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Radio Philippines Network, Inc. (RPN) is a television broadcaster in the Philippines owned by the Government Communications Group. The company operates a broadcast television network known on-air as C/S9. The network previously used the RPN name on-air, but Radio Philippines Network remains the legal name of the network.


RPN was launched on June 29, 1960 as the Kanlaon Broadcasting System (KBS). Kanlaon is a volcano on the Philippine island of Negros, the home of Benedicto During the 1970s, the network enjoyed popularity when its shows John En Marsha, Flordeluna (which starred the then-rising star Janice de Belen), and Superstar (featuring "Superstar" Nora Aunor) were hits. The title of its nightly newscast, NewsWatch, became the generic name for any televised newscasts because it was the premiere newscast of its day; and its panel of newscasters, led by Harry Gasser, Cathy Santillian and Frankie Abao, Jr. became household names.

During these glory years, RPN became one of the first Philippine television stations to broadcast anime, including Macross, Voltes V, Astroboy, Starblazers (predating ABC by a decade), and later airing Dragonball Z in the mid-90's. It also aired popular series from the United States, like Hunter, Airwolf, and MacGyver; as well as game shows like The Price is Right.

After the 1986 EDSA People Power Revolution, the stock and assets of RPN, IBC and Banahaw Broadcasting Corporation's BBC-2 were sequestered by the Presidential Commission on Good Government (PCGG). President Corazon Aquino awarded BBC, through an executive order, to ABS-CBN Broadcasting Corporation headed by Eugenio Lopez, Jr. RPN's and IBC's assets were turned over to the Government Communications Group.

It fell into a slump with the resurrection of ABS-CBN and the reformatting of its one-time rival GMA Network. However, the network gained popularity once again in 1996 when it aired the Mexican soap opera Marimar and started a telenovela craze in the country.

Partnership with Solar Entertainment

CS/9 logo, as adopted October 2008

On March 11, 2007, RPN began a partnership with the Solar Entertainment Corporation, which began co-producing new programming for the network, such as a local version of America's Next Top Model. The network underwent management changes on December 24, 2007, as Tonypet Albano (undersecretary and executive director of Malacañang's Office of Political Coalition Affairs and Deputy Spokesperson of TEAM Unity) was appointed chairman of the network (replacing Education Undersecretary Mona Valisno, incumbent Presidential Assistant for Education). Undersecretary Robert Rivera was appointed director of the board, while the president and chief executive officer became former senator Orlando Mercado.<ref>ABS-CBN Interactive, Tonypet Albano is new RPN-9 chief</ref>

Mercado's first major move was to extend their partnership with Solar Entertainment, with programming from their cable network C/S premiering on RPN at the start of the new year. On May 27, 2008, it was announced that RPN would become a broadcaster of Philippine Basketball Association games starting in the 2008-09 season as part of a three-year contract with Solar Sports, who would provide supplemental coverage of the league on their cable network Basketball TV.<ref>PBA.ph SOLAR SPORTS BAGS 3-YEAR PBA TV DEAL</ref>

In October 2008, RPN's stations ultimately took on the C/S name as part of their permanent branding, now known as C/S 9. Later, the name change of the comapny, that in time for RPN's 50th anniversary in 2010, the comapny will change from Radio Philippines Network to Solar Media Network and the name as part of their permanent branding, now known as SRTV 9.

Primetime schedule

The following is the primetime (7:00-10:30 p.m.) line-up for C/S 9.

C/S 9 Schedule

Day 7:00 pm 7:15 pm 7:30 pm 8:00 pm 8:30 pm 9:00 pm 9:30 pm 10:00 pm 10:30 pm
Sunday PBA on C/S9 C/S Blockbusters
Monday Inside Edition TMZ Weekly Heroes Fringe
Tuesday Inside Edition 7 Deadly Hollywood Sins The Big Bang Theory 30 Rock Prison Break 24
Wednesday PBA on C/S9 NewsWatch First Editon PBA on C/S9 Future Weapons
Thursday Inside Edition Who Wants To Be A Superhero Chuck Knight Rider
Friday PBA on C/S9 NewsWatch First Editon PBA on C/S9 World's Most Amazing Videos
Saturday PBA on C/S9 NCIS Sons of Anarchy WWE SmackDown!
RPN Show/News Comedy Sports Movies Sci-Fi Sports Drama Reality Cartoons

