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    ABS–CBN Corporation (PSE: ABS and ABSP) is a Philippine-based media conglomerate with interests primarily in television, radio broadcasting and motion picture production. The conglomerate was the merger of ABS (Alto Broadcasting System) which at that time owned by James Lindenberg and Antonio Quirino and the Lopez owned CBN (Chronicle Broadcasting Network). It is the Philippines' largest media and entertainment conglomerate. It was founded on June 13, 1946 as Bolinao Electronics Corporation (BEC) by James Lindenberg and it was incorporated as ABS-CBN Broadcasting Corporation in February 1, 1967. The corporate name was changed to ABS–CBN Corporation, after dropping the broadcasting name in August 18, 2010. It is now a publicly traded company in the Philippine Stock Exchange. In 1953 it became the second commercial television broadcaster in Asia, after the NHK of Japan, and the first in the Philippines and Southeast Asia.

 

    ABS–CBN Corporation broadcasts a variety of programming through its VHF terrestrial television station ABS-CBN 2 Manila. These programs include news and current affairs, Philippine drama, sitcom, foreign shows, entertainment news and talk shows, game shows, educational shows, as well as reality and variety shows.

 

    The company also broadcast in different channels that also have specialized programs aimed at different audiences. From time to time, these channels of ABS-CBN produce and broadcast television specials such as regional festivals, concerts, cultural events, and sports events.

 

    Most of the network's programs are produced at the network's broadcast complex in Quezon City. The network's main broadcast facilities, news headquarters, transmitter and satellite operations and studio complex are located at the ABS-CBN Broadcasting Complex at Sgt. Esguerra Ave., Mother Ignacia St., Barangay Laging Handa, Diliman, Quezon City.

 

    Aside from its flagship terrestrial network ABS-CBN 2 Manila, ABS-CBN broadcasts to many predominantly Filipino people in the Middle East, United States, Europe, Australia and several other countries via The Filipino Channel or TFC. The network has also diversified into film (Star Cinema – ABS-CBN Film Productions, Inc.), music recording (Star Records), publishing (ABS-CBN Publishing), and interactive media (ABS-CBN Interactive). In August 2008 it inked a deal with Sorenson Pacific Broadcasting to broadcast news and other content from the network and its sister channels to its television and radio broadcasting properties in Guam and The CNMI. Former ABS-CBN president Eugenio Lopez III became chairman of the network since 1996.

 

    The network has also introduced its second terrestrial channel, Studio 23 (UHF band) in 1996, as well as cable channels MYX (a music channel), ABS-CBN News Channel (a cable news channel), CinemaOne Global/Cinema One (a cable movie channel), the Lifestyle Network (home and lifestyle channel), Pinoy Central TV (regionally produced shows). This channel was replaced by Kapamilya Channel, Hero (the country's first Tagalog-dubbed anime channel, ANIMAX's only known competitor in Southeast Asia), DZMM TeleRadyo (the country's first interactive TV on Radio) and Knowledge Channel (all educational channel). Recently in the first quarter of 2008 three additional cable channels namely Balls (Sports Channel), Velvet (women's Channel) and Maxxx (all men focus channel). The network's radio stations include DZMM 630 kHz (AM-Manila), DWRR 101.9 (FM-Manila), and My Only Radio regional FM stations.

 

    ABS-CBN has established regional stations and news bureaus to handle operations in different areas throughout the Philippines. It also broadcasts to locations all over the world via The Filipino Channel, managed by ABS-CBN International. Shows are also available for live viewing and subscription via the Internet through ABS-CBN Interactive's TFCnow! service.

 

    ABS-CBN affirms its social responsibility in its slogan, "In the Service of the Filipino", and through the work of ABS-CBN Foundation. Through multimedia, the foundation has delivered E-TV (Educational Television) VCDs to hundreds of public schools in the country that benefitted students. The foundation is also the umbrella organization of such foundations such as the Knowledge Channel (KCh) Foundation, Bantay Bata (Children's Watch), Bantay Kalikasan (Environment Watch), and ABS-CBN Bayan Foundation (formerly, ABS-CBN Bayan MicroFinance).

 

 

The Kapamilya network

 

    In 2003, during the television station's 50th anniversary, ABS-CBN launched its present slogan, "Kapamilya" (literally means "a member of the family").

