started to gain loyal following during the 1990’s when it began selling block times to production companies, consequently airing shows like Eat Bulaga! and Okey Ka Fairy Ko! Its News and Public Affairs department also captured the attention of international audience when a number of its shows received accolades from The George Foster Peabody Awards program and the US International Film & Video Festival.

Address: EDSA corner Timog Avenue, Diliman, Quezon City

Telephone: (02) 928-7021

Website: http://www.gmanetwork.com/
Social Media Accounts:
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/GMANetwork
Twitter Accounts:
GMA Network: @gmanetwork
GMA News: @gmanews

5. Intercontinental Broadcasting Corporation (IBC)

(Channel 13 via free TV)

The Intercontinental Broadcasting Corporation, or most commonly known as IBC, operates under the Presidential Communications Operations Office. The TV network is notable for airing cultural programs that showcase the Filipinos history and heritage. IBC is currently undergoing a privatization transition with Manny V. Pangilinan as one of its possible bidders.

Address: Broadcast City Capitol Hills Old Balara Diliman, Quezon City 1211

Telephone: (02) 931-8789

6. Net25

(Channel 25 via free TV)

Owned and operated by Eagle Broadcasting Corporation, Net 25 is a TV network deemed by the public as family-friendly. It commonly airs shows that are ANAK TV Seal-worthy. Net25’s notable shows include Agila Balita, Convergence, Spoon, and Ang Iglesia ni Cristo.
Address: 25 Central Ave., Diliman, Quezon City

Telephone: (02) 784-7450

Website: http://www.eaglebroadcasting.net/
Social Media Accounts:
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NET25DitoNaKo
Twitter: @Net25TV

7. UNTV

untv quezon city
UNTV News and Rescue 37 Station

(Channel 37 via free TV)
DWAO-TV, or more commonly known as UNTV, is notable for broadcasting Ang Dating Daan—the longest running religious program in the country. The TV network started as a television counterpart to FM station WishFM1075. Currently,
UNTV mostly airs public affairs programs headed by the network’s chairman and CEO Daniel Razon.
Address: 907-915 UNTV Center, EDSA, Brgy. Philam Homes, Quezon City
Telephone: (02) 442-6244
Website: http://www.untvweb.com/
Social Media Accounts:
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/UNTV
Twitter: https://twitter.com/UNTVLife
Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/user/UNTVKasangbahay

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