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History of the ICT

Discussion of the History of the Information Communication Technology in the Philippines
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John Francis Benavente

on 5 December 2012

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Transcript of History of the ICT

Philippine Context History of ICT
"Information Communications Technology 1953 PRINT MEDIA The First Printing Press In The Philippines was set up by the Dominican friars in Manila Old xylographic method (Engraved Wood Blocks)
was created. 1602 Fr. Blancas de San Jose introduced printing by movable types in 1602 BROADCAST MEDIA
(First Known Printer In The Philippines)
Doctrina Christiana in Tagalog Juan De Vera 1610 Tomas Pinpin Prince of the Filipino Printers Printed the “Librong Pagaaralan ng mga Tagalog ng Uicang Castilla” 1767 The Philippine Postal Corporation “PhilPost” was established 1811 Del Superior Gobierno The first newspaper in the Philippines which began publication in August 1811. Edited by the Spanish-governor-general himself. 1846 The first daily newspaper edited by Felipe Lacorte and Evaristo Calderon the La Ezperanza 1953 First TV station was created the Alto Broadcasting System (ABS) Channel 3 1946 The Philippine Broadcasting Service operated under the Office of the President 1987 Launched the news program "TV Patrol" anchored by a team of announcers led by
Noli de Castro 1989 ABS-CBN shifted to satellite broadcast, enabling the entire country to watch the same programs simultaneously 1996 ABS-CBN introduced its second broadcast television network Studio 23 as well as the cable channels MYX 2004 ABS-CBN Corporation started digitizing its content in 2004.[ 2007 ABS-CBN invested in a 4 million dollar deal with IBM Corporation for a Media Asset Management System (MAMS) that includes support and 2 petabytes (2000 terabytes) of storage capacity that can store over 200,000 hours of television content and its library of over 2000 films 2011 ABS-CBN Corporation acquired the patented weather forecasting system from Weather Central, a United States-based company. MOBILE AND THE INTERNET Philippine Network Foundation (PHNet), enabled the Filipinos to be connected live via a 64 kbps link. 85,000 Internet users in the Philippines International Data Corporation (IDC) Yahoo Computer Services introduced "yahoo.com.ph" in the Philippines 1994 1997 ABS-CBN went online through its ABS-CBN Interactive Web site Businessworld Online, Manila Bulletin, Philippine Star, Manila Times and the Philippine Daily Inquirer went online 2001
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