Central Luzon Television

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Central Luzon Television
Type Broadcast television network
Country Philippines Philippines
Owner Central Luzon Broadcasting Corporation
Key people
Levy P. Laus, Chairman
Sonia P. Soto, President and General Manager
Billy San Juan, Deputy GM and Vice President
Launch date
March 19, 2007
Official website
www.cltv36.tv

Central Luzon TV 36 is a regional TV station owned and operated by Central Luzon Broadcasting Corporation, a unit of the Laus Group of Companies in the Philippines. It was launched on March 19, 2007. Its transmitter, offices and studio complex are located at 3/F CGIC Bldg., Jose Abad Santos Ave., City of San Fernando, Pampanga with the power of 10,000 watts. As one of the youngest terrestrial television stations in the Philippines, it was created when Philippine Congress granted a franchise under Republic Act No. 8219 on September 12, 1997 and duly licensed by the NTC dated January 10, 2007.

CLTV 36 focuses on a centralized media coverage, starting off with Pampanga and the provinces of Central Luzon or Region III and sometimes in the National Capital Region or Metro Manila. These are the provinces of Nueva Ecija, Bulacan, Bataan, Tarlac, Zambales, Pampanga and Aurora. CLTV 36 can also be seen in some areas in Metro Manila, Rizal, Cavite and Laguna via weak signal. This station operates from 6:30 AM to 10:30 PM (Mondays to Sundays).

CLTV 36 is the official broadcaster of the Giant Lantern Festival every December from 2008.

The tower-transmitter of CLTV 36 and studio (3rd Floor, Corporate Guarantee & Insurance Company building, San Fernando, Pampanga).
CLTV 36 was the official broadcaster of the Giant Lantern Festival.

CLTV 36 was named as the Best Provincial TV station by the KBP Golden Dove Awards, organized by the Kapisanan ng mga Brodkaster ng Pilipinas (KBP) for 2 consecutive years, in 2012 and 2014.

Slogans[edit]

  • One Region, One Station
  • Atin 'To!
  • Alerto, Alisto Ako!
  • Ka-Rehiyon, Nangunguna Ka!
  • Tapat na Naglilingkod sa Central Luzon (primary slogan)
  • Mas Masaya. Mas Makulay. (secondary slogan)
  • 7 Taong Tapat na Naglilingkod sa Central Luzon (used for the station's 7th anniversary)

Programs[edit]

  • Alerto Central Luzon
  • Balitang Central Luzon
  • Hamon Central Luzon
  • Music Zone
  • OK si Dok
  • Trip Treat @ Gimik
  • HB
  • Men of Light
  • Win Win For All
  • Tatak Central Luzon
  • Queng Cucina
  • So To Speak
  • Ayos Ka-Rehiyon
  • Kwentong Wagi
  • Ulat Sa Bayan
  • For Your Eyes Only
  • Fernandino First TV
  • E.T.C. News
  • His Life TV
  • Ur'Gov @ Work in Central Luzon
  • Tinig ng Pasko

Personalities[edit]

News and Public Affairs[edit]

  • Sonia P. Soto
  • Jodie Mercado
  • Atty. Butch Jamon
  • Lanie Ontong-Esguerra
  • Jun Lutero
  • Dalsa Montalban-Hizon
  • Doctor Will Olalia
  • Doctor Salve Olalia
  • Tonette Orejas
  • Doctor Noel Jusay Lacsamana
  • Maricel "Marang" Morales

Religious[edit]

  • Bishop Ambo David
  • Rev Fr Deo Galang
  • His Life Pastors

Entertainment[edit]

  • Jay-Ar Hipolito - ETC Head
  • Eliza Arnaiz
  • Andy Pangan
  • Jeneal Mariano
  • Carmela Regala
  • Rommer Rodriguez
  • Reynold Gomez
  • Ruchelle Manalang
  • Rozette Fabros
  • Awit Garcia
  • Angelica Bianca Lapuz
  • Barbie Manalo
  • Lemuel Lansangan
  • Louie Anne Culala
  • Rica David
  • Jd Simon
  • Renzo Nicolau
  • Anthony Nielsen
  • Paul John Carlos
  • Ara Muna
  • Hans Lee

Reporters[edit]

  • Joshua Lansangan
  • Aizeline David
  • Sarah Maniago
  • Liezel Cayanan
  • Marvee Mallari-Austria
  • Katrina Casuga
  • Mariah Miranda
  • Jenna Parungao
  • Armand Galang
  • Mhike Cigaral
  • Ariel Avendaño
  • Johnny Reblando

Station[edit]

Branding Callsign Channel Number TPO Station Type Location
CLTV 36 DWRW-TV 36 10,000 watts Originating San Fernando, Pampanga/Central Luzon Region

-With several cable & satellite affiliates in Central Luzon.

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