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GMA Balita
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GMA Balita's second titlecard (1988)
Genre News program, Live action
Created by GMA Network
Developed by GMA News and Public Affairs
Presented by Various anchors
Country of origin Philippines
Language(s) Filipino
No. of episodes 3,077
Production
Running time 15-30-minutes
Broadcast
Original channel GMA Network
Original run Template:Start dateTemplate:End date
Chronology
Preceded by News at Seven
Followed by Saksi-Sa-Umaga
Saksi-Sa-Tanghali
Saksi-GMA-Headline-Balita Saksi-Liga-Ng-Katotohanan

GMA Balita is the first-ever Tagalog newscast of GMA Network and was first aired as an evening newscast on May 19, 1986. It replaced News at Seven as the network's flagship news program, and was originally anchored by Mike Lacanilao, Rene Jose and Helen Vela (who transferred from the sequestered BBC-2, where they anchored City 2 Balita together with Lee Andres). GMA Balita-Primetime ended their broadcast as the network's flagship newscast on September 29, 1995 and was replaced by Saksi-GMA-Headline-Balita.GMA Balita Late-Night ended their broadcast as the network's flagship newscast on September 29, 1995 and was replaced by Saksi-Liga-Ng-Katotohanan. On October 2, 1995, the newscast was moved to weekdays at 6:30 a.m. and it was reformatted as a morning news program. It served as pre-programming to the network's morning shows, Business Today, and later, Good Morning Asia. The newscast finally aired its final episode on April 10, 1998 and was replaced by Mornings @ GMA.


GMA Balita anchorsEdit

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