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1972 in Philippine television

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The following is a list of events affecting Philippine television in 1972. Events listed include television show debuts, finales, cancellations, and channel launches, closures and rebrandings, as well as information about controversies and carriage disputes.

Events[edit]

  • September 23 - Seven television stations including MBC 11, ABC 5 (Associated Broadcasting Corporation, now TV5 Network) and ABS-CBN seized by the military to shut down television operations due to Martial law.[1][2][3][4]

Premiered[edit]

Date Show

Unknown date[edit]

Unknown[edit]

  • Malikmata on ABC
  • Ariel con Tina on RBS (now GMA)
  • Magandang Gabi on RBS (now GMA)
  • Noontime Matinee on RBS (now GMA)
  • Sa 'Di Mo Pami on RBS (now GMA)

Finales[edit]

Unknown[edit]

  • 4 na Sulok ng Daigdig on ABS-CBN
  • Impact with Max Soliven on ABS-CBN
  • Two for the Road on ABS-CBN
  • Family Theater on ABS-CBN
  • Buhay Artista on ABS-CBN
  • Bigay-Hilig on ABS-CBN
  • Cafeteria Aroma on ABS-CBN
  • Tang-Tarang-Tang on ABS-CBN
  • Tayo’y Mag-Hapi-Hapi on ABS-CBN
  • Family Kuarta o Kahon on ABS-CBN
  • At Home with Nora on ABS-CBN
  • TV Kinderland on ABS-CBN
  • The Baby O' Brien Show on ABS-CBN
  • The Eddie and Nova Plus on ABS-CBN
  • The Nestor and Nida Show on ABS-CBN
  • On With The Show on ABS-CBN
  • Stop, Look, & Listen on ABS-CBN
  • Twelve O’ Clock on High on ABS-CBN
  • Tawag ng Tanghalan on ABS-CBN
  • Your Evening with Pilita on ABS-CBN
  • D'Sensations on ABS-CBN
  • Tom and Jerry on ABS-CBN
  • Bonanza on ABS-CBN
  • The Doris Day Show on ABS-CBN
  • Dancetime with Chito on RBS (now GMA)
  • Maiba Naman on RBS (now GMA)
  • American Movies on RBS (now GMA)
  • Tagalog Movies on RBS (now GMA)
  • Straight from the Shoulder on MBC
  • Ano Ang Balita on MBC
  • Catch Up With Tirso on MBC
  • The Nite Owl Dance Party on MBC
  • Balintataw on ABC
  • Carmen on Camera on ABC
  • Dance-O-Rama on ABC
  • For Men Only on ABC
  • Malikmata on ABC

Channels[edit]

Closures[edit]

Births[edit]

  • January 30 - Zoren Legaspi, actor and film director
  • April 27 - Manilyn Reynes, actress and singer
  • April 28 - Romnick Sarmenta, actor
  • June 25 - Chokoleit, comedian, actor, and TV host (d. 2019)

See also[edit]

  • 1972 in television

References[edit]

  1. Rodrigo, Raul (February 22, 2020). "The day Marcos shattered the dream that Geny Lopez built". ANCX.
  2. "FALSE: Filipinos 'free to roam, can watch news' during Martial Law". Rappler. September 22, 2018.
  3. Arargon, Ian Carl (June 26, 2020). "Blatant distortion of history". Inquirer.
  4. Adel, Rosette (September 23, 2015). "By the numbers: What happened during martial law". Philippine Star.


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