|Channels||Analog: 44 (UHF)|
|Branding||GNN TV44 Pampanga|
|Slogan||Committed to Nation Building|
Pampanga's Kampampangan Channel
Kayabe mu, Kayantabe mu.
|Affiliations||Golden Nation Network|
|Owner||Infomax Media |
(First United Broadcasting Corporation)
First air date
| Global News Network (2011–2019)|
One Media Network (2019-2021)
Call sign meaning
Infomax Television is a regional free-to-air television channel located in Pampanga, Philippines. It was formerly on cable channel 8 but later transferred to free TV via Channel 44 with the power of 10,000 watts. It is currently an affiliate of Golden Nation Network (thus it became GNN-Infomax TV). It also served as a community channel for Kapampangans.
Following the closure of GNN on January 31, 2019, this station retained the GNN brand and its own local programming. On June 6, 2019, GNN44 was officially rebranded as One Media TV44 before reverting back to GNN.
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