Signons and Signoffs Wiki
Advertisement

NOTE: GMA Network is a Philippine free-to-air television and radio network GMA Network is the flagship property of GMA Network Inc. Today, GMA is the Philippine largest and leading brodcasting network. Its first broadcast on television was on October 29, 1961, GMA Network (formerly known as RBS TV Channel 7, GMA Radio-Television Arts then GMA Rainbow Satellite Network) is commonly signified to as the "Kapuso Network" in reference to the outline of the company’s logo. It has also been called the “Christian Network” which refers to the apparent programming during the tenure of the new management, which took over in 1974.

GMA's programmings is news and public affairs, public service, documentaries, educational, lifestyle and entertainment programs. This station is currently on the air with GMA Network on Digital TV stations are DTV Channel 15 (479.143 MHz) in Metro Manila and Ilocos Sur, DTV Channel 38 (617.143 MHz) in North Luzon and Naga, DTV Channel 32 (681.143 MHz) in Batangas, DTV Channel 29 (563.143 MHz) in Iloilo / Gumarias, DTV Channel 44 (653.143 MHz) in Bacolod, DTV Channel 26 (545.143 MHz) in Metro Cebu, DTV Channel 47 (671.143 MHz) in Cagayan De Oro and DTV Channel 37 (611.143 MHz) in Metro Davao signals subchannels of GMA, GTV, Heart of Asia, Hallypop, I Heart Movies, GMA Program Sch. 2, DepEd TV and GMA 1Seg.

GMA can be seen on Free TV Ch. 7 Manila among 51 Free TV stations and are also seen on Digital TV Ch. 15 Manila among 5 Digital TV stations, GMA Affordabox and GMA Now Ch. 1, SkyCable Ch. 12, Destiny Cable Ch. 12, Cablelink Ch. 12, GSat Ch. 7, Cignal Ch. 7 and selected 500 Cable and Satellite providers Nationwide.

Contents

October 29, 1961 – September 21, 1972 (as DZBB-TV Channel 7)[]

DZBB-TV Channel 7.png

This is DZBB-Channel 7

A commercial TV station transmitting of 10 kilowatts output with permit no 22-BEB-002-61

Channel 7 Studios and transmitter are located at the RBS Building E. delos Santos Avenue, Republic of the Philippines.

Channel 7 Engineering is headed by _________________.

Channel 7 Transmission Crew is composed of Electronics & Communications Engineers and First Class Radio Operators with license number issued by the The Radio Control Board, Department of Public Works, Transportation and Communications.

Lists of Names of DZBB 7 Engineering Department:

DZBB 7, now signing On/Off.

(Sign off) Thank you for viewing with us.

NOTE: On September 21, 1972, then-President Ferdinand Marcos declared martial law by the virtue of Proclamation 1081. Marcos, ruling by decree, curtailed press freedom and other civil liberties; closed down the Congress and media establishments including RBS.

November 3, 1972 – June 30, 1974 (as RBS Channel 7) (Voice By _________________)[]

RBS TV Channel 7.png

This is RBS DZBB-Channel 7

A commercial TV station transmitting of 50 kilowatts output with permit no BG/AM/1145/72

Channel 7 Studios and transmitter are located at the RBS Building E de los Santos Avenue, Republic of the Philippines.

Channel 7 Engineering is headed by _________________.

Channel 7 Transmission Crew is composed of Electronics & Communications Engineers and First Class Radio Operators with license number issued by the Board of Communications, Department of Public Works, Transportation and Communications.

Lists of Names of RBS 7 Engineering Department:

RBS, now signing On/Off.

(Sign off) Thank you for viewing with us.

1975 – 1979 (as GMA Radio-Television Arts) (voiced by Helen Vela †: 1975-1986)[]

GMA Radio-Television Arts (1975).png

This is GMA Radio-Television Arts DZBB-TV Channel 7

A commercial TV station transmitting of 50 kilowatts output with permit no BG/AM/0938/75

Channel 7 Studios and transmitter are located at the GMA Building E de los Santos Avenue, Republic of the Philippines.

Channel 7 Engineering is headed by _________________.

Channel 7 Transmission Crew is composed of Electronics & Communications Engineers and First Class Radio Operators with license number issued by the Telecommunications Control Bureau, Department of Public Works, Transportation and Communications.

Lists of Names of GMA 7 Engineering Department:

GMA, now signing On/Off.

(Sign off) Thank you for viewing with us.

1979 – 1982 (voiced by Helen Vela †: 1975-1986)[]

(Sign-On) This is GMA Radio-Television Arts, saying Good Morning. As we invite you for another day of pleasurable viewing.

(Sign Off) This is GMA Radio-Television Arts, saying Good Night. As bring to close another day. Thank you for staying with us.

This is GMA Radio-Television Arts DZBB-TV Channel 7

A commercial TV station transmitting of 50 kilowatts output with permit no BG/AM/0963/79.

Channel 7 Studios and transmitter are located at the GMA Building, E de los Santos Avenue, Republic of the Philippines.

Channel 7 Engineering is headed by _________________.

Channel 7 Transmission Crew is composed of Electronics & Communications Engineers and First Class Radio Operators with license number issued by the Telecommunications Control Bureau, Department of Public Works, Transportation and Communications.

Lists of Names of GMA 7 Engineering Department:

GMA, now signing On/Off.

(Sign off) Thank you for viewing with us.

NOTE: Helen Vela died on February 14, 1992.

NOTE: In December 1972, RBS was allowed by the government to return on the air this time by its block time agreement with the National Media Production Center (NMPC), however with limited three-month permits. But due to limited licenses, difficulty in financial obligations, and disallowing foreign citizens and entities from owning and operating media companies in the Philippines, Stewart and the American Broadcasting Company, In 1974, RBS, including its TV and radio stations, were sold to a triumvirate composed of Felipe Gozon, Gilberto Duavit, Sr., and Menardo Jimenez who introduced a programming concept catering to the new audience. The new management acquired new equipment and introduced new programs and a new name, GMA (Greater Manila Area) Radio-Television Arts with its new identity, "Where You Belong" in 1979.

1982 – June 1, 1986[]

(Sign-On) This is GMA Radio-Television Arts, saying Good Morning. As we invite you for another day of pleasurable viewing.

(Sign Off) This is GMA Radio-Television Arts, saying Good Night. As bring to close another day. Thank you for staying with us.

This is GMA Radio-Television Arts, DZBB-TV Channel 7.

A commercial TV Station with 50,000-watt transmitting power authorized under temporary Licensed No. BC-0542-82 issued by the National Telecommunications Commission, valid until December 31, 1985.

GMA Studios and transmitter are located at GMA EDSA TV Complex, EDSA corner Timog Avenue, Diliman, Quezon City, Republic of the Philippines.

GMA Engineering is headed by: Engr. ____________.

GMA Transmission Personnel is composed of Electronics and Communications Engineers, Technicians and First Class Radio Operators with license issued by the National Telecommunications Commission.

Lists of Names of GMA 7 Engineering Department

GMA, now signing On/Off.

(Sign off) Thank you for viewing with us.

June 2, 1986 – November 12, 1987 (voiced by George Boone Mercado: June 2, 1986-April 29,1992)[]

(Sign-On) This is GMA Radio-Television Arts, saying Good Morning. As we invite you for another day of pleasurable viewing.

(Sign Off) This is GMA Radio-Television Arts, saying Good Night. As bring to close another day. Thank you for staying with us.

This is GMA Radio-Television Arts, DZBB-TV Channel 7.

A commercial TV station with 50,000-watt transmitting power authorized under Temporary License number BSD-0285-86 issued by the National Telecommunications Commission valid until December 31, 1989.

GMA Studios and transmitter are located at the GMA EDSA TV Complex, EDSA corner Timog Avenue, Diliman, Quezon City, Republic of the Philippines.

GMA Engineering is headed by Engr. _________________.

GMA Transmission Crew is composed of Electronics & Communications Engineers and First Class Radio Operators with license number issued by the National Telecommunications Commission.

List of GMA Network Engineering Staff


GMA, now signing On/Off.

(Sign off) Thank you for viewing with us.

November 13, 1987 – November 6, 1988 (voiced by Shirley Escalante: June 2, 1986-April 29, 1992)[]

DZBB-TV_GMA_Ch.7_Sign-Off_1988_~Copy_On_Site_022~

DZBB-TV GMA Ch.7 Sign-Off 1988 ~Copy On Site 022~

(Sign-On) This is GMA Radio-Television Arts, saying Good Morning. As we invite you for another day of pleasurable viewing.

(Sign Off) This is GMA Radio-Television Arts, saying Good Night. As bring to close another day. Thank you for staying with us.

This is GMA Radio-Television Arts, DZBB-TV Channel 7.

A commercial television station transmitting of 30-kilowatt transmitter output with license number BCAN-0092-81 authorizing the station to operate until December 31, 1988, with BMC Certificate number 79258.

Channel 7 Studios and Transmitter are located at GMA Building, Epifanio Delos Santos Avenue, Diliman, Quezon City, Republic of the Philippines.

Channel 7 Engineering is headed by the following Electronics & Communications Engineers:

  • Marcos Elizan with license number 256
  • Emilio Solidum with ECE number 238
  • and Cesar Jamoc with ECE number 1570

Channel 7 Technical Crew is composed of First Class Radio and Telephone Operators with license numbers issued by the National Telecommunications Commission:

  • Primo Javier
  • Herman Flaviano
  • and Almario Lontoc

GMA, now signing On/Off.

(Sign off) Thank you for viewing with us.