 

    Its international unit ABS-CBN Global Ltd. plans to undertake an initial public offering (IPO) the following year and might list on the Singapore Stock Exchange to help finance its expansion plans.

 

    The network celebrated its golden anniversary in 2003. The network held its Kapamilya Homecoming, which gathered over 4,000 former employees and talents for a grand reunion at ABS-CBN’s compound in Bohol Avenue, Quezon City. The network also launched a promo called "Treasure Hunt", where the people were invited to bring their oldest television, radio sets, microphones, and posters. The network also celebrated its 16th year reign in the TV ratings, with 13 of their shows included in the Top 15 daily programs in TV. ABS-CBN also launched new shows such as the then phenomenal Meteor Garden etc. The company also did a nationwide caravan, showcasing the network's talents.

 

    On October 2003, the network held a month-long celebration of ABS-CBN and Philippine TV's 50th year. The station produced two commemorative documentaries about the station's contribution in news and entertainment. Sa Mata ng Balita encapsulated some of the most unforgettable, most remarkable, and most celebrated landmarks of the last 50 years as captured by television news. 50 Taong Ligawan: The Pinoy TV History, on the other hand, was the first extensive television documentary done about the history of Philippine Television and the evolution of Philippine entertainment. For the celebration's finale, the broadcasting giant capped its 50th anniversary with a spectacular extravaganza dubbed as Kapamilya: ABS-CBN at 50, held at the Philippine International Convention Center (PICC) in Pasay City. It was hailed as one of the biggest media events of the year. The Lopez-led network rolled out the red carpet to welcome its high-profile guests from the business, advertising and media sectors, politics, members of the diplomatic community, with many of the society’s luminaries and glitterati. Valued friends and supporters of the network throughout the five decades also attended the grand affair. The network's official 50 Years station id won an Award for Excellence in the 2004 Golden Quill Festival.

 

    On November 7, 2006, ABS-CBN unveiled its flagship coffeetable book, "Kapitan: Geny Lopez and the Making of ABS-CBN." The 453-page book chronicles the hardships and odds that the network founder had to face, as well as the achievements and contributions of ABS-CBN in Philippine Television history. The book won various awards, including Best Biography/Autobiography in the 26th National Book Awards, and a merit award in the publications category of the 2007 Gold Quill Awards.

 

    On September 29, 2007, ABS-CBN acquired the exclusive rights to the whole movie library of the late Fernando Poe, Jr., after Susan Roces signed the contract. ABS-CBN Chairman Eugenio Lopez III, Cory Vidanes, Senior Vice President of TVP Production (currently the Channel 2 Head), and Poe’s daughter Grace Poe-Llamanzares were present.

 

 

ABS-CBN 55 years

 

    In 2008, ABS-CBN celebrated their 55th year in television. For the first time in Philippine TV History, ABS-CBN started the year by launching three primetime shows namely Lobo, Palos and Kung Fu Kids last January 28, 2008. ABS-CBN also launched Walang Iwanan sa BayaniJuan on June 12, 2008 in coincidence with the celebration of 110th Philippine Independence.

 

    On April 26, 2009, ABS-CBN is the only media organization to be cited as one of the country's top 15 listed companies in corporate governance, as shown by an annual survey of the Institute of Corporate Directors (ICD). It is the only media company to garner a score of 90 percent or higher in the 2008 Corporate Governance Scorecard, a survey of corporate governance practices among 172 publicly listed companies in the country.

 

    ABS-CBN Broadcast Center (or ABS-CBN Broadcasting Complex) is located on Sargent Esguerra, corner Mother Ignacia Street, Barangay Laging Handa, Diliman, Quezon City. Situated on 14"38' N and 121"02' E and built in 1968. The complex contains Studio 1, now known as the Dolphy Theatre, which is one of the oldest studios of ABS-CBN. Studio 2, also one of the oldest, is one of the three permanent set-up studios of ABS-CBN, where the morning talent variety show Showtime. Studio 3 is home to the noontime variety show Happy Yipee Yehey. Studios 4, 9, 11 and 12 are temporary studio set-ups, where the props are dismantled after the show. Studio 5 is home to The Buzz while Studio 8 is the home to Entertainment Live, weekly showbiz oriented talk shows. ABS-CBN's news programs permanently use Studios 6 and 7. Studio 6 houses programs of the ABS-CBN News Channel, while ABS-CBN flagship news shows TV Patrol, Bandila, and News Patrol air from Studio 7. Studio 10 is home of Sunday programs such as the afternoon musical variety show, ASAP Rocks and the lifestyle program Rated K.

