Hope Channel Philippines

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Hope Channel Philippines
Launched September 26, 2011
Network Seventh-day Adventist Church
Owned by Seventh-day Adventist Church
Hope Channel
Gateway Broadcasting Network
Picture format 1080i (HDTV)
Slogan Bringing God's Truth Home
Country Philippines,Cagayan de Oro
Language English, Filipino
Broadcast area Philippines
Headquarters Pasig City, Philippines (Luzon)
Davao City, Philippines (Mindanao)
Website Hope Channel PHL official
Availability
Terrestrial
Gateway Broadcasting Network

Channel 45 (UHF)
Metro Manila (sharing broadcast with 3ABN) Channel 24 (UHF)
Dagupan & Bacolod

Channel 25 (UHF)
Cebu, Zamboanga, Cagayan De Oro, and Davao
Cable
SkyCable Channel 163 (Digital)
Destiny Cable Channel 101
Parasat Cable TV Channel 17

Hope Channel Philippines is a religious network of the Seventh-day Adventist Church & Gateway UHF Broadcasting in the Philippines. Founded and launched on September 26, 2011 in Southern Mindanao (its main service broadcast provider),[1] and on January 2012 in Luzon and Visayas.[2][3] It was first seen on UHF Channel 25 in Davao in Mindanao Region.

It had also its first radio station named Hope Radio Philippines which will be heard on DXCR on MVC and DXHR-AM in Butuan City. In Luzon, this station is broadcast from 7pm-7am while its sharing network station form U.S. 3ABN International which aired from 7am-7pm on UHF Channel 45, Manila. The network programming is similar to Hope Channel International programming but in Filipino language.[4]

Programming[edit]

The following is the programs of Hope Channel Philippines (some of those are not broadcast in Hope Channel Luzon)[5]

  • Panimbaya sa Kabuntagon
  • Takna sa Pagtuon
  • Ang Panimalay
  • Nature Speaks
  • Faith at Work
  • Revelations of Bible Prophecy
  • Pangutana Pastor
  • Huni
  • Call to Lead
  • I Dare You
  • Dynamic Living (The Total You & International Edition)
  • Dynamic Youth
  • Vege Capable


Clarynce John S. Valencia

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