November 7, 1988 – December 31, 1989 (voiced by George Boone Mercado: June 2, 1986-April 29, 1992)[]

(Sign-On) This is GMA Radio-Television Arts, saying Good Morning. As we invite you for another day of pleasurable viewing.

(Sign Off) This is GMA Radio-Television Arts, saying Good Night. As bring to close another day. Thank you for staying with us.

This is GMA Radio-Television Arts, DZBB-TV Channel 7.

A commercial TV station with 50,000-watt transmitting power authorized under Temporary License number BSD-0743-87 issued by the National Telecommunications Commission valid until December 31, 1989.

GMA Studios are located at the GMA EDSA TV Complex, EDSA corner Timog Avenue, Diliman, Quezon City, Republic of the Philippines.

GMA transmitter is located at Barangay Culiat, Tandang Sora, Quezon City.

GMA Engineering is headed by Engineer Emilio C. Solidum.

GMA Transmission Crew is composed of Electronics & Communications Engineers and First Class Radio Operators with license number issued by the National Telecommunications Commission.

List of GMA Network Engineering Staff

All programs telecast on this station have been approved by the Movie and Television Review and Classification Board, seen via satellite in over 27 stations nationwide!

  • GMA-7 Manila
  • TV-5 Ilocos Norte
  • TV-7 Tuguegarao
  • TV-7 Abra
  • TV-5 Mountain Province
  • TV-10 Baguio
  • TV-5 Zambales
  • TV-10 Olongapo
  • TV-12 Batangas
  • TV-12 Puerto Princesa, Palawan
  • TV-5 Marinduque
  • TV-7 Naga
  • TV-8 Malilipot, Albay
  • TV-12 Legazpi
  • TV-10 Bacolod
  • TV-6 Iloilo
  • TV-7 Cebu
  • TV-11 Barili, Cebu
  • TV-10 Tacloban
  • TV-12 Cagayan de Oro
  • TV-10 Surigao
  • TV-7 Davao
  • TV-12 Cotabato
  • TV-5 Ozamiz
  • TV-12 Iligan
  • TV-8 General Santos
  • TV-3 Zamboanga

This is GMA, the Philippines' Largest and Most Powerful Network! Now Signing On / Off.

January 1, 1990 – April 29, 1992 (voiced by George Boone Mercado: June 2, 1986-April 29, 1992) with GMA Where You Belong Jingle 1989 (Instrumental version)[]

This is GMA, DZBB-TV Channel 7.

A commercial TV station with 50,000-watt transmitting power authorized under Temporary License number BSD-1413-89 issued by the National Telecommunications Commission valid until December 31, 1991.

GMA Studios are located at the GMA EDSA TV Complex, EDSA corner Timog Avenue, Diliman, Quezon City, Republic of the Philippines.

GMA transmitter is located at Barangay Culiat, Tandang Sora, Quezon City.

GMA Engineering is headed by Engineer Emilio C. Solidum.

GMA Transmission Crew is composed of Electronics & Communications Engineers and First Class Radio Operators with license number issued by the National Telecommunications Commission.

List of GMA Network Engineering Staff

All programs telecast on this station have been approved by the Movie and Television Review and Classification Board, seen via satellite in over 27 stations nationwide.

This is GMA, the Philippines' Largest and Most Powerful Network! Now Signing On / Off.

April 30, 1992 – December 31, 1994 (as GMA Rainbow Satellite) (voiced by Danny Soncuya: April 30, 1992-December 31, 1994) with GMA Where You Belong Theme April 30, 1992 (Instrumental version)[]

GMA Rainbow Satellite (1992).png

This is GMA Rainbow Satellite Network, DZBB-TV Channel 7.

A commercial TV station with 50,000-watt transmitting power authorized under Temporary License number BSD-(number of permit)-91 issued by the National Telecommunications Commission valid until December 31, 1994.

GMA Studios are located at the GMA Rainbow Satellite Network Complex, EDSA corner Timog Avenue, Diliman, Quezon City, Republic of the Philippines.

GMA transmitter is located at Barangay Culiat, Tandang Sora, Quezon City.

GMA Engineering is headed by Engr. _________________.

GMA Transmission Crew is composed of Electronics & Communications Engineers and First Class Radio Operators with license number issued by the National Telecommunications Commission.

List of GMA Network Engineering Staff

All programs telecast on this station have been approved by the Movie and Television Review and Classification Board, seen via satellite in over 30 stations nationwide!

  • GMA-7 Manila
  • TV-5 Ilocos Norte
  • TV-7 Tuguegarao
  • TV-7 Abra
  • TV-5 Mountain Province
  • TV-10 Baguio
  • TV-5 Botolan, Zambales
  • TV-10 Olongapo
  • TV-12 Batangas
  • TV-5 Marinduque
  • TV-12 Puerto Princesa, Palawan
  • TV-7 Naga
  • TV-13 Iriga City
  • TV-8 Malilipot, Albay
  • TV-12 Legazpi
  • TV-10 Bacolod
  • TV-6 Iloilo
  • TV-7 Cebu
  • TV-11 Barili, Cebu
  • TV-5 Dumaguete
  • TV-10 Tacloban
  • TV-12 Cagayan de Oro
  • TV-5 Davao
  • TV-3 Zamboanga
  • TV-12 Cotabato
  • TV-8 General Santos
  • TV-5 Ozamiz
  • TV-12 Iligan
  • TV-10 Surigao
  • TV-12 Jolo

This is GMA, the Philippines' Largest Network! Now Signing On / Off.

January 1, 1995 – February 28, 1997 (as GMA Network) (voiced by Al Torres: 1995-present) with GMA Where You Belong Theme January 1, 1995 (Instrumental version)[]

GMA Rainbow Satellite (1995).png

This is GMA, DZBB-TV Channel 7.

A commercial TV station with 50,000-watt transmitting power authorized under Temporary License number BSD-(number of permit)-1994 issued by the National Telecommunications Commission valid until December 31, 1997.

GMA Studios are located at the GMA EDSA TV Complex, EDSA corner Timog Avenue, Diliman, Quezon City, Republic of the Philippines.

GMA transmitter is located at Barangay Culiat, Tandang Sora, Quezon City.

GMA Engineering is headed by Engineer Antonio M. Leduna.

GMA Transmission Crew is composed of Electronics & Communications Engineers and First Class Radio Operators with license number issued by the National Telecommunications Commission.

List of GMA Network Engineering Staff

All programs telecast on this station have been approved by the Movie and Television Review and Classification Board, seen via satellite in over 35 stations nationwide!

This is GMA, the Philippines' Largest Network! Now Signing On / Off.

NOTE: Former radio DJ of 99.5 RT, KY 91.5 and Joey @ Rhythms 92.3/923 Joey and current voiced by Albert Torres aka "Al Torres".

March 1, 1997 – August 31, 1998 (voiced by Albert Torres) with GMA Where You Belong Theme January 1, 1995 (Instrumental version)[]

This is GMA DZBB Channel 7.

A commercial TV station with 60,000-watt transmitting power authorized under Temporary License No. BSD-0477-95 issued by the National Telecommunications Commission on August 16, 1998.

GMA Studios are located at the GMA Complex, EDSA corner Timog Avenue, Diliman Quezon City, Republic of the Philippines.

The GMA transmitter station is located at Barangay Culiat. Tandang Sora. Quezon City.

GMA Engineering is headed by Engr Antonio M. Leduna.

GMA Transmission Crew is composed of Electronics & Communications Engineers and First Class Radio Operators with license number issued by the Professional Regulations Commission and the National Telecommunications Commission.

All programs telecast on this station have been approved by the Movie and Television Review and Classification Board., seen via satellite in over 35 stations nationwide!

LUZON

VISAYAS

MINDANAO

This is GMA, the Philippines' Largest Network! Now signing on/off.

Note, this station message used after the national anthem during sign-on and again before the national anthem during sign off. Transmitter updated from 50-kilowatts to 60-kilowatts.

NOTE: In 1996, GMA The company of the Republic Broadcasting System (RBS) was changed to GMA Network Incorporated.

NOTE: As of January 1995 they replaced the video of the Philippine National Anthem as produced by Philippine Airlines (1991-1994) with the replacement of a version by the Bank of the Philippine Islands.

September 1, 1998 – February 28, 2001 (voiced by Albert Torres) with GMA It's Where You Belong Theme September 1, 1998 (Instrumental version)[]

GMA Network 1998 Logo.png

This is GMA DZBB Channel 7.

A commercial TV station with 100,000-watt transmitting power authorized under Temporary License No. BSD-0491-97 issued by the National Telecommunications Commission valid until December 31, 2000.

GMA Studios are located at the GMA Complex, EDSA corner Timog Avenue, Diliman, Quezon City, Republic of the Philippines.

The GMA transmitter station is located at Barangay Culiat. Tandang Sora. Quezon City.

GMA Engineering is headed by Engr. Antonio M. Leduna

GMA Transmission Crew is composed of Electronics & Communications Engineers and First Class Radio Operators with license number issued by the Professional Regulations Commission and the National Telecommunications Commission.

All programs telecast on this station have been approved by the Movie and Television Review and Classification Board, seen via satellite in over 38 stations nationwide!

