ANC will launch a new programming lineup on Monday, October 26, to solidify its leadership and better serve its viewers with top of the hour news and in-depth analysis of issues.
Cathy Yap-Yang is returning to the Philippines and back to where it all began for her – at the Kapamilya network via ANC, the ABS-CBN News Channel.
The ABS-CBN News Channel (ANC), the country’s most trusted news channel, was hailed as the Television Station of the Year at the Rotary Club of Manila’s (RCM) annual Journalism Awards held recently at the New World Hotel. ANC scooped up the recognition for the second time after winning the plum for the first time back in 2010. “We are […]
ANC has partnered with the government’s Credit Information Corporation (CIC) and The United States Agency for International Development to promote awareness of the country’s centralized credit information system.
“The World Tonight,” is moving to a new timeslot on ANC beginning Monday (January 12) with a longer running time of one hour,
ANC airs a documentary that tells the stories of the victims of Yolanda, a year after the city was ravaged by the super typhoon.
ANC brings “Bangsamoro and Beyond: A National Conversation,” which tackles the implications of the Bangsamoro Basic Law.
ABS-CBN will take Filipinos to the canonization of Popes John Paul II and John XXIII on Sunday (April 27) and will go full force in covering the visit of U.S. President Barack Obama next week.
ANC takes a closer look at the different issues that confront the country by highlighting the fascinating people and stories behind the bigger picture in its new 30-minute documentary program “Mukha.”
ANC will revisit the year’s biggest and most important news stories through the perspective of journalists that covered them in a two-part yearend report that airs on December 25 and January 1.