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DYET-TV (TV5 Channel-21 Cebu)
Cebu City
Branding TV5 Channel-21 Cebu
Slogan Para Sa'yo Kapatid
Channels Analog: 21 (UHF)
Affiliations TV5
Owner ABC Development Corporation
Founded 1992
Sister station(s) DYAN-TV (AksyonTV)
Transmitter power 100 kilowatts
Website www.tv5.com.ph

DYET-TV, channel 21, is a television station of Philippine television network ABC Development Corporation. Its studios and transmitter are located at Capitol Road, Camp Marina, Barangay Kalunasan, Cebu City. TV5 Cebu is the first ever UHF TV station in the Philippines after the shut-down of FEN-17 in 1991.

HistoryEdit

The station was opened after the reopening of ABC-5 Manila on April 1, 1992.

In 2011, the station will finally relaunch through a new transmitter for clearer signal, as well as launching a regional newscast entitled Aksyon Bisaya.[1]

Locally-produced programsEdit

Previous personalitiesEdit

  • Atty. Ruphil Banoc
  • Darlanne Sino-Cruz
  • Arnold Bustamante
  • Katreena Bisnar

Current personalitiesEdit

  • Atty. Frank Malilong, Jr.
  • Atty. Georgia Herrera
  • Titus Borromeo
  • Rosemarie Holganza-Borromeo
  • Dennis Tanoc
  • Jinky Bargio
  • Andrea Pateña
  • Ryan Sorote
  • Lesley Caminade-Vestil
  • Rey Pasaporte
  • King Perez

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

Template:Metro Cebu TV Template:ABC Visayas Template:TV5

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