LUZON

  • GMA-7 Manila
  • TV-7 Batanes
  • TV-13 Aparri
  • TV-5 Ilocos Norte
  • TV-7 Tuguegarao
  • TV-7 Abra
  • TV-7 Quirino
  • TV-5 Bayombong
  • TV-10 Benguet
  • TV-10 Olongapo
  • TV-12 Batangas
  • TV-5 Marinduque
  • TV-7 Naga
  • TV-13 Iriga
  • TV-12 Legazpi
  • TV-7 Romblon
  • TV-12 Puerto Princesa, Palawan

VISAYAS

  • TV-5 Calabyog
  • TV-8 Borongan
  • TV-10 Tacloban
  • TV-2 Kalibo
  • TV-5 Roxas
  • TV-6 Iloilo
  • TV-10 Bacolod
  • TV-7 Cebu
  • TV-11 Bohol
  • TV-5 Dumaguete

MINDANAO

  • TV-10 Surigao
  • TV-11 Iligan
  • TV-2 Tandag
  • TV-12 Cagayan de Oro
  • TV-4 Dipolog
  • TV-5 Ozamiz
  • TV-12 Kitanglad
  • TV-3 Pagadian
  • TV-5 Davao
  • TV-12 Cotabato
  • TV-8 General Santos
  • TV-9 Zamboanga
  • TV-12 Jolo

This is GMA, the Philippines' Largest Network! Now signing on/off.

Note: This station message used before station notice after jingle the national anthem Philippine Independence, known as its theme 100 Kalayaan: Kayamanan ng Bayan (1898-1998). during sign-on and again before station notice jingle the national anthem during sign off. Updated transmitter from 60-kilowatts to 100-kilowatts. This station message background is updates September 1, 1998.

March 1, 2001 – May 31, 2002 (voiced by Albert Torres) with GMA It's Where You Belong Theme September 1, 1998 (Instrumental version)[]

This is GMA DZBB Channel 7.

A commercial TV station with 100,000-watt transmitting power authorized under Temporary License No. BSD-0511-2000 issued by the National Telecommunications Commission valid until December 31, 2003.

GMA Studios are located at the GMA Complex, EDSA corner Timog Avenue, Diliman, Quezon City, Republic of the Philippines.

The GMA transmitter station is located at Barangay Culiat, Tandang Sora, Quezon City.

GMA Engineering is headed by Engr. Antonio M. Leduna

GMA Transmission Crew is composed of Electronics & Communications Engineers and First Class Radio Operators with license number issued by the Professional Regulations Commission and the National Telecommunications Commission.

All programs telecast on this station have been approved by the Movie and Television Review and Classification Board, seen via satellite in over 41 stations nationwide!

LUZON

VISAYAS

MINDANAO

This is GMA, the Philippines' Largest Network! Now signing on/off.

Note: This station message used after the national anthem during sign on and again before the national anthem during sign off. This station message background is updates March 1, 2001.

June 1 – October 26, 2002 (voiced by Albert Torres) with GMA Walang Kasingkulay Ang Buhay Sa GMA Theme June 1, 2002 (Instrumental version)[]

This is GMA DZBB Channel 7.

A commercial TV station with 100,000-watt transmitting power authorized under Temporary License No. BSD-0511-2000 issued by the National Telecommunications Commission valid until December 31, 2003.

GMA Studios are located at the GMA Complex, EDSA corner Timog Avenue, Diliman, Quezon City, Republic Of The Philippines.

The GMA transmitter station is located at Barangay Culiat, Tandang Sora, Quezon City.

GMA Engineering is headed by Engr. Antonio M. Leduna

GMA Transmission Crew is composed of Electronics & Communications Engineers and First Class Radio Operators with license number issued by the Professional Regulations Commission and the National Telecommunications Commission.

All programs telecast on this station have been approved by the Movie and Television Review and Classification Board, seen via satellite in over 41 stations nationwide!

LUZON

VISAYAS

MINDANAO

This is GMA, the Philippines' Largest Network! Now signing on/off.

Note: This station message used before station notice after jingle the national anthem Philippine Independence, known as its theme 100 Kalayaan: Kayamanan ng Bayan (1898-1998). during sign on and again before station notice jingle the national anthem during sign off. This station message background is updates June 1, 2002.

October 27, 2002 – March 24, 2004 (voiced by Albert Torres) with GMA Kapuso Theme October 27, 2002 (Instrumental version)[]

This is GMA DZBB Channel 7

A commercial TV station with 100,000-watt transmitting power authorized under Temporary License No. BSD-0511-2000 issued by the National Telecommunications Commission valid until December 31, 2003.

GMA Studios are located at the GMA Complex, EDSA corner Timog Avenue, Diliman, Quezon City, Republic Of The Philippines.

The GMA transmitter station is located at Barangay Culiat, Tandang Sora, Quezon City.

GMA Engineering is headed by Engr. Antonio M. Leduna

GMA Transmission Crew is composed of Electronics & Communications Engineers and First Class Radio Operators with license number issued by the Professional Regulations Commission and the National Telecommunications Commission.

All programs telecast on this station have been approved by the Movie and Television Review and Classification Board, seen via satellite in over 43 stations nationwide!

LUZON

VISAYAS

MINDANAO

This is GMA, the Philippines' Largest Network! Now signing on/off.

Note: This station message used after the national anthem during sign on and again before the national anthem during sign off. This station message background is updates October 27, 2002.

March 25, 2004 – February 18, 2007 (voiced by Albert Torres) with GMA Kapuso Theme October 27, 2002 (Instrumental version)[]

This is GMA DZBB Channel 7.

A commercial TV station with 100,000-watt transmitting power authorized under Temporary Permit No. BSD-0033-2004 (REN) issued by the National Telecommunications Commission valid from June 1, 2004. to Dec. 31, 2006.

GMA Studios are located at the GMA Complex, EDSA corner Timog Avenue, Diliman, Quezon City, Republic Of The Philippines.

The GMA transmitter station is located at Barangay Culiat, Tandang Sora, Quezon City.

GMA Engineering Is Headed by

  • Engr. Antonio M. Leduna: PECE No. 000249

GMA Transmission Crew is composed of Electronics & Communications Engineers and First Class Radio Operators with license number Duly Licensed by the Professional Regulations Commission. and The National Telecommunications Commission.

  • Thomas Sales: ECE No. 3010
  • Elvis Ancheta ECE No. 3573
  • Romeo Cesar: ECE No. 5995
  • Erwin Timbre: ECE No. 3650
  • Riniel Dela Cruz: ECE No. 15741
  • Roel V. Castro: 94-1PNCR-12224
  • Renato Gonzales: 94-1PNCR-10804
  • Arnel Cardino: 95-1PNCR-15995
  • Almario Lontoc: 96-1PNCR-16684
  • Rafael A. Racelis: 94-1PNCR-11977
  • Remegio Apostol: 93-1PNCR-5564
  • Richard Dizon: 16-1PNCR-36496
  • Alan Mangubat: 97-1PXI-20349
  • Gines Ebacuado: 95-1PVI-14525
  • Chito Narboada: 95-1PVII-13315

All programs telecast on this station have been approved by the Movie and Television Review and Classification Board, seen via satellite in over 43 stations nationwide!

LUZON

  • GMA-7/DTV-14/DTV-17 Manila
  • TV-7 Batanes
  • TV-13 Aparri
  • TV-5 Ilocos Norte
  • TV-7 Tuguegarao
  • TV-7 Abra
  • TV-7 Quirino
  • TV-5 Bayombong
  • TV-10 Benguet
  • TV-5 Baler
  • TV-10 Olongapo
  • TV-12 Batangas
  • TV-7 Naga
  • TV-13 Iriga City
  • TV-12 Legaspi
  • TV-7 Romblon
  • TV-7 Masbate
  • TV-13 Occidental Mindoro
  • TV-13 Catanduanes
  • TV-12 Puerto Princesa, Palawan

VISAYAS

  • TV-5 Calbayog
  • TV-8 Borongan
  • TV-10 Tacloban
  • TV-2 Kalibo
  • TV-5 Roxas
  • TV-6 Iloilo
  • TV-10 Bacolod
  • TV-7 Cebu
  • TV-11 Bohol
  • TV-5 Dumaguete

MINDANAO

  • TV-10 Surigao
  • TV-11 Iligan
  • TV-2 Tandag
  • TV-4 Dipolog
  • TV-12 Cagayan de Oro
  • TV-5 Ozamis
  • TV-12 Kitanglad
  • TV-3 Pagadian
  • TV-5 Davao
  • TV-12 Cotabato
  • TV-8 General Santos
  • TV-9 Zamboanga
  • TV-12 Jolo

This is GMA, the Philippines' Largest Network! Now signing on/off.

Note: This station message used after the national anthem during sign on and again before the national anthem during sign off. This station message background is updates October 27, 2002.

Note: Due to Philippine National Anthem produced by BPI (Bank of the Philippine Islands) did not of the produced by PCSO OPS & PIA., GMA 7 replaces the version of the Philippine Independence, known as its theme 100 Kalayaan: Kayamanan ng Bayan (1898-1998) with their own version.

February 19, 2007 – March 24, 2010 (voiced by Albert Torres) with GMA Kapuso Theme April 25, 2005 (Instrumental version)[]

GMA_7_Sign-off_2009

GMA 7 Sign-off 2009

This is GMA-DZBB Channel 7

A Commercial TV Station with 100,000 watt transmitting power authorized under Temporary License No. BSD - 0599 - 2006 (REN) Issued by the National Telecommunications Commission on January 1, 2006. Valid until December 31, 2009.

GMA Studios are located at the GMA Complex EDSA corner Timog Avenue, Diliman, Quezon City, Republic Of The Philippines.

The GMA transmitter station is located at Barangay Culiat, Tandang Sora, Quezon City.

GMA Engineering is headed by Engr. Joselito Remulla.

GMA Transmission Crew is composed of Electronics & Communications Engineers and First Class Radio Operators with license number issued by the Professional Regulations Commission and the National Telecommunications Commission.

