The Q Channel
In July 1, year 2000, the Davao-based religious group, Kingdom of Jesus Christ (KJC) officially launched its own Cable network, "The Q Channel" (then also known as "ACQ–TV, Q Channel"). the channel to delivered 24 hours a day, 7 days a week Gospel of the Kingdom from Davao City to key cities around the Philippines.
ACQ–Kingdom Broadcasting Network
In 2003, The Q Channel was renamed as "ACQ–Kingdom Broadcasting Network (ACQ-KBN)" after the network was relaunched and using the new state of the art Satellite technology for reaching from Davao City to the whole world. and the network is also delivering the Good news 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
On January 8, 2006, ACQ-KBN Sonshine TV 39 is launched at the first Global Thanksgiving and Worship presentation at the PhilSports Arena, the network venture from Cable TV broadcasting to Free-to-Air TV broadcasting.
Sonshine Media Network International
On July 2006, ACQ-KBN Sonshine TV to form as "Sonshine Media Network International (SMNI)" was launched as News and Public Affairs block which became a tie-up of ACQ-KBN Sonshine TV-39 in Metro Manila and ACQ-KBN Sonshine TV-43 in Davao.
On August 2010, ACQ-KBN Sonshine TV (merger of ACQ-KBN and Sonshine Media Network International) was renamed again as simply "SMNI", the network was focus in Religious, News and Public Affairs programs carried from the now-defunct ACQ-KBN.
Radio Stations: Sonshine Radio
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 | RJ 100.3) | TV5 Radio/NBC (Radyo5 92.3 News FM) | UBS (106.7 Energy FM)