Ang Iglesia ni Cristo (transl. the church of christ) is the first religious television program produced by the international Christian religious organization Iglesia ni Cristo (through the Christian Era Broadcasting Service International) and its currently broadcast by INC TV (DZCE-TV) and Net 25. The program premiered on February 13, 1983 on MBS (now known as PTV 4) and RPN 9,[2] along with City 2 Television (reverted to BBC-2) from the same year until 1986 when BBC-2 was signed off after EDSA Revolution. One of its first panelists of the program was Bro. Eduardo V. Manalo which he's now a current executive minister of the church. After the People Power Revolution, the program transferred to Radio Philippines Network. It later aired on ABS-CBN in 1990.[2] When Net 25 was launched, most of its INC programs (including "Iglesia ni Cristo") began to air on the said network.[2]

Ang Iglesia ni Cristo
Directed byEvangeline Miranda
Wilner Arguelles
StarringBro. Artemio Francisco, Jr.
Bro. Jomar Dueñas
Bro. Leonardo Pidlaoan, Jr.
Bro. Jose Gil Manalansan
Bro. Arnel A. Tumanan
Bro. Alfred Alexis Lorido
Bro. Levi M. Castro
Bro. Israel Solano
Bro. Rommell Topacio
Bro. Darren De Guzman
Bro. Dindo Evangelista
Bro. Anjelo Estacio[1]
Country of originPhilippines
Original languageTagalog
No. of episodesn/a
Executive producersBro. Dindo Evangelista
Bro. Darren De Guzman
ProducerAngelica Villaroman
Production locationsINC TV Studios, Quezon City, Philippines
Camera setupmulticamera setup
Running time30 minutes
Production companyChristian Era Broadcasting Service International
Original release
NetworkMBS/PTV (1983–1986)
RPN (1983–1990)
City 2 Television/BBC-2 (1983–1986)
ABS-CBN and IBC (1990–2003)
Net 25 (2000–present)
GEM TV/INC TV (2005–2012; 2012–present)
ReleaseFebruary 13, 1983 (1983-02-13) –
The Message, Ang Tamang Daan, Pasugo: Ang tinig ng Iglesia ni Cristo

Ang Iglesia ni Cristo was also aired when Iglesia ni Cristo (through its religious broadcast arm, Christian Era Broadcasting Service) established its own TV network, GEM TV in 2005 and it later replaced by INC TV in October 2012.[2][3]

References edit

  1. ^ "Ang Higit na Mahalaga kaysa Buhay". YouTube. Iglesia ni Cristo EVangelical Mission YouTube channel. Retrieved April 18, 2023.
  2. ^ a b c d Pasugo: God's Message, 100 Years of God's Blessings to the Iglesia ni Cristo (Church of Christ). Iglesia ni Cristo. p. 54.
  3. ^ "INC bags 23 Anak TV Seals". BusinessMirror. February 29, 2016. Archived from the original on August 16, 2016. Retrieved September 10, 2016.