GMA Regional TV reaffirms its commitment to deliver news and other relevant updates to all viewers in the regions across the Philippines via its award-winning regional newscasts — GMA Regional TV Balitang Amianan, GMA Regional TV Balitang Bisdak, GMA Regional TV One Western Visayas, and GMA Regional TV One Mindanao.
Viewers in North Central Luzon can rely on GMA Regional TV Balitang Amianan to provide news that matters to them. Leading GMA Regional TV Balitang Amianan are seasoned TV journalist CJ Torida, award-winning local news correspondent Joanne Ponsoy, and news presenter Jasmin Gabriel-Galban.
Providing reports are local news correspondents King Guevarra, Russel Simorio, Kim Bandarlipe, and Ivy Hernando as well as local news stringers across North Central Luzon.
GMA Regional TV Balitang Amianan is available via GMA TV 10 Dagupan, GMA TV 5 Ilocos Norte, GMA TV 48 Ilocos Sur, GMA TV 7 Abra, GMA TV 7 Camarines Sur, GMA TV 12 Albay, GMA TV 2 Sorsogon, and GMA TV 13 Catanduanes.
In Eastern and Central Visayas, tri-media personality Bobby Nalzaro, award-winning local news correspondent Alan Domingo, and news presenter Cecille Quibod-Castro are all on deck to bring viewers the latest news via GMA Regional TV Balitang Bisdak. Joining them are local news correspondents Lou Ann Mae Rondina, Nikko Sereno, and Fe Marie Dumaboc as well as local news stringers from different parts of Central and Eastern Visayas. Viewers can watch GMA Regional TV Balitang Bisdak via GMA TV 7 Cebu , GMA TV 10 Tacloban, GMA TV 11 Bohol, and GMA TV 12 Ormoc.
Meanwhile, pioneering unified Hiligaynon newscast GMA Regional TV One Western Visayas delivers the freshest news and information in Western Visayas. The newscast is anchored by Atty. Sedfrey Cabaluna with Bacolod co-anchor and correspondent Adrian Prietos, and Iloilo co-anchor Kaitlene Rivilla. Together with them are the newscasts’ award-winning correspondents Zen Quilantang, Darylle Marie Sarmiento, and John Sala along with the network of stringers across Western Visayas. GMA Regional TV One Western Visayas is available via GMA TV 6 Iloilo, GMA TV 6 Guimaras, GMA TV 13 Bacolod, GMA TV 30 Kanlandog, GMA TV 10 Sipalay, GMA TV 5 Roxas, GMA TV 2 Kalibo, and GMA TV 7 Tablas.
Providing news and information to Kapusong Mindanaoans is unified local newscast GMA Regional TV One Mindanao. The program is anchored by broadcast journalist Tek Ocampo, co-anchors Sarah Hilomen-Velasco, and Real Sorroche with local news correspondents Sheillah Vergara-Rubio, Rgil Relator, Jandi Esteban, and Cyril Chavez together with the various local news stringers across North, Central and Southern Mindanao. Kapuso in Mindanao can watch the newscast via GMA TV 5 Davao, GMA TV 35 Cagayan de Oro, GMA TV 8 General Santos City ,GMA TV 12 Jolo, Sulu, GMA TV 9 Zamboanga City, GMA TV 12 Cotabato City, GMA TV 2 Tandag City, GMA TV 10 Surigao City, GMA TV 26 Butuan City, GMA TV 4 Dipolog City, GMA TV 3 Pagadian City, GMA TV 5 Ozamiz City, GMA TV 11 Iligan City, and GMA TV 12 Bukidnon.
Meanwhile, GMA Regional TV Weekend News temporarily air on GMA-7 every Saturday at 10:30 p.m..
“In the face of a public health crisis, the Filipino spirit prevails—backed by faith, discipline, resilience, optimism and genuine public service,” says GMA Regional TV Vice President and Head Oliver Armoroso. “We are at a time in our country’s history that local news matters. Our local communities can help change the course of the COVID-19 by staying updated and informed.”
Netizens, on the other hand, can still be updated via GMA Regional TV’s official website, www.gmaregionaltv.com, through its Facebook account (www.facebook.com/GMARegionalTV), and on Twitter and Instagram via @GMARegionalTV.
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