26 JUN 2020

GMA UNVEILS DTT DEVICE ON ITS 70TH ANNIVERSARY

The Philippines’ leading and largest broadcast firm is launching “GMA Affordabox”, its own high-quality and affordable Digital Terrestrial Television (DTT) receiver enabling millions of Filipinos to access high-quality, affordable digital TV experience.

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For its 70th anniversary celebration, the country’s leading and largest broadcast firm GMA Network is offering its own high-quality and affordable Digital Terrestrial Television (DTT) receiver ‘GMA Affordabox’.

As the Network aspires to enable every Filipino home to enjoy digital TV viewing experience, GMA Network Chairman and CEO Felipe L. Gozon proudly shared that GMA Affordabox was specifically developed to be made accessible to millions of Filipino households. In celebration of this milestone of reaching seven colorful decades in the industry, we are more than grateful for the Filipinos’ continued trust in GMA Network as we reaffirm our commitment to deliver excellence in news and entertainment.”

GMA Affordabox is a plug-and-play device that can easily be connected to an analog TV in order to receive digital television broadcasts. Users can watch GMA, GMA News TV, and the most-awaited Heart of Asia in digital display, as well as all other free-to-air digital TV channels available in their area.

“GMA Affordabox stays true to its name as we make it available in the market at an affordable price, without compromising quality. GMA Network has teamed up with the best product developers and engineers to give you a device built with additional features and high-quality materials at an accessible price. Now, more Filipino homes can start enjoying digital TV viewing,” GMA Network President and COO Gilberto R. Duavit, Jr. stated.

“Aside from providing superior digital reception, we also wanted Filipino homes to enjoy additional features that are built to suit their lifestyle,” said GMA Network Chief Risk Officer and First Vice President for Corporate Strategic Planning and Concurrent Head for Program Support Regie C. Bautista.