TV5 News and Information Block Goes ‘Everyday All The Way’!

NEWS5, TV5’s news and information arm, reaffirms its commitment to provide quality public affairs programs from early morning to late night by introducing its own line-up of new shows that are all in line with the Kapatid Network’s “Everyday All the Way” campaign.

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Starting October 14, Kapatid viewers will be starting their day right as Good Morning Club introduces its new segments. Grace Lee greets viewers at 6:00 via “Good Morning Grace!” At 6:10am, Erwin Tulfo and Martin Andanar will provide relevant information in “Good Morning Sir”. Cheryl Cosim, Tuesday Vargas, Twink Macaraig and Grace Lee will exchange opinions as they tackle various issues and concerns on “Good Morning Girls” at 7:00am. Christine Bersola-Babao will give a 15-minute pep-talk about motherhood as she hosts “Good Morning Moms” from 7:45am to 8:00am. With these new segments offering essential information in a “bite-size” structure, Good Morning Club provides customized servings of reliable information for the viewers’ consumption every day.

 

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Further, NEWS5 strengthens its position as a credible source of information by introducing the KBO Block (Karunungan, Balita, Opinion) offering a unique mix of informative and educational shows every night.

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Every Monday at 10pm, Paolo Bediones will try to dissect, refute and prove certain commonly known facts in Demolition Job. Cheryl Cosim will be scrutinizing and discussing the hard stories behind cold statistics on Numero every Tuesday, also at 10pm. Wednesdays will see Atty. Teresa Licaros tackling the plights and concerns of Overseas Filipino Workers in Dayo at 10:30pm. Every Thursday at 10pm, Lourd DeVeyra will give his own brand of history lessons and trivia in History. Paolo Bediones returns every Friday at 10:30pm on Astig to talk about the science behind sports to prove that “Sa Sports, Walang Tsamba.”

 

 

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And before TV5 viewers call it a night, NEWS5 will deliver comprehensive back-to-back must-see programs starting with Pilipinas News, anchored by Paolo Bediones, Cheri Mercado and Jove Francisco at 10:30pm on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays and at 11pm on Wednesdays and Fridays. Pilipinas News is followed by Reaksyon, which will feature NEWS5 Head Luchi Cruz-Valdez and her touching interviews with different people.

 

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With the introduction of this new line-up of NEWS5’s shows for new and information, TV5 will surely create new habits for its viewing public where they can start and end their day tuning in to the Kapatid Network “Everyday All The Way.”

 

TV5′s ‘Under Special Investigation’ Gets Japan Prize 2012 Nod!

The Japan Prize, the International Educational Program Contest of NHK (Japan Broadcasting Corporation), recently announced that NEWS5’s public affairs program USI (Under Special Investigation) was one of the selected entries vying for the coveted “The President of NHK Prize” trophy when the contest holds its awarding ceremony this October.

The documentary hosted by Paolo Bediones will compete against entries from China, Denmark, Germany, India, Japan, Kenya, Spain and the United States in the welfare education category. Out of 54 entries, USI’s “Floating School” episode made the cut at the said contest. According to the competition’s official site, the prestigious tilt aims to improve “the quality of educational programs around the world and contribute to the development and fostering of international understanding and cooperation.” The said USI episode, which featured a group of Manobo children who cross the Agusan marsh everyday to attend school, aired last June 10 as the show’s Season 10 opener.

USI is the 2010 KBP Golden Dove Awardee for Best Documentary Program and 2011 Catholic Mass Media Awardee for Best Special Coverage.

Since its launch last March 2010, NEWS5 has been on a winning streak in terms of viewership and recognitions. Earlier this year, NEWS5 helped propel TV5 towards being recognized as the Television Station of the Year by the Rotary Club of Manila’s RCM Journalism Awards. Apart from its impressive local wins, the country’s most aggressive news organization has also earned two nods at the prestigious New York Festivals TV and Film Awards last April–with Wanted – Child Special being a finalist at the Community Service Programs category and NEWS5 Debates – Hamon sa Pagbabago (A Challenge For Change) which was highly commended as part of the Politics category.

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