In its commitment to provide the local news and public affairs programs, sequestered TV network IBC-13 is set to broadcast more newscasts all-day beginning this Monday, July 2.
IBC News and Public Affairs, the newest news organization in the country today, is in full-swing to activate its news anchors and more strong reportorial teams to deliver the most-compelling and up-to-date stories that matter. Having pioneered the use of touchscreen graphics and live-pack video, set to broadcast all its newscasts in the IBC newscenter in Broadcast City, another first in Philippine broadcast.
“With the right technology and a team ripen by journalism trainings and on-field experience, we are committed to bring the news in the most relevant hours they are needed; all with a badge of our viewers demand from us,” says Ms. Zyrene Parsad-Valencia, Head of IBC News.
We've give you the day's news updates with IBC Headliners. Monday to Friday, 9 am-4 pm and primetime at 7-11 pm. With news anchor Czarinah Lusuegro. Czarinah Lusuegro say, ang IBC Headliners connected sa lokal at internasyunal sa breaking news ang mga news team viewers araw-araw.
Snooky Serna and Recardo Cepeda gives you the most-watched longest-running news program on Philippine television in afternoon with Express Balita. Monday to Friday, 4:30 pm. Snooky Serna says, Express Balita ang naguunang news program sa hapon alas kwatro y-medya ng hapon sa mga balitang politics, policem public service, weather, showbiz, sports, global at maraming pang balita.
Alex Santos, Cathy Eigenmann-Bordalba and Ralf Rivas got the comprehensive fresh look at the day's headlines in late-night with Ronda Trese. Monday-Friday, 11:30 pm. Santos says, ang alas onse y-medya ng gabi ang Ronda Trese mula sa mga balitang business, police report, malacanang, sports, politics, weather at maraming pang ibang balita. Eigenmann says, nagmumuhka ng mga balita at impormasyun ngayon gabi sa pamamahayag. Rivas says, ang bagong mga nagbabagang balita sa loob at labas ng bansa gabi-gabi.
IBC News and Public Affairs is determined to be one of Asia’s leading news providers by teaming up with the world’s best including CNBC and Bloomberg Television. IBC News was also the first Filipino news outfit to use an entirely digital news reporting and post-production workflow to increase the visibility of information and drive efficiency to its newsroom through the most sophisticated software tools.