|Branding||The Kapinoy Network|
(Kapinoy is a Tagalog term for "a member of the Pinoy")
|First air date||March 1, 1960; 56 years ago|
|Founded||by Dick Baldwin|
Andrés Soriano, Sr.
|Slogan||Pinoy Ang Dating! |
The Birthplace of Golden Age of Philippine Television
|TV stations||List of IBC stations|
|Market share||30.15% (Nielsen Urban National TAM January-August 2016)|
|Headquarters||Broadcast City, Capitol Hills, Diliman, Quezon City|
|Owner||Intercontinental Broadcasting Corporation|
Jose Avellana (Chairman)
|Launch date||March 1, 1960 (first air date)|
1970 (Color television)
February 1, 1975
February 11, 2015 (DTT)
October 3, 2015 (HDTV)
|Former names||Inter-Island TV-13 (1961-1975)
Islands TV-13 (1990-1992)
|Picture format||480i (SDTV)|
IBC (Intercontinental Broadcasting Corporation) is a Filipino commercial broadcast television network that is the flagship property of Intercontinental Broadcasting Corporation, a company owner of the Government Communications Group under the Presidential Communications Operations Office. The network is headquartered at Broadcast City in Capitol Hills, Diliman, Quezon City, with additional major offices and production facilities in over 25 major cities including Iloilo, Cebu, and Davao. IBC is referred to as "The Kapinoy Network", a Filipino word which mean the Filipino culture and the members of the Filipinos that bridging the nation, it introduced in 2012. It is the third television network in the country in terms of revenues, assets, privatization and international coverage.
IBC is the third and oldest television broadcaster in Southeast Asia and the oldest commercial television broadcaster in Asia. It is also the third leading television network in the Philippines with advertising revenues of almost 10 billion pesos for the fiscal year of 2014. IBC's third television broadcast was on March 1, 1960 as Inter-Island Broadcasting Corportion (DZTV Channel 13) from 1960 to 1975 and Islands TV 13 from 1990 to 1992, It is also the first television network in Southeast Asia to broadcast in color, the first television network in the Philippines to formally launched a digital terrestrial television service, and the first broadcast television network in the Philippines to formally launched in high-definition.
Today, the flagship television station of IBC is DZTV-TV (IBC-TV 13 Manila).The network operates across the Philippine archipelagos through IBC Regional division which controls 38 television stations. Its programs are also available outside the Philippines through the global subscription television channel Global IBC which is now available in over three million paying households worldwide as well as terrestrially in Guam through KEQI-LP. Since 2011, the network is on test broadcast for digital terrestrial television using the Japanese standard ISDB-T in select areas in the Philippines. On October 3, 2015, IBC started to broadcast in high-definition through its affiliate direct-to-home cable and satellite television providers.
From 1996-2003 and since 2011 at present, it is known for its weekend sports coverage of the flagship program PBA, the professional basketball league in the Philippines. IBC currently a proud member of the Kapisanan ng mga Brodkaster ng Pilipinas (KBP)
Beginnings as Inter-Island 13Edit
DZTV Channel 13 started broadcasts on March 1, 1960 at 6:30pm under the Inter-Island Broadcasting Corporation thru the tri-media conglomerate of RMN-IBC-Philippine Herald owned by Andrés Soriano, Sr., the then owner of San Miguel Corporation, and with the first and original studios are located at P. Guevarra Street, San Juan, Metro Manila (they were owned by Andres Soriano along with RMN Manila). The station had relay transmitters to bring its programs to viewers in Cebu and Davao. Dick Baldwin was the station's first owner, and programming first consisted of mostly foreign programs from CBS, and a few local shows. Andres would acquire the network in 1962.
In 1970 to 1972, IBC launched its color transmission system named "Vinta Color" named after the Vintas from Zamboanga, becoming the third network in the Philippines to convert to all-color broadcasts, after ABS-CBN and RPN. After the declaration of Martial Law, ABS-CBN veteran Ben Aniceto took over the station manager post of Channel 13 from 1973–1976.
Relaunch as Intercontinental Broadcasting CorporationEdit
On February 1, 1975, due to a constitutional limitation prohibiting the partnership of media by non-Filipinos or corporations not 100% Filipino owned, Inter-Island 13 split off from the Sorianos and Canoys (owners of RMN), and was renamed Intercontinental Broadcasting Corporation (IBC) and moved to Benedicto Group of Companies by the late Roberto S. Benedicto (1916–2000), who purchased the network consisting of the Mega Manila station and another relay station in Cebu and Davao. IBC also opened its FM station DWKB-FM the same year. Marking the relaunch, the network debuted its vinta logo, which would be used until 1978 in two iterations.
In 1976, IBC metamorphosed into one of the country's most viewed TV network with its primetime lineup and full length local and foreign films aired on this channel. This catapulted IBC in the number one slot among 4 rival networks, and also emphasized that the network became the birthplace of the Golden Age of Philippine Television. Through the blood and sweat of its employees and the income generated from its programs, the network built and finally moved into its present home at the modern Broadcast City, together with its sister networks RPN and BBC in July 1978. The complex was a 55,000 square metre tract located at Capitol Hills, Diliman, Quezon City. IBC manifested an enviable resilience in surviving the challenges. It marked the biggest, most progressive leap any network has ever made. Because of its station produced shows and co-production ventures, it penetrated a wider market. Thus, remarkable productivity surfaced with a acquisition of several provincial TV and radio stations. It was one of the most dominant networks in the days of president Ferdinand Marcos.
1986-1990: EDSA RevolutionEdit
After the EDSA Revolution, IBC, with 20 television stations that time, was sequestered by the government. A board of administrators was created to run the station. All of the stocks and assets of IBC, and its sister networks RPN-9 and BBC-2 were sequestered by the Presidential Commission on Good Government (PCGG).
President Corazon Aquino turned over IBC and RPN to the Government Communications Group and awarded BBC through an executive order to ABS-CBN Broadcasting Corporation. When BBC closed down, IBC absorbed majority of its displaced employees, thus doubled the operating expenses of the network. Cost of programs went up three-fold. Line-produced shows and co-production ventures with some big film companies like Viva, Regal, and Seiko were favored, aside from their station-produced programs. The top rated shows of IBC were pirated by rival networks. Cost of programs, talent fees and TV rights increased tremendously. IBC could no longer afford to produce its own shows.
