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DZMM TeleRadyo soon to air ABS-CBN current-affairs shows

The Philippine Star

MANILA, Philippines - DZMM marks another milestone on its 25th anniversary with the launch of the ABS-CBN News and Current Affairs time block on DZMM TeleRadyo (SkyCable ch. 26).

Starting tomorrow, Sept. 5 at 9:15 p.m., TeleRadyo will air ABS-CBN’s acclaimed current affairs programs XXX, Patrol ng Pilipino, Storyline, Krusada and SOCO, weekdays after Usapang De Campanilla.

This is the first time in Philippine TV history that a channel in teleradyo format will offer current affairs programs.

ABS-CBN Manila Radio division head Peter Musngi said this programming breakthrough is a product of a historic partnership between DZMM and ABS-CBN News and Current Affairs (NCA).

  “We at DZMM believe in the brilliance and ability of NCA in producing programs that can open the minds of the people on the real condition of our society,” he said.

ABS-CBN NCA head Ging Reyes added that while viewers can still watch the programs on their original airing days on Channel 2, the DZMM TeleRadyo airing will offer something special to viewers.

“The current affairs programs will have a ‘live’ feel as we will be using the DZMM TeleRadyo interface to make the shows more interactive,” she explained.

Every Monday, TeleRadyo viewers should watch out for Anthony Taberna, Pinky Webb and Julius Babao as they expose anomalies in XXX. ABS-CBN reporters get to share the stories behind the news in Patrol ng Pilipino every Tuesday. Every Wednesday, witness eye-opening stories in Storyline. Catch ABS-CBN’s respected anchors take stands in Krusada every Thursday. Finally, join the country’s top crime reporter and anchor Gus Abelgas in SOCO every Friday.

ABS

ANTHONY TABERNA

CBN

EVERY MONDAY

EVERY WEDNESDAY

GING REYES

GUS ABELGAS

KRUSADA

MANILA RADIO

NEWS AND CURRENT AFFAIRS

PETER MUSNGI

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