RPN Programs

Currently aired programs

Formerly Aired programs on RPN


Cartoons/Live Action





  • AJ's Time Travellers
  • Basta Barkada
  • Beakman's World
  • Better Home Ideas (2002-2005)
  • Beauty School (1990-1994)
  • Beauty School Plus (1994-2005)
  • Comida con Amor
  • Cooking.Com
  • Cooking with Nora Daza
  • For M
  • Fora Medica
  • Gandang Ricky Reyes
  • Go Negosyo
  • Go Negosyo Big Time
  • House of Beauty (1991)
  • How About My Place?
  • Kalusugan TV
  • Kusina Atbp.
  • Luks Family
  • Lutong Bahay
  • Mag-Negosyo Tayo!
  • Make-Over
  • Mr. Wizard's Word
  • Newton's Apple
  • Parenting 101
  • Payo ni Doc
  • Teka Teka Teka
  • Tipong Pinoy (GMA 7, 1998-1999)
  • Veggie, Meaty & Me
  • What's Up 'day!
  • Wok With Yan



Game Shows




  • Business Class
  • Business Expedition
  • Para Po
  • Superbrands
  • The Scene
  • Tipong Pinoy
  • TWBF(This Weeks Big Five)

Kid Shows

Morning Shows

  • Magandang Morning Philippines!
  • Wake Up Call

Movie Blocks

  • Big Hit Movies
  • Rated Wide Awake Movies
  • Saturday Night Playhouse
  • Sine sa 9
  • Sunday's Big Event
  • Super Tagalog Movies
  • Tuesday Night Treat
  • TGOF: TV Greats on Friday

Music Videos/Movie Line-Up

  • Cinema Cinema Cinema (1997-1999)
  • I-Music
  • Movie Line-Up
  • Movieparade
  • The American Chart Show
  • The Fuse
  • Video Hit Parade
  • Video Hot Tracks

News Programs

Public Affairs

  • Action 9
  • Balikatan
  • Banyuhay (2007)
  • Buhay Pinoy
  • Citiline
  • Compañero Y Compañera
  • Forensic Files¹
  • Dee's Day (2003-2007)
  • Direct Line
  • Diyos at Bayan
  • Exclusively Hers
  • Helpline sa 9
  • Ikaw at ang Batas
  • Inside Insight
  • Isumbong Mo Kay Tulfo
  • Isumbong Mo! (Tulfo Brothers)
  • Kakampi
  • Kapatid
  • Kasangga Mo Ang Langit
  • Kaya Natin 'to!
  • Legal Forum
  • Madam Ratsa Live!
  • Makabayang Doktor (2005-2006)
  • Make My Day with Larry Henares
  • Newslight
  • Ngayon na, Pinoy!
  • Prangkahan
  • Ratsada Balita (2000-2005)
  • RPN Forum
  • Sa Bayan (2000-2001)
  • Street Pulse (1986)
  • Tapatan With Jay Sonza (2000-2001)
  • Teka! Teka! Teka!
  • The Doctor is In
  • The Estrada Presidency
  • The Executive Report
  • The Imelda Papin Show
  • The Police Hour
  • TimesFour
  • Ugnayang Pambansa
  • Wats UP sa Barangay

Reality Shows


  • Asin at Ilaw
  • Diyos at Bayan
  • Emmanuel TV¹
  • Family Rosary Crusade (1989-2007)
  • Friends Again (2000-2007)
  • Heart to Heart Talk
  • Island Life
  • Jesus The Healer (1998-2005)
  • Kerygma TV
  • Life In The Word
  • May Liwanag
  • Oras ng Himala
  • Pan sa Kinabuhi
  • Sharing In The City (1979-2007)
  • Signs and Wonders
  • Spiritual Vignettes
  • The Power to Unite
  • The World Tomorrow
  • This is Your Day
  • What Would Jesus Do?


