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Sonshine Media Network International

Sonshine Media Network International (SMNI)
Type Broadcast television network
Country Philippines
Slogan Where Everything is Possible
A World of Endless Posibilities
Key people
Apollo C. Quiboloy (founder)
Launch date
Former names
ACQ Broadcasting Network (1987-1992)
ACQ Worldwide Broadcast Ministries-Q Channel (1992-1998)
ETV-39 (1998-2001)
ACQ-Kingdom Broadcasting Network (2005-2010)
Official website
SMNI website
Language Filipino

Sonshine Media Network International (SMNI) is the broadcasting arm of a Philippine television evangelist, Pastor Apollo C. Quiboloy. Based in Davao City, it is available via terrestrial broadcast, cable, satellite, and online streaming. Its single television channel maintains 24-hour service through regular repetition of a dozen self-produced Kingdom Programs in English and Tagalog. It also maintains a network of radio stations under the name "Sonshine Media Network International" of the Swara Sug Media Network. The main studios are located at JC Compound, Philippine-Japan Friendship Highway, Catitipan, Davao City.

Licensed in late 2003 by the Philippine government to operate thirty-eight broadcast channels, they now operate thirty with plans to operate six more. Sonshine TV 43 Davao is on Air 24/7.


  • SMNI TV Programs 1
    • Current 1.1
    • Specials 1.2
    • Previous 1.3
  • SMNI's slogans 2
  • SMNI Stations Nationwide 3
    • SMNI TV stations in the Philippines 3.1
      • SMNI TV Nationwide 3.1.1
      • SMNI TV on Cable Television 3.1.2
    • Sonshine Radio stations in the Philippines 3.2
  • References 4
  • External links 5

SMNI TV Programs


  • A Day in the life of the Appointed Son of God - Short on-trip segment on Give Us This Day features the activities of Pastor Apollo.
  • Daily Dose of David Axel - Nightly short segment on Give Us This Day with the Children's Joy Foundation kids
  • Give Us This Day (2003–present) - A nightly show featuring fellowship with the Appointed Son of God, Pastor Apollo C. Quiboloy, singing and sharing of victory reports from viewers and Kingdom citizens around the world.
  • Gospel of the Kingdom - A daily preaching program of Pastor Quiboloy featuring The King is Coming Tours from around the world. (also aired on IBC, KCNS, KIKU-TV, KVMD-TV, WSKY and Joytv)
  • Highest Praise – Music videos featuring Kingdom Original Music by the Kingdom Musicians.
  • Kingdom Upclose - Recent church happenings, including the activities of Pastor Quiboloy.
  • Mindanao Karon - A 1 hour Saturday morning news and commentary program hosted by Boy B'laan aired in the Teleradyo format simulcasting from DXRD 711 kHz Davao City
  • Newsline World (2006, 2011–present) (formerly Newsline) - SMNI's English late night newscast.
  • Newsline Philippines (2006–present) (formerly Newsline Pilipinas) - SMNI's morning news program in Filipino language. (It became the network's flagship newscast right after Newsline Mindanao go off the air during the rebranding of SMNI)
  • Powerline (1995–present) – A 1 and a half hour Filipino-language program of Pastor Quiboloy, where he discusses religious issues and answers queries.
  • Quiet Moments – An hour of instrumental praise and worship combined with scenic views from the Garden of Eden Restored.
  • Sonshine Kiddie Co. - this is the newest children's program that teaches good values.
  • Sounds of Worship - This program airs the Live Thanksgiving and Worship Presentation held in Davao City and different parts of the world.
  • The Passion of the Christ - Airs during Holy Week only (also aired on TV5 for the Filipino dubbed and censored version)


  • Christmas from the Heart (2003–present) - A Christmas program produced for the benefit of the Children's Joy Foundation, whose goal is "To Feed, To Clothe, and To Send to School Millions of Children in the Philippines".
  • Straight from the Heart


  • Batang Kaharian (lit. Kingdom Child) – A 30-minute religious education program for children sponsored by the Children's Joy Foundation.
  • Daily Light – An hour of instrumental praise and worship combined with scenic views.
  • Eagle's Eye
  • Generation K - a youth-oriented program produced in cooperation with the Keepers Club International.
  • I Am the Way – A 30-minute program of discussion of the Kingdom Doctrines based on the preaching of Pastor Quiboloy.
  • International Hour - a program that features bible studies and preachings in foreign languages, done by the Kingdom's world ambassadors.
  • Newsline Mindanao - SMNI's news program for Visayas/Mindanao edition. (Ironically, although the newcast's main language is Bisaya, it is the network's flagship newscast.)
  • News@12 - A 15-minute daily news program.
  • SMNI Election Watch (May 14, 2013)
  • State of the Nation Address Coverage (2013–present)
  • The Hour of Truth - 90-minute religious program (seen on IBC 13)
  • The Weekender World - Sonshine TV's 30-minute weekend news program.
  • Walk with the Son – A 60-minute program that features testimonies, "victory reports" and life stories .
  • Way Ahead - A 30-minute youth-oriented program.

