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Associated Broadcasting Company is a television network in the Philippines, with main broadcast facilities and transmitter located at 762 Quirino Highway, San Bartlome, Novaliches, Quezon City. It is the third-oldest television network in the country, and its owner and chief executive officer (CEO) is businessman Antonio "Tony Boy" Cojuangco. Its main station is DWET-TV in Metro Manila. It also operates a radio station, 106.7 Dream FM, in Metro Manila.
In March 2008, ABC president and CEO Antonio Cojuangco announced that ABC has entered into a major block time agreement with MPB Primedia Inc., a local company backed by Media Prima Berhad of Malaysia as part of a long-term strategy to make the network more competitive. Cojuangco said MPB Primedia Inc., in principle, would produce and source most of the entertainment programs while ABC would continue to be responsible for news programming and operation of the stations. TV5 was formally launched on August 9, 2008 by switching on its 115-killowatt transmitter and a big welcome party by the big stars of the network. From that day on, TV5 would broadcast 21 hours a day with all new programs; Shall We Dance, some shows in Nick on ABC, Lokomoko (formerly Wow Mali), Kerygma TV, Light Talk & Sunday TV Mass were the only ABC programs carried-over to the line-up of TV5, where the latter continued to be broadcast until ABC's contract with the PBA expired in 2008.
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