- 1 1969–1975
- 2 1975–1977
- 3 1977–1980
- 4 1980–1982
- 5 1982–1989
- 6 1989–1994
- 7 1994–1995
- 8 1995–present
- 9 Affiliate networks
On October 15, 1969, KBS started operating a TV network with two stations: Channel 9 in Manila and Channel 12 in Baguio. KBS launched this logo in conjunction with the start of KBS' TV operations. The logo also had a second version in which the logo was joined by the text "Accucolor" (filled with multiple colors) for its first TV slogan, "Accucolor 9" (used to promote KBS as the first TV network in the Philippines to broadcast in full color). The logo consisted of the KBS logo in a number 9 shape with straight lines, boxed in a rectangle.
In 1975, KBS was relaunched as RPN or the Radio Philippines Network. Its first logo is an RGB-colored eye with the text "RPN" in lowercase placed on the center of the eye. The number 9 shape used from 1969 was discontinued but was returned the following year. This logo also resembles the CBS eyemark from the U.S.
In 1980, RPN unveiled a new logo which was a half-circle resembling an antenna, forming the letters RPN, and RGB beams. The number 9 shape was again retained and was used until 1982.
This logo also somewhat resembles the iconic logo used by ABS-CBN.
In 1982, RPN overhauled its logo again. This time, the logo was a red box with the name RPN in Peignot font inside it (the logo resembles a satellite antenna; this was used in conjunction with the start of RPN's broadcast via Domestic Satellite (DOMSAT) technology). The logo was joined by RPN's "The Leader" slogan (to promote RPN as the number one TV network during that time), and a completely overhauled number 9 shape using "nautilus shell". The box was used again in 1995.
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In 1989, RPN relaunched as New Vision 9 (despite the relaunch, the RPN name was retained as the network's corporate name). The logo consisted of a golden globe with a number 9 (resembling the number 9 on its previous logo) carved on it, and the text "NEW VISION".
In 1994, New Vision 9 reverted back to RPN 9. The network did not use the 1980 logo, however, and used a new logo, which consisted of a globe with a red-blue gradient-colored ring and the words "RPN" and "THE NETWORK", representing RPN's slogan during that time: "RPN: The Network". The logo was discontinued in 1995 in favor of returning the 1982 box logo.
After 13 years, in 1995, the 1982 logo finally returned as the logo of the network (this time, without the number 9, and a different slogan entitled "Your Friendly Network"). It is currently RPN's longest-lived logo.
On April 4, 2003, the logo was on a 3D version that also used in "Moving Ahead" station ID and on-screen bug from 2003 to 2008.
On January 1, 2008, C/S was aired on RPN (Free TV).
On October 4, 2008, C/S rebranded as C/S 9 until November 28, 2009.
The channel launched on November 29, 2009, at 11am with a slogan It's A Bright New World on RPN. On October 31, 2010, it changed some of its programming content to English/Tagalog with a new slogan Kung Saan Lahat Panalo!. It ended its broadcast on February 25, 2011, as Solar Entertainment buys RPN and programming of ETC was transferred to RPN but will remain as a corporate brand of the television arm subsidiary of Solar (now a subsidiary of ALC Group of Companies since August 23, 2014).
Solar News Channel
On October 30, 2012, Talk TV ceased broadcasting and it was rebranded as Solar News Channel. On November 30, 2013, Solar News Channel moved to RPN-9 while ETC returned to SBN-21.
On August 23, 2014, Solar News Channel ceased broadcasting and it was rebranded again as 9TV.
On March 16, 2015, 9TV ceased broadcasting after almost 7 months and it was rebranded again as CNN Philippines.
Analog and Digital TV stations in Metro/Mega Manila, Philippines
Digital television stations
Inactive digital television stations
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Former radio stations:
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