|Branding||ABS-CBN TV-3 Cebu|
|Slogan||In The Service of The Filipino Worldwide|
|Channels||Analog: 3 (VHF)
Digital: 37 (UHF) (ISDB-T) (test broadcast)
Virtual: 11.16 (LCN)
|Translators||DY-12-MA 12 Dumaguete
DY-9-BH 9 Bohol
DY-7-YF 7 Siquijor
DY-2-TO 2 Toledo, Cebu
DY-13-YG 13 Barili, Cebu
|Founded||June 14, 1961|
|Call letters' meaning||DY
Broadcasting Network (former owner prior to its merger from ABS)
|Sister station(s)||DYAC-TV 23 (S+A)|
|Former callsigns||DYCW-TV (1973–1978)|
|Former affiliations||Banahaw Broadcasting Corporation (1973-1978)
|Transmitter power||50,000 Watts (200,000 Watts ERP)|
DYCB-TV, channel 3, is a VHF television station of Philippine television network ABS-CBN Corporation. Its studios are located at the ABS-CBN Broadcasting Complex, North Road, Jagobiao, Mandaue City. While its transmitter is located at Mt. Busay, Brgy. Babag 2, Cebu City.
- June 14, 1961 – DYCB-TV channel 3, the first provincial TV station in the Philippines, was launched by ABS-CBN (then known as Bolinao Electronics Corporation). It first aired a four-hour-a-day schedule (6:00–10:00 p.m.), transmitting on a 50-mile radius within Cebu and nearby islands. The station's 390 ft (118.9 m) transmission tower (then the tallest structure in Cebu) was originally from the network's flagship TV station, DZAQ-TV 3, used during the first telecasts in 1953.
- 1973 – After the declaration of Martial Law by then-President Ferdinand Marcos, and the takeover of ABS-CBN by his crony, Roberto Benedicto, DYCB-TV reopened as DYCW-TV, and became part of the Banahaw Broadcasting Corporation (followed by DYXL-TV 4 in Bacolod).
- 1978 – Channel 3 became an owned-and-operated station of the government-owned GTV (later the Maharlika Broadcasting System, now People's Television Network). The call letters were reverted to the original DYCB-TV.
- 1988 – DYCB-TV channel 3 reopened under ABS-CBN, its original network.
- June 28, 1988 – DYCB-TV introduced the Star Network with the famous numerical gold tri-ribbon channel 3 logo with a star.
- August 29, 1988 – TV Patrol Central Visayas (first known as TV Patrol Cebu), the channel's flagship newscast launched. With this feat DYCB became the first regional station to introduced local newscasts.
- 1989 – DYCB-TV started domestic satellite broadcasts to bring programs live from Manila.
- February 22, 2015 - ABS-CBN Cebu started in ISDB-T Broadcast on UHF 37 with the launching of ABS-CBN TV Plus in Cebu.
ABS-CBN 3 Cebu Programs
- Maayong Buntag Kapamilya
- Maayong Buntag Kapamilya Sabado
- Kapamilya, Mas Winner Ka!
- MAG TV Na!
- TV Patrol Central Visayas
- News Patrol Central Visayas
- Christ the Healer
- Sinulog (annually)
- Living Word TV
- Agri Tayo Dito
- Amor Chicko
- Halad sa Kapamilya
- Ang TV Cebu
- Banat Visayas, Sulong Mindanao!
- Kang Kinsa Isabwag ang Mga Bulak
- Siya ug Ako sa Kangitngit
- For Life Presents
- Alas Diyes Na
- Chika Hai Ta
- Let's Do Business
- Little Big Star Cebu
- Milyonaryong Mini
- Sabado Na Gyud
- Sabado Na, Game Na!
- Summer Sunshine
- TV Patrol Cebu
- Tubag! with Leo Lastimosa
- Primitivo Ala Swerte
DYCB-DT UHF Channel 37 (611.143 MHz)
|Channel||Video||Aspect||PSIP Short Name||Programming||Note|
|11.18||N/A||N/A||CINEMO!||Cine Mo!||Test Broadcast|
|11.22||N/A||Knowledge Channel||Knowledge Channel|
|11.23||N/A||DZMM TeleRadyo||DZMM TeleRadyo|
|11.24||N/A||KBO Channel||Kapamilya Box Office||Requires subscription via ABS-CBN Mobile|
|11.25||N/A||ABS-CBN One Seg||ABS-CBN One Seg||1seg|
CINEMO!, YEY!, Knowledge Channel, TeleRadyo and KBO Channel, are exclusive channels to TV Plus, a digital set-top box manufactured by the network.