Showbiz Talk Shows

  • Actually, Yun Na! (1993-1995)
  • Showbiz Ka!¹ (2007)
  • The Truth And Nothing But (2000-2002)

Soap Operas/Mini-Series


Talk Shows

  • Good Morning Misis!
  • K Na Tayo!¹ (2007)
  • Oh Yes, Johnny's Back!
  • Real People
  • Talk Toons¹ (2007)
  • Teen Talk
  • Tell The People (1986-1999)
  • Tell The People...Now
  • The Bob Garon Debates
  • Toksho with Mr. Shooli
  • Youth Alive (2007)


Travel Shows

  • Biyaheng Langit
  • J2J
  • Road Trip
  • W.O.W.: What's On Weekend


  • Aawitan Kita
  • Barkada sa 9
  • Big Ike's Happening (1975-1983)
  • Biz Show Na 'To!¹ (2007)
  • Broadcast Campus (1973-1979)
  • Carmen In Color (1971-1977)
  • Chibugan Na! (1990-1996)
  • Eat Bulaga (produced by TAPE Inc., 1979-1986)
  • Ikon Philippines¹ (2007)
  • Lotlot & Friends
  • Lucky Stars
  • Manilyn Live! (1988-1993)
  • Movieparade (1991-1995)
  • On D'Spot (2006)
  • Sabado Boys¹ (2007)
  • Santos, Mortiz & Associates (1973-1974)
  • Student Canteen (1989-1992)
  • Superstar Sa 9 (1979-1989)
  • The Eddie-Nora Show (1970)
  • Tony Santos Presents (1973-1977)

Special Events

TV Specials

  • Catholic Mass Media Awards (1985-1999, 2000-2001)
  • Earth Day Concert TV Special (1996-1999)
  • Grammy Awards 2009¹
  • Ikon ASEAN Grand Finals¹ (2007)
  • Ikon Philippines Grand Finals¹ (2007)
  • KBP Golden Dove Awards (1986-1994)
  • Metro Manila Popular Song Festival Grand Finals (1976-1988)
  • New Vision 9 Homecoming: TV Special (1990)
  • RPN Homecoming TV Special (1979)
  • Siete Palabras sa Sto. Domingo - Seven Last Words at Sto. Domingo (Live at Sto. Domingo Church, Quezon City)
  • Star Awards for Movies (2000-2007)
  • Star Awards for Television (2000-2004, 2006-2007)

Sports Coverages

¹In cooperation with Solar Entertainment Corporation

Current personalities


  • Ely Aligora
  • Michelle Bonggan
  • Tony Calvento
  • Alvin Capino
  • Francis Cardona
  • Caloy Castro
  • Christy Dailo
  • Jay Esteban
  • Anna Galanga
  • Chat Guillermo
  • Marigold Haber-Dunca
  • Jimmy Morato
  • Jill Resontoc
  • Vikki Sambilay
  • Queen Sebastian
  • Beverly Verches-Anterola
  • Trade additions
  • Ces Oreña-Drilon
  • John Susi

Field reporters

  • Roma Agsalud
  • Erwin Aguilon
  • Rina Andolong
  • Grace Asuncion
  • Michelle Bonggan
  • Carlo Carongoy
  • Jay Dones
  • Raoul Esperas
  • Anna Galanga
  • Joni Gole
  • Viviene Guilla
  • Phoebe Javier
  • Bestie Konisis
  • Andrea Lagmay
  • Meanne Los Baños
  • Bert Mozo
  • Light Nolasco
  • Stephanie Ongkiko
  • Celie Ortega-Bueno
  • Jun Pasailo
  • Jill Resontoc
  • Vikki Sambilay
  • Aileen Taliping
  • Beverly Verches-Anterola
  • Aya Yupangco

-Trade additions

  • Martha del Rosario

Past personalities

  • Frank Abao
  • Ariel Ayala
  • Jorge Bandola
  • Aljo Bendijo
  • Chris Capulso
  • Melo del Prado
  • Weng dela Peña
  • Eric Eloriaga
  • Mike Enriquez
  • Susan Enriquez
  • Leslie Espino
  • Jeffrey "Mr. Fu" Espiritu
  • Harry Gasser
  • Joee Guilas
  • Ramon Imperial
  • Charlie Ismael
  • Dodi Lacuna
  • Angelique Lazo
  • Arlene Lim-Farol (now at ABC5)
  • Buddy Lopa
  • Orly Mercado (now traded to NBN)
  • Cristina Peczon
  • Coco Quisumbing
  • Joel Reyes-Zobel
  • Cathy Santillan
  • Jamie Santos (now traded to TV5)
  • Connie Sison
  • Mel Tiangco
  • Mike Toledo
  • Erwin Tulfo
  • Manny Vargas
  • Cielo Villaluna