 

 

Eugenio Lopez, Jr. Communications Center

 

    Also inside the ABS-CBN complex is the Eugenio Lopez, Jr. Communications Center (ELJCC). It is named after the late Eugenio Lopez, Jr.. It was constructed in 2000. On November 4, 2010, which would have been Geny Lopez' 82nd birthday, Pres. Noynoy Aquino and other Philippine politicians participated in the building's dedication ceremony. Kapamilya Film Vaults, ABS-CBN's cinema library, which the Philippine Inquirer describes as the "de facto National Archives" for cinema of the Philippines, has been located in the basement of ELJCC since 2003. Out of the estimated 8,000 films created since the birth of the Philippine cinema industry, an estimated 5,000 have been lost; of the remaining 3,000, Kapamilya holds 2,500, or 5/6 of the total.

 

    The building is listed as an approved IT Center by the Philippine Economic Zone Authority, making export-oriented companies located therein eligible for temporary tax holiday, permanent reduced rate of corporate income tax, and other incentives. It gained this approval in February 2003; however ABS-CBN itself does not receive PEZA tax benefit from this status.

 

 

ABS-CBN News and Current Affairs

 

    After the 1986 EDSA Revolution, the network was first to air a newscast and current affairs show, namely TV Patrol and Probe. The network's news organization suffered from credibility issues, including its alleged partiality in various political issues and the involvement of its former news anchors and network chairman in the political arena. Based on the latest Pulse Asia Survey, ABS-CBN News was the most trusted news station garnering 68 points against its rival network GMA Network, garnering 60 points.

 

    At present, the news organization is headed by former North America Bureau Chief Ging Reyes. Former head Maria Ressa introduced major organizational changes and reforms, including the drafting of Code of Ethics that is very much benchmarked on international standards. The new Code of Ethics served as the Bible of all the members of the news organization.

 

    ABS-CBN also owns the ABS-CBN News Channel (ANC), a 24-hour cable news channel in the Philippines.

 

 

ABS-CBN Regional Network Group

 

    The ABS-CBN Regional Network Group is the provincial network of ABS-CBN. It is responsible for simultaneously airing most of the shows seen on ABS-CBN's flagship station in the provinces. The ABS-CBN Regional Network Group has several stations in each region outside Mega Manila to ensure nationwide coverage. The local stations also produce their own newscasts which air prior to TV Patrol and other local programming which air on Sundays. ABS-CBN Regional Network Group (RNG) glorified its roots while reaching out wider audience in 2007, consistently building on local content and developing infrastructure to deliver better service and cement its position as the top-rating regional network in the country. RNG's journey of innovation reached Filipinos through the network's 43 TV and 16 radio stations, and even went the extra mile to cross the oceans and touch OFW's everywhere. Regional versions of favorite TV shows were created, enabling ABS-CBN to reach out and connect with wider audiences worldwide. The launch of the local game show Kapamilya Winner Ka! in Visayas and Mindanao. Gandang Umaga, Pilipinas in Northern Luzon, and the 17th local TV Patrol in Southern Tagalog (Region IV-A & IV-B), provided more relevance to regional audiences.

 

 

Digital television

 

    ABS-CBN applied for a digital television-terrestrial service (DTT) license from the National Telecommunications Commission. Digital Television in the Philippines once utilized the DVB-T standard utilized in most of Europe. The Dutch company Impeq Technologies is one of ABS-CBN's consultants in the digital transition. The network planned to also supply DTV boxes in areas where signal reception of Channel 2 is weak. Areas such as Valenzuela, Bulacan, Rizal, Cavite and Laguna are the potential market for the DTV set-top boxes. The Metro Manila market will receive DWWX-TV and DWAC-TV and the company's six other cable channels on the digital platform. The National Telecommunications Commission will be giving television broadcast companies until December 31, 2015, to fully convert from analog to digital technology, in line with the worldwide shift towards the use of DTT in broadcasting.