In 1987, IBC 13 was also named as E13 for the first time and its slogan Life Begins at 13 noted for the butterfly logo in the form of the letter E and the number 13.
In July 1, 1989, E13 renamed back to IBC 13. IBC took on a new image at the same year, Pusong Pinoy, Pusong Trese (Heart of Filipino, Heart of Thirteen), to recapture the glory days it once had. But because of the sequestration, periodic change of management and the internal problems, the network started to lose the support from its advertisers.
1990-1992: Islands TV-13Edit
Islands Broadcast Corporation under Mr. Alfonso Denoga took over the management and the marketing of IBC (which came to be known as Islands TV-13) in August 1, 1990, when the time IBC 13 was dead last (#5) in the ratings. It was in the later part of its operations that ratings and income suffered due to mismanagement which caused labor unrest. In March 1993, the Makati RTC issued the court order stopping Islands for being the marketing and sales agent of IBC due to unpaid financial obligations to the network as the contract of Islands expired in February 28, 1993. 
1992-1998: Return of OperationsEdit
In October 3, 1992, Islands TV-13 was renamed back as IBC and became a 100% government owned station by virtue of a compromise agreement between PCGG and Roberto Benedicto, management and marketing were returned to the IBC Board of Directors. The programming remained at a standstill in preparation for the launching of a new image of the station.
It was on May 27, 1994 when IBC launched its new slogan Pinoy Ang Dating (The Coming of Filipino, literally translated as Filipino styled) with a Filipino-like visually enticing music video (with Grace Nono as the composer and singer of the same song), an innovation in terms of station identification. Despite limited resources, programming improved but the battle for audience share continued. Advertisers became more responsive to marketing efforts. The said ident won the Gawad CCP Award for Best Station Identification in the said year.
In 1996, Vintage Enterprises transferred to IBC as part of the launching of Vintage Television (VTV), a primetime slot that aired on IBC with PBA on VTV, Blow by Blow and other Vintage Sports-produced programs after leaving another government-owned station, People's Television Network (PTV). In the same year, IBC bring back its glorious years in the 1970s and 1980s and regained its foothold in Philippine TV ratings, from dead last (#5) to being number 3 at that time. Rehabilitation of the transmitter and other technical facilities where initiated in the network's flagship and provincial stations. At the same time, IBC also installed a new Harris 60-kilowatt transmitter for clearer TV reception, and utilized the services of the APSTAR 1 Satellite for a broader international reach.
1998-2011: At the top: IBC climb regains in dominanceEdit
On July 1, 1998, veteran actress Boots Anson-Roa (replacing Gemiliano Templo) served as the president and general manager of the network, who appointed by the administration of then President-elect Joseph Estrada. In July 13, 1998, the network has been reinvented its Filipino news program Express Balita (originally known as IBC Express Balita from 1998 to January 4, 2002), which become the national flagship newscast. The same day, it made a return of Filipino language late night news broadcast with the news program IBC Balita Ngayon, the third Filipino-language late-night newscast after 8 years of hiatus (with Balita sa IBC: Huling Ulat from 1986 to 1989 and Headline Trese from 1989 to 1990). As the newscast fasten to higher than its English newscasts, all networks start to follow including GMA Network in November 1998, ABS-CBN in 1999, Radio Philippines Network in 2000, National Broadcasting Network in 2001 and Associated Broadcasting Company in 2004.
In 2000, Viva Entertainment's subsidiary Viva Television led by Viva chairman and CEO Vic del Rosario, Jr. acquired Vintage Enterprises (including VTV on IBC primetime block) from the Velez family and changed its name to Viva TV, the primetime sports and entertainment block on IBC (5 to 11 p.m. (6 hours) on weeknights, 5 p.m. to 12 midnight (7 hours) on Saturdays and 3:30 to 11 p.m. (7.5 hours) on Sundays) launched on February 20, 2000 with PBA on Viva TV. Aside from that, IBC unveiled the primetime slot (7 to 9 p.m. on Monday, 8 to 9 p.m. on Tuesday, and 11 p.m. to 12 midnight from Monday to Friday) to boost our programming and producing the station-produced programs (IBC Express Balita (4:30 p.m. from Monday to Friday), Ronda Trese (11 p.m. from Monday to Friday), Good Take (11:30 p.m. on Monday), DMZ-TV (8 p.m. on Tuesday) and Last Fool Show (11:30 p.m. on Friday). It gave the station a boost in the ratings game, IBC remained the number three TV network in the country, a position in viewership at present.
In November 2000, Viva TV on IBC begin to produce the local version of game shows are Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? (hosted by Christopher de Leon from 2000 to 2002, now with Drew Arellano since 2010 at present), now the longest-running game show on Philippine TV (produced by IBC) since 2000 and The Weakest Link (hosted by Edu Manzano) in 2001.
In February 9, 2001, Lito Balquiedra became the president of the network, replacing Roa when she running for senator. However, Lito was replaced by Renato Bello as the president in July 1, 2001. In July 2001, Viva TV on IBC began to air the Mexican telenovelas Maria del Cielo (premiered in July 21) and Por Un Beso on primetime (premiered in September 10) and Carita de Angel on daytime (premiered in September 12) after the success of telenovelas the are two top networks GMA Network and ABS-CBN in their programming lineup and introducing the popular Tagalog dubbed anime series in Japan like Akazukin Chacha, Crayon Shin Chan and Cyborg Kurochan which airs on the evening slot. In August 8, 2001, it announced that Cerge Remonde appointed as the chairman and chief executive officer (CEO) of the network.
On January 1, 2002, IBC launched its new logo and its new slogan New Face, New Attitude with a new station ID.
In December 14, 2003, Viva TV on IBC primetime block went off the air after Viva decided did not renew a blocktime agreement with IBC to air the primetime block Viva TV due to high blocktime costs and low ratings. The Main Event is the only program which still airs in IBC recently, as it became part of TV5 sports programming block AKTV, making Viva Sports own a mere 20% of the block. In July 16, 2012, Viva TV went back on the air after a 9 years hiatus and resulted as the 24-hour all-Filipino general entertainment channel on cable and satellite, Viva TV has been available on most major cable/satellite systems in the Philippines distributed by Viva Entertainment.
On December 12, 2003, IBC launched again its new logo and its new slogan Ang Bagong Pilipino (The New Filipino) with a freestyle station ID.
