List of GMA Network stations

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The following is a list of television stations that are affiliated with GMA Network. [1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6]

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Free-to-air Television stations

Analog

VHF

BrandingCallsignCh. #Station typePower kW (ERP)Location (transmitter site)
GMA TV-7 Manila DZBB-TV TV-7Originating100 kW
(1,000 kW ERP)
Tandang Sora Avenue, Brgy. Culiat, Diliman, Quezon City, Metro Manila
GMA TV-7 BatanesDWAZ-TVTV-7Relay100 WattsBrgy. Kayvaluganan, Basco, Batanes
GMA TV-5 Ilocos Norte D-5-AS-TV TV-5Relay5 kW
(75 kW ERP)
Brgy. San Lorenzo, San Nicolas, Ilocos Norte
GMA TV-7 Abra DWBG-TV TV-7Relay5 kWBrgy. Lusuac, Peñarrubia, Abra
GMA TV-7 Tuguegarao DWBB-TV TV-7Relay5 kW
(7.5 kW ERP)
No. 91 Mabini St., Tuguegarao
GMA TV-13 AparriDZBP-TVTV-13Relay1 kW
(22.5 kW ERP)
De Rivera St., Aparri
GMA TV-5 Mt. Province DZVG-TV TV-5Relay1 kW
(25 kW ERP)
Mt. Amuyao, Barlig, Mt. Province
GMA TV-7 Isabela DWLE-TV TV-7Relay2 kW
(25 kW ERP)
Maharlika Hi-way, Brgy. Malvar, Santiago, Isabela
GMA TV-10 Benguet DZEA-TV TV-10Originating20 kW
(120 kW ERP)
Mt. Sto. Tomas, Tuba, Benguet under Baguio and Dagupan, Pangasinan/North Central Luzon
GMA TV-5 Baler D-5-ZB-TV TV-5Relay500 wattsPurok 3, Brgy. Buhangin, Baler, Aurora
GMA TV-10 Olongapo DWNS-TV TV-10Relay5 kWUpper Mabayuan, Olongapo
GMA TV-12 Batangas D-12-ZB-TV TV-12Relay10 kWMt. Banoy, Bo. Talumpok East, Batangas City
GMA TV-13 Occidental MindoroD-13-ZR-TVTV-13Relay2 kWBonifacio St., San Jose, Occidental Mindoro
GMA TV-12 Puerto Princesa, Palawan DYPU-TV TV-12Relay5 kW
(18.95 kW ERP)
Mitra Rd., Brgy. Sta. Monica, Puerto Princesa
GMA TV-8 Coron, Palawan DWRF-TV TV-8Relay2.5 kW
(10 kW ERP)
Taplas Hill, Coron, Palawan
GMA TV-6 Brooke's Point, Palawan DYAA-TV TV-6Relay100 Watts
(17.5 kW ERP)
Brgy. Poblacion, Brooke's Point, Palawan
GMA TV-7 Romblon DWTR-TV TV-7Relay10 kW
(10 kW ERP)
Triple Peak, Tablas Island, Santa Maria, Romblon
GMA TV-7 Masbate DYKD-TV TV-7Relay5 kWBrgy. Pinamurbuhan, Mobo, Masbate
GMA TV-7 Naga DWAI-TV TV-7Originating30 kWConcepcion Pequena, Naga, Camarines Sur/Bicol
GMA TV-12 Legazpi DWLA-TV TV-12Relay10 kW
(25 kW ERP)
Mt. Bariw, Estanza, Legazpi, Albay
GMA TV-13 Catanduanes D-13-ZC-TV TV-13Relay2 kWBrgy. Sto. Niño, Virac, Catanduanes
GMA TV-2 Sorsogon DWGA-TV TV-2Relay2 kWMt. Bintacan, Brgy. Maalo, Juban, Sorsogon
GMA TV-8 Daet DWGC-TV TV-8Relay1 kW
(20.5 kW ERP)
Purok 2, Brgy. Mangcruz, Daet, Camarines Norte
GMA TV-5 Calbayog DYAS-TV TV-5Relay1 kW
(15 kW ERP)
Purok 2, San Mateo St., Brgy. Matobato, Calbayog
GMA TV-8 Borongan DYVB-TV TV-8Relay1 kW
(25 kW ERP)
Circumferential Road, Poblacion, Borongan
GMA TV-10 Tacloban DYCL-TV TV-10Relay5 kWBasper, Tigbao, Tacloban
GMA TV-12 OrmocDYIL-TVTV-12Relay1 kWBrgy. Alta Vista, Ormoc
GMA TV-2 Kalibo DYBB-TV TV-2Relay1 kW
(11 kW ERP)
Brgy. Bulwang, Numancia, Aklan
GMA TV-5 Roxas DYAM-TV TV-5Relay2 kW
(10.39 kW ERP)
Brgy. Milibili, Roxas, Capiz
GMA TV-6 Iloilo DYXX-TV TV-6Originating10 kW
(75 kW ERP)
Pina-Tamborong-Alaguisoc Road, Jordan, Guimaras under Iloilo City/Western Visayas
GMA TV-13 Bacolod DYGM-TV TV-13Relay5 kWRizal corner Locsin Street, Bacolod/Western Visayas
GMA TV-7 Cebu DYSS-TV TV-7Originating50 kW
(259 kW ERP)
Mt. Busay, Brgy. Bonbon, Cebu City/Central Eastern Visayas
GMA TV-11 BoholD-11-YE-TVTV-11Relay2 kW
(10.39 kW ERP)
Banat-I Hills, Brgy. Bool, Tagbilaran
GMA TV-5 Dumaguete D-5-YB-TV TV-5Relay1 kWBrgy. San Antonio, Sibulan, Negros Oriental under Dumaguete
GMA TV-10 SipalayD-10-YA-TVTV-10Relay1 WattSipalay Municipal Building, Sipalay, Negros Occidental
GMA TV-12 BukidnonDXMK-TVTV-12Relay5 kW Mount Kitanglad, Bukidnon
GMA TV-4 Dipolog D-4-XT-TV TV-4Relay1 kWRizal Avenue, Dipolog City
GMA TV-5 Ozamiz DXGM-TV TV-5Relay1 kWBukagan Hills, Brgy. Malaubang, Ozamiz City
GMA TV-3 Pagadian DXEJ-TV TV-3Relay1 kW
(10 kW ERP)
Mount Palpalan, Pagadian City
GMA TV-11 Iligan DXRV-TV TV-11Relay2 kWCircumferencial Road, Brgy. Del Carmen, Iligan City
GMA TV-10 Surigao D-10-XA-TV TV-10Relay1 kW
(10.25 kW ERP)
Eastern Nautical Highway, Brgy. Lipata, Surigao City
GMA TV-2 Tandag DXRC-TV TV-2Relay1 kW
(15 kW ERP)
Capitol Hill, Brgy. Telaje, Tandag City
GMA TV-5 Davao DXMJ-TV TV-5Originating25 kW
(287.5 kW ERP)
Shrine Hills, Matina, Davao City/Southern Mindanao
GMA TV-8 General Santos DXBG-TV TV-8Relay10 kW
(490 kW ERP)
Brgy. San Isidro, General Santos City/South Central Mindanao
GMA TV-9 Zamboanga DXLA-TV TV-9Relay5 kWBrgy. Cabatangan, Zamboanga City
GMA TV-12 KidapawanDXBV-TVTV-12Relay1 kW Kidapawan
GMA TV-12 CotabatoDXMC-TVTV-12Relay1 kWBangsamoro Regional Government Center, Cotabato City
GMA TV-12 JoloDXLS-TVTV-12Relay100 Watts
(10.25 kW ERP)
Hadji-Butu St., Jolo, Sulu

