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Global News Network

GNN (Global News Network) (GNN)
Launched 2003 (as GKTV 3/PCTV 3)
March 2008 (as GNN)
Network First United Broadcasting Corporation
Owned by First Global Conglomerates, Inc.
Picture format 480i (SDTV) datascreen
Slogan Committed to Nation Building
Country  Philippines
Language English, Filipino
Broadcast area Metro Manila, and other parts of the Philippines
Sister channel(s) Global Pinoy Cinema
Website http://www.gnntv-asia.com/
Availability
Terrestrial
Analog Channel 44 (UHF)
Pampanga
Analog Channel 48 (UHF)
Naga
Analog Channel 43 (UHF)
Zamboanga
Analog Channel 45 (UHF)
Cagayan De Oro
Analog Channel 43 (UHF)
Roxas, Capiz
Satellite
G Sat Channel 1
Cignal Digital TV Coming Soon
Cable
Destiny Cable Channel 8 (Analog)
Channel 213 (Digital)
Sky Cable Channel 213
Parasat Cable TV Channel 213
Hip TV Rizal Channel 41
Cebu Cable Channel 16
Streaming media
Justin.tv Streaming Live

GNN or Global News Network is a dedicated news and public affairs cable channel based in the Philippines. It broadcasts through Sky Cable, Destiny Cable and Cable Link nationwide and broadcast also in some parts of Asia through Global Satellite TV (GSAT), and online via Ustream.tv. Among the covered countries in Asia are: Japan, North Korea, South Korea, China, Mongolia, Taiwan, Vietnam, Brunei, Malaysia and Indonesia. Its studios are located at 6th floor, First Global Building #122 Gamboa St. cor. Salcedo St., Legaspi Village, Makati City.

Format and history

GNN the Global News Network is a dedicated News and Public Affairs TV Network dedicated to nation-building. From a small and passive network in 2008, GNN has expanded its programming and reach in just two years. In Metro Manila, GNN is broadcast over the Global Destiny Cable on channel 8. On GSAT - the Global Satellite GNN is on channel 1. Three UHF free-TV stations have been successfully established in the past 6 months; for Pampanga UHF 44, Cagayan de Oro, Zamboanga UHF 43 and Naga UHF 48. Three cities will officially launch in June 2012 in General Santos, Roxas City, Capiz (Channel 43) and Cebu City.

Currently, GNN is carried by more than 200 cable operators in 32 regions nationwide. GNN has an estimated of 4 million viewers and still counting. GNN is on live streaming on Justin.tv.

Programs

Present programs and segments

  • Business and Living
    • FYI
    • Mission Immigration
    • Ka Iking Live
    • Medical Dillemma
    • Tsismax
  • Congress TV
  • NewsForce
  • NewsForce Weekend
  • Oras ng Himala (morning and afternoon editions)
  • Oras ng Katotohanan
  • Politics Today
    • Talk to Harry
    • Republika ni Erik Espina
    • General Assignment with Miguel Gil
    • Libertas
    • Heartbeat Live
    • Talk News TV
    • Una Sa Lahat
    • Usaping Bayan ni George Chua
  • Social Responsibility
    • Nunsense Makes Sense
    • HotSpot
    • Life
    • Ikons In Circles
    • Philippine Biography
    • Opinion Leaders with William Thio
    • Philippines UnCut
  • The Business Portal
    • The Workplace
    • Usapang Kalusugan
    • On The Corporate World

Regional programs

Pampanga (GNN-Infomax TV44)

  • Kita Kits
  • Legal Aid on Air
  • MaSUSIng Usapan
  • NewsForce Pampanga
  • PersonALAN
  • Pupul
  • Saludu!
  • Talking Points

Naga (GNN TV48)

  • Ini an Totoo
  • Marian and Winnie Show
  • Urulay Barangay
  • Simbanwaan
  • Today with Francis Papica
  • Inside Bicol
  • Science Journey with T L J

GNN Station Nationwide

Cable TV

Cable/Satellite Provider (Philippines) Ch. # Coverage
G Sat 1 Nationwide
Destiny Cable 8 Metro Manila
SkyCable 213 Metro Manila
SkyCable 43 Zamboanga

See also

External links

  • Official website


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