IBC Interactive
Type Subsidiary
Industry New media
Headquarters Quezon City, Philippines
Area served Philippines
Products Interactive media, advertisement
Parent Intercontinental Broadcasting Corporation
Subsidiaries IBC Multimedia, Inc.
Website IBCi

IBC Interactive (stylized as IBCi) is the new media subsidiary of the Philippine media sequestered TV-radio network Intercontinental Broadcasting Corporation.


IBCi is originally known as IBC Interactive launched on September 2012. the government has officially established to manage and grow IBC's websites as well as to venture into other forms of new media and digital publishing. One of how diffrent mediums like TV, mobile, radio and print interact with one another which results in a richer experience for our users and our advertisers as the venture into online media.

The lines of TV, radio, print, online and mobile are not only blurring, but also disappearing completely. Here are IBC-13's digital platforms that creates, delivers, and distributes branded and original content using technologies made available in today’s digital world. Since then, IBCi is responsible for maintaining all of the websites of Intercintinental Broadcasting Corporation as well as its Google apps and extensions bringing a single message through the integrated platforms of television, web, and SMS resulting to an innovative marketing tool that is fun for consumers. In the official websites as, the children's portal, the online news portal, internet Korean pop radio on Pinoy online K-Pop Radio,, the online radio website and has available in online and through your mobile phones via iOS, Andriod phones and Globe cellphones.

Experience IBC beyond your television, radio and into your mobile devices. Know more about our latest interactive mobile services and Globe phone applications in this section.


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