List of Available Digital TV Stations in the Philippines (2022) (2022)

List of Available Digital TV Stations in the Philippines (2022) (1)

Planning to buy a Digital TV box because you got tired of seeing grains of sand on your TV screen, or the video and audio output is garbled or choppy due to the poor signal reception of your analog antenna? Before switching from analog-to-digital, be sure to check first what Digital TV stations are available so that you can enjoy watching your favorite TV Show on your new Digital TV box. The availability of Digital TV channels varies depending on the location.

Here is the List of Available Digital TV Stations in the Philippines in 2022 and their signal strength sorted according to frequency.

List of Digital TV Stations in Philippines (Luzon, Visayas, Mindanao)

Here is the complete list of Digital TV Channels in the Philippines (Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao):

Digital TV Stations in Mega Manila Area (NCR, Cavite, Laguna, Rizal, Bulacan, Pampanga and some parts of Central Luzon and South Luzon)

NetworkFrequencyUHF Channel
PTV Manila (Philippine Government Channel)473.143 MHz14
GMA Network / GTV (Good TV)479.143 MHz15
Advanced Media Broadcasting System (AMBS)485.143 MHz16
IBC 13491.143 MHz17
TV5 Network / One PH / One Sports497.143 MHz18
RPN Manila / CNN Philippines503.143 MHz19
ZOE TV (A2Z Channel 11)509.143 MHz20
SBN / Solar Entertainment / ETC515.143 MHz21
Aliw Broadcasting Corporation (DWIZ)527.143 MHz23
Eagle Broadcasting Corporation / Net 25557.143 MHz28
RBN / RJ DigiTV / Radyo Bandido563.143 MHz29
BEAM / PIE Channel575.143 MHz31
Zoe Broadcasting Network Manila / Light TV587.143 MHz33
UNTV Manila617.143 MHz38
SMNI Manila (Sonshine Media Network International)629.143 Mhz40
SMNI Manila (Sonshine Media Network International)653.143 Mhz44
Gateway UHF Manila / Hope / ABN / GNN659.143 MHz45
INC TV Manila / Net 25683.143 MHz49
GV Broadcasting System and Cignal TV / TV5 Network (mirror feed from DTT 18)695.143 MHz51

Digital TV Stations in Northern Luzon (Region I and Cordillera Administrative Region)

NetworkFrequencyUHF Channel
GMA Ilocos479.143 MHz15
BEAM / PIE Baguio545.143 MHz26
GMA Dagupan/Baguio617.143 MHz38
PTV Cordillera641.143 MHz42
GNN North Luzon653.143 MHz44
TPN659.143 MHz45
TV5 Baguio695.143 MHz51

Digital TV Stations in Central Luzon

(Video) Analog TV Stations In Carmona Cavite (4/10/2022)

NetworkFrequencyUHF Channel
GNN653.143 MHz44

Digital TV Stations in CALABARZON

NetworkFrequencyUHF Channel
GMA Batangas581.143 MHz32
TV5 Batangas695.143 MHz51

Digital TV Stations in Bicol

NetworkFrequencyUHF Channel
PSUB TV503.143 MHz19
BEAM / PIE Naga581.143 MHz32
GMA Naga617.143 MHz38
PTV Naga665.143 MHz46
GNN Naga677.143 MHz48

Digital TV Stations in Western Visayas, Central Visayas, and Eastern Visayas

NetworkFrequencyUHF Channel
IBC 13 Iloilo491.143 MHz17
TV5 Iloilo497.143 MHz18
A2Z Iloilo509.143 MHz20
PTV Iloilo527.143 MHz23
BEAM / PIE Iloilo545.143 MHz26
GMA Iloilo563.143 MHz29
DZRH News TV (Metro Iloilo)647.143 MHz43
GMA Murcia479.143 MHz15
TV5 Bacolod497.143 MHz18
DZRH News TV (Metro Bacolod)623.143 MHz39
GMA Bacolod653.143 MHz44
IBC 13 Cebu491.143 MHz17
TV5 Cebu497.143 MHz18
A2Z Cebu509.143 MHz20
GMA Cebu545.143 MHz26
BEAM / PIE Cebu575.143 MHz31
PTV Cebu641.143 MHz42
DZRH News TV (Metro Cebu)647.143 MHz43
GMA Tacloban City593.143 MHz34
PRTV Tacloban (with feeds for TV5 and A2Z)689.143 MHz50

Digital TV Stations in Mindanao (Zamboanga Peninsula, Northern Mindanao, Davao Region, Soccsksargen)

