Broadcast City is a television and radio broadcast center owned by the Philippine Government. It is located in Capitol Hills, Old Balara, Diliman, Quezon City. Broadcast City is the home of state-owned stations Radio Philippines Network, and Intercontinental Broadcasting Corporation. This is also the former home of the networks, Banahaw Broadcasting Corporation and Philippine Broadcasting Service (now located at the PIA Building). It was built in 1978 and founded by Roberto Benedicto and it was the most modern broadcast facility at that time.
It is reported to be modernized by 2010.