- 1 DZRH-TV
- 2 DWXI-TV
- 3 DZOE-TV
- 4 Affilate Networks
- 4.1 CNBC Asia era
- 4.2 GMA/Citynet era
- 4.3 A2Z era
- 5 See also
Originally signed on the air as DZRH-TV on April 11, 1962, on channel 11, the last of the VHF assignments in Metro Manila. It was a general entertainment formatted channel until Metrocom forces forced the TV station along with DZRH AM 650 and other assets to cease operations in the wake of the declaration of Martial Law. The status of the pre-Martial law program archives of TV 11 is unknown.
Main article: DBS-11
After the People Power Revolution, MBC attempted channel 11 frequency to bring it back on the air; however, in 1992, the NTC disqualified them for a VHF frequency application because the agency found MBC as they are "not legally, technically and financially qualified to operate the station." As a result, the channel 11 frequency license was eventually acquired by El Shaddai-led Delta Broadcasting System, Inc. in 1995, with the frequency's new callsign DWXI-TV. DBS later moved to channel 35, when ZOE Broadcasting Network (through its head Jesus Is Lord Church leader Brother Eddie Villanueva) bought the channel 11 spot from DBS in 1998 and became the present DZOE-TV.
DBS later moved to UHF channel 35, when ZOE Broadcasting Network (through its head Jesus Is Lord Church leader Brother Eddie Villanueva) bought the channel 11 spot from DBS in 1998 and became the present DZOE-TV. It is now Silent.
June 22-October 5, 2020 (Analog Channel 11 simulcast)
After its one year of inactivity, on June 22, 2020, ZOE Broadcasting Network managed to resume VHF 11 on the air and started carrying over Light TV which previously aired on UHF 33 (its sister station before it became digital in 2017) until it was replaced by A2Z in October 5, 2020.
CNBC Asia era
On November 11, 2005, it was officially launched as QTV (Quality Television) were Programming would return to DWDB-TV Channel 27 as the channel became a translator of DZOE Channel 11 (until 2007)—which served as the flagship for GMA's new national network.
Q broadcasts from November 11, 2005, to February 20, 2011.
On March 18, 2007, QTV renamed as Q
GMA News TV
Q was rebranded as GMA News TV. It is launched on February 28, 2011.
On April 24, 2019, GMA/Citynet announced that it will terminate its block time agreement with ZOE Broadcasting Network by the end of May 2019. While ZOE already operates digital television station Light TV 33, it is reported that Channel 11 will be utilized to simulcast Light TV after the termination of the agreement. GMA News TV Manila, on the other hand, will transfer to DWDB-TV Channel 27 by June 4, 2019.
On October 6, 2020, ABS-CBN through its news website ABS-CBN News confirmed the rumors of the possible blocktime deal with ZOE TV. It is slated to air ABS-CBN shows and movies starting October 10.
Analog and Digital TV stations in Metro/Mega Manila, Philippines
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