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TV Patrol Central Visayas
TV Patrol central visayas logo.jpg
Nagabalita ug Nagaalagad Bisan Asa sa Central Visayas
Created by ABS-CBN Regional Network Group
Directed by Maryann Uy
Starring Leo Lastimosa
Country of origin Philippines
Original language(s) Cebuano
No. of episodes n/a (airs daily)
Production
Executive producer(s) Maryann Uy
Running time 30 minutes
Broadcast
Original channel ABS-CBN TV-3 Cebu
Picture format 480i (4:3 SDTV)
Audio format Stereo
Original run August 29, 1988 – present

TV Patrol Central Visayas (formerly TV Patrol Cebu) is the local news network broadcast of the ABS-CBN Regional Network Group in Mandaue City. It has been the most watched news program in Metro Cebu and the Central Visayas region. The program delivers news headlines about the current events in Central Visayas. It is aired live daily from the ABS-CBN Channel 3 Cebu at 5:15 PM, from Monday to Friday, with simulcast over ABS-CBN TV-12 Dumaguete and TV-9 Bohol and on radio thru DYAB Radyo Patrol 1512 Cebu.

Anchored by Leo Lastimosa, TV Patrol Central Visayas had been recognized by Catholic Mass Media Awards (CMMA) as Best TV News Program in 2005 and in 2008. It was further given recognition by Cebu Archdiocesan Media Awards (CAMMA) as the Best TV News Program in 2007 and 2009.

History

As TV Patrol Cebu (1988-2001)

TV Patrol Cebu premiered on August 29, 1988. Titus Borromeo was the first anchor of the regional newscast, making them to be the first and the longest running regional TV Patrol in the Philippines.

As TV Patrol Dumaguete (2001-2004)

In 2001, ABS-CBN Dumaguete opens along with its flagship show TV Patrol Dumaguete. Titus Borromeo is also the pioneer anchor for the newscast.

As TV Patrol Central Visayas (2001-present)

On July 2, 2001, TV Patrol Cebu relaunches to TV Patrol Central Visayas. The newscast continues to earn local and national awards, including the Catholic Mass Media Awards. On June 30, 2006, TV Patrol Dumaguete was cancelled to merge with TV Patrol Central Visayas.

In 2008, TV Patrol Central Visayas celebrates 20 years of public service to Central Philippines. It has covered news events like events around the administration Cebu's political families (Osmeña, Garcia, Rama).Peace and order situations in far-flung towns and cities outside Cebu City. Events that were on national scale: the 1989 nationwide coup, the 1991 Ormoc floods, the 1997 Chiong sisters case, the 2004 Presidential Inauguration in Cebu, The 2005 Bohol cassava cake poisoning, the 2006 Southern Leyte landslide, the 2007 ASEAN Summit.

TV Patrol Central Visayas celebrated its 25th anniversary in 2013. The same year, the newscast updated their graphics, OBB, studio set and video and audio packages.

Area of coverage

Segments

  • Police Patrol (Police Reports)
  • Sports Patrol (Sports News)
  • Ronda Patrol (Breaking News)
  • Halad sa Kapamilya (Public Service)
  • Star Patrol (Showbiz News)
  • Eco Patrol (Environmental News)
  • Maayong Balita (Good News)
  • World Patrol (Foreign News)
  • Campus Patrol (School News)
  • Choose Philippines

Anchors

Current

Previous

  • Ina Reformina (She is now a reporter for ABS-CBN Manila)
  • Harry Gasser†
  • Vicky Hermosisima
  • Robinson Yap
  • Nanette Tapayan
  • Bingo Gonzales
  • Rosemarie Borromeo
  • Dante Luzon (Now with CCTN 47)
  • Haide Acuña
  • Shella Gallardo

Reporters

Current

  • Rico Lucena - Sit-in anchor for Leo Lastimosa
  • Vilma Andales - Sit-in anchor for Leo Lastimosa
  • Carine Asutilla
  • Jesse Atienza
  • Maryann Uy - Executive Producer / Director
  • Randy Jainar
  • Joworski Alipon
  • Edgar Escalante
  • Junrey Nadela
  • Aiza Layague
  • Jude Torres

Previous

  • Titus Borromeo (now with TV5 Cebu)
  • Bob Malazarte
  • Juve Villar
  • Jun Tariman (now with Solar News Channel)
  • Rosemarie Holganza-Borromeo
  • Gil Denuro
  • Shella Gallardo
  • Ina Reformina - currently ABS-CBN News Manila reporter
  • Fil Lamberang
  • Kim Quilinguing
  • Noemi King
  • RJ Leduna (now spokesperson of SM City Cebu)
  • Nancy Bacalso-Ferrer
  • DX Lapid
  • Kara Mae Noveda
  • Cathy Gabronino
  • Marlon Bellita† - (1971 – November 13, 2012)
  • Rachelle Dangin (now with Bank of the Philippine Islands)
  • Liza Cabrera
  • Reno Tallada (TV News Producer, BAYON TV NEWS, Phnom Penh Cambodia)
  • Joy Montero

See also

References


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