List of GMA News TV stations

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The following is a list of television stations that are affiliated with GMA News TV. [1] [2] [3]


Free-to-air television stations

BrandingCallsignCh. #Station TypePower kW (ERP)Location (Transmitter Site)
GMA News TV 27 Manila DWDB-TV TV-27Originating30 kW (120 kW ERP) Metro Manila
GMA News TV 22 Benguet DWDG-TV TV-22Relay1 kW Tuba, Benguet
GMA News TV 27 Ilocos NorteDWHH-TVTV-27Relay1 kW Laoag
GMA News TV 40 Ilocos SurDWRK-TVTV-40Relay10 kW Bantay, Ilocos Sur
GMA News TV 27 TuguegaraoDWHK-TVTV-27Relay1 kW Tuguegarao
GMA News TV 26 AparriDWGP-TVTV-26Relay1 kW Aparri
GMA News TV 26 OlongapoDZRG-TVTV-26Relay1 kW Olongapo
GMA News TV 28 TarlacDWRA-TVTV-28Relay1 kW Tarlac City
GMA News TV 26 BatangasDZDK-TVTV-26Relay1 kW (11 kW ERP) Batangas City
GMA News TV 26 Occidental MindoroDWHJ-TVTV-26Relay1 kW (12 kW ERP) San Jose, Occidental Mindoro
GMA News TV 27 Puerto PrincesaDWHI-TVTV-27Relay10 kW Puerto Princesa
GMA News TV 28 Naga DZDP-TV TV-28Relay10 kW (120 kW ERP) Naga, Camarines Sur
GMA News TV 27 LegazpiDWJB-TVTV-27Relay10 kW (120 kW ERP) Legazpi, Albay
GMA News TV 27 MasbateDWHL-TVTV-27Relay1 kW Mobo, Masbate
GMA News TV 27 KaliboDYBL-TVTV-27Relay1 kW Kalibo
GMA News TV 27 RoxasDYBK-TVTV-27Relay1 kW Roxas, Capiz
GMA News TV 28 IloiloDYKV-TVTV-28Relay10 kW (120 kW ERP) Iloilo City
GMA News TV 48 BacolodDYRA-TVTV-48Relay1 kW Bacolod
GMA News TV 28 Dumaguete DYBM-TV TV-28Relay10 kW (258.44 kW ERP) Dumaguete
GMA News TV 27 Cebu DYLS-TV TV-27Relay10 kW (113.4 kW ERP) Cebu City
GMA News TV 26 TaclobanDYBJ-TVTV-26Relay1 kW Tacloban
GMA News TV 21 Zamboanga DXVB-TV TV-21Relay10 kW (120 kW ERP) Zamboanga City
GMA News TV 26 Dipolog DXAV-TV TV-26Relay1 kW (11 kW ERP) Dipolog
GMA News TV 26 PagadianDXAU-TVTV-26Relay1 kW (11 kW ERP) Pagadian
GMA News TV 43 Cagayan de OroDXBA-TVTV-43Relay5 kW Cagayan de Oro
GMA News TV 22 OzamizDXAT-TVTV-22Relay1 kW Ozamiz
GMA News TV 27 Davao DXRA-TV TV-27Relay10 kW (113.4 kW ERP) Davao City
GMA News TV 26 General SantosDXMP-TVTV-26Relay5 kW General Santos
GMA News TV 27 CotabatoDXMB-TVTV-27Relay1 kW (11 kW ERP) Cotabato City
GMA News TV 27 SurigaoDXAW-TVTV-27Relay1 kW Surigao City
GMA News TV 26 JoloDXGP-TVTV-26Relay1 kW Jolo, Sulu

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  2. "LIST OF TV BROADCAST STATION (As of June 2016)" (PDF).
  3. "NTC Broadcast Stations via FOI website" (PDF). August 17, 2019.