Headline 13
Format News program
Created by Intercontinental Broadcasting Corporation
Developed by IBC News and Current Affairs
Presented by See anchors
Country of origin Philippines
Language(s) English (1989-1990)
Filipino (1990-1992)
Location(s) Broadcast City Quezon City
Running time 30 minutes
Original channel IBC-13
Picture format 480i, SDTV
Original run October 2, 1989 – October 30, 1990 (IBC-13) November 2, 1990 – March 20, 1992 (Islands TV-13)
August 1997 – November 28, 1998
Preceded by Balita sa IBC Huling Ulat
Bantay Balita
IBC TV X-Press
Followed by IBC News 5 O'Clock Report
The Eleven O'Clock News (Islands TV-13)
CTN Midnite

Headline 13 was a Flagship English language Late night newscast of Intercontinental Broadcasting Corporation from October 2, 1989 to September 28, 1990 was replaced by The Eleven O'Clock News in 1990 and the Filipino language newscast from 1990 to 1992

Aired historyEdit

The newscast premiered in 1989 replacing Balita sa IBC Huling Ulat was a first anchored TG Kintanar, and Katherine de Leon-Villar a English language newscast was replaced by The Eleven O'Clock News in 1990

in 1990 was a first Filipino newscast with Dave Santa-Ana, Lee Andres, and Vince Alingod in 1991 



  • Headline News
  • The National News
  • News on the Power
  • Business News
  • Foriegn Report
  • Sports News
  • Weather Report

See alsoEdit