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ABS-CBN Regional
TypeDivision
Industry
Founded1988; 34 years ago (1988)
DefunctAugust 28, 2020; 2 years ago (2020-08-28)
SuccessorRegional News Group
Key people
Veneranda Sy
ParentABS-CBN Corporation
WebsiteFacebook Page

ABS-CBN Regional (also known as ABS-CBN Regional Network Group) was the regional network division of ABS-CBN Corporation. It broadcast programs mostly from ABS-CBN's flagship station (DWWX-TV) in most of its provinces and rural areas. Cebu, Bacolod and Davao's local stations were firstly reopened in 1988 after the network's hibernation due to Martial law on September 21, 1972, aside from Manila's flagship station, which reopened after the People Power Revolution in September 1986. It was later expanded as it launched more stations across Luzon, Visayas & Mindanao in the 1990s and 2000s. ABS-CBN Regional became one of the most popular television and radio companies in the country based on Kantar Ratings.

The local stations also produced their own newscasts which aired prior to TV Patrol in weekday afternoons, and other local programming which aired on Sundays. The launch of the local game show Kapamilya, Mas Winner Ka! across Visayas and Mindanao, Bagong Morning Kapamilya in North Luzon (Baguio and Dagupan), the 17th local TV Patrol in Southern Tagalog (Region IV-A) in 2009, and the 18th local TV Patrol in Palawan (IV-B; the network had an affiliate station) in 2011, provided more relevance to regional audiences.

On April 15, 2011, RNG launched "ChoosePhilippines", a new website aimed to promote tourism in the Philippines by sharing photos and stories of the most extravagant places, culture, and arts of the Philippine islands.

ABS-CBN Regional ceased its operations with 12 TV Patrol's regional newscasts and 10 morning shows ended their broadcast on August 28, 2020, after almost 32 years following the denial of its legislative franchise on July 10, 2020.[1][2][3] It was replaced by Regional News Group in September 2020.

