Viewers get a glimpse of some of their favorite shows such as CLTV 36's longest-running political talk show, Hamon Central Luzon, hosted by veteran journalist Tonette Orejas. CLTV 36 devotes an hour everyday for its flagship program, CLTV 36 Balitaan. The CLTV 36 news and public affairs team assembles and produces more than 15 hours of news and issue-based programs every week such as Spot Report, Special Report, Focus, and Trip, Treat at Gimik.
CLTV 36 also offers public affairs programs, such as: Travel Blog, featuring the travel experiences of the famous and seasoned blogger Ivan Henares, co-hosted by Ching Pangilinan; Spotlight, a showcase of the arts and culture of the region, hosted by the multi-talented artist and Kapampangan cultural advocate, Andy Alviz; and OK si Dok, a medical program hosted by Dr. William Olalia and Dr. Salve Olalia. CLTV 36 Vice President and General Manager Sonia P. Soto hosts So to Speak and WAGI or Women Are Great Inspirations. The latter, a first of its kind in the region, a woman empowerment show which celebrates the triumphs of women from Central Luzon has received accolades both locally and nationally. The show has been honored by the the prestigious media organization, Kapisanan ng mga Brodkaster ng Pilipinas or KBP. In 2008, barely a year in the airwaves, host Sonia P. Soto was awarded Best Public Affairs Program Host in the 17th KBP Golden Dove Awards.
Aside from its regular weekly programs, CLTV 36 has also been at the forefront of major events in the region such as the annual Giant Lantern Festival of the City of San Fernando, Pampanga. True to its commitment to serve the community and the region, CLTV 36 has also initiated various activities, taking its outreach efforts beyond the broadcast studios. In the past years, CLTV 36, with its staff and crew, organized a medical mission through the medical program OK si Dok, Takbo Para Kay Lola fun run to raise funds for women victims of military sexual slavery in Mapaniqui, Candaba and Operation Tulong to aid victims of Typhoon Ondoy.
CLTV 36 has made its mark in the regional media industry by providing a platform by which the community can articulate their aspirations and be involved in the discourses that shape the nation. It continues to serve the community through first-rate news and programming, with its heart in Central Luzon's past and its eye on Central Luzon's future.