IBC (Intercontinental Broadcasting Corporation) formerly as Inter-Island Broadcasting Corporation from 1959 until 1975, is a TV and radio network in the Philippines owned by the Government Communications Group under the Presidential Communications Operations Office (PCOO). It was the sister station of current government owned and controlled RPN. IBC, along with sister media companies PTV and Philippine Broadcasting Service (PBS) forms the media arm of the PCOO.
IBC 13 (first era)
Inter-Island Broadcasting Corporation was established in October 1959 when DZTV Channel 13 in Manila went its test broadcast. On March 1, 1960 at 6:30pm, DZTV-TV 13 was finally launched and it became as the third television station in the country. Its original location was at the corner of P. Guevarra St.
IBC 13 (second era)
In 2003, IBC received a new logo. The logo is now in Bank Gothic separating in the RGB box. There is a satellite or frisbee in the letter I.
It look like CBN 1950s logo.
Intercontinental Broadcasting Corporation
Analog and Digital TV stations in Metro/Mega Manila, Philippines
Digital television stations
Inactive digital television stations
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Aliw (DWIZ 882 | 97.9 Home Radio) | Bombo Radyo (102.7 Star FM) | MBC (DZRH | Cebu (Love Radio) | Easy Rock | Pacific (Aksyon Radyo and Yes the Best) | (Radyo Natin FM) | PBC (UNTV) (Radyo La Verdad 1350 | Wish 107.5) | Quest (Magic 89.9) | Radio GMA Network (Super Radyo DZBB 594 | Barangay LS 97.1) | RMN (DZXL 558 | 93.9 iFM) | RBN (DZRJ 810 AM Radyo Bandido | 100.3 RJFM) | TV5 Radio/NBC (Radyo5 92.3 News FM) | UBS (106.7 Energy FM)
Government Communications Group | Presidential Communications Operations Office | Philippine Information Agency | Philippine News Agency (News and Information Bureau) | Bureau of Communication Services | National Printing Office | APO Production Unit
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