Kapisanan ng mga Brodkaster ng Pilipinas

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The Kapisanan ng mga Brodkaster ng Pilipinas (KBP) or (Association of Broadcasters of the Philippines) is an organization established by broadcast media practitioners to regulate the industry and elevate standards, promote social change, help disseminate government information, strengthen trade ties with the advertising industry, and promote the public welfare.

It was organized on 27 April 1973 by the country's major radio and television networks.

In its effort to assure the highest standards of broadcast professionalism, KBP has published a Radio Code and a Television Code, which are manuals of the order of things for broadcast practitioners in their search for what is good, proper, and professional. Both codes are carefully evaluated every year to assure each industry’s growth.


Vision

  • To advance and sustain the highest standards in the broadcast industry through self-regulation and responsible broadcasting.
  • To uphold the social, cultural, and economic development of the nation.
  • To promote the welfare of its members and the broadcast industry at all times, mindful of its duty to God, country, and people.


Mission

  • To defend and uphold press freedom, free speech and expression, and the right of the people to public information.
  • To encourage and enhance the practice and development of the highest ethical standards and values in broadcast content and services.
  • To promote the highest level of professionalism in the practice of the broadcast profession.
  • To strive to foster and preserve unity and promote fair competition amongst members and in the communities they operate.
  • To adopt the latest trade practices and feasible technologies that promote the economic viability of the broadcast industry.
  • To contribute in the promotion of economic, social, and cultural development of nation and advocate concern for the environment.


Programs/Projects

The following are the programs and projects of KBP to achieve the aims and purposes of the organization:

  • Broadcast Code - the set of standards of performance and ethical conduct governing the broadcast of radio and television stations that are members of the KBP.
  • Standards Authority - composed of 13 directors, responsible for enforcing the Broadcast Code and conducts hearings on complaints of its violations.
  • Broadcast Journalism Training - aims to develop a more professional group of Filipino broadcast journalists.
  • Public Service Advocacy - initiates social advocacy and other campaigns like health, voters’ education and children’s welfare.
  • Screening of Advertisements - screens advertisements for broadcast
  • Technical Standards - the KBP works with the National Telecommunications Commission (NTC) in formulating technical standards, policies, and rules on the use of broadcast frequencies.
  • Collection Service
  • Radio Research Council - plans and initiates radio audience survey together with Philippine Association of National Advertisers (PANA) and the Association of Accredited Advertising Agencies (4A’s).
  • Announcers’ Accreditation - aims to raise the standards of professionalism in the industry.
  • Sales Directors’ Meetings - aims to promote better use of radio as an advertising medium.
  • Ad Agency Accreditation - assesses creditworthiness of agencies
  1. Golden Dove Awards
  2. Radio Ad Awards
  3. Local Leadership Conference
  4. Top Level Management Conference

Contact Info

  • Office Address: 6th Flr., LTA Building, 118 Perea St. Legaspi Bldg., Makati Avenue, Cor. Gen. Luna, Makati City, MM
  • Tel. No.: (02) 815.1990 to 92
  • Fax No.: (02) 815.1993
  • E-mail: info@kbp.org.ph


Board of Directors and Officers

  • Chairman, Manila Broadcasting Company President: Ruperto S. Nicdao, Jr.
  • Vice Chairman, Radio Mindanao Network Consultant: Butch S. Canoy
  • President, Bombo Radyo Phils. VP/COO-AM Division: Herman Z. Basbaño
  • Executive Vice President, Vanguard Radio President: Noel C. Galvez
  • Vice President for Television, Progressive Broadcasting Corp. President: Atom L. Henares
  • Vice President for Radio, Radio Corporation of the Philippines EVP & Chief Operating Officer: Francis L. Cardona
  • Corporate Secretary, Primax Broadcasting System Chief Operating Officer: Joselito G. Yabut
  • Treasurer, Radio Veritas Global Broadcasting System Special Assistant to the President: Fr. Manuel B. Bongayan, SVD
  • Director, ABS-CBN Corporation Head of Integrated Events and Customer Engagement: Roberto V. Barreiro
  • Director, GV Bctg. System/Cignal TV Inc. Head, Regulation and Industry Relations: Engr. Erwin V. Galang
  • Director, Far East Broadcasting Co. Phils. President: Dan Andrew S. Cura


KBP Standards Authority Directors

  • Chairperson: Diana C. Gozum
  • Deputy Chairperson: Orly L. Pangcog
  • Secretary: Lorlyn G. Velarde
  • Director: Rikki D. Climaco
  • Director: Brenda BN. Locsin
  • Director: Cecile L. Dy
  • Director: Msgr. Rufino B. Suplido
  • Director: Kane Errol C. Choa
  • Director: Amiel J.C. Arcangel
  • Director: Enrico O. Canoy
  • Director: Jaime Joseph H. Trinidad
  • Director: Aldwin Salumbides
  • Director: Albert S. Sikat