  • Thomas Sales: ECE No. 3010
  • Elvis Ancheta: ECE No. 3575
  • Erwin Timbre: ECE No. 3650
  • Riniel Dela Cruz: ECE No. 15741
  • Benito Manarin: ECE No. 21627
  • Jonathan Salvo: ECE No. 19705
  • Roel V. Castro: 94-1PNCR-12224
  • Renato Gonzales: 94-1PNCR-10804
  • Almario Lontoc: 96-1PNCR-16684
  • Rafael A. Racelis: 94-1PNCR-11977
  • Remegio Apostol: 93-1PNCR-5564
  • Alan Mangubat: 97-1PXI-20349
  • Chito Narboada: 95-1PVII-13315

All programs telecast on this station have been approved by the Movie & Television Review & Classification Board., seen via satellite in over 47 stations nationwide!

LUZON

  • GMA-7 Manila
  • TV-7 Batanes
  • TV-13 Aparri
  • TV-5 Ilocos Norte
  • TV-7 Tuguegarao
  • TV-7 Abra
  • TV-5 Mountain Province
  • TV-7 Quirino
  • TV-5 Bayombong
  • TV-10 Benguet
  • TV-5 Baler
  • TV-10 Olongapo
  • TV-12 Batangas
  • TV-7 Naga
  • TV-12 Legaspi
  • TV-7 Romblon
  • TV-7 Masbate
  • TV-13 Occidental Mindoro
  • TV-13 Catanduanes
  • TV-8 Coron, Palawan
  • TV-12 Puerto Princesa, Palawan
  • TV-6 Brooke's Point, Palawan

VISAYAS

  • TV-5 Calbayog
  • TV-8 Borongan
  • TV-10 Tacloban
  • TV-12 Leyte
  • TV-2 Kalibo
  • TV-5 Roxas
  • TV-6 Iloilo
  • TV-10 Bacolod
  • TV-7 Cebu
  • TV-11 Bohol
  • TV-10 Sipalay
  • TV-5 Dumaguete

MINDANAO

  • TV-10 Surigao
  • TV-11 Iligan
  • TV-2 Tandag
  • TV-4 Dipolog
  • TV-12 Cagayan de Oro
  • TV-5 Ozamis
  • TV-12 Kitanglad
  • TV-3 Pagadian
  • TV-5 Davao
  • TV-12 Cotabato
  • TV-8 General Santos
  • TV-9 Zamboanga
  • TV-12 Jolo

This is GMA, the Philippines' Largest Network! Now signing on/off!

Note: This station message used after the national anthem during sign on and again before the national anthem during sign off. This station message background is updates February 19, 2007.

Antonio M. Leduna has replaced by Joselito B. Remulla for GMA Engineering. later, Leduna is an chief technology officer (CTO) of NBN (now PTV)

March 25, 2010 – May 31, 2011 (voiced by Albert Torres) with GMA Kapuso Theme April 15, 2007[]

GMA_7_-_Sign_on_and_Sign_off

GMA 7 - Sign on and Sign off

GMA 7 - Sign on and Sign off [10-OCT 2010]


This is GMA DZBB Channel 7

A Commercial TV Station with 100,000-watt transmitting power authorized under Temporary License Number BSD - 0599 - 2008 ( M O D ) issued by the National Telecommunications Commission Valid until Dec. 31, 2010.

GMA studios are located at the GMA Complex EDSA corner Timog Avenue, Diliman, Quezon City, Republic Of The Philippines.

The GMA transmitter station is located at Barangay Culiat, Tandang Sora, Quezon City.

GMA Engineering is headed by: GILBERTO R. DUAVIT, JR.

GMA Transmission Personnel is composed of Electronics Engineers, Technicians and First Class Radio Operators with License issued by the Professional Regulations Commission and the National Telecommunications Commission.

  • Ancheta: Professional Electronics Engr. No. 169
  • Elvis Ancheta: Electronics Engr. No. 3575
  • Thomas Sales: Electronics Engr. No. 3010
  • Erwin Timbre: Electronics Engr. No. 3650
  • Jonathan Salvo: Electronics Engr. No. 19705
  • Ericson Lozada: Electronics Engr. No. 35860
  • Louie Siapengco: Electronics Engr. No. 15586
  • Rodrigo Cuizon: Electronics Engr. No. 31687
  • Reykel Espiritu: Electronics Tech No. 305
  • Ericson Lazada: Electronics Tech No. 612
  • Remegio Apostol: 93-1PNCR-5564
  • Roel V. Castro: 94-1PNCR-12224
  • Renato Gonzales: 94-1PNCR-10804
  • Rafael A. Racelis: 94-1PNCR-11977
  • Robert Maniego: 95-1PNCR-15029
  • Chito Narboada: 16-1PNCR-13315
  • Alan Mangubat: 97-1PXI-20349

All programs telecast on this station have been approved by The Movie & Television Review & Classification Board, seen via satellite in over 49 stations nationwide!

LUZON

  • GMA-7/TV-14/DTV-15/TV-17/DTV-17 Manila
  • TV-7 Batanes
  • TV-13 Aparri
  • TV-5 Ilocos Norte
  • TV-7 Tuguegarao
  • TV-7 Abra
  • TV-5 Mountain Province
  • TV-7 Quirino
  • TV-5 Bayombong
  • TV-10 Benguet
  • TV-5 Baler
  • TV-10 Olongapo
  • TV-12 Batangas
  • TV-7 Naga
  • TV-12 Legazpi
  • TV-7 Romblon
  • TV-7 Masbate
  • TV-13 Occidental Mindoro
  • TV-13 Catanduanes
  • TV-8 Coron, Palawan
  • TV-12 Puerto Princesa, Palawan
  • TV-6 Brooke's Point, Palawan
  • TV-44 Jala Jala, Rizal
  • TV-48/DTV-11 Mount Caniao, Bantay, Ilocos Sur

VISAYAS

  • TV-5 Calbayog
  • TV-8 Borongan
  • TV-10 Tacloban
  • TV-12 Leyte
  • TV-2 Kalibo
  • TV-5 Roxas
  • TV-6 Iloilo
  • TV-13 Bacolod
  • TV-7 Cebu
  • TV-11 Bohol
  • TV-10 Sipalay
  • TV-5 Dumaguete

MINDANAO

  • TV-10 Surigao
  • TV-11 Iligan
  • TV-2 Tandag
  • TV-4 Dipolog
  • TV-12 Cagayan De Oro
  • TV-5 Ozamis
  • TV-12 Kitanglad
  • TV-3 Pagadian
  • TV-5 Davao
  • TV-12 Cotabato
  • TV-8 General Santos
  • TV-9 Zamboanga
  • TV-12 Jolo

This is GMA, the Philippines' Largest Network! Now signing on/off!

Note: This station message used after the national anthem during sign on and again before the national anthem during sign off. This station message background is updates February 19, 2007.

Note: Due to 60th Anniversary of GMA 7 (1950-2010), GMA 7 replaces the version of the Philippine National Anthem produced by BPI (Bank of the Philippine Islands) with their own version.

Note: This station notice has a changes on it's graphics.

Changes:

  • The 2002 Kapuso heart animation that placed in the GMA Network Center billboard is changed it's angle to original
  • At the end, the GMA Kapuso heart flies away from the GMA Network Center billboard to the GMA Network logo since 2007.

Joselito B. Remulla is replaced by Gilberto R. Duavit, Jr. for GMA Engineering.

June 1, 2011 – January 18, 2014 (voiced by Albert Torres) with GMA Kapuso Theme April 15, 2007 (Instrumental version)[]

GMA_7_-_Sign_on_and_Sign_off_-29-AUG_2011-

GMA 7 - Sign on and Sign off -29-AUG 2011-

This is GMA-DZBB Channel 7

A Commercial TV Station with 100,000-watt transmitting power authorized under Temporary License No. BSD - 0508 - 2011 (REN) issued by the National Telecommunications Commission effective from January 1, 2011 to December 31, 2013.

GMA studios are located at the GMA Complex EDSA corner Timog Avenue, Diliman, Quezon City, Republic of the Philippines

The GMA transmitter station is located at Barangay Culiat, Tandang Sora, Quezon City

GMA Engineering is headed by GILBERTO R. DUAVIT, JUNIOR

GMA Transmission Personnel is composed of Electronics Engineers, Technicians and First Class Radio Operators with License issued by the Professional Regulations Commission and the National Telecommunications Commission.

  • Elvis Ancheta: Electronics Engr. No. 3575
  • Thomas Sales: Electronics Engr. No. 3010
  • Ricardo L. Cabral: Professional Electronics Engr. No. 92
  • Erwin Timbre: Electronics Engr. No. 3650
  • Jonathan Salvo: Electronics Engr. No. 19705
  • Louie Siapengco: Electronics Engr. No. 15586
  • Rodrigo Cuizon: Electronics Engr. No. 31687
  • Reykel Espiritu: Electronics Tech No. 305
  • Joel Agu: Electronics Engr. No. 40727
  • Remegio Apostol: 93-1PNCR-5564
  • Roel V. Castro: 94-1PNCR-12224
  • Renato Gonzales: 94-1PNCR-10804
  • Rafael A. Racelis: 94-1PNCR-11977
  • Robert Maniego: 95-1PNCR-15029
  • Chito Narboada: 95-1PVII-13315
  • Alan Mangubat: 97-1PXI-20349

All programs telecast on this station have been approved by the Movie & Television Review & Classification Board, seen via satellite in over 49 stations nationwide!