NetworkFrequencyUHF Channel
BEAM / PIE Zamboanga575.143 MHz31
EMedia - Zamboanga629.143 MHz40
GBPI - Zamboanga695.143 MHz51
TV5 Cagayan De Oro497.143 MHz18
A2Z Cagayan De Oro509.143 MHz20
GMA Cagayan De Oro671.143 MHz47
Jao TV - Cagayan De Oro695.143 MHz51
TV5 Davao497.143 MHz18
SMNI Davao503.143 MHz19
A2Z Davao509.143 MHz20
BEAM / PIE Davao575.143 MHz31
GMA Davao611.143 MHz37
Kakampi TV617.143 MHz38
PTV Davao659.143 MHz45
TV5 General Santos497.143 MHz18
GMA General Santos593.143 MHz34

Signal Strength of Digital TV Stations in the Philippines As Of 2022


Metro Manila (Mega Manila, which includes Metro Manila, Cavite, Laguna, Rizal, Bulacan, and some parts of Central Luzon and South Luzon)

Note: ABS-CBN network has gone off-air due to the cease-and-desist order issued by the NTC. The ABS-CBN franchise renewal controversy or also known as the ABS-CBN shutdown, on May 5, 2020. After 12 hearings, the House Committee on Legislative Franchises on July 10, 2020, rejected the franchise renewal of the ABS-CBN Corporation. The resolution to deny the ABS-CBN franchise application got a vote of 70 yes and 11 no (with 1 abstained and 2 inhibited) from the congress. On October 6, 2020, ABS-CBN and ZOE TV publicly announced their blocktime partnership and the rebranding of Channel 11 to A2Z.

Frequency: 509.143 (Very Good Signal)
A2Z 1Seg

Frequency: 473.143MHz (Good Signal)
PTV HD1 (PTV Main Channel)
PTV SD1 (Presidential Communications Operations Office - PCOO Channel)
PTV SD2 (Salaam TV/Lumad TV)
PTV Reserved
PTV 1seg (for mobile 1seg built-in tuners)

(Video) Analog TV and Digital TV Stations in Paniqui, Tarlac, Philippines (as of February 28, 2022)

Frequency: 695.143MHz (Good Signal)
One PH
One Sports
One Seg S1 (for mobile 1seg built-in tuners)

Frequency: 479.143MHz (Very Good Signal)
GTV (formerly GMA News TV - GNTV)
Heart of Asia
I Heart Movies
GMA 1SEG (for mobile 1seg built-in tuners)

Frequency: 503.143MHz (Good Signal)
CNN Philippines HD
CNN Philippines HD 1seg

Frequency: 491.143MHz (Good Signal)
IBC 13

Frequency: 515.143MHz (Very Good Signal)
Shop TV
Solar Learning / DepEd TV ALS
Solar Learning / DepEd TV NCR Prime
Solar Learning / DepEd TV Central

Frequency: 575.143MHz (Very Good Signal)
PIE Channel
TV Shop
Pilipinas HD
Life TV
Knowledge Channel

Frequency: 617.143MHz (Good Signal)
STV (closed in 2020) / currently mirror feed from UNTV
Truth Channel
UNTV Reserve
UNTV 1SEG (for mobile 1seg built-in tuners)

Frequency: 659.143 (Good Signal)
Hope Phil HD
Hope Intl

Frequency: 683.143MHz (Good Signal)

Frequency: 587.143 (Very Good Signal)
Light TV HD
Light TV SD 1
Light TV 1seg (for mobile 1seg built-in tuners)


Frequency: 629.143MHz (Low Signal)

Provincial Areas
GMA Ilocos: 479.143 MHz
GMA Dagupan/Baguio (Metro Baguio and Northern and Central Luzon): 617.143 MHz
GMA Batangas: 581.143 MHz
GMA Naga: 617.143 MHz
GMA Iloilo: 563.143 MHz
GMA Bacolod (Negros Occidental): 653.143 MHz
GMA Cebu: 545.143 MHz
GMA Tacloban City (Leyte): 593.143 MHz
GMA Cagayan de Oro (Misamis Oriental): 671.143 MHz
GMA Davao: 611.143 MHz
GMA GenSan (South Cotabato): 593.143 MHz

TV5 Baguio: 695.143 MHz
TV5 Batangas: 695.143 MHz
TV5 Iloilo: 497.143 MHz
TV5 Bacolod: 497.143 MHz
TV5 Cebu: 497.143 MHz
TV5 Cagayan de Oro: 497.143 MHz
TV5 Davao: 497.143 MHz
TV5 GenSan: 497.143 MHz

BEAM Baguio: 545.143 MHz
BEAM Naga: 581.143 MHz
BEAM Iloilo: 545.143 MHz
BEAM Cebu: 575.143 MHz
BEAM Zamboanga: 575.143 MHz
BEAM Davao: 575.143 MHz

