ABS-CBN News Channel
|The ABS-CBN News Channel|
|The vectorized logo of ANC.|
|Launched||July 10, 1996|
|Owned by||Sarimanok News Network, Inc.|
|Picture format||480i (SDTV)|
|Slogan||Your first and most reliable news source.
|Headquarters||ABS-CBN Broadcasting Centre, Sgt. Esguerra Ave. corner Mother Ignacia St., Barangay South Triangle, Diliman, Quezon City, Philippines|
|Sister channel(s)||The Filipino Channel, Bro, Cinema One, Velvet, Balls, Myx, Hero, Lifestyle Network, CgeTV, Myx TV, Knowledge Channel|
as ANC Global
|SkyCable (Metro Manila)||Channel 27 (Digital)|
|Sunvision Cable (Taguig City)||Channel 40|
|SPC-New World CATV (San Jose del Monte and Marilao, Bulacan)||Channel 22|
|Telmarc Cable (Rizal, Laguna and Tarlac)||Channel 46|
|Royal Cable (Santa Rosa City, Cabuyao City, and Calamba City, Laguna}||Channel 34|
|New Bacolod Cable (Bacolod City)||Channel 56|
|Kalibo Cable (Kalibo, Aklan, and Antique)||Channel 28|
|Parasat Cable TV (Cagayan de Oro City)||Channel 30
And selected cable TV providers nationwide.
The ABS-CBN News Channel (officially abbreviated as ANC) is a cable television news network aimed to Filipino audience. It is the country's first all-news cable network, the country's first 24-hour news network, and the country's only English language news network. It is owned by Sarimanok News Network, Inc., a subsidiary of ABS-CBN Corporation. Most of its programming are produced by ABS-CBN News and Current Affairs.
It was first launched on SkyCable and later made available to other cable television providers throughout the country. It is also available in some parts of the world as ANC Global.
The ABS-CBN News Channel was originally established in 1996 as the Sarimanok News Network or SNN. SNN was the brainchild of the late Eugenio Lopez, Jr. who envisioned a television network that would become the primary source of news and information for Filipinos.
SNN was first offered on SkyCable on May 1, 1996. Back then the channel served the viewers through two major news programs, Dateline Philippines and Primetime News, while short news advisories aired throughout the day.
To enhance its resources and strengthen its position as the primary news channel for the Filipinos, SNN in 1998 merged with Sky News, another Lopez-owned cable news channel that specialized in business news. The merger of the two networks paved the way for the formation of the country's first 24-hour news channel offering the latest in local and foreign news, business information, sports, weather updates and lifestyle. In 1999 the network changed its name to ABS-CBN News Channel or ANC.
In the years that followed, ANC established its name and credibility through its relentless coverage of key events in the Philippines including the impeachment trial of Joseph Estrada, the Sipadan hostage crisis, the Oakwood mutiny, and EDSA Dos and Tres. Today ANC has firmly established its identity as an accurate and unbiased source of information and the go-to station for breaking news, wall-to-wall live news coverage and analysis with context. ANC was also the first to reveal the Estrada's "brown envelope" controversy, Corazon Aquino's death, the Maguindanao massacre, and Hubert Webb's acquittal.
Main article: List of programs shown on the ABS-CBN News Channel
Most of the programming of ANC are originally created for the network which specializes on news, business, politics, people, and current affairs as well as some documentary and magazine show imported from ABS-CBN. There are also shows from CNBC Asia and Al Jazeera English.
News anchors 
Main article: List of ANC anchors
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