Kapisanan ng mga Brodkaster ng Pilipinas
|Kapisanan ng mga Brodkaster ng Pilipinas|
|Formed||April 27, 1973|
6th Floor LTA Building,118 Perea St., Legaspi Village, Makati City, Philippines
The Kapisanan ng mga Brodkaster ng Pilipinas (KBP; English: Association of Broadcasters of the Philippines) is a broadcast media organization in the Philippines which provides its members broadcasting standards. The KBP was organized on April 27, 1973 in order to promote professional and ethical standards in Philippine broadcasting both in radio and television.
The KBP provides broadcast media regulations and guidelines for news, public affairs and commentaries, political broadcasts, children’s shows, religious programming, and including advertising to its members. The members of the KBP are composed of the owners and operators of radio and television stations including the radio and television stations themselves.
Broadcast code of the Philippines
The broadcast code of the Philippines is a set of standards for performance and ethics which are followed by radio and television stations who are members of the KBP. The code is composed of 3 parts, part 1 includes the 33 articles of which the standards for programming are illustrated. Part 2 pertains to the implementing rules and regulations of the KBP while part 3 illustrates the penalties if a violation has been committed.
The 33 articles of part 1 cover all broadcast mediums (radio and television) that are members of KBP. They mainly tackle how programs such as news and publics affairs programs remain just, fair and unbiased of point of views or opinions. The code also states that news sources must be clearly identified, except when the sources meet a confidentiality condition. The code also states how corrections should be done when a broadcast entity has come out with un-factual information. The code also gives standards to all types of programming and how it should be monitored when showing contents whose materials have with sexual content and violence. The KBP advocates the 18-minute advertising per hour rule for Philippine TV stations, the 18-minute rule was strictly implemented to prevent ads cluttering the TV programs.
The KBP Golden Dove Awards
Since 1990 the KBP has held the Golden Dove Awards, it is an annual awards recognition event which pays tribute to broadcast practitioners for their contributions and achievements in the broadcast industry. The judges for each of the categories are from selected media practitioners, advertisers and the academic community. As of the 17th Golden Dove Awards they have been giving away awards for the following categories:
- Broadcaster of the Year
- Lifetime Achievement Award
- Outstanding AM and FM Station
- Outstanding Comedy Program & Host
- Outstanding Drama Program & Host
- Outstanding Drama Series
- Outstanding Field Reporter
- Outstanding Game Show & Host
- Outstanding Magazine Program & Host
- Outstanding Magazine Talk Show & Host
- Outstanding Newscast Program & Host
- Outstanding Newscaster for Television & Radio
- Outstanding Public Affairs Program & Host
- Outstanding Public Announcement
- Outstanding Public Service Program Radio and TV Host
- Outstanding Radio Jock
- Outstanding Science and Technology Program & Host
- Outstanding TV Station
- Outstanding Variety Show Program for both Manila and other provinces
Broadcast stations in the Philippines
As of December 2008, the Philippines has a total of 297 television broadcast stations from 173 in 1998. Currently there are also 659 FM stations and 383 AM stations this comprises regional subsidiaries and smaller entities in provinces which was based from the total National Telecommunications Commission (NTC) licenses distributed. Cable television (CATV) remains to be outside of the KBP’s broadcast code but the programs are still reviewed by the Movie and Television Review and Classification Board of the Philippines (MTRCB).
Broadcast stations by region
|Region||AM Stations||FM Stations||TV Stations||TOTAL|
|National Capital Region (NCR)||31||25||22||78|
|Cordillera Administrative Region (CAR)||11||20||10||41|
|Region 1 – Ilocos Region||33||38||13||84|
|Region II – Cagayan Valley||19||38||16||73|
|Region III – Central Luzon*||18||25||13||55|
|Region IV – Southern Tagalog||31||76||30||137|
|Region V - Bicol||36||68||30||134|
|Region VI – Western Visayas||35||71||29||135|
|Region VII – Central Visayas||27||47||21||95|
|Region VIII – Eastern Visayas||22||30||11||63|
|Region IX – Western Mindanao||23||44||21||88|
|Region X – Northern Mindanao||22||37||21||80|
|Region XI – Southern Mindanao||34||77||31||142|
|Region XII – Central Mindanao||14||23||9||46|
- NOTE: Radio and Television stations in Central Luzon are also members of the Central Luzon Media Association (CLMA).
The following are major and selected minor broadcast networks and stations in the Philippines that are members of the KBP.
- ABS-CBN Corporation
- Advanced Media Broadcasting System
- Aliw Broadcasting Corporation
- Apollo Broadcast Investors, Inc.
- Audiovisual Communicators, Inc.
- Catholic Media Network
- Bombo Radyo Philippines Network
- Broadcast Enterprises and Affiliated Media
- Christian Era Broadcasting Service International, Inc. - Owned by Iglesia ni Cristo.
- Delta Broadcasting System
- Eagle Broadcasting Corporation
- FBS Radio Network Inc.
- Interactive Broadcast Media, Inc.
- Intercontinental Broadcasting Corporation
- Magnum Broadcasting, Inc.
- Manila Broadcasting Company
- Mareco Broadcasting Network, Inc.
- Nine Media Corporation
- Quest Broadcasting Inc.
- Radio Mindanao Network
- Radioworld Broadcasting Corporation - Owner of CLTV 36 in Central Luzon region.
- Rajah Broadcasting Network - Owner of RJTV 29.
- Real Radio Network Inc.
- Tiger 22 Media Corporation
- Trans-Radio Broadcasting Corporation - Owned by the Philippine Daily Inquirer
- TV5 Network Inc. formerly Associated Broadcasting Company (ABC)
The following are major and selected minor broadcast networks and stations in the Philippines that are former members of the KBP.
- Blockbuster Broadcating
- Brainstone Broadcasting System
- Bright Star Broadcasting Network Corporation
- Capitol Broadcasting Center (DZME)
- Crusaders Broadcasting System (DWAD)
- Far East Broadcasting Company (FEBC)
- GMA Network, Inc.
- Gateway UHF Broadcasting
- Mabuhay Broadcasting System
- Nation Broadcasting Corporation
- Philippine Broadcasting Service
- Progressive Broadcasting Corporation
- Radio Philippines Network
- Raven Broadcasting Corporation
- Southern Broadcasting Network
- Supreme Broadcasting Systems
- Ultrasonic Broadcasting System
- ZOE Broadcasting Network
- Radio in the Philippines
- Department of Information and Communications Technology (Philippines) (DICT)
- Movie and Television Review and Classification Board (MTRCB)
- National Telecommunications Commission (Philippines) (NTC)
- Click Music Philippines
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