LUZON

  • GMA-7 Manila
  • TV-7 Batanes
  • TV-13 Aparri
  • TV-5 Ilocos Norte
  • TV-7 Tuguegarao
  • TV-7 Abra
  • TV-5 Mountain Province
  • TV-7 Quirino
  • TV-5 Bayombong
  • TV-10 Benguet
  • TV-5 Baler
  • TV-10 Olongapo
  • TV-12 Batangas
  • TV-7 Naga
  • TV-12 Legaspi
  • TV-7 Romblon
  • TV-7 Masbate
  • TV-13 Occidental Mindoro
  • TV-13 Catanduanes
  • TV-12 Puerto Princesa, Palawan
  • TV-6 Brooke's Point, Palawan
  • TV-44 Jalajala, Rizal
  • TV-48 Mount Caniao, Bantay, Ilocos Sur

VISAYAS

  • TV-5 Calbayog
  • TV-8 Borongan
  • TV-10 Tacloban
  • TV-12 Leyte
  • TV-2 Kalibo
  • TV-5 Roxas
  • TV-6 Iloilo
  • TV-13 Bacolod
  • TV-7 Cebu
  • TV-11 Bohol
  • TV-10 Sipalay
  • TV-5 Dumaguete

MINDANAO

  • TV-10 Surigao
  • TV-11 Iligan
  • TV-2 Tandag
  • TV-4 Dipolog
  • TV-12 Cagayan de Oro
  • TV-5 Ozamis
  • TV-12 Kitanglad
  • TV-3 Pagadian
  • TV-5 Davao
  • TV-12 Cotabato
  • TV-8 General Santos
  • TV-9 Zamboanga
  • TV-12 Jolo

This is GMA, the Philippines' largest network, now signing On/Off.

Note: This station message used after the national anthem and Panatang Makabayan during sign on and again before the national anthem during sign off. This station message background is updates February 19, 2007.

Note: The updated version of the GMA Network Station Notice contains 2011 GMA Logo at the end, while the background music for the station notice was the 2007 GMA Kapuso Jingle (Minus One) version.

August 6, 2012-January 18, 2014 (Voiced By Albert Torres) with GMA Kapuso Theme August 6, 2012 (Instrumental Version)[]

File:GMA Channel 7 Signning 2013

330x330px

This is GMA-DZBB Channel 7. A Commercial TV Station With 100,000-Watt Transmitting Power Authorized Under Temporary Permit Number. BSD - 0259 - 2010 (REN) Issued By The National Telecommunications Commission, Valid from June 1, 2010 to December 31, 2013.

January 19, 2014 – December 26, 2015 (voiced by Albert Torres) with GMA Kapuso Theme August 6, 2012 (Instrumental version)[]

GMA_-_Sign_on_and_Sign_off_-23-OCT_2014-

GMA - Sign on and Sign off -23-OCT 2014-

This is GMA-DZBB Channel 7

A Commercial TV Station with 100,000-watt transmitting power authorized under Temporary Permit No. BSD - 0723 - 2013 issued by the National Telecommunications Commission Valid until December 31, 2016.

GMA studios are located at the GMA Complex EDSA corner Timog Avenue, Diliman, Quezon City, Republic of the Philippines.

The GMA transmitter station is located at Barangay Culiat, Tandang Sora, Quezon City.

GMA Engineering is headed by: GILBERTO R. DUAVIT, JR.

GMA Transmission Follwing J Personnel is composed of Electronics Engineers, Technicians, and First Class Radio Operators with License issued by the Professional Regulations Commission and the National Telecommunications Commission.

  • Elvis B. Ancheta: Electronics Engr. No. 3575
  • Erwin R. Timbre: Electronics Engr. No. 3650
  • Harold Kim D. Magarro: Electronics Engr. No. 16782
  • Jonathan G. Salvo: Electronics Engr. No. 19705
  • Joel M. Agu: Electronics Engr. No. 40727
  • Louie O. Siapengco: Electronics Engr. No. 15586
  • Rodrigo P. Cuizon, Jr.: Electronics Engr. No. 31687
  • Ralph T. Palma: Electronics Engr. No. 29315
  • Reykel M. Espiritu: Electronics Tech. No. 305
  • Rafael A. Racelis: 94-1PNCR-11977
  • Remegio A. Apostol, Jr.: 93-1PNCR-5564
  • Inocencio Robert D. Maniago: 95-1PNCR-15029
  • Arnel V. Aricheta: 93-1PNCR-6617
  • Nick S. Anilao: 96-1PHN-28273
  • Alan S. Mangubat: 97-1PXI-20349
  • Chito G. Narboada: 95-1PVII-13315

All programs telecast on this station have been approved by the Movie & Television Review & Classification Board, seen via satellite in over 50 stations nationwide

LUZON

  • GMA-7 Manila
  • TV-7 Batanes
  • TV-5 Ilocos Norte
  • TV-38 Ilocos Sur
  • TV-7 Abra
  • TV-7 Tuguegarao
  • TV-13 Aparri
  • TV-5 Mountain Province
  • TV-7 Isabela
  • TV-10 Benguet
  • TV-5 Baler
  • TV-10 Olongapo
  • TV-12 Batangas
  • TV-44 Jalajala, Rizal
  • TV-13 Occidental Mindoro
  • TV-12 Puerto Princesa, Palawan
  • TV-6 Brooke's Point, Palawan
  • TV-8 Coron, Palawan
  • TV-7 Romblon
  • TV-7 Masbate
  • TV-7 Naga
  • TV-12 Legazpi
  • TV-13 Catanduanes
  • TV-2 Sorsogon

VISAYAS

  • TV-5 Calbayog
  • TV-8 Borongan
  • TV-10 Tacloban
  • TV-12 Ormoc
  • TV-2 Kalibo
  • TV-5 Roxas
  • TV-6 Iloilo
  • TV-13 Bacolod
  • TV-30 Murcia, Negros Occidental
  • TV-7 Cebu
  • TV-11 Bohol
  • TV-5 Dumaguete
  • TV-10 Sipalay

MINDANAO

  • TV-35 Cagayan de Oro
  • TV-12 Bukidnon
  • TV-4 Dipolog
  • TV-5 Ozamis
  • TV-3 Pagadian
  • TV-11 Iligan
  • TV-10 Surigao
  • TV-2 Tandag
  • TV-5 Davao
  • TV-12 Cotabato
  • TV-8 General Santos
  • TV-9 Zamboanga
  • TV-12 Jolo

This is GMA, the Philippines' largest network, now signing On/Off.

(Lupang Hinirang are played)

Note: This station message used after the national anthem and Panatang Makabayan during sign on and again before the national anthem during sign off. This station message background is updates February 19, 2007.

Note: This is an updated version of 2015 station notice, with dropping Thomas Sales, Remegio Apostoland Renato Gonzalez are also regional stations on TV-7 Quirino and TV-5 Bayombong.

Note: This update of the station notices made all Electronics Engineers, Technicians and First Class Radio Operators names are complete.

December 27, 2015 – February 3, 2017 (voiced by Albert Torres) with GMA Kapuso Theme August 6, 2012 (Instrumental version)[]

GMA_Network_Station_Notice_Sign_Off_and_Philippine_National_Anthem_2016_version

GMA Network Station Notice Sign Off and Philippine National Anthem 2016 version

This video is Reposted in YouTube from: http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x3lksey

GMA_NEWSTV_-_Sign_on_and_Sign_Off_-19-MAR_2016-

GMA NEWSTV - Sign on and Sign Off -19-MAR 2016-

GMA NEWSTV - Sign on and Sign off -09-SEPT 2016-

This is GMA-DZBB Channel 7 A Commercial TV station with 100,000-watts transmitting power. authorized under Temporary Permit No. BSD - 0723 - 2014 (REN) issued by the National Telecommunications Commission valid until December 31, 2016.

GMA Studios are located at the GMA Complex EDSA corner Timog Avenue, Diliman, Quezon City, Republic of the Philippines.

The GMA transmitter station is located at Barangay Culiat, Tandang Sora, Quezon City.

GMA Engineering is headed by

  • Elvis B. Ancheta: Professional Electronics Engr No. 897

GMA Transmission Personnel is composed of Electronics Engineers, Technicians and First Class Radio Operators with license issued by the Professional Regulations Commission and the National Telecommunications Commission.

  • Erwin R. Timbre: Electronics Engr. No. 3650
  • Harold Kim D. Magarro: Electronics Engr. No. 16782
  • Jonathan G. Salvo: Electronics Engr. No. 19705
  • Joel M. Agu: Electronics Engr. No. 47027
  • Jayrald C. Arellano: Electronics Engr. No. 49545
  • Rodrigo P. Cuizon, Jr.: Professional Electronics Engr. No. 875
  • Louie O. Siapengco: Electronics Engr. No. 15586
  • Ralph T. Palma: Electronics Engr. No. 29315
  • Glynn Anthony A. Barroga: Electronics Engr. No. 37435
  • Reykel M. Espiritu: Electronics Tech. No. 305
  • Arvie P. Cariaga: Electronics Tech. No. 603
  • Rafael A. Racelis: 94-1PNCR-11977
  • Inocencio Robert D. Maniago: 95-1PNCR-15029
  • Arnel V. Aricheta: 93-1PNCR-6617
  • Alan S. Mangubat: 97-1PXI-20349
  • Chito G. Narboada: 95-1PVII-13315

All programs telecast on this station have been approved by the Movie & Television Review & Classification Board, seen via satellite in 52 stations nationwide!

