Creative Programs

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Creative Programs
Type Subsidiary
Industry Pay television
Headquarters ABS-CBN Broadcasting Center, Diliman, ,
Area served
Key people
Ernie Lopez
(President, ABS-CBN Creative Programs Inc.)
Teresita Villareal
(Officer in Charge, ABS-CBN Creative Programs Inc.)
Products Pay TV channels
Revenue Php 1.8 billion (FY 2014) [1]
Owner ABS-CBN Corporation
Parent ABS-CBN Corporation
Subsidiaries All Youth Channels
ABS-CBN Publishing

Creative Programs, Inc., also known as CPI, is a subsidiary of ABS-CBN Corporation that operates and distributes pay TV channels and provides pay-per-view services to direct-to-home satellite and cable television providers in the Philippines. [2] [3] Since 2019, CPI also engages in book and magazine publishing through its subsidiary ABS-CBN Publishing, following their merger.


Channel distribution

Owned and operated channels

Local channels owned & operated by ABS-CBN

International channels

Pay per view

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