Free-to-air television stations

ABS-CBN

Analog

VHF
Branding Callsign Ch. # Station Type Power (ERP) kW Location (Transmitter Site)
ABS-CBN TV-2 Manila ^ DWWX-TV TV-2 Originating 60 kW (346.2 kW ERP) Sergeant Esguerra Avenue, Diliman, Quezon City, National Capital Region
ABS-CBN TV-7 Laoag DWRD-TV TV-7 Relay[1] 10 kW San Nicolas, Ilocos Norte under Laoag
ABS-CBN TV-11 Vigan DZCG-TV TV-11 Relay 1 kW Mt. Caniao, Bantay, Ilocos Sur
ABS-CBN TV-3 Baguio (North Luzon) D-3-ZO-TV TV-3 Originating 40 kW (160.48 kW ERP) Mt. Sto. Tomas, Tuba, Benguet under Baguio
ABS-CBN TV-11 Mt. Province D-11-ZZ-TV TV-11 Relay 5 kW (11.12 kW ERP) Mt. Amuyao, Barlig, Mountain Province under Bontoc
ABS-CBN TV-3 Tuguegarao DWAF-TV TV-3 Relay 10 kW (30 kW ERP) Taft Street cor. Colleges Avenue, Tuguegarao
ABS-CBN TV-9 Aparri DWAX-TV TV-9 Relay 5 kW (11.12 kW ERP) Aparri
ABS-CBN TV-2 Isabela DWAI-TV TV-2 Relay[2] 10 kW Santiago, Isabela
ABS-CBN TV-11 Batanes DWCM-TV TV-11 Relay 5 kW Basco, Batanes
ABS-CBN TV-12 Olongapo D-12-ZT-TV TV-12 Relay 5 kW Upper Mabayuan, Olongapo
ABS-CBN TV-10 Batangas (Southern Tagalog) DZAD-TV TV-10 Originating 10 kW Mt. Banoy, Brgy. Talumpok East, Batangas City under Lipa, Batangas
ABS-CBN TV-11 Occidental Mindoro DZAB-TV TV-11 Relay 1 kW Brgy. 1 Poblacion, San Jose, Occidental Mindoro
ABS-CBN TV-7 Puerto Princesa (Palawan) DYPR-TV TV-7 Originating 10 kW Mabini cor. Valencia Streets, Brgy. Masipag, Puerto Princesa
ABS-CBN TV-10 Española DYEP-TV TV-10 Relay 5 kW (11.12 kW ERP) Sofronio Española, Palawan
ABS-CBN TV-11 Naga (Bicol) DZNC-TV TV-11 Originating 20 kW Panganiban Drive, Naga, Camarines Sur
ABS-CBN TV-4 Legazpi DZAE-TV TV-4 Relay 10 kW Mount Bariw, Estanza, Legazpi, Albay
ABS-CBN TV-10 Tabaco D-10-ZC-TV TV-10 Relay 1 kW Brgy. Tabaco, Tabaco
ABS-CBN TV-7 Catanduanes DZAC-TV TV-7 Relay 5 kW (10.21 kW ERP) Brgy. San Jose Poblacion, Virac, Catanduanes
ABS-CBN TV-7 Sorsogon DWAW-TV TV-7 Relay 5 kW (10.3 kW ERP) Brgy. Buenavista, Sorsogon City
ABS-CBN TV-10 Masbate DYME-TV TV-10 Affiliate 1 kW MCBC Broadcast Complex, Zurbito Street, Tugbo, Masbate City
ABS-CBN TV-10 Iloilo (Panay) DYAF-TV TV-10 Originating 10 kW (50 kW ERP) Brgy. Alaguisoc, Jordan, Guimaras under Iloilo City
ABS-CBN TV-9 Kalibo DYEZ-TV TV-9 Relay [3] 5 kW C. Laserna Street, Poblacion, Kalibo
ABS-CBN TV-4 Bacolod (Negros) DYXL-TV TV-4 Originating 10 kW Mt. Kanlandog, Murcia, Negros Occidental under Bacolod
ABS-CBN TV-12 Dumaguete DYMA-TV TV-12 Relay 30 kW Valencia, Negros Oriental under Dumaguete
ABS-CBN TV-3 Cebu (Central Visayas) DYCB-TV TV-3 Originating 100 kW (285,440 Watts ERP) Mt. Busay Hills, Brgy. Babag 2, Cebu City under Mandaue
ABS-CBN TV-9 Bohol D-9-YA-TV TV-9 Relay 1 kW Mt. Laco, Jagna
ABS-CBN TV-2 Tacloban (Eastern Visayas) DYAB-TV TV-2 Originating 5 kW (30 kW ERP) Mt. Naga-Naga, Tacloban; Under 5th Floor, Uytingkoc Bldg., Avenida Veteranos St.
ABS-CBN TV-7 Catbalogan DYSB-TV TV-7 Affiliate 1 kW Del Pilar Street, corner Garcia Ave, Catbalogan
ABS-CBN TV-10 Calbayog DYDI-TV TV-10 Affiliate 1 kW Calbayog
