SMNI Sonshine Media Network International, founded in 2005, has taken the multimedia ministry of the Kingdom to the summit of excellent broadcasting. It has created groundbreaking innovations through satellite TV technology, a network of 17 radio stations in the Philippines, a wide range of literature and globally distributed publications, and several several corporate web sites in the information superhighway.
After cable broadcasting and the setting up of direct-to-home satellite transmission in North and South America, the Sonshine Media Network International has recently conquered the airwaves as far as Europe, Middle East and Africa via FREE TV through giant communication satellites: Agila 2, Atlantic Bird, Galaxy 25 and Hotbird. SMNI is now reaching 200 countries and 2000 cities all over the world.
The Iglesia Ni Cristo (Church Of Christ) is a Christian religion whose primary purpose is to serve and worship the Almighty God based on His teachings recorded in the Bible.
It is not a denomination or sect. It is neither affiliated to any federation or religious bodies nor itself an assembly of smaller churches or religious organizations.
UNTV is a television station in Quezon City, Philippines providing Public and Entertainment programming.
UNTV Life is a UHF television channel devoted to the enrichment of life through alternative yet intelligent programs that aims to delight and turn the much-needed shift in Filipino’s television lifestyle
CNN Philippines is the Philippines’ only predominantly English-language channel on free-to-air television. It is also available on cable and pay television. CNN Philippines provides first-class news and information drawing on the strength and worldwide newsgathering power of CNN, and the local perspective and expertise of Nine Media Corporation. It offers Filipino viewers a global perspective on key issues and trending stories from around the world, together with in-depth local coverage.
NET25 is a free TV channel. In Metro Manila, it is Channel 25 on terrestrial TV and in major cable operators Sky Cable (Channel 18), Home Cable (Channel 18) and Global Destiny (Channel 19). It is now being aired nationwide by more than 600 cable operators. NET25 can also reach TV audiences in Hawaii and the West Coast of the United States, and the whole of Asia including Japan, Hong Kong, Taiwan, China as well as Australia.
It is being beamed through Asia Broadcast Satellite's ABS-1 satellite to the Middle East and parts of Europe, the Mediterranean, North Africa and South Asia. NET25 is also carried by a number of cable TV and IPTV operators in Thailand, Hong Kong, Australia and Guam. Worldwide, NET25 can also be viewed online via live video streaming.