Broadcast Enterprises and Affiliated Media

Broadcast Enterprises and Affiliated Media, Inc. (BEAM)
Type Broadcast television network
Country Philippines
Availability Nationwide
Founded 2011
Area Philippines
Owner Bethlehem Holdings, Inc. (Globe Group Retirement Fund)
Key people
Steve Macion (President, Betlehem Holdings, Inc.)
Official website

Broadcast Enterprises and Affiliated Media, Inc. (BEAM) is a broadcast company in the Philippines with primary focus on UHF broadcasting and will use the Digital Terrestrial Television (DTT) platform for the convergence of multimedia.[1] It is owned by a joint consortium led by Bethlehem Holdings, Inc., an investee of Globe Telecom's Group Retirement Fund.[2]

Its broadcast offices are in 3rd floor, Globe Telecom Plaza 1, Pioneer St., cor. Madison St., Mandaluyong City, and the transmitter is located at Palos Verdes Subdivision, Sumulong Highway, Brgy. Sta. Cruz, Antipolo City, province of Rizal.

The frequency (UHF 31 Manila, and its provincial outlets) had been previously used by Radio Mindanao Network (under the affiliates, CTV-31 (Cinema Television) and E! Philippines) from October 31, 1992 to June 1, 2003, prior to the acquisition by BHI/Globe in 2009.

BEAM TV stations in the Philippines

BEAM TV nationwide

Branding Callsign Ch. # Power Station type Location
BEAM 31 Manila DWKC-TV TV-31 50 kW Originating Mega Manila
BEAM 26 Baguio DWHB-TV TV-26 5 kW Relay Baguio
BEAM 32 Naga DWNX-TV TV-32 5 kW Relay Naga
BEAM 26 Iloilo DYRI-TV TV-26 5 kW Relay Iloilo
BEAM 31 Cebu DYAR-TV TV-31 10 kW Relay Cebu
BEAM 31 Zamboanga DXRZ-TV TV-31 10 kW Relay Zamboanga
BEAM 31 Davao DXKC-TV TV-31 10 kW Relay Davao

BEAM TV on digital terrestrial television

Terrestrial Ch. # Area of Coverage
Digital 32 (Digital Test Broadcast) Metro Manila
Digital 32 (Digital Test Broadcast) Cebu
Digital 32 (Digital Test Broadcast) Davao City

-Available on ABS-CBN TVPlus.

BEAM TV on cable television

Cable/Satellite Provider Ch. # Coverage
Destiny Cable 60 (Analog) Metro Manila
Destiny Cable 72 (Digital) Metro Manila
SkyCable 72 Metro Manila, (inc. CAMANAVA), Rizal, Cavite, Laguna and Bulacan
SkyCable 32 Lipa, Balayan & Tanauan, Batangas, Naga and Polomolok
SkyCable 49 Balagtas, Bulacan
SkyCable 20 Baguio, Cebu, Iloilo, Bacolod, Dumaguete, Davao and General Santos
Cablelink 4 Parañaque
Cable Star 82 Rizal
Telmarc Cable TBA Rizal
Sky Direct TBA Nationwide
Cignal TBA Nationwide



Prior to blocktiming agreements as shown below, it was used as an affiliate of Solar Entertainment (under the networks The Game Channel, CHASE and then-recently Jack City) from its initial broadcast in middle of 2011 until August 31, 2014.

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