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The following is a list of events affecting Philippine television in 1975. Events listed include television show debuts, finales, cancellations, and channel launches, closures and rebrandings, as well as information about controversies and carriage disputes.
- February 1 – The Intercontinental Broadcasting Corporation relaunched in the Philippines back on March 1, 1960.
- April 9 – The Philippine Basketball Association was inaugurated at Araneta Coliseum in Quezon City, with the Kanlaon Broadcasting System as its first coveror.
- December 1 – GMA Radio-Television Arts launches Kapwa Ko Mahal Ko.
|February 3||Mid-day Report on IBC-13|
|Newsday on IBC-13|
|Newsday Cebu on IBC 13 Cebu|
|April 9||Philippine Basketball Association on KBS 9|
|December 1||Damayan on GTV 4|
|Kapwa Ko Mahal Ko on GMA|
- January: Student Canteen on GMA
- Katha on GMA
- Katha-katha on GMA
- Tanghalan on GMA
- Discorama on GMA
- John Osteen on GMA
- Little House on the Prairie on GMA
- Chico and the Man on GMA
- MLB on GMA
- Spin-A-Win on KBS 9
- OK Lang on IBC 13
- Apat na Sikat on IBC 13
- Good Afternoon Po... Guguluhin Namin Kayo... Salamat Po on IBC 13
- Jesus Miracle Crusade on IBC 13
- The Wild Wild West on IBC 13
- IBCinema on IBC 13
- PPP: Piling-Piling Pelikula on IBC 13
- Tarzan on IBC 13
- Gunsmoke on IBC 13
- Lancer (season 1) on GMA
- Cade's County on GMA
- $6,000,000 Man (season 1) on KBS 9
- January 16 – Anthony Taberna, TV & Radio host, Anchor
- February 7 – Ian Veneracion, Filipino actor
- February 11 – Lourd de Veyra, TV Host, TV5 & Vocalist of Radioactive Sago Project
- March 14 – Rico Yan, Filipino actor (d. 2002)
- May 20 – Miriam Quiambao, Filipina actress and first runner-up in Miss Universe 1999
- August 7 – Almira Muhlach, Filipina actress
- August 17 – Carmina Villarroel, Filipina actress, TV host and Former model
- October 17 – Vina Morales, singer and actress
- November 6 – Tisha Silang
- November 30 – Diego Castro III, Filipino journalist and actor
- December 29 – William Thio, Filipino journalist and TV host
- "INTERCONTINENTAL BROADCASTING CORPORATION (IBC), represented by ATTY. RENATOQ. BELLO, in his capacity as CEO and President, Petitioner, v. NOEMI B. AMARILLA, CORSINI R. LAGAHIT, ANATOLIO G. OTADOY, and CANDIDO C. QUIÑONES, JR.,". chanrobles.com. Chan Robles.
- KAPUSO DAY – Butch S. Raquel (April 1, 2015). "Kapwa Ko, Mahal Ko: 39 years & still running".
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