In late 2007, IBC management inked a deal with the Makisig Network, led by Hermie Esguerra. Makisig was accepted as a primetime block-timer of IBC. However, Makisig Network's programs were not aired due to questions on the propriety of the terms and conditions of the agreement. Said agreement expired in October 2008.
Abandonment and privatizationEdit
After four decades of serving the network's dominance and entertainment programing, IBC-13's studios and facilities are already upgraded during their network's management. The studio equipment, cameras, lightning and props while cash and budgets will also afford to utilize radio-TV operations. Their programming and airtime were gained from a network war in the late 1980s and the 1990s and many employees lost their jobs. The network suffered more than 800 milion pesos worth of backwages to its employees, some of them are old-timers or those who worked in the network since the 1980s.
At present, IBC has 200 regular employees as of 2016, while 29 of those are talents or in a "contractual basis", particularly from the news and public affairs and entertainment production.
The management tried to revive the ill-fated network during the 5 administrations span for 30 years (Aquino, Ramos, Estrada, Arroyo, Aquino III).
There were many plans to sell and privatize IBC and its sister station RPN. TV network ABS-CBN was planning to buy the network's blocktime to address signal problems and mimic the former's programs. However, ABS-CBN could not join the privatization bid due to ownership regulations.
IBC has entered into a joint venture agreement with Prime Realty, an affiliate of R-II Builders Group of Reghis Romero Jr. The agreement called for the development of 3.5 hectares of Broadcast City. With this joint venture agreement with a private business enterprise, the Aquino administration expressed its desire to privatize both RPN and IBC and retain the People's Television (PTV) as a sole-mandated government TV network.
2011-2013: Relaunch as The Kapinoy Network gaining its dominanceEdit
IBC signed a blocktime agreement with TV5's sports division Sports5 to air live sports coverage via its sports programming AKTV. It was launched last June 5, 2011, with the AKTV Run held outside SM Mall of Asia in Bay City, Pasay. At the same day, IBC launched a new logo and slogan Where the Action Is! to reflect the change.
In October 2011, IBC saw the return to airing and became the home of the Philippines' basketball league Philippine Basketball Association (PBA), which was return for the network after 8 years of hiatus and beginning in the 2011-12 season, as part of Sports5's newest partnership with the league.
Eric Canoy appointed as the chairman of IBC at the time. The new management introduced many changes including a stronger news and public affairs division, high-quality entertainment, modernization of its broadcast equipment, and the acquisition of broadcast rights of Philippine Basketball Association games via Sports5. Additionally, it also relaunched a new advertising campaign and long-time slogan, Pinoy Ang Dating!, which emphasized the new lineup as being more distinct and new than being aired by its competitors at the time.
For its re-imaging, the new network executives led by Lito Ocampo Cruz coined a new slogan for IBC: Where the Action Is!. The slogan was conceived at the height of the "network wars" behind ABS-CBN and GMA Network, which mirrored each other's programming for ratings supremacy. IBC aimed to their practice done by both networks by coming up with different shows with fresh formats to complement its flagship program PBA.
In July 1, 2012, the present advertising campaign, branding and slogan, Kapinoy (literally means "a member of the Pinoy"), which it believes reaffirms the network's commitment to quality Kapinoy programming that will foster the morals and values that are ostensibly upheld in many Filipino culture, families and children.
In 2012, IBC won the '"Best TV Station" award at the 26th PMPC Star Awards for Television, with several other programs on the network also earning awards in their respective categories.
2013: IBC at 53Edit
By 2013, IBC is a popud member of Kapisanan ng mga Brodkaster ng Pilipinas (KBP) to promote membership. In 2013, IBC turned 53rd year anniversary since March 1, 1960. In a statement released in April 11, 2013, MediaQuest chairman Manny Pangilinan announced that AKTV will no longer renew the blocktime agreement in May due to high costs, and there has been doubts about the future of the network, although the PBA games is the only Sports5-produced program airing on IBC at present. However, according to a news article dated September 26, 2012, former IBC chairman Eric Canoy hinted that in pursuant to AO 26 which restored its archives, hopefully IBC could reair them as IBC Classics.
IBC also beefed up their news programs with Express Balita, anchored by Snooky Serna-Go and TG Kintanar, and News Team 13, anchored by Jay Sonza and Amelyn Veloso. Other reputable news programs followed, such as Snooky and Bitag are the public service shows and the top-rating talk shows like Joey & Teysi and Showbiz Star. The entertainment programs of IBC were also beefed up with a mix of programs producing homegrown shows made an impact on Filipino viewers (TODAS Kids, Lunch Break, The Weakest Link, Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?, T.O.D.A.S,, Born to be a Superstar, KapinoyLand, Whattaboys, It's Partytime, Safe In The Arms Of Love, Maya Loves Sir Chief, Dear Heart, Superstar Circle, Frijolito, Carita de Angel, Abra Gayuma, etc.) and the home of the PBA and NBA basketball. The popular anime series in Japan including Cyborg Kurochan, Kirarin, Kuroko's Basketball and Time Quest on the surgence of hit animés on Philippine television. The network has also gained popularity with a hit telenovela La Madrastra and a hit Koreanovela Glory Jane. The top networks are ABS-CBN and GMA Network forced to include Mexican telenovelas, animes and asianovelas to their programming lineup.
2014-present: Ito'ng Bagong Channel 13 and privatization bidsEdit
IBC chairman Eric Canoy stepped down from his position after four years on December 31, 2013 as the last day before the new year as he resumed as the chairman of the Radio Mindanao Network (including the flagship UHF TV station BEAM 31). He was replaced by Jose Avellana, who appoined as the new chairman of IBC beginning January 1, 2014. The network begin to target a demographic range of audience by apealing the masses, male audience for sports on weekend (NBA and PBA) and Pinoy action movies (Sunday Sinemaks), and younger viewers for children, teenagers and young adults. Known for their programming, innovative promotions and trend-setting on-ground activities and events, as they complemented by the Kapinoy campaign. On January 4, 2014, IBC begins its digital broadcast on digital terrestrial television.
The same year, IBC became the award-winning TV station for the KBP Golden Dove Awards, Anak TV Seal Awards, PMPC Star Awards for TV, Gawad Tanglaw Awards, among others, with several other programs on the network also earning awards in their respective categories.