LUZON

  • GMA-7 Manila
  • TV-7 Batanes
  • TV-5 Ilocos Norte
  • TV-48 Ilocos Sur
  • TV-7 Abra
  • TV-7 Tuguegarao
  • TV-13 Aparri
  • TV-5 Mountain Province
  • TV-7 Isabela
  • TV-10 Benguet
  • TV-5 Baler
  • TV-10 Olongapo
  • TV-12 Batangas
  • TV-44 Jalajala, Rizal
  • TV-13 Occidental Mindoro
  • TV-12 Puerto Princesa, Palawan
  • TV-6 Brooke's Point, Palawan
  • TV-8 Coron, Palawan
  • TV-7 Romblon
  • TV-7 Masbate
  • TV-7 Naga
  • TV-12 Legazpi
  • TV-13 Catanduanes
  • TV-2 Sorsogon
  • TV-8 Daet

VISAYAS

  • TV-5 Calbayog
  • TV-8 Borongan
  • TV-10 Tacloban
  • TV-12 Ormoc
  • TV-2 Kalibo
  • TV-5 Roxas
  • TV-6 Iloilo
  • TV-13 Bacolod
  • TV-30 Murcia, Negros Occidental
  • TV-7 Cebu
  • TV-11 Bohol
  • TV-5 Dumaguete
  • TV-10 Sipalay

MINDANAO

  • TV-35 Cagayan de Oro
  • TV-12 Bukidnon
  • TV-4 Dipolog
  • TV-5 Ozamis
  • TV-3 Pagadian
  • TV-11 Iligan
  • TV-26 Butuan
  • TV-10 Surigao
  • TV-2 Tandag
  • TV-5 Davao
  • TV-12 Kidapawan
  • TV-12 Cotabato
  • TV-8 General Santos
  • TV-9 Zamboanga
  • TV-12 Jolo

This is GMA, the Philippines' largest network, now signing On/Off.

Note: This station message used after the national anthem during sign on and again before the national anthem during sign off. This station message background is updates February 19, 2007.

Note: before the launch of this station notice, the network launches their new Philippine National Anthem, replacing the 2013 version at the restart of airing the network, after the live via satellite christmas mass in Vatican city.

Note: this station notice contains extended clip of it's background with GMA Network Center compound with a sky timelapse (from sunrise to sunset) behind the building since 2007.

Gilberto R. Duavit, Jr. is replaced by Elvis B. Ancheta for GMA Engineering. however, Duavit is still a President and COO (Chief Operating Officer) of GMA Network, Inc.

February 4, 2017 – May 9, 2020 (voiced by Albert Torres) with GMA Kapuso Theme August 6, 2012 (Instrumental version)[]

Note: This station notice contains 2 versions.

Note: This station message used after the national anthem during sign on and again before the national anthem during sign off. This station message backgrounds are updated on the following dates: February 4, 2017 (version 1) and September 6, 2017 (version 2).

Version 1 (February 4, 2017 – September 5, 2017)[]

GMA_-_Sign_on_and_Sign_off_-26-AUG_2017-

GMA - Sign on and Sign off -26-AUG 2017-

This is GMA-DZBB Channel 7

A Commercial TV Station with 100,000-watt transmitting power authorized under Station License Number BSD - 0067 - 2016 (REN) issued by the National Telecommunications Commission Valid until December 31, 2019.

GMA studios are located at the GMA Complex EDSA corner Timog Avenue, Diliman, Quezon City, Republic of the Philippines.

GMA transmitter station is located at Barangay Culiat, Tandang Sora, Quezon City.

GMA Engineering is headed by

  • Elvis B. Ancheta: Professional Electronics Engr No. 897

GMA Transmission Personnel is composed of Electronics Engineers, Technicians, and First Class Radio Operators with License issued by the Professional Regulations Commission and the National Telecommunications Commission.

  • Ricardo L. Cabral: Professional Electronics Engr No. 92
  • Erwin R. Timbre: Electronics Engr No. 3650
  • Harold Kim D. Magarro: Electronics Engr No. 16782
  • Jonathan G. Salvo: Electronics Engr No. 19705
  • Joel M. Agu: Electronics Engr No. 47027
  • Jayrald C. Arellano: Electronics Engr No. 49545
  • Rodrigo P. Cuizon, Jr.: Professional Electronics Engr No. 875
  • Louie O. Siapengco: Electronics Engr No. 15586
  • Ralph T. Palma: Electronics Engr No. 29315
  • Glynn Anthony A. Barroga: Electronics Engr No. 37435
  • Mamerto D. Logronio, Jr.: Electronics Engr No. 28729
  • Celestino A. Vega, Jr.: Electronics Engr No. 19182
  • Reykel M. Espiritu: Electronics Tech No. 305
  • Arvie P. Cariaga: Electronics Tech No. 603
  • Rafael A. Racelis: 94-1PNCR-11977
  • Innocencio Robert D. Maniago: 95-1PNCR-15029
  • Arnel V. Aricheta: 93-1PNCR-6617
  • Nathaniel F. Santiago: 11-1PHN-26421
  • Alan S. Mangubat: 97-1PXI-20349

All programs telecast on this station have been approved by the Movie & Television Review and Classification Board, seen via satellite in 53 stations nationwide!

LUZON

  • GMA-7 Manila
  • TV-7 Batanes
  • TV-5 Ilocos Norte
  • TV-48 Ilocos Sur
  • TV-7 Abra
  • TV-7 Tuguegarao
  • TV-13 Aparri
  • TV-5 Mountain Province
  • TV-7 Isabela
  • TV-10 Benguet
  • TV-5 Baler
  • TV-10 Olongapo
  • TV-12 Batangas
  • TV-44 Jalajala, Rizal
  • TV-13 Occidental Mindoro
  • TV-12 Puerto Princesa, Palawan
  • TV-6 Brooke's Point, Palawan
  • TV-8 Coron, Palawan
  • TV-7 Romblon
  • TV-7 Masbate
  • TV-7 Naga
  • TV-12 Legazpi
  • TV-13 Catanduanes
  • TV-2 Sorsogon
  • TV-8 Daet

VISAYAS

  • TV-5 Calbayog
  • TV-8 Borongan
  • TV-10 Tacloban
  • TV-12 Ormoc
  • TV-2 Kalibo
  • TV-5 Roxas
  • TV-6 Iloilo
  • TV-13 Bacolod
  • TV-30 Murcia, Negros Occidental
  • TV-7 Cebu
  • TV-11 Bohol
  • TV-5 Dumaguete
  • TV-10 Sipalay

MINDANAO

  • TV-35 Cagayan de Oro
  • TV-12 Bukidnon
  • TV-4 Dipolog
  • TV-5 Ozamis
  • TV-3 Pagadian
  • TV-11 Iligan
  • TV-26 Butuan
  • TV-10 Surigao
  • TV-2 Tandag
  • TV-5 Davao
  • TV-12 Kidapawan
  • TV-12 Cotabato
  • TV-8 General Santos
  • TV-9 Zamboanga
  • TV-12 Jolo

This is GMA, now signing on/off.

(PCSO Lupang Hinirang are played)

Note: This is an updated version of station notice in 2017, with dropping former GMA's First class radio telephone operator, Chito G. Narboada. they adding new engineers Mamerto D. Logronio, Jr., Celestino A. Vega, Jr., along with former Light Network (now Light TV) & GMA News TV's First class radio telephone operator, Nathaniel F. Santiago as a current operator of the network.

Note: The updated version of this station notice has a changes on it's graphics.

Changes:

  • The complete background of the GMA Network center compound and a sky timelapse that used for station message is separated for sign on and sign off notices. (the sunrise part of the sky timelapse is used for sign on message, but it was slowed down, while the sunset part clip is used for sign off message).
  • The station notice background (with GMA Network Center building) is cropped.
  • The 2002 GMA Kapuso heart animation is placed up-left a little bit out of the building billboard.

Note: This is the final station notice of the network as a full-screen format and the last time to use the 2011 GMA Network logo animation.

Version 2 (September 6, 2017 – May 9, 2020)[]

GMA-7_SIGN-ON_AND_SIGN-OFF_SEQUENCE_-13-SEPT-2017-

GMA-7 SIGN-ON AND SIGN-OFF SEQUENCE -13-SEPT-2017-

GMA_7_Sign_OFF_April_16,_2020

GMA 7 Sign OFF April 16, 2020

This is GMA-DZBB CHANNEL 7,

a commercial TV station with 100,000-watt transmitting power authorized under Station License Number BSD-0067-2016 (REN) issued by the National Telecommunications Commission Valid until December 31, 2019.

GMA Studios are located at the GMA Complex EDSA corner Timog Avenue, Diliman, Quezon City, Republic of the Philippines.

GMA transmitter station is located at Barangay Culiat, Tandang Sora, Quezon City.

GMA Engineering is headed by

  • Elvis B. Ancheta: Professional Electronics Engr. No. 897

GMA Transmission Personnel is composed of Electronics Engineers, Technicians, and First Class Radio Operators with licenses issued by the Professional Regulations Commission and the National Telecommunications Commission.

