Golden Broadcast Professionals

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Golden Broadcast Professionals, Inc. (GBP)
TV and radio network
Founded 1992
Headquarters GBPI Building, Campaner St., Zamboanga City, Philippines
Key people
Eddie and Lolita Chua

Golden Broadcast Professionals, Inc., is a broadcasting company based in Zamboanga City. It operates a radio and TV station affiliated with Quest Broadcasting Inc. and TV5 Network, Inc. The network was formerly affiliated with Intercontinental Broadcasting Corporation (DXZB-TV 13) and Radio Mindanao Network (DXRZ-TV CTV 31).


The radio (DXEL-FM) and television station (DXGB-TV) were launched in August 1992 at its broadcasting hub located at Campaner St., Zamboanga City. The station originally affiliated with TV5 Network, Inc. (DXGB TV11) from November 1, 1992 – December 31, 1997, and 2004 to present. Its FM station, formerly known as 95.5 Gold FM, is an affiliate of Quest Broadcasting Inc., the network that brought Magic 89.9 in Manila and Killer Bee FM Stations to the Philippine airwaves, from May 1, 2000.


  • TV5 Network, Inc. (TV5) - November 1, 1992 – January 1, 1998; Mid-2004 to present
  • Intercontinental Broadcasting Corporation (IBC 13) - November 1, 1998 to late 2005.
  • BEAM (RMN) - April to October 1998 to late July 2011.


Current Programs[edit]

  • Dateline TeleRadyo (Morning Edition) - A three-hour television and radio news live programming, through GBPI TV11 and Magic 95.5 from 6 to 9 AM. Hosted by Ronnie Lledo and JV Francisco
  • Dateline TeleRadyo (Afternoon Edition) - A continuation for their morning block and simlucast as well through GBPI TV11 and Magic 95.5 from 6 to 9 AM. Hosted by JV Francisco
  • Dateline Zamboanga - the flagship Chavacano newscast anchored by Ronnie Lledo and Teodyver Arquiza.
  • No Limit - talkshow hosted by Ronnie Lledo
  • BENG - talkshow program hosted by Zamboanga City 1st District Cong. Maria Isabelle Climaco

Previous Programs[edit]

  • Dateline Zamboanga (English Broadcast) - Originally aired in English since 1993, it reformatted in local Chavacano language in 2001.
  • Celso desde Limpapa hasta Licomo - Started in 1998, it aired during the first term as a Congressman of Cong. Celso Lobregat. The show ended when he was elected as the city mayor in 2004.
  • 30 Minutes with Atty. Vic Solis - a 30-minute current affairs program by Atty. Vic Solis. It ended in 2008.
  • S na S! - produced by Rikki Lim of Victory Studio, Zamboanga City
  • Yahoo! - variety show hosted and produced by former City Councilor VP Elago
  • Amor con Amor Se Paga - a public affairs programming hosted by the former Zamboanga City 2nd District Cong. Erbie Fabian. The show ended when Cong. Fabian ended his 3-year term as congressman.
  • VEZ TV (Vale el Zamboanga) - local tele-magazine in cooperation with SkyCable Zamboanga. They transferred to EMedia Productions in Early 2016.

Aside from these said programs and most of TV5's network programming, the station also airs blocktime movie programs as well as live telecast of local issues affecting Zamboanga.

GBPI TV station[edit]

Branding Callsign Ch. # Power kW Location
GBPI TV 11 Zamboanga DXGB-TV TV-11 5 kW (20kW ERP) Zamboanga City

-With several cable affiliates in Zamboanga Peninsula.

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