In time for the station's 54th anniversary, in 2014, IBC launched the new corporate slogan and tagline Ito'ng Bagong Channel 13 with the station's new jingle performed by the Asia's young singing diva Anja Aguilar and the launch of several new shows such as the phenomenal fantasy series Janella in Wonderland which started the trend of fantaserye genre of IBC made popular after regained its footing than the giant networks, as well as Tasya Fantasya, the return of Love Notes, The Million Second Quiz, Maghihintay Sa'yo, Friends 4Ever, Dingdong n' Lani, Anna Luna, Gaya ng Dati and Only Me and You; a revamped of their major programs for feel-good viewing habit including the daily noontime variety show APO Tanghali Na!, the daily morning show Pilipinas, Gising Ka Na Ba? and the Sunday youth-oriented musical variety show Hey it's Fans Day!; a new look for their flagship news programs Express Balita and News Team 13, and the return of CelebrityDATCom.
Aside from PBA on weekends, IBC acquired Filipino broadcast rights of the 2014 Winter Olympics and 2014 Summer Youth Olympics. By that virtue, IBC has been named as the Olympic Network in the Philippines.
In a surge of phenomenal growth at the height of the "network wars", IBC earned a reputation as The Superstar Network under the network's chairman Jose Avellana and Boots Anson-Roa who served as President and CEO, and acquired a new franchise to opeate under Republic Act 10586 signed by the President Noynoy Aquino III.
IBC successfully launched the first-ever Kapinoy Viewers Choice Awards in an effort to strengthen its presence in Asia with the biggest honor annual awards giving body recognizing the outstanding programming produced by the several TV networks, movies and music in the Philippines every year brought honors this year's biggest TV personalities voted by kids and teenagers through text and online voting in which viewers select their favorites in television, movies and sports.
Through the years, the company had created so many programs especially for Filipinos. In fact, on the 54th year of celebrating the Philippine television history improved the network started to producing local programs for viewing pleasure, the company is IBC's winning streak of dominance produced some of three primetime series namely, the top-rating fantaserye Janella in Wonderland, the top-rating teleserye Maghihintay Sa'yo and the kilig-serye Only Me and You increased more popularly of the station become the huge success. There were so many superstars who received break to work because of this huge company. The huge number of talents became popular is this huge company to help rising stars. Express Balita and News Team 13 are also the top-rating news programs of the network. The network is also airing the hit animes, sentai and tokusatsu from Japan. The network also has their several comedy programs on Philippine television such as TODAS Kids, Maya Loves Sir Chief and T.O.D.A.S. It also has franchised programs made in popular like the top-rated game shows Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? and The Million Second Quiz, and the reality show for singing contest Born to be a Superstar captivated the hearts of Filipino people to gain popularly and increase in viewers with high ratings compared to other networks and the home of the National Basketball Association (NBA) and the Philippine Basketball Association (PBA) managed to rise as the certified number 3 network in the country.
IBC recently signed a memorandum of agreement with the Asian Television Content Corporation under Engr. Reynaldo Sanchez as the major blocktimer of the station. ATC @ IBC launched their programs include the Australian kid-oriented show Hi-5, two Mexican telenovelas The Two Sides of Ana (Dalawang Mukha ni Ana) and La Teniente, and ONE FC as well as their new newest programs (ATC @ IBC) under IBC News Network (INN) will premiered last June 2, 2014. However, on August 31, 2014, programs under ATC @ IBC 13 block (INN) suddenly no longer aired on the network, possibly due to poor ratings and lack of advertisers' support.
PCOO Secretary Herminio Coloma, Jr. said in a Senate budget hearing for the PCOO last September 3, 2014 that the network will not sell the network because it is still privatized before President Aquino stepping down in the office in 2016 and keeping PTV-4 as the government TV network while RPN and IBC are currently gained the number 3 spot. Process of the privatization will be managed by the Governance Commission for Government-Owned or -Controlled Corporations thru the Development Bank of the Philippines. Business tycoon Manny V. Pangilinan is one of the possible bidders for the privatization in which TV5 (a media company under PLDT's MediaQuest Holdings through ABC Development Corporation), despite expiration of blocktime agreement in 2013 (AKTV), is still using IBC's Broadcast City facilities for sports events, including its 2014 FIBA Basketball World Cup coverage. However, MediaQuest also could not join the privatization bid due to ownership rules and regulations that MediaQuest owns TV5 and AksyonTV, although Sports5-produced PBA games continue to air on IBC (for Saturday and Sunday only) at present.
On September 12, 2015, IBC signed a partnershp with Secarats Talent Management Services (STMS), the premier supplier of talents on TV, film, commercial, print ads and offer quality, effective, innovative and affordable training for singing, dance, modeling and acting workshop, under the leadership of the owner Francis Custodio Abuan Jr. This happened after Secarats resuced the proposal of the former media partner PTV to transfer their young stars of the network that causing controversy. Since then, Secarats gained itself as the line producer and production partner of IBC.
In October 2015, Laurenti Dyogi left his position as the head of IBC Entertainment TV as a result he was returned to ABS-CBN as the returning TV Production Head after 3 years. He was replaced by Wilma Galvante as the network's new Entertainment Head of IBC in October 3, 2015. She retired was officially leaving her post as the Entertainment Head of TV5 and she returned to her position and this time as she head for IBC.
After the major revamp, IBC introduced its new shows for the 4th quarter of 2015 and 1st quarter of 2016 during the network's trade launch. Included in the lineup of new shows of IBC under Secarats are the first-ever local adaptation of Korean drama Glory Jane featuring the Mall Princess and STMS premier talent Cherryz Mendoza, the TV adaptation of Mars Ravelo classic Roberta featuring Carleen Sky Aclan and Secarats-produced programs with the likes of the Secarats Artist Group young artists performed in the youth-oriented musical variety show Hey it's Fans Day! began in January 17, 2016. Aside from new shows of IBC under Secarats, the network will continue to produce the fantaserye genre produced by IBC, including the mermaid-themed fantasy series Syrena. In January 16, 2016, the secondary slogan Ito'ng Bagong Channel 13 was dropped from the brand and retain the long-running slogan and tagline Pinoy Ang Dating!.
Included in the lineup of new shows are the newest incarnation of Ang Panday, the return of Diether Ocampo and Claudine Barretto's tandem and Viva-produced programs with the likes of MTV Pinoy's Top 20 Pilipinas. New shows will start to air between November 2015 and February 2016.