Branding Slogan Years Active
CBN 9 Chronicle Broadcasting Network 1957-1963
CBN 9 The Viewing Is Fine On Channel 9 1963-1967
ABS-CBN 9 The Prime Network 1967-1969
KBS 9 Kanlaon Broadcasting System 1969-1975
KBS 9 Accucolor 9 1969-1970
KBS 9 Pinoy Network at 9 1970-1971
KBS 9 The League of Television Network 1971-1972
KBS 9 Get the Channel 9 Feeling! 1972-1973
KBS 9 The Color Television Network 1973-1974
KBS 9 The Place to Be in '73! 1973-1974
KBS 9 Proudly Pinoy's Original Network 1974-1975
RPN 9 Living Color 1975-1976
RPN 9 Top Rater RPN 1975-1976
RPN 9 Let Us Be The One 1976-1977
RPN 9 The Solid One 1977-1978
RPN 9 We're The One 1978-1979
RPN 9 Still The One 1979-1980
RPN 9 You're Watching Friends 1980-1981
RPN 9 The Leading Television Network into the 80's 1980-1981
RPN 9 The Leader 1981-1986
RPN 9 Number One For Me. 1982-1983
RPN 9 Come on Along with Channel 9 1983-1984
New Vision 9 The Future 1986-1992
New Vision 9 Together 1987-1988
New Vision 9 Shout! 1988-1990
New Vision 9 Let The Good Times Roll 1990-1992
RPN 9 The Network/The Network In Surround Stereo 1992-1995
RPN 9 I Like It! 1992-1993
RPN 9 I Am... 1993-1994
RPN This Is The Philippines 1995-1996
RPN 36 Years and Still too, Hard to Resist June 1996
RPN Your Friendly Network 1996-1997
RPN Leading The Way 1997-1998
RPN Quality Primetime Television 1998-1999
RPN 30 Years of Television June-July 1999
RPN New Millennium Television 1999-2000
RPN 40 Years of RPN June-July 2000
RPN World-Class Quality, Family TV! 2000-2001
RPN Your Kind of TV! 2001-2004
RPN Moving Ahead 2004-2007
RPN Colors 2004-2007
RPN Rated Prime Nights 2004-2005
RPN Prime Shift 2005-2007
RPN Kasama Mo! Simple Ang Ligaya, Masarap Kasama! March-July 2007
RPN Pare! July-December 2007
C/S on RPN C/S First. C/S Free. January-October 2008
C/S 9 Right Here, Right Now October 2008-present
PBA on C/S 9 Atin 'to! 2008-present
First logo From 1969-1975.