ABS-CBN TV-4 Cagayan de Oro (Northern Mindanao) DXCS-TV TV-4 Originating 30 kW ERP Macapagal Drive, Brgy. Bulua, Cagayan de Oro
ABS-CBN TV-2 Bukidnon D-2-XB-TV TV-2 Relay 1 kW (5 kW ERP) Mt. Kitanglad, Bukidnon
ABS-CBN TV-7 Ozamiz DXMT-TV TV-7 Affiliate 1 kW (5 kW ERP) Ozamiz
ABS-CBN TV-4 Iligan DXAG-TV TV-4 Relay 5 kW (8.1 kW ERP) Andres Bonafacio Avenue, Tibanga, Iligan
ABS-CBN TV-11 Butuan DXAJ-TV TV-11 Relay[4] 5 kW (7.82 kW ERP) Butuan
ABS-CBN TV-12 Surigao DXSJ-TV TV-12 Affiliate 1 kW (5.1 kW ERP) SJTIT Compound, Barangay Taft, Surigao City
ABS-CBN TV-4 Davao (Southern Mindanao) DXAS-TV TV-4 Originating 100 kW (285,440 Watts ERP) Shrine Hills, Matina, Davao City
ABS-CBN TV-3 General Santos (South Central Mindanao) DXZT-TV TV-3 Originating 40 kW ERP Brgy. City Heights, General Santos
ABS-CBN TV-5 Cotabato DXAI-TV TV-5 Relay[5] 10 kW (19.84 kW ERP) Cotabato City
ABS-CBN TV-9 Pagadian DXLM-TV TV-9 Affiliate 40 kW Mount Palpalan, Pagadian
ABS-CBN TV-3 Zamboanga (Western Mindanao) DXLL-TV TV-3 Originating 50 kW (285.44 kW ERP) San Jose Road, Zamboanga City
ABS-CBN TV-10 Jolo DXMM-TV TV-10 Affiliate 1 kW Jolo, Sulu
UHF
Branding Callsign Ch. # Station Type Power kW (ERP) Location (Transmitter Site)
ABS-CBN TV-34 Vigan DWBK-TV TV-34 Relay 1 kW Mt. Caniao, Bantay, Ilocos Sur
ABS-CBN TV-32 Dagupan^ DZRR-TV TV-32 Relay[6] 50 kW (508.03 kW ERP) Mt. Sto. Tomas, Tuba, Benguet under Dagupan
ABS-CBN TV-22 Baler DZBA-TV TV-22 Relay 1 kW Quezon Street, Barangay II, Baler, Aurora****
ABS-CBN TV-46 Pampanga^ DWIN-TV TV-46 Relay[7] 5 kW Brgy. Lara, San Fernando, Pampanga
ABS-CBN TV-40 Rizal DWAR-TV TV-40 Relay 1 kW Jalajala
ABS-CBN TV-24 Lucena DWEW-TV TV-24 Relay 1 kW (21.87 kW ERP) Maharlika Highway, Brgy. Kanlurang Mayao, Lucena****
ABS-CBN TV-46 San Pablo DWLY-TV TV-46 Relay 1 kW (11.99 kW ERP) San Pablo, Laguna
ABS-CBN TV-23 Daet DWRC-TV TV-23 Relay 1 kW (2.04 kW ERP) Vinzons Avenue, Daet****
ABS-CBN TV-21 Roxas DYRC-TV TV-21 Relay 1 kW Brgy. Milibili, Roxas, Capiz****
ABS-CBN TV-40 Bacolod DYAT-TV TV-40 Relay 1 kW Mt. Kanlandog, Murcia, Negros Occidental under Bacolod
ABS-CBN TV-42 Dipolog DXMG-TV TV-42 Relay 1 kW Dipolog****
ABS-CBN TV-24 Koronadal DXAR-TV TV-24 Relay 5 kW Koronadal****
^ Since July 2018, local programs are delivered from Manila via Channel 2; not becoming a relay station of TV-10 Iloilo.
^ Ran from July 2018 as a North Luzon sub-opt, with separate breakfast shows and local advertising; downgraded to a Baguio semi-satellite station from November 3, 2018
^ Since July 2018, but continues local advertising and short local bulletin opt-outs on weekdays until May 2019; became a Baguio semi-satellite station from May 20, 2019.
^ On January 5, 2022, the channel's frequency is assigned to Advanced Media Broadcasting System
Former Analog
  • Fully shut off its analog signal and migrated to digital.
Branding Callsign Ch. # Station Type Power kW (ERP) Location (Transmitter Site)
ABS-CBN TV-34 Bulacan DWBY-TV TV-34 Relay 500 Watts Cagayan Valley Road, Brgy. Vicente, San Miguel, Bulacan
ABS-CBN TV-34 Tarlac DWTC-TV TV-34 Relay 5 kW MacArthur Highway, St. Cristo, Tarlac City