In January 2016, President Benigno Aquino III, through the Governance Commission for Government-owned and -controlled corporation (GCG) appoved the planned privatization of IBC and remained the number 3 in viewership. The privatization will be undergo public bidding with an estimated floor price of 10 billion pesos. The proceeds of the bidding will be for the increase of state-owned PTV-4's capital to upgrade and modernize their broadcast capabilities. The Development Bank of the Philippines will be the financial adviser for the privatization. Incoming PCOO secretary Martin Andanar has already forwarded the privatization plan to President Rodrigo Duterte's executive secretary Salvador Medialdea. Andanar will also coordinate with the GCG before the start of the bidding.
On November 18, 2016, IBC created a sports division, IBC Sports, licensing its PBA and NBA basketball, along with boxing and cockfighting. This will form IBC Sports brand, that will air on IBC and IBC News Network.
Despite the privatization process and financial struggles within the management under the Duterte administration, IBC 13 continues to be on top as one of the Top 3 television networks in the country with male and younger viewers dominated the audience reach due to the phenomenal weeknight ratings game of the top-rating primetime superserye Mars Ravelo's Captain Barbell and the network's weekend broadcast of the Philippine Basketball Association via IBC Sports. The network celebrated their 57th anniversary under the management of Jose Avellana as the chairman in coincide with their trade launch of the newest shows for 2017 held at the Bonifacio Global City Open Field in Taguig City last November 25, 2016.
The privatization process of IBC 13 will be commenced anytime in 2017. As of December 2016, five groups have already showed their interest to join the bidding process. These are Ramon Ang of San Miguel Corporation and the groups of former IBC chairman (and current RMN-BEAM chairman and CEO) Eric Canoy and former Ilocos Sur governor Chavit Singson, Dennis Uy of Phoenix Petroleum and William Lima, a businessman from Davao.
As of March 2017, IBC currently operated on a high powered signal and continues to broadcast from cable and satellite providers. According to data from Kantar Media Philippines, IBC currently gained its foothood in Philippine TV ratings game as the network retained the #3 spot among 5 rival networks.
Property venture issuesEdit
On June 2, 2015, the Philippine Crusader for Justice (PCJ), led by Joe Villanueva, filed a petition to the Supreme Court of the Philippines to nullify the joint venture agreement between IBC and Primestate/R-II Builders for the development of 3.5 hectares of Broadcast City, after the Office of the Ombudsman found the contract to be disadvantageous to the government. The Ombudsman filed a graft case in 2013 against former IBC executives and Primestate.
Branding of IBCEdit
The IBC new logo featuring more colorful look of the Kapinoy network three letter elements, I is red, B is green and C is blue in the colors. The 3 divisions of the Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao, which is made reflecting new color letters with the new Pinoy-esque hat cultural.
IBC introduced an innovation to the channel 13 logo from 1960 to 1992. At first, the channel 13 logo is introduced into Inter-island TV-13, in the Soriano family. Since 1987, it begin with new 13 logo with Life Begin at 13 slogans and 1989, IBC relaunched with the new image as Pusong Pinoy, Pusong Trese.
The evolution of IBC logosEdit
The IBC corporate logo started from the Inter-Islands Broadcasting Corporation (Inter-Islands TV-13) for the graphic element and original that was conceptualized in 1961. In 1975 become Inter-Islands TV-13 split, the original logo was mofidied the Intercontinental Brodcasting Cororation.
In December 2003 in the christmas day, the new logo with the old bank gothic typeface and toy building blocks with red for children, green for entertainment and blue for news and public affairs with the new colors in favor. The new logo of the 2011 logo, appeared on the new italiczed typeface, in-motion oval and craftily spliced letter B slash number 13 with a cold-icy, all-blue glass appearance. The previous logo, which heralded IBC as the number 3 TV network in the country gave way to the present logo's styling. The design of the stylized 13 is a descendant of the one found in the station logo design used in the 1970s and 1980s and 1990s in which they called Kapinoy for the Pinoy, in the same of Kapamilya for the family and Kapuso for the hearts.
IBC slogan theme songsEdit
|1986-1987||Basta Pinoy sa Trese|
|1987-1989||Life Begins at 13||Tito Sotto, Vic Sotto and Joey de Leon|
|1989-1990||Pusong Pinoy, Pusong Trese||Composed by George Canseco|
|1990-1992||The Best of Shows are Here, Islands TV 13||Sheryl Cruz|
|1994-1998, 1999-2001||Pinoy Ang Dating||Grace Nono|
|2014-present||Pinoy Ang Dating||Anja Aguilar|
All these mega-events of the location every year of the station. Campus activities, school fairs, rallies, concerts and other announcements.
- Kapinoy Viewers Choice Awards
- Summer Kapinoy Fest
- Kapinoy Live: Fans Day Caravan
- Mall Tour Kapinoy
- Kapinoy Caravan
- Homecoming Kapinoy
- Radyo Budyong OB Van Radio Booth
- Tulong Kapinoy in Metro Manila and in key cities around the Philippines
The majority of the programs shown on the network are created by IBC Entertainment TV division under the unit of Ginny Monteagudo-Ocampo. IBC Entertainment TV is responsible for original programs ranging from musical and variety shows, lifestyle and showbiz talk shows, gag shows and sitcoms. Original and adapted TV series and drama anthologies are produced by IBC, the sole children's educational program produced by IBC Foundation, Inc., while news, public service and documentary programs are produced by IBC News and Current Affairs. IBC also acquires and syndicates program formats from abroad most of which are game and reality shows. Sports programs of IBC that includes the professional basketball leagues are the National Basketball Association (NBA) via Solar Sports and the Philippine Basketball Association (PBA) via IBC Sports. The remaining airtime of IBC is dedicated to acquired anime series from Japan, cartoons from the United States, and filler programs such as Korean dramas (under TreseBella banner) and animated movies from the United States and other countries, and Pinoy movies. IBC also shows TV specials, sporting and awarding events, as well as and the special coverage from the government such as SONA and election coverage Hatol ng Bayan.
Most of its programs are broadcast live and taped in its Broadcast City located in Capitol Hills, Diliman, Quezon City IBC currently programs 22 hours of programming per day. It provides the prime time programming per week to its owned and affiliated stations: 6 hours of weeknight programming from 5:30-11:30 p.m. on Mondays to Fridays, 10 hours of primetime from 10:00-2:00 a.m. on Saturdays, and 9.5 hours of primetime from 3:00-12:30 a.m. on Sundays. Programming is also provided from 4:00-2:00 a.m. on Weekdays in the form of Pilipinas, Gising Ka Na Ba? ng Bayan; the daily noontime variety show APO Tanghali Na!, early afternoon drama (Hapom Ang Dating block), early and late-evening news program, Express Balita and News Team 13, respectively; primetime programing through its Primetime Ang Dating block; late night current affairs shows produced by its news and current affairs department. It also provuded from 4:30-2:00 a.m. on Weekends in the form of the network's weekend primetime broadcast of the Philippine Basketball Association via IBC Sports.
