TV Patrol

TV Patrol (also known as TVP) is Filipino TV news broadcast by ABS-CBN. The show is broadcast on both digital and cable channels, DZMM TeleRadyo. You can listen to the radio at the same time through DZMM Radyo Patrol 630 and its provincial AM radio stations as well as some MOR FM radio stations nationwide. It can also be used worldwide through ABS-CBN’s international channel TFC. The show is the network’s flagship national news broadcast and the longest-running Philippine language evening news broadcast since its debut on March 2, 1987.

TV Patrol World is ABS-CBN’s flagship national network news broadcast in the Philippines. It can be heard at the same time in DZMM and its corresponding DZMM TeleRadyo TV. It pioneered the Philippine News Broadcast, a fast-paced way of delivering news reports, accompanied by gorgeous graphic animations and music. This is the most popular news program across the Philippines. Since its establishment in 1987, TV Patrol (TV Patrol) celebrates its 20th anniversary (as TV Patrol), the longest-running prime-time news broadcast in the Philippines.

For 20 years, “TV Patrol” has been an authoritative source of information. One of the show’s historical landmarks occurred during martial law when they broke the silence of the media and conveyed messages to people. To date, “TV Patrol World” has continued its dedication to truth and has continuously engaged citizens through citizen journalism.

Then, through the use of technology to innovate in TV Patrol World’s Citizen Patrol and ABS-CBN’s groundbreaking campaign “Boto Mo iPatrol Mo,” the campaign recently won the Philippines Golden Feather Pen Award of Excellence and the Asian Honor Award. Pacific PR Awards.

Despite these shortcomings, “TV Patrol” and other Filipino news broadcasts are still contributing to national life, not only across the entire archipelago, but across national borders, and also link Filipinos. Now major networks are being used. Overseas cable networks and the Internet provide breaking news in vivid colors, sometimes full of glory and glory, and occasionally full of beauty and blood. Sometimes, after traveling home from overseas, I find myself sitting next to a Filipino who may have been away for several years, but more than the latest news from my news in the Philippines (especially in the show business) (by “TV Patrol “Provided) Watch on the cable.

The use of Filipino in news broadcasts has made Filipino a mature language. This shows that the President published his State of the Union on live television in the Philippines, and those who cannot follow in the Philippines now have to rely on delayed English news broadcasts or newspapers or check English translations of speeches. On the government website

I want to express my concern once again that Philippine news broadcasts have a more sensational trend than English broadcasts, focusing on trivial trivia and gossip, and promoting negative culture and taunting culture.

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