UHF

BrandingCallsignCh. #Station typePower kW (ERP)Location (transmitter site)
GMA TV-48 Ilocos Sur DWBC-TV TV-48Relay5 kWMt. Caniao, Bantay, Ilocos Sur under San Vicente, Ilocos Sur/Ilocos
GMA TV-44 Jalajala, Rizal DWJJ-TV TV-44Relay3 kW (85 kW ERP)Mt. Landing, Jalajala, Rizal
GMA TV-30 Murcia, Negros Occidental DYGM-TV TV-30Relay40 kWMt. Calandong, Murcia, Negros Occidental under Bacolod
GMA TV-35 Cagayan de Oro DXJC-TV TV-35Relay20 kWMalasag Heights, Brgy. Cugman, Cagayan de Oro/Northern Mindanao
GMA TV-26 Butuan DXBM-TV TV-26Relay5 kWMayapay, Brgy. Bonbon, Butuan

Digital terrestrial

BrandingCallsignCh. #Station typeFrequencyPower kW (ERP kW)Location (transmitter site)
GMA Manila DZBB-TV 15 (Digital Test Broadcast)Originating479.143 MHz10 kW (100 kW) Tandang Sora Avenue, Brgy. Culiat, Diliman, Quezon City, Metro Manila
GMA Benguet DZEA-TV 38 (Digital Test Broadcast)Originating617.143 MHz15 kW (90 kW) Mt. Sto. Tomas, Tuba, Benguet/North Central Luzon
GMA Ilocos DWBC-TV 15 (Digital Test Broadcast)Relay479.143 MHz5 kWMt. Caniao, Bantay, Ilocos Sur/Ilocos Region
GMA Batangas D-12-ZB-TV 32 (Digital Test Broadcast)Relay581.143 MHz5 kWMt. Banoy, Bo. Talumpok East, Batangas City/Calabarzon
GMA Bacolod DYGM-TV 44 (Digital Test Broadcast)Relay653.143 MHz10 kWRizal corner Locsin Street, Bacolod/Western Visayas
GMA Cebu DYSS-TV 26 (Digital Test Broadcast)Originating545.143 MHz15 kW (77.7 kW)Mt. Busay, Brgy. Bonbon, Cebu City/Central Visayas
GMA Cagayan de Oro DXJC-TV 47 (Digital Test Broadcast)Relay671.143 MHz10 kWMalasag Heights, Brgy. Cugman, Cagayan de Oro/Northern Mindanao
GMA Davao DXMJ-TV 37 (Digital Test Broadcast)Originating611.143 MHz15 kW (72 kW)Shrine Hills, Matina, Davao City/Southern Mindanao

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DYCL-TV (TV-10) is a commercial television station owned by GMA Network Inc. Its transmitter is located at Basper, Tigbao, Tacloban City. This station serves as a relay station of DYSS-TV Cebu City, under the Central Visayas sub-region for the network's Central and Eastern Visayas region. Opened in 1987 for soft launch, it is the first regional television station in the Eastern Visayas until it became a relay station in 1999.

DYVB-TV, channel 8, is a commercial television station owned by GMA Network Inc.. Its transmitter are located at Circumferential Road, Poblacion, Borongan.

DXRC-TV is a commercial relay television station owned and operated by GMA Network Inc. Its transmitter is located at Capitol Hill, Brgy. Telaje, Tandag City.

DWTR-TV is a commercial relay television station owned and operated by GMA Network Inc.. Its transmitter is located at Triple Peak, Sta. Maria, Tablas, Romblon.

DYAA-TV Television station in Brookes Point, Palawan

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DWRF-TV is a commercial television station owned by GMA Network Inc.. Its transmitter is located at Taplas Hill, Coron, Palawan.

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