- Note: Their entertainment programs (fantasy, drama, comedy, talk, variety, game and reality) are produced by IBC under the unit of Ginny Monteagudo-Ocampo, while news, public service and documentary programs are produced by IBC News and Current Affairs. Meanwhile, the weekend broadcast of the PBA games every Saturday and Sunday under IBC Sports.
In 2014, IBC launched a new set of programs which are more focused on dramas, light entertainment and sports programming under Ito'ng Bagong Channel 13 campaign resulted as the ratings improved. Also, the network saw the launch of Nickelodeon on IBC block.
IBC's entertainment programming produced by the network under the business unit head Ginny Monteagudo-Ocampo and entertainment head Wilma Galvante, and the co-production venture of Viva Television. In September 12, 2015, the appointment of STMS founder and head Francisco Abuan, Jr. joined IBC family allowing them for Secarats Talent Management Services named as the line producer and production partner of IBC. New shows for 2016 were also launched by IBC together with Secarats in November 18, 2015.
In 2016, the network's ratings improved as they launched the Primetime Ang Dating and Weekend Ang Dating programming blocks under the helm of the Chief Entertainment Content Officer, Wilma Galvante.
At present, IBC retained the traditional dramas and fantaseryes on weeknights along with game show, an early evening and late-night news programs and entertainment news under the network's Primetime Ang Dating evening programming block while its weekend primetime programming to cater more audiences from sports (PBA), comedy, drama anthology, reality and variety shows and the late-night Tagalog movies under the network's Weekend Ang Dating primetime block.
On its reception from 1977 until 1988, IBC reached the number 1 television network in the country, broadcasting a variety of programs that are socially relevant, entertaining, informative and commercially viable metamorphosed into one of the country's most viewed TV network with showing the full length Tagalog films and its primetime lineup with hits like Iskul Bukol, TODAS, Sic O'Clock News, Goin' Bananas, Chicks to Cicks, Seeing Stars with Joe Quirino, Kulit Bulilit, Eh Kasi, Babae!, CUTE (Call Us Two Entertainment), See True, Ula ang Batang Gubat, Pinoy Thriller and The Sharon Cuneta Show catapulted IBC ranked behind the number one slot among the 4 television networks.
Since its inception in 1996, IBC is reaching the strong number 3 most-watched television network among the competiton with the two leading TV networks ABS-CBN and GMA Network, according to the Kantar Media Philippines survey when it began the NBA and PBA games. Upon this 2010, TNS/Kantar Media Philippines will begin with the media research, although audience measurement. It also gained its rating on their primetime block with the most watched of it is the PBA games. The network made in competition with the two giant networks ABS-CBN and GMA Network, it gained popularity upon airing the local version of the top-rating franchise game show Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? lead the ratings game. Most especially, it rose to the occasion by its reality singing search show Born to be a Superstar. The primetime news program Express Balita became the most-watched prmetime newscast in the country. But upon this year 2014, it gained more popular when it begin to producing and airing the first ever fantaserye Janella in Wonderland.
At turn of the first decade of the country, the competition is up against its closest competitors with ABS-CBN and GMA Network. Moreover, the data released by AGB Nielsen survey show the Mega Manila data, which favors GMA in Mega Manila ratings while Kantar Media releases the Total Philippines ratings (National Urban and Rural Households), which favors ABS-CBN and IBC.
Today, the programming competion continues in the production of numerous IBC shows in the top against its rival network ABS-CBN and GMA Network based on the date of Kantar Media survey. The production of various shows were up to par with its two giant networks, the first ever primetime fantaserye Janella in Wonderland which started to lead the ratings game and became a hit, with an overnight rating of 36.2%, the highest rating for a pilot episode and the first fantaserye to gained 31.1% ratings, The PBA games which maintained its weekend primetime supremacy every Saturday and Sunday nights; to be followed by the local version of the US hit game show Who Wants to be a Millionaire? got 35.9% record rating making it the Philippine game show to achieve the highest ratings in IBC’s history as the top-rater, Maya Loves Sir Chief which became a huge success of the Saturday primetime feel-good habit sitcom with 29.8%, and Viva-produced singing reality-talent competition Born to be a Superstar which became a hit with 33.2% contributed to IBC lead in Mega Manila.
Since then, the two top networks ABS-CBN and GMA Network are in tight competition while the number 3 slot now also joined by IBC, TV5 and RPN for the audience share that a much improving battle of dominance in the race which puts all TV shows to a strong test of network war.
According to Kantar Media Philippines, IBC makes a big milestone for as it recaptures Mega Manila and nationwide with an audience share of 30 percent vs. ABS-CBN's 50 percent and GMA's 42 percent. It also got a whooping 25 percent audience share vs. ABS-CBN's 50 percent and GMA's 31 percent on the national ratings. IBC leads in Metro Manila with 26 percent vs. ABS-CBN's 43 percemnt and GMA's 34 percent.
The network currently leads in both Kantar Media and AGB Nielsen, with ABS-CBN being reported to have 28.5% market share in Kantar Media compared to ABS CBN's 45% and GMA's 33%, also and 25.3% market share in AGB nielsen compared to GMA's 33.1%, ABS-CBN's 30.3%, TV5's 27.4% and RPN's 21.7%, both in March 2014. Thus, IBC is currently the number three television network in the country.
IBC Regional is the provincial network division of IBC. It is responsible for simultaneously airing most of the shows seen on IBC's flagship station in the provinces. IBC Regional has several stations in each region outside Mega Manila to ensure nationwide coverage. The local stations also produce their own newscasts which air prior to Express Balita and other local programming which air on Sundays. IBC Regional glorified its roots while reaching out wider audience in 2011, consistently building on local content and developing infrastructure to deliver better service and cement its position as the top-rating regional network in the country.
In recent years, IBC has been involved in several controversies involving its subsidiaries and programming.