  • Ricardo L. Cabral: Professional Electronics Engr. No. 92
  • Erwin R. Timbre: Electronics Engr. No. 3650
  • Harold Kim D. Magarro: Electronics Engr. No. 16782
  • Jonathan G. Salvo: Electronics Engr. No. 19705
  • Joel M. Agu: Electronics Engr. No. 47027
  • Jayrald C. Arellano: Electronics Engr. No. 49545
  • Rodrigo P. Cuizon, Jr.: Professional Electronics Engr. No. 875
  • Louie O. Siapengco: Electronics Engr. No. 15586
  • Ralph T. Palma: Electronics Engr. No. 29315
  • Mamerto D. Logronio, Jr.: Electronics Engr. No. 28729
  • Celestino A. Vega, Jr.: Electronics Engr. No. 19182
  • Reykel M. Espiritu: Electronics Tech No. 305
  • Arvie P. Cariaga: Electronics Tech No. 603
  • Rafael A. Racelis: 94-1PNCR-11977
  • Innocencio Robert D. Maniago: 95-1PNCR-15029
  • Arnel V. Aricheta: 93-1PNCR-6617
  • Nathaniel F. Santiago: 11-1PHN-26421
  • Alan S. Mangubat: 97-1PXI-20349

All programs telecast on this station have been approved by the Movie and Television Review and Classification Board, seen via satellite in 53 stations nationwide.

LUZON

  • GMA-7 Manila
  • TV-7 Batanes
  • TV-5 Ilocos Norte
  • TV-48 Ilocos Sur
  • TV-7 Abra
  • TV-7 Tuguegarao
  • TV-13 Aparri
  • TV-5 Amuyao, Mountain Province
  • TV-7 Isabela
  • TV-10 Santo Tomas, Benguet
  • TV-5 Baler
  • TV-10 Olongapo
  • TV-12 Batangas
  • TV-44 Jalajala, Rizal
  • TV-13 San Jose, Occidental Mindoro
  • TV-12 Puerto Princesa, Palawan
  • TV-6 Brooke's Point, Palawan
  • TV-8 Coron, Palawan
  • TV-7 Romblon
  • TV-7 Masbate
  • TV-7 Naga
  • TV-12 Legazpi
  • TV-13 Catanduanes
  • TV-2 Sorsogon
  • TV-8 Daet

VISAYAS

  • TV-5 Calbayog
  • TV-8 Borongan
  • TV-10 Tacloban
  • TV-12 Ormoc
  • TV-2 Kalibo
  • TV-5 Roxas
  • TV-6 Jordan, Guimaras
  • TV-13 Bacolod
  • TV-30 Murcia, Negros Occidental
  • TV-7 Cebu
  • TV-11 Bohol
  • TV-5 Valencia, Negros Oriental
  • TV-10 Sipalay

MINDANAO

  • TV-35 Cagayan de Oro
  • TV-12 Kitanglad, Bukidnon
  • TV-4 Dipolog
  • TV-5 Ozamis
  • TV-3 Pagadian
  • TV-11 Iligan
  • TV-26 Butuan
  • TV-10 Surigao
  • TV-2 Tandag
  • TV-5 Davao
  • TV-12 Kidapawan
  • TV-12 Cotabato
  • TV-8 General Santos
  • TV-9 Zamboanga
  • TV-12 Jolo

This is GMA the Philippines Largest Network, now Signing on/off.

Note: This is the first station notice of the network as a widescreen format.

Note: they dropped the slogan "Kapuso ng Bawat Pilipino", replacing 2011 GMA logo animation with 2014 version of GMA logo animation.

Note: This is a second version of the 2017 station notice, with dropping former GMA's engineer, Glynn Anthony A. Barroga. however, Barroga continuing his job as Transmission Operations Engineer/Network Engineer on PLDT-PhilCom Inc.

May 10, 2020-present (voiced by Mr. Albert "Al W Leader" C. Torres) with Kapuso Theme Song April 15, 2007 (Instrumental version)[]

1st Version (May 10, 2020-March 30, 2021)[]

GMA_7_Sign_OFF_May_10,_2020

GMA 7 Sign OFF May 10, 2020

GMA_7_Sign_ON_May_10,_2020

GMA 7 Sign ON May 10, 2020

This is GMA-DZBB CHANNEL 7.

A Commercial TV Station with 100,000-watt transmitting power authorized under Station Licensed No. BSD-0193-2019 (REN) issued by the National Telecommunications Commission Valid until December 31, 2022.

GMA studios are located at the GMA Complex EDSA corner Timog Avenue, Diliman, Quezon City, Republic of the Philippines.

The GMA transmitter station is located at Barangay Culiat, Tandang Sora, Quezon City.

GMA Engineering is headed by

  • Elvis B. Ancheta: PROFESSIONAL ELECTRONICS ENGR. NO. 897.

GMA Transmission Personnel is composed of Electronics Engineers, Electronics Technicians, and First Class Radio Operators with License issued by the Professional Regulations Commission and the National Telecommunications Commission.

  • Ricardo L. Cabral: Professional Electronics Engr. No. 92
  • Erwin R. Timbre: Electronics Engr. No. 3650
  • Joel M. Agu: Electronics Engr. No. 40727
  • Jonathan G. Salvo: Electronics Engr. No. 19705
  • Jayrald C. Arellano: Electronics Engr. No. 49545
  • Bonnie Rey A. Ulang: Electronics Engr. No. 47499
  • Christian L. Jundis: Electronics Engr. No. 58240
  • Rodrigo P. Cuizon, Jr.: Professional Electronics Engr. No. 875
  • Eric D. Calaycay: Electronics Engr. No. 26010
  • Louie O. Siapengco: Electronics Engr. No. 15586
  • Ralph T. Palma: Electronics Engr. No. 29315
  • Ryan Jesus I. Zapanta: Electronics Engr. No. 41636
  • Mamerto D. Logronio, Jr.: Electronics Engr. No. 28729
  • Celestino A. Vega, Jr.: Electronics Engr. No. 19182
  • Reykel M. Espiritu: Electronics Tech No. 305
  • Arvie P. Cariaga: Electronics Tech No. 603
  • Rafael A. Racelis: 94-1PNCR-11977
  • Innocencio Robert D. Maniago: 95-1PNCR-15029
  • Arnel V. Aricheta: 93-1PNCR-6617
  • Nathaniel F. Santiago: 11-1PHN-26421

All programs telecast on this station have been approved by the Movie and Television Review and Classification Board, seen via satellite in thrity-two stations nationwide.

LUZON

  • GMA-7 Manila
  • TV-7 Batanes
  • TV-5 Ilocos Norte
  • TV-48 Ilocos Sur
  • TV-7 Abra
  • TV-7 Tuguegarao
  • TV-13 Aparri
  • TV-5 Mt. Province
  • TV-7 Isabela
  • TV-10 Benguet
  • TV-5 Baler
  • TV-10 Olongapo
  • TV-12 Batangas
  • TV-44 Jala-Jala, Rizal
  • TV-13 Occidental Mindoro
  • TV-12 Puerto Princesa, Palawan
  • TV-6 Brooke's Point, Palawan
  • TV-8 Coron, Palawan
  • TV-7 Romblon
  • TV-7 Masbate
  • TV-7 Naga
  • TV-12 Legazpi
  • TV-13 Catanduanes
  • TV-2 Sorsogon
  • TV-8 Daet

VISAYAS

  • TV-5 Calbayog
  • TV-8 Borongan
  • TV-10 Tacloban
  • TV-12 Ormoc
  • TV-2 Kalibo
  • TV-5 Roxas
  • TV-6 Iloilo
  • TV-13 Bacolod
  • TV-30 Murcia, Negros Occidental
  • TV-7 Cebu
  • TV-11 Bohol
  • TV-5 Dumaguete
  • TV-10 Sipalay

MINDANAO

  • TV-35 Cagayan de Oro
  • TV-12 Bukidnon
  • TV-4 Dipolog
  • TV-5 Ozamis
  • TV-3 Pagadian
  • TV-11 Iligan
  • TV-26 Butuan
  • TV-10 Surigao
  • TV-2 Tandag
  • TV-5 Davao
  • TV-8 General Santos
  • TV-9 Zamboanga
  • TV-12 Cotabato
  • TV-12 Jolo

This is GMA the Philippines Largest Network, now Signing on/off.

(Lupang Hinirang is played)

2nd Version (March 31, 2021-present)[]

This is GMA-DZBB CHANNEL 7.

A Commercial TV Station with 100,000-watt transmitting power authorized under Station Licensed No. BSD-0193-2019 (REN) issued by the National Telecommunications Commission Valid until December 31, 2022.

GMA studios are located at the GMA Complex EDSA corner Timog Avenue, Diliman, Quezon City, Republic of the Philippines.

The GMA transmitter station is located at Barangay Culiat, Tandang Sora, Quezon City.

GMA Engineering is headed by

  • Elvis B. Ancheta: PROFESSIONAL ELECTRONICS ENGR. NO. 897.

GMA Transmission Personnel is composed of Electronics Engineers, Electronics Technicians, and First Class Radio Operators with License issued by the Professional Regulation Commission and the National Telecommunications Commission.

  • Ricardo L. Cabral: Professional Electronics Engr. No. 92
  • Joel M. Agu: Electronics Engr. No. 40727
  • Jonathan G. Salvo: Electronics Engr. No. 19705
  • Jayrald C. Arellano: Electronics Engr. No. 49545
  • Bonnie Rey A. Ulang: Electronics Engr. No. 47499
  • Christian L. Jundis: Electronics Engr. No. 58240
  • Louie O. Siapengco: Electronics Engr. 15586
  • Rodrigo P. Cuizon, Jr.: Professional Electronics Engr. No. 875
  • Eric D. Calaycay: Electronics Engr. No. 26010
  • Ralph T. Palma: Electronics Engr. No. 29315
  • Ryan Jesus I. Zapanta: Electronics Engr. No. 41636
  • Mamerto D. Logronio, Jr.: Electronics Engr. No. 28729
  • Celestino A. Vega, Jr.: Electronics Engr. No. 19182
  • Reykel M. Espiritu: Electronics Tech No. 305
  • Arvie P. Cariaga: Electronics Tech No. 603
  • Rafael A. Racelis: 94-1PNCR-11977
  • Innocencio Robert D. Maniago: 95-1PNCR-15029
  • Arnel V. Aricheta: 93-1PNCR-6617
  • Nathaniel F. Santiago: 11-1PHN-26421

All programs telecast on this station have been approved by the Movie and Television Review and Classification Board, seen via satellite in thrity-two stations nationwide.

