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1974–1977 (primary), 1977–1979 (secondary) 1977–1979 1979–1980 1980–1986 1981–1985 1983–1986 1986
1974–1977 (primary), 1977–1979 (secondary) 1977–1979 1979–1980 1980–1986 1981–1985 1983–1986 1986
1986–1989 1989–1995 1995–1998 1998–2000 2000–2001 2001–2012 2003–2005
1986–1989 1989–1995 1995–1998 1998–2000 2000–2001 2001–2012 2003–2005
2007–2012 2011–2012 2012 2012–2017 2017 2017–present
2007–2012 2011–2012 2012 2012–2017 2017 2017–present

The People's Television Network (PTV), formerly known as Government Television (GTV) from February 2, 1974 until 1980, Maharlika Broadcasting System (MBS) from 1980 until February 24, 1986, New TV 4 from February 24 until April 1986, and National Broadcasting Network (NBN) from July 16, 2001 until January 8, 2012, is the flagship public television network owned by the government of the Philippines. PTV is the main brand of PTNI (People's Television Network, Inc.), one of the attached agencies under the Presidential Communications Office (PCO). PTV is along with sister media companies RPN and IBC as well as radio network Presidental Broadcasting Service (PBS).

Government Television[]

1974–1977 (primary), 1977–1979 (secondary)[]

GTV-4

In 1974, during the Martial Law era and Ferdinand Marcos' administration/regime, Government Television (GTV) started its broadcast under the Philippine Government though National Media Production Center (NMPC). The network began its telecast on Channel 4, a channel formerly owned by ABS-CBN which was shutdown on the start of Martial Law on September 23, 1972. Not to be confused with GTV Channel 27, formerly known as GMA News TV.

1977–1979[]

People's Television Network 1977
Designer:  Unknown
Typography:  Unknown
Launched:  1977

1979–1980[]

GTV 4 Color Logo 1979

Note: CNDE means Citizen's Network for Developmental Entertainment

Maharlika Broadcasting System[]

1980–1986[]

Maharlika-Broadcasting-System-Logo-1980-MBS4
Designer:  Unknown
Typography:  Friz Quadratta TT
Launched:  1980

In 1980, GTV-4 was rebranded as Maharlika Broadcasting System (MBS). It also switched into full color television broadcast, the last on Philippine television. The name change was part of the ultilization of the word "Maharlika" by Marcos during Martial Law era.

1981–1985[]

MBS 4 1983
Designer:  Unknown
Typography:  Unknown
Launched:  1981

1983–1986[]

DWGT (1985-1986)

This logo is similar to the one formerly used by ABC affiliate KITV in Honolulu.

New TV 4[]

1986[]

People's Television Network 1986
Designer:  Unknown
Typography:  Neue Haas Grotesk
Launched:  February 1986

On February 24, 1986 during the penultimate day of the EDSA People Power Revolution, Maharlika Broadcasting System was captured and went off air by the rebels who were supporters of Marcos' rival, Corazon Aquino during the broadcast of President Marcos who stated that he would not step down responding to the rumor that he left Malacañang, an official residence of the Philippine president. The network went back on the air with Orly Punzalan announcing, "Channel 4 is on the air again to serve the people." It was during this exact moment when the network renamed temporarily as New TV 4. The following day, both Aquino and Marcos were inaugurated as the Philippine president. However, Marcos along with his family and allies were soon left the country to exile in Hawaii, leaving Aquino officially became as the new President of the Philippines.

People's Television Network (first era)[]

1986–1989[]

PTV4-LOGO-1986-VERSION-02
Designer:  Unknown
Typography:  Helvetica Bold
Launched:  April 1986

In April 1986, the network was officially renamed as the People's Television (PTV). The snake-shaped number "4" wordmark from GTV in 1979 to 1980 was reused. Its color's logo is in yellow, symbol of democracy during the Marcos regime and the People Power revolution.

1989–1995[]

People's Television Network (1989)
Designer:  Unknown
Typography:  Unknown
Launched:  1989

In 1989, the channel added the tagline, "The People's Network" and also added a new slogan, "Four For You!". Its logo features a 5-striped number "4" wordmark, replacing the snake-shaped number "4" wordmark.

1995–1998[]

PTV Logo 1995
Designer:  Unknown
Typography:  Custom
Launched:  1995

In late 1995, during Fidel V. Ramos' administration, PTV introduced its new tagline that says, "Ang Network Para Sa Pilipino" (The Network for Filipinos). The number "4" was also dropped. Its logo feature a yellow dove flying with the tri-colored, blue, white and red flag and the "PTV" wordmark in yellow with its colors symbolizing the flag of the Philippines.

1998–2000[]

PTV 1998
Designer:  Unknown
Typography:  Helvetica Black
Launched:  1998

In 1998, during Joseph Estrada's administration, PTV was relaunched as "PTV Network". The "PTV" wordmark was changed into different font and also added the "Network" word below the wordmark, it still stood as People's Television Network. The tri-colored (blue, white and red) ribbons with flying dove was dropped, with their tagline, "Ang Network Para Sa Pilipino" was replaced with, “Best in News Professionals/Best in Sports/Best in Culture and Education.”