Digital terrestrial

Branding Callsign Ch. # Frequency Power Area of Coverage
ABS-CBN Manila DWBM-TV 43**** (Digital Commercial Broadcast) 647.143 MHz 5 kW Metro Manila
DWWX-TV 16 (Digital Test Broadcast) 485.143 MHz
ABS-CBN Baguio D-3-ZO-TV 30 (Digital Test Broadcast) 569.143 MHz 10 kW Baguio
ABS-CBN Tarlac DWTC-TV 34 (Digital Test Broadcast) 593.143 MHz 5 kW Tarlac City
ABS-CBN Pampanga DWIN-TV 34 (Digital Test Broadcast) 593.143 MHz 5 kW San Fernando, Pampanga
ABS-CBN Batangas DZAD-TV 40 (Digital Test Broadcast) 629.143 MHz 10 kW Batangas City
ABS-CBN San Pablo DWLY-TV 38 (Digital Test Broadcast) 617.143 MHz 5 kW San Pablo, Laguna
ABS-CBN Iloilo DYAF-TV 25 (Digital Test Broadcast) 539.143 MHz 10 kW Iloilo City
ABS-CBN Bacolod DYXL-TV 22**** (Digital Test Broadcast) 521.143 MHz 10 kW Bacolod
ABS-CBN Cebu DYCB-TV 37 (Digital Test Broadcast) 611.143 MHz 10 kW Cebu City
36 (Digital Test Broadcast) 605.143 MHz
ABS-CBN Cagayan de Oro DXCS-TV 40 (Digital Test Broadcast) 629.143 MHz 5 kW Cagayan de Oro
22 (Digital Test Broadcast) 521.143 MHz
ABS-CBN Davao DXAS-TV 35 (Digital Test Broadcast) 599.143 MHz 5 kW Davao City

S+A

Branding Callsign Ch. # Station Type Power kW (ERP) Location (Transmitter Site)
S+A TV-23 Manila DWAC-TV TV-23 Originating 50 kW (10,000 kW ERP) Metro Manila**
S+A TV-23 Laoag DWLC-TV TV-23 Relay 1 kW (11.25 kW ERP) Laoag****
S+A TV-23 Isabela DWWA-TV TV-23 Relay 1 kW Santiago, Isabela****
S+A TV-23 Botolan DWAM-TV TV-23 Relay 0.1 kW (3.998 kW ERP) Botolan****
S+A TV-24 Olongapo DWAS-TV TV-24 Relay 1 kW (8.94 kW ERP) Olongapo****
S+A TV-36 Batangas DWJR-TV TV-36 Relay 5 kW (11.25 kW ERP) Batangas City****
S+A TV-23 Palawan DZEL-TV TV-23 Relay 5 kW (8.62 kW ERP) Puerto Princesa****
S+A TV-24 Naga DWMC-TV TV-24 Relay 10 kW (215.05 kW ERP) Naga, Camarines Sur****
S+A TV-23 Legazpi DWBR-TV TV-23 Relay 5 kW (20 kW ERP) Legazpi, Albay***
S+A TV-23 Kalibo DYCG-TV TV-23 Relay 5 kW (8.45 kW ERP) Kalibo****
S+A TV-38 Iloilo DYAJ-TV TV-38 Relay 5 kW (29.11 kW ERP) Iloilo City**
S+A TV-24 Dumaguete DYEL-TV TV-24 Relay 10 kW (88.43 kW ERP) Valencia, Negros Oriental****
S+A TV-23 Cebu DYAC-TV TV-23 Relay 10 kW (138.70 kW ERP) Cebu City****
S+A TV-40 Bohol DYAD-TV TV-40 Relay 5 kW (11.25 kW ERP) Jagna****
S+A TV-24 Tacloban DY__-TV TV-24 Relay 5 kW (10 kW ERP) Tacloban***
S+A TV-23 Cagayan de Oro DXEC-TV TV-23 Relay 5 kW ERP Cagayan de Oro****
S+A TV-26 Iligan DXAM-TV TV-26 Relay 5 kW (19.7 kW ERP) Iligan****
S+A TV-22 Butuan DXBR-TV TV-22 Relay 5 kW (1.05 kW ERP) Butuan****
S+A TV-23 Surigao DX__-TV TV-23 Relay 1 kW (4.5 kW ERP) Surigao City***
S+A TV-21 Davao DXAB-TV TV-21 Relay 10 kW (188.16 kW ERP) Davao City****
S+A TV-36 General Santos DXAC-TV TV-36 Relay 10 kW (215 kW ERP) General Santos****
S+A TV-23 Cotabato DX__-TV TV-23 Relay 5 kW (9.84 kW ERP) Cotabato City***
S+A TV-23 Zamboanga DXFH-TV TV-23 Relay 10 kW (215.05 kW ERP) Zamboanga City****
  • * Co-located with VHF TV stations; ** Owned by ABS-CBN; *** With pending application with the NTC; **** Owned by AMCARA.

Former Analog

  • Fully shut off its analog signal and migrated to digital.
Branding Callsign Ch. # Station Type Power kW (ERP) Location (Transmitter Site)
S+A TV-30 Baguio DWEC-TV TV-30 Relay 5 kW (10,000 kW ERP) Baguio****
S+A TV-22 Bacolod DYEC-TV TV-22 Relay 10 kW (360.34 kW ERP) Bacolod****

Pay Television Channels

(* operated by Creative Programs)

Direct-to-home/Satellite broadcast networks

Radio stations

Radyo Patrol
TypeBroadcast AM Radio Network
BrandingRadyo Patrol
Country
AvailabilityDefunct
Founded1986; 36 years ago (1986)
ParentABS-CBN Corporation
DissolvedMay 5, 2020; 2 years ago (2020-05-05)

AM radio network (Radyo Patrol)

Branding Callsign Frequency Power (kw) Location
DZMM Radyo Patrol 630 Manila DZMM-AM 630 kHz 50 kW Metro Manila
DYAP Radyo Patrol 765 Palawan DYAP-AM 765 kHz 5 kW Puerto Princesa (Mimaropa)
DYAB Radyo Patrol 1512 Cebu DYAB-AM 1512 kHz 10 kW Metro Cebu Mandaue (Central Visayas)
DXAB Radyo Patrol 1296 Davao DXAB-AM 1296 kHz 10 kW Metro Davao (Southern Mindanao)

FM radio network (MOR Entertainment)

Branding Callsign Frequency Power (kW) Location
MOR 101.9 My Only Radio Manila DWRR-FM 101.9 MHz 22.5 kW Metro Manila
MOR 103.1 My Only Radio Baguio DZRR-FM 103.1 MHz 5 kW Baguio
MOR 94.3 My Only Radio Dagupan DWEC-FM 94.3 MHz 10 kW Dagupan
MOR 95.5 My Only Radio Laoag DWEL-FM 95.5 MHz 5 kW Laoag
MOR 91.3 My Only Radio Isabela DWBA-FM 91.3 MHz 5 kW Santiago, Isabela

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MOR 93.5 My Only Radio Naga DWAC-FM 93.5 MHz 10 kW Naga
MOR 93.9 My Only Radio Legazpi DWRD-FM 93.9 MHz 5 kW Legazpi
MOR 99.9 My Only Radio Puerto Princesa DYCU-FM 99.9 MHz 5 kW Puerto Princesa
MOR 91.1 My Only Radio Iloilo DYMC-FM 91.1 MHz 10 kW Iloilo City
MOR 101.5 My Only Radio Bacolod DYOO-FM 101.5 MHz 10 kW Bacolod
MOR 97.1 My Only Radio Cebu DYLS-FM 97.1 MHz 20 kW Metro Cebu
MOR 94.3 My Only Radio Tacloban DYTC-FM 94.3 MHz 10 kW Tacloban
MOR 95.1 My Only Radio Cotabato DXPS-FM 95.1 MHz 10 kW Cotabato City
MOR 98.7 My Only Radio Zamboanga DXFH-FM 98.7 MHz 10 kW Zamboanga City
MOR 91.9 My Only Radio Cagayan de Oro DXEC-FM 91.9 MHz 10 kW Cagayan de Oro
MOR 101.1 My Only Radio Davao DXRR-FM 101.1 MHz 10 kW Metro Davao
MOR 92.7 My Only Radio General Santos DXBC-FM 92.7 MHz 2 kW General Santos
  • ^ Relay from MOR 103.1 For Life! Baguio.

See also

References

  1. ^ "12 regional 'TV Patrol' programs to air final newscasts on August 28". ABS-CBN News. August 26, 2020.
  2. ^ "Historic goodbyes from ABS-CBN Regional". The Manila Times. August 28, 2020.
  3. ^ "TV Patrol's regional stations, ABS-CBN reporters bid goodbye after years in public service". Interaksyon. August 28, 2020.