Selected episodes of the program can also be viewed on the Internet through the Members Church of God International websites and on You Tube.
It has been recognized as one of the longest-running religious programs in the Philippines. Initially, the TV program would only run for one hour due to limited funds.
After preaching nightly in the towns of Pampanga, Philippines for more than a decade during the 1970s, Bro.
Eli Soriano realized that it would take him many more years just to reach a large part of the country.
However, Ang Dating Daan still continues to be heard over radio, especially for those areas in the Philippines beyond the reach of televisions and computers.
MCGI takes advantage of Radyo Natin’s 100 stations that can reach more remote locations in the Philippines.
The program frequently criticizes other denominations for their doctrines, practices and what it says are false teachings, including the Catholic Church, some Christian denominations, Jehovah's Witnesses, Seventh-day Adventist Church, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and especially the Iglesia ni Cristo, (Church of Christ founded by Felix Manalo), a Philippine-based religion.
Boa Vontade is a Christian TV channel promoting education and culture with ecumenical spirituality.
Back then, radio was a popular medium that can offer the means to carry the voice of Bro.
Eli to a wider mileage at a cost cheaper than television.
It also features the use of multi-lingual and multi-dialectic translations of the Bible.
The Members of the Church of God International denies several doctrines such as the Trinity and salvation by grace alone.