Broadcast City is SuspendedEdit
Broadcast City was suspended by the Movie and Television Review and Classification Board (MTRCB). The IBC management and IBC Board of Directors was suspended from the reporters of IBC News and Current Affairs are Dave Llavanes Jr., Pia Castro and Greg Gregorio becoming the suspended reporters for 20 weeks and 20 months a year. The reporters are Dave Llavanes Jr. and Greg Gregorio are they harsh and vengeful verbal responses to fake Mike Arroyo is angry and very mad on its live broadcast of the network suspension.
Arroyo also filled additional reporter against Jeffrey Zaide prosecutors action police denied the charges as gentleman Mike Arroyo to against killing debt-fee demanded killing 50 focked people tampered. The suspended of privatization in Broadcast City to kill the burning fire among the two sequestered stations are Radio Philippines Network and Intercontinental Broadcasting Corporation were the location suspension.
The MTRCB suspended the IBC news reporters from two weeks of July 22-August 2, 2013 to the suspension location killers. Channel 13 is questioning the agency's action, declaring that threaten the freedom of the press. The brawl behind that Vice-President Lito Ocampo Cruz decision to suspend IBC Board of Directors.
The suspended in a privatization for IBC was sequestered by the government of PCGG will compare to suspension of the Movie and Television Review and Classification Board (MTRCB) plans to suspended which the rumors and deniedto kill and burning the Broadcast City in Quezon City office was prematurely filed. Since were not be sold to the network and even the privatization afloat in this time.
Some of the studio equipments, cameras, lightning and props in cash and budgets in the radio-TV operations of programming and airtime of them privatized.
Kapinoy Network against ABS-CBNEdit
In July 2013, Intercontinental Broadcasting Corporation filed a lawsuit against the management of ABS-CBN Corporation, the leading conglomerate media company of violating the suspension of the Movie and Television Review and Classification Board (MTRCB).
IBC argues restriction of foreign wentities to operate and owns a Filipino company especially on the broadcast media company. IBC dispites ABS-CBN that it was established to nurd the anti-network laws.
Police Rubout at IBC TowerEdit
It became famous after exposing a police rubout on February 20, 2014 at 7:00pm on the evening when it became the media company under the Media ng Bayan to cover a police rubout incident right in front of its broadcast building to shot the gun an burn the fire in IBC Tower located at the Coca Cola plant, Roosevelt Avenue, San Francisco Del Monte, Quezon City, Philippines, an industrial section in the city of Mega Manila at is the privatization with the subject of a sequestion case of the Supreme Court them caught in the act of firing shots and killed at car passengers murdered by the Philippine National Police.
The PNP claimed it was a shootout against carjackers. However, there was too much evidence to the contrary as it was in fact a broadcast rubout. This is substantiated by several eye-witnesses, including a video recording from IBC (a local sequestered TV station who happened to be filming at the time), to forensic reports, and the evidence that has yet to unfold into yet another underground cavern.
The Kapinoy Network proved it was a rubout and also recorded the cops planting guns and stolen license plates in the trunk of the sedan, before calling the media. They shot to kill the privatization efforts of the studios and had no interest in saving their lives. IBC's footage became the vital evidence and accidents for a case filed on the Philippines' Commission on Human Rights.
Wreck the fire in privatization while burned the fire in Broadcast City hit the basementEdit
The network's basement of Broadcast City was on fire around 8:30pm around Thursday evening at the date on March 31, 2014, temporarily wrecking them off powers in building and interrupting when the people is angry and mad at the killing of technical operation to broke out the privatization of the Philippine government with the subject of a sequestion case of the Supreme Court in wreck fire was boomed that is going to be fair to all of the employees and to the government that owns all shares in the corporation.
We are currently assessing the damage that has temporarily affected our operations destroyed the efforts of privatization. Among the government-sequestered stations Intercontinental Broadcasting Corporation (IBC) and Radio Philippines Network (RPN) was denided by the killer wreck of privatization
The angry mop are miserable that the Broadcast City was destroyed, and then leave to find another hideout, and accidentally fall into another pit privatized.
We assure our viewers and the public that measures are being taken to restore normal operations and the planned privatization at the possible time could threaten the independence and freedom of the broadcast industry affecting its operation and even its rumored TV reception were in place, enforced, and ultimately effective, could this benefit rival networks in the Kantar Media ratings. The angry and mad mop then slams the window shut, causing Broadcast City to fall to pieces are the worst ever at yelling.
Several electrical panels were burned and firemen had to use breathing apparatus to put out the blaze in the second level parking basement, said Ruby Tuason, deputy district fire marshal in Quezon City in a power supply was cut off in the whole building are reported toinjured but the fire caused power outage in the building in Capitol Hills, Diliman, Quezon City, as well as technical problem with the network's operation consider the fight of privatization of the sequestered broadcast firms like RPN and IBC are hitting with settings for everybody else of dangerous expected to infuse a lot of danger money.
Fire its the basement of the studios in IBC Broadcast City was shoot in fire to fake privatize IBC management and IBC Board of Directors experiencing technical difficulties at the time. Soon the ship breaks from its shoots into the air, and plummets to the ground in smithereens, almost killing everybody. Everybody accuses Dave Fugoso for nearly killing them all, including their angry mop. Fugoso of finance manager is arrested for operating a danger to public safety, and the hideout is condemned and boarded up.
Controversy against IBC, Viva and Asian Telvision Content in favor of SecaratsEdit
Therefore, Viva chairman and CEO Vic del Rosario, Jr. said that Viva denied into the contract talent of IBC against TV5 include Viva stars like Yassi Pressman, AJ Muhlach, Ella Cruz and Shy Carlos will be transfer to the Kapatid network, while ATC president and CEO Engr. Reynaldo Sanchez overhelmed causion that the content provider Asian Television Content Corpoation (ATC) decided to cancel and expireed contract of IBC because they ceasing its content provider in December 30, 2015, in favor of the contract with Seccarats Talent Management Services under IBC already began in September 12, 2015 as the current partner, including their young artists are Cherryz Mendoza, Justin Ward, Hiro Volante, Keith Cruz, Carleen Sky Aclan, Francyss "Kiko" Abuan, Renz Aytona, Patrisha Samson, Michael Tañeca, etc. The said talent management initially cause controversy after the former talent partner IBC which Viva transferred to TV5 and Asian Television Content was ended in 2015 filed an injunction to signed a contract as IBC made a contract of Secarats a year later. Since then, Secarats had a reputation for their successful talent and producing impactful programs and movies, which showed in prior partnership with IBC. After the court decided in favor of the Secarats-IBC partnership, it made after resigned a contract to Secarats with the former partner PTV for the Sunday youth-oriented variety show for teens and kids TSAS (The Sunday Afternoon Show) from April 19 to August 2, 2015.
