DXKO-TV

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DXKO-TV (CNN Philippines TV-5 Cagayan de Oro)
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Cagayan de Oro
Branding CNN Philippines TV-5 Cagayan De Oro
Slogan We Tell the Story of the Filipino
This is CNN Philippines
Channels Analog: 5 (VHF)
Affiliations CNN Philippines
Owner Radio Philippines Network
Nine Media Corporation
Founded 1965
Call letters' meaning DX
KanlaOn
(RPN's former name, the "O" call initials also referred to Cagayan de Oro, station's city base; also referred to the radio station)
Former callsigns DXAQ-TV (1965-1972)
Former affiliations CBN/ABS-CBN (1965-1972)
KBS (1972-1975)
RPN (1975-2008)
C/S 9 (2008-2009)
Solar TV (2009-2011)
ETC (2011-2013)
Solar News Channel (2013-2014)
9TV (2014-2015)
Transmitter power 10,000 watts TPO
(50,000 watts ERP)
Website www.cnnphilippines.com

DXKO-TV, channel 5, is a television station of Philippine television network Radio Philippines Network and Nine Media Corporation. Its transmitter are located at Butuan-Cagayan de Oro-Iligan Road (National Highway), Barangay Gusa, Cagayan de Oro City. It previously known as the only ETC station to carry Jack City (which is assigned supposedly to all BEAM TV stations), while the remaining stations carries ETC. This station is currently undergoing rehabilitation but will be airing soon in time for the launch of CNN Philippines which will be aired on all RPN operated television stations in the Philippines. In March 2016, it was returned to airwaves and officially launched itself.

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Current on-air staff[edit]

  • Cheng Ordonez & Icey Mercado (Cagayan de Oro Correspondents)

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