RPN Stations Nationwide

RPN TV Stations

Owned and Operated Stations

Branding Callsign Ch. # Power kW (ERP) Station Type Location
RPN 9 Manila DZKB-TV TV-9 100,000 watts (1,000 kW ERP) Originating Metro Manila
RPN 9 Laoag DZRB-TV TV-9 6.4 kW Relay Laoag
RPN 5 Aparri DWAE-TV TV-5 5,000 watts Relay Aparri, Cagayan
RPN 12 Tuguegarao DZTG-TV TV-12 20,000 watts Relay Tuguegarao
RPN 7 Bayombong DZAA-TV TV-7 8.8 kW Relay Bayombong, Nueva Vizcaya
RPN 12 Baguio DZBS-TV TV-12 5,000 watts (22.7 kW ERP) Originating Baguio
RPN 13 Dagupan DWPR-TV TV-13 5,000 watts (5 kW ERP) Relay Dagupan
RPN 6 Tarlac DZTC-TV TV-6 15,000 watts (5 kW ERP) Relay Tarlac
RPN 12 Tuguegarao DZTG-TV TV-12 20,000 watts (5 kW ERP) Relay Tuguegarao
RPN 2 Rodriguez, Rizal DZYB-TV TV-2 40,000 watts (50 kW ERP) Relay Rodriguez, Rizal
RPN 7 Morong, Rizal DWTS-TV TV-7 60,000 watts Relay Morong, Rizal
RPN 10 San Mateo, Rizal DZGH-TV TV-10 25,000 watts (50 kW ERP) Relay San Mateo, Rizal
RPN 9 Lucena DZLT-TV TV-9 20,000 watts (50 kW ERP) Relay Lucena
RPN 2 Legazpi DWRL-TV TV-2 20,000 watts (90 kW ERP) Relay Legazpi City
RPN 10 Iriga DWKI-TV TV-10 5,000 watts Originating Iriga
RPN 5 Puerto Princesa DZVA-TV TV-5 120,000 watts (339.1 kW ERP) Relay Puerto Princesa
RPN 9 Catbalogan DYER-TV TV-9 5,000 watts Relay Catbalogan
RPN 6 San Jose, Antique DYKW-TV TV-6 15,000 watts Relay San Jose, Antique
RPN 5 Tacloban DWZG-TV TV-5 5,000 watts (1 kW) Relay Tacloban
RPN 6 Antique DYKW-TV TV-6 15,000 watts Relay San Jose, Antique
RPN 9 Iloilo DYCR-TV TV-9 30,000 watts (72,000 kW ERP) Translator Iloilo
RPN 8 Bacolod DYKB-TV TV-8 5,000 watts Originating Bacolod
RPN 8 Dumaguete DYRM-TV TV-8 20,000 watts (90 kW ERP) Relay Dumaguete
RPN 9 Cebu DYKC-TV TV-9 30,000 watts (72,000 kW ERP) Originating Cebu
RPN 5 Zamboanga DXXX-TV TV-5 12.5 kW Originating Zamboanga
RPN 5 Pagadian DXKP-TV TV-5 34.4 kW Translator Pagadian
RPN 5 Dipolog DXDC-TV TV-5 20,000 watts Translator Dipolog
RPN 5 Cagayan de Oro DXKO-TV TV-5 5,000 watts Originating Cagayan de Oro
RPN 9 Davao DXOW-TV TV-9 15,000 watts (373 kW ERP) Originating Davao
RPN 4 Surigao DXCN-TV TV-4 15,000 watts Relay Surigao
RPN 12 Butuan DXJM-TV TV-12 20,000 watts (90 kW ERP) Relay Butuan
RPN 7 General Santos DXDX-TV TV-7 30,000 watts Relay General Santos
RPN 10 Cotabato DXCV-TV TV-10 40,000 watts Relay Cotabato
RPN 9 Jolo, Sulu DXDC-TV TV-9 20,000 watts (90 kW ERP) Relay Jolo, Sulu

RPN TV affiliate stations

Branding Callsign Ch. # Power kW (ERP) Station Type Location Affiliate Name
Intelvision 68 Manila DWBC-TV TV-68 0.135 kW Affiliate Metro Manila Byers Communication, Inc.
SBC 22 Olongapo DWSB-TV TV-22 20,000 watts (90 kW ERP) Affiliate Olongapo Subic Broadcasting Corporation
CLTV 36 San Fernando, Pampanga DZCL-TV TV-36 30,000 watts (72,000 kW ERP) Affiliate San Fernando, Pampanga Central Luzon Broadcasting Corporation
AZCN 2 Puerto Princesa DYAZ-TV TV-2 15,000 watts Affiliate Puerto Princesa AZ Communications Network
inTV/CCTN 47 Cebu DYCC-TV TV-47 1,000 watts Affiliate Cebu Cebu Catholic Television Network
Davao Channel 99/Davao Community TV DXDV-TV TV-99 5,000 watts Affiliate Davao Davao Cable World Network, Inc.
IBS 6 Ipil, Zamboanga Sibugay DXAD-TV TV-6 12.5 kW Affiliate Ipil, Zamboanga Sibugay Ipil Broadcasting System

RPN on Cable Television

Cable/Satellite Provider Ch. # Coverage
Cable Star Iloilo 42 Iloilo
Cablelink 12 Metro Manila
Dream Satellite TV 6 Nationwide
Global Destiny Cable 14 Metro Manila
SkyCable 14 Metro Manila
G Sat 5 Nationwide

-With several cable affiliates nationwide.

