More than just videos...
Format Entertainment
Variety show
Created by Intercontinental Broadcasting Corporation
Laurenti Dyogi
Developed by IBC Entertainment TV
Directed by Mark Reyes
Creative director(s) Danny Jota
Presented by Cara Eriguel
Tom Taus
Theme music composer Marcus Davis
Opening theme DMZ-TV
remix by DJ MOD
Country of origin Philippines
Language(s) Filipino
No. of episodes n/a (airs Saturday nights)
Executive producer(s) Rowie Valencia
Lorna Feliciano
Producer(s) Lolita Ching
Location(s) Live Studio 2 IBC Studio, Broadcast City, Quezon City, Philippines
Running time 60 minutes
Original channel IBC
Picture format 480i (SDTV)
Original run July 18, 1998 – July 3, 2001
October 1, 2011 – September 28, 2013
External links
Program Site

DMZ-TV is a Philippine longest-running dance variety show broadcast by IBC and worldwide on Global IBC. The show broadcast from IBC studios at Broadcast City in Capitol Hills, Diliman, Quezon City. It is the television version of the FM radio station 89 DMZ and the longest-running "dance music" variety show format that landed on Philippine TV history and has been consistent top rater on IBC.

Hosted by Cara Eriguel and Tom Taus, with live bands, performers and dancers for the danze music zone has in-studio dance and song production numbers. Showcases today's young stars of the network, with 89 DMZ DJs on TV are The Sting and Kaye.

DMZ-TV is also simulcast over 89 DMZ, IBC's number 1 dance music FM radio station in Mega Manila.


More than just videos airing live every Saturday, the FM radio station of IBC goes into another dimension by setting the trend of variety show for dance music format. A first in Philippine broadcasting, the nation's #1 dance music station 89 DMZ airs simultaneously on radio and TV via its weekly "MTV style" variety show DMZ-TVIBC was producing a show with a similar concept.

From July 18, 1998, it was originally hosted by Lara Fabregas and Medwin Marfil of True Faith with their co-host are Rengie Galvez, JC Castro and Tone Wijangco with 89 DMZ jockey Celine Hoffman. Now, IBC's very own TV host, sexy actress, writer and dancer Cara Eriguel, ormer child star now currently the DJ and TV host Tom Taus and the dance prince Rodjun Cruz hosting for IBC's very own dance music show on Philippine television DMZ-TV, with 89 DMZ radio DJs can be seen on TV are The Sting and Kaye.

DMZ-TV that combines the power of dance music zone for listeners and viewers. Add spice to life, step us and hoof and deviate from your boring lifestyle while listen and groove the music in high-quality entertainment that energetic look, their studio used in old school for sparta consoles with the slide faders and push-button controls. In this show, Cara. Tom and Rodjun delivers the feel-good habit and the trends on the social media music scene along with some hip-hoppers, sexy girls and dancers hosted the show.

They will also feature the dance and songs in the playlists while prepare with live bands, performers and dancers from dance, hip-hop and R&B, disco, new wave, ballroom, tango, boogie, Latin music, K-POP, and much more in the music scene.

Since then, DMZ-TV became a hit every Saturday airing live on TV (IBC) and radio (89 DMZ) while it cater to the number of audiences from A-B-C classes (upscale) since the reception on October 1, 2011. The show made an instant hit climbed up the ratings chart in a matter of months and helped Channel 13 in more viewers and advertising revenues, the number 1 dance music show forming part of IBC's triumvirate of giant killers (with PBA and Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?) on Saturday primetime slot.


Main Host (IBC Studio)Edit

iDMZ 891 (Broadcast City LS 2) Edit



Former HostEdit

Production team Edit

  • Director: Mark Reyes
  • Executive In-Charge of Production: Ginny Monteagudo-Ocampo
  • In-Charge of Production: Gina P. Borinaga
  • Supervising Producer: Tessie Taylor
  • Executive Producers: Rowie O. Valencia and Lorna J. Feliciano
  • Creative Director: Danny Jota
  • Producers: Lolita Ching
  • Make-Up Artist: Rowena Legaspi

Timeslot Edit

  • August 22, 1998-March 6, 1999: Satruday 6:00-7:00 pm
  • March 9, 1999-November 7, 2000: Tuesday 8:00-9:00 pm
  • November 14, 2000-July 3, 2001: Tuesday 7:00-8:00 pm
  • October 1, 2011-January 18, 2014: Saturday 6:00-7:00 pm

Awards and NominationsEdit

PMPC Star Awards for TelevisionEdit

  • 29th PMPC Star Awards for Television (Best Female TV Host) - Won (Cara Eriguel)
  • 26th PMPC Star Awards for TV (Best Variety Show) - Nominated
  • 26th PMPC Star Awards for TV (Best Variety Show Host) - Won (Cara Eriguel and Tom Taus)
  • 25th PMPC Star Awards for TV (Best Variety Show) - Nominated

USTv Students Choice AwardsEdit

  • 8th USTv Students Choice Awards (Student's Choice of Variety Show) - Won

Asian TV AwardsEdit

  • 16th Asian Television Awards (Best Variety Show) - Won

KBP Golden Dove AwardsEdit

  • 2011 KBP Golden Dove Awards (Best Variety Show) - Won

Anak TV Seal AwardsEdit

  • 2011 Anak TV Seal Awardee (Most Favorite TV Programs) - Nominated


External linksEdit

See alsoEdit

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