We believe in the power of media to educate, to persuade and to change our society. We are Probe Productions Inc., an independent media production company based in the Philippines.

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Probe Webisodes


After decades on television, Probe is finally going digital.

Our new online address will bring you new webisodes and make our extensive library of professionally shot video spanning over 20 years of media coverage accessible. From politics and current events, to nature, culture and the arts, take a look at Probe's archival collection.  

Who We Are

Probe Productions Inc. is known for producing the trailblazing shows in Philippine television -- “The Probe Team,” “Gameplan,” “5 and Up,” “Cheche Lazaro Presents,” and “Art Is Kool.” These programs earned critical acclaim for their depth, balance and high production values in both local and international competitions.

We produce audio-visual materials in varied genres -- whether your video project is a full-scale documentary, an instructional video, an organizational AVP, a TV show or a public service announcement, our team has the talent and expertise to bring your vision to life.

This is how we see video productions -- we want everyone who views your material to feel like they’ve had a close look inside your organization. We want them to walk away, mindful of the influence you have in your community, country and the world. Let us help you create a high impact video to motivate your stakeholders.

Educate. Persuade. Change our society. We are Probe Productions Inc.

Did You know?

On this day in the year 1899, Gen. Antonio Luna informs Pres. Emilio Aguinaldo about the Battle Bagbag River, Bulacan. He reported on: the death of 200 Filipinos and 700 Americans, spirited resistance of Bagbag’s defenders until lack of ammunition forced their retreat, and successful repulsion of impetrialist forces in Calumpit followed by their strategic destruction of military bridges. The Battle of Bagbag River was controversial because Gen. Luna left the battlefront to punish Gen. Mascardo, then in Pampanga, for refusing to heed his orders – resulting to the defeat of the Filipinos.


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