United States
Cable/Satellite Provider Ch. #
DirecTV 2027

RPN Cable channels


  • Sportsvision (formerly known as Solar Sports)
  • Basketball TV


  • ETC: Entertainment Central
  • 2nd Avenue
  • C/S Origin
  • Jack TV

RPN International subsidiaries

  • C/S Global
  • Solar International

RPN AM Radio Stations

Radyo Ronda AM Stations

Branding Callsign Frequency Power (kW) Location
Radyo Ronda Manila DZSR 918 kHz 50,000 watts Metro Manila
Radyo Ronda Manila DWMS 1044 kHz 10,000 watts Metro Manila
Radyo Ronda Manila DZRM 1278 kHz 50,000 watts Metro Manila
Radyo Ronda Manila DWBC 1422 kHz 20,000 watts Metro Manila
Radyo Ronda Batac DZRL 639 kHz 1,000 watts Batac
Radyo Ronda Baguio DZBS 1368 kHz 2.5 kW Baguio
Radyo Ronda Dagupan DWPR 1296 kHz 30,000 watts Dagupan
Radyo Ronda Tuguegarao DZTG 621 kHz 1,000 watts Tuguegarao, Cagayan
Radyo Ronda Santiago, Isabela DWRS 981 kHz 20,000 watts Santiago, Isabela
Radyo Ronda San Fernando, La Union DWVA 1170 kHz 30,000 watts San Fernando, La Union
Radyo Ronda Tarlac DZTC 828 kHz 15,000 watts Tarlac
Radyo Ronda Lucena DZLT 1188 kHz 10,000 watts Lucena
Radyo Ronda San Jose, Occidental Mindoro DZYM 1539 kHz 25,000 watts San Jose, Occidental Mindoro
Radyo Ronda Legazpi DWRL 1080 kHz 30,000 watts Legazpi
Radyo Ronda Iriga DZKI 1332 kHz 1,000 watts Iriga
Radyo Ronda Naga DWRN 657 kHz 1,000 watts Naga
Radyo Ronda Binalbagan DYKW 936 kHz 13.6 kW Binalbagan, Negros Occidental
Radyo Ronda Bacolod DYKB 1404 kHz 1,000 watts Bacolod
Radyo Ronda Bacolod DYRL 1035 kHz 5,000 watts Bacolod
Radyo Ronda Dumaguete DYRM 1134 kHz 20,000 watts Dumaguete
Radyo Ronda Dumaguete DYBI 1458 kHz 20,000 watts Dumaguete
Radyo Ronda Cebu DYKC 675 kHz 20,000 watts Cebu
Radyo Ronda Cebu DYRB 540 kHz 10,000 watts Cebu
Radyo Ronda Cebu DYRC 648 kHz 10,000 watts Cebu
Radyo Ronda Zamboanga DXXX 1008 kHz 10,000 watts Zamboanga
Radyo Ronda Pagadian DXKP 1377 kHz 10,000 watts Pagadian
Radyo Ronda Dipolog DXKD 1053 kHz 10,000 watts Dipolog
Radyo Ronda Ozamiz DXOC 1494 kHz 20,000 watts Ozamiz
Radyo Ronda Cagayan de Oro DXKO 1368 kHz 10,000 watts Cagayan de Oro
Radyo Ronda Cagayan de Oro DXCO 1044 kHz 10,000 watts Cagayan de Oro
Radyo Ronda Davao DXKT 1071 kHz 10,000 watts Davao
Radyo Ronda Davao DXOW 981 kHz 10,000 watts Davao
Radyo Ronda General Santos DXDX 693 kHz 20,000 watts General Santos
Radyo Ronda General Santos DXGS 765 kHz 20,000 watts General Santos
Radyo Ronda Surigao DXKS 1080 kHz 13.3 kW Surigao
Radyo Ronda Butuan DXJM 756 kHz 342.1 kW Butuan