2000–2001[]

PTV fastforward
Designer:  Unknown
Typography:  Custom
Launched:  May 2000

In May 2000, PTV rebranded again with its new tagline, "Fast... Forward...". The word "Network" was dropped. The logo featured a 3D rendered blue oval with tri-colored red, green, and blue with rounded edges and also the letter "P" in white on the 3D rendered blue oval and the letters "TV" in blue on the outside of the oval.

National Broadcasting Network[]

2001–2012[]

NBN4-LOGO-2001
Designer:  Unknown
Typography:  Custom
Bank Gothic (slogan)
Launched:  July 16, 2001

On July 16, 2001, during Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo's administration, PTV-4 "went off the air" to make way for its officially new name as National Broadcasting Network (NBN), with carrying a new slogan "One People. One Nation. One Vision." Its logo featured a custom NBN wordmark (which is similar to the old logo of NBN (the acronym stands for "Newcastle Broadcasting New South Wales" from Newcastle, New South Wales and the Gold Coast, Queensland in Australia used from 1977 until 1994) with its three colors, blue, red, and yellow, which are also symbolizing the colors of the Philippine flag. This logo was used during the administrations of Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo (July 16, 2001–June 30, 2010) and Benigno Aquino III (June 30, 2010–January 8, 2012). Although the channel was still named NBN, its corporate name, People's Television Network, Inc. is still being used until now.

2003–2005[]

NBN World Logo
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In 2003, NBN was called NBN World , in cooperation with the Television and Radio Broadcasting Service (TARBS).

2007–2012[]

NBN-Information-Channel

In 2007, NBN was rebranded again with its new tagline as "NBN: Information Channel", with the 2001 "One People. One Nation. One Vision." station ID and slogan is still used until October 5, 2011. Despite that the People's Television (PTV) name was again used in October 6, 2011, the 2001 NBN logo continued to be used on the network's sign-on and sign-off until January 8, 2012 thus the "National Broadcasting Network" and "People's Television Network" names and the NBN and PTV logos were concurrently used from October 6, 2011 until the NBN name and logo were finally retired on January 8, 2012 as the sign-on and sign-off was changed from NBN to PTV on the following day in January 9, 2012.

People's Television Network (second era)[]

2011–2012[]

PTNI-2011-LOGO
Designer:  Unknown
Typography:  Myriad Bold
Launched:  October 6, 2011

On October 6, 2011, during the administration of Benigno Aquino III, a son of former president Corazon Aquino, NBN was officially renamed back as People's Television (PTV), this time using its corporate name, People's Television Network, Inc. (PTNI). Its logo featured a satellite dish-styled logo and its colors also represented the Philippine flag (the colors of red, blue and yellow). It was concurrently used with the 2001 NBN logo and "National Broadcasting Network" name until their retirement in January 8, 2012.

2012[]

PTV4-LOGO-JAN-2012
Designer:  Unknown
Typography:  Myriad
Launched:  January 16, 2012

On January 16, 2012, during the network's special coverage of impeachment trial of Former Chief Justice, Renato Corona, PTV used a temporary logo, it features the "PTV" wordmark in red with the "People's Television" phrase and the "Network" word in black below the wordmark on a grey box with rounded corners. The logo was used until July 1, 2012 as a preparation of PTV's reformat.

2012–2017[]

Peoples tv ph
Designer:  Unknown
Typography:  Helvetica Bold
Launched:  July 2, 2012

On July 2, 2012, PTV was officially rebranded again with its slogan as "PTV: Telebisyon ng Bayan". On July 11, 2016, during Rodrigo Duterte's administration, the "Telebisyon ng Bayan" slogan was dropped from the logo, retaining the 2012 PTV logo until April 2, 2017. The logo featured the letter P depicting a stylized television with an antenna on top colored in light blue.

2017[]

PTVTemporary2017
Designer:  Unknown
Typography:  Custom
Launched:  April 3, 2017

This logo resembles the 1970 HTV Cymru Wales logo. It is still used for on-screen bug

2017–present[]

PTV4-LOGO-2017
Designer:  Unknown
Typography:  Proxima Nova Extra Bold
Launched:  June 28, 2017

During Rodrigo Duterte's administration on April 3, 2017, its 2012 logo was replaced by a temporary logo (a stylized wordmark of PTV and the channel's name in Gill Sans) as the network prepared for the launch of its new logo on June 28, 2017, which represents the elements of the Philippine flag (three stars, sun, the triangle and the colors of red, blue and yellow) and also the "People's Television" word in Proxima Nova Extrabold font. The temporary stylized PTV wordmark is still used as the station's on-screen secondary logo. Both the temporary logo and the permanent logo appeared on PTV Outside Broadcast (OB) Vans. PTV also kept the slogan "Para sa Bayan (For the Nation)", which was already used since July 2016 (prior to the re-branding).



ABS-CBN (1969–1972; Channel 4 frequency/channel space)
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