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Galaxia Motion Pictures[]

1979-1991[]

Galaxia Motion Pictures 1979

1991-2003[]

Galaxia Motion Pictures 1991

Duncan Pictures[]

1986-2000[]

Duncan Pictures 1986

2000-2003[]

Duncan Pictures 2000

Galaxia-Duncan Entertainment[]

2003-2014[]

Snapshot - 77
Designer:  unknown
Typography:  DejaVu Sans
Liberation Sans
Launched:  unknown

In 2003, Galaxia Motion Pictures and Duncan Pictures was merged into Galaxia-Duncan Entertainment. Ten years after, Aberic Holdings (now MJA Telecorp) acquired its film studio.

2016-2021[]

Galaxia-Duncan
Designer:  unknown
Typography:  Exo
Launched:  unknown

2021-2024[]

Galaxia-Duncan Entertainment (2021)
Designer:  MJA Telecorp
Typography:  Liberation Sans
Launched:  August 1, 2021

Since 2021, Galaxia-Duncan Entertainment has been moved again its studio operations from El Kadsre to the Philippines. On that same year, its was also slightly tweaked its logo and changing the font (with the term "GalaxiaDuncan" swapped its colors to match with the logo).

GD Film Studios[]

2024-present[]

GD Film Studios (2024)
Designer:  MJA Telecorp
Typography:  Gotham
Launched:  July 1, 2024

On July 1, 2024, Galaxia-Duncan Entertainment will gonna changed its name into GD Film Studios.


VTE GD Media Holdings
Divested from

To be added!


Predecessor companies
Broadcasting Group of the Philippines


Parent
MJA Telecorp


Divisions
GD Film Studios | GD Signature | GD News and Public Affairs | GD Sports | GD Radio Networks | GD Regional Stations | GD Cable, Inc. (GD Cable Networks) | Mijoh Broadcasting Network (MJTV | DZMJ-FM) | Anime Television Partners, Inc. | The Journal Corporation | Mijoh Broadcasting Network | GD Interactive (Compile Philippines) | United Independent Broadcasting | Red de Televisión Tupi de las Américas | Australia Television Twelve | a television network based in UK | a media company based in Spain | To be added!


TV stations
GD Regional Stations
Analog TV stations
DWPR-TV 9 (Metro Manila, Pampanga, Tarlac, Bulacan, Rizal, Cavite, Laguna) | DZDB-TV 12 (Baguio) | DZDI-TV 10 (Iriga) | DYPB-TV 8 (Bacolod) | DYPC-TV 9 (Cebu) | DXDC-TV 5 (Cagayan de Oro) | DXDZ-TV 5 (Zamboanga) | DXPD-TV 9 (Davao)

Digital TV stations
DWPR-TV 21 (Metro Manila) | DZDB-TV 19 (Baguio) | DYPB-TV 25 (Bacolod) | DYPC-TV 21 (Cebu) | DXDC-TV 17 (Cagayan de Oro) | DXPD-TV 21 (Davao)


Television channels
Analog/Digital free-to-air channels
GD One | GD Two | GD Three | GD Dendoy | GD Kids | GD AsiaHits | GD RadyoNet | GD Compile | GD Deluxe | AniVerse | ASEAN

Cable and Satellite channels
GD Galaxy (Xtra | World) | GD Select (Plus) | GD Arts & Culture | Showcase1 | W Network1 | ITV Spark2 | Equator Channel (Logic) | Hidive3 | AniVerse | GD Now (Money | Weather) | GD Music (Urban | Club) | Stingray Hits!4 | Stingray Retro4 | GD Film (Plus | Family | Action | Comedy | Drama | Gallery) | Crave5 | GD Sport (2 | 3 | 360 | Classics) | TSN5

International channels
UIB News World | GD Prima | GD Ekstra | GD Dunia | GD One (Cobii Republic) | Maharlika (10%)


International broadcasters
Americas: UIB | Tupi (United States | Mexico) | Rede Espectro
Europe:
Oceania: The 12


Radio networks
Radyo Santelmo | Alter FM


GD Streaming
GD+


Former/Defunct
The3656 | Outlaw6 | GD More


Notes
1 Joint venture with Corus Entertainment.
2 Joint venture with ITV plc.
3 Joint venture with AMC Networks.
4 Joint venture with Stingray Group.
5 Joint venture with Bell Media.
6 Joint venture with Free TV Networks.

GD Media Holdings 2024

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