(*) owned by: Magasin Broadcasting Network

Affiliate AM stations

Branding Callsign Frequency Power (kW) Location Affiliate Name
DZLU 657 DZLU-AM 657 kHz 5,000 watts San Fernando, La Union National College of Science and Technology
GO AM 1008 DWGO-AM 1008 kHz 20,000 watts Olongapo Subic Broadcasting Corporation

RPN FM Radio Stations

Operating Stations

Branding Callsign Frequency Power (kW) Coverage
87.9 RCFM DZRC-FM 87.9 MHz 20,000 watts Metro Manila
104.3 Business Radio DWBR-FM 104.3 MHz 25,000 watts Metro Manila
103.5 Radyo Illongo DWIL-FM 103.5 MHz 10,000 watts Laoag
89.5 Bay FM DWSB-FM 89.5 MHz 1,000 watts Subic, Zambales
98.3 One FM DZLT-FM 98.3 MHz 10,000 watts Lucena
DWCN 96.9 DWCN-FM 96.9 MHz 5,000 watts Daet, Camarines Norte
Boom 99.9 DXRK-FM 99.9 MHz 10,000 watts Cagayan de Oro

Affiliate FM stations

Branding Callsign Frequency Power (kW) Location Affiliate Name
Digital Planet 88.7 DWLU-FM 88.7 MHz 5,000 watts San Fernando, La Union National College of Science and Technology
OK FM 97.5 DWOK-FM 97.5 MHz 5,000 watts Olongapo Subic Broadcasting Corporation
AUF 95.1 DWAU-FM 95.1 MHz 10,000 watts Angeles, Pampanga Angeles University Foundation
Countryside Radio 95.1 DWRW-FM 95.1 MHz 5,000 watts San Fernando, Pampanga Central Luzon Broadcasting Corporation
Cres FM 104.7 DYCR-FM 104.7 MHz 20,000 watts Iloilo Central Radio Electronic School

Provincial affiliations

  • Angeles University Foundation
  • AZ Communications Network
  • Bicol Broadcasting System
  • Central Luzon Broadcasting Corporation
  • Central Radio Electronic School
  • inTV/Cebu Catholic Television Network
  • Ipil Broadcasting System
  • National College of Science and Technology
  • New Life in Christ Fellowship
  • Radio Corporation of the Philippines
  • Solar Entertainment Corporation
  • Subic Broadcasting Corporation

International Subsidiary

  • RPN USA - A Filipino-language channel, offers a variety of programming including lifestyle and leisure shows, cuisine and travel as well as well-loved classic comedies, dramas and soap operas. Get your share of the best of what the islands can offer with RPN USA. Be up to date with all that’s hip, new and hot with its lifestyle and leisure programs, while savoring the country’s delectable cuisine, unique and fabulous destinations and music videos from the hottest artists of the past and present. Come home to the very best in Philippine television with its well-loved classic comedy and drama series, as well as its entertaining musicals and variety shows featuring your favorite singers and the stars of the big and small screen.

RPN Corporate Address

  • RPN Manila Station:
    • ECJ Condominium, Real Cor. Arzobispo Sts., Intramuros, Manila 1002, Philippines
    • Broadcast City, Capitol Hills 116, Diliman 1101, Quezon City Philippines
    • 100 Tordesillas corner H.V. Dela Costa Street, Salcedo Village, Makati City, Philippines
  • RPN Cebu Station:
    • San Antonio, Cebu City 6000, Phils.
  • RPN Davao Station:
    • Malagos, Baguio District, Davao City 8000, Phils.
  • RPN Zamboanga Station:
    • Brgy. Tugbungan, Zamboanga City 7000, Phils.

RPN affiliate addresses

  • Subic Broadcasting Corporation
    • Km. 1 National Highway, Lower Kalaklan, Olongapo City 2200, Phils.
  • Central Luzon Broadcasting Corporation
    • 3/F CGIC Bldg., Jose Abad Santos Ave., City of San Fernando, Pampanga 4500, Phils.
  • Cebu Catholic Television Network
    • CCTN Broadcast Center, Cardinal Rosales Ave., Cebu Business Park, Cebu City 6000, Phils.

See also

External links

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