The Filipino Channel

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The Filipino Channel
Launched February 1994
Owned by

ABS-CBN Corporation

Picture format NTSC (480i)
Country

Flag of the Philippines Philippines

Broadcast area

Asia Pacific
Australia
Canada
Europe
Middle East
United States

Website

ABS-CBN Global

Availability
Satellite
Indovision (Indonesian Islands) Channel 358
DirecTV (USA) Channel 2060
Cable
Rogers Cable (Canada) Channel 871
Shaw Cable (Canada) Channel 186
MCV Broadband
(Guam, Northern Marianas Islands)
Channel 22
Cable TV Hong Kong (Hong Kong) Channel 150
First Media (Indonesian Islands) Channel 259
StarHub TV (Singapore) Channel 144
Cablevision (USA) Channel 268
Time Warner Cable (USA) Channel 690
Comcast Channel 241, 367
IPTV over ADSL
AT&T U-verse (USA) Channel 3682
FiOS TV (USA) Channel 1755
CHT MOD (Taiwan) Channel 121

The Filipino Channel (TFC) is an international television station owned by the Philippine-based multimedia conglomerate ABS-CBN Corporation. The network is currently available in Asia Pacific, Australia, Canada, Europe, Middle East, and the United States. It has over two million subscribers in these regions.<ref>http://ir.abs-cbn.com/ir/shareholderfaqs.aspx</ref> The channel is targeted towards overseas Filipinos and their families in the Philippines. The network airs a 24-hour lineup of shows produced by ABS-CBN, and is also backed by several other international direct-to-home services like Filipino On Demand, branded under the TFC Direct name.

Contents

Programming

Drama

Soap opera

Anthology

Comedy

Educational

  • Filipino Ka, Sabihin Mo (2008–present)
  • Kasaysayan TV (2010–present)
  • Pamana (2010–present)
  • Why Not (2011–present)

Entertainment news

Gospel

  • The Healing Eucharist (2006–present)

Infotainment

News

Current affairs

Reality shows

Specials

  • Sunday's Best

Variety shows

Slogans

  • "Nasaan ka man sa Mundo, may TFC kasama mo!"
  • "TFC - You're home" (1994–1996)
  • "Bawat Pinoy, Kapamilya" ("Every Filipino is a member of the Family") (1997–1998)
  • "Kapamilya mo, Saan man sa mundo" ("Your Family, Worldwide") (1999–present)
  • "In the service of the Filipino worldwide" (1999–present)

See also

References

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External links


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