DZRH News TV Iloilo: 647.143 MHz (test broadcast)
DZRH News TV Bacolod: 623.143 MHz (test broadcast)
DZRH News TV Cebu: 647.143 MHz (test broadcast)

SMNI Davao: 503.143 MHz (test broadcast)

GNN North Luzon: 653.143 MHz
GNN Pampanga: 653.143 MHz
GNN Naga: 677.143 MHz

PSUB TV Camarines Sur: 503.143 MHz

PRTV Tacloban (with feeds for TV5 and A2Z): 689.143 MHz

Emedia Zamboanga (with feeds for PTV, TV5, and One Sports): 629.143 MHz

(Video) Digital TV Stations in Paniqui, Tarlac, Philippines (as of August 1, 2022)

GBPI Zamboanga (with feeds for TV5 and One Sports): 695.143 MHz (test broadcast)

Jao TV Cagayan de Oro: 695.143 MHz (test broadcast)

Kakampi TV Digos City: 617.143 MHz (test broadcast)

ABS-CBN has 7 Digital TV channels, but 5 are exclusive channels, including Cinemo, YEY, DZMM Teleradyo, Knowledge Channel, and KBO (Kapamilya Box office). These exclusive channels of ABS-CBN can only be accessed through their proprietary Digital TV box product, the ABS-CBN TV Plus 'Ang Mahiwagang BlackBox' (The Magical Black Box), as well as their digital TV dongle product, ABS-CBN TVplus Go. ABS-CBN free-to-air channels are still not accessible on Digital TV boxes due to NTC's cease and desist order.

On June 26, 2020, GMA Network released its own digital TV receiver named GMA Affordabox. This GMA digital tv box features a Multimedia player via USB, Personal video recorder (GMA, GMA News TV now GTV, Heart of Asia, and Hallypop), National Emergency Warning Broadcast System (EWBS), Auto-on Alert Feature, Digital Display, and Info Display.

In December 2020, GMA released its digital TV receiver for smartphones called GMA Now. It is a mobile digital TV receiver that can be plugged into an Android phone that allows users to watch live TV for free, join interactive promos, and chat with Kapuso artists on Groupee. At the same time, Baron Antenna maker also released its set-top box called Baron Digital TV Receiver.

In 2021, the TV5 network released its digital TV receiver called Sulit TV. This DTV box comes with several features, such as a multimedia player, a video recorder, and built-in games.

Digital TV was implemented in the Philippines in the early 2000s. The National Telecommunications Commission (NTC) has adopted the ISDB-T standard for Philippine television. ISDB-T is a Japanese standard for digital television (DTV) and digital radio used by its radio and television networks. The NTC chose to use the Japanese standard ISDB-T for digital television in the country in Memorandum Circular 02-06-2010, noting its capability to 3 levels of categorized modulation (audio, video, and data services) to fixed, portable, and handheld devices exclusive of the necessity for a supplementary communication facility. Most of the TV Stations in the Philippines provide SD (Standard Definition) and HD (High Definition). All analog services are expected to shut down permanently by 2023.

How To Scan Digital TV Channels?

To get Digital TV channels on your Digital TV Box, follow these simple steps:
1. Press the 'Menu' on your remote control.
2. Choose 'Settings.'
3. Under 'Installation', select 'Auto Search' or 'Auto Scan', and wait for the scanning process to finish.

(Video) Digital TV Stations in Paniqui, Tarlac, Philippines (as of July 4, 2022)

For remote controls with a 'SCAN' button, follow these steps:
1. Press 'Scan'.
2. If a message like this occurs, "Would you like to scan now?" just press 'YES' then 'OK'.
3. Wait for the scanning process to complete, then press 'OK'.


What TV channels are digital? ›

ABC, CBS, NBC, Fox, PBS and The CW are available in all major US cities. Various other networks including independent, international and faith based channels are also available but differ by city.

How many television stations are there in the Philippines? ›

There are more than 400 television stations nationwide as of 2016, 23 of which are in Metro Manila. The television market is highly concentrated and is in essence a duopoly – the two biggest conglomerates, ABS CBN and GMA, have an audience share of about 81 percent (MoM, 2017).

Does Philippines have digital TV? ›

In November 2010, ABS-CBN began rolling out its digital broadcast in 17 cities in Metropolitan Manila including selected areas in Bulacan and Pampanga. On February 11, 2015, ABS-CBN launched the ABS-CBN TV Plus, a digital TV service becoming the first TV network in the country to commercially launch DTT.

What is the number 1 TV network in the Philippines 2022? ›

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