- 1969 – “NUVUE”, the first cable television system, was set up in Baguio City spearheaded by American expatriate Russel Swartley.
- 1987 – Philippine Cable Television Association was organized with businessman and former Senator Ramon B. Magsaysay, Jr. as founding chairman.
- 1987 – President Corazon Aquino promulgated Executive Order No. 205 making cable television a deregulated and non exclusive industry.
- 1989 – The NTC promulgated a memorandum declaring cable television operations as part of the deregulated broadcast media industry.
- 1993 – First Annual Philippine Television Convention and Exhibition organized.
- 1993 – First issue of quarterly Head End News released.
- 1994 – Start of drafting of proposed “Cable Policy Act of the Philippines.”
- 1995 – Filing of House Bill No. 4729 authored by Rep. Herminio Aquino and Senate Bill No. 1365 introduced by Senator Leticia Ramos-Shahani or the proposed Cable Policy Act.
- 1995 – The first issue of Cable line released.
- 1996-1997 – Made its presence felt in the Asia Pacific region, as active participants, speakers and chairpersons in numerous regional conventions and fora, and as a major organizer of the Asia-Pacific Cable and Multichannel Union (ACMU).
- 1997- President Ramos issued Executive Order 436, recognizing CATV separate from Broadcast and Telecomms, also allowing advertising in CATV.