TV5 wins at the 13th IABC Quill Awards

(The Philippine Star) - March 13, 2015 - 12:00am

MANILA, Philippines - TV5 took home Awards of Excellence at the 13th Philippine Quill Awards, the country's most prestigious awards in business communication. 

The network’s Radyo5 Taxi Squad: Todo Radyo Serbisyo and Rescue5 Activity Book for Visayas bagged Excellence awards in the Communication Management division and Communication Skills division, respectively. Both campaigns are under News5, highlighting the network's public service excellence and commitment to cause journalism. 

Both Radyo5 and Rescue5 further made it to the five finalists that competed for the Top Award in the Communication Management and Communication Skills divisions, respectively.

Radyo5 Taxi Squad: Todo Radyo Serbisyo empowers cab drivers by forming a sustainable community of taxi drivers who serve as citizen journalists and role models to others. Rescue5, on the other hand, pioneered a fun and innovative way of teaching disaster preparedness to kids in calamity-stricken Visayas.

These award-winning campaigns strengthen News5’s own brand of journalism, “Higit sa Balita, Aksyon,” which does not stop in just reporting news but goes the extra mile by taking action for positive change and inspiring the general public to do the same.

The Philippine Quill Awards is organized by the Philippine chapter of International Association of Business Communicators (IABC), a global network of around 15,500 business communicators in 80 countries. The awards ceremony was held last March 9 at the Crowne Plaza Galleria Manila.

ACTIVITY BOOK AWARDS OF EXCELLENCE COMMUNICATION MANAGEMENT COMMUNICATION MANAGEMENT AND COMMUNICATION SKILLS COMMUNICATION SKILLS CROWNE PLAZA GALLERIA MANILA INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF BUSINESS COMMUNICATORS PHILIPPINE QUILL AWARDS TAXI SQUAD TODO RADYO SERBISYO TOP AWARD
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