- IBC News and Current Affairs
- IBC Entertainment TV
- IBC Sports
- Central Library
- IBC Engineering
- IBC Administrative Services and Human Resources Department
- IBC Lingkod Kapinoy Foundation, Inc.
- IBC Creative Communications Management
- News Archive
- TOC (Technical Operations Center)
- IBC Publishing, Inc.
- On January 23, 2014, together with the relaunch of The Kapinoy Network IBC, a new jingle, new station ID and music video launched the corporate slogan Pinoy Ang Dating, the new dance craze jingle is composed by Marcus Davis and performed by the young singing diva Anja Aguilar.
- Noontime Ang Dating (2016-present) (formerly Have a Tanghali (2013-2016)) (11:30AM-3:00PM on weekdays) - a noontime block ranging from tawa-serye and variety show.
- Hapon Ang Dating (2016-present) (formerly HapoNation (2013-2016)) (3:00PM-5:30PM on weekdays) - an afternoon programming block by airing the drama series every weekday afternoon. The name derives from the word Hapon which is usually said by the Filipinos to indicate the afternoon.
- Primetime Ang Dating (2016-present) (formerly PrimeTastik (2012-2014) and Kapinoy Primetime (2014-2016)) (5:30PM-11:30PM on weeknights) - IBC's primetime block of television shows ranging from game show, newscasts, drama and fantasy as the golden age of Philippine drama aired during the middle of the evening on weekdays, and entertainment news.
- TreseBella (2014-present) - consists the imported drama from Mexico and Korea.
- Nickelodeon on IBC (6:30AM-7:30AM on Saturdays and 8:30AM-9:30AM on Sundays)
- Anime Kapinoy (2012-present) (7:30AM-9:00AM on Saturdays) - airing anime series in Japan.
- Weekend Ang Dating (2017-present) (formerly Panalo Weekend (2012-2016)) (3:00PM-1:00AM on Saturdays and 3:00PM-12:30AM on Sundays) - Saturday and Sunday primetime bring you pure non-stop sports and entertainment, Kapinoy-style! IBC's weekend primetime programming block is composed of PBA as the flagship program for basketball, along with drama and comedy on Saturdays, game, reality and variety shows on Sundays, and Pinoy movies on weekends.
- ↑ Media Ownership Monitor Philippines - IBC 13|publisher=Reporters Without Borders|accessdate=26 April 2017}
- ↑ ABS-CBN's post-EDSA boss Ben Aniceto passes away|publisher=ABS-CBN News|date=March 21, 2016|accessdate=March 21, 2016
- ↑ Court stopped TV-13 marketing agent
- ↑ IBC-13 "Pinoy Ang Dating" MTV
- ↑ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4xJj1ME0meQ
- ↑ 6.0 6.1 Duterte govt eyes sale of IBC-13 for P10B|publisher=ABS-CBN News|date=June 17, 2016|accessdate=June 17, 2016
- ↑ 7.0 7.1 Invitation to bid for IBC-13 expected in April|publisher=BusinessWorld|last=Monzon|first=Alden M.|date=March 22, 2016|accessdate=March 24, 2016
- ↑ PCGG urges gov’t to fast-track sale of RPN-9, IBC-13 ABS-CBNnews.com. 2010-08-10. Retrieved 2010-08-10.
- ↑ Mirror,Mirror on the Airwaves Inquirer.net. 2011-02-11. Retrieved 2011-02-28.
- ↑ San Miguel still keen on IBC-13, RPN-9 PhilStar.com. 12-26-2011. Retrieved 12-26-2011.
- ↑ Coloma: Privatization of RPN 9, IBC 13 in the works GMANews.TV. 03-01-2011. Retrieved 03-01-2011.
- ↑ Aquino government set to privatize RPN-9, IBC-13 MB.com.ph. 03-01-2011. Retrieved 03-01-2011.
- ↑ San Miguel to join bidding for RPN-9, IBC-13 PhilStar.com. 03-06-2011. Retrieved 03-06-2011.
- ↑ San Miguel Corp. announces plan to bid for RPN-9 and IBC-13 PEP.ph. 03-06-2011. Retrieved 03-06-2011.
- ↑ TV5 airs primetime sports block AKTV on IBC-13 PhilStar.com. Retrieved 2011-02-28.
- ↑ AKTV Official Website retrieved via www.interaskyon.com/aktv 05-11-2011
- ↑ MediaQuest keen on IBC-13 retrieved via www.philstar.com 04-04-2011
- ↑  "PhilStar.com". Retrieved 2013-05-14.
- ↑  "PhilStar.com". Retrieved 2013-05-14.
- ↑ IBC New Shows
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- ↑ Asian Television Content Phl Corp. launches top-notch TV programs | publisher=Philippine Star | date=June 1, 2014 | accessdate=June 1, 2014
- ↑ IBC-13 to be privatized before Aquino steps down – Coloma | publisher=Rappler | date=September 3, 2014 | accessdate=September 3, 2014
- ↑ Viva Television using IBC-13 facilities | publisher=BusinessMirror | date=September 17, 2014 | accessdate=September 18, 2014
- ↑ Gov't TV station 'bulok,' says incoming PCOO chief Andanar|publisher=ABS-CBN News|date=June 7, 2016|accessdate=June 8, 2016
- ↑ President Aquino approves privatization of IBC-13|publisher=Official Gazette|date=January 25, 2016|accessdate=January 25, 2016
- ↑ New gov’t eyes higher price tag for IBC-13|publisher=Manila Bulletin|last=Leyco|first=Chino|date=June 17, 2016|accessdate=June 17, 2016
- ↑ Chavit Singson eyes IBC network|publisher=Philippine Daily Inquirer|last=Salaverria|date=December 26, 2016|accessdate=December 27, 2016
- ↑ Chavit, 3 pa interesado sa IBC 13 (Chavit, 3 others interested in IBC-13)|publisher=Pilipino Star Ngayon|language=Tagalog|last=Andal|first=Rudy|date=December 27, 2016|accessdate=December 27, 2016
- ↑ Group to ask SC to void deal between IBC-13, real estate firm | first=Dennis | last=Carcamo | publisher=The Philippine Star | date=June 2, 2015 | accessdate=June 2, 2015