AMBS ‘AllTV’ channel guide: logo, launch date, how to watch

MANILA, Philippines – Advanced Media Broadcasting System (AMBS), a media entity owned by the Villar Group of companies, officially entered the television industry.

AMBS President Maribeth Tolentino said that viewers can expect quality TV shows and programs that are relevant to the Filipino people.


As the media station started airing on September 13, we have a guide on everything you need to know about AMBS.


TV host-comedian Willie Revillame announced on his online show, Wowowin, on September 1 that he’s been in discussion with former Senator Manny Villar for the target soft launch on Tuesday, September 13 of AMBS’ flagship channel to be called ‘AllTV’ with the slogan ‘Saya All’.

AMBS ‘All TV’ logo
AMBS ‘AllTV’ begins soft launch this September 13 | Photo Courtesy: Wowowin

How to watch ‘All TV’?

The new TV network, which has broadcast facilities and studios located at Starmalls in EDSA, Mandaluyong, will operate via analog Channel 2 and on Channel 16 on digital frequency.

For free TV, you can tune in to the widely popular Channel 2, which was previously assigned to ABS-CBN.

Revillame said ‘AllTV’ will be available as well on Sky Cable and Cignal via Channel 35.

It will be seen also on digital boxes (digibox) like Affordabox, TV Plus or Sulit TV on Channel 16. Since the channel may change according to your location, it’s best to rescan your digibox and search for either AMBS or AllTV.

On September 13, AllTV announced its blocktime partnership agreement and timeshare simulcast with Broadcast Enterprises and Affiliated Media (BEAM). AllTV was added to BEAM's subchannel lineup on digital Channel 31.

Here's list of cable and systems where you can watch AllTV:

System Coverage ALLTV Channel
Online Livestreaming Facebook, Website
Free TV Metro Manila, nearby provinces of Cavite, Bulacan, Laguna, Rizal Channel 2
Digital TV (Affordabox, TV Plus or Sulit TV) Metro Manila/select areas Channel 16 or Channel 31 (under BEAM)
Cignal TV Nationwide Channel 35
Planet Cable Regional Channel 2
Sky Cable Nationwide Channel 35
GSat Nationwide Channel 32
Cablelink Metro Manila/Cavite/Laguna/Tarlac Channel 100
DCTV Albay, CamSur, Sorsogon, Cebu and Ormoc City Channel 2
Eagle Vision Tarlac, Pangasinan, La Union and Ilocos Sur Channel 2
Kalibo Cable Kalibo Aklan, Boracay Channel 2
Parasat Cagayan de Oro, Bukidnon, Malaybalay Channel 2
Marbel Gensan, Koronadal, Davao Channel 2
Znergy Butuan City Channel 2
Romblon Cable Corporation Romblon, Romblon Channel 2
Camiguin Island Cable TV Catarman,Guinsiliban, Mahinog, Mambajao, Sagay Channel 2
Bongao Bongao, Tawi-tawi Channel 2
Salug Valley Cable TV Molave, Zamboanga del Sur Channel 2
Southern Cable Vision Ilagan City Channel 2
Dasca Dasmarinas, Cavite Channel 2
Telmarc Taytay Channel 2
Accutronics Systems Inc. Odiongan, Romblon Channel 2
Magdiwang Cable Magdiwang, San Fernando & Cajidiocan, Romblon Channel 2
Alcantara Cable Alcantara and Looc,Romblon Channel 2
Sta. Fe Cable Sta. Fe, Romblon Channel 2

History of AMBS

All TV operates under AMBS, which is owned by Prime Asset Ventures founder Manuel Paolo Villar. The station is still on test broadcast but will be airing under the former frequencies of ABS-CBN.

AMBS was previously owned by the Vera family before it was sold to Villar's Planet Cable by AMBS president Andrew Santiago. In 2019, it was granted a 25-year franchise extension under Republic Act 11253.

In May 2020, the ABS-CBN network was forced to shut down after failing to secure a new franchise. After two years, the National Telecommunications Commission (NTC) awarded AMBS the rights to use ABS-CBN’s former frequencies, channel 2 and channel 16.

READ: Villar takes over ABS-CBN's frequencies, channels

In 2022, AMBS was allowed to start its test broadcast in Manila and will continue to expand to reach the rest of the Philippines.

AllTV Channel 2 programming

The announcement of upcoming shows of AllTV will be made by Revillame on his show, Wowowin. He assured that their shows would be made bigger and better with some of your best celebrities and entertainers. It will also feature some of the best news anchors and personalities.


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Posted by Wowowin on Friday, September 9, 2022

Revillame said ‘Wowowin’ will be in the primetime slot between 7:00 pm to 8:30 pm.

'Wowowin' premiered in May 2015 on GMA Network and aired its final episode in February 2022. Revillame's contract with GMA-7 ended in the same month amid his plan to join AMBS.

READ: Willie Revillame reveals reasons why he left GMA Network

Meanwhile, AMBS has also signed a content license partnership deal with CNN Philippines to air its flagship program News Night on ALLTV. It will be aired simultaneously starting September 13 from 6pm to 7pm (Monday-Friday regular programming).

Here's AllTV programming on pilot week:
  • InstaJam - Variety
  • Toni Talks - Talk
  • News Night - News
  • Wowowin - Variety
  • River Where the Moon Rises - Asian Drama

AllTV areas of coverage

AllTV will be seen on analog and digital TV in Metro Manila and nearby provinces of Cavite, Bulacan, portion of Laguna and portion of Rizal. Pampanga and Nueva Ecija are among the secondary areas of coverage.

What to expect on AllTV

According to Revillame, the All TV station will begin at 12:00 noon during its soft launch on September 13. He explained that the station’s 3 studios are still being renovated prior to its grand launch.

AllTV logo final high resolution
AllTV logo is inspired by Villar-owned brands like AllDay Supermarket and AllHome furniture store. It has orange and green colors.

Wowowin will have big prizes with 2 brand new houses up for grabs at their soft launch.

Toni Gonzaga and her husband, director-producer Paul Soriano, signed a contract with AMBS on September 1. The former Kapamilya actress-host hinted about a “talk show” that will be interesting for the viewers. “You will be surprised with what we have in store for all of you,” she said.

While the station's soft launch will happen in September, the grand launch of AllTV will take place early 2023.

Stay tuned on The Summit Express for more updates and information on AllTV.

— Sally, The Summit Express

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