DZMM, UKG, and TV Patrol celebrate milestones with overseas Filipinos in Canada

Candice Santos and Shaira Garrido bested other talented Filipino singers in Canada to advance to the GPSI grand finals.

DZMM Radyo Patrol 630, “Umagang Kay Ganda,” (UKG) and “TV Patrol” (TVP) put on a show for overseas Filipinos in Ontario, Canada last November 18 in celebration of DZMM TeleRadyo and UKG’s 10th anniversary and 30 years of TVP.

 

Dubbed as “Gabi ng Pasasalamat: A Thanksgiving Show” the event featured iconic DZMM and TVP anchor Noli “Kabayan” De Castro, UKG anchor Winnie Cordero, DZMM anchor Ahwel Paz, TFC Adobo Nation anchor Ginger Conejero, Queen of Soul Jaya, and Kapamilya actor Xian Lim.

 

It also showcased the wit, heart, and talent of Filipinos abroad with the contenders in UKG’s “Nanay Kong Kay Ganda” and DZMM’s “Global Pinoy Singing Idol” (GPSI) taking the stage. “Nanay Kong Kay Ganda” is UKG’s search for outstanding Filipino mothers, which will also go to Hong Kong this month. GPSI, meanwhile, is DZMM’s long-running talent show for overseas Filipinos that will have its grand finals in February 2018.

 

DZMM station manager Marah Capuyan shared that the show, which is a collaboration between ABS-CBN News and TFC, the Filipino Channel, received a very warm reception from Filipinos abroad, some of them even coming from outside Ontario.

 

“We are very happy to be able to celebrate these major milestones with our Kapamilyas overseas. The fact that they took time – and for some traveled far – to be with us, warms our heart and inspires us even more to deliver to them news and public service through DZMM, UKG, TV Patrol, and other ABS-CBN News platforms,” she said.

 

Meanwhile, here in the Philippines, DZMM Radyo Patrol 630 continues to top the Metro Manila AM radio survey according to Kantar Media. In its survey conducted last September 22 to 28, DZMM garnered an audience share of 31%, well ahead of DZBB Super Radyo with 21% and DZXL RMN Manila with 18%.

 

The result shows that more Filipinos continue tune in to DZMM for news and information. However, aside from being first when it comes in news, DZMM also continues to be first in public service with its various programs and projects for the benefit of Filipinos.

 

Recently, the program “Dr. Love” of anchor Bro. Jun Banaag celebrated its 20th anniversary by giving free haircuts, check-ups, and eyeglasses to senior citizens at the Manila Boystown Complex in Marikina City. This December, DZMM’s award-winning TLC (Teaching, Learning, Caring) mobile clinic and classroom will also be going to the Quezon province, while its “Maligayang Paslit” gift-giving activity for children will be held in Enchanted Kingdom.

 

Stay tuned for more news and public service updates by listening to DZMM Radyo Patrol 630 on AM radio or via audio streaming at dzmm.com.ph, by watching DZMM TeleRadyo on cable or ABS-CBN TVplus, or following @DZMMTeleRadyo on Facebook and Twitter.

 

 

DZMM, UKG, AT TV PATROL, NAGDIWANG NG MGA ANIBERSARYO KASAMA

ANG MGA PINOY SA CANADA

 

Isang gabing puno ng aliw at saya ang hinatid ng DZMM Radyo Patrol 630, “Umagang Kay Ganda,” (UKG) at “TV Patrol” (TVP) sa mga Pilipino sa Ontario, Canada noong Nobyembre para sa pagdiriwang ng ika-sampung anibersaryo ng DZMM Teleradyo at UKG, at tatlumpung taon ng TVP.

 

Bumida ang mga Kapamilya artists na sina Jaya at Xian Lim kasama ang DZMM at TVP anchors na sina Noli “Kabayan” De Castro, UKG anchor na si Winnie Cordero, DZMM anchor Ahwel Paz, at TFC Adobo Nation anchor na si Ginger Conejero sa programang tinawag na “Gabi ng Pasasalamat: A Thanksgiving Show.”

 

Ipinamalas din dito ang talino, puso, at talento ng mga Pilipino sa ibang bansa sa pamamagitan ng “Nanay Kong Kay Ganda” ng UKG at “Global Pinoy Singing Idol” (GPSI) ng DZMM. Ang “Nanay Kong Kay Ganda” ay patimpalak ng UKG para sa mga Pilipinong ina na kanilang dadalhin din sa Hong Kong ngayong Disyembre. Samantala, ang GPSI naman ang paligsahan ng DZMM para sa mga Pilipinong mangangawit sa ibang bansa, na magkakaroon naman ng kanilang grand finals sa Pebrero 2018.

 

Taos pusong tinaggap ng mga Pilipino sa ibang bansa ang isinagawang programa, kung saan ang ilan pa ay nanggaling sa malayong lugar, ayon kay DZMM station manager na si Marah Capuyan.

 

“Masaya kami na makapagdiwang ng aming mga tagumpay kasama ang mga Kapamilya na malayo sa atin. Nakakataba ng puso na tayo ay dinayo pa nila kaya naman lalo pa kaming inspirado na makapagbigay ng de-kalibreng balita at serbisyo publiko sa lahat ng Pilipino,” ani pa niya.

 

Samantala, sa Pilipinas naman, patuloy na nangunguna ang DZMM Radyo 630 sa Metro Manila ayon sa Kantar Media. Sa survey na isinagawa noong Setyembre 22 hanggang 28, nakakuha ng 31% audience share ang DZMM, lamang sa 21% ng DZBB Super Radyo at 18% ng DZXL RMN Manila na may 18%.

 

Patunay lamang ito na mas maraming Pilipino pa rin ang tumututok sa DZMM para sa balita at impormasyon. Bukod dito, nangunguna rin ang himpilan sa serbisyo publiko. Kamakailan, namigay ng libreng gupit, check-up, at salamin ang “Dr. Love” ni Bro. Jun Banaag sa mga matatanda sa Manila Boystown Complex sa Marikina City. Ngayong Disyembre, pupunta rin ang premyadong TLC (Teaching, Learning, Caring) ng DZMM na mobile clinic at classroom sa Quezon province, samantalang  ang “Maligayang Paslit” naman ay magbibigay ng regalo sa mga bata na kanilang ipapasyal sa Enchanted Kingdom.

 

Para sa pinakamainit na balita at impormasyon sa mga parating na public servie event, tumutok sa DZMM Radyo Patrol 630 sa AM radio at via audio livestreaming sa dzmm.com.ph, sa DZMM TeleRadyo sa cable at ABS-CBN TVplus, at sundan ang @DZMMTeleRadyo sa Facebook at Twitter.

 

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