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2022 (unveiling) 2022 2022–2023 2023–2024 2024–present
2022 (unveiling) 2022 2022–2023 2023–2024 2024–present

ALLTV is a Philippine free-to-air broadcast television network based in Mandaluyong, with its broadcast facilties and studios located at Starmall EDSA Shaw and its transmitter called as the Millennium Transmitter located in Quezon City.

ALLTV's flagship television station is DZMV-TV which carries the VHF Channel 2 (analog broadcast) and UHF Channel 16 (digital broadcast), previously used by ABS-CBN under DWWX-TV after its broadcast franchise lapsed in 2020. ALLTV was also being broadcast as one of the digital subchannels of BEAM TV for nationwide viewers.

AMBS 2[]

2022 (unveiling)[]

AMBS-2-Jun-25-2022.svg
Designer:  Unknown
Typography:  Nexa
Avenir
Launched:  June 25, 2022 (reveal)

On June 25, 2022, AMBS 2 began its test broadcast.

2022[]

AMBS 2 (2022)
Designer:  Unknown
Typography:  Nexa
Avenir
Launched:  June 28, 2022

ALLTV[]

2022–present[]

2022–2023[]

ALLTV 2022 Logo
Designer:  Unknown
Typography:  Brandon Grotesque
Brandon Text
Launched:  September 2, 2022 (logo reveal)
September 13, 2022 (soft launch)

On September 1, 2022, Wowowin host Willie Revillame announced that the TV station of AMBS will be named as ALLTV. Initially slated for October 1, the station made its soft launch on September 13, 2022, with plans of expanding it nationwide at the soonest possible time; the grand launch took place on May 13, 2024.

2023–2024[]

ALLTV (2023)
Designer:  Unknown
Typography:  Brandon Grotesque
Brandon Text
Launched:  February 2, 2023 (official)

2024–present[]

ALLTV (Philippines) (2024)
Designer:  Unknown
Typography:  Brandon Grotesque
Brandon Text
Launched:  May 1, 2024

Following the contract signing event involving its blocktime agreement with ABS-CBN for broadcast of selected programs such as TV Patrol and Jeepney TV sa ALLTV block in April 2024, ALLTV removed the circles from its logo.

External links[]

ABS-CBN (1986–2020)
ALLTV (Philippines)
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