|Branding||ABS-CBN TV-4 Davao|
|Slogan||In The Service of The Filipino|
|Channels||Analog: 4 (VHF)|
Digital: 22 (UHF) (ISDB-T) (test broadcast)
Virtual: 11.16 (LCN)
|Call letters' meaning||DX|
System (former owner following its merger with CBN)
|Sister station(s)||DXAB-TV (S+A)|
|Former callsigns||DXAW-TV (1967-1972)|
|Former channel number(s)||2 (1967-1972)|
|Former affiliations||KBS/RPN (1972-1986)|
|Transmitter power||100 Kilowatts|
DXAS-TV, channel 4, is a VHF television station of Philippine television network ABS-CBN Corporation. Its studios and transmitter are located at the ABS-CBN Broadcasting Complex, Broadcast Avenue, Shrine Hills, Matina, Davao City.
Its radio stations MOR 101.1 For Life! Davao on the FM band, formerly known as 101.1 Radio Romance Davao (1992-1995), 101.1 Star Radio Davao (1995-1997), 101.1 ABS-CBN Radio Davao (1997-1999) and ABS-CBN DXRR 101.1 Davao (1999-2001), was first aired on March 2, 1992 and DXAB Radyo Patrol 1296 Davao on the AM band, was first aired on March 16, 1997. ABS-CBN Davao can be also seen in the entire Davao Region and Surigao del Sur (excluding Tandag).
- 1967 - DXAW-TV channel 2, the first television station in Southern Mindanao, was launched by ABS-CBN after ABS was merged with CBN into the same network.
- 1972 - During the declaration of Martial Law by then-President Ferdinand Marcos, and the takeover of ABS-CBN by his crony, Roberto Benedicto, DXAW-TV was shut down, then upon reopening it became part of the Kanlaon Broadcasting System (later Radio Philippines Network, now CNN Philippines).
- 1972 - DXAW-TV changed its callsign to DXAS-TV followed by frequency from Channel 2 to Channel 4.
- August 8, 1988 - DXAS-TV reopened under ABS-CBN, its original owner along with the introduction of the Star Network logo with the famous numerical gold tri-ribbon channel 4 logo with a star at the end.
- January 16, 1989 - TV Patrol Southern Mindanao (first known as TV Patrol Mindanao from 1989 to 1997 and reverted from 2001 to 2005/as TV Patrol Davao from 1997 to 2001), the station's flagship newscast launched. It is the first and oldest local news bulletin in Mindanao.
- 1989 - DXAS-TV commences its domestic satellite broadcast from Manila to bring national programs to viewers in the Davao Region.
- March 2, 1992 - MOR 101.1 For Life! Davao, its FM radio station was launched as 101.1 Radio Romance Davao.
- March 16, 1997 - DXAB Radyo Patrol 1296 Davao, its AM radio station was launched as a news and talk station, just two and a half decade since radio operations ended and 40 years since it started local radio broadcasts as DXAW-AM 640 kHz in 1957.
- 2016 - ABS-CBN Davao started its ISDB-T digital broadcast on April 9, 2016 for the launching of ABS-CBN TV Plus in Davao.
ABS-CBN 4 Davao Programs
- Maayong Buntag Mindanao
- News Patrol Davao
- TV Patrol Southern Mindanao
- Banquet of Love Sunday TV Mass
Previously Aired Programs
- Agri Tayo Dito
- Amor Chicko (simulcast along with ABS-CBN TV-3 Cebu)
- Ang TV Davao
- Araw ng Dabaw (yearly; simulcast on S+A 21 Davao)
- Awitanghalan (simulcast along with ABS-CBN TV-3 Cebu)
- Barangay Patrol
- Campus Idols
- Dinhing Dapita Sadya
- For Life Presents (simulcast along with ABS-CBN TV-3 Cebu)
- Gikan sa Masa, Para sa Masa
- Halo-Halo Sunday Specials
- Kadayawan Festival (yearly; simulcast on S+A 21 Davao)
- Kapamilya, Mas Winner Ka!
- Kapamilya Sabado Party
- Little Big Star Davao
- Mag TV Na! Southern Mindanao
- Milyonaryong Mini
- SBD Jam (formerly Sabado Jam/Sayabadabadoo)
- Summer Sunshine (simulcast along with ABS-CBN TV-3 Cebu)
- Tatak Sigurado
- TV Patrol Davao
- TV Patrol Mindanao
- Margie on Mindanao
UHF Channel 22 (521.143 MHz)
|Channel||Video||Aspect||PSIP Short Name||Programming||Note|
|11.16||480i||4:3||ABS-CBN DAVAO||ABS-CBN||Test broadcast|
|11.22||Knowledge Channel||Knowledge Channel|
|11.23||DZMM Teleradyo||DZMM TeleRadyo|
|11.25||KBO Channel||Kapamilya Box Office||Requires subscription via ABS-CBNmobile|
|11.26||240p||ABS-CBN OneSeg||ABS-CBN OneSeg||1seg|
CINEMO!, YEY!, Knowledge Channel, DZMM TeleRadyo, and KBO Channel are exclusive channels to TV Plus, a digital set-top box manufactured by the network.