Christian Era Broadcasting Service

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Christian Era Broadcasting Service
Type Broadcast television and radio network
Country Philippines
Availability National
Owner Christian Era Broadcasting Service, Inc. and Iglesia Ni Cristo
Key people
Angelo Eraño V. Manalo (Chairman/CEO)
Rommel Sanvictores (Station Manager, INCTV)
Arnel Solano (Station Manager, INCRadio)
Launch date
February 10, 1969 (radio broadcasts)
February 13, 1983
July 21, 2005 (television broadcasts)
Official website
www.incmedia.org
www.dzem954.com
Language Filipino/English/Tagalog

Christian Era Broadcasting Service, Incorporated (CEBSI) (formerly known as Christian Broadcasting Service from 1969 to 1994) is a Philippine television and radio network, and a religious broadcast arm of Iglesia ni Cristo. This station studios are located in Quezon City. It is a sister company of the Net 25, which owns DZEC and Pinas FM 95.5. Currently, its flagship television station, DZCE-UHF TV Channel 49 (INC TV) in Metro Manila.

Digital Television[edit]

With its partnership with the Japanese government through the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications (MIC), Digital Broadcasting Experts Group (DiBEG) and the Association of Radio Industries and Businesses (ARIB) in Japan.

It has developed a strong partnership with NET 25, the television station of Eagle Broadcasting Corporation in the digital transmission of the network’s HD content. GEMNET is ready for HD with the purchase of HD equipment and cameras - Panasonic HVX200, HPX500 and HPX3000, and Sony EX series to name a few. This marks the first terrestrial high definition channel of the Philippines, namely GEM HD.

CEBS stations[edit]

Free TV[edit]

Branding Callsign Ch. # Power (kW) Station Type Location (Transmitter site)
INC TV-49 DZCE-TV TV-49 30 kW Originating Metro Manila

Radio stations[edit]

Branding Callsign Frequency Location
INCRadio DZEM 954 DZEM 954 kHz Metro Manila

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