SMNI's slogans

Branding Slogan Years Archive
ACQ-Kingdom Broadcasting Network
Your Window To The Inner World
(Delivering the good news 24 hours a day 7 days a week,)
Sonshine Media Network International Service First, Right Here, Right Now, Worldwide 2006–August 2010
Sonshine Media Network International Where Christmas happens Everyday every December only
2006–2008; 2013
Sonshine Media Network International One World, One Wish, One Christmas every December only
Sonshine Media Network International
Alternative Media.
Alternative Power.
It Sustains Life./Informs.
August–November 2010
Sonshine Media Network International
Where Everything is Possible 2011–Present
Sonshine Media Network International
A World of Endless Possibilities September 2012–Present

SMNI Stations Nationwide

SMNI TV stations in the Philippines

SMNI TV Nationwide

Branding Callsign Ch. # Power (kW) Station Type Location (Transmitter site)
SMNI TV-43 Davao DXAQ-TV TV-43 50 kW Originating Davao
SMNI TV-39 Manila** DWBP-TV TV-39 60 kW Originating Metro Manila
SMNI TV-46 Abra DWFQ-TV TV-46 1 kW Planned Abra
SMNI TV-36 Baguio DWBQ-TV TV-36 5 kW Originating Baguio
SMNI TV-35 Laoag DZIQ-TV TV-35 5 kW Originating Laoag
SMNI TV-30 Vigan DWIQ-TV TV-30 1 kW Relay Vigan
SMNI TV-27 La Union DWUQ-TV TV-27 1 kW Relay San Fernando, La Union
SMNI TV-50 Dagupan DWPQ-TV TV-50 5 kW Originating Dagupan
SMNI TV-33 Tuguegarao DWTQ-TV TV-33 2.5 kW Relay Tuguegarao
SMNI TV-37 Isabela DZSQ-TV TV-37 2.5 kW Originating Santiago, Isabela
SMNI TV-28 Baler DWAQ-TV TV-28 1 kW Planned Baler
SMNI TV-30 Tarlac DWDQ-TV TV-30 1 kW Relay Tarlac
SMNI TV-30 Cabanatuan DWAY-TV TV-26 1 kW Planned Cabanatuan
SMNI TV-32 Pampanga DZDQ-TV TV-32 1 kW Relay San Fernando, Pampanga
SMNI TV-38 Lucena DWQQ-TV TV-38 2.5 kW Relay Lucena
SMNI TV-30 San Pablo DZSP-TV TV-30 2.5 kW Relay San Pablo, Laguna
SMNI TV-34 Occidental Mindoro DWJQ-TV TV-34 1 kW Planned Occidental Mindoro
SMNI TV-40 Calapan DWMQ-TV TV-40 5 kW Relay Calapan
SMNI TV-39 Palawan DYPQ-TV TV-39 1 kW Originating Puerto Princesa
SMNI TV-26 Naga DWNQ-TV TV-26 5 kW Originating Naga
SMNI TV-35 Legazpi DZLQ-TV TV-35 5 kW Relay Legazpi
SMNI TV-21 Virac DWKQ-TV TV-21 1 kW Relay Virac, Catanduanes
SMNI TV-31 Sorsogon DWSQ-TV TV-31 1 kW Relay Sorsogon
SMNI TV-31 Daet DWER-TV TV-31 5 kW Planned Daet
SMNI TV-26 Masbate DYMQ-TV TV-26 1 kW Relay Masbate
SMNI TV-35 Kalibo DYKQ-TV TV-35 1 kW Relay Kalibo, Aklan
SMNI TV-39 Roxas DYRQ-TV TV-39 1 kW Relay Roxas
SMNI TV-30 Iloilo DYAQ-TV TV-30 2.5 kW Originating Iloilo
SMNI TV-36 Antique DYGR-TV TV-36 2.5 kW Planned Antique
SMNI TV-40 Bacolod DYXQ-TV TV-40 1 kW Originating Bacolod
SMNI TV-21 Sipalay DYSP-TV TV-21 1 kW Planned Sipalay
SMNI TV-35 Cebu DYBQ-TV TV-35 10 kW Originating Cebu
SMNI TV-22 Dumaguete DYYQ-TV TV-22 5 kW (150.7 kW ERP) Relay Dumaguete
SMNI TV-30 Tagbilaran DYHQ-TV TV-30 1 kW Relay Tagbilaran
SMNI TV-40 Tacloban** DYLQ-TV TV-40 5 kW Originating Tacloban
SMNI TV-42 Ormoc DYOQ-TV TV-42 1 kW Relay Ormoc
SMNI TV-34 Calbayog DYCR-TV TV-34 1 kW Relay Calbayog
SMNI TV-27 Catbalogan DYEQ-TV TV-27 1 kW Planned Catbalogan
SMNI TV-39 Zamboanga DXZQ-TV TV-39 5 kW Originating Zamboanga
SMNI TV-28 Dipolog DXQQ-TV TV-28 1 kW Relay Dipolog
SMNI TV-32 Pagadian DXRQ-TV TV-32 1 kW Relay Pagadian
SMNI TV-37 Cagayan De Oro DXCQ-TV TV-37 5 kW Originating Cagayan De Oro
SMNI TV-39 Iligan DXIQ-TV TV-39 1 kW Relay Iligan
SMNI TV-21 Malaybalay DXMQ-TV TV-21 1 kW Planned Malaybalay
SMNI TV-27 Ozamiz DXOQ-TV TV-27 1 kW Relay Ozamiz
SMNI TV-43 Digos DXDQ-TV TV-43 1 kW Relay Digos
SMNI TV-22 General Santos DXGQ-TV TV-22 5 kW Originating General Santos
SMNI TV-42 Koronadal DXKQ-TV TV-42 1 kW Relay Koronadal
SMNI TV-31 Kidapawan DXNQ-TV TV-31 1 kW Relay Kidapawan
SMNI TV-29 Cotabato DXTQ-TV TV-29 5 kW Relay Cotabato
SMNI TV-31 Surigao DXSQ-TV TV-31 5 kW Relay Surigao
SMNI TV-39 Butuan DXUQ-TV TV-39 5 kW Originating Butuan
SMNI TV-20 Tandag DXTR-TV TV-20 1 kW Relay Tandag
SMNI TV-28 Jolo DXJQ-TV TV-28 1 kW Relay Jolo, Sulu