KBP Members

  • ABS-CBN Corporation
  • Advance Media Broadcasting System, Inc.
  • Agusan Communication Foundation Inc.
  • Agusan Del Sur Broadcasting Service
  • Aliw Broadcasting Corporation
  • Altimax Broadcasting Co. Inc.
  • Amcara Broadcasting Network, Inc.
  • Andres Bonifacio College Broadcasting System, Inc.
  • Angeles University Foundation-Educational
  • Audiovisual Communicators, Inc.
  • Aurora Polytechnic College
  • Baganian Broadcasting Corporation
  • Banwag Broadcasting System
  • Bayanihan Broadcasting Corporation
  • Baycomms Broadcasting Corporation/Brigada Mass Media Corp.
  • Beacon Communications System, Inc.
  • Beta Broadcasting System, Inc.
  • Bicol Broadcasting System, Inc.
  • Blockbuster Broadcasting System, Inc.
  • Bobby and Kates Academy-Educational
  • Bohol Chronicle Radio
  • Brightstar Broadcasting Network/Retro 105.9 DCGFM
  • Broadcast Enterprises and Affiliated Media, Inc. (BEAM)
  • Bukidnon State University-Educational
  • Cadiz Radio and Television Network
  • Catholic Bishops Conference of the Philippines
  • Cebu Broadcasting Company
  • Century Communications Marketing Center, Inc.
  • Christian Era Broadcasting Service
  • Christian Music Power, Inc.-Religious
  • Cignal TV, Inc.
  • Community Media Network, Inc.
  • Crusaders Broadcasting System, Inc.
  • Dawnbreaker Foundation
  • Delta Broadcasting System
  • Department of National Defense-Government Station
  • Eagle Broadcasting Corporation
  • End-Time Mission Broadcasting Service, Inc.
  • Exodus Broadcasting Company, Inc.
  • Far East Broadcasting Company (Phils), Inc.-Non-Commercial
  • FBS Radio Network, Inc.
  • Filipinas Broadcasting Network
  • First Love Broadcasting Network
  • First United Broadcasting Corporation
  • Franciscan Broadcasting Corporation
  • Golden Broadcast Professionals, Inc.
  • Goldlabel Broadcasting System
  • Good News Sorsogon Foundation, Inc.
  • GVM Radio/TV Corporation
  • GV Broadcasting System/Allied Broadcasting Center, Inc.
  • Hypersonic Broadcasting Center, Inc.
  • Iddes Broadcast Group, Inc.
  • Information Broadcast Unlimited, Inc.
  • Insular Broadcasting System, Inc.
  • Interactive Broadcast Media, Inc.
  • Intercontinental Broadcasting Corporation
  • Kaissar Broadcast Network, Inc.
  • Kalayaan Broadcasting System, Inc.
  • Mabuhay Broadcasting System, Inc.
  • Manila Broadcasting Company
  • Mareco Broadcasting Network
  • Mountain Province Broadcasting Corporation
  • Mountain View College (Adventist Radio Network) Non-Com
  • Mt. Apo Broadcasting System
  • Nation Broadcasting Corporation
  • National Council of Churches/Intermedia Philippines
  • Negros Broadcasting and Publishing Corporation
  • Newsounds Broadcasting Network, Inc.
  • Northeastern Broadcasting Service
  • Notre Dame Broadcasting Corporation
  • Our Lady’s Foundation, Inc.
  • Pacific Broadcasting System, Inc.
  • Palawan Broadcasting Corp.
  • PBN Broadcasting Network
  • PEC Broadcasting Corporation
  • Peñafrancia Broadcasting Corporation
  • People’s Broadcasting Service, Inc.
  • Philippine Broadcasting Corporation
  • Philippine Broadcasting Service/Bureau of Broadcast
  • Philippine Collective Media Corp.
  • Philippine Radio Corporation
  • Philippine Radio Educational and Information Center-Religious
  • Primax Broadcasting Network, Inc.
  • Progressive Broadcasting Corporation
  • Quest Broadcasting, Inc.
  • Radio Corporation of the Philippines
  • Radio Maria Foundation, Inc.
  • Radio Mindanao Network, Inc.
  • Radio Philippines Network, Inc.
  • Radio Sorsogon Network, Inc.
  • Radio Station DXMU-Educational
  • Radio Station DZUP-Educational
  • Radio Veritas-Global Broadcasting System
  • Radio, Inc. (Radio Audience Developers Integrated Org., Inc.)
  • Radioworld Broadcasting Corporation
  • Radyo Pilipino Corporation
  • Rajah Broadcasting Network, Inc.
  • Ranao Radio Broadcasting & TV System Corporation
  • Raven Broadcasting Corporation
  • Real Radio Network, Inc.
  • RMC Broadcasting Company, Inc.
  • R.T. Broadcast Specialist Phils. Inc.
  • Sarraga Integrated and Management (SIAM) Corp.
  • Satellite Broadcasting Inc.
  • Solidnorth Broadcasting System
  • Sorsogon Broadcasting Corporation
  • Soundstream Broadcasting Corporation
  • South Cotabato Communications Corporation
  • St. Jude Thaddeus Institute of Technology
  • Subic Broadcasting Corporation
  • Sulu Tawi-Tawi Broadcasting Foundation
  • Supreme Broadcasting System, Inc.
  • Swara Sug Media Corporation/Sonshine Media Network
  • Tagbilaran Broadcasting System, Inc.
  • Trans-Radio Broadcasting Corporation
  • TV5 Network Inc./ABC Development Corporation
  • Ultimate Entertainment, Inc.
  • Ultrasonic Broadcasting System, Inc.
  • UM Broadcasting Network
  • Vanguard Radio Network Co., Inc.
  • Vimcontu Broadcasting Corporation
  • Wave Network, Inc.
  • Westwind Broadcasting Corporation
  • Word Broadcasting Corporation
  • Zoe Broadcasting Network, Inc.




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