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One PH

One PH is an all-Filipino news, public affairs and entertainment channel of cable television provider Cignal TV, Inc. In partnership with Radyo5, Cignal launched One PH in 2019 as a counterpart of the English-language news channel ONE News, which are both part of the cable provider’s One Network Media Group brand.

As of the second quarter of 2023, One PH is the No. 10 television channel in the Philippines with an audience share of 0.20% based on Nielsen’s television audience measurement.

Although it was launched as a cable channel, One PH has been available on free-to-air television since March 2020. To produce content, it has partnered with fellow media brands under the MediaQuest Holdings, Inc. such as Pilipino Star Ngayon, The Freeman, 92.3 True FM (Radyo 5) and TV5’s news unit News5. It also simultaneously broadcasts some of its programs with Radyo5.

With its tagline “Teleserbisyo para sa Pilipino”, One PH programs are categorized into “News Kom” for news and commentaries, “KKK (Katarungan, Karapatan at Kaalaman)” for informative and public service shows, and SNS (Showbiz and Sports).

Its news and public affairs programs include the early morning news program “Bangon Bayan with Mon Gualvez” and the noon and late afternoon news program “One Balita Pilipinas”. Meanwhile, its popular public service programs include “Wanted Sa Radyo” co-hosted by broadcaster and incumbent Sen. Raffy Tulfo, and "Ted Failon DJ Chacha sa Radyo5" hosted by Ted Failon and DJ Chacha, who both joined TV5 in September 2020 two months after ABS-CBN, their former network, lost its broadcast franchise.

Key facts

Audience Share

0.20%

Ownership Type

Private

Geographic Coverage

National

Content Type

Free and paid content

Data Publicly Available

ownership data is easily available from other sources, e. g. public registries etc.

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Media Companies / Groups

MediaQuest Holdings, Inc.

Ownership

Ownership Structure

One PH’s owner Cignal TV, Inc. is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Satventures, Inc., which is also wholly-owned by MediaQuest Holdings, Inc.

MediaQuest is chaired by Filipino businessman Manuel “Manny” V. Pangilinan, who also heads the conglomerates PLDT and Metro Pacific Investments Corporation (MPIC). Both the PLDT and MPIC belong to the Hong Kong-listed First Pacific group of companies headed by its chairman Indonesian businessman Anthoni Salim, with Pangilinan as managing director and chief executive officer.

Voting Rights

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Facts

General Information

Founding Year

2019

Affiliated Interests Founder

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Affiliated Interests Ceo

Jane J. Basas

concurrently serves as the president and CEO of MediaQuest Holdings, Inc. and its subsidiaries Cignal TV, Inc., and the Nation Broadcasting Corporation of the Philippines. She is also a member of the board of directors of MediaQuest subsidiaries TV5 Network, Inc., and SatVentures, Inc. She already served as president of Cignal from 2016 to 2020, and as concurrent president and CEO of Cignal and TV5 from 2019 to 2020. Before returning to Cignal in January 2023, she served as a senior vice president and head of the consumer wireless business of Smart Communications, Inc., a mobile telecommunication subsidiary of PLDT.

Affiliated Interests Editor-In-Chief

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Affiliated Interests other important people

Alfredo S. Panlilio

is the chairman of the board of directors of Cignal TV, Inc. He also serves as a director and concurrent president/CEO of the telecommunication giant PLDT and its subsidiary Smart Communications, Inc. However, he was set to retire on Dec. 31, 2023 as president/CEO of PLDT after nearly two years “due to health reasons”. He will be replaced by Pangilinan, who will reprise the positions in concurrence to his chairmanship in the telecommunication company. Meanwhile, it is not clear if Panlilio will also exit from Cignal, but PLDT said in a statement that he will remain as a director of PLDT, Smart, and MediaQuest Holdings, among other organizations he is part of.

Panlilio started his career with multinational company IBM and rose through the ranks occupying various leadership positions within the Pangilinan-led conglomerates of PLDT and MPIC such as Manila Electric Company (Meralco), Connectivity Unlimited Resources Enterprises, Inc. and Wifun, Inc. He also advocates for the use of sports “in maintaining a strong republic” being a member of various sports organizations like the MVP Sports Foundation (president), Samahang Basketbol ng Pilipinas (president), and FIBA Asia Central Board (second vice president), among others.

Contact

5th Floor, Launchpad Building, Sheridan corner Reliance Streets, Mandaluyong City  

 

Telephone No.: +62-2888-0999 

Website: cignal.tv

Financial Information

Revenue (in Mill. $)

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Operating Profit (in Mill. $)

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Advertising (in % of total funding)

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Market Share

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Further Information

Meta Data

Audience share is based on Nielsen’s Television Audience Measurement from April to June 2023.

Conversion rate on Oct. 17, 2023: PhP56.836 per US$1.

Although One PH is primarily available via Cignal’s cable service, it can also be viewed on free-to-air television.

Sources

Media Landscape Report for Quarter 2, 2023, available upon purchase from Nielsen Company (US), LLC

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