*- Currently Inactive

SMNI TV on Cable Television

Cable Provider Ch. # Coverage
Cignal Digital TV 94 Nationwide
G Sat Coming Soon Nationwide
Cablelink 75 Metro Manila
Destiny Cable 97 on Analog Metro Manila
Destiny Cable 162 on Digital Metro Manila
SkyCable 162 (Digital) Metro Manila

Sonshine Radio stations in the Philippines

Branding Callsign Frequency Power (kW) Location
Sonshine Radio DZAR 1026 kHz 50 kW Metro Manila
Sonshine Radio Laoag DWAR 819 kHz 5 kW Laoag
Sonshine Radio Dagupan DZRD 981 kHz 10 kW Dagupan
Sonshine Radio Tuguegarao DZYT 765 kHz 5 kW Tuguegarao
Sonshine Radio Ilagan DZYI 711 kHz 5 kW Ilagan, Isabela
Sonshine Radio Santiago DWSI 864 kHz 10 kW Santiago, Isabela
Sonshine Radio Cabanatuan DWAY 1332 kHz 5 kW Cabanatuan
Sonshine Radio San Pablo DZSP 864 kHz 5 kW San Pablo
Sonshine Radio Cebu DYAR 765 kHz 15 kW Cebu
Sonshine Radio Zamboanga DXYZ 963 kHz 10 kW Zamboanga
Sonshine Radio Davao DXRD 711 kHz 15 kW Davao
Kingdom Radio DXAQ 1404 kHz 15 kW Davao Central
Sonshine Radio Cagayan De Oro DXCL 1098 kHz 15 kW Cagayan De Oro
Sonshine Radio General Santos DXRE 837 kHz 10 kW General Santos
Sonshine Radio Cotabato DXRO 945 kHz 5 kW Cotabato
Sonshine Radio Butuan DXRB 963 kHz 10 kW Butuan
Sonshine Radio Bislig DXBL 801 kHz 5 kW Bislig

*Formerly owned by Nation Broadcasting Corporation (now owned by TV5, the company that airs Radyo5 92.3 News FM and AksyonTV) under the name Angel Radyo from 1998 to 2005. **Formerly Inactive.


  • "ACQ KBN granted franchise to open 38 free TV stations". Sun.Star Davao. 2003-12-27. 
  • "Globecast ACQ-KBN satellite channel listing". Retrieved 11 November 2005. 

External links

  • The Kingdom of Jesus Christ, The Name Above Every Name
  • ACQ-KBN Official Site
  • Sonshine TV Official Site
  • ACQ-KBN's Official YouTube Channel
  • Sonshine Radio Official Site
  • Sonshine Media Network Int'l.
  • Kingdom Radio DXAQ 1404 kHz
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