| Radio broadcasting|
| Philippine Federation of Catholic Broadcasters (PFCB)|
Unit 201 Sunrise Condominium, #226 Ortigas Ave., North Greenhills, San Juan City, Philippines
Fr. Francis Lucas (President)
Catholic Media Network, also known as CMN, is a Catholic radio network in the Philippines.
Catholic Media Network Wikipedia
CMN was previously known as Philippine Federation of Catholic Broadcasters (PFCB). The radio network was owned and operated by different Catholic broadcast media corporations.
In 1997, The name was changed to the Catholic Media Network to suit the network's mission and also the new slogan "The Spirit of The Philippines".
CMN content varies depending on the station from which it is being broadcast. Stations broadcast news, sports, radio drama, and other programs. As a network, CMN's mission statement is to use community-based broadcasting to promote New Evangelizing and human development. Content is pro-life, catholic, and community oriented.
CMN operates 54 radio stations across the Philippines. CMN broadcasts reach 11 regions and 35 provinces. It is the largest broadcaster in the Philippines, in terms of total number of stations and transmitting power per station.
CMN's Radyo Totoo arm consists of AM stations, with the exception of ALFM 95.9 Radyo Totoo in Batangas. Provincial stations mostly have their own local branding other than the Veritas (station frequency) Radyo Totoo pattern of identification.
*Owned by Global Broadcasting Systems.Notre Dame Broadcasting Corporation
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**Owned by Notre Dame Broadcasting Corporation.
***Owned by Radio Maria Network.
****Also affiliated to the RMN network.
*****Owned by Manaoag Dominican Broadcasting Inc..
******Owned by Ang Dios Gugma Catholic Ministries.