LUZON

  • GMA-7 Manila
  • TV-7 Batanes
  • TV-5 Ilocos Norte
  • TV-48 Ilocos Sur
  • TV-7 Abra
  • TV-7 Tuguegarao
  • TV-13 Aparri
  • TV-5 Mt. Province
  • TV-7 Isabela
  • TV-10 Benguet
  • TV-5 Baler
  • TV-10 Olongapo
  • TV-12 Batangas
  • TV-44 Jala-Jala, Rizal
  • TV-13 Occidental Mindoro
  • TV-12 Puerto Princesa, Palawan
  • TV-6 Brooke's Point, Palawan
  • TV-8 Coron, Palawan
  • TV-7 Romblon
  • TV-7 Masbate
  • TV-7 Naga
  • TV-12 Legazpi
  • TV-13 Catanduanes
  • TV-2 Sorsogon
  • TV-8 Daet

VISAYAS

  • TV-5 Calbayog
  • TV-8 Borongan
  • TV-10 Tacloban
  • TV-12 Ormoc
  • TV-2 Kalibo
  • TV-5 Roxas
  • TV-6 Iloilo
  • TV-13 Bacolod
  • TV-30 Murcia, Negros Occidental
  • TV-7 Cebu
  • TV-11 Bohol
  • TV-5 Dumaguete
  • TV-10 Sipalay

MINDANAO

  • TV-35 Cagayan de Oro
  • TV-12 Bukidnon
  • TV-4 Dipolog
  • TV-5 Ozamis
  • TV-3 Pagadian
  • TV-11 Iligan
  • TV-26 Butuan
  • TV-10 Surigao
  • TV-2 Tandag
  • TV-5 Davao
  • TV-8 General Santos
  • TV-9 Zamboanga
  • TV-12 Cotabato
  • TV-12 Jolo

This is GMA the Philippines Largest Network, now Signing on/off.

Note: This station message used after the national anthem during sign on and again before the national anthem during sign off. This station message background is updated on May 10, 2020.

Note: As May 10, 2020 This station notice of the network is cropped again in full-screen format.

Note: GMA Network used its 70th anniversary logo at the end of the station notice. This the first time they used an anniversary logo. GMA reused its 2007 station ID (instrumental version) as the background music.

Note: They added its new Electronics Technicans.

Note: This station message used after the national anthem during sign on and again before the national anthem during sign off. This station message background is updated on May 10, 2020.

Note: As March 31, 2021, This station notice of the network is cropped again in full-screen format and cropper again in wildscreen

Note: GMA Network used its 70th anniversary logo at the end of the station notice. This the first time they used an anniversary logo from May 10, 2020 until March 30, 2021. returned to GMA logo animation with 2014 version of GMA logo animation.

GMA reused its 2007 station ID (instrumental version) as the background music.

Note: They added its new Electronics Engineers (ECE) and First Class Radio Telephone Operators (RTO), Eric D. Calaycay, and Ryan Jesus I. Zapanta along with former IBC 13 Electronics Engineer, Christian L. Jundis and former Light TV Electronics Engineer, Bonnie Rey A. Ulang as the newest operators of the network.

Note: They dropped Harrold Kim D. Magarro and Alan S. Mangubat in May 10, 2020, and Erwin R. Timbre in March 31, 2021, Magarro transferred to CLTV36.

Note[]

Announcement[]

(1988-1992) Any Comments, Suggestions of Objections to the contents of the Preceding programs maybe referred to the Commissioner of the National Telecommunications Commission, Vibal Bldg., EDSA, Quezon City or the NTC Regional Offices and the KBP.

Background Music[]

  • (1992-1995) GMA Where You Belong Theme 1992
  • (1995-1998) GMA Where You Belong Theme 1995
  • (1998-2002) GMA Where You Belong Theme 1998
  • (2002-2007) GMA Kapuso Theme 2002
  • (2007-2010) GMA Kapuso Theme 2005
  • (2010-2014; 2020-present) GMA Kapuso Theme 2007
  • (2014-2020) GMA Kapuso Theme 2012

During Station Notice[]

(2010-11) on the start of sign on notice, it fades in after national anthem, it also fades out before the station I.D., while for sign off notice, it only fades out to national anthem.

(2011-14) after national anthem during sign on, it only fades in to the sign on notice.

(2014) before sign on notice & after national anthem, they are airing Panatang Makabayan, led by Jillian Ward.

After Sign Off & Before Sign On Sequences:[]

(1994-present) after sign off, they are using fade in transition from black screen to SMPTE Color Bars with 1000 Hz tone. the EIA Color Bars (1975-1986) and EBU Color Bars (1987-1992) SMPTE Color Bars "GMA TV Ch. 7 EDSA TOC MLA" (1993-2005), "GMA TV Channel 7 GNC EDSA Manila" (2005) and "GMA Channel 7 TOC Manila" (2005-2014). "TSG200" (2011-present). before sign on, they use fade out transition from color bars to national anthem.

(2010-2013) after sign off, it redirects to SMPTE Color Bars with 1000 Hz tone without fade transition.

(2012-17) before sign on, the test card fades out to national anthem before station notice.

(2013-14; 2015-present) After sign off, it redirects to test card montage. later, the station will be unplugged as turning into SMPTE Color Bars with 1000 Hz tone. it will be unplugged after signed off along with GMA News TV. while GMA is unplugged, then GNTV losing statically (turning black screen) in 3 seconds then redirected to test card of GNTV until color bars, and later 2 channels both lost its signal. (in analog or digital tv without DTV box, it redirects to static noise, for digital tv with DTV box, the channel will disappear it's signal with the note appears "No Signal")

(2013-15) after sign off notice and national anthem, it redirects to GMA-7 2002 Logo Test Card, before Color Bars.

(2013-present) after sign-off, they are using their SMPTE Color Bars with 1000 Hz tone 4 to 5 minutes losing statically (turning black screen) in 3 seconds to SMPTE Color Bars with Slient before promotional programs as Test card. In 2015 to present. they are also airing GMA's social media accounts & pages like Facebook, Twitter and Instagram as test card. and right before SMPTE Color Bars with 1000 Hz in 35 minutes before sign-on.

(2017-present) After sign off, they are still airing test card/color bars with 1000 Hz tone starting 1:10 AM to 4:50 AM on Monday, starting 12:35 to 4:50 AM on Tuesday to Friday starting 12:30 AM to 5:00 AM on Saturday and starting 12:30 AM to 4:30 AM on Sunday without losing it's signal. they are using programs or social media accounts test card every minutes before changing to color bars which also airing every minutes.

Network Restart[]

On December 27, 2015, The network restarted for first time. They didn't sign off. A reason why the network restarted:

  • They are airing live mass on Vatican City for Christmas.

After live mass on 2015, they aired the updated Philippine National Anthem and updated sign on notice followed by GMA Network's 2012 station I.D. & start of programming.

During the network's restart in, they updated the Philippine National Anthem & station notice.

After live mass on 2016, they are airing some plugs by GMA Network, then followed by Philippine National Anthem, sign on notice, station I.D. & start of programming.

Operates[]

GMA Network operate from Mondays thru Thursdays 5:30 AM to 12:00 midnight, Fridays 5:30 AM to 11:30 PM, Saturdays 5:00 AM to 12:00 midnight and Sunday 6:00 AM to 12:30 AM on analog TV and digital TV, and they operate 24 hours a day, 7 days a week on cable and satellite operators. They during Holy Week, they sign off 12:35 AM on Maundy Thursday and sign on every 8:00 AM and signing off every 12:00 MN. after programming, GMA signs off. then the network signs on before started programming and ended programming before signs off.

Other videos related[]

YouTube[]

Dailymotion[]

Used Backgrounds[]


Broadcast Television stations in the Metro Manila market
VHF stations

DWGT 4 (PTV) | DWET 5 (TV5) | DZBB 7 (GMA) | DZKB 9 (RPN/CNN Philippines) | DZOE 11 (A2Z) | DZTV 13 (IBC)
UHF stations

DWDB 27 (GTV) | DWKC 31 (BEAM) | DWAO 37 (UNTV) | DWAQ 39 (SMNI) | DWNB 41 (One Sports) | DZCE 48 (INC TV)

Inactive Stations
DWWX 2 (ABS-CBN) | DWAC23 (S+A) |

Digital Television stations in the Metro Manila market
Digital television

15 GMA Network/GTV 479.143 MHz | 18/51 TV5 Network/One Sports 497.143 MHz | 19 RPN/CNN Philippines 503.143 MHz | 20 ZOE/A2Z 509.143 MHz | 21 SBN/ETC 515.143 MHz/569.143 MHz | 26 IBC 545.143 MHz | 29 RJTV 563.143 MHz | 32 BEAM 581.143 MHz | 33 ZOE/Light TV 587.143 MHz | 38 UNTV 617.143 MHz | 40 SMNI 629.143 MHz | 42 PTV 641.143 MHz | 49 Net 25/INC TV 683.143 MHz |
Inactive
16/43 ABS-CBN 485.143 MHz/647.143 MHz

Advertisement