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Cebu City
BrandingGMA Channel 7
GMA Cebu
SloganKasing-kasing ang unahon (Puso ang una in Visayan)
Channels Analog: 7 (VHF)
Digital: 26 (UHF)
TranslatorsDYGC TV-51 Cebu
DYYB TV-5 Dumaguete
DYYE-TV 11 Jagna, Bohol
DYTO-TV 10 Tacloban
DYIL-TV 13 Ormoc
DYAS-TV 5 Calbayog
DYVB-TV 8 Borongan
AffiliationsGMA Network
Owner GMA Network Inc.
Call letters’ meaningDY
Super Radyo
(Super Radio Cebu)
Sister station(s)DYLS-TV (GMA News TV)
Former callsignsNone
Former affiliationsRepublic Broadcasting System (1963-1974)
Transmitter Power60,000 Watts (259,000 Watts ERP)

DYSS-TV channel 7, is an commercial originating station owned by GMA Network in the Philippines. Its studios are located at the GMA Complex, Nivel Hills, Apas, Cebu City and the transmitter is located at Brgy. Bonbon, Cebu City.

It was then known as "Greater 7 Cebu" in the 1970s.

GMA 7 Cebu programs currently aired[change | change source]

  • Balitang Bisdak (Monday to Friday)
  • Sinulog (annually)
  • Siete Palabras @ Cebu Metropolitan Cathedral (every Good Friday)
  • The Word of God Network (2016-present)

GMA 7 Cebu programs previously aired[change | change source]

Red: Home location of GMA Cebu
Light red and red: Market audience of GMA Cebu
Violet: Areas that may receive signals from GMA Cebu

Relay stations[change | change source]

Station Location Channels ERP
DYGC-TV Cebu City 51 (UHF) 5 kW
DYYB-TV Dumaguete 5 (VHF) 10 kW
DYYE-TV Jagna, Bohol 11 (VHF) 100 W (0.39 kW ERP)
DYTO-TV Tacloban 10 (VHF) 10 kW
DYIL-TV Ormoc 12 (VHF) 1 kW
DYAS-TV Calbayog 5 (VHF) 1 kW (5 kW ERP)
DYVB-TV Borongan 8 (VHF) 1 kW (5 kW ERP)

Personalities[change | change source]

  • Bobby Nalzaro
  • Alan Domingo
  • Chona Carreon
  • Cecille Quibod-Castro
  • Mai-Mai Rondina
  • Nikko Sereno
  • Vic Serna

Related pages[change | change source]

Other websites[change | change source]