 

    The network is expected to spend ₱1 billion a year for Digital TV in the next five years to cover a big part of the country. Tracing back the network's history on digital TV, the company was slated to begin broadcasting digital television last January 2008, although it has been presumably delayed since there were no announcement during the entire month of January that the signal is now digitized. Since there is no definite standard for the Philippines, which will be chosen by the regulatory bodies, ABS-CBN still didn't officially release news about DTV. But in November 2010, ABS-CBN is expected to begin its digital broadcasting to be rolled out in 17 cities in Metro Manila, in Bulacan and in Pampanga, but this was on hold due to the instance of lacking implementation of rules and regulations.

 

    The National Telecommunications Commission chose Japanese DTV standard ISDB-T as the Philippines' digital TV broadcasting standard last June 11, 2010. ABS-CBN will be using UHF Channel 35 (596–602 MHz) for the ISDB-T, previously UHF Channel 51 (692–698 MHz) from their DVB-T testing.

 

    This 2011, ABS-CBN ups ante on ISDB-T digital broadcast as they will have its nationwide digital terrestrial television rollout, the first in the country. It will incorporate P 5 billion to implement the chosen DTV standard over the next five years. Based on some informants, ABS-CBN is currently testing its digital TV again on various subdivisions in Bulacan and Pampanga. Channels include ABS-CBN and Studio 23 including non ABS-CBN channels like Gem TV and NBN 4.

 

    A month before the Technical Working Group is slated to start the Implementing Rules and Regulations (IRR) for the ISDB-T, rival station GMA Network said the government should reconsider its decision to pick the Japanese standard for the country’s switch to digital television in 2015, saying a new European standard was better. According to him, “[For] the Integrated Services Digital Broadcasting-Terrestrial ISDB-T standard [of Japan] and the old DVB standards, it can be said that either one is superior over the other in some respects. But with the DVB-T2, the difference in quality is significant. With the emergence of the DVB-T2, there is a hope that the standard chosen by the NTC will be reviewed." But still, the National Telecommunications Commission sticked with the Japanese standard ISDB-T which will now be ready to implement the rules for digital terrestrial television this coming June 2011.

 

    Just this April 4, ABS-CBN announced its launching of its Digital Television this year. The network also announced its intention to sell ISDB-T set top boxes, which they tagged DTV Digibox for just a price of a low-cost DVD (ranging from P1000-P3000). This includes the available digital free TV channels of ABS-CBN, Studio 23, GEM HD Channel 49 and NBN Channel 4, addendum with five new premium channels which are exclusive for digital terrestrial TV subscribers only. According to Miguel Mercado, ABS-CBN DTV Head of Marketing, viewers need not wait long because ABS-CBN is ready to launch DTV operations within the year. He said the company is just waiting for the final go-signal from the National Telecommunications Commission (NTC) but will market it by June or July this year. Since ISDB-T has its fixed and mobile DTV receptions, ABS-CBN also targets in 1seg capability for mobile phones and portable TV devices but for now, households with fixed TV sets will experience first the benefits of digital television.

 

 

HD and Tapeless

 

    On April 19, 2009, ABS-CBN announced its intention to acquire 24 Sony HDC-1400R HD portable studio cameras which cost a total of $1.56 million. ABS-CBN is upgrading its studio facility at Quezon City, north of Manila, from SD to HD.

 

    ABS-CBN Sports produced the first nationally produced true high definition program, which was the UAAP season 72 a test broadcast of Filipino collegiate basketball games on the network's Balls HD (SkyCable Channel 166) channel. It, along with the NCAA games can be seen on SkyCable HD. This marked the first live HD broadcast of a locally produced program in Philippine television history.

 

    In the early 2008, ABS-CBN is the first media company in Asia that recognized the Tapeless Technology that provided the company a 100% non-linear post production workflow and wireless access on remote areas via media access management system. ABS-CBN also uses its 3 Sky Patrol Eurocopter AS355 news chopper fleet for live breaking news, 2 of the news helicopters are capable of transmitting HD live feed from its 5 axis gimbal HD Camera mounted on the nose of the aircraft.

 

 

 

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