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|Branding||ABS-CBN TV 4 Davao|
|Slogan||In The Service of The Filipino Worldwide|
|Channels||Analog: 4 (VHF)|
|Sister station(s)||DXAB-TV (ABS-CBN Sports+Action)|
|Former callsigns||DXAW-TV (1964-1972)|
|Former affiliations||RPN (1972-1986)|
|Transmitter power||100 Kilowatts|
DXAS-TV, channel 4, is the sister station of Philippine television network of ABS-CBN Corporation. Its studios and transmitter are located at the ABS-CBN Broadcast Center, Shrine Hills, Matina, Davao City.
- 1964 - DXAS-TV, the first television station in Southern Mindanao, was launched by ABS (later merging into ABS-CBN from ABS).
- 1972 - During the declaration of Martial Law by then-President Ferdinand Marcos, and the takeover of ABS-CBN by his crony, Roberto Benedicto, DXAS-TV was shut down then it became part of the Kanalon Broadcasting System (now Radio Philippines Network).
- 1988 - DXAS-TV reopened under ABS-CBN, its original owner.
- June 28, 1988 - DXAS-TV introduced the Star Network with the famous numerical gold tri-ribbon channel 4 logo with a star.
- April 17, 1989 - TV Patrol Southern Mindanao (first known as TV Patrol Mindanao/TV Patrol Davao), the channel's flagship newscast launched.
- 1989 - DXAS-TV set up its domestic satellite broadcast from Manila.
ABS-CBN 4 Local Current Programs
- Agri Tayo Dito
- Barangay Patrol
- Gikan sa Masa, Para sa Masa
- Kapamilya Winner Ka!
- Maayong Buntag Mindanao
- MagTV Na Sadya Ta!
- Tatak Sigurado
- TV Patrol Southern Mindanao
Previously Aired Programs
- Amor Chicko (simulcast along with ABS-CBN Visayas & Mindanao)
- Araw ng Dabaw (yearly; simulcast on ABS-CBN S+A 21 Davao)
- Awitanghalan (simulcast along with ABS-CBN Visayas & Mindanao)
- Campus Idols
- Dinhing Dapita Sadya
- For Life Presents (simulcast along with ABS-CBN Visayas & Mindanao)
- Halo-Halo Sunday Specials
- Kadayawan Festival (yearly; simulcast on ABS-CBN S+A 21 Davao)
- Kapamilya Sabado Party
- Little Big Star Davao
- Milyonaryong Mini
- SBD Jam (formerly Sabado Jam)
- Summer Sunshine
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