Manila Broadcasting Company

Ang Manila Broadcasting Company (o MBC)[4] ay isa sa mga pinakamalaking pangradyo at pangtelebisyong lambat-lambat sa Pilipinas. Itinatag noong 1946, ang MBC ay may anim na radio networks, kabilang ang DZRH, Love Radio, Yes the Best, Easy Rock, Radyo Natin at Aksyon Radyo.

Manila Broadcasting Company
(MBC)
Kilala datiMetropolitan Broadcasting Company (1946–1972)
UriPublic
PSEMBC
IndustriyaBroadcast television and radio network
Itinatag12 Hunyo 1946; 76 taon na'ng nakalipas (1946-06-12)[1]
NagtatagFederico Elizalde
Joaquin Miguel Elizalde
Manuel "Manolo" Elizalde
Punong-tanggapanPasay, Philippines
Pangunahing tauhan
Fred J. Elizalde, Chairman and CEO
Ruperto Nicdao Jr., President
Juan Manuel Elizalde, Vice-President for Operations
KitaIncreasePHP1.13 billion (FY 2015)[2]
Kita sa operasyon
IncreasePHP213.21 million (FY 2015)[2]
IncreasePHP148.40 million (FY 2015)[2]
Kabuuang pag-aariIncreasePHP1.27 billion (FY 2015)[2]
Kabuuang equityIncreasePHP890.98 million (FY 2015)[2]
May-ariElizalde Holdings Corporation (34.7%)
Elizalde Land, Inc. (21.6%)
Other (17.4%)
Public stock (26.3%)
Dami ng empleyado
124 (FY 2015)[3]
MagulangFJE Group of Companies
Subsidiarysee list
Websitemanilabroadcasting.com
mbcradio.net


Ang Kasalukuyang presidente ng MBC na si Ruperto Nicdao Jr.

KasaysayanBaguhin

Mga Himpilang radyoBaguhin

DZRH News TelevisionBaguhin

Subsidiaries / AffiliatesBaguhin

*Defunct

Partnerships and affiliationsBaguhin

External linksBaguhin

TalasanggunianBaguhin

  1. "Company Information". Philippine Stock Exchange.
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 "PSE Edge - Manila Broadcasting Company - Financial reports". Philippine Stock Exchange. Nakuha noong 19 December 2016.
  3. "Media Ownership Monitor Philippines - Manila Broadcasting Company". VERA Files. Nakuha noong November 24, 2016.
  4. Media Ownership Monitor Philippines - Media Companies: A Duopoly Rules by VERA Files and Reporters Without Borders