Cebu Catholic Television Network

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Cebu Catholic Television Network (CCTN Channel 47)
Launched December 17, 2002
Owned by Archdiocese of Cebu
Fil-Products Group of Companies
Slogan "Usa ka Pagtuo, Usa ka Tingog, Usa ka Katawhan" ("One Faith, One Voice, One People")
Country Philippines
Analog Channel 47 (UHF)
Cebu City
Analog Channel 47 (UHF)
Roxas, Capiz
SkyCable Channel 36
(Cebu City)
Cablelink Channel 97
(Metro Manila)
Cebu Cable Channel 98
(Cebu City)
Streaming media Streaming Live

Cebu Catholic Television Network (CCTN) is a broadcast television channel owned by the Archdiocese of Cebu and Fil-Products Group of Companies in the Philippines. The station's studios are located at the CCTN Broadcast Center, Cardinal Rosales Avenue, Cebu Business Park, Cebu City. CCTN 47 now operates 24/7.


Cebu Catholic Television Network Channel 47 (CCTN) was created from the vision of its founder, Nonito “Dodong” Limchua. After his stint in the cable business he started family relationship programs that promote Gospel values and bring the Catholic Church message to the people. Since he and wife Diana are devout Catholics, they have been involved in Walking with Jesus Seminars. Together, they shared their vision with the Archbishop of Cebu, Ricardo Cardinal Vidal and he supported them in their desire for others to see the face of Christ through professional coverage of events, documentaries and issues concerning the Catholic Church.


  • Agio
  • Angel Force
  • Alyas Jo
  • Babaye
  • Bahandi
  • Sayri 47 (formerly CCTN News) (September 9, 2013 – present)
  • Balita sa Alas-Dose
  • Bangkilan
  • Bible Story
  • Cardinal Filler
  • Christ the Healing Word
  • Clear Cut Tonight
  • Community Bulletin
  • D Partners
  • Daily Mass
  • Dalit sa Gugma
  • Dear Tatay
  • Dugong Sagrado
  • Family Rosary Crusade
  • Gi-Uhaw
  • Gugmang Dakog Mata
  • Handurawan
  • Hello Cebu Maayong Buntag Pinoy
  • Hercules
  • Hudyaka sa Plaza
  • Huni Sa Kabuntagon
  • Introivo
  • Juan to Be
  • Katin-Awan sa Patuo
  • Kasaysayan
  • Kerygma TV
  • Lailani/For Mama
  • Lamok sa Suok
  • Lusad
  • Men of Light
  • Misteryo
  • My Little Princess
  • Paabuton Ko Ikaw
  • Paghigmata
  • Pagpakabana Katawhan
  • Pamilyang May K
  • Partners in Law
  • Prototaloy
  • Rosalinda
  • Saksi Ang Mga Bitoon
  • Salamat sa Musika
  • Sam Enchanted Evening
  • Scoop @ Baseline
  • Secret Angel
  • Silent Victim
  • Sportsworld 47
  • Steve Rey
  • Sunday Mass
  • Talk Show Classic
  • Tele-Aralan
  • TKO
  • The Angelus
  • The 3 O'Clock Prayer and Chaplet to the Divine Mercy
  • Tres Metros
  • True Vine
  • Wake Up Call
  • You and the Music

CCTN stations[edit]

Branding Callsign Ch. # Power (ERP) kW Location
CCTN 47 Cebu DYCC-TV TV-47 50 kW 347.1 kW ERP Cebu
CCTN 47 Manila* DWDZ-TV TV-47 50 kW Mega Manila
CCTN 47 Roxas DYCR-TV TV-47 5 kW Roxas
CCTN 42 Dumaguete* DYSQ-TV TV-42 5 kW Dumaguete
CCTN 47 Zamboanga* DXGZ-TV TV-47 1 kW Zamboanga
CCTN 47 Cagayan de Oro* DXIF-TV TV-47 5 kW Cagayan de Oro
CCTN 47 Davao* DXDC-TV TV-47 30 kW Davao
CCTN 44 General Santos* DXES-TV TV-44 1 kW General Santos
CCTN 47 Butuan* DXLC-TV TV-47 1 kW Butuan
CCTN 40 Tandag* DXZW-TV TV-40 1 kW Tandag

CCTN on Cable/Satellite TV[edit]

Cable/Satellite Provider Ch. # Coverage
SkyCable 36 Cebu City

-with several cable TV stations and affiliates in Cebu, Central Visayas and across the Philippines.


  • San Gabriel Productions
  • Total Viewing Productions
  • Cebu